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Fukushima II - by Russel Norman
As I posted earlier, I was able to spend a day in Fukushima on Wednesday. I was able to talk with a couple of the local Mayors as well as a number of locals known to the MP I was travelling with. It was illuminating and I’d like to record a few observations. The first is at [...] read moreMarch 16, 2012 9:31 pm - 11 Comments
Japan’s nuclear catastrophe worsens - by frog
Several reports from usually reliable news sources stated that efforts to stop further meltdown and radiation release at Japan’s Fukushima power plant had been abandoned. It appears the reports were based on a mis-translation. The struggle to gain control of the power plant’s reactors continues, but the situation is still very dire. read moreMarch 16, 2011 6:08 pm - 42 Comments