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Japan - Earthquake Tsunami Radiation

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Article Image News Link • Global, By Angela Davis

Nuclear regulators on Friday called on Japan’s plant operator TEPCO to address rising radiation levels near the crippled Fukushima reactors that have jumped to 7.8 millisieverts, causing a great deal of panic across the Pacific.

Article Image News Link • Global, Daisy Luther

EcoWatch is reporting that 71 U.S. Navy sailors, many only in their 20s, who responded to the Fukushima earthquake and destruction at TEPCO’s Daiichi nuclear power plant have come down with radiation poisoning and cancers after water from the wrecked

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Jonathan Turley

US service members have developed cancer and other illnesses after serving in the rescue efforts following the disaster at the Fukushima nuclear power plant. The Navy told them there was no harm from radiation so long as they avoided the plume

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In this, the third installment in our short film series, Fairewinds Energy Education's Arnie Gundersen discusses sources of radiation the Japanese government is not taking into consideration when assessing the risk to it's people and the rest of the

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Cleanup efforts at the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power facility were taken up a notch recently, as crews began hauling the spent fuel rods out of the infamous Reactor 4, which sustained terminal damage when the tsunami struck it back in 2011

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Lady Gaga debuted her Jeff Koons' designed "Artpop" album cover on a Times Square billboard, wore an actual flying dress for the record's launch party, and gave a couple of weirdly sexual live performances with R. Kelly for her single "Do What U Want