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Japan - Earthquake Tsunami Radiation

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RadiationNetwork.com

Much focus lately has turned to the issue of possible contamination of water, milk, and food in the US, and how our network reporting of radiation levels relates to that. I have addressed this general issue at length in previous updates below, but b

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Kevin Bullis via TechnologyReview.com

The journal Nature is publishing several articles today looking at the long term impact of the nuclear disaster at Fukushima in Japan. They're all available to the public. One news report considers what it will take decommission the damaged plant

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economicedge.blogspot.com

You won’t be able to tell if your food or water came from a contaminated region. Thus taking in water and food will become a form of Russian Roulette. I don’t know about you, but that’s not a game I think we should be playing with our health...

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AP

Workers began pumping more than 3 million gallons of contaminated water from Japan's tsunami-ravaged nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean on Monday, freeing storage space for even more highly radioactive water that has hampered efforts to stabilize t

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LAtimes.com

Does anyone still read Schumacher's "Small Is Beautiful"? It came out nearly 40 years ago, but it might as well have been written last year for its relevance today. Its central thesis is that we have allowed economics to overtake philosophy...

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