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Up to the minute news updates on the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Disaster due to Japan's Tsunami and Earthquake.
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The Robot That's Helping Clean Up The Fukushima Meltdown Looks Like A ... - Businessinsider India

The Robot That's Helping Clean Up The Fukushima Meltdown Looks Like A ...
Businessinsider India
Kurion is a technology company with an eye toward handling the safe, permanent disposal of nuclear waste, so it answered the call from Fukushima, Japan, to build the "first-ever external water-cooling system for a nuclear reactor." We spoke to Marc ...

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Fukushima Meltdown – US Sailors Sue Japanese Electrical Company - OB Rag

OB Rag

Fukushima Meltdown – US Sailors Sue Japanese Electrical Company
OB Rag
Three years ago, a massive earthquake led to a triple melt-down and explosions at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. In the wake of the disaster, the US aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan was sent to Honshu Island, where the reactor is located, ...
Japan's energy footprint in a post-Fukushima landscapeBusiness Times (subscription)
Fukushima buildings flooded with radioactive waterStraight.com
Nuclear Energy Has a Future in JapanMotley Fool
Eurasia Review -Blue & Green Tomorrow -The Voice of Russia
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Fukushima meltdown not seen causing many cancers: UN scientists - GlobalPost

Fukushima meltdown not seen causing many cancers: UN scientists
GlobalPost
VIENNA (Reuters) - Japan's Fukushima nuclear disaster is unlikely to lead to a rise in the number of people developing cancer like after Chernobyl in 1986, even though the most exposed children may face an increased risk, U.N. scientists said on ...

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Japanese Government Squelching Efforts To Measure Fukushima Meltdown - Truth-Out

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Japanese Government Squelching Efforts To Measure Fukushima Meltdown
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Tokyo - In the chaotic, fearful weeks after the Fukushima nuclear crisis began, in March 2011, researchers struggled to measure the radioactive fallout unleashed on the public. Aoyama Michio's initial findings were more startling than most. As a senior ...
These Stunning Pictures Of Chernobyl Today Show Nuclear Energy's Potential ...Co.Exist
Radiation-Poisoned Forests Near Chernobyl Aren't Decomposing Normally ...International Business Times
Review: The Long Shadow Of ChernobylPlanetSave.com

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Reuters: Fukushima meltdown unlikely to lead to large number of cancers - UN ... - Kyiv Post

Reuters: Fukushima meltdown unlikely to lead to large number of cancers - UN ...
Kyiv Post
VIENNA, April 2 (Reuters) - Japan's Fukushima nuclear reactor meltdown in March 2011 is unlikely to lead to a large number of people developing thyroid and other cancers like after Chernobyl in 1986, U.N. scientists said on Wednesday. Read more here.

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'Fukushima:' a catastrophe that could happen here - The Seattle Times

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'Fukushima:' a catastrophe that could happen here
The Seattle Times
The new book “Fukushima: The Story of a Nuclear Disaster” documents the cascading catastrophes that led to three nuclear meltdowns at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan in 2011 and warns that the sequence of events could happen anywhere.
Scientists and a journalist examine the lessons of the Fukushima nuclear disasterMiamiHerald.com
Amy Goodman: Allegations of Fukushima radiation sicknessBemidji Pioneer
Fukushima cleanup efforts halted: TEPCO is served a class-action lawsuitExaminer.com
The Voice of Russia -The Japan Times -The Southern
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Japan Prepares to Turn Back on (Some of) Its Nukes - Businessweek

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Japan Prepares to Turn Back on (Some of) Its Nukes
Businessweek
Nuclear reactors produced about 30 percent of Japan's power supply before the Fukushima meltdown, according to the World Nuclear Association, and the total was on track to exceed 40 percent by 2017. Then the earthquake and tsunami hit, and Japan took ...
The Fukushima disaster: Three years on, who's fooling whom?The Japan Times
Miyakoji area near Fukushima not safe, there are high levels of radiation in ...The Voice of Russia
First Fukushima Residents Return Home After Nuclear DisasterMashable
Arirang News -Statesman Journal -GlobalPost
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MIT: Floating Nuclear Power Plants Could Prevent Another Catastrophe like ... - Nature World News

Nature World News

MIT: Floating Nuclear Power Plants Could Prevent Another Catastrophe like ...
Nature World News
By anchoring a floating nuclear power station several miles out at sea, engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology offer an idea that may prevent future nuclear catastrophes such as the 2011 meltdown at Japan's Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear ...
Avoiding another Fukushima: Nuclear power generation could be put to seaRT
Could a Floating Nuclear Power Plant Prevent Another Fukushima?The Atlantic
Floating nuclear plant to resist earthquakesWired.co.uk
TG Daily
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Three years later, Fukushima nuclear disaster continues to serve as a warning - rabble.ca

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Three years later, Fukushima nuclear disaster continues to serve as a warning
rabble.ca
The impact of the Fukushima nuclear meltdown on health and the environment is severe, compounded daily as radioactive pollution continues to pour from the site, owned by the Tokyo Electric Power Company, TEPCO. In an unusual development, more than ...
US sailors and marines sick from Fukushima sue TEPCOThe Voice of Russia
More Fukushima radiation revelations: Amy GoodmanThe Oregonian
Fukushima Radiation Decontamination Effort Suspended IndefinitelyGuardian Liberty Voice

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Worker at Japan's meltdown-hit nuclear plant dies in mudslide in first ... - Newser

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Worker at Japan's meltdown-hit nuclear plant dies in mudslide in first ...
Newser
In this photo released by Tokyo Electric Power Co., a power shovel sits at the construction site where a worker died after being buried in the pit, foreground, at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power... (Associated Press) ...
Fukushima No. 1 worker dies in hole during foundation checkThe Japan Times
Fukushima cleanup suspended after worker's deathRT
Japan Fukushima Nuclear Worker Dies in MudslideABC News

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