The calamity at Fukushima keeps ratcheting up.
Following the announcement that plutonium has been found in soil close to the stricken Fukushima nuclear reactors, Naoto Kan, Japan’s prime minister announces that the country is on “maximum alert.”
The Guardian in UK reports that a former GE engineer, Richard Lahey, who helped install the GE boiling-water reactors in use at Fukushima, says he…
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By Satya Sagar
30 March, 2011
Here is an idea, which not too far into the future will rank as perhaps the finest to emerge in the entire 21 st Century. And not just because this is going to be the shortest Century the human species ever enjoyed on this planet, thanks to Fukushima .
The idea is to send all the supporters of… Continue
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Tuesday 29 March 2011
by: William Rivers Pitt, t r u t h o u t | Op-Ed
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March 29, 2011
JAN OBERG, Skype: janoberg
Secretary of State Clinton is in London today at a conference with other governments participating in the bombing of Libya, including those of Britain, France and Qatar. Based in Sweden, Oberg, who is director of the Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future…
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By Glenn Alcalay
27 March, 2011
When the dangerous dust and gases settle and we discover just how much radiation escaped the damaged Fukushima reactors and spent fuel rods, we may never know how many people are being exposed to radiation from the burning fuel rods and reactor cores, and how much… Continue
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Germany is the world leader in installed solar photovoltaic panels -- and they also just shut down seven of their oldest nuclear reactors. Coincidence? Maaaaybe ... Anyway, it's worth noting that just today, total power output of Germany's installed solar PV panels hit 12.1 GW -- greater than the total power output (10 GW) of Japan's entire 6-reactor nuclear power…
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To add to that, on February 18, 2011, Germany did the unthinkable: it voted in favor of a UN Security Council resolution calling the Israeli settlements in occupied Palestinian territory illegal and demanding the immediate halt of all settlement activity.
Then, Ms Merkel did something very strange: she ordered the shutdown of Germany’s nuclear reactors.
Curiously, the Japanese, too, openly sided - exactly one year to the day before the seismic event - March 11, 2010 - with… Continue
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CAIRO - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton last week paid a highly-publicised visit to Cairo's Tahrir Square, the epicentre of Egypt's recent popular uprising. But young leaders of the revolution declined an invitation to meet with her, citing Washington's tepid support for anti-government protesters over the course of the 18-day rebellion.…
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Click on this link for Messages updated as frequently as daily. It will answer a lot of your questions.
Welcome to RadiationNetwork.com, home of the National Radiation Map, depicting environmental radiation levels across the USA, updated… Continue
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(This is a good piece. ~Vince)
There are so many mixed messages concerning Japan and the unfolding events. We wish to give you possibilities to ponder which are not being covered. There is a complete contradiction between the mainstream media, bought scientists and what is truly unfolding. Your corporate sponsored leadership and… Continue
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LETTER FROM SENDAI
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By Stephen Lendman
17 March, 2011
Japan's deepening disaster affects everyone. Atmospheric radiation will spread globally, mostly affecting the northern hemisphere. Everyone to some extent will be affected, those in Japan and nearby the most.
An unprecedented catastrophe is unfolding. You'd hardly know it from most major media… Continue
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27 Signs That The Nuclear Crisis In Japan Is Much Worse Than Either The Mainstream Media Or The…
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March 11, 2011
AP is reporting: “Japan ordered thousands of residents near a northeastern nuclear power plant to evacuate today following a massive earthquake that caused a problem in the plant’s cooling system.”
KEVIN KAMPS Continue
Kamps is a specialist in nuclear waste at Beyond Nuclear
. Last year he was in Japan assessing the state of nuclear facilities there. He said…
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Thursday 10 March 2011
by: William Rivers Pitt, t r u t h o u t | Op-Ed
Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wisconsin) is under fire for his budget proposal that eliminates collective bargaining rights for public sector union workers. (Image: Lance Page / t…
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Washington, Mar 2 -
Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) today released the following statement after the Ohio State Senate voted 17-16 to pass S.B. 5, a proposal to end the right of workers to collectively bargain for fair benefits and working conditions.
“In order to understand how devastating this bill is to workers you have to be aware of provisions which take away the right to strike, open the door for replacement workers and set the stage for privatization of services. Wages… Continue
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Mar 01, 2011 04:56 pm | Scott McConnell
This morning, NPR’s Morning Edition did a program on Al Jazeera, focusing on Arab governmental efforts to keep… Continue
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