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Sunday, August 7, 2011

Radiation Alerts

If nuclear disaster struck, how fast could Triangle scoot? (News Observer)
Booming with subdivisions and office parks, the region surrounding the Shearon Harris nuclear plant has doubled in population over the past decade, making the Triangle one of the fastest-growing nuclear evacuation zones in the nation.
UN chief heads to Japan as nuclear crisis simmers (Raw Story)
UN chief Ban Ki-moon arrives in Japan on Sunday, where he plans to visit the Fukushima nuclear disaster zone, as the crippled atomic power plant simmers and a food safety scare deepens.

Man conducts experiments to split atoms in his kitchen (The Straits Times)
Richard Handl's blog post on his attempt to set up a nuclear reactor at home and test if he can split atoms in his kitchen.
Leakage causes operators to shut down Nine Mile 2 nuclear plant (The Post-Standard)
The Nine Mile Point 2 nuclear station was shut down this morning after higher than normal leakage was detected in its drywell, the plant's operator said.
66th anniversary of Hiroshima atomic bombing commemorated in Japan (People's Daily Online)
People carry flowers to the alter at the Peace Memorial Park during the service to commemorate the 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima at Hiroshima on August 6, 2011.

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