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Sunday, August 28, 2011

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Liquid Leaking From Damaged Oil Pipeline | Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (Aug. 25)
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Source: www.tepco.co.jp, via Lucas W Hixson’s twitter Related articles Submission of reports to NISA regarding results of earthquake response analysis using observed seismic data collected at Fukushima Daiichi and Daini Nuclear Power Station (enformable.com) Enformable 8-22 (news.lucaswhitefieldhixson.com) #Fukushima II (Daiini Not Daiichi) Nuke Plant Eyewitness Account on March 11 (enformable.com)

Breaking News – North Anna To Go Into Cold Shutdown – So possible containment building damage can be inspected
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Both reactors at the North Anna plant will be going into a cold shutdown this week, which changes the atmospheric conditions of the coolant system to make it safe for inspectors to walk through the containment structure and check for any quake damage. Dominion reported no “major” damage to the facility on Tuesday as diesel [...]

Fukushima radiation spread as far as Romania – Bioaccumulation of I-131 in Sheep and Goat Milk
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So just how far did the radioactive plume travel? On the 27 March Romul Mărgineanu, from the Horia Hulubei National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH) in Romania, and colleagues, began to collect samples of rainwater from Braşov and Slănic-Prahova. And on 5 April they also started to collect samples of sheep and goat’s [...]

Fukushima Worker Worry About Effects of Critical Work – "We are all guinea pigs"
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A couple who has supervised various dorms in Fukushima Prefecture for Tokyo Electric Power Co. over about two decades considered their residents like their own children. So, they are at a loss for words when some who continue to work at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant say things like they will never marry [...]

Toyota, Miyagi Pref. plan solar power project in quake-hit area
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NAGOYA (Kyodo) — Toyota Motor Corp. and quake-hit Miyagi Prefecture in northeast Japan plan to launch a joint solar energy project at an industrial park with the aim of alleviating power shortages caused by the March earthquake and tsunami disaster, sources close to the matter said Thursday. Under the plan aimed at developing a "smart [...]


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