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Friday, August 26, 2011

Radiation Alerts

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New Photos Of North Anna Nuclear Power Plant Venting Steam And Inspections After Earthquake
Source: Washington Post The North Anna Nuclear Generating Station is a nuclear power plant on a 1,075-acre (4.35 km2) site in Louisa County, Virginia. The site is operated by Dominion Generation company and is jointly owned by the Dominion Virginia Power corporation (88.4%) and by the Old Dominion Electric Cooperative (11.6%). The plant has two Westinghouse pressurized water reactors which went on-line in 1978 and 1980 respectively. Together the [...]

Ocean Life Around Japan and China Carrying Cesium, Strontium, and Argentum
Biological samples taken from waters in the Western Pacific region east of Fukushima, Japan show excessive radiation levels, said a statement from China‘s State Oceanic Administration on Wednesday. According to the statement, the levels of strontium-90, a radioactive isotope of strontium, found in squids are 29 times higher than the average background level of samples [...]

NRC Commits North Anna Nuclear Power Plant to Further Investigation – Likely to have extra margins built into the design"
WASHINGTON—U.S. nuclear officials and Dominion Resources Inc. are working to determine whether Dominion’s North Anna nuclear-power plant in central Virginia was built to withstand the ground motion it sustained Tuesday after a magnitude-5.8 earthquake struck nearby Mineral, Va. The plant remains in what is known as “alert” status, the second lowest stage of four emergency [...]

North Anna Nuclear Power Station Restores Off-Site Power – Still No Word On Restart of Reactor
RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 23, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Dominion Virginia Power’s North Anna Power Station has restored off-site power, eliminating the need to rely on its back-up generators. The station remains in an Alert, the second lowest of the four emergency classifications of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The station’s two nuclear reactors shut down following [...]

TEPCO reported possibility of huge tsunami to gov’t on March 7th after making estimation in 2008
A spokesperson for the government’s Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency told reporters on Wednesday that the Tokyo Electric Power Company, or TEPCO, reported the prediction to the agency on March 7th. TEPCO says it made the estimation in 2008 when calculating the maximum tsunami height in the event of a very powerful earthquake near the [...]

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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Dr Helen Caldicott - Fukushima Nuclear Disaster. THE END???

Dr Helen Caldicott -VIDEO TO DIE FOR Fukushima Nuclear Disaster. THE END???

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Radiation Alerts

Nuclear Energy - News August 24, 2011

Just in /6.8 quake in Norther Peru.. Tsanumi reports. One more meltdown from this type of natural disaster, then maybe it will be the tipping point for all to see that Reactors should be taken off of our solotions for energy.

This event has been reviewed by a seismologist at NEIC For subsequent updates, maps, and technical information, see: National Earthquake Information Center U.S. Geological Survey

Japan nuclear operator warned plant not ready for tsunami Aug 24,... (CBC)
Japan's nuclear regulator said an operator at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant knew the plant could be hit by a large tsunami that it would not be able to withstand.Japan tsunami victims pray for lost relatives

Sub crash skipper 'avoids charges' (Carrick Today)
A naval commander who was in charge of a nuclear-powered submarine which ran aground will not face charges, according to messages posted on his Twitter site.

Japan tsunami victims pray for lost relatives (Guardian Unlimited)
Naoto Kan has resigned as Japan's PM following criticism of his leadership after the tsunami.

Wunderland Kalkar, An Amusement Park at an Abandoned Nuclear Plant (Laughing Squid)

Wunderland Kalkar is an amusement park built at a decommissioned nuclear power plant in Kalkar, Germany.

UPDATE 1-IAEA seeks safety checks in all atomic energy states (Reuters)
The U.N. atomic agency will carry out at least one safety inspection in each country with nuclear power plants in the coming three years under proposals aimed at preventing any repeat of Japan's nuclear crisis.

Virginia Quake Should Worry NY, Fairfield - Author (The Daily Westport)
Today's 5.9 magnitude earthquake in Virginia should shake Westchester residents free from any sense they are safe from temblors, said the author of a forthcoming book about earthquakes in New York.

Quake prompts review of nuclear plants in 6 states (Boston)
Nuclear plants from North Carolina to Michigan are under increased scrutiny after a 5.8 magnitude earthquake rocked the East Coast.

Hanford waste workers quit over drug testing (KOMO News)
Six workers at a Hanford radioactive waste disposal site decided to quit rather than submit to drug testing after a baggie of marijuana was found in building at the landfill called the Environmental Restoration Disposal Facility.

Nuclear plant shut down as planned during quake (KPTV Beaverton)
The North Anna Nuclear Power Station is located in Mineral, VA, near the epicenter of the earthquake.

Virginia quake shakes up Boston (Boston Herald)
U.S. officials say there is no threat of a tsunami along the East Coast, but aftershocks are being reported.

5.9 earthquake hits northern Virginia (Deseret News)
A 5.9 magnitude earthquake centered in Virginia forced evacuations of all the monuments on the National Mall in Washington and rattled nerves from Georgia to Martha's Vineyard, the Massachusetts island where President Barack Obama is vacationing.

2 nuclear reactors taken offline after Va. quake (The Lebanon Daily News)
Federal officials say two nuclear reactors at the North Anna Power Station in Louisa County, Va., were automatically taken off line by safety systems around the time of the earthquake.

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Monday, August 22, 2011

Video on China syndrome happening now.

Video on China syndrome happening now.

Paul Gunter, Beyond Nuclear joins Thom Hartmann. Meanwhile, Japan is not out of the danger fact the nuclear crisis is getting worse and worse! We've recently learned from Japan that the amount of radiation released was more than 20 times that from the Hiroshima bomb, and now it looks they may be experiencing the early stages of a total China Syndrome meltdown. And is the United States in danger too?

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A Japanese nuclear agency has created a detailed map showing ground radiation levels within 100 kilometers of the Fukushima Daiichi plant.

 Japanese nuclear agency has created a detailed map showing ground radiation levels within 100 kilometers of the Fukushima Daiichi plant.

The Japan Atomic Energy Agency made the map by having a survey team drive through the area in June. The team took readings of aerial radiation once every 10 seconds for several days along routes totaling 17,000 kilometers.

The map uses colors to indicate radiation levels and Google Earth technology to help users pinpoint locations.

The agency says the map is more detailed than those that show radiation levels based on data taken from high in the skies. For instance, it shows two sites that are only 100 meters away but whose radiation levels differ by a factor of 10.
Thursday, August 18, 2011

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When voters don't count and the Kansas City Missouri Nuclear reactors issue

When your majority vote no longer counts and your City Council negates your rights so they can build more deadly nuclear reactors, then what have we got here in America.

Why do we push democracy on other countries and we are not following it here. Something is wrong with this story below.

Enformable - August 22, 12:34 PM

Kansas City MO - City Council Expects Lawsuit After Attempts to Block Residents Nuclear Worries

Despite petitions getting enough signatures to call for a city-wide vote, a city council committee in Kansas City Missouri, on Wednesday approved an ordinance that would overrule a petition to stall the construction of a nuclear parts plant in south Kansas City.

The council does not want to shut the plant down, or be forced to have a public vote. The city and state governments are working to overcome the petitions by debating the citizens rights to shut down a federal facility.

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Nuclear Energy - News August 22, 2011

Nuclear Energy - News August 22, 2011

Energy-saving 'setsuden' campaign sweeps Japan after Fukushima(Guardian Unlimited)
Neon lights are switched off, trains are running slower and billboards flash energy savings as Japan looks to alternative sources of energy beyond nuclear power Workers using LED lamps instead of main lights, in an office in Tokyo.

Areas Near Japan Nuke Plant to Remain Off-Limits (Fox News)
Some residents evacuated from around Japan's stricken nuclear power plant may not to be able to return to their homes for "a long time" due to projections that high radiation levels will linger, a top government official said Monday.

Nuclear protesters celebrate 35 years of activism with Seabrook march (SeacoastOnline)
The past, present and future in the fight against the use of nuclear power converged Sunday at the site where battle lines were drawn on the Seacoast 35 years ago.

Singh bats for nuclear power shunned by Bengal (The Telegraph)
MK Narayanan, Milan Sanyal, Manmohan Singh, Mamata Banerjee and Srikumar Banerjee at the Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics in Calcutta on Sunday.

A Gallery of Small Fusion Startups (Al Fin)
General Fusion General Fusion is a small startup headquartered near Vancouver, BC.

India should file more patents, have more Nobels: PM - Talkies)
Kolkata, Aug 21: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Sunday regretted India's low filing of patents compared to several developing countries, and said the nation should aim to produce more Nobel laureates.

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