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On scholarship: Hilo’s Fukushima made scouts take notice – Hawaii Tribune Herald


Hawaii Tribune Herald

On scholarship: Hilo's Fukushima made scouts take notice
Hawaii Tribune Herald
Fukushima is proof of another school of thought: scouts will find talent anywhere. On the way to securing his football future at Whitworth University – a Division III school in Spokane, Washington – one of Fukushima's big breaks came during his junior

Posted on 3 May 2016 | 10:50 am

Project Fukushima – TheStranger.com


TheStranger.com

Project Fukushima
TheStranger.com
He's in Seattle to host a free screening of the film documentary Project Fukushima, which follows a group of Japanese artists and musicians (including Yoshihide) putting on an arts festival in the city of Fukushima a few months after the earthquake and

Posted on 2 May 2016 | 11:02 pm

How Can Japan Settle The Issue Of Fukushima Daiichi Tritium? Drink It. – Forbes


Forbes

How Can Japan Settle The Issue Of Fukushima Daiichi Tritium? Drink It.
Forbes
Here's the problem in a nutshell—or rather a thimbleful—facing the Japanese government and Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), the operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. There are over 1,100 large steel tanks brimming with

Posted on 2 May 2016 | 2:45 am

Music of hope from Fukushima – Japan Today


Music of hope from Fukushima
Japan Today
Even if they had not played a single note, the Fukushima Youth Sinfonietta's mere arrival in the United States would have been a tremendous success. To be invited to play Boston's majestic Symphony Hall is no small feat. It is an accomplishment few …

Posted on 29 April 2016 | 9:47 pm

Fukushima No. 1 plant’s ice wall won’t be watertight, says chief architect – The Japan Times


The Japan Times

Fukushima No. 1 plant's ice wall won't be watertight, says chief architect
The Japan Times
Coping with the vast amounts of groundwater flowing into the broken Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant — which then becomes irradiated and seeps back out — has become such a problem that the country is building a ¥35 billion “ice wall” into the ground …
AP Interview: Fukushima plant's new ice wall not watertightBusiness Insider
Chief architect for Fukushima ice wall — It is not water-tightDigital Journal

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Posted on 29 April 2016 | 10:54 am

Hanford, Not Fukushima, is the Big Radiological Threat to the West Coast – CounterPunch


CounterPunch

Hanford, Not Fukushima, is the Big Radiological Threat to the West Coast
CounterPunch
It is not Fukushima, it is Hanford. While radiation from the Fukushima nuclear meltdowns is reaching the West Coast, carried across the ocean from Japan, the radiation from Hanford is already there, has been there for 70 years, and is in serious risk

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Posted on 29 April 2016 | 9:11 am

Fukushima ice wall won’t stop all radioactive groundwater from seeping out – chief architect – RT


RT

Fukushima ice wall won't stop all radioactive groundwater from seeping out – chief architect
RT
Despite its current efforts, TEPCO – the operator of the Fukushima plant – has been fiercely criticized by those who say the groundwater issue should have been forecasted and dealt with sooner. Shigeaki Tsunoyama, an honorary professor and former …

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Posted on 28 April 2016 | 11:51 am

30 years since Chernobyl and 5 years since Fukushima – What have we learnt? – Cancer Research UK (blog)


Cancer Research UK (blog)

30 years since Chernobyl and 5 years since Fukushima – What have we learnt?
Cancer Research UK (blog)
Almost 25 years later, on 11th of March 2011, the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant was hit by a tsunami, triggered by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake off the east coast of Japan. The flooding shut down its emergency cooling systems, triggering the most …
The Medical Implications of the 2011 Fukushima Nuclear DisasterCenter for Research on Globalization
Blind mice and bird brains: the silent spring of Chernobyl and FukushimaThe Ecologist
Forget Fukushima—Chernobyl still holds record as worst nuclear accident for public healthPhys.Org
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists –The Conversation US –Xinhua
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Posted on 26 April 2016 | 6:53 am

Is it safe to dump Fukushima waste into the sea? – The Guardian


The Guardian

Is it safe to dump Fukushima waste into the sea?
The Guardian
More than 1,000 tanks brimming with irradiated water stand inland from the Fukushima nuclear plant. Each day 300 tonnes of water are pumped through Fukushima's ruined reactors to keep them cool. As the water washes through the plant it collects a slew
Japan prepares for release of radioactive tritium from Fukushima into the oceanTelegraph.co.uk
Radioactive Boars Rampage Around FukushimaSmithsonian
Thousands of radioactive boars are tearing through Fukushima, and no one knows how to stop themScienceAlert
CounterPunch –Daily Mail –Washington Post
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Posted on 13 April 2016 | 1:43 pm

Radioactive wild boar contaminated by the Fukushima disaster are breeding unhindered in the exclusion zone – Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Radioactive wild boar contaminated by the Fukushima disaster are breeding unhindered in the exclusion zone
Daily Mail
Radioactive wild boars are running rampage across northern Japan after being contaminated in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster. The animals are causing hundreds of thousands of pounds in damage to local farms, having been allowed to …
Radioactive wild boars rampaging around Fukushima nuclear siteThe Independent
Fukushima: Radioactive boars on rampage in nuclear disaster siteInternational Business Times UK
Rampaging RADIOACTIVE wild boars causing havoc near Fukushima nuclear plant and 'breeding like rabbits'Mirror.co.uk
RT –Daily Star –Phys.Org
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Posted on 5 April 2016 | 3:53 pm