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Nuclear engineer suggests ENENEWS during interview — Visits several times a day (VIDEO)

Nuclear engineer suggests ENENEWS during interview: I visit site several times a day — Experiences audio difficulties within seconds (VIDEO)

SolarIMG podcast with Arnie Gundersen from Fairewinds, August 13th, 2011:

Download the broadcast here or watch clip below.

At 14:30 in

HOST: Are there any websites that you could suggest for people to visit?

ARNIE GUNDERSEN, Chief Nuclear Engineer, Fairewinds Associates: There’s two that I like and I visit several times a day [...]

. . . → Read More: Nuclear engineer suggests ENENEWS during interview — Visits several times a day (VIDEO)

Rainout of hot particles from radioactive clouds to continue for another year — Not just in Pacific Northwest, says Gundersen (AUDIO)

Officials say radiation levels are minute and present no health risk… I am working with scientists who are publishing a paper that will definitively prove that to be wrong . . . → Read More: Rainout of hot particles from radioactive clouds to continue for another year — Not just in Pacific Northwest, says Gundersen (AUDIO)

Radioactive iodine found in 50 percent of children’s thyroids — Up to 35 millisieverts (35,000 microsieverts)

Radiation effect on children’s thyroid glands, NHK, August 14, 2011:

[...] A group of researchers led by Hiroshima University professor Satoshi Tashiro tested 1,149 children in the prefecture for radiation in their thyroid glands in March following the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Radioactive iodine was detected in about half of the . . . → Read More: Radioactive iodine found in 50 percent of children’s thyroids — Up to 35 millisieverts (35,000 microsieverts)