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ENENEWS Site Update: New Features & Tools Added

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ENENEWS Site Update: New Features & Tools Added

Submit your news reports and articles for publication via an easy-to-use form. No longer is there only the tip box for news suggestions. Look for the ‘Create New Post‘ link to to try it out. Upload Photo/Avatar that will . . . → Read More: ENENEWS Site Update: New Features & Tools Added

Report: 75% of Fukushima’s 300,000 children going to schools so contaminated they would be radiation control areas in nuclear plants (VIDEO)

Report: 75% of Fukushima’s 300,000 children going to schools so contaminated they would be radiation control areas in nuclear plants (VIDEO)

Hartmann: A Fukushima survivor reveals all, The Big Picture RT, September 20, 2011:

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Aileen Mioko SMITH, Green Action in Kyoto, Japan: There are 300,000 children living in Fukushima… About 75% of children are going to schools that are so contaminated that they would be radiation control areas in nuclear power plants, . . . → Read More: Report: 75% of Fukushima’s 300,000 children going to schools so contaminated they would be radiation control areas in nuclear plants (VIDEO)

Canadians suspicious over radiation testing of seafood — Official “puzzled” gov’t withholding where samples were taken

Fish Tests Radiation-negative, But Where’s It From?, Indian Country Today by Wawmeesh Hamilton, September 20, 2011:

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CIFA) has deemed fish tested in the wake of the Japan nuclear disaster as radiation free, but will not divulge where samples were taken from. [...] 

The agency did not answer repeated questions . . . → Read More: Canadians suspicious over radiation testing of seafood — Official “puzzled” gov’t withholding where samples were taken

Japan lawmaker: Plutonium certainly went deep within basement of Reactor No. 3 — Anyone’s guess where it’s at now

 

Breaking News: We are running out of time, Fukushima Diary by Mochizuki, September 19, 2011:

[...] “In reactor three, which suffered a meltdown, fuel rods containing plutonium perforated the bottom of the containment and embedded themselves in the basement of the building. Just where and how far the plutonium traveled, no one quite . . . → Read More: Japan lawmaker: Plutonium certainly went deep within basement of Reactor No. 3 — Anyone’s guess where it’s at now

Strong typhoon headed for leaking nuke plant — Over 1 million Japanese told to evacuate — Due at Fukushima in 48 hours

SOURCE: Japan Meteorological Agency

SOURCE: Japan Meteorological Agency

Typhoon Roke Nears Japan on Track for Leaking Nuclear Plant, Bloomberg, September 20, 2011 at 6:38 am EDT:

Typhoon Roke [is] on a course toward the crippled Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant.

More than 1 million people in Nagoya have been advised to evacuate [...] The eye of Roke [is] . . . → Read More: Strong typhoon headed for leaking nuke plant — Over 1 million Japanese told to evacuate — Due at Fukushima in 48 hours

Kyodo: Groundwater now flowing into Fukushima reactor buildings via cracks in walls — Up to 500 tons a day

Groundwater Flowing Into Fukushima Nuclear Plant, Kyodo, September 20, 2011:

Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Tuesday it suspects that 200 to 500 tons a day of groundwater might be flowing through pits and wall cracks into reactor and turbine buildings at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant crippled by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. . . . → Read More: Kyodo: Groundwater now flowing into Fukushima reactor buildings via cracks in walls — Up to 500 tons a day

Gundersen’s Latest: 60 holes in bottom of Fukushima-type reactors make core melt-through easier — Fuel only had to get through a thin pipe, not inches of steel (VIDEO)

Gundersen’s Latest: 60 holes in bottom of Fukushima-type reactors make core melt-through easier — Fuel only had to get through a thin pipe, not inches of steel (VIDEO)

Fairewinds Introduces a Japanese Language Edition and Identifies Safety Problems in all Reactors Designed Like Fukushima, Fairewinds, September 19, 2011:

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Boiling water reactors have control rods that come in from bottom… Unique problem and important difference between boiling water reactors and pressurized water reactors… Fukushima is a boiling water reactor, . . . → Read More: Gundersen’s Latest: 60 holes in bottom of Fukushima-type reactors make core melt-through easier — Fuel only had to get through a thin pipe, not inches of steel (VIDEO)