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WATCH: Nuclear protest goes very wrong — Violent battle of police vs. anti-nuclear groups

Uploaded: Nov 23, 2011

Description: French police have battled anti-nuclear protesters as the last train carrying German nuclear waste treated in France set off on its journey home.

19.8 microsieverts per hour in Tokyo air on Nov. 15 — Nearly 200 times normal level — Incineration of radioactive debris suspected

Google Translation: Twitter / @ necoyo: Shinagawa numbers, not by the wind I go … microstrip Toka 19, Nov 15, 2011:

Shinagawa numbers, I’m doing 19 micro Toka by wind. Some even during the seven-time of 0.04 microseconds Rubble, Shinagawa Ota burn or not supposed to be? This capture time of 19 microseconds

Google . . . → Read More: 19.8 microsieverts per hour in Tokyo air on Nov. 15 — Nearly 200 times normal level — Incineration of radioactive debris suspected

AP: Strong quake hits near Fukushima nuclear site

Magnitude-5.9 quake hits near Japan nuclear site, AP, Nov. 23, 2011 at 3:10 pm ET:

A strong earthquake struck Thursday morning near the Japan nuclear power plant hit by a powerful tsunami earlier this year. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.

The U.S. Geological Survey said the magnitude-5.9 quake struck shortly . . . → Read More: AP: Strong quake hits near Fukushima nuclear site

Report: 49 Million+ Bq/m² of cesium in Namie machi — Detected over 20km from Fukushima plant

SOURCE: Namie machi, Fukushima is 33 times worse than Chernobyl, Fukushima Diary, November 22, 2011:

“Result shows the worst contaminated area in Fukushima is 33 times worse than Chernobyl” “It proves Fukushima is something nobody has ever gone through” “In Chernobyl, area contaminated worse than 1,480,000 bq/m² was defined as the worst red zone, . . . → Read More: Report: 49 Million+ Bq/m² of cesium in Namie machi — Detected over 20km from Fukushima plant

“We Are Not Alone”: Japan’s richest man ‘unlikely ally’ of nuclear protesters — 10 mega-solar plants in works — Donating lifelong future earnings to disaster victims

Japan’s anti-nuclear protesters find the going tough, despite Fukushima disaster, Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 22, 2011:

‘We are not alone’

[Tadao Eda, who acts as a spokesperson for the nuclear protesters outside METI] is sure that his group of protesters is not alone. He estimates that more than 1,000 people formed a candle-lit human . . . → Read More: “We Are Not Alone”: Japan’s richest man ‘unlikely ally’ of nuclear protesters — 10 mega-solar plants in works — Donating lifelong future earnings to disaster victims

Radiation went UP inside Reactor No. 3 after ‘cleaning’ by robots — May have doubled or tripled

#Fukushima I Nuke Plant Reactor 3: Radiation Went UP After Packbots Cleaned the Guide Rail to CV, EX-SKF, Nov. 23, 2011:

After 2 Packbots wiped the guide rail to the Containment Vessel hatch on the 1st floor of Reactor 3, they were sent back in to measure the result of their operation in terms . . . → Read More: Radiation went UP inside Reactor No. 3 after ‘cleaning’ by robots — May have doubled or tripled

Fukushima Worker: Nothing left we can do — Zero plan/idea how to manage leaking reactors — Tepco begins reducing # of workers

Fukushima worker confesses “There is nothing left that we could do”, Fukushima Diary by Mochizuki, November 23, 2011 (Emphasis Added):

This Fukushima worker (Twitter account Happy20790) tweets useful information daily. [...]

In short, he says Tepco started reducing the number of workers because they can not do anything for the reactors anymore. [...]

He . . . → Read More: Fukushima Worker: Nothing left we can do — Zero plan/idea how to manage leaking reactors — Tepco begins reducing # of workers

Will California close all nuclear plants in 2012? Secretary of State approves ballot initiative targeting Diablo Canyon and San Onofre — Similar idea worked in ’89

Ballot Initiative to Close Nuclear Plants Gets Go-Ahead for Signature Collection, San Clemente Times by Stacie N. Galang, Nov 22, 2011:

California’s Secretary of State approved a ballot initiative November 18 that seeks the closure of San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station and the Diablo Canyon plant.

The initiative was filed by Ben Davis Jr. . . . → Read More: Will California close all nuclear plants in 2012? Secretary of State approves ballot initiative targeting Diablo Canyon and San Onofre — Similar idea worked in ’89