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Radiation at Fukushima Spikes to “Unimaginable” Levels Since 2011

By Whitney Webb Operators of the Fukushima nuclear power plant have identified a gaping hole in a reactor containment vessel, which has resulted in a drastic spike in radiation levels. Nearly six years after the initial explosion caused a catastrophic meltdown at the Daiichi nuclear power plant in the Fukushima prefecture of Japan, the situation…

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Earthquake Just Struck Fukushima Again – 7.4 Magnitude Tsunami Threat – Nuclear Cooling Failure

By Heather Callaghan, Editor A 7.4 magnitude earthquake struck in Japan today triggering a tsunami warning where waves as high as 3 meters could crash the coast at any moment. There are already reports of one meter waves in some areas. Residents in and around Fukushima are fleeing the coast as panic sets in. According…

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Fukushima – The Untouchable Eco-Apocalypse No One is Talking About

By Alex Pietrowski The most important ecological crisis of the world has ever seen has been underway since March 11th, 2011, yet there is nary a mention of it in the corporate media, and no political body in the world is championing its resolution. Widespread Denial and Willful Ignorance The media, politicians and the world at…

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Americans Distracted By The Transgender Bathroom Argument While 3 Nuclear Disasters Unfold

By Brianna Acuesta The American people have been distracted to keep them from hearing about the 3 nuclear disasters occurring on the East Coast. The debate over which bathroom transgender people can use has been taking over the Internet and our social conversations for weeks now, and it’s getting a bit ridiculous. Transgender people have…

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‘Million Cancer Deaths From Fukushima Expected in Japan,’ New Report Reveals

By Sayer Ji, GreenMed Info A shocking new report defies the chronically underestimated impacts of the Fukushima’s triple meltdown on the risk of cancer in exposed populations, which does not just include Japan, but arguably the entire world.  A new report from Fairewinds Energy Education (FEE), “Cancer on the Rise in Post-Fukushima Japan,” reveals that the ongoing…

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Can We Trust Government Agencies to Tell the Truth?

By Catherine J. Frompovich What an overbearing question to ask! But increasingly, it’s becoming necessary to question the media and, in particular, federal agencies. Whatever public relations spin both offer usually are prefaced with such hollow intentions as helping citizens or saving us money. When will we wake up? Recently, some documentation came to the…

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Are Salmon Dying from Hot Water in Northwestern Rivers, Or Could It Be Something Else?

By Catherine J. Frompovich “Thirteen species of salmon and steelhead are listed as endangered or threatened in the Columbia River basin.” [6] That wonderfully healthful fish known for its precious fatty acids, salmon, is endangered by the very waters in which thousands return to spawn and produce future salmon fingerlings. Here’s an article that talks…

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Fukushima Solutions World Conference, March 22-23

by Neenah Payne The Fukushima Solutions World Conference will take place on March 22-23 at the University of Texas at Austin. The goal is to come up with a solution to counter the unprecedented Fukushima disaster. The first day will feature experts in nuclear issues discussing remediation solutions for the Fukushima disaster. The focus on…

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