Monthly Archives: March 2012

Reported Instability at Fukushima-Daiichi Reactor 2

Noteworthy…  TEPCO has been able to measure radiation for the first time INSIDE the (breached) containment vessel of Reactor 2 at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. The findings are here (in Japanese): The findings are extremely highly deadly … Continue reading

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Waving the Winning Obama Flag, while Executive Order “NATIONAL DEFENSE RESOURCES PREPAREDNESS” is signed…

[This post was abreviated after posting] – April 1st seems like the only fitting day I could post this on, but… I’m not going to wait.   First, and I’ll return to this after my Election bet: Obama signed an … Continue reading

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Accelerated Sea Level Rise as Global Warming Accelerates! (j/k)

Couldn’t help to notice an odd couple lines in this article in the NY Times yesterday (10 paragraphs down): Here’s what I found worded strangely [emphasised]:  “The ocean has been rising slowly and relentlessly since the late 19th century, one … Continue reading

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Radioactivists: Official Trailer : RADIOACTIVISTS is a documentary film project under the German film-makers Julia Leser and Clarissa Seidel. The two have been shooting in Tokyo from end-April to mid-May 2011, and accompanied the rallies and demonstrations within that time, talking to all … Continue reading

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Yay! Country-Specific Stats on WordPress, at last!

March 9, 2012 – Gorgeous post-full-moon sunny day in Boulder, Colorado. The handful of regulars may have noticed, I’ve reshuffled my blog’s tabs and sub-tabs this week, I’m adding a store for my art, a link to my (in the … Continue reading

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One year ago – Part 1: The 2011 Tōhoku Earthquake & Tsunami: devastation & human tragedy

March 2012 – This weekend marks the one year anniversary of the gigantic 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.  In the past year I have given very little attention to this event, except for its nuclear consequences.  This first of two recap … Continue reading

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One year later – Part 2: The Ongoing Fukushima Daiichi NPP Disaster.

March 2012. (For Part 1 (Earthquake & Tsunami), SEE HERE) (For additional sources on this topic, also see my page NUCLEAR NEWS LINKS, a sub-tab under the RADIOACTIVITY tab in the black top banner).  For the latest news, I recommend  Fukushima-Daiichi NPP, likely the world’s worst nuclear … Continue reading

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