127 more 'secret' interviews on Fukushima crisis disclosed
Although a separate report by the national investigation committee reveals data on the likely spread of radioactive substances was e-mailed to the prefectural government from March 12, Sato admitted that the information was not shared with a sufficient number of people.
He blamed that on the confusion that prevailed at the time.
As the situation deteriorated day by day, Fukushima residents were ordered by the central government to flee farther away from the power plant. Some residents apparently were advised by local municipalities to flee in the direction in which contaminated materials were predicted to spread.
Japan Doesn't Know What to Do With Waste From Fukushima Nuclear Accident
Communities across Japan have shown resistance to government efforts to build permanent waste storage facilities in their communities for radioactive waste created by the 2011 Fukushima nuclear plant accident, the Japan Times has reported.
Tokyo Electric Power : Ex-TEPCO execs unlikely to be indicted over Fukushima meltdown
Japanese prosecutors are expected again not to indict senior executives of the utility operating the Fukushima nuclear power plant with negligence over the facility's devastation in the 2011 quake and tsunami disaster.
The three former officials of Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) are Tsunehisa Katsumata, 74, company chairman at the time of the disaster, and two former vice-presidents – Sakae Muto, 64, and Ichiro Takekuro, 68.
The Tokyo District Prosecutors Office has been investigating the case after a citizen's panel ruled in July that the three former senior officers should be indicted over their handling of the aftermath of the quake and deaths and injuries caused by it.
The final decision of the office is expected early next year, but according to Kyodo news agency and the newspaper Yomiuri the three former executives would not face charges.
Last year prosecutors declined to charge more than 30 government and TEPCO officials with negligence in responding to the disaster. . . (more)
Russian Corporation to Create Water Decontamination Station for Fukushima-1
Experts from the Russian national nuclear corporation Rosatom will create a demo water decontamination station, based on one of the RosRAO platforms, to be used at the Japanese Fukushima nuclear plant.
Not All Alleged Is Apparent blog - DATA of ‘Fallout Signatures’ on Radiation Monitors Suggest Fukushima Still Going Re-Critical Underground At Times. Airborne Fallout Continues To Come Down Across the Northern Hemisphere.
USS Ronald Reagan victims - GE Argues Sailors' $1B Fukushima Suit Doesn't Belong In US
GE said the plaintiffs are asking the court to “do something extraordinary and unprecedented” — award damages under domestic law for alleged exposure to radiation emitted by a foreign nuclear power plant that was owned and operated by a foreign company and certified and regulated by a foreign government.
Regulators Thursday green-lighted the restart of two nuclear reactors in central Japan, bringing the total number of atomic units receiving their approval to four under updated regulations.Fukushima Nuclear plant
The Nuclear Regulation Authority decided to allow Kansai Electric Power Co to resume its operations at two reactors at Takahama Nuclear Power Station in Fukui prefecture, 400 kilometres west of Tokyo. . . .
Counterpunch - Infant Deaths in Alaska: a Fukushima Effect?
by JANETTE D. SHERMAN, MD and JOSEPH MANGANO, MPH
A recent article from the Anchorage Alaska Dispatch News on 02-14-15, “Rash of sleep-related infant deaths troubles health officials” bears consideration.
Many of the infant deaths are attributed to babies sleeping with parents, alcohol abuse, poor parenting, etc. Notably, the article stated: “Almost of the families who suffered a recent baby death were low income.” But, has infant care and poverty varied that much in the past decade?
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starlight: Perfect and then some! Dana is burning through the cash on some top notch state of the art tech and for those who can afford to, every pound is cherished and used in this endeavour. Presentation is vital and he’s come so far!
Dec 25, 2018 7:54:25 GMT -5
starlight: Posting the links in the chat now you have made the thread is perhaps a mistake, I say this in all good faith and only because eventually the chat will be erased by new chat posts which, though slow, require space of their own. Best wishes for 2019!
Dec 29, 2018 10:08:48 GMT -5
millie: Hi, Starlight. No problem. I posted here because the thread is not visible to the outside world, just members apparently. I post in enough other places it's not a big deal. Thanks for the correction, and Happy New Year!
Dec 29, 2018 12:15:26 GMT -5
starlight: Are you experiencing difficulties building a thread? For certain things such as expanding pictures one has to log in but building a thread is still possible I’m sure. Don’t give up just yet!
Dec 29, 2018 22:29:33 GMT -5
starlight: Linking to YouTube here will result in slower page redraws over time on a thread as pages grow, so that’s frustrating! Linking to multiple vids in a single
Dec 29, 2018 22:42:46 GMT -5
starlight: post will result in slow page redraw, cumbersome. So don’t try to post Dana’s entire output retrospectively but stuff you have a comment on .... might be a good balance? It’s tricky! I have just one thread and go there to post my contribution over time.
Dec 29, 2018 22:49:01 GMT -5
starlight: I chose pictures over YouTube links as a way to contribute and make it personal but that’s just me! Then one has to log in to expand my offering...ho hum! We have trolls who make this our reality I’m afraid!
Dec 29, 2018 23:01:44 GMT -5
Dec 30, 2018 20:45:38 GMT -5
starlight: bust link? Got there by typing ‘ Fukushima nuclear infomercial’
Dec 30, 2018 21:02:44 GMT -5
millie: add "https://" in front. Can't figure out how to fix it
Dec 30, 2018 22:20:30 GMT -5
millie: ignore this
Dec 30, 2018 22:23:24 GMT -5
starlight: Great find Millie!
Dec 30, 2018 22:47:11 GMT -5