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Fukushima seafood: radioactive cesium not detected (i.e., less than the detection limit value) in 95.0 percent of 8,502 specimens

Here’s a correction on last week’s Kyodo News report on Fukushima seafood contamination.

Kyodo said that 95% of the more than 8,000 fish tested had contamination levels that were “hardly detectible”. 314 mots de plus

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Fukushima seafood: radioactive cesium not detected (i.e., less than the detection limit value) in 95.0 percent of 8,502 specimens

Here’s a correction on last week’s Kyodo News report on Fukushima seafood contamination.

Kyodo said that 95% of the more than 8,000 fish tested had contamination levels that were “hardly detectible”. 312 mots de plus

Contamination

To-no-Hetsuri: Spectacular natural rock formations

Tucked away in Shimogo town, Minamiaizu, stands To-no-Hetsuri – an area of magnificent and other-worldly rock formations carved away from years of natural erosion.

If the name ‘Shimogo’ rings a bell, it is because is it the same town where Ouchi-juku – the old post town popular with visitors to Fukushima Prefecture – is located. 545 mots de plus

Fukushima

Follow Up on Thyroid Cancer! Patient Group Voices Opposition to Scaling Down the Fukushima Prefectural Health Survey¹

By Aihara Hiroko, Translation by Miyamoto Yuki, Introduction by Eiichiro Ochiai

INTRODUCTION

More than five years have elapsed since the great earthquake and the accompanying huge tsunami (on 3.11 of 2011), and its subsequent disaster at the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant of the Tokyo Electric Power Co. 3 908 mots de plus

Japan

Follow Up on Thyroid Cancer! Patient Group Voices Opposition to Scaling Down the Fukushima Prefectural Health Survey¹

By Aihara Hiroko, Translation by Miyamoto Yuki, Introduction by Eiichiro Ochiai

INTRODUCTION

More than five years have elapsed since the great earthquake and the accompanying huge tsunami (on 3.11 of 2011), and its subsequent disaster at the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant of the Tokyo Electric Power Co. 3 908 mots de plus

Fukushima 2017

The greedy few, ruining the world for everyone

Cities are incredibly vulnerable places and I am not sure that the Tories and neoliberals across the world have thought this through.

London is becoming increasingly gentrified as a matter of policy, big money is enforcing social cleansing, it’s getting rid of the poor and creating a haven for wealth, and wealth in and of itself is essentially useless, relying on others to make the stuff that sustains life and having it imported, hence the super port called ‘London Gateway’ in Thurrock, Essex. 1 543 mots de plus

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