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Anthropology News: Disasters Digitized

Anthropology News: Disasters Digitized. « Although much has been said about the triple disaster—earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdowns—in Japan in March 2011 (hereafter, 3.11), the upsurge of digital records and efforts to archive them in and outside of Japan after these events have been less discussed. 82 mots de plus

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Fukushima peaches anybody?

How they lie to us. Wrap it in flash packaging & gag the people. No worries…. peaches, or any food from Fukushima, not on my shopping list thanks. 14 mots de plus

News

Video message for August 2017

Hello!

In this video for August 2017, I talk about the upcoming eclipse, North Korea, the continued contamination from Fukushima, and how I believe we are at a ‘transitional stage’ where people have the opportunity to grow and make progress with their own karma. 89 mots de plus

Commentary

WWII-era Bomb Found at Fukushima Nuclear Plant

10 August 2017 |Andrew V. Pestano | UPI

Aug. 10 (UPI) — The Tokyo Electric Power Company, or TEPCO, on Thursday said a worker found what appears to be an undetonated U.S. 259 mots de plus

News

'Unexploded WWII bomb' found at Japan Fukushima nuclear plant

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

TOKYO: A suspected World War II bomb was found Thursday (Aug 10) on the premises of Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, an official said, with police called in to investigate. 235 mots de plus

Current Affairs

Pieces of Fukushima reactor cores still floating around

Latest Headlines from ENENews

Pieces of Fukushima reactor cores still floating around, new study reveals — Hot particles with over 1 Quadrillion becquerels per kilogram detected — Radioactive materials contain Uranium, Polonium, Americium (VIDEO)
Posted: 08 Aug 2017 04:23 AM PDT

Fukushima

Radioactive Hot Particles in Japan: Full Radiation Risks not Recorded

Radioactively-Hot Particles in Japan; New Study Shows Full Radiation Risks are not Recorded

The article details the analysis of radioactively hot particles collected in Japan following the Fukushima Dai-ichi meltdowns. 347 mots de plus

Radiation