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Singapore lifts ban on food imported from Fukushima

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Singapore will lift a ban on food imports from Fukushima Prefecture imposed amid the nuclear meltdowns crisis, Premier Lee Hsien Loong said Saturday at a meeting with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

In response, Abe expressed his gratitude and said, “It gives Fukushima great courage,” government officials said.


Japan, Singapore affirm TPP cooperation


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Wow.
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Susan Stranahan Oh Her Book "Fukushima: The Story Of A Nuclear Disaster"




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Susan Stranahan talked about the book Fukushima: The Story of a Nuclear Disaster,…

In the book, the authors also explore the probability of such an accident happening elsewhere, and examine new safety precautions that could be employed to prevent future plant failures
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This is a good interview/report!

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This is a good interview/report!

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5 stars and this should be pinned.bump
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and thanks to all for updates hf

milkys' recent compilation-

"Fukushima SECRETS by Medical Community re: Radiation Sickness" (may 29th)

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and thanks to all for updates hf

milkys' recent compilation-

"Fukushima SECRETS by Medical Community re: Radiation Sickness" (may 29th)


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When will people wake up!
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nuclear-news web site has been hit with a "non-trusted" site warning....

so i offered archlight and christine publication rights on three of my servers... (they were using word press) :(

they haven't played this game (whoever they are), since 2011-2012....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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nuclear-news web site has been hit with a "non-trusted" site warning....

so i offered archlight and christine publication rights on three of my servers... (they were using word press) :(

they haven't played this game (whoever they are), since 2011-2012....
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I am so sorry, Citizen Perth. It is not easy speaking the truth to those who do not want to hear it.
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GLP mods has been deleting threads……
Cannot trust GLP for spreading the truth…. too many shills and dis/mis/information
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GLP mods has been deleting threads……
Cannot trust GLP for spreading the truth…. too many shills and dis/mis/information
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I was surprised to see the radiation alert threads pinned today.
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But I disagree on the GLP removal of threads... I've not come across it since 2011.... the only time i've had posts/ threads removed, if i've been over 50% for copyright...
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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THIS IS INSANE!
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Source found from video above!

MIT awarded more than $2 million in NEUP grants, fellowships
Includes $1.65 million in Department of Energy Nuclear Energy University Programs grants and $450,000 in graduate student fellowships.

Nuclear science and engineering
May 21, 2012
[SNIP]
Two of 47 newly funded Department of Energy (DOE) research projects are led by professors in the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE) at MIT. Under its Nuclear Energy University Programs (NEUP) umbrella, the DOE has awarded $36.2 million in support of projects in four fields: fuel cycle research and development; reactor concepts research, development and demonstration; nuclear energy advanced modeling and simulation; and transformative research. Both the MIT projects fall into the fuel cycle research & development category.
“Optimization of Deep Borehole Systems for HLW Disposal,” led by Professor emeritus Michael Driscoll and Assistant Professor Emilio Baglietto, received an $850,000 grant; and “Scholarship for Nuclear Communications and Methods for Evaluation of Nuclear Project Acceptability,” led by Professor Michael Golay, received $800,000.

[link to newsoffice.mit.edu]

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Previous study here….
[link to web.mit.edu]
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A new look at prolonged radiation exposure
MIT study suggests that at low dose-rate, radiation poses little risk to DNA.


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Anne Trafton, MIT News Office
May 15, 2012

A new study from MIT scientists suggests that the guidelines governments use to determine when to evacuate people following a nuclear accident may be too conservative.

The study, led by Bevin Engelward and Jacquelyn Yanch and published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives, found that when mice were exposed to radiation doses about 400 times greater than background levels for five weeks, no DNA damage could be detected.

Current U.S. regulations require that residents of any area that reaches radiation levels eight times higher than background should be evacuated. However, the financial and emotional cost of such relocation may not be worthwhile, the researchers say.

“There are no data that say that’s a dangerous level,” says Yanch, a senior lecturer in MIT’s Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering. “This paper shows that you could go 400 times higher than average background levels and you’re still not detecting genetic damage. It could potentially have a big impact on tens if not hundreds of thousands of people in the vicinity of a nuclear powerplant accident or a nuclear bomb detonation, if we figure out just when we should evacuate and when it’s OK to stay where we are.”

Until now, very few studies have measured the effects of low doses of radiation delivered over a long period of time. This study is the first to measure the genetic damage seen at a level as low as 400 times background (0.0002 centigray per minute, or 105 cGy in a year).
“Almost all radiation studies are done with one quick hit of radiation. That would cause a totally different biological outcome compared to long-term conditions,” says Engelward, an associate professor of biological engineering at MIT.

How much is too much?

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Source found from video above!

MIT awarded more than $2 million in NEUP grants, fellowships
Includes $1.65 million in Department of Energy Nuclear Energy University Programs grants and $450,000 in graduate student fellowships.

Nuclear science and engineering
May 21, 2012
[SNIP]
Two of 47 newly funded Department of Energy (DOE) research projects are led by professors in the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE) at MIT. Under its Nuclear Energy University Programs (NEUP) umbrella, the DOE has awarded $36.2 million in support of projects in four fields: fuel cycle research and development; reactor concepts research, development and demonstration; nuclear energy advanced modeling and simulation; and transformative research. Both the MIT projects fall into the fuel cycle research & development category.
“Optimization of Deep Borehole Systems for HLW Disposal,” led by Professor emeritus Michael Driscoll and Assistant Professor Emilio Baglietto, received an $850,000 grant; and “Scholarship for Nuclear Communications and Methods for Evaluation of Nuclear Project Acceptability,” led by Professor Michael Golay, received $800,000.

[link to newsoffice.mit.edu]
 Quoting: Chugiakian



MIT WROTE THE ABOVE STUDY SAYING LIVING IN A NUCLEAR EXCLUSION ZONE IS SAFE…AND WERE SUBSEQUENTLY AWARDED THESE GRANTS

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Source found from video above!

MIT awarded more than $2 million in NEUP grants, fellowships
Includes $1.65 million in Department of Energy Nuclear Energy University Programs grants and $450,000 in graduate student fellowships.

Nuclear science and engineering
May 21, 2012
[SNIP]
Two of 47 newly funded Department of Energy (DOE) research projects are led by professors in the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE) at MIT. Under its Nuclear Energy University Programs (NEUP) umbrella, the DOE has awarded $36.2 million in support of projects in four fields: fuel cycle research and development; reactor concepts research, development and demonstration; nuclear energy advanced modeling and simulation; and transformative research. Both the MIT projects fall into the fuel cycle research & development category.
“Optimization of Deep Borehole Systems for HLW Disposal,” led by Professor emeritus Michael Driscoll and Assistant Professor Emilio Baglietto, received an $850,000 grant; and “Scholarship for Nuclear Communications and Methods for Evaluation of Nuclear Project Acceptability,” led by Professor Michael Golay, received $800,000.

[link to newsoffice.mit.edu]
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MIT WROTE THE ABOVE STUDY SAYING LIVING IN A NUCLEAR EXCLUSION ZONE IS SAFE…AND WERE SUBSEQUENTLY AWARDED THESE GRANTS

siren2siren2siren2
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These scientists and their children will be the ones who ultimately pay for this horrible deceit up on humanity.

I do not understand this. They and their children will pay a price.

Do they care? Does money and prestige trump life and the health of the people who live...not even to say our precious planet?
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Source found from video above!

MIT awarded more than $2 million in NEUP grants, fellowships
Includes $1.65 million in Department of Energy Nuclear Energy University Programs grants and $450,000 in graduate student fellowships.

Nuclear science and engineering
May 21, 2012
[SNIP]
Two of 47 newly funded Department of Energy (DOE) research projects are led by professors in the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE) at MIT. Under its Nuclear Energy University Programs (NEUP) umbrella, the DOE has awarded $36.2 million in support of projects in four fields: fuel cycle research and development; reactor concepts research, development and demonstration; nuclear energy advanced modeling and simulation; and transformative research. Both the MIT projects fall into the fuel cycle research & development category.
“Optimization of Deep Borehole Systems for HLW Disposal,” led by Professor emeritus Michael Driscoll and Assistant Professor Emilio Baglietto, received an $850,000 grant; and “Scholarship for Nuclear Communications and Methods for Evaluation of Nuclear Project Acceptability,” led by Professor Michael Golay, received $800,000.

[link to newsoffice.mit.edu]
 Quoting: Chugiakian



MIT WROTE THE ABOVE STUDY SAYING LIVING IN A NUCLEAR EXCLUSION ZONE IS SAFE…AND WERE SUBSEQUENTLY AWARDED THESE GRANTS

siren2siren2siren2
 Quoting: Chugiakian


These scientists and their children will be the ones who ultimately pay for this horrible deceit up on humanity.

I do not understand this. They and their children will pay a price.

Do they care? Does money and prestige trump life and the health of the people who live...not even to say our precious planet?
 Quoting: Mountain Woman


It's all about money, Greed, and Power!
They know their article is bogus! They do not care, as long as they get their grants!

Follow the money!
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FROM WEBSITE:

June 2, 2014 at 6:16 pm Log in to Reply
Australia,
Queensland,
Sunshine Coast,

May 2014 Southern Hemisphere Background Radiation Report

Summary:

May 2014 was l8r_tard the pre-Fukushima average. May 2013 was 7% above, and May 2012 was 7% above the pre-Fukushima ~0.10 uSv/hr month average.

In the colder months I see a drop in background here, as most of the prevailing winds are from the Southern Ocean. May 2014 saw a 6% increase above May 2012 and 2013 month average background radiation levels. If you look at the May 2014 day average chart you will see more day to day dynamic swings in the day averages background radiation levels compared to 2012 and 2013.

Technical details:

Monitoring Station Location

[link to sccc.org.au]

This short animation of Northern, and Southern Hemisphere air circulation, shows why we can get detections so far south.

[link to www.youtube.com]

May 2014 was l8r_tard the 4 year pre-Fukushima May average.

[link to sccc.org.au]

2014 month average chart.

[link to sccc.org.au]

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This is a radiation monitoring forum.

You will have to scroll down to see the latest posts.
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Fukushima Nuclear Chief after 3/11: It will be like ‘China Syndrome’ film, fuel to melt away — “We’re imagining collapse of eastern Japan… going to be more than Chernobyl” — “Could be Plutonium… all substances from fuel are going to be released”
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ADD THIS THE EVER EXPANDING LIST FROM OBUMMER!
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ADD THIS THE EVER EXPANDING LIST FROM OBUMMER!
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this list…?
Thread: I Challenge Anyone! Name one thing Obummer has not LIED About!
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FROM WEBSITE:

June 2, 2014 at 6:16 pm Log in to Reply
Australia,
Queensland,
Sunshine Coast,

May 2014 Southern Hemisphere Background Radiation Report

Summary:

May 2014 was l8r_tard the pre-Fukushima average. May 2013 was 7% above, and May 2012 was 7% above the pre-Fukushima ~0.10 uSv/hr month average.

In the colder months I see a drop in background here, as most of the prevailing winds are from the Southern Ocean. May 2014 saw a 6% increase above May 2012 and 2013 month average background radiation levels. If you look at the May 2014 day average chart you will see more day to day dynamic swings in the day averages background radiation levels compared to 2012 and 2013.

Technical details:

Monitoring Station Location

[link to sccc.org.au]

This short animation of Northern, and Southern Hemisphere air circulation, shows why we can get detections so far south.

[link to www.youtube.com]

May 2014 was l8r_tard the 4 year pre-Fukushima May average.

[link to sccc.org.au]

2014 month average chart.

[link to sccc.org.au]

__________________________________

This is a radiation monitoring forum.

You will have to scroll down to see the latest posts.
 Quoting: Mountain Woman


The above monitoring station is a stable one, they are the station above mine on the Gold Coast. I've been posting the raised readings since 2011.....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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