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September 30 2019

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June 12 2019

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Soviet doctors treating Chernobyl-exposed suddenly had an unwelcome crash course in this medical problem. They found that radioactive contaminants, even at relatively low levels, infiltrated the bodies of their patients, who grew sicker each year. Gradually, health officials understood they had a public health disaster on their hands. Thousands of archival records document the catastrophe. Ukrainian doctors registered in the most contaminated regions of Kiev province an increase between 1985 and 1988 in thyroid and heart disease, endocrine and GI tract disorders, anaemia and other maladies of the blood-forming system.

In two closely watched regions of the province, infants born with congenital malformations grew from 10% to 23% between 1986 and 1988. And 46% of newborns in some fallout regions died within 28 days of life. Half of these deaths were stillborn, the other half had congenital malformations “that were not compatible with life”. 

Consultants from UN agencies dismissed the findings of scientists in Ukraine and Belarus…


August 02 2018


i12bent: August 3, 1958 – The world’s first nuclear submarine, USS Nautilus, travels beneath the Arctic ice cap, reaching the geographical North Pole… Above: The Navigator’s report of the event to The Commanding Officer

June 22 2018

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Japanese residents are fighting a government proposal to use soil contaminated with radiation from the area of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant for agriculture and road construction. On June 3, the Japanese Ministry of the Environment released the outline of its plan to use soil contaminated by the nuclear accident that occured in March 2011 after a tsunami caused the facility’s power supply and emergency generators to fail. As a result of the power failure, meltdowns occurred in three reactors, resulting in the release of radioactive material.


June 10 2018

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chernobyl liquidators cleaning radioactive dust from the roof of the chernobyl power plant..

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July 18 2017


【死せる水トリチウム】 三重水素の恐怖の正体とは? 矢ヶ崎克馬教授









July 01 2017


Fukushima Cover-up

Hang the nuke gang, those nucleocrats won't stop until they'll end up polluting this whole planet and even the nearby other planets! !@#$%&* NUTS!!!

''NASA’s technology development branch has been funding a project called Kilopower for three years, with the aim of demonstrating the system at the Nevada National Security Site near Las Vegas. Testing is due to start in September and end in January 2018.

The last time NASA tested a fission reactor was during the 1960s' Systems for Nuclear Auxiliary Power, or SNAP, program, which developed two types of nuclear power systems. The first system — radioisotope thermoelectric generators, or RTGs — taps heat released from the natural decay of a radioactive element, such as plutonium. RTGs have powered dozens of space probes over the years, including the Curiosity rover currently exploring Mars.''

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June 20 2017


South Korea vows to move away from nuclear power

“In a bid to fulfill his campaign pledge to abandon nuclear energy, South Korea's new President Moon Jae-in has said his government will ditch plans to build new nuclear reactors and instead embrace renewable sources.”
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“‘We will dump our atomic-centric power supply and open the door to the post-nuclear era,’ [South Korean President] Moon [Jae-in] said in a speech marking the decommissioning of the country's first nuclear reactor, the Kori-1.

‘I will scrap all preparations to build new reactors currently underway and will not extend the lifespan of current reactors,’ he said.

Many reactors are located dangerously close to residential areas in the densely-populated nation, Moon said, warning of ‘unimaginable consequences’ in case of a nuclear meltdown.

‘South Korea is not safe from the risk of earthquake, and a nuclear accident caused by a quake can have such a devastating impact,’ he said.

South Korea currently operates 25 nuclear reactors, which generate about a third of the country's power supply. Many of them will see their lifespans expire between 2020 and 2030, with decisions on whether to extend some of their operations set to be made during Moon's 2017-2022 term.

South Korea is one of the few countries that have also exported its nuclear reactor technology. Former President Lee Myung-bak promoted nuclear energy as part of the country's clean energy strategy and helped local companies win billions of dollars worth of deals to build nuclear reactors abroad.”

South Korea vows to move away from nuclear power (dw.com, Jun. 19 2017)

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June 13 2017

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NPP/AKW Zwentendorf, June 7th 2017,control room, display of control rods
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NPP/AKW Zwentendorf, June 7th 2017,control rods steering 
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May 14 2017


chart: rates of cases of health problems among the residents of northern Ukraine (per 100,000 population) after the Chernobyl disaster. Spike in the cases of circulatory system diseases stands out.

May 20 2015

Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA) on Wednesday gave the green light to restart one more atomic reactor. It said the reactor No.3 at Ikata nuclear power plant in western Japan meets safety guidelines. The statement comes after similar decisions on four other reactors at two different plants, AFP said. For an actual restart there must first be a public consultation and local authorities must also agree. Last month, a court granted an injunction banning operators from restarting two greenlit reactors amid concerns over lax safety standards.
Japan to restart 1 more atomic reactor (RT News, May 20 2015)
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May 14 2015

Scientists in Japan released a new study that indicates that a mega quake could hit the Kyushu region of Japan soon. What makes this even more noteworthy is that this region is where the Sendai nuclear plant is located. This is the plant the Japanese government has been pushing to be the first to restart in Japan. Slow slip earthquakes that can be monitored by sophisticated undersea equipment are considered a possible hint at larger quakes if they coincide with a low frequency earthquake.
— from SimplyInfo.org (May 13 2015)
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May 11 2015


Explosion, smoke at Indian Point nuclear plant north of NYC — RT News

A transformer exploded at the Indian Point nuclear plant, 38 miles (61 km) north of New York, causing visible fire and black smoke. The plant’s operator had to shut down one of the reactors but assured the emergency caused no threat to public safety.

Unit 3 of the nuclear plant, which is located on the east bank of the Hudson River, was automatically shut down following Saturday’s accident, the plant’s operator Entergy Corp has said. ...

April 26 2015

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April 26Chernobyl disaster: A mishandled safety test at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Pripyat, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union ‘killed at least 4056 people and damaged almost $7 billion of property’.[3] Radioactive fallout from the accident is concentrated near Belarus, Ukraine and Russia and at least 350,000 people are forcibly resettled away from these areas. After the accident, ‘traces of radioactive deposits unique to Chernobyl were found in nearly every country in the northern hemisphere’.[3]Wikipedia

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