The nuclear week that was

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Japan remains the centre of concern. The news coming out of Japan is not good. As they approach elections, the major parties waver, and now support continuing nuclear power. But the public and minor parties are not convinced.  Emigration from Japan is increasing, particularly among young adults, with the news of continuing radiation from Fukushima – both on land , (in the soil at Tokyo) and in the sea, and in seafoods.  The government and Tepco deny this, but the evidence is provided by  Tokyo University, and U.S.’s Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, a respected research group, among other reputable sources.  More than 42% of 57,000 tested Fukushima children have thyroid nodules or cysts.

South Korea‘s nuclear waste storage is nearly full. They do not know what to do with it, but like all the nuclear proponents, it doesn’t occur to them to stop making the stuff.

Iran continues to enrich uranium, regardless of…

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