Fukushima, Japan Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Power Plants Heading Out to Sea in Post-Fukushima Japan: EnergyRead the original story

    Sep 9, 2014 | The Washington Post

    One of the biggest hurdles to building new power plants in Japan is finding a place that's safe from earthquakes and tsunamis. That place may turn out to be 30 miles at sea.

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  2. Nuclear Power's InsanitiesRead the original story

    Sep 9, 2014 | Counterpunch

    ... the taxpayer) bear the cost of the risk. If there were to be an accident such as the one that happened in Fukushima, Japan, no problem, under the Price-Anderson Act, the government/taxpayers bear the cost of the vast amount of damage from any ...

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  3. Brasch WordsCHARLIE & the Scandal FactoryRead the original story

    Mar 25, 2011 | American Reporter

    ... reactor, which went online in 1972, shares the same design - with all its flaws - as the doomed reactors in Fukushima, Japan. But Vermont Yankee quietly chugged along for 30 years and few Vermonters questioned its continued operation. All that ...

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  4. Nuclear Power's Insanities-Taxpayer-GuaranteedRead the original story

    Sep 6, 2014 | Common Dreams

    ... the taxpayer) bear the cost of the risk. If there were to be an accident such as the one that happened in Fukushima, Japan, no problem, under the Price-Anderson Act, the government/taxpayers bear the cost of the vast amount of damage from any ...

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  5. Nuclear Power's Insanities - Taxpayer-GuaranteedRead the original story

    Sep 5, 2014 | Dissident Voice

    ... the taxpayer) bear the cost of the risk. If there were to be an accident such as the one that happened in Fukushima, Japan, no problem, under the Price-Anderson Act, the government/taxpayers bear the cost of the vast amount of damage from any ...

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  6. Brasch WordsCHARLIE & the Scandal FactoryRead the original story

    Mar 25, 2011 | American Reporter

    ... reactor, which went online in 1972, shares the same design - with all its flaws - as the doomed reactors in Fukushima, Japan. But Vermont Yankee quietly chugged along for 30 years and few Vermonters questioned its continued operation. All that ...

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  7. CNO Tours Navy Electromagnetic Railgun and Directed Energy Facilities, Hosts All Hands CallRead the original story

    Sep 5, 2014 | PressReleasePoint

    ... addition, Mr. Purello's coordination efforts in the aftermath of the radiological contamination event at Fukushima, Japan, led to NAVSEA (Naval Sea Systems Command)establishing the Dahlgren Radiological Control Data Center. Finally, he led NSWCDD's ...

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  8. Myanmar holds keys for RatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2014 | Bangkok Post

    ... transmission line in Cambodia spanning 125 kilometres to begin service in 2017 and solar farms in Ueda and Fukushima, Japan with a combined capacity of 30 MW in 2016. RATCH shares closed yesterday on the Stock Exchange of Thailand at 59.25 baht, ...

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  9. Driving thousands of miles to than veteransRead the original story

    Sep 4, 2014 | Lewistown Sentinel

    ... in 2012, while Crescent City had been hit by the waves from the distant earthquake and tsunami that struck Fukushima, Japan in 2011. Along his backroads route, Stoltzfus was surprised to see so many signs welcoming and encouraging him. Green ...

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  10. Between darkness and lightRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2014 | The Japan Times

    In the days just after the Great East Japan Earthquake, photographers, videographers and the mass media were, quite understandably, not that welcome inside the disaster zone. As time went on and survivors faced the task of dealing with the aftermath, contact with the outside world became increasingly important, not just in terms of emergency services, but also for communicating the reality of the situation.

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  11. Tohoku residents wary of outsider picked as reconstruction ministerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 3, 2014 | The Japan Times

    Residents in areas hit hard by the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011 have raised concerns and questions over new Cabinet members, including the reconstruction minister and the government's stance on the local recovery. Newly appointed reconstruction minister Wataru Takeshita, whose electoral district is in Shimane Prefecture, plans to visit Fukushima Prefecture on Thursday, saying he will share the feelings of the local residents.

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  12. Many concerns attached to nuclear powerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 2, 2014 | Watertown Daily Times

    Newly repatriated from 20 years overseas as a Department of Defense educator, I would like to respond to the published letter “Using nuclear power has many benefits.” The author refers to the disaster in Fukushima, Japan, as a spill and that the government here in the United States has many things to prevent it.

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  13. No Fukushima Radiation Found in Coastal AreasRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 2, 2014 | PressReleasePoint

    It was raining when Eric Norman, Berkeley Lab physicist and University of California Berkeley professor of Nuclear Engineering, heard about the nuclear-reactor meltdown in Fukushima, Japan.

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  14. The New Job Every City NeedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 2, 2014 | Time

    ... overwhelmed the levee systems and devastated New Orleans in 2005. And the list of urban crises goes on: Fukushima, Japan (2011), the floods in Fort Lyons and Boulder, Colorado (2013), tornadoes in Moore, Oklahoma, and the deadly European (2003) and ...

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  15. Brasch WordsCHARLIE & the Scandal FactoryRead the original story

    Mar 25, 2011 | American Reporter

    ... reactor, which went online in 1972, shares the same design - with all its flaws - as the doomed reactors in Fukushima, Japan. But Vermont Yankee quietly chugged along for 30 years and few Vermonters questioned its continued operation. All that ...

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  16. Brasch WordsCHARLIE & the Scandal FactoryRead the original story

    Mar 25, 2011 | American Reporter

    ... reactor, which went online in 1972, shares the same design - with all its flaws - as the doomed reactors in Fukushima, Japan. But Vermont Yankee quietly chugged along for 30 years and few Vermonters questioned its continued operation. All that ...

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  17. Can Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant Withstand a Major Earthquake? A...Read the original story

    Aug 27, 2014 | Uprisingradio.org

    ... of ongoing problems with faulty steam generators and damaged tubes. That plant remains closed. Meanwhile in Fukushima, Japan, whose earthquake and tsunami related disaster has only fueled nuclear fears in California, plant operators are becoming ...

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  18. David Muir Is Ready to Take Over ABC World NewsRead the original story

    Aug 27, 2014 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    ... A radioactivity meter in his office is a reminder of his coverage of the 2011 nuclear plant disaster in Fukushima, Japan. And after the 2011 tornadoes in Joplin, Missouri, Muir used a cracked helmet to tell a story of a child who survived. "In the ...

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  19. As Japan pushes power deregulation, Tepco moves in on rivals' turfRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 27, 2014 | Business Times

    Tokyo Electric Power Co said on Wednesday it would start supplying power to customers in areas controlled by other regional monopolies, as a shake-up in Japan's electricity industry since the Fukushima disaster gathers pace [TOKYO] Tokyo Electric Power Co said on Wednesday it would start supplying power to customers in areas controlled by other ... (more)

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  20. Tepco to Sell Power Beyond Tokyo Area Amid Power ReformsRead the original story

    Aug 26, 2014 | Bloomberg

    Tokyo Electric Power Co. is striking out beyond its traditional service area for the first time with a deal to power branches of Japan 's biggest consumer electronics chain on its rivals' turf.

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