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Inside the Ice Man, Dark Matter Mystery, and Fukushima Cleanup

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Published on Mar 7, 2012

Hank throws three bite-sized stories at ya: the sequencing of 5300-year-old ice man Oetzi's genome; a confusing mass of dark matter; and how the cleanup of the Fukushima disaster is going one year later.

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References for this episode can be found in the Google document here: http://dft.ba/-23ac

Credits:
Produced by Hank Green
Chief Editor: Blake de Pastino
Cinematography: Nick Jenkins
Video Editor: Matt Ferguson
Graphics: Amber Bushnell
Written by Dave Loos
SciShow theme composed by Tom Milsom

oetzi, genome, ice man, lyme disease, sardinia, corsica, jeff bridges, dark matter, abell 520, train wreck cluster, hubble, astrophysicist, fukushima, earthquake, tsunami, japan, nuclear, power, radioactive waste, radiation sickness

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