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Fukushima Waste Scientists Disposal Off Policy Problems Sinkhole Want Study

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Published on Aug 23, 2012

http://NukeNe.ws Scientists fear increased genetic defects in Fukushima | #Antinuclear Japan: Nearly 90% Favor "Zero Nuke" Policy | Record cesium found in fish off Fukushima | Plutonium traces detected at 10 locations in Fukushima | Scientists to call for review of nuclear disposal | Fukushima nuclear plant worker dies of heart attack | Despite all the numbers, energy policy questions fall short | Chemist: Residents near sinkhole already reporting respiratory problems, headaches — Concern over impact of many chemicals in air at same time | Kagoshima to be the final disposal site of nuclear waste | Mainichi: 90% of Japanese Want a "Zero Nuke" Future | SimplyInfo: The Truth at Fukushima vs. the Wall Street Journal | Study shows risk of cancer appears to last for entire lifetime after exposure to radiation | Asahi: Gov't calculations "were way off" — Anti-nuclear sentiment has grown so large it could force change in energy policy | Total body irradiation treatment on children increases risks of endocrine, metabolic, and testicular problems | The sea is the key to uranium bounty | More options open for US workforce | Swedish resource world's second largest | Officials: Sinkhole measurements unavailable — Police want study of "simultaneous venting of the aquifer as the exploratory rig is being drilled" | Kevin Kamps Linda Gunter: The Disaster of Radioactive Waste | In-Focus Japan: DPJ may propose reactor restart - Science Council for Japan says burying nuclear waste is the wrong http://NukeNe.ws/Contributors Audio: http://soundaudiomusic.com

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