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Japan up to it's usual TRICKS again Fukushima update 0/19/12

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Published on Sep 19, 2012

KEEP IN MIND, NODA IS TRYING TO WIN THE VOTES OF THE ANTI NUCLEAR PEOPLE BEFORE ELECTION!
Link to full article about the whistleblower an US Nuclear plants!
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09...

Impact to US West Coast from Fukushima disaster likely larger than anticipated, several reports indicate
http://www.bellona.org/articles/artic...

Govt. approves new energy policy (BUT READ THE FINE PRINT)

Members of Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda's Cabinet have conditionally approved a new energy policy to cut reliance on nuclear power.

But they stopped short of clearly committing to a nuclear-free Japan by the 2030s.

Energy-related ministers last week compiled a proposal for Japan to phase out nuclear power generation by the 2030s.

The Cabinet on Wednesday debated the 20-page document. They agreed the government should continue to consult host municipalities and the international community when phasing out nuclear power. But they did not officially endorse the original document.

Major players in Japan's business sector oppose eliminating nuclear power.

Economic factors are also prompting concern from energy officials in the United States. The US has a civilian nuclear pact with Japan.

Prime Minister Noda says the government should come up with a strategy that offers firm direction but also remains flexible.

Some observers express doubt that Japan will achieve a nuclear phase-out by the 2030s. Cabinet members have indicated they want to remain open to future contingencies.

Sep. 20, 2012 - Updated 00:12 UTC (09:12 JST)

Latest Headlines: http://enenews.com/

Sinkhole: Gas pressure coming up from well so strong, new unit brought in — Concern sharp tremors mean "cycle is repeating itself" — 6 weeks since last public meeting "ridiculous"

Rain with 20,000,000 particles of radioactive iodine-131 per liter fell on US during post-Fukushima peak (VIDEO)

Sickened Alaska seals concentrated where Fukushima radioactive plume made landfall after 3/11 (MAPS)

Officials: 200-foot stretch of land falls into sinkhole (VIDEO)

US West Coast bore "significant brunt" of hot particles from Fukushima disaster, study claims -Bellona

"Too Absurd": Fukushima Nuclear Worker Filmed at Plant for Two Months over Summer (VIDEO)

Japan Scientists: Radiation dose has been "significantly increased" around Tokyo metropolitan area after Fukushima

Kyodo: Radioactive water reached 3,200 kilometers east of Fukushima six months ago

Report: 12 million yen "to censor Twitter" being spent by city starting to burn disaster debris

Harvard-trained Physician: Radioactivity from BP oil spill concentrating in marine life? (VIDEO)

Top Genetics Expert: Japan's path closely resembles Chernobyl's — "Very, very major disturbing findings" (VIDEO)

Farmer: Spots appearing on cows near Fukushima plant — "I have never seen symptoms like this" (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Video: Japanese discuss personal health problems, strange deaths — "7 people died on this particular shopping street"

Officials: New footage shows sinkhole has grown (VIDEO)

Radioactive Fukushima pig on x-ray film (PHOTOS)

"Fukushima radioactive plume contaminated entire Northern Hemisphere during a relatively short period of time" — Map: Fukushima air mass hit California after 3/11 and went north to Ore., Wash., Canada (PHOTO)

Study: Radioactive tin-113 from Fukushima reactors detected over 200 kilometers away

WAFB: Work halted at sinkhole — "Stoppage caused by tremors in area" — "Not good news for residents" — Emergency meeting Thursday

Blueberries almost 6 times legal limit detected in large city far outside evacuation zone

NRC Engineers Charge Gov't Coverup — Reactor melt down an "absolute certainty" if dam fails — 100s of times more likely than tsunami that hit Fukushima

Part II: Fukushima girls have 3 times more thyroid NODULES over 10 millimeters than boys — Also 56% more medium-sized nodules than boys

Fukushima girls have 3 times more thyroid CYSTS over 15 millimeters than boys — Also 79% more medium-sized cysts than boys

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