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Japan Plant Fukushima New Olympic Dam Mine Radiation Contamination Held Tepco Uranium May Attack

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Published on Aug 22, 2012

http://NukeNe.ws State shows concern over drilling into salt dome under sinkhole — "Hazmat Unit has increased staffing to provide 24-hr operational support" — DEQ "will be monitoring air quality around the clock" More | Tepco: Fukushima plant worker collapses for 'unknown reasons', suffers cardiac arrest — Internal and external radiation dose over 25 millisieverts | Radiation Expert: "Alarming" number of children with cysts or lumps on thyroid after Fukushima — Access to Japan's birth statistics requested, not granted | Olympic Dam held back | Fishy figures at Fukushima | New governor of Japan's Yamaguchi Prefecture to freeze construction of Kaminoseki nuclear power plant by Chugoku Electric Power Co | Additional turbine contract for BHEL, Alstom | Asahi: "Way beyond the levels recorded before, it is worrying" — Official suggests more releases from Fukushima plant causing extreme contamination | Nuclear Protest Coordinators Tactical Failure, National Resistance Continues | In-Focus Japan: Recent cesium contamination in fish may indicate underwater hot spots - First terrorist attack drill held at TEPCO nuclear power plant | Scrapping of new Olympic Dam mine a sign of nuclear industry in terminal decline | BHP scraps plans for Olympic Dam gigantic new uranium mine | Plan for world's biggest uranium mine scrapped | Hackers may be able to attack US nuclear power plants | Hanford nuclear waste tank - a new radioactive leak? | Is Edison planning to keep San Onofre nuclear plant permanently closed? | Radiation in Fish Found off Fukushima is 380x "Safe" Level | Japan Times Headline: "Power use falls; Reactors unneeded" despite hot summer — Group Leader: "Proof Japan can supply enough electricity even without any nuclear power" | Mainichi: Panel Considers Total Elimination of Japan's Nuclear Power | google news http://NukeNe.ws/Contributors Audio: http://soundaudiomusic.com

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