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Renewable Another Home! Uranium Yet Hydro New Fukushima

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Published on Sep 20, 2012

http://NukeNe.ws Protest Documentary: Japan's Nuclear Confrontation | Japanese source warns clothing retains radioactive contamination — Closets, wardrobes register highest levels | Angry Crowd Shout "GO HOME! GO HOME!" to PM Noda and Leadership Candidates in Shinjuku, Tokyo | Update On Situation At Fukushima Daiichi | Second Belgian Reactor Has Cracked Containment | Cabinet fails to OK new nuclear strategy, removes 2030 deadline for nuclear phase-out | Worldwide uranium companies react to yet another drastic fall in uranium price | India tests yet another long range nuclear-capable missile | The psychology of people accepting misinformation | Canberra's drive for 100% renewable energy by 2020 | Christine Lins states the need for stability in Australian renewable energy policy. | Advance in renewable energy storage patented at Murdoch University | Renewable energy deals: Pacific Hydro, ARENA, Hydro Tasmania.Suntech Power | #CANRallyDC SCHEDULE - Coalition Against Nukes Rally for a Nuclear Free Future, September 2012 | 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" | Mutated sunflower in Kagawa prefecture | Pneumonia is unusually increasing around in hotspot, "80% of the patients are under 14″ | US Department of Energy DOE and its conflict of interest about radiation | JP gov banned shipping landlocked salmon from another river in Tochigi | Cesium from 93% of fishery products 20km offshore Fukushima, highest reading was 1,350 Bq Kg from http://NukeNe.ws/Contributors Audio: http://soundaudiomusic.com

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