9,640 Fukushima plant workers reach radiation level for leukemia compensation: The # is expected to further increase because TEPCO is planning measures that could expose them to high radiation levels. 1 immediate project the Fukushima plant is dealing w/ is the radioactive water accumulating @ the site that is leaking into the ocean. Workers can't work @ nuclear plants if they have been exposed to more than 50 millisieverts/year or more than 100 millisieverts over five years.
On March 11, 2011, an earthquake followed by a tsunami caused a nuclear disaster at Fukushima. Most people are simply not prepared to deal with radioactive fallout. Here's what you need: Potassium iodate (or potassium iodide) - protects your thyroid Modified citrus pectin and alginate - helps body eliminate toxins Bentonite clay (or similar) - draws toxins out of the body
Nevada nuclear waste challenge: DOE officials thought they had a deal
So, are we paying dirty industry and friends to shuffle radioactive waste from here to there? Why? Who gains from this process, other than those making money on the project? ~ Beverly Radioactive trash from Oak Ridge and NASA to be dumped in Nevada: More Nuclear Shipments to Nevada http://news.yahoo.com/energy-department-plans-more-nuclear-shipments-nevada-160203634.html
Yes America, Fukushima IS a BIG Deal - As more and more information is leaked from the Fukushima Disaster site, the long-term global consequences are impossible to ignore...The radiation discharged in the air and sea from these disasters is the toxic impostor of the element iodine, a critical trace mineral that your body needs but cannot make.