[ RadSafe ] Fwd: [New post] Tepco Detects Radioactive Cesium In Groundwater and other contamination issues in Japan

Roger Helbig rwhelbig at gmail.com
Tue Jun 4 06:36:08 CDT 2013

Latest Nuclear-News misinformation circular complete with numerous video
links.  I particularly like the false claim about cancer spiking in North
America after Fukushima.  I wish that members would go to these YouTube
videos or even make their own and make an effort to inform the public
instead of trying to scare them half to death.

Roger Helbig

I am still looking for help to be able to send messages from the new GMAIL
format (now Google is going to force YouTube users into having Google+ for
their YouTube channel) - anyway, I would like to be able to convert this to
plain text so that it will be more intelligible to list members.  Thanks
for any help that anyone can provide.

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Date: Tue, Jun 4, 2013 at 2:40 AM
Subject: [New post] Tepco Detects Radioactive Cesium In Groundwater and
other contamination issues in Japan
  arclight2011 posted: " MissingSky101Published on Jun 3, 2013 TEPCO
detects radioactive cesium in groundwaterTEPCO officials have detected
radioactive cesium in groundwater at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
But they said levels were much lower than legal limits.Monju's "
      New post on *nuclear-news*
<http://nuclear-news.net/author/arclight2011/>  Tepco Detects Radioactive
Cesium In Groundwater and other contamination issues in
arclight2011 <http://nuclear-news.net/author/arclight2011/>



MissingSky101 <http://www.youtube.com/user/MissingSky101?feature=watch>

*Published on Jun 3, 2013 *

TEPCO detects radioactive cesium in groundwater
TEPCO officials have detected radioactive cesium in groundwater at
Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. But they said levels were much lower
than legal limits.

Monju's data transmitting system fails
A technical glitch prevented data from the Monju fast-breeder nuclear
reactor in Fukui, central Japan, from being sent to the government's
monitoring system for more than 4 hours on Monday.

Rallies held to oppose restart of nuclear plants
Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Tokyo to oppose
moves to bring the country's nuclear power stations back online.

Residents win radiation uncertainty compensation
A group of nuclear accident evacuees in Fukushima has won a compensation
settlement decision from a state-backed legal arbitration body for
radiation exposure and future health uncertainties.

Tohoku summer festivals opens in Fukushima City
Thousands of people are in Fukushima City in northeastern Japan for a 2-day
event combining 6 local summer festivals.
The event was first held 2 years ago to promote tourism in areas hard hit
by the March 2011 disaster.

Cancer rates spiking in North America, after the Fukushima disaster
Kevin Blanch 6/3/13




2013.4.6 Namie street dust 86.09μSv/h at 1cm above ground
Published on Jun 2, 2013 by birdhairjp

[Spare contaminated water] 20,000m3 of highly contaminated water still
retained in seawater trenches,"4.2 tera Bq/m3″

[Express] "Highschool students picnic in 0.93 μSv/h in Kohriyama city"
Posted by Mochizuki on May 31st, 2013 ·

[Express] "150 bags of decontamination waste in my garden of Da-te city"
Posted by Mochizuki on May 31st, 2013

The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol 11, Issue 22, No. 1, June 2, 2013.
Life and Death Choices: Radiation, children, and Japan's future

Two years after the start of Japan's nuclear disaster, parents fear for
their children's future.

published Sunday, June 2nd, 2013
TVA eyes building 2 smaller reactors on the Clinch River in Oak Ridge
The next new nuclear reactor for TVA may be built in a factory and shipped
to the Tennessee Valley in a truck or railcar.

Nuclear site scrap metal could be headed to recyclers
June 2, 2013 12:16 am
By Len Boselovic / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A U.S. Department of Energy proposal to recycle scrap metal from its
nuclear facilities has set off the radiation detectors of environmental
groups, some in the metals industry and one member of Congress.

New Mexico plant may lack space for remote-handled Hanford waste
A national repository may run out of space for the hottest radioactive
waste it was designed to store if changes are not made, according to an
audit by the Department of Energy Office of Inspector General.

Skullduggery alleged over mayors' 'secret' nuclear-waste storage meetings
By Colin Perkel, The Canadian Press June 2, 2013
TORONTO - Municipal leaders in the Ontario region that is home to one of
the world's largest nuclear power plants are facing allegations they
discussed proposed storage facilities for radioactive waste in secret
because they feared damaging their electoral fortunes.
  *arclight2011 <http://nuclear-news.net/author/arclight2011/>* | June 4,
2013 at 9:40 am | URL: http://wp.me/phgse-djj

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