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Fukushima Daiichi’s Achilles Heel: Unit 4′s Spent Fuel?
Wall Street Journal (blog)
By Phred Dvorak Just how dangerous is the situation at Japan’s crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant? Very, according to US Senator Ron Wyden, a senior member of the Senate’s energy committee who toured the plant earlier this month.
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US senator warns that Fukushima plant cleanup is too slow
Platts
US Senator Ron Wyden, recently returned from a tour of the wrecked Fukushima I nuclear power plant in Japan, warned on Monday that the current schedule for removing radioactive nuclear fuel from the site is risky and potentially dangerous.
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Fukushima’s Nuclear Nightmare Is Far From Over (or the Disturbingly Deadly Act
Huffington Post
Both Greenpeace and US authorities on the West Coast have measured the ocean and the presence in kelp. Some of the isotopes half lives are short enough that their presence is no longer as dangerous, but the reality is, a lot of radioactive destruction
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Sen. Wyden’s release on his trip to Japan
Statesman Journal (blog)
Following is a release from US Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., on his trip to Japan to inspect damage at the Fukushima nuclear power plant: After an onsite tour of what remains of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facilities decimated by last year’s earthquake and
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FUKUSHIMA’S UNSTABLE AND DANGEROUS SPENT FUEL POOLS. US Senator Warns
Center for Research on Globalization
by Washington’s Blog Japan, with assistance from the US government, needs to do more to move spent fuel rods out of harm’s way at the tsunami-stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, said US Senator Ron Wyden on Monday. Wyden, a senior Democratic
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Too Early To Talk Success or Failure in Iran Nuclear Talks
OilPrice.com
By Jen Alic | Mon, 16 April 2012 22:29 | 1 Here is an interesting notion: The Iran nuclear talks in Istanbul were not a “failure”, but globally crippling sanctions could be. Trigger happy Israelis and a US election campaign season that requires the
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