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  • The "Fukushima 50" Reading The Pictures

    Mar 24, 2011 These are pictures of the 50 workers who have tended Fukushima since the astrophe. The Daily Mail says five have died and that the remaining know that they will die from radiation exposure in the future. They've since been joined by 150 more workers. Deputy Publisher Karen Hull writes: I do not know 


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  • Workers at Fukushima Plant Brave Radiation and Fire The New

    Mar 15, 2011 They are the faceless 50, the unnamed operators who stayed behind. They have volunteered, or been assigned, to pump seawater on dangerously exposed nuclear fuel, already thought to be partly melting and spewing radioactive material, to prevent full meltdowns that could throw thousands of tons of 


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  • Japan Earthquake Relief Fund: Japan Society

    MAKE A DONATION. Japan Society is now accepting contributions to support recovery in Kumamoto. Japan Society accepts donations to the fund from individuals, corporations and organizations. You can also contribute to the Japan Earthquake Relief Fund by sending your check to: Japan Society 333 East 47th Street


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  • Reverberations From Fukushima: 50 Japanese Poets Speak Out

    Feb 17, 2016 Edited by Leah Stenson and Asao Sarukawa Aroldi. Review by Maggie Gundersen. Special thanks to editor Leah Stenson for sending this book to Fairewinds Energy Eduion on the eve of [email protected] To quote Ms. Stenson, "The fifty poets whose work is presented here speak for the thousands, 


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  • Are the Fukushima 50 doomed to death? The Week

    Apr 1, 2011 Employees at Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant have been hailed as heroes for subjecting themselves to dangerous levels of radiation while they desperately labor to prevent a massive meltdown. Now, details of the conditions and fears of the socalled Fukushima 50 — the small group that 


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  • The heroes of Fukushima Daiichi, but don't call them that PBS

    Mar 13, 2016 But each of the Fukushima 50 who I had the honor to interview had an identical reaction to my query about the "Hword." None of them would have anything of it. The main hero in my PBS NOVA film "Nuclear Meltdown Disasters" is TEPCO engineer Takeyuki Inagaki. "We were fighting an invisible enemy 


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  • Fund PACE to Clean Up Nuclear Waste ZapNuclearWaste.com

    Sharing us with your Social Networks is the same as donating cash because, we use cash for advertising, article submission, outreach to mainstream and alternative news media, blogs and a 1001 other Do what you can from $5,000 – $500 – $50 – $5 using the link below to help pay the costs of live demonstrations.


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  • US Tops Japan Earthquake Donor List, Neighboring South Korea

    Apr 7, 2013 The Japanese Red Cross Society recently released a summary of countries and territories that sent donations (as of the end of 2012) to the organization following the Great East Japan Earthquake. Topping the list were the United States and Taiwan, number one and two respectively, with donations in 


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  • Fukushima boss Masao Yoshida breaks silence on disaster

    Aug 11, 2012 Mr Yoshida, who is in hospital suffering cancer of the esophagus, said the efforts of the workers who remained on site throughout dubbed the Fukushima 50 prevented a far more serious disaster. The accident was second only to the 1986 Chernobyl disaster in terms of radiation released and Japan is still 


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  • Why Japan's 'Fukushima 50' remain unknown BBC News BBC.com

    Jan 3, 2013 The BBC's Rupert WingfieldHayes examines why Japan's "Fukushima 50" still largely remain anonymous despite their heroic efforts.


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  • NRC: Backgrounder on NRC Response to Lessons Learned from

    On March 16, the NRC, along with other U. S. government agencies, provided technical information supporting the U.S. Embassy's advisory for American citizens to avoid the area within 50 miles of Fukushima Daiichi. The 50mile recommendation expired in October 2011. The NRC also ensured U.S. nuclear power plants 


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  • Reverberations From Fukushima: 50 Japanese Poets Speak Out

    Feb 17, 2016 Edited by Leah Stenson and Asao Sarukawa Aroldi. Review by Maggie Gundersen. Special thanks to editor Leah Stenson for sending this book to Fairewinds Energy Eduion on the eve of [email protected] To quote Ms. Stenson, "The fifty poets whose work is presented here speak for the thousands, 


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  • Former Japanese leader starts fund for US vets who helped

    Jul 7, 2016 YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan — A former Japanese prime minister is calling on his countrymen to donate to a fund for U.S. veterans who say they were sickened by radioactive fallout from the 2011 disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. "They went so far to do their utmost to help Japan," 


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  • Supporting nuclear disaster victims Need your support to help

    Fukushima PokaPoka Project. Japanese page is here. To donate, please make a wire transfer with following information or make donation by credit card. Information is here. The Fukushima Poka Poka Project ("refreshment camp" for children from Fukushima) has been providing a place where children affected by the 2011 


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  • Are You Aware of the Truth Behind the Plight of the 'Fukushima 50

    Jul 7, 2017 The term, "Fukushima 50," was coined by the media to refer to the remaining workers of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant () after a series of.


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  • A New Moon Over Tohoku

    'Tohoku no Shingetsu: A New Moon Over Tohoku' is a moving story of love, survival and Japanese tradition in the aftermath of the 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster in Northeastern Japan. Shot on loion over 2.5 years in the coastal villages of Miyage, Iwate and Fukushima.


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  • The Fukushima 50 Thousand Nuclear Martyrs 6142017 Organic

    Jun 15, 2017 The Fukushima 50 Thousand Nuclear Martyrs. When Person reach level of 50 becerels per on Kg of its body Weight, the Damage that Casium Cs137 make to the hearth start to be irreparable ! quote from Dr.Yury . Steve Grant Aphotic Echo (Prod. by Joezee), Thank You for all who take to arms.


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  • Barriers and motivators to blood donation among university students

    May 11, 2013 Author information: (1)Department of Public Health, Fukushima Medical University School of Medicine, Fukushima, Japan. BACKGROUND A short list of motivators and barriers to blood donation was developed from the openended questions asked of 50 students in Stage 1. In the Stage 2, we asked 105 


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  • Six years after Fukushima, much of Japan has lost faith in nuclear

    Mar 9, 2017 After the meltdowns at Fukushima, Japanese utilities shut down their 50 intact reactors one by one. In 2012 thenPrime Minister Yoshihiko Noda's government announced that it would try to phase out all nuclear power by 2040, after existing plants reached the end of their 40year licensed operating lives.


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  • Are the Fukushima 50 doomed to death? The Week

    Apr 1, 2011 Employees at Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant have been hailed as heroes for subjecting themselves to dangerous levels of radiation while they desperately labor to prevent a massive meltdown. Now, details of the conditions and fears of the socalled Fukushima 50 — the small group that 


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