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Fukushima may end free housing for voluntary nuclear evacuees in 2017 -- The Japan Times

” FUKUSHIMA – The Fukushima Prefectural Government may stop providing free accommodations at the end of March 2017 for people who voluntarily left areas in the prefecture not subject to nuclear evacuation advisories, sources said. 269 more words

Radiation Exposure & Health Effects

Eastern Japan Struck By Earthquake

An earthquake, measuring magnitude 5.6, struck the Japanese capital Tokyo and surrounding areas of eastern Japan, but no tsunami warning was issued. 140 more words

World

5.6 Earthquake Shakes Buildings In Tokyo: No Tsunami Warning

A 5.6 magnitude earthquake has struck Tokyo and nearby areas, the Japan Meteorological Agency said, setting off alarms and halting the city’s subway system, 141 more words

Emerging Markets

Fukushima

Blue water
Blue sky
White birds
Slicing at a falling sun,
And rolling waves
Like magi from afar
Come to smack-smack
Kisses at the feet… 6 more words

Poems And Other Lyrical Jackfoolery

A thermometer of Reactor 2 indicates 89℃ / Reaching 100℃ in 4.7 days at this rate Cs-134/137 measured from 92 of 92 swallow nests in Fukushima / Highest density was 90,000 Bq/kg


On 5/22/2015, Yamashina Institute for Ornithology reported that they detected Cesium-134/137 from 92 of 92 swallow nests in Fukushima.
Overall, Cs-134/137 was measured from 150 of 182 swallow nests collected in 12 prefectures and Tokyo to include all the prefectures in Kanto, North East, North West coast and Mid Japan area except Tochigi. 117 more words

Japan

Cs-134/137 measured from 92 of 92 swallow nests in Fukushima / Highest density was 90,000 Bq/kg


On 5/22/2015, Yamashina Institute for Ornithology reported that they detected Cesium-134/137 from 92 of 92 swallow nests in Fukushima.
Overall, Cs-134/137 was measured from 150 of 182 swallow nests collected in 12 prefectures and Tokyo to include all the prefectures in Kanto, North East, North West coast and Mid Japan area except Tochigi. 117 more words

Japan

People affected by Fukushima accident launch group

More than 20,000 people affected by the 2011 nuclear accident in Fukushima have set up an association to demand an apology and full compensation from Tokyo Electric Power Company and the national government. 166 more words

Japan