Nuclear Waste “Slow Motion Nuclear War”. Talk by Prof Robert Jacobs in Keswick – Part 1 —

Part 1 of the thought provoking Talk by Prof Robert Jacobs of the Hiroshima Peace Institute. “Slow Motion Nuclear War” makes it clear that nuclear power was born in violence. Nuclear power’s violence to the planet is a globally distributed ‘gift’ of anthropomorphic radioactive fallout that will keep on giving despite the ‘competence’ of […]

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Another anniversary: sure but the Fukushima nuclear disaster is still ongoing everyday of the year — Fukushima 311 Watchdogs

March 11, 2019 Every year since year 2011, at this time of the year for the anniversary of Fukushima I feel angry, tired and depressed First for the unwillingness to learn and to change. How many nuclear disasters have already happened and how many more will happen for people to learn and bring vital changes. […]

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The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster and the Tokyo Olympics — Fukushima 311 Watchdogs

“The Tokyo Olympics will take place in a state of nuclear emergency. Those countries and the people who participate will, on the one hand, themselves risk exposure, and, on the other, become accomplices to the crimes of this nation.”

Professor Koide Hiroaki, August 23, 2018

 

By Professor Koide Hiroaki The original Japanese text is available here. What was the Fukushima Nuclear Accident? On March 11, 20011, the Tokyo Electric Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant was assaulted by a severe earthquake and tsunami, leading to a total power outage. Experts had been agreed that total outage would be the likeliest […]

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