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7.4 Aftershock Knocks Out Power at Onagawa Nuclear Power Plant … But Backup Generators Are Working, And No Radiation Has Been Detected

  A 7.4 aftershock last night at around midnight knocked out power in parts of the Miyagi, Yamagata, Aomori, Iwate, Akita and other Japanese prefectures. While a tsunami warning was

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U.S. Nuclear Plant Had Partial Meltdown Years Before Three Mile Island

The news media took  note of Monday’s anniversary of the nuclear accident at Pennsylvania’s Three Mile Island power plant, but a partial meltdown at another U.S. reactor seems to have

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Cover-Up In Canada: Radioactive Leak Into Lake Ontario

  With all the focus placed on the Japanese radiation leak as well as the toxic plume of radioactive particles (possibly containing uranium and plutonium) heading for the United States,

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U.S. Nuclear Accident Evacuation Zone Only 10 Miles vs 50 Miles in Japan

U.S. Nuclear Accident Evacuation Zone Only 10 Miles vs 50 Miles in Japan Do you live within 50 miles of a nuclear reactor? One third of Americans do. Property contaminated

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High Levels Of Radiation Reported At Perry Nuclear Power Plant In Ohio

The Intel Hub By Alex Thomas April 27th, 2011 The Nuclear Regulatory Commission, a supposed government oversight agency that is actually funded by the nuclear industry itself, has started a

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Flashback: A Nuclear Incident “Worse Than Three Mile Island,” Covered Up For Forty Five Years

  The Intel Hub April 15th, 2011 This is further proof that nuclear disasters and radiation releases have happened in America and have been covered up each and every time.

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A U.S. Nuclear Accident Could Be a Lot Worse than Japan

  I noted last week: Reuters reported yesterday: U.S. regulators privately have expressed doubts that some of the nation’s nuclear power plants are prepared for a Fukushima-scale disaster, undercutting their

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When This Happens, Most Nuclear Power Plants in the World Could Melt Down

  Whenever there is a disaster, those responsible claim it was “unforeseeable” so as to escape blame. For example: It happened with 9/11 It happened with the financial crisis It

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8 Million Lives Threatened By California San Onofre Reactor Problems

The troubled San Onofre nuclear reactors are currently closed due to serious problems which threatens the lives of over 8 million people. The San Onfre nuclear power plant in California

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Storms Knock Out 3 Nuclear Reactors in Alabama … No Leak, But a Reminder of Nuclear Vulnerability

Reuters reports: Severe storms and tornadoes moving through the U.S. Southeast dealt a severe blow to the Tennessee Valley Authority on Wednesday, causing three nuclear reactors in Alabama to shut