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“The unbearable ambiguity of knowing: Making sense of Fukushima” on Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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* Scientists, engineers, and doctors have offered their interpretations of the crisis in Japan, but we still have no clear sense of what is happening.
* We need more — and better — information, but we also need to hear from social scientists and analysts who can help us understand what this information means.
* A disaster as unprecedented and unpredictable as this one calls for broad social engagement, not just expert explanations and effective management.

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