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This Is How Nuclear Winter Would Affect Every Single One of Us Across The Planet via Science Alert

MIKE MCRAE With the Cold War over and our future on fire, few of us devote much thought to nuclear winter in today’s world. Rutgers University climatologist Alan Robuck is an exception. He still thinks about it. Quite a lot, in … Continue reading

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【funding needed】A Fukushima born artist journeys into Japan’s nuclear winter revealing the warmth and strength of survivors coping with the fallout via Kickstarter

The film: When the meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant began to unfold Fukushima native Shimpei Takeda had been living in New York for 10 years working as a visual artist. As he began to understand what was … Continue reading

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From “Black Rain” to “Fukushima”: The Urgency of Internal Exposure Studies via Japan Focus

Masuda Yoshinobu Translated by Sakai Yasuyuki and Steve Leeper Internal exposure has become a major public concern as a result of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear disaster. Hiroshima’s “black rain” was the first event that revealed the significance of internal exposure. … Continue reading

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Entangled histories: Climate science and nuclear weapons research from The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

Climate science and nuclear weapons testing have a long and surprisingly intimate relationship. The global networks that monitored the Fukushima radiation plume and forecasted its movement are the direct descendants of systems and computer models developed to trace fallout from … Continue reading

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