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Chernobyl 32nd Anniversary SPECIAL – Mousseau, Yablokov, Dr. Sherman, Bulgarian Survivor Kouneva, Ryuichi Hirakawa via Nuclear Hotseat

Chernobyl souvenir Listen Here: Audio Player   Podcast: Download This week’s Nuclear Hotseat marks the 32nd Anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster with highlights from past interviews.  It bring Ukraine’s devastating 1986 nuclear accident — and its consequences — into sharp, terrifying focus. … Continue reading

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The Fukushima nuclear disaster gave everyone on the PLANET an X-ray’s worth of radiation via Daily Mail

Every person on Earth got the equivalent of an extra x-ray from the Fukushima nuclear disaster, a new study claims. Researchers have carried out the first global survey of radiation exposure caused by the meltdown of three nuclear reactors at … Continue reading

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Resuspension and atmospheric transport of radionuclides due to wildfires near the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in 2015: An impact assessment via Scientific Reports

17 May 2016 N. Evangeliou , S. Zibtsev , V. Myroniuk , M. Zhurba , T. Hamburger , A. Stohl , Y. Balkanski , R. Paugam , T. A. Mousseau , A. P. Møller  & S. I. Kireev Abstract In … Continue reading

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Fire near Fukushima nuclear site could spread radiation further via Beyond Nuclear

TAKOMA PARK, MD, May 2, 2017 –A raging wildfire in the Fukushima radiation zone not far from the March 2011 Japan nuclear power plant disaster, demonstrates that a nuclear accident has long-term and on-going effects that can worsen over time, … Continue reading

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Fukushima Five Years After: Health Researchers Turn Blind Eye to Casualties via CounterPunch

By Joseph Mangano and Janette Sherman […] Public health leaders have addressed the topic with ignorance and deception. A search of the medical literature shows only two studies in Japan that review actual changes in disease and death rates. One … Continue reading

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US academic shares work on effects of nuclear disasters via The Taipei Times

[…] University of South Carolina professor of biology Timothy Mousseau, who has conducted long-term studies on the influence of radioactive contamination on animals and plants around the sites of accidents in Chernobyl, Ukraine and Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, told a meeting … Continue reading

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Radiation Impact Studies: Chernobyl and Fukushima via Dissident Voice

[…] The short answer to the supposition that a “little dab of radiation is A-Okay” may be suggested in the title of a Washington Blog d/d March 12, 2014 in an interview of Dr. Timothy Mousseau, the world-renowned expert on … Continue reading

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Bird populations suffer dramatic decline in Fukushima post 2011 nuclear disaster via New Kerala

Many papers from University of South Carolina biologist Tim Mousseau and colleagues showed that the avian situation there was just getting worse. Many populations were found to have diminished in number as a result of the accident, with several species … Continue reading

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Forest Fires Threaten New Fallout From Chernobyl via The New York Times

On April 26, 1986, the Chernobyl nuclear plant in Ukraine released a plume of radiation that eventually blanketed an estimated 77,000 square miles of Europe and Eurasia. While the worst of the contamination occurred near the plant — an area … Continue reading

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Fukushima radiation still poisoning insects via Science

Eating food contaminated with radioactive particles may be more perilous than thought—at least for insects. Butterfly larvae fed even slightly tainted leaves collected near the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station were more likely to suffer physical abnormalities and low survival … Continue reading

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