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Nuclear Safety in a Post-Fukushima World: Is the US Falling Be...

A gate to exclusion zone is seen in abandoned town, located about 8km from Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant on March 9, 2014 in Fukushima, Japan. On March 11 Japan commemorates the third anniversary of the magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami ... Breaking Energy online, 1 month ago

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Japan: Court rebuffs energy firm's bid to restart nuclear plants

KANSAI Electric Power was banned from reopening two nuclear reactors in western Japan yesterday on safety grounds. Fukui District Court judge Hideaki Higuchi ordered the firm to keep its No 3 and No 4 reactors offline at Takahama plant in Fukui ...
 Morning Star Online1 month ago

Some Thoughts on Fukushima, Conspiracy Theorists and Science Communication

The earthquake, tsunami and nuclear triple disaster that struck Japan in March 2011 led to the release of massive amounts of radioactive isotopes into the environment. I began outreach and education efforts in the interest of the common good given ...
 Daily Kos2 months ago

Japan bans flying of drones in public parks and eyes no fly zones near "key facilities"

The Tokyo metropolitan government on Tuesday banned the flying of drones in the city's parks and gardens with the ordinance coming into effect following a drone carrying radioactive material being found on the roof of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ...
 Individual.com1 week ago

Options Bring Challenges to Floating Platforms

Putting wind turbines in deep water creates design challenges for engineers. In Japan, engineers tested equipment at steep angles to ensure systems would work in swaying conditions of a deep ocean. Share ASME ...
 ASME1 week ago
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