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Man is checked for radiation after arriving at vehicle decontamination centre at J-Village, soccer training complex now serving as operation base, near TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant

Fukushima Daiichi Decommissioning: Follow The Money

Originally published on Are the meltdowns at Fukushima Daiichi over? The answer is no. In Fairewinds’ latest video, Chief Engineer and nuclear expert Arnie Gundersen updates viewers on what’s going on at the Japanese nuclear meltdown site, Fukushima Daiichi. Are the meltdowns at Fukushima Daiichi over? The answer is no. In Fairewinds’ latest video, Chief Engineer and nuclear expert Arnie Gundersen updates viewers […]

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A New Artificial Skylight System Nearly Indistinguishable from the Sun Itself

by Christopher Jobson on February 10 In what may be one of the most ground-breaking developments in creating artificial sunlight, a group of Italian scientists recently announced CoeLux, a new kind of skylight that perfectly mimics the feel of daylight. The creator’s claim the system is so effective that it tricks unknowing individuals into thinking […]

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Frankrig forbyder supermarkeder at smide fødevarer ud

Franske supermarkeder skal iværksætte initiativer der mindsker madspild og sørge for, at anvendelige fødevarer ikke bliver smidt ud. Foto: Laurent Rebours/AP   Med opbakning fra samtlige medlemmer vedtog det franske parlament torsdag en ny lov, der forbyder store supermarkeder at destruere usolgte – men stadig spiselige – fødevarer. – Det er skandaløst at se blegemiddel […]

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Modern Life Is a Frightening Experiment in How Much Exposure We Can Take from Toxic Chemicals

A new documentary reveals how the $770 billion chemical industry is pumping dangerous substances into our lives. Back in 1974, the agricultural multinational Monsanto developed a class of herbicides using glyphosate as the key ingredient. By the 1990s, the company had created corn, soy and cotton seeds genetically altered to resist glyphosate herbicides, meaning farmers […]

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The Last 3 Of The World’s Rarest Rhinos Are Unable To Breed

Plan A was to make conditions as perfect as possible to breed the last remaining northern white rhinos. Ol Pejeta did everything they could to make that a possibility. Plan B was to cross-breed the northern whites with the southern whites to at least perpetuate this precious gene pool. Somehow they would still live on; […]

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Ocean Life Faces Mass Extinction, Broad Study Says

A team of scientists, in a groundbreaking analysis of data from hundreds of sources, has concluded that humans are on the verge of causing unprecedented damage to the oceans and the animals living in them. “We may be sitting on a precipice of a major extinction event,” said Douglas J. McCauley, an ecologist at the […]

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Beavers are saving California’s wild salmon

With California’s wild Coho salmon populations down to 1% of their former numbers, there’s growing evidence that beavers – long reviled as a pest of the waterways – are essential to restore the species, writes Maria Finn. In the process, they raise water tables, recharge aquifers and improve water quality. What’s not to love? Beavers […]

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Without its rainforest, the Amazon will turn to desert

Mainstream climatologists predict a 15% fall in rainfall over the Amazon if it is stripped of its rainforest. But the ‘biotic pump’ theory, rooted in conventional physics and recently confirmed by experiment, shows that the interior of a forest-free Amazon will be as dry as the Negev desert. We must save the Amazon before it […]

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