Category Archives: Japan

How big could a man-made earthquake get (Popular Mechanics)

View the original story Scientists have found evidence that wastewater injection induced a record-setting quake in Oklahoma two years ago. How big can a man-made earthquake get, and will we see more of them in the future? By Sarah Fecht … Continue reading

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Fukushima update: Interview with Arnie Gunderson

This is reblogged from my other site, “Down the Rabbit Hole“: Update on Fukushima Daiichi: A sobering interview Radio show “If You Love This Planet“‘s Dr. Caldicott hosts a new conversation with Arnie Gundersen, of Fairewinds Energy Education, about the … Continue reading

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Fukushima: Down the Memory Hole to Hell…

Every week a new story comes out about Fukushima, but you don’t see it, do you?  By and large, the MSM (Main Stream Media) has consciously decided to ignore this event that will (I believe) ultimately go down as the … Continue reading

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‘Severe abnormalities’ found in Fukushima butterflies

By Nick Crumpton BBC News [Note:  Please visit my sister blog, “Down the Rabbit Hole” for in-depth coverage of the Fukushima nightmare] Exposure to radioactive material released into the environment has caused mutations in butterflies found in Japan, a study suggests. … Continue reading

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