Tag Archives: Fukushima

The World Tapestry: Reflections on Japan, Hiroshima and Fukushima

                                                                            Dedicated to you, Judy, wherever you are… I woke up on Saturday morning with the intention of

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Fukushima – Again? No, Still!

UPDATE, JULY 22: 2015: At the bottom of this article Four years ago today, Al Jazeera carried a news story you and many others might not have seen. Why, I really don’t know, but here’s the headline and the link: Fukushima: It’s much worse than you think Scientific experts believe Japan’s nuclear disaster to be far

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On the Wings of Death – Nepal and India, Part II

It’s not rocket science: People living in earthquake zones for any length of time know one quake gives birth to more although the new tremors are normally called aftershocks. But you don’t call those tremors “aftershocks” when massive shaking begins again two-and-a-half weeks later. A recent regional study pinpointed 38 Indian Cities in High-Risk Seismic

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