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Now or never
- “We lost Japan,” said Rie Inomata, who works as an interpreter .
- “I feel guilty and sorry for the children. They did not choose nuclear power plants, they did not choose to be born; but it is them that have to suffer in the future.”
- “By not protesting against nuclear power I allowed this accident to happen. If we go in the same direction, I don’t see any future.”
- “If we [are to] make a difference, we must decide now, it is now or never.”
Potential future of Fukushima children written in Chernobyl
Fukushima fallout as big as Chernobyl
Nuclear reactors to restart despite lag in crisis plan
Big nuclear accidents 200 times more often than previous estimates
Some governments have too cosy a relationship with the nuclear industry
WHO cannot be trusted
Death Camp Fukushima Chernobyl
Special report to be included in Science in Society #55 (available August 2012).Pre-order now or Subscribe. All proceeds from SiS 55 will be donated to children of Fukushima and Chernobyl
- The devastating health consequences of the Chernobyl radioactivity fallout suppressed by governments and pro-nuclear regulatory authorities
- The real extent of the Fukushima fallout and health hazards faced by victims, both downplayed by the Japanese government and the regulatory authorities
- New findings on the amplified health impacts of low dose ionizing radiation
- Simple radioprotection measures.
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- Ho MW. Chernobyl deaths top a million. Science in Society 55 (to appear) 2012.
- Ho MW. Apple pectin for radioprotection. Science in Society 55 (to appear) 2012.
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- Ho MW. Fukushima nuclear crisis. Science in Society 50m 4-9, 2011.
- Ho MW. Truth about Fukushima. Science in Society 55 (to appear) 2012.
- Ho MW. Fukushima fallout rivals Chernobyl. Science in Society 55 (to appear) 2012.
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- “Germany swaps nuclear for solar and wind power”, Oliver Lazenby, Truthout, 22 June 2012, http://truth-out.org/news/item/9932-germany-swaps-nuclear-for-solar-and-wind-power
- Saunders PT. UK’s nuclear illusion. Science in Society 55 (to appear) 2012.
- Greaves S . The true costs of French nuclear power. Science in Society 53, 8-11, 2012.
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