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Smoke rises from Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power complex in this still image from video footage March 14, 2011. A fresh explosion at the quake-stricken nuclear power complex on Monday is unlikely to have led to a large escape of radioactivity, the government said. Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano was speaking after a hydrogen explosion at the No.3 reactor in the plant, which sent a plume of smoke into the air. REUTERS/NTV via Reuters TV (JAPAN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER ENERGY BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY) NO SALES. NO ARCHIVES. TEMPLATE OUT. JAPAN OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN JAPAN. BBC WORLD, CNBC, NBC MUST ON-SCREEN COURTESY NTV IF PICTURES TO BE SHOWN ON CABLE OR COMMUNICATION SATELLITE SERVICES IN JAPAN. MUST ON SCREEN COURTESY "NTVU+30FBNNN Japan"
Three years after the disaster at Fukushima, science correspondent Miles O’Brien returned to the Daiichi nuclear plant for an exclusive look at the site. Follow Miles on a never-before-seen tour of Daiichi’s sister site, Fukushima Daini, which narrowly avoided a meltdown during the Tohoku earthquake. As the country debates turning its reactors back on, Miles asks: will Japan have a nuclear future?
We all know Rush Limbaugh is the Godfather of the Republican Party. You listen to him, and do what he says, or you’re out. People often say that the President of the United States is the “leader of the free world.” No, sorry. If the POTUS is a Republican, Rush Limbaugh becomes the leader of […]
A bunch of biological activity happens, organism reproduce, grow, die. Some of this biomass turns into oil, natural gas, or coal. I’ve left out few details. During certain periods in the Earth’s history, this happened at a much larger scale that usual, and in certain geographic and geological settings, leading to the eventual formation of […]
Here are two more pieces of evidence that the tide is turning on climate change, with denialists losing ground and the science gaining ground. House panel agrees to prioritize climate change From The Hill:
Who is Willie Soon?” According to DeSmogBlog, Willie Wei Hock “Soon is a prominent climate change skeptic who has received much of his research funding from the oil and gas industry.” He thinks the sun causes the climate change we’ve been observing over the last few decades:
Prior to the middle of the 20th century there are few really large blizzards recorded for New England. Then they start happening, then they start to increase in frequency. At this point, expect about one every other years, but also, expect that number to increase over time because of global warming. I made a graph […]