On Tuesday an Asian News agency reported that high levels of radioactive rain water have been funneled into the ocean. The private electrical company TEPCO, has apparently known about this additional radiation source, but took no steps to correct it until now.
Tokyo Electric said it has been aware since last spring that radiation levels in water running in one of the plant gutters rise when it rains but had confirmed the source of the contamination only on Tuesday. Channel News Asia
The cleanup of the radioactive site has been plagued with rumours of Yakuza involvement. Earlier this month an executive with one of the clean-up companies was fined for hiring and abusing a 15 year old boy to do radioactive cleanup. In the US, a class action suit is being heard on behalf of Navy personnel exposed to radiation. TEPCO is being sued for a coverup of the seriousness of the radiation leaks.
Fukushima sickens US sailors
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The humble requirements of the yeast will also bring into line the cost for the finished product making it competitive with the palm oil industry.
This useful little organism is widely used in the winemaking industry and is being investigated for its antimicrobial properties.
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Al Jazeera and The Guardian UK are working together on what they call the Spy Cables. They promise more embarrassing disclosures in the days to come.
As an aside, the Academy of Motion Pictures awarded an Oscar to the documentary Citizen Four, based on Edward Snowdon’s whistleblowing.
The Guardian UK
Greater Fangak Community appeal to all resistance fighters to remain firm and united for common cause, not to be discourage by Lul ,s desertion that will not affect the movement because he did not fight for the rights of freedom that he give up soon South Sudan News Agency
South Sudan began its existence peacefully when a referendum received support to separate from Sudan. After decades of fighting it was hoped that the south would be able to govern peacefully and fairly. It is all too obvious that that hasn’t happened.
South Sudan News Agency
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