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Texas Drought Declared Natural Disaster


Drought and wildfires have lead to the decision by the US Department of Agriculture to declare the entire state of Texas a natural disaster. KCBD in Lubbock reports that in all, 213 counties in Texas have lost at least 30 percent of their crops or pasture. The disaster declaration will allow farmers and ranchers to [...]

Trace Amounts of Radioactive Materials Found in Fukushima Kids’ Urine


TOKYO (Kyodo) — Trace amounts of radioactive substances were found in urine samples of all of 10 surveyed children from Fukushima Prefecture in May, where a crippled nuclear power plant is located, a local citizens group and a French nongovernmental organization said Thursday. David Boilley, president of the Acro radioactivity measuring body, said at a [...]

Hot Spring Water Pouring out of Quake-Hit Residential Area of Fukushima

Hot Spring water gushing

IWAKI, Fukushima — Hot spring water is pouring out of a quake-hit residential area here apparently as a result of shifts in the Earth’s crust triggered by the March 11 earthquake. Fifty-year-old Chie Azuma, who owns an apartment complex in the Uchigotakasaka district of Iwaki, noticed the sound of water flowing nearby after an aftershock [...]

Fukushima Residents’ Urine Now Radioactive


More than 3 millisieverts of radiation has been measured in the urine of 15 Fukushima residents of the village of Iitate and the town of Kawamata, confirming internal radiation exposure, it was learned Sunday. Both are about 30 to 40 km from the Fukushima No. 1 power plant, which has been releasing radioactive material into [...]

Strict Low-Calorie Diet “Defeats Diabetes”


The most common form of diabetes can be reversed by nothing more than a severe low-calorie diet, a study has found Type 2 diabetes which affects millions of people worldwide, is caused by high levels of glucose in the blood and is linked to overeating and obesity. Researchers say the “remarkable” discovery proves that a [...]

Food Crisis, It’s Here!

“Home Farming Movement” There’s a term that if you haven’t heard it yet, you will become very familiar with in the near future, that term is “home farming movement”. The powers that be are now pushing for a home farming movement because we are now at a point at which America can no longer feed [...]

Cashless Society Getting Closer,Pay With a Credit Card by Taking a Picture of it

“Pay with a credit card by taking a picture of it”  is at the heart of’s mobile commerce platform. It isn’t immediately clear whether most consumers, eventually, will consider this a valuable way of paying, compared to a card swipe. But it seems likely that the amount of time or convenience of paying will [...]

Models Show That Radioactive Dust From Fukushima Plant Covered 80% of N. America

Radioactive materials spewed out from the crippled Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant reached North America soon after the meltdown and were carried all the way to Europe, according to a simulation by university researchers. The computer simulation by researchers at Kyushu University and the University of Tokyo, among other institutions, calculated dispersal of radioactive [...]

30 Nuclear Power Plant Subcontractors Come Up Missing

The whereabouts of about 30 subcontractors who helped deal with the crisis at the crippled Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant is unknown, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare said on June 20. The workers are among some 3,700 who worked to control the disaster in March, the month the plant was struck by [...]

Fukushima Nuclear Fuel Leaking Into Groundwater, Tepco Says Barrier Too Expensive, Will Hurt Stock Price

Japan is reporting that Fukushima nuclear fuel has burned through the containment vessel and is sitting on the concrete foundation of the plant leaking into the groundwater. TEPCO says an underground barrier needed to stop the molten lava from spreading in groundwater will cost too much money and will hurt their stock price. Hiroaki Koide, [...]

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