Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution News
17 May 2011
They found the phone signals confused the bees who begin to fly erratically before dying suddenly Lead researcher Daniel Favre from Lausanne, Switzerland, ...
TOKYO - May 16 - Greenpeace today criticised TEPCO and the Japanese government for continuing to underplay the seriousness of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear crisis, after TEPCO yesterday admitted (1) that a partial meltdown of the reactor 1 core at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant occurred a mere five hours after the tragic March 11 earthquake and tsunami, followed by a full meltdown within 16 hours.
The environmental organisation says that TEPCO's admission that with temperatures reaching 2,800°C, melted fuel dropped and accumulated at the bottom of the reactor pressure vessel, which was the breached, causing radiation to leak from the core and to spread via cooling water to the ground and ocean - clearly shows that there are significant risks to the marine ecosystem along the Fukushima coast (2).