INTERVIEW: Beverly Findlay-Kaneko of Families for Safe Energy reports on the deeply human side of Fukushima following her recent trip back home. Learn how nuclear refugees cope with radiation and catch up with the heartbreaking story of former Fukushima resident Setsuko Kida, previously interviewed on Nuclear Hotseat #127.
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NUMNUTZ OF THE WEEK: Alaska salmon showing signs of Fukushima radiation but US government buys cans of it for food pantries <!>.
- Nuclear pork in Congressional budget, courtesy some Tennessee good old boys and their pet Senator;
- Military meltdowns suspend 34 nuke site officers for cheating, drugs, drunkenness and gambling;
- NRC goes to Alert for fire at Harris nuke in North Carolina,
- Gamma ray haze hovers over Fukushima;
- Fukushima worker health symptoms read like a textbook on dangers of nuclear radiation exposure;
- and RadCast Radiation “Weather Report” with Mimi German.
- US/Japan Creative Arts Program: http://www.jusfc.gov/creative-artists-programs/
- Kumar Sundaram “selfie with the poster” campaign to stop Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe-baby from selling nuclear reactors to India: https://www.facebook.com/events/262774790547186/