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Ink Mister

I never thought of myself as a tattoo guy. The closest I’ve come is a sunburn on my back that looked a little like Italy. If you squinted. 364 more words

Obama Increases Allowable Levels of Radiation in Drinking Water ‘Dramatically’

Natural Society
by Christina Sarich
December 18, 2014

A Japanese government official has reported, “I was overwhelmed by the amount of contaminated water coming from the reactors, we… 326 more words

USA

Fukushima update: Japan ok's more atomic reactors. radiation up 50,000%!

“TOKYO: Japan’s nuclear watchdog on Wednesday (Dec 17) gave the green light to restarting two more atomic reactors in Japan, days after pro-nuclear Prime Minister Shinzo Abe swept to a resounding election win.” 241 more words

News

Beautiful Sky, or Deadly Radiation?

It never ceases to amaze me. Some people notice nothing at all about the difference in the sky. Some people do, and they wonder, but not enough to dig to see why the sky is different. 736 more words

Alert

Low-dose salvage brachytherapy after first-line EBRT

The potential to use some form of second-line radiation therapy after failure of first-line radiation therapy has long been intriguing, and is highly dependent on the dose and precise volume of the target of first-line radiation therapy. 365 more words

Management

Catching Up: Godzilla

As Holly mentioned yesterday, we got plenty of movie watching in on our flights to and from Australia. I watched a great Australian science fiction film ( 1,273 more words

Movies

A Shadow of the Dead in the Concrete Wall: Hiroshima August 6th, 1945

At 8:15 AM on August 6th, 1945 the first ever atomic bomb, “Little Boy,” detonated above the city of Hiroshima, Japan. The blast ended up killing an estimated 100,000 people in the city either from direct force, indirect injuries, or radiation poisoning. 525 more words

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