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Are Virtual Power Plants the Next Generation in Electrical Utilities?

Germany’s energy giants are lumbering behind the rapid advance of renewable energy. They might stay afloat for a while, but they don’t seem flexible enough to achieve a turnaround, says DW’s Henrik Böhme.

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Fukushima world’s radiation nightmare

This article written by Dr. Marc Sircus sums up what we know of this ongoing disaster very well. Essentially very little, other than that the Pacific ecosystem is collapsing and we should be concerned for humanity as an endangered species. 1,692 more words

Okunomatsu Tokubetsu Junmai

The Details:

  • Brewery: Okunomatsu Sake Brewery
  • Prefecture: Fukushima
  • Designation: Tokubetsu Junmai
  • Seimaibuai: 60%
  • SMV: +0
  • Acidity: 1.4
  • ABV: 15.5%
  • Rice: Tokohu
  • Price: <$30.00

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Zen Dye, Sendai, Send Die

Zen Dye, Sendai, Send Die

Throat swells, gums bleed, lymphs bulge on and off in this

post-nuclear tsunami Asian spring with its radio-rain and

sadness because years of stress already determined most people’s… 244 more words


December 20, 2014 – Where’s the News…

What happened to the Ebola outbreak in Africa?  It just fell off the planet.  No one talks about it.  You don’t even know if it is still raging anymore.  178 more words


Protests Greet Decision to Restart Japan Nuclear Plant After Fukishima Disaster

TOKYO (AP) — A governor gave final approval Friday for a nuclear power plant to restart in southern Japan, the first to resume operations under new safety rules imposed in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima Dai-ichi meltdowns caused by an earthquake and tsunami. 424 more words


Iodine Showing Up In Water Near Ports Of LA, Long Beach

SAN PEDRO (CBSLA.com) — A project that is scanning the waters off Southern California for any sign of nuclear material from the March 2011 Fukushima disaster in Japan has turned up higher than expected amounts of a radioactive isotope of iodine instead. 247 more words