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  • '''Fukushima nuclear plant''' is the world's biggest [[nuclear plant]] at the East coast of Japan. the above–ground nuclear reactors should be prohibited by the special law
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  • '''Onagawa nuclear plant''' ...Power. http://www.tohoku-epco.co.jp/pr/onagawa/hatudensyo.html The Onagawa Plant (information).</ref>
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  • #redirect[[Leningrad nuclear plant]]
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  • ...c-buy-iodine-fears-radioactive-leak-cover-huge-cloud-steam-emerges-nuclear-plant-officials-say-s-fine.html ...a radioactive leak cover-up when huge cloud of steam emerges from nuclear plant but officials say ‘It’s fine’ .
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  • ...in the emirate El Shana 2 years ago. Killed 17 civilians, destroyed power plant, the central water supply of the capital unit, civil airport runway and two - She is scary as a nuclear war, - said Lal Singh.<br>
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  • Fukushima Nuclear Accident Update Log, Staff Report. Updates of 12 - 18 May 2011 (posted May ...ima disaster]] is the catastrophe 2011 March 11 at the [[Fukushima nuclear plant]] (Japan),
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  • '''Fukushima nuclear plant''' is the world's biggest [[nuclear plant]] at the East coast of Japan. the above–ground nuclear reactors should be prohibited by the special law
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  • [[File:Chernobyl Disaster.jpg|right|350px|thumb|Cherbobyl plant after the burning-out of the reactor]] ...ar Power Plant]] in ([[Pripiat]], now Ukraine). It is considered the worst nuclear accident in the history of human civilization.
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  • Fukushima Nuclear Accident Update Log, Staff Report. Updates of 12 - 18 May 2011 (posted May ...r [[Fukushima catastrophe]] is 2011.03.11 event at the [[Fukushima nuclear plant]] (Japan),
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  • There are many links about the the explosions of nuclear reactors in Japan in 2011 March. Some of these links are used in the articl [[Fukushima nuclear plant]], <br>
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  • ...lear-disaster.html Nick McMaster. Japan Has Robots All Over —Except Nuke Plant. Mar 17, 2011 2:32. ...oing.net/2011/03/17/japan-nuclear-crisis-1.html Maggie Koerth-Baker. Japan nuclear crisis: Where are the robots? 10:22 AM Thursday, Mar 17, 2011.</ref>.
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  • ...worldwide network of radiation detectors – designed to spot clandestine nuclear bomb tests – to show that iodine-131 is being released at daily levels 73 ...e substances could nevertheless pose a significant health risk outside the plant.</i>
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  • ...d only one go them passes through the point of disaster (Fukushima nuclear plant 1). ...worldwide network of radiation detectors – designed to spot clandestine nuclear bomb tests – to show that iodine-131 is being released at daily levels 73
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  • ...d only one go them passes through the point of disaster (Fukushima nuclear plant 1). ...worldwide network of radiation detectors – designed to spot clandestine nuclear bomb tests – to show that iodine-131 is being released at daily levels 73
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  • ...at due to the [[Chernobyl disaster]]. On the other hand, at Chernobyl, the nuclear fuel used to burn out into the atmosphere, while at Fukushima it seems to r ''Russian goverment wage a nuclear war against Japan''. The cplleagues are invited to suggest an alternative h
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  • According to the publications, the problem at the Fukushima plant was caused by the tsunami that covered the emergency generators that were s ...(Bloomberg) -- Damaged reactors at the crippled Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant in Japan may take three decades to decommission and cost operator Tokyo Ele
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  • ...ute [Russia's leading research and development institution in the field of nuclear energy - Trans.], which the state has been financing in recent years to th ...is now storing 19,000 tonnes of spent fuel and 400 million cubic metres of nuclear waste.
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  • ...he term applies to the relaxation processes in the nuclear waste or in the nuclear reactors after the shutting down. http://decay-heat.tripod.com/ Nusbaumer. Decay heat in the nuclear reactors.</ref>.
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  • RADIOCHEMISTRY and NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY, 3rd Edition, 2002.</ref>]] RADIOCHEMISTRY and NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY, 3rd Edition, 2002.</ref>). Similar dependence takes place also f
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  • ...y have sense. According to the [[Mainichi Shinbun]], the [[Onagawa nuclear plant]] survived the 2011.03.11 tsunami just due to the engineer ...ctives/pulse/news/20120319p2a00m0na020000c.html Takao Yamada. Onagawa nuke plant saved from tsunami by one man's strength, determination. 2012.03.19.
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  • '''On the safe design of nuclear reactors and the nuclear chimneys.''' The design of the nuclear plants is considered.
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  • ...maoka nuclear power plant in May 2011 is mentioned. Ways of development of nuclear energetics are discussed. http://www.iaea.org/newscenter/news/tsunamiupdate01.html Fukushima Nuclear Accident Update Log. Staff Report, Updates of 12 - 18 May 2011; Last update
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  • ...ame tsunami is reported to damage the equipment of the [[Fukushima nuclear plant]], causing the [[Fukushima disaster]]. ...suggested in the articles [[Who contaminates Japan]] and [[Russia used the nuclear weapon in 2011]], but these hypothesis look as a kind of [[conspiracy theor
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  • ...lant]]s (Fukushima dai ichi) in 2011. The official map of isolines of the nuclear contamination after that disaster lated for two months, causing doubts abou
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