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See, SEE??? Nukes are dangerous! You wouldn't see anybody falling off a wind turbine, or getting fried by a mis-aimed solar collector mirror, or drowning in a hydroelectric supply lake.

NO NUKES!

by asdf on Sun Mar 13th, 2011 at 06:34:44 PM EST
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TEPCO: Plant Status of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (as of 9pm March 13th)
Casualty
- 2 workers of cooperative firm were injured at the occurrence of
  the earthquake, and were transported to the hospital.
- 1 TEPCO employee who was not able to stand by his own with his hand
  holding left chest was transported to the hospital by an ambulance.
- 1 subcontract worker at important earthquake-proof building was
  unconscious and transported to the hospital by an ambulance.
- The radiation exposure of 1 TEPCO employee, who was working inside
  the reactor building, exceeded 100mSv and was transported to
  the hospital.
- 2 TEPCO employees felt bad during their operation in the central
  control rooms of Unit 1 and 2 while wearing full masks, and were
  transferred to Fukushima Daini Power Station for consultation with
  a medical advisor.
- 4 workers were injured and transported to the hospital after explosive
  sound and white smoke were confirmed around the Unit 1.
- Presence of 2 TEPCO employees at the site are not confirmed


So, in what may be my last act of "advising", I'll advise you to cut the jargon. -- My old PhD advisor, to me, 26/2/11
by Migeru (migeru at eurotrib dot com) on Sun Mar 13th, 2011 at 06:46:54 PM EST
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TEPCO: Plant Status of Fukushima Daini Nuclear Power Station (as of 11pm March 12th)
A seriously injured worker who had been trapped in the crane operating
console of the exhaust stack was transported to the ground at 5:13pm and
confirmed dead at 5:17pm. We sincerely pray for the repose of his soul.
A worker was lightly injured spraining his left ankle and cutting both
knees when he fell while walking at the site. The worker has returned to
work after medical treatment and rest.
This is the latest press release for Dai-Ni mentioning any casualties.

So, in what may be my last act of "advising", I'll advise you to cut the jargon. -- My old PhD advisor, to me, 26/2/11
by Migeru (migeru at eurotrib dot com) on Sun Mar 13th, 2011 at 06:56:17 PM EST
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