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Sunday, March 27, 2011

News from Japan and Libya (and internal news)

Increased radiation 10 million times


Only high radiation in the sea, now 10-million-fold increase in radioactivity in the reactor 2 of Fukushima: New bad news from the Japanese atomic ruin the fear of stirring up against a worst-case scenario.


The radioactive contamination at nuclear ruins in Fukushima continues to rise forever. In water from the reactor 2, the radioactivity was about ten million times higher than normal. Possible cause is a leaky nuclear reactor. The workers who are desperate for more than two weeks to cool the crisis reactors had to clear the field again. The contamination in the sea water rises. The discontent over the crisis management of the Japanese government is growing.


Rebels conquer Brega

The rebels continue to push westward and conquered apparently Brega. President Obama praises the achievements of the coalition. U.S. Defense Secretary Gates attacks Gaddafi.


The rebels in eastern Libya, according to the BBC have taken the oil port of Brega. Apparently, the troops of the Libyan dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi had done in the more sparsely populated region around Brega no resistance. A reporter from the station in 80 kilometers away Adschdabija spoke on Sunday of credible information from the insurgents. The rebels continued on Sunday continued their advance towards Ras Lanuf, said the BBC reporter. For now, it was unclear where the build-Gaddafi troops would be their next line of defense.

Obviously the protection of the fighter jets of the coalition allows to enforce the flight ban the march westward. Barack Obama praised the "important progress" and urged the coalition to pull the Libyan dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi on account of his brutality against its own civilian population to account. The British justice minister Kenneth Clarke warned of possible retaliation by the Libyan dictator.

I'm on vacation from Monday to Friday, so the next news will be posted on Friday. See ya then. :) 

52 comments:

  1. I still cant get my head around the war in Libya. I don't think its oil this time, Libya are responsible for under 2% of the worlds supply. and i don't believe the west is Trying to "liberate" when there are places like Somalia, and Rwanda in desperate need of help, and in bahrain the US are even backing The other side helping to destroy democracy.

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  2. Al-Gaddafi should take his loss, he isn't gonna win from all those European and American troops!

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  3. Gaddafi is in a no win situation, if he leave power hes screwed as he has created many enemies over the decades and there is no way he can win this civil war now with the no-fly zone. Looks like it will be long and bloody

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  4. Ugh, scary situation with that reactor. I really hope they get it under control soon. BTW enjoy your vacation! :)

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  5. Some crazy shit going on in the world right now. I just hope they get the reactors sorted

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  6. Interesting, trying to follow it closely. Also enjoy the vacation !!

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  7. Its always interesting to hear about whats going on over there.

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  8. 10 million times? are you kidding? aww that's huge

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  9. This is some extremely dangerous stuff that is going on. I feel so bad for those people! I hope the reactors get fixed :)

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  10. I don't know you keep writing so interestingly but keep up the good work.

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  11. wow they just can't catch a break can they?

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  12. It's hard to believe the state of the middle east and japan, it's hard to admit, but these are scary times.

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  13. It might actually be a damn shame to lose Gadaffis' special brand of crazy.

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  14. Thanks for sharing, good to stay updated.

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  15. i wonder how long it will take till the situation in japan is under control

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  16. Thanks for the updates! My thoughts are with all of those who are still experiencing trouble in Japan. I hope things get better soon.

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  17. Man, things just seem to hover right above "OMG IT IS THE END OF THE WORLD!!" don't they?

    What a mess...just a pity...

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  18. I think this is actually about the whole of Africa.

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  19. Informational post again! Have a nice vacation!

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  20. Great post! Was a really good read! thanks for sharing!

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  21. So much stuff going on nowdays! Hard to keep up with everything!

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  22. I wonder how all that radiation will affect the local aquatic wildlife... -hums 'Godzilla' theme-

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  23. Thanks for the update, was wondering what the situation was.

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  24. Protect the civilians, protect the peace!

    Rebels go around with tanks, rockets, guns - do nothing... Lovely

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  25. no way! i live in southern california, just minutes from the pacific ocean which means that i could be expose i hope everything gets better

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  26. Stuff is getting crazy over there. I hope that it all works out in the end. Great post!

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  27. i feel so bad for them i hope them the best

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  28. very interesting, hope things go better in japan

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  29. They've discovered radiation in american milk supplies

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  30. Anyone know how far from the nuclear plant people are receiving anything near fatal doses of radiation? Ten million times normal sounds massive, but normal radiation is nowhere near enough to get you sick.

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  31. I can't follow the situation in Japan anymore. Robs me of sleep.

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  32. Where have you been for your vacation? Looking forward to your update.
    Cheers

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  33. Thank you for the news update.

    Looking forward to more posts! :)

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