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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Three workers in Fukushima contaminated

In the wrecked nuclear power plant in Fukushima three Japanese forces have been contaminated. Two workers were taken to a hospital, said the nuclear safety authority.


In the wrecked Japanese nuclear power plant Fukushima 1, three workers of the reactor 3 high radiation have been exposed. Two of them had to be admitted to the hospital, such as Japan's nuclear safety authority said. They had a radiation 170-180 mSv been exposed. A load of 100 mSv per year is considered, the lowest level at which there is an increased risk of cancer. Japan had raised the limit for works in Fukushima is 100 mSv to 250 mSv per year.

57 comments:

  1. This really hits close to home. I have a friend who is stationed in japan, he says he is okay though.

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  2. Hope they will be okay and wont suffer any diseases.

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  3. Oh my.. they should close this power plants!

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  4. This workers are heroes..
    they give their lifes for us. This isn't some hollywoodcrap, this is real life.

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  5. Exactly what Anton Nuemus said, respect for them!

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  6. Ever wanted heroes to show up? Now you have them.

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  7. That's a tragedy... I hope everything goes as well as it can go in this the latest of a series of catastrophes.

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  8. Excellent post man! Was a really interesting read! thanks for sharing!

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  9. A real tragedy indeed. These heroes dont get enough recognition. :/

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  10. Wow, this is terrible. I hope they end up all right...

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  11. Let's hope is notheing permanent.

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  12. I feel bad for them. I hope everything works out. :/

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  13. This is truly depressing news.

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  14. Waiting to see what happens with all this.

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  15. just like the liquidators in Chernobyl ...

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  16. wow i hope this doesnt turn into a disaster but something tell's me it will be quite as bad as chernobyl... kinda makes me sad just thinking bout it

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  17. chernobyl was much much much worse tragedy than japan now, in chernobyl it was 7/7 japan 5/7 what i know from tv news

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  18. This is really just so heartbreaking.

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  19. Tragic, but I am not surprised. they went in there knowing they would probably be contaminated...

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  20. It's weird how they use radiation to kill cancer and it also causes it.

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  21. incredibly sad. but three is actually not that much considering what has happened over there

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  22. sucks for them :(
    good post tho

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  23. Scary shi- going on there, reminds me of Tsjernobyl :(

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  24. I always get the feeling things are much worse over there than they are letting us believe

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  25. crazy stuff, the world is ending

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  26. Everything that has happened in that country is a tragedy. My thoughts are with all of the Japanese people.

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  27. so sad, hope Japan has a quick recovery from this.

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  28. It's a real eye opener...
    Followed!

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  29. So the minimum was raised? what kind of a fucked up logic is that? ok so the minimum is 100 but since theres alot of Radiation well screw it we will raise it to 200. I say it again Humanity is doomed we are the arquitects of our own destruction

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  30. See, these people are heroes, not people who get stuck in a fucking cave.

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  31. This is why I hate natural disasters, they bring nothing but pain and suffering.

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  32. Is that type of power worth the destruction it causes?

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  33. Amazing how brave these people are, risking their lives for the safety of other people.

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  34. They kind of sacrificed themselves for the safety of million. What wonderful people.

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  35. Man, what a mess they have out there. I was pleased to hear Germany shut down their plants as a precaution....Proactive government!? Who thought that was possible?!

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  36. wow..............
    i just want to cry now.

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  37. That sucks, best of luck to them.

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  38. They knew the risks, yet chose to expose themselves.

    Balls, brass balls.

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  39. OH GOD WE'RE ALL GOING TO GO IN TO A NUCLEAR FALLOUT, GET THE UNDERGROUND BUNKERS READY

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  40. I hope things get better for them over there

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  41. I'll go get my pip-boy and combat shotgun.

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  42. That's so sad.. Good blog, followed

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  43. That's pretty damn sad. These guys are heroes

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  44. S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Up in this crisis.

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  45. Those guys sure are brave for going in there. I hope they'll be safe.

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