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Explosion rocks French nuclear plant

September 12, 2011

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(AFP) – An explosion was reported at the Marcoule nuclear plant in southern France on Monday, with a risk of a radioactive leak, emergency officials said. One person was killed and three people were injured, including one seriously, local newspaper the Midi Libre reported. The accident happened at a processing center for nuclear waste, the […]

Latest News on Katia

September 12, 2011

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SCOTLAND is on storm alert amid warnings of potentially devastating winds of up to 80mph lashing the country by tonight. The tail-end of what was Hurricane Katia is expected to sweep in this afternoon, battering the Central Belt and lashing the west coast with heavy rain until tomorrow. The Scottish Government warned that travel is […]

Latest Information on Katia – Ireland & Scotland

September 11, 2011

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The tail end of Hurricane Katia is heading for Scotland and seems ready to hit the country during the Monday morning rush hour with what are expected to be the worst storms in 15 years. The low-pressure weather system is currently accelerating towards Scotland from the Atlantic, where winds of 130mph and waves of more […]

Much of Britain was exposed to bacteria sprayed in secret trials

September 10, 2011

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After reading this article I hope there aren’t any people left who thing the powers that be want the best for people. If it was harmless, why were they spraying it over the country; if it was dangerous, why were they spraying it over the country? The Ministry of Defence turned large parts of the […]

Fukushima radiation ‘3 times higher than thought’

September 10, 2011

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It could be decades before the Fukushima area is habitable again. To top that off, we recently heard that the earthquake created mudslides and fissures on the ocean floor; scientists fear the eco-system may never recover. As if that wasn’t bad enough for the sea life, new research shows that the radioactive substances released into […]

African fossils put new spin on human origins story

September 8, 2011

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Image via Wikipedia The ancient remains of two human-like creatures found in South Africa could change the way we view our origins. The 1.9-million-year-old fossils were first described in 2010, and given the species name Australopithecus sediba. But the team behind the discovery has now come back with a deeper analysis. It tells Science magazine […]

Katia – Ireland

September 8, 2011

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Katia is currently a category 2 hurricane and is sitting off the coast of Bermuda at the moment. Ireland should expect winds of up to 70mph on Monday if Katia follows it current path. Winds of up to 90mph should be expected off the west coast.   More info here: http://www.clickgreen.org.uk/news/international-news/122507-us-escapes-as-hurricane-katia-changes-course-towards-the-uk.html   Related articles Katia […]