Nuclear Free Future: Nuclear Update with Fairewinds Energy Education

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Arnie Gundersen, Chief Engineer of Fairewinds Energy Education, talks with host Margaret Harrington about his 5-year monitoring project of radioactively-hot particles detected in dust and soils in Northern Japan after the Fukushima-dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant Meltdown on March 11, 2011. The research identifies a meaningful number of samples whose radioactivity increase the risk of suffering future health problems.

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