NPR doing great programming on one-year anniversary of Fukushima

Starting yesterday, National Public Radio began a series of reports on the earthquake and resulting meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Yesterday’s initial report featured an American nuclear worker who was at the plant when the earthquake struck.

In looking for a link for that first report, I found a wealth of information at the NPR website. I haven’t had a change to read it all yet, but I’ll post some stuff over the weekend.

For starters, here’s a link to the NPR page with links to half-a-dozen pieces on Fukushima:



About Robert Singleton

By day, I work for a call center. In my spare time, I try to save my hometown (and planet) from a nearly constant onslaught of greedheads, lunatics and land developers. I live in a fictional town called Austin, Texas, where I go to way too many meetings.
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