File:Talk Nation Radio - 2011-03-15 Core Melt Suspected at Four Japan Nuclear Plants, Michael Mariotte of NIRS.vorb.oga

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English: We discuss the ongoing crisis at the reactor core at Japan's Fukushima plant. No 2 and 4 in extreme danger of releasing contamination. There are fires, radioactive releases, and even risk of nuclear chain reaction. We ask Michael Mariotte to discuss what he knows. .
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Source http://radio4all.net/index.php/program/50137
Author Dori Smith
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Featured speakers Michael Mariotte, Executive Director of the Nuclear Information and Resource Service
Language English
Credits Michael Mariotte, Executive Director of the Nuclear Information and Resource Service (and VolodyA! V Anarhist for reencoding and wikification)
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Additional Notes As we did final edits, NPR was reporting news of fire at plant 4. Not sure if this new, or, if they are replaying news from early Wed. and seems like this afternoon. Either way, things not good in Japan. Radioactivity threat very high, people told to move further away from plant, no fly zone set up above it.

Covered in this interview:
-The latest on the nuclear plants in Japan, where things stand, what are the possibilities for best case versus worst case scenarios.
-Global impacts from Japan nuclear power plant meltdown at core
-Use of Potassium Iodine and Availability in North America in the event the Radioactive Plume makes it across the ocean to America?
-Exposure at reactor core, Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant no. 2, involvement of three or four plants.
-Potential for nuclear chain reactions.

Dangers abound, nightmare continues to unfold. No end in sight. Americans can do some very important things right now to ask for access to Iodine and info on radioactivity in America if and when it comes. It likely will be at least some kind of plume effect, CA, or beyond.

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