World The engineer who had predicted Fukushima sees other disasters
Ukraine Officials Want Chernobyl to Become World Heritage Site, With an Eye Toward Increasing Tourism
It has been 35 years since a power plant reactor exploded at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant north of Kyiv, Ukraine, and country officials want the site of the world's worst former nuclear disaster to become a UNESCO World Heritage site.The disaster occurred near the town of Pripyat in 1986 after Reactor No. 4 exploded and caught fire, which spread radioactive material and caused more than 100,000 people to evacuate, rendering an empty Chernobyl Exclusion Zone to be established. Now, Ukrainian officials want to revive the area.
"A disaster created by man." This is howhad described, one year after the drama, Fukushima Daiichi disaster.
Ten years after the most important nuclear incident since Chernobyl, a former nuclear engineer believes that the country is not immune to a new catastrophe.to read also
in 2005, Toshio Kimura, an engineer for the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), who manages a part of the Nippon nuclear park had, after leaving the company, notified That "If Fukushima was struck by a tsunami, the supposed pumps use the seawater as a cooling would be lost,". It is very precisely what will cause the merger of three of the four reactors of the plant, six years later.
Al Schmitt, renowned sound engineer for Ray Charles and Paul McCartney, dies at 91
Michael Buble, Michael Bolton, and former Beach Boys member Brian Wilson all paid tribute to Schmitt."Al Schmitt's wife Lisa, his five children, eight grandchildren, and five great grandchildren would like his friends and extended recording industry family to know that he passed away Monday afternoon, April 26," the family wrote in a statement. "The world has lost a much loved and respected extraordinary individual, who led an extraordinary life. The most honored and awarded recording producer/engineer of all time, his parting words at any speaking engagement were, 'Please be kind to all living things.
delay bombs Toshio Kimura abook entitled How nuclear energy will kill the nation, in which it considers that the lessons of Fukushima have not been selected and that TEPCO continued to lie and cover Its safety defects, transforming many Japanese power plants into delay bombs.
In 2012, the Parliamentary Report attributed the Fukushima Daiichi disaster not only to the tsunami who had ravaged the coast, but also to "a multitude of voluntary errors and negligence that left the Fukushima plant not prepared for the accident. "to read also
in April 2021, the Japanese nuclear regulatory authority (NRA)power station. Located 250 kilometers from Tokyo, this unit is the most powerful in the world and subject to .
Biden speaks with Netanyahu after deadly stampede in Israel
President Biden offered Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu his "profound condolences" on Friday after more than 40 people were killed and more than 100 injured in a stampede during religious celebration on Thursday evening. The White House said in a statement that the president offered assistance to Israel in responding to the disaster and caring for the wounded, as well as working to confirm reports that American citizens were killed or wounded during the ceremony. "Our Embassy and Department of State will provide all necessary support to any U.S. citizens and their family members affected by this sad event," the president said in the statement.
The inspectors identifiedThe situation is such that in March Junichiro Koizumi and Naoto Kan, two ex-prime ministers of rivals, held entries and " the worst of the four levels of security
a joint press conference
They met on a tall ship in the Baltic Sea .
Just before departing on a two-year backpacking adventure Nicole Erickson met the man destined to become the love of her life. Here's what happened next.But fate had different ideas. The life-changing event happened before she'd even departed: she encountered a total stranger on a ship, and something unexpectedly clicked.