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April 10th! International Day of Action Against Nuclear Power

April 3, 2011

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CALL FOR ACTION
“This is a global call for actions on 10th April.
We sincerely hope that you will take any actions together on that day.
Work with us in solidarity against all nuclear plants worldwide!”
April 10th Action tumblr site here
(for translations of the various texts: here)
more posters on the next page and more to come!


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Environment & Climate

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One comment on “April 10th! International Day of Action Against Nuclear Power”

USA Radiation Plume Maps
I am working on a new site nuclearpowerdanger.com I have created some radioactive plume maps based solely on wind. Working on more specific map methodology.
http://www.nuclearpowerdanger.com/plume-maps/sitemap-nuclear-power-plant-plumes-25mi.php
These are existing plumes of radiation caused by “normal” releases.
My methodology is outlined here
http://www.nuclearpowerdanger.com/plume-maps/methodology.php
I welcome feedback.
Jorn

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