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Nuke Info Tokyo No. 123
(March/April 2008)


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Kashiwazaki-Kariwa: Translation of Japanese leaflet by Group of Concerned Scientists and Engineers Calling for the Closure of the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant
--We demand that the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant be closed
--Earthquakes and Ground Condition - Just how safe is the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant?
--Is the equipment and machinery OK?
--Column 1: TEPCO suppression of 34-year-old dispute about ground condition
--Column 2: Materials get stronger when deformed by an earthquake!?
--Column 3: Through the eyes of a power plant designer

Pluthermal Developments and Plutonium Use Plans
Problems with MOX fuel for Kyushu Electric's Genkai-3 and FY 2008 plutonium use plans

Who's Who
Teisuke Ishio's Freedom of Nuclear Information Campaign

News Watch
--Further delay in commercial operation of Rokkasho Reprocessing Plant
--Explanatory meetings for restart of Monju
--Health damage from JCO criticality accident not recognized
--Rokkasho Uranium Enrichment Plant down to a single line
--Joint uranium exploration in Canada
--NEXI to insure nuclear exports
--IAEA releases second report on Kashiwazaki-Kariwa

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