This Is Important, You Should Know About It of the Day

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This Is Important, You Should Know About It of the Day: A public meeting between members of Japan's Nuclear Safety Commission and residents of Fukushima did not quite go as the government officials had hoped, with attendees demanding to know what is being done to protect residents from elevated radiation levels detected outside the government's arbitrary 20km exclusion zone, and Nuclear Safety members responding that Fukushima residents

Funny Bunny of the Day

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Funny Bunny of the Day: Japan is in a tizzy over footage alleging to show an "earless mutant rabbit" born just outside the Fukushima Daiichi "exclusion zone."

Many are apparently concerned that the bunny's deformity is indicative of mutations to come.

Nuclear animals in Japan? There is no scenario in which this ends well.

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BAMFs of the Day

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BAMFs of the Day: Over 200 retired Japanese professionals -- dubbed the Skilled Veterans Corps -- have volunteered to help bring stability to the troubled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

The volunteers -- all over 60 years old -- are lobbying the government to be allowed to replace some of the younger employees at the power station. "I am 72 and on average I probably have 13 to 15 years left to live,

Photo Series of the Day: The Fukushima Fifty

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Photo Series of the Day: The Fukushima Fifty
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Photo Series of the Day: The first photos of the so-called Fukushima Fifty -- the fifty heroic nuclear reactor employees working around the clock to prevent a meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant -- have finally emerged.

An additional 150 workers have since joined the original fifty, of which five are believed to