Astatine's extreme instability makes it ideal for radiation therapy
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Naoto Matsumura refused to leave his evacuated town, living now in solitude with a farm full of animals.
It’s amazing the things scientists can use to learn about the universe around us.
It's been nearly 18 months since the Tohuku earthquake and tsunami decimated northern Japan, and the locals are still dealing with the fallout. Literally.
_Peace, love, and radiation_ h3. ONE: Looking forward to the Nov. 5 showdown "between Anonymous and Facebook":http://www.businessinsider.com/anonymous-facebook-2011-8. So much for the element of surprise. (Business Insider) h3. ZERO: According
The genre of Japanese anti-nuclear music began in the 1980s after the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl. Problem was, some of the largest record labels were owned by companies, like many companies in Japan, that are connected to the nuclear industry. But…
Official science is revisiting the health impacts of the disaster, with some grim but ambiguous findings. The biggest changes aren't to be found on the irradiated Ukrainian steppe, however, so much as in the human psyche. Waylaid by terrorism and glo…
Is our species's error here actually unhinged hysteria? As long as it's still fissioning and belching, Fukushima will be an acute crisis in anyone's book. As at Chernobyl, some plant workers will probably die from their exposure, and probably rushed
Wednesday, a team of researchers led by Dr. Nora D. Volkow decided to further fuel the great cellphone debate, announcing that "cellphones affect brain activity":http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704071304576160652541652440.html?mod=WSJ_h…