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  • Michael Redler
    THE heroes dubbed the Atomic Samurai defy radiation in the first dramatic picture of them battling to halt Japan s nuke meltdown. Clambering in protective
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 1, 2011
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      THE heroes dubbed the Atomic Samurai defy radiation in the first dramatic picture of them battling to halt Japan's nuke meltdown.

      Clambering in protective white suits they selflessly toil away fixing cables to restore power to the quake-shattered Fukushima plant.
       
      Yesterday the toll of comrades rushed to hospital with perilous levels of radiation rose to 14 - after two stepped in a PUDDLE.
       
      Knee-deep contaminated water sloshed down into their boots. Medics in anti-radiation gear fought to treat their scorched legs.
       
    • tony kuli panayiotou
      It s almost perverse how this slave mentality to Corporate Bodies has blatantly lead to such apathy by the Government of Japan to take control of this Disaster
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 1, 2011
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        It's almost perverse how this slave mentality to Corporate Bodies has blatantly lead to such apathy by the Government of Japan to take control of this Disaster and is basically been left in the hands of the private company that owns or runs the Nuclear Reactors...
        http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/0,1518,752704,00.html


        --- On Fri, 1/4/11, Michael Redler <redlerm@...> wrote:

        From: Michael Redler <redlerm@...>
        Subject: [All-E] Atomic Samurai
        To: All-Energy@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Friday, 1 April, 2011, 23:00

         

        THE heroes dubbed the Atomic Samurai defy radiation in the first dramatic picture of them battling to halt Japan's nuke meltdown.

        Clambering in protective white suits they selflessly toil away fixing cables to restore power to the quake-shattered Fukushima plant.
         
        Yesterday the toll of comrades rushed to hospital with perilous levels of radiation rose to 14 - after two stepped in a PUDDLE.
         
        Knee-deep contaminated water sloshed down into their boots. Medics in anti-radiation gear fought to treat their scorched legs.
         

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