"......Now 35.8% of Fukushima children have thyroid cysts or nodules — 13,646 do and 24,468 don’t......."
"....JAPAN: ALL THE 54 NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS TO STOP OPERATION...."
Above video - "JAPAN: ALL THE 54 NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS TO STOP OPERATION" - URL: http://youtu.be/gOavYidsjsU
"......Thousands celebrate as Japan shuts off nuclear power.....
Last updated 19:49 05/05/2012......
Thousands of Japanese marched to celebrate the last of the nation's 50 nuclear reactors switching off, shaking banners shaped as giant fish that have become a potent anti-nuclear symbol.
Japan will be without electricity from nuclear power for the first time in four decades when one of three reactors at Tomari nuclear plant in the northern island of Hokkaido goes offline for routine maintenance checks.......
......The activists said that it was fitting that the day Japan will stop using nuclear power coincided with the nation's annual Children's Day, because of their concerns about protecting children from radiation, which Fukushima Dai-ichi is still spewing into the air and water. .......
Let's make a jump in China!......:
Above image - "..Attributed to this situation, Mr. Zhang Guobao, director general of National Energy Administration charged in whole energy issues, raised the prospect that the number of nuclear power plants in China would reach to 104 eventually after 20 years. ..." - URL: http://www.jsm.or.jp/ejam/Vol.1.No.3/GA/6/article.html
If for a case you need of more arguments, here you have plenty of......:
- Mainland China has 14 nuclear power reactors in operation, more than 25 under construction, and more about to start construction soon.
- Additional reactors are planned, including some of the world's most advanced, to give a five- or six-fold increase in nuclear capacity to at least 60 GWe by 2020, then 200 GWe by 2030, and 400 GWe by 2050.
- China is rapidly becoming self-sufficient in reactor design and construction, as well as other aspects of the fuel cycle.
Prior to 2008, the government had planned to increase nuclear generating capacity to 40 GWe by 2020 (out of a total 1000 GWe planned), with a further 18 GWe nuclear being under construction then. However, government targets for nuclear power have been increasing. As of June 2010, official installed nuclear capacity projections were 70-80 GWe by 2020, 200 GWe by 2030 and 400-500 GWe by 2050. Following the Fukushima accident and consequent pause in approvals for new plants, the target is now more like 60-70 GWe by 2020.
In December 2011 the National Energy Administration (NEA) said that China will make nuclear energy the foundation of its power-generation system in the next "10 to 20 years", adding as much as 300 GWe of nuclear capacity over that period. Two weeks earlier the NDRC vice-director said that China would not swerve from its goal of greater reliance on nuclear power. The former head of the NEA said that full-scale construction of nuclear plants would resume in March 2012.
[Or maybe the red-bold words are still too much little in order you can read and understand them??...If you have problem of sight please, tell me, I have not yet used the "largest" format for the characters.]
"......Father Adolfo Nicolás Pachón, S.J., S.T.D. (born April 29, 1936) is a Spanish priest of the Roman Catholic Church. He is the thirtieth and current Superior General of the Society of Jesus, the largest male religious order in the Church......
......He studied at the University of Alcalá, there earning his licentiate in philosophy, until 1960, whence he traveled to Japan to familiarize himself with Japanese language and culture. Nicolás entered Sophia University in Tokyo, where he studied theology, in 1964, and was later ordained to the priesthood on March 17, 1967.........
"....... ".....The Society of Jesus has its new black pope: 71 years old a Spanish father Adolfo Nicolas (Reuters photo at right) and also between different languages he speaks also Japanese, having taught for several years at Sophia University in Tokyo and being responsible for the Jesuits' Far East.....(...........)......Will the company of Jesus under the guidance of Father Nicholas to be able to get fully accepted in mainland China? It 'hard to say. Assuming your father Nicolas fifteen years of driving, it could coincide with the actual fall of the Wall of China with respect to religions and Catholicism in particular. And you should not forget that a Jesuit who died several centuries ago, the lifer Father Matteo Ricci (which is an ongoing cause for beatification) survived the desecration of the Red Guards 40 years ago and is an important reference point for many Chinese today........"
Monday 21 January 2008 by MAURIZIO DI GIACOMO
Source: Jesuits: a new black pope, obedient to "Cinindia" (Gesuiti: nuovo papa nero, obbediente su "Cinindia" - "Cinindia" = China + India)