Tag Archives: Earthquake

Something up with Katla?

Not wishing to be alarmist about Katla, which I’ve been following for several months, I do wonder if a pattern in the (minor) earthquakes currently is in any way significant. The thumbnail image above is from Erik Klemetti’s blog post … Continue reading

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Fukushima: Reactor 3 blast looks serious

After correct analysis ahead of concrete news from Japan on Saturday, more analysis from ex-nuclear physicist Kevin today.  While the media is speculating like crazy and ‘official sources’ are playing down the risks, to a former AGR designer, it looks … Continue reading

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Concern continues after tsunami

Kevin has been ‘spot on’ so far in his informed speculation about events at the Fukushima I plant in the aftermath of the tsunami (previous post here), so I thought I’d share a bit more.   First, we just wanted to … Continue reading

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Fukushima Confusion

Kevin, who is an ex-nuclear physicist with over 20 years experience of working in the industry has been providing an interesting commentary on the developments at the nuclear plants  in Japan after the earthquake. I thought readers might be interested … Continue reading

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