1. A Manual for Speed: Driveway Time Trial


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    Team Exergy's Andres Diaz, climbs a crazy gradient during the Team's training camp. The driveway is half mile long and steep, as in an average of 15.7% with the worst section 28%. Every day the team rides down the hill to train, and at the end of it, back up the hill to get home. Every day. See more at http://www.manualforspeed.com

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    • Tokyo Soil Samples Would Be Considered Nuclear Waste In The US


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      While traveling in Japan several weeks ago, Fairewinds’ Arnie Gundersen took soil samples in Tokyo public parks, playgrounds, and rooftop gardens. All the samples would be considered nuclear waste if found here in the US. This level of contamination is currently being discovered throughout Japan. At the US NRC Regulatory Information Conference in Washington, DC March 13 to March 15, the NRC's Chairman, Dr. Gregory Jaczko emphasized his concern that the NRC and the nuclear industry presently do not consider the costs of mass evacuations and radioactive contamination in their cost benefit analysis used to license nuclear power plants. Furthermore, Fairewinds believes that evacuation costs near a US nuclear plant could easily exceed one trillion dollars and contaminated land would be uninhabitable for generations.

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      • Closing Ranks: The NRC, the Nuclear Industry, and TEPCo. Are Limiting the Flow of Information


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        Arnie Gundersen discusses inconsistencies between what the NRC, TEPCo, and the Nuclear Industry are saying privately and publicly. Documents from the French nuclear firm, Areva, and the NRC reveal what the industry knows about the Fukushima disaster.

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        • Via Panam - Kadir Van Lohuizen


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          VIA PANAM - A 40 WEEK JOURNEY EXPLORING MIGRATION IN THE AMERICAS www.viapanam.org www.paradox.nl/viapanam Why do people migrate? Where to and for what reasons? What is the fate of the different indigenous populations in the Americas? In Via PanAm, Kadir van Lohuizen investigates the roots of migration in the Americas, a phenomenon which is as old as humanity but is increasingly portrayed as a new threat to the Western world. Via PanAm follows Van Lohuizen’s footsteps from the very south of Chile to the very north of Alaska. Travelling 28,000 km along the Pan-American Highway and crossing through 15 countries, Van Lohuizen visualizes the stories of the communities, regions and societies he encounters. His work reflects a diverse range of migration experiences both historic and contemporary. The photo stories reflect the complexity of migration – the diverse motivations for coming and going, the struggles and successes, the economic, political, social and environmental contexts, as well as the intimate moments and personal stories - some touching upon current issues, some on topics long forgotten but not resolved. Platforms Via PanAm engages the audience through a variety of platforms, using both traditional and new media. The stories made on the road are edited into weekly radio broadcasts, biweekly newspaper columns and regular magazine publications. The Via PanAm website and iApp not only provide contextual background info, but also directly connect readers and viewers with the journey’s progress. Day by day, the Americas and their people reveal themselves to the photographer and his followers as photo-stories, video and audio are uploaded on a regular basis. Via PanAm is a project by Kadir van Lohuizen, NOOR Images and Paradox, in collaboration with VPRO radio and NRC Handelsblad. SUPPORTED BY Fonds BKVB | Stichting Sem Presser Archief | Fonds Bijzondere Journalistieke Projecten | Fonds BJP | Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken

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          • The 4 Myths The Nuclear Industry Wants You to Believe


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            What are the 4 myths the nuclear industry wants you to believe? In order to produce more nuclear electricity, the nuclear corporations and proponents need you to believe that nuclear power is safe, no one has ever died or become ill from nuclear power accidents, nuclear power will counteract global warming, and it is the cheapest form of power. Listen to Fairewinds’ Arnie Gundersen tell you the truth about these myths.

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            • Preview van de NRC iPad app


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              Op het moment dat het ontwikkelplatform voor de iPad beschikbaar kwam, is NRC gestart met de ontwikkeling van de NRC iPad app. Hiervan presenteren we geen gelikte demo, maar wel een screencast van ‘the real thing’, de app in actie

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              • A Manual for Speed: Sam Johnson on Nutrition for Pros


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                Team Exergy's Sam "Krogg" Johnson explains his nutritional creativity while on a slim pro salary. Pros require speed, speed requires energy, energy requires food. See more at http://www.manualforspeed.com

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                • Newly Released TEPCO Data Proves Fairewinds Assertions of Significant Fuel Pool Failures at Fukushima Daiichi


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                  New TEPCO data measured on August 19 & 20 shows severe damage to the spent fuel in Fukushima Daiichi Units 1, 2, and 3. The adjacent TEPCO table posted on the front page shows incredibly high levels of Cesium 137 and Cesium 134 in all three spent fuel pools of Units 1, 2, & 3. This TEPCO data clearly contradicts and refutes the July assertion by the NRC the Fukushima Daiichi spent fuel pools were not damaged in this tragic accident. Crytome (cry to me) has a new high resolution photo, also uploaded, that shows the extensive damage of the Unit 3 spent fuel pool and the reactor building. Check it out.

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                  • NOIZE Record Club apresenta: Curumin | Japan Pop Show


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                    A NOIZE criou o primeiro serviço de assinatura de discos de vinil da América Latina, prensando discos inéditos no formato ou esgotados no mercado. Na segunda edição, o lançamento é o disco de estreia da Banda do Mar. Entre para o clube aqui: www.noize.com.br/recordclub 2008: São Paulo, Tóquio e São Francisco. Sete anos anos atrás, o terceiro disco de Luciano Nakata Albuquerque, o Curumin, foi lançado simultaneamente no Brasil, Estados Unidos e Japão. América do Sul, América do Norte e Ásia se fundem em cada timbre de Japan Pop Show, álbum que une beats e samples com guitarras e ritmos essencialmente brasileiros. E, para criar essa obra única, Curumin não estava sozinho: BNegão, Lucas Santtana, Marku Ribas, Fernando Catatau e os americanos Tommy Guerrero, Lateef The Truthspeaker e Gift Of Gab são só alguns dos nomes que participam do disco. Dub, afrobeat e samba soul se encontram nesse álbum que o NOIZE Record Club está lançando em vinil amarelo fosco de 140g e 33 rotações. Direção de Cena: Lucas Neves Direção de Criação: Rafael Rocha Captação de imagens: Lucas Neves e Emília Abel Edição: Emília Abel Noize Comunicação

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                    • NRC at Dj B-loo's roof top party!!!


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                      Une fête sur un toit Nantais!!!

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