Did Iran give up the Khobar Towers terrorist? Apparently yes; perhaps a sign that relations can improve after the nuclear agreement. Also, first American students accepted at an Iranian university.
[This post is by Susan Voss. It’s from August 15, 2012. I’ve transferred it over here because I’ve been told it’s not showing up at our other site. Hopefully we will have things straightened out one of these days..]
(updated again – 9:35 am; US MST; added a comparison chart of second generation abnormalities in adults; added link to Scientific Reports; correction last table. Updated Fukushima results Table 2 with correct total for adult butterflies.)
Researchers in Japan published a new study, “The biological impacts of the Fukushima nuclear accident on the pale grass blue butterly” by Hiyama, A. et al, published by the Nature Publishing Group, a division of Macmillan Publishers Ltd (Scientific Reports – “Hosted on nature.com — the home of over 80 journals published by Nature Publishing Group and the destination for millions of scientists globally every month”). The study focuses on the impact of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident to the pale grass blue butterfly. In reviewing their data it appears that their results do not fully support their claims. Read More