The Resource Devil's Tango : How I Learned the Fukushima Step by Step, (electronic resource)

Devil's Tango : How I Learned the Fukushima Step by Step, (electronic resource)

Devil's Tango : How I Learned the Fukushima Step by Step
Devil's Tango
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How I Learned the Fukushima Step by Step
As much personal journal as investigative journalism, this second edition traces the worsening developments at Fukushima Daiichi during the first year following the nuclear disaster. Often poetic in tone and philosophic in scope, this day-to-day reportage is peppered with the author's reflections and dramatic monologues as she investigates the public's willing blindness toward the nuclear power industry's disregard for public safety in the pursuit of profit. The book offers a unique perspective and attempts to come to terms with Fukushima's cata
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Devil's Tango : How I Learned the Fukushima Step by Step, (electronic resource)
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  • Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Foreword; Preface; 1. Habitable Zones; 2. Emergency; 3. Move Right Along. Nothing to See Here ... ; 4. The Wheel Turns; 5. Being and Not Being; 6. Floating on a Sea of Drugs; 7. Incorporating the Body That is Earth; 8. Koyaanisqatsi; 9. Death Throes; 10. There is No Story for This; 11. Not Me, Not I; 12. If Only ... ; 13. Leave-taking; 14. Enterprise Zone; 15. Tempest--Without a Body (or Why Walter Benjamin Lives in an Aluminum Factory Now); 16. The Angel of History Speaks; 17. Like a Sybil; 18. I Alone Have Come to Tell You ... ; 19. Fracturing The Earth
  • 20. Out of Africa21. The Great Men Build Their Houses; 22. And Closer to Home, in the Flat Lands; 23. Small Holes at the Beginning; 24. Nightmare of the Woman Who Can't Get Out; 25. Tsunami of Another Kind; 26. The Mouth of Fear; 27. Preserving the Moment; 28. This is Our World: Far From the Golden Temples; 29. Every Man for Himself; 30. What Would You Do?; 31. The Whole Ball of Wax; 32. Botanical Inventory; 33. Learning From Past Mistakes (or Is Intelligent Life Possible Following Planetary Collapse?); 34. Little Absurdist Theater Piece ... ; 35. Body Without an Anus; 36. Theatrical Security
  • 37. Nimby: Somewhere Else, but Not in My Backyard ... 38. Inventory Before the Fall; 39. No See'ums; 40. Tunneling: Chauvet, 28,000 B.C.--Onkalo, 100,000 A.D.; 41. Every Flower That Exists First Opened In The Mind Of The Dreamer Of That Flower ... ; 42. No See'ums II; 43. Pencil Do-Si-Do; 44. Tears, Unexpectedly; 45. The Flooding That Isn't, the Plant That Wasn't; 46. If the Price Is Right: A Monoplay; 47. Pandemonium: All You Need is 45 Minutes Warning; 48. Phillip Glass, Step Aside!; 49. And Now, Ladies and Gentlemen:; 50. A Game of Marbles; 51. July 13. Shadow Play; 52. Forget the Planetary Mind
  • 53. How to Destroy the World One Hindsight At A Time54. Getting It Wrong; 55. Today's Headlines; 56. What It Means to Lose a Planet; 57. Why Take A Space Ship To Get Somewhere Else, When A Rattletrap Bus Gets You To Heaven? And It Only Costs A Dollar; 58. Uninhabitable Zone; 59. The Scale is Relative; 60. Sixteen Women and Four Men; 61. Flickerings of Fear; 62. Nuclear War in Black Face; 63. Fitting It Together; 64. Lying Behind a Convenient Tsunami; 65. "Humankind Cannot Bear Very Much Reality"; 66. Why every GE Mark I Boiling Water Reactor the World Over Needs To Be Shut Down
  • 67. What a Nuclear Disaster Originating in Japan Means for the Planet68. Birth Defects; 69. Earthquake Warning; 70. Somewhere Else on the Planet ... ; 71. And Bringing Up The PR Rear ... ; 72. Killing A Nation/ Killing A Planet; 73. Everything You May Not Have Wanted To Know About DU And Preferred Not To Ask; 74. Where You Might Have Been And When; 75. Poison Factories, Poisoned Earth; 76. A Global Invitation; 77. How Prolific Does a Prolific Criminal Have to Be?; 78. Two Halves Make One Whole ... ; 79. Killing Our Own: Mr. Lindsay Goes Home to Die; 80. Race and the Arms Race
  • 81. Our Meat, Our Vegetables, Our Fish, Our Rice ..
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