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Fukushima: Inside the Exclusion Zone
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Mamma come mi ricordano Pripjat (la città fantasma vicino Černobyl) queste immagini...

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Two dogs scrap on Okuma's empty streets. In the early days of the crisis the no-go zone was alive with roaming farm animals and pets: cows, pigs, goats, dogs, cats, even ostriches. Often defying police patrols and barricades, volunteer rescuers rounded up and decontaminated some pets, returning them to their owners, and fed others. But by midsummer, a number of the pets had perished of starvation and disease. ( David Guttenfelder/National Geographic) #
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Futon bedding is usually folded and stored in closets each morning. But residents had no chance to put their homes in order before their hasty exodus, prompted by evacuation orders on televised news conferences before dawn on March 12. This bedroom is in Okuma, less than three miles from the damaged nuclear plant. Town officials in the area have accused power company Tepco of violating its duty to warn them of the crisis. ( David Guttenfelder/National Geographic)
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Evacuation drills are common in Japan's earthquake zones. So when the real thing happened in March, the children knew what to do - and expected to return in a few days. Months have gone by since the students fled. Still sitting in the classroom cubbies are the leather book bags that can cost several hundred dollars apiece and are one of a Japanese child's most valuable and cherished possessions. They will likely never be reclaimed. ( David Guttenfelder/National Geographic)
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A deserted street inside the contaminated exclusion zone around the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station, viewed through a bus window near Okuma, Japan, on November 12, 2011. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)
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A deserted field and buildings inside the contaminated exclusion zone around the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station, near Okuma, Japan, on November 12, 2011. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)
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A deserted neighborhood inside Japan's contaminated exclusion zone, near Okuma, Japan, on November 12, 2011. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)
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Units five and six of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station, viewed through a bus window in Futaba, Japan, on November 12, 2011. Media allowed into Japan's tsunami-damaged nuclear power plant for the first time Saturday saw a striking scene of devastation: twisted and overturned vehicles, crumbling reactor buildings and piles of rubble virtually untouched since the wave struck more than eight months ago. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)
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The Unit 4 reactor building of the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station, in Okuma, Japan, on November 12, 2011. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)

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Fukushima: Inside the Exclusion Zone - Alan Taylor - In Focus - The Atlantic
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Mike:"You know what happened. The question is, can you live with it?”

"Quando il sole della cultura è basso, i nani hanno l'aspetto di giganti"
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Sad
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Mike:"You know what happened. The question is, can you live with it?”

"Quando il sole della cultura è basso, i nani hanno l'aspetto di giganti"
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Fa parecchio in fretta la natura a riprendersi cosa l'uomo le ha tolto...
NEVE 2012/2013

Metà dicembre circa 1 cm
19-20/01 - 6 cm
11/02 - 9 cm
22/02 - 3 cm
24/02 - 4 cm
17-18/03 - 10 cm

TOTALE 33 cm

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Sad tristezza
C'è un confine sottile tra uno sbaglio e un colpo di genio; purtroppo dovresti essere un genio per vederlo.

Sheldon Cooper

L'Italia è ancora come la lasciai, ancora polvere sulle strade,
ancora truffe al forestiero, si presenti come vuole.
Onestà tedesca ovunque cercherai invano,
c'è vita e animazione qui, ma non ordine e disciplina;
ognuno pensa per sé, è vano, dell'altro diffida,
e i capi dello stato, pure loro, pensano solo per sé


Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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