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Wine Drinkers
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20th July 2018 - Fukushima’s Nuclear Imprint Is Found in California Wine (Drinkers, Don’t Panic)


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In a new study, the researchers report testing 18 bottles of California rosé and cabernet sauvignon from 2009 onward and finding increased levels of radioactive particles in the wine produced after the Fukushima disaster. In the case of the cabernet, the levels of the radioactive materials doubled.

“We can measure some radioactive level that is much higher than the usual level,” said Michael Pravikoff, a physicist at a French research center who worked on the study.

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As usual they play down the health effects and concentrate on how this horrible contamination can be used to detect counterfeit wines! Isn't that just great. Wouldn't it be much better to just have an environment where wines are free from heavy metal and radioactive poisons?

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/20/scien...e-nyt.html
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(07-21-2018, 08:39 PM)posted by Willow 31 July 2018 Wrote:
piajensen Wrote: Wrote:Majia: NHK Pushes State Control of Information About Status of Nuclear Power Plants in Wake of Earthquakes  majiasblog.blogspot.com.uy/2016/04/nhk-pushes-state-control-of-information.html

From July 28, 2018: "Deconstructing the Worldwide Media Blackout on the Ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: California Wine is Just the Tip of This Radioactive Iceberg"

http://willowsweb.blogspot.com/2018/07/d...ckout.html

From the article: "The real irresponsibility of the mainstream media is not in publishing a story about Fukushima fallout in wine. It is in not providing any real context for that story. It is in enforcing the worldwide media blackout on the subject. It is in downplaying and watering down the very real threat that Fukushima fallout poses to life on this planet. It is in misleading people, misinforming people, and lying by omission - practises that have been employed since March 11, 2011 and that are blatantly obvious in the quality of "journalism" being put out today, including in that California wine story."
[url=https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/20/science/fukushima-radiation-levels-california-wine-nyt.html][/url]
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#3
Exactly. The study done tested only one Calif. winery's products, no other regions' wines were tested, no control groups were included, no peer review research was conducted, and appears that the study was geared solely towards lab tech in finding fake wines as perceived by French concerns.

The study - Dating of wines with cesium-137:Fukushima's imprint https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1807/1807.04340.pdf
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#4
I appreciate your feelings about plagiarism. And, it's important to point out when people are apparently being fraudulent, but, I'd really like CRL to remain out of "war zones" when people are in disagreement over material ownership. Is there a copyright claim assigned to your published work? If so, you have a legitimate copyright claim and I believe you have legal remedies available to you.

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Under the Copyright law of 1976, which went into affect in 1978, any work created in a fixed form is protected by copyright upon creation. ... Thus, completed and published blog post, or all the posts that comprise a blogged book, comprise written works created in fixed form and are protected by copyright. Jul 22, 2010"

http://howtoblogabook.com/are-blogs-and-...ight-laws/
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#5
One incident probably wouldn't make much of a case. I'd keep my eye on the thief for any further incidents. You've given him warning that you're on to him. See if that's enough to stop him. Once might be a fluke but if he continues and you can prove a repeating pattern you'll have a stronger case to take legal action.
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#6
Great advice, Horse. Also, put a copyright notice on each article and contact blogspot support to see if they have any copyright information for you.
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#7
Hi Willow, I noticed you deleted your plagiarism post. You didn't have to delete it for CRL's sake. It became an important part of this radioactive wine thread and left our responses dangling. It's too bad a player copied your work and research. It's understandable that you would want to let people know the situation. If you were worried about Pia;'s response you should have asked her. Hopefully, we'll see more of your Fukushima work posted here.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#8
Thanks Willow, I'm glad you've gotten some resolution to the plagiarism incident.  I think Pia was striking a cautionary note.  She has to protect CRL in copyright and legal matters.  She's usually pretty direct though, she has asked me to delete content when I didn't have proper citations or she feared costly copyright violation.  I was worried because we've had new members come in with good content and commentary but get miffed about something and start deleting all their posts.  There's big money behind various agendas controlling information flow and news.  Be careful out there, the email sounded like a typical psychopathic reaction.  He might be drinking too much of that California wine with cesium in it.  I hear it can shrink the brain.
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