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Send U.S. spy plane to Japan

Tokyo: The United States military aircraft will fly an unmanned spy on a nuclear power Fukushima, Japan. U.S. wants to get closer to the reactor vision problems.

"The images taken by spy planes that fly high can provide useful clues about what is going on inside the reactor building, about a high-level radiation has been detected," said a government source was quoted by Japanese news agency, Thursday (17 / 3).

The plane had been equipped with infrared sensors.

The mission is planned that happens when the Japanese government seems unable to overcome the crisis after the nuclear power plant on the waterfront was hit by a quake measuring 9.0 on the Richter Scale and the tsunami on Friday.

The U.S. military has contributed logistical assistance transportation, search and rescue immediately after disaster struck the Pacific coast in northeastern Tokyo.

"In Washington, on Wednesday, a Pentagon official said U.S. forces in Japan is in principle not allowed within a radius of 90 kilometers (60 miles) from the plant," Kyodo said.

This Underwear Special Shy Knickers

This Underwear Special Shy Knickers
You feel embarrassed when I walked through the whole body scanner at the airport? Do not worry. Japanese scientists have created a special underwear.

The scanners at some British airports allow the entire appearance of the body, including the genital organs, visible on the screen public. Therefore, scientists Steve Bradshaw, 54, created underwear that could prevent the passenger to feel ashamed.

Underwear was made from a mixture of metal and glass, but still allows the operator to scan the airport dangerous objects like guns, knives and explosives throughout the body.

One boy's father claims airport security scanner is in violation of human privacy. "The machine operates with a wavelength that is different, and feared to create radiation," said Bradshaw.

Men from Poynton, England was created underpants 'different' from the material barium sulfate, aluminum, glass and others. "I've worked 35 years in screen printing company. I already know exactly how mendifusikan picture. "

Professor Nick Bowring, a scanner expert at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, believes the technology that created Bradshaw can work well.

"Using material capable of reflecting X-rays as well as 'blinding' the view engine is an effective way to prevent the device displays the images that are not desirable," he said.