30-minute Broadcast on Fukushima: “If anything happens, this is not just about the end of Japan, probably start of the end of the world” (VIDEO)

Published: May 29th, 2012 at 1:35 pm ET
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Shin-ichi Sano, Author: The world had not choice but to pay attention.

People have said that we must gather expertises from around the world in order to solve the current problem.

Regarding Fukushima, this has to happen, don’t you think?

Indeed. As you say, there is no time for silly arguments.

If anything happens, this is not just about the end of Japan, probably start of the end of the world.

I would like them to realise that we are in such crisis situation.

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75 comments to 30-minute Broadcast on Fukushima: “If anything happens, this is not just about the end of Japan, probably start of the end of the world” (VIDEO)

  • bleep_hits_blades

    Fukushima, Washington Hide ‘Black Swan’ of Economic Collapse

    http://www.infowars.com/fukushima-washington-hides-black-swan-of-economic-collapse/

    excerpt from article: (see also list of related articles at end of this article)

    "The truth about Fukushima could easily break out into a national panic significant enough to trigger an economic collapse of the U.S. economy and dollar, according to Consolo.

    That’s “what we found from Freedom of Information Act requests . . . transmissions between the U.S. government, the Chinese, the Russians and the Japanese from the beginning of the disaster until now, and that includes NRC (National Regulatory Commission) transcripts of phone calls,” Consolo explained.


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    • CaptD CaptD

      SOORY — I think I hit the Report Comment in error to bleep_hits_blades

      While trying to post this comment:
      I agree 100% Remember the Governments have satellites that can measure all the different types of radiation leaking from Fukushima, so they know what is happening… TEPCO's Nuclear Baloney* PR releases are just "fluff" for mass consumption both in Japan and abroad…

      * http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Nuclear+Baloney


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      • bleep_hits_blades

        Yes, CaptD, they are watching/monitoring the situation like hawks, while pretending 'butter wouldn't melt in their mouths' whoda-thunk-it innocence/ignorance of the enormity of the debacle in progress – and its fully foreseeable consequences in terms of death and destruction of living creatures and habitats – including humans of course.

        The ruling elites have NO intention of trying to protect the public – rather this is a massive thinning of the human herds, whether or not the quake was triggered or occurred naturally.

        I also think that they (our govt./corporate 'masters') have to be experiencing some fear, because when the normally apathetic masses begin to see the 'blow-back' from this, in terms of deaths, illnesses, and pollution of their home towns, etc. – finally when they've got nothing left to lose – the masses might erupt in rage and demand their 'pound of flesh.'

        The elites are definitely 'stringing us along' as the saying goes, and fine-tuning their strategy (for handling us ,the problematic pesky masses, of whom there are so many too many) as events unfold and we the sheeple react.


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    • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

      Until they stop doing things like this, we can all just keep chewing cud and absorbing our daily dose of radiation… brown cow how now.. moo moo

      Dr. Chris Busby; Consequences of Burning Radioactive Waste In Japan; via A Green Road Blog
      http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/04/dr-chris-busby-consequences-of-burning.html


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    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      "…They’re dumping nine tons of water on each reactor and spent fuel pool all day long and that water is going into the ocean.” Consolo continued.

      That's nine tons of water PER UNIT, PER HOUR, 24/7/365 (Well, maybe, except for holidays – ask TEPCO). That's 315,360 tons of highly radioactive water, going into the Pacific Ocean, per year, not including any water for the Common SFP. If it's an additional nine tons per hour separately, for a NPP and it's SFP, double it.

      That's a lot of water. Now remember, this is salt water they're pumping. How much structural/corrosion damage is this doing, with no end in sight?


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      • richard richard

        its close to 8,000 semi-trailer containers. In Australia, it's big news if one tanker rolls on a highway and bleeds into a stream. This is 8,000.

        Oh, and probably for the next 100 years.. give or take a millenia.


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      • HoTaters

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fukushima_I_nuclear_accidents

        Reactor stabilization
        Because of saltwater corrosion problems and pipes clogging by salt, fresh cooling water is transported by barge to Fukushima.

        By 24 March, electrical power (initially from temporary sources, but off-site power used from 3 April) was being restored to parts of the Unit, with the Main Control Room lighting being restored.[135]

        On 25 March, fresh water became available again to be added to the reactor instead of salt water,[136] while work continued to repair the unit's cooling systems.[137] A volume of 1890 m3 (500,000 USgal) of fresh water was brought to the plant by a barge provided by US Navy.[138] On 29 March, the fire trucks which had been used to inject water into the reactor were replaced by electrically-driven pumps.[132]

        Restoring fresh water for cooling was considered a high priority. Who says salt water is still being used?


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        • HoTaters

          TimeIsShort, granted a lot of water is leaking … and it's ostensibly making its way through the water table into the Pacific Ocean.

          Can we please do some fact checking here and establish who is claiming they are still pumping salt water into the reactors? And why is that being said?


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    • HoTaters

      Consolo is now claiming she was part of the FOIA efforts? When did she start taking credit for that?


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      • HoTaters

        I seriously don't trust some of the things this woman says. She's not getting under my radar.


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        • HoTaters

          She has also made the statement "the U.S. food supply hasn't been safe for a long time now" or something very close to that. OK, we can assume there is contamination in our food. Obviously. But for her to go on record and state "our food supply hasn't been safe for a long time" is a stretch. Where's the beef? Where's the evidence? I'm going to keep saying this until Christina Consolo starts providing some EVIDENCE for some of the outlandish statements she makes. She has 0% credibility with me. She has made several bogus claims w/o providing any evidence whatsoever. There just isn't fact to back up her claims.

          Yes, I know there is contamination in our food. I just wish she'd quit making these crazy statements without backing up anything she says with studies and evidence. IMHO she's all about using other people's research and condensing it down, re-writing it or re-playing it to make it sound like she has done her own research, when she has not. It's the lazy way to make headlines without doing the work and research, yourself. I call this "monkey farming."

          I have a problem with that. It may make me unpopular, but that is truly what I have observed over the course of the past 14 months or so. This statement is based on observation, not just some wild claim on my part.


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          • HoTaters

            Christina, who did the testing on what foods, and what were those measurements? And who has said it is not safe? Hmmn? Does anyone besides me see the problem with this?

            If we're spouting off about how the food is unsafe, with hardly any testing being done, why should the "experts" take us seriously, when we have already formed our own opinions and are claiming there is evidence for it?

            It's just as bad, IMHO, as the WA State Dept. of Public Health saying they'll test the food, but they're sure there is no problem. Foregone conclusion.

            Please, let's start examining what we're reading and seeing more closely, and see if these "truths" bear up under scrutiny.

            I want to see the nuclear industry GONE a.s.a.p. but I'm 100% for personal integrity in journalism and on the web. Enough said.


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          • HoTaters

            BTW, I have read most of the same studies she has, so I know what she is using for her sources.


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            • Howdy HoTaters! have you suggested this with Ms.Consolo? RadChick radio is an amazing collaboration and much needed at this time.
              Check out the archive.
              http://fukushimafacts.com/Default.aspx?PID=50&T=Nuked%20Radio%20with%20RadChick

              More background info from news sources is always welcome. her Fukushima fallout updates are regularly posted at Reality Check as well as others who are concerned. Bless everyone sharing the rad word
              http://realitycheck.no-ip.info/nnn.html


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              • HoTaters

                Just because someone establishes a YouTube channel and radio show does not make them a reliable source of information. There is more to good investigative reporting than replaying others' videos and re-hashing other people's work. Like originality for example.

                I have a problem with the reporting because it is not factual and not reliable. Facts are repeatedly mis-stated, faulty assertions are made w/o evidence. I don't do well with instilling fear in others as the premise for my popularity.

                That is my opinion FWIW. And you know what they say about opinions.

                I have already given her my two cents' worth via direct communication.


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                • HoTaters

                  OK the "originality" was not necessary. I just think there should be more effort, diligence, and ethical integrity applied to putting together one's research, and publishing it on the web.

                  It is, IMHO, unfortunate so many other bloggers and web folks are using her as a source, since her information is often specious.

                  spe·cious (sp sh s). adj. 1. Having the ring of truth or plausibility but actually fallacious: a specious argument. 2. Deceptively attractive.


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                  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                    I find it interesting that everybody on the whole planet seems to know about Fuku than me…lol


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                  • HoTaters

                    You can probably tell I'm not trying to win a popularity contest. Sometimes you just have to call it as you see it.

                    I generally don't like disagreeing with people, and dislike conflict. Some of the things I see published on the web and passed off as some sort of "truth" don't sit well with me.

                    Maybe it was the first video of hers I ever watched, where she was screaming obscenities about how her daughter had radiation burns. It just didn't make a good impression.

                    I thought to myself, "How can someone who is so lacking in self control, and who would display it so openly, be someone I'd trust to deliver to me credible information?"


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                    • HoTaters

                      I've had radiation burns repeatedly, too, when I've gotten out in the rain, BTW. I'm not saying it doesn't happen. But for someone rendering some sort of a "professional" opinion and publishing on the web, I'd expect more professionalism.


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                    • richard richard

                      with all due respect HoTaters , don't judge a book by it's cover ;)

                      I'm not saying at all that you are on the wrong tangent as I don't know the source you are referring to.

                      Simply, I may not discount someone just because they express their anger .. truth can still be found and anger is a human trait (don't I know ;) ).

                      .. continue … as you were … ;) (all in good humour here, HoTaters).


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                    • RadChick is a Concerned Citizen doing as much as she can to warn the world rightly of this world-wide fuku mess. To her a mighty bow…and to all of you. Who else, if not us. even if We are not "professionals". those seem to be in short supply right now … who else?


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                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      @Chem.Sorry. Mine was a straight grumble.
                      I just know… J. Beiber is going to give his opinion..in which..I am to bow to..despite my hard work..
                      Anybody..everybody…LOL


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                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      PS.I think I spelled his name wrong…ahhhh.


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                    • richard richard

                      i think chemfood has reminded us where we come from.

                      all of us are amateurs stepping up to the plate, that the pros have left vacant.

                      (well, maybe except for Taco, who has been published in 'Time' ;) ).

                      i've become a nuclear engineer, a journalist and research scientist, all in just over a year, much like all others here. (and I never wanted to do those things).

                      even our much respected admin is an amateur rupert murcdoch ;)

                      amateurs unite, because the professionals have all run for the hills.


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                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      @richard..uhhh… I work for living in the areas ..I display here.
                      So..I could stand for folks not to bash my professionalism..I'd like to make somewhat of a living.
                      I think we have met that point again..between absolute scientific fact and addressing the public.
                      PS.The original patriots were not professional soldiers ..either.


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                    • richard richard

                      @hotr, ok, so not everyone has run for the hills :) thanks for sticking it out. and i hope there was no offence, none intended :)


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                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      @richard ..There is a wide variety of professionals on this blog.
                      Talk of amateurishness is not on.
                      (weakening)


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                • HoTaters

                  I guess I have misunderstood the nature of her collaboration with others, and took it as her having taken credit for work she did not do.

                  My mistake.

                  I'm still not liking what appear to be "flimsy" assertions being passed off as fact, and mis-statements of fact.

                  I guess my "read" on that made me suspicious, so I thought some things were going on that are apparently not happening. My mistake. Mea culpa.


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                  • richard richard

                    not a mistake at all Hotaters.

                    it's healthy that we question our sources of information, read up on them, find their bio and discover who is telling you what.

                    i thought earlier that maybe admin can create a 'personalities' thread. This identifies key players within our realm. Then for each identity, we can build a dossier of statements and positions of such people. By trying to keep a fair assessment of players, we can get a better asessment of the information. Just a thought.


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  • "The truth about Fukushima could easily break out into a national panic significant enough to trigger an economic collapse of the U.S. economy and dollar, according to Consolo."

    And if they wait for it to get even worse what will it be?


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    • CaptD CaptD

      This is protectionism for the Nuclear Industry with N☢ regard for everyone else! Instead of coddling a "old tech" RISKY industry, every Country on the Planet should be UNITED in the pursuit of Solar (of all flavors) ASAP; that is the only way we all will survive the ongoing Wars for resources!

      These books explain how:
      
The High Frontier by Gerard K. O'Neill,
      Colonies In Space by A. Heppenheim­er.
      The Third Industrial Revolution by G. Harry Stine
      The Space Enterprise by Philip Robert Harris
      Mining the Sky by John S. Lewis


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      • Dr. Wellington Yueh

        CaptD…

        Thank you very much for mentioning O'Neill's book. I've been recommending this book often, and I'm quite glad to see someone else doing likewise. It's a pity we didn't do much of what he suggests when he suggested it. It was all feasible (and affordable!) way back when, but nobody took him seriously.

        Cheers!


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        • CaptD CaptD

          Yup, then we both could be having a toast in low Gee, while looking upon the spinning Earth "below" us, instead of knowing that another Big Quake could be a Game Changer!

          For the cost of Japan's Trillion Dollar Eco-Disaster, we could be taking all the first steps "upward"…

          Hope you see this reply and or post on Huffington Post like this one:
          http://is.gd/HRNuk5


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    • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

      and meanwhile, back in the good ol US of A, brown cows are also chewing their cud, moo mooooooo

      What are we supposed to do, quit drinking water and breathing air?

      75% US Nuclear Plants Leaking Toxic Tritium Radiation Into Drinking Water Supply; via A Green Road Blog
      http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/04/75-us-nuclear-plants-leaking-toxic.html


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    • dharmasyd dharmasyd

      Hey Flap…What do you mean:
      "…enough to trigger an economic collapse…" I thought the economy already collapsed; Fuku just hurries the collapse on its way.


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  • CaptD CaptD

    Why anyone should accept any amounts of radioactive pollution from any reactor World-Wide. If radioactive pollution from say Iran or North Korea covered the USA and Europe like Fukushima’s radioactivity is ow doing, the USA and or NATO would be considering bombing them or at lease rattling sabers; yet because it is Japan, the Nuclear Fascists** just put on a happy face and lobby for ever more nuclear reactors.

    Thanks to the web and blogs like this one, many have taken up the call to report on what is really happening not just in Japan but in every Country that is plagued by leaking and or aged reactors. No more are people willing to accept the myth of 100% safety since Fukushima proved beyond a doubt that Nature can destroy any land based nuclear reactor, any place anytime 24/7/365! That realization plus the RISK of a Trillion Dollar Eco-Disaster like Fukushima have made even previous supporters of nuclear energy rethink future Energy plans. With the cost of Solar (of all flavors) dropping almost monthly and the cost of nuclear spiraling ever upward, shifting to renewables has never been more practical unless you are receiving some form of Nuclear Payback***.

    * http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Nuclear+Baloney
    ** http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=nuclear+fascism
    *** http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Nuclear+payback


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  • Fukushima fallout monitoring and radiation protection links. Please share in the effort to help the world "realize we are in such a crisis situation"
    http://realitycheck.no-ip.info/forum/index.php/board,24.0.html


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  • CaptD CaptD

    You might like this:
    Not all alleged is apparent…
    Fukushima’s Cs-137 is NOT “Four Chernobyls” ! (Russia Today spreading misinformation)
    http://wp.me/puwO9-1uV

    Data not Nuclear Baloney!


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  • Quote from me in 2011…

    Japan's not trying to save japan…

    Japan's trying to save the whole world…

    Lol.


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  • CaptD CaptD

    Where will all this Radioactive waste end up?

    Hopefully not by dumping Japans radioactive waste on this Pacific Island:

    Don't turn Pagan Island into a garbage dump
    http://is.gd/TYT2WN


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  • arclight arclight

    no child should be within a hundred mile radius of that plant ..

    open up the "american bases" to replace the lost towns of fukushima and get communities and extended families back together..

    all children should be a good distance away from the plant until it is stabalised.. and that should go for the adults too, if they wish imo

    the international community has to put in place an evacuation strategy..

    all military ships like the aircraft carrier parked in the thames, should be "put to task" ..

    food needs to be imported until the japanese have enough good testing devices.. they do exist

    ads not by this site
    PGT Handheld Nuclear Isotope Identifier
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoDg5Pznivg

    there should be thousands of these all over japan and trained staff,,

    the childrens human rights charter needs to be ratified now!

    special rights needed for the internally displaced refugees from this crisis

    allow local and international charities to work freely without government interference or guidelines and with government support (if requested)

    the blame game is lame
    japan needs a reconciliation strategy to patch wounds and to aid co-operation in what is going to be a huge task
    maybe the "peace man" obama could earn his award there!

    my heart to all the japanese.. caution is needed here and those beutiful children are your FUTURE..

    during the second world war children were sent to safety in the countryside (wasnt well planned though :( )…


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  • arclight arclight

    the childrens human rights charter needs to be ratified now!

    to obama and the congress you are the ones holding it up!!

    chop chop!!
    schnell!
    vite!
    NOW!!!!


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  • Urban27

    Each time I see another photo of the fourth reactor, it has decayed more and more. Now also the north side, is crumbling in. On the south side, twenty meters of the hight is gone. On the west side twenty times thirty meters are missing.
    I have seen many photos over the last year of this building.
    It is really literally falling apart. No doubt about that.
    (I am a building engineer)
    Urban Jonsson


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    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      Quite a few people believe SFP #4 was gone on 3/11, and the MSM stories are only to provide a mental safety wall. As stated early on this thread, the danger of panic and economic collapse in the world's most powerful country is very real and imminent.

      "…probably start of the end of the world”?

      No "probably" about it.


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    • Sam

      Do you think Tepco has been taking the building apart piece by piece over
      time due to its structural instability. What concerns me is how to take the
      steel girders on the roof down and the side see through walls on top without
      having them fall onto what's inside the Unit 4


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    • HoTaters

      Thank you for your input. The fact you are a building engineer carries weight. You would be in a position to give your (credible) professional opinion on this.


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    • CaptD CaptD

      I agree, the entire structure is now on "shaky ground" and the nw construction next to it will act like a "can opener" should another BIG Quake strike…

      I'd love to see some computer modeling of a big EQ on the "joined structure"…


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  • nukedincali nukedincali

    nuclear experimentation is based on lies. France lied for Russia after Chernobyl, stating a vortex blew away any harmful radiation from Chernobyl from all of France. Years later thyroid cancer proved there was no such vortex. So French. USA EPA just turned off public access to radiation levels. So USA. Nuclear experimentation is lies and liars. The Terraist Letters… http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00852BHKC


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  • Insight

    Very interesting prophecy from a 16th century Catholic now considered a saint
    …Maria Laach Monastery
    The twentieth century will bring death and destruction, apostasy from the Church, discord in families, cities and governments; it will be the century of three great wars with intervals of a few decades. They will become ever more devastating and bloody and will lay in ruins not only Germany, but finally all countries of East and West. After a terrible defeat of Germany will follow the next great war. There will be no bread for people anymore and no fodder for animals. Poisonous clouds, manufactured by human hands, will sink down and exterminate everything. The human mind will be seized by insanity.


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  • Insight

    Richard, you preformed a miracle! You made half of my face smile.

    I am amazed at her vision of events even if she missed the exact years.
    The progression of events rings true.
    No matter what happens in Japan, the world will soon be facing a nuclear WWIII.


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  • sunpower

    I guess I agree with those who think SFP4 already melted some of its fuel in the early days. Tepco did say some of the fuel was 'damaged'. But what about the other fuel rods, were/are they undamaged? Have they shifted position and undergone prompt criticality? Are they still in racks or in a big mess or a melted slump on the floor? What about the central spent fuel pool, is that AOK?
    I still think that regardless of the exact situation of the fuel in SFP4, which Tepco says it will extract sometime in the future, but most people doubt can or will ever be moved, the best place for all that fuel is deep underground right there in situ. I foresee the current grade at Daiichi being rapidly buried until none of the buildings and cranes sticks out. People can debate what Tepco could have done, or what the hell the rods were like, but let em sit there under the mountain while the debate is going on, so we the people can be done with this mess once and for all.


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    • apostrophes

      Whilst I sympathise with your vision of covering it with a mountain, I fear it would be ineffective. Enormous amounts leak out from below into the sea, and would still do so, however large the mountain. Indeed, you could say that that Govco are flushing the coriums into the sea, and will continue to do so.


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  • Just saying, not to be too pessimistic, but what if there was another tsunami? picture it, and now picture the smiling politicians on TV


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  • DodgyOne

    <a href=">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_APvCEqwvOg&feature=related
    " title="Marijuana Protects Humans From Fukushima Radiation Damage
    ">
    I have great hope for the survival of the those who get cancer if this is true, not at all difficult for a verification !!
    And damn it all to hell I'll just say it (I am a great admirer of the Japanee People) there to my mind seems to be a lot of very stiff necked arrogance ingrained in their culture. So the vision of millions of people being mellowed out on some substance less toxic than coffee as a side effect of curing them and saving their lives is a double blessing eh !! :)

    p.s. even if if doesn't work it may just ease their burden and we all know they need a hand, lets all put ours out for them in what ever way we can.
    <b>Love and Truth will conquer the morons of greed.</b>


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    • Tumrgrwer Tumrgrwer

      I just had to chime in here. I have been told by many doctors that I have cancer. I have tumors on the pancreas, liver, kidney and both lungs. Several have been removed only to find they are not cancer. The doctors have given me more bull crap about smoking pot, I could write a novel. Wrong they have been every single time. I do believe that THC or some other substance found in MJ has stopped these growths from becoming deadly. I think it was Rick Simpson who started with the oil made with naptha. I you search his name you will find much info. Yes try this link it's called Run from the Cure.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0psJhQHk_GI

      Let us be kind, one to another, for we are each of us together in our pain!


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  • DodgyOne

    <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_APvCEqwvOg&feature=related
    " title="Marijuana Protects Humans From Fukushima Radiation Damage
    ">

    <b>Love and Truth will conquer the morons of greed.<\b>

    That better ?


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