AP: “Japan poised to flood Pacific with 1 Million tons of nuclear water contaminated by Fukushima” — Newsweek: “Experts want Japan to push a Million tons of radioactive water Into ocean” — Release could kill fishing industry (VIDEO)

Published: November 27th, 2017 at 9:00 am ET


AP, Nov 26, 2017: Japan is poised to flood the Pacific with one million tons of nuclear water contaminated by the Fukushima power plant… The Japanese government is being urged by experts to gradually release radioactive water in to the Pacific Ocean… The water is stored on site in around 900 large and densely packed tanks and could spill should another major disaster strike. The government has been urged to release the water into the ocean… Local fishermen are extremely hesitant to this solution… Fumio Haga, a drag-net fisherman, said: ‘People would shun Fukushima fish again as soon as the water is released.’…

Newsweek, Nov 25, 2017: Experts Want Japan To Push A Million Tons Of Radioactive Water Into the Pacific Ocean… The government has been urged by experts to gradually release the water to the Pacific Ocean…

AP, Nov 27, 2017: Fukushima meltdown: Japan urged to dump radioactive waste in Pacific Ocean by nuclear experts; Nation at a loss with how to dispose of tanks of toxic matter left over from 2011 disaster… Experts advising the government have urged a gradual release to the nearby Pacific Ocean… Local fishermen are baulking. The water, no matter how clean, has a dirty image for consumers, they say… The fishermen fear any release would sound the death knell for their nascent and still fragile recovery… The amount of radioactive water at Fukushima is still growing, by 150 tonnes a day. The reactors are damaged beyond repair, but cooling water must be constantly pumped in to keep them from overheating. That water picks up radioactivity before leaking out of the damaged containment chambers and collecting in the basements… “Our recovery effort up until now would immediately collapse to zero if the water is released,” Iwaki abalone farmer Yuichi Manome said…

Metro.co.uk, Nov 27, 2017: Japan could pump 1,000,000 tons of radioactive water into the sea from Fukushima — More than six years after a tsunami devastated Japan’s west coast and overwhelmed the Fukushima nuclear power plant it has been revealed radioactive water could be pumped into the sea… Experts have advised the government to carry out a gradual release into the Pacific Ocean… Fishermen are still trying to recover from the disaster but the release of water could kill the industry…

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Published: November 27th, 2017 at 9:00 am ET


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  5. Report: Tepco now dumping contaminated water from Fukushima plant into ocean — 200 tons of radioactive groundwater “pumped out” May 9, 2013

420 comments to AP: “Japan poised to flood Pacific with 1 Million tons of nuclear water contaminated by Fukushima” — Newsweek: “Experts want Japan to push a Million tons of radioactive water Into ocean” — Release could kill fishing industry (VIDEO)

  • Sol Man

    Ever more, cooked on the inside and out.

    • ocifferdave

      "Release could kill fishing industry"

      Didn't our Pacific fishing industry (and starfish) already get majorly walloped by Fukushima? If so, I can't imagine Japan's is doing well up to now.

      This release will not just affect Japanese fishing…

      • The Pacific Ocean Is Dying

        Update 17th February 2017:


        "I have just returned from visiting my friend, who is a senior cetacean biologist at one of the large west coast universities. While there, he described an amazing situation to me that has alarmed me greatly. He said that research at his university has conclusively identified the complete or almost complete collapse of several dozen food chains within the Pacific Ocean, all within the last 36 months or so.

        Further, in “unauthorized” exchanges with the relevant departments in other coast universities, he learned that the numbers involved may well be more like hundreds of chain collapses in the same timeframe as opposed to dozens. Finally, in talking with authoritative figures in Vancouver, they apparently believe that the figure is likely closer to 1000."

        "As bad as all of this sounds, here is the real rub. Regarding these findings about food chain collapses, mutations, and injuries, my friend’s university has instituted a policy that forbids them from publishing their findings, from discussing their findings (on this subject) publicly or in private with other researchers outside their own campus, or finally from taking “unauthorized” radiation readings as part of their research. The penalties for violating these new rules are severe: loss of tenure, civil lawsuits for violation of contract, and potentially employment termination."


        • Quote from Newsweek:

          "The government has been urged by experts to gradually release the water to the Pacific Ocean, as all the radioactive elements of the water except tritium—which has been said to be safe in small amounts—have been removed through treatment. But if the tank breaks, the contents may not be able to be controlled."

          Tritium despite what they say posses a significant health risk"

          04.12.2011 – Radioactive Berkeley: No Safe Dose


          The video also expressed a public concern over children visiting the Lawrence Hall of Science to exposure to tritium emissions from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s (LBNL) National Tritium Labeling Facility.


          This video brings up a lot of independent research on the biological effects of radioactive Tritium releases. That Tritium is something to be very concerned about.


          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            'infant lung, muscle tissue and bone marrow as a safe and cost effective repository for the nuclear waste stream' All they have to do is dilute it to the safe level where the chance of cancer is below the statistically calculable limit

            Costs of the program can be offset by fining consumers who exceed the limit

        • I linked to this 'The Pacific Ocean Is Dying' on a blog post I made today. Within hours after my post the link was removed. I couldn't find the link archived anywhere, but I was able to find the Google cache of it, which I've archived here…


          Archive everything, because we live in an Orwellian world ruled by complete psychopaths.

        • fukushima is revelation fukushima is revelation

          The 6th seal Earthquake 3/11/2011 9.0, followed by the 1st trumpet the Greek word for Hail χάλαζα could have been translated as lump\tubercle as in nodules/tumors/cancer/lung cancer. The green grass is burning on the atomic level.

          Revelation 8:7 The first angel sounded, and there followed hail and fire mingled with blood, and they were cast upon the earth: and the third part of trees was burnt up, and all green grass was burnt up.

          The 2nd trumpet, word for mountain ὄρος in the Greek language could have been translated, as mountainous region as in the mountainous region of Japan/Fukushima Prefecture while the Greek word for was cast βάλλω could have been translated as to pour as in the Fukushimad mountainous region is pouring contaminated water into the ocean. The word for destroyed can be translated as corrupted as in 1/3rd of the ships are contaminated with radiation

          Revelation 8:8 And the second angel sounded, and as it were a great mountain burning with fire was cast into the sea: and the third part of the sea became blood; 9 And the third part of the creatures which were in the sea, and had life, died; and the third part of the ships were destroyed.

          Revelation 16:3 And the second angel poured out his vial upon the sea; and it became as the blood of a dead man: and every living soul died in the sea.

          Gog Magog Syrian war began 3/15/2011
          Ezek 39:6 I will send fire on Magog and on those who live in safety in the coastlands, and they will know that…

    • Matthew_II Matthew_II

      Why can't the radiated water be dumped into volcanoes? Won't the heat destroy the damaging effects of the radiation?

      • FaunaLord q

        Hey Matt, so I'm not a geologist or a nuclear physicist, but it seems to me excess heat is often associated with radiation. In fact, from what I recall, volcanoes are prominent sources of radioactive materials (that is, without chucking shit into them), taking a wild guess here from my notably weak physics background, but it would seem to me that dumping radioactive materials into a volcano would be a REALLY terrible idea, causing a whole bunch of highly unpredictable reaactions.

        Good idea though, I think Tepco, Areva and the DOE should try it, particulraly around wyoming, montana, just pump it in there.

  • 6 years in…what happens in year 20? 30? 40?
    From what I can gather within my fuzzy brain is FUKU is/has killed the Pacific Ocean already. By year 20 it will have spread around the globe. We won't be here to experience it.

  • Sol Man

    Yesterday the Pacific, tomorrow the world. Too cheap to meter!

  • earthsmith earthsmith

    I once saw a release, all decrease
    The peeps fleeced into a crease
    Top dogs seen in the meats
    Dim tubes flapping in the breeze
    Not a one knows how to cease
    Unearthed spoils put in the squeeze
    One day it all stops with a cosmic sneeze.

  • DUDe DUDe

    There is No way to combine manmade Nuclear Poisson with life on
    a finite planet = No Nuclear Industry


  • DUDe DUDe

    "The Nuclear Enterprise Is on Autopilot"

    Janine Jackson: We have this idea that things should make sense. But we have homeless people and empty buildings, we have unemployed people and work that needs doing — and we have enough nuclear weapons to destroy the planet, and are building more. The thing is, these things do make sense — just not in a way we would hope for, or the way we are often told. When it comes to nuclear weapons, our next guest explains, all the talk you hear about strategic considerations driving proliferation — how do we look tough with North Korea, and so on — is in a sense a distraction from what's really going on. If you really want to know why the US keeps churning out nuclear warheads, follow the money.

    Exactly. So, for example, the entire weapons industry has, in any given year, 700 to a thousand registered lobbyists, almost two for every member of Congress in some years, and that's not counting board members and people who consult and other people who try to influence the process, but aren't technically lobbyists.


    • HoTaters HoTaters

      "Japan urged to dump radioactive waste in Pacific Ocean by nuclear experts …. Experts advising the government have urged a gradual release to the nearby Pacific Ocean… Local fishermen are baulking. The water, no matter how clean, has a dirty image for consumers, they say…

      It's all about "image," not reality, for the nuclear experts.

      Expert Textperts

  • razzz razzz

    'Experts' is a bit vague. Must mean the IAEA or TEPCO accountants or both.

    I see the RT video link interview saying that tritium can not be removed. That is not true, it is just to expensive to capture tritium (so easier and cheaper to dump it). Sometimes the anti-nuke people are as about as credible as the pro-nuke crowd.

    Anyway, no real details on what and how much radioactive wastes are to be dumped. Should be slightly less toxic than what still leaks into the Pacific everyday from that site.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      We know a commercial water system expert who has been in the industry for a long time. He told us zeolite used to be used in large commercial systems – and that it CAN and DOES remove Tritium from the water.

      Wondering if he was correct.

      If I had a Spectrometer or proper instruments I'd run tests on it to find out if that's true.

      When they tell us we must spend billions on a commercial treatment system to remove the radioactive Tritium, is it just another ruse?

      Bilk those taxpayers and ratepayers in any way you can!

  • TheInsider

    These are misinfo MSM articles. The actual release of radioactive water is ALREADY nearing 1 million tonnes. They're trying to play the public into thinking that they're ABOUT to dump radioactive water into the ocean, THEN killing the sea life AROUND Fukushima. In reality, the entire Pacific is very dead now, but is starting from microscopic life, then up the food chain.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      At 400 tons per day, you are correct – we're probably already looking at about 1 million tonnes leaked into the Pacific.

      The actual figure is likely much higher.

      Tepco is notorious for playing with those decimal places when they measure and report things.

      • FaunaLord q

        I say, bring it on. The earth can handle it, people can't.

        What, 1 million tons of tritium, ceisum, strontium, etc enriched water is only about the total of the disclosed (at ~300 tons a day) dumping.

        My dad made salient observation yesterday, he may be blind and have other afflictions, but he's preetty clever. He said something along the lines of "Well, that was going to happen anyway, maybe already did, it's that you're being told about it now"

        • FaunaLord q

          And I can't type for shit anymore. Somewhat unrelated, but similar ssentiments of "faith". I took flak yesterday for saying government sucks ass and bill gates is a cocksucker.

          A guy was like "why are you attacking bill gates considering what a wonderful person he is, who donated 90% of his wealth to help the underprivileged".

          It took him about 6 months to type that as a reply. I figure he works for microsoft.

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    Ya reckon TEPCO thinks people are so stupid as to get all excited about a one time release of a million gallons of tritiated water that we won't notice a release of nearly a million gallons of Strontium water EVERY DAY!
    Melted OUT cores underneath containment, washed over by the river below. Then out to sea…
    "…collecting in the basement.", my ass.

    • PlowboyGrownUp

      " The reactors are damaged beyond repair, but cooling water must be constantly pumped in to keep them from overheating. That water picks up radioactivity before leaking out of the damaged containment chambers and collecting in the basements…" AP article above

  • AirSepTech AirSepTech

    The water goes in the ocean eventually no matter what you do.
    All of it.

    You either put it in tanks and do the best you can to filter it.
    Or you just let it run freely into the ocean with no catch.

    I guess the third option is to just keep building holding tanks.
    For 10, 20, 50, 25000 years?

    Nuclear power too cheap to meter. Yep. 😞

  • Sol Man

    It is beyond insane, let alone hateful, to put rat poison anywhere near tide pools.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    When "experts" give advice like that, better getcha some new experts.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    If it's so safe, why don't they get TEPCO to filter it through executive kidneys?

  • amberlight amberlight

    "Poised," my @$$. If they are announcing this now, you know they've been doing it long before this. It's the way things work now in this corporatized & militarized world. Up is down, black is white, and those rotting fish on the beach are sushi.

  • Occupant Occupant

    Pacific Ocean = 187,000,000,000,000,000,000 gallons water
    1 million tons =approx 300,000,000 gallons. This is why the amount of radiation from Fukushima is not detectable, except for measuring near the very site of the newly dumped toxins.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      actually, the radiation from Fukushima is measurable across the entire pacific

    • Jebus Jebus

      And how many million tons of liquid manmade nuclear waste have already been dumped, leaked, flowed, diverted, and dropped into the one Ocean so far?

      Since 3/11

      What were the levels of 2000+ radionuclides in each ton?

    • theworldisalie theworldisalie

      Occupant, the only issue with that statement is that they actually can and do find fukushima radiation everywhere now in the pacific ocean….

      Stop eating the fish dummies.

    • danger kitty danger kitty

      HAVE YOU?

    • AlexfromNB

      Not measurable? How do you account for the rising amount of radiation found on beaches and seashore surrounding the Pacific Ocean. This stuff is cumulative, and will enter the food chain, affecting all life on earth via both water and air.

      The full effects of bioaccumulation has not been seen yet. It will require decades, and its effects will be deadly for about 1/2 million years! I pity the young people following us as they will inherit a once pristine, now poisoned world! All this for a dollar in someone's pocket, long since gone. Simply amazing!

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Old problem.
    Great solution:

    Offload water onto double-hauled barges.
    Salinate to match seawater.
    Refrigerate to temperature at bottom of offshore trench.
    Sink barges to bottom of trench.
    Leakage will stay put at bottom of trench.

    Everybody should tell them not to release radioactive water directly into the ocean.

    • Your idea is swimming in my brain, thanks
      …lots of questions like what about currents, trench depth and on and on and on but still in all, would it work? If it would work for the water, what about the other stuff(trash) too? just sink it? encase it in cement and sink it? fuel rods, machinery, haz-mat suits?

  • or-well

    How to solve the problem
    to an old tune.
    They'll be taking someone with them
    when they go.
    They'll be taking someone with them
    when they go.
    They'll be taking Nukists with them
    and their goddamned elite brethren
    They'll be taking one each with them
    when they go.

    • If I had brain cancer I would be taking some of those criminals with me before I go….

      • danger kitty danger kitty

        stock, that thought is not worthy of you. Rethink that.
        Everyone has an 'issue'. Some are just, some are not. But if any issue justifies such thoughts, then they all do.
        Ya, I know, that train done left the station already, but we don't need to lower ourselves.
        Have some covfefe, let the 'force' do the smiting. It'll be beautiful…

  • or-well

    The unemployed fishermen can work at theme parks.

    "Fukushima Prefecture proudly unveils
    A treat For Japanese boys And girls –


    Watch the Tunapus glow in the dark!
    Count the beaks on the 3-eyed Squark!
    Look out for the Jellycrab's poison darts!
    Make a picture with ink from the Octoclam!
    Catch all the fun on our Undersea cams!

    Seafood lunch for children on School Tour Plans!

    The Fuku Fishermans' Association
    Acknowledges Tep-JGov cooperation
    In obtaining funding for job creation."

  • Gasser Gasser

    New product on the market.

    New Hawaii Surf Boards with a built in Polimaster Dosimeter.

    When you hang Ten all you have to do is look down to the built in unit for a reading to check if the face of the wave or Sharks in the area are Cesium Becquerel spewing hot.

    Know when to drop into that 50 foot Maverick or Jaws wave, even know if you should unload this high tech Surf Board from your Range Rover or beat out rusty 57 Chevy panel truck because it will sound an alarm the moment you pull into the beach parking lot.

    You can also be on guard to protect your hottie beach babe honey, keeping her free of breast Cancer.

    • Detect gamma radiation sources, even if they are shielded; 
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    • Record and store data for up to 1000 events in the instruments' non-volatile memory; 
    • Transmit all recorded data to a PC via IR channel for the data processing and analysis.

    Once the detector is turned on, it automatically starts taking measurements and storing the background radiation information. The personal radiation detectors PM1703M and PM1703MA can detect even the slightest increase in radiation environment that causes the radiation levels to exceed the preset thresholds.

  • Gasser Gasser

    Hippie Dog, I took your advise.

    I just ordered one of these units today.


  • Gasser Gasser

    "Bad Radiation Rising"

    I see the bad Plutonium smoke arising.
    I see trouble on the way.

    I see an earthquake and Tsunami.
    I see bad times on 3/11/11 today.

    Don't go around tonight,
    Well, it's bound to take your life,

    There's bad Actinides on the rise.

    I hear Nuclear reactors blowing.
    I know the end is common' soon.

    I fear radioactive water tanks over flowing.
    I hear the voices of rage and ruin

    Hope you got your shit together.
    Hope you are quite prepared to die.

    Looks like we're in for nasty fallout weather.
    One lie taken for an eye.

    I see the bad ocean Cesium spreading'.
    I see Nuclear trouble on the way.

    I see radioactive pollution and dead fish.
    I see bad times from Dieichie's catastrophe today.

    Don't go around tonight,
    Well, it's bound to take your life,

    There's bad Bucky Ball's on the rise.

    I see criticality Corium's glowing.
    I know the end is common' soon.

    I fear radioactive tanks leaking Tritium water.
    I hear the voices of rage and ruin.

    You better get your shit together.
    Hope you are quite prepared to die.

    Looks like we're in for nasty fallout weather.


    The situation is completely out of control, that's the gist of it. Dumping is only acceptable if you've already given up. It is 100% UNACCEPTABLE. The "experts" are freak'n psychopaths. I've visited Japan in 2013. I saw they've definitely not run out of water tank spaces.

    Noticed they've been awefully silent on the Strontium front, eh… Don't forget that nuclides are STILL leaching into the ocean through underground contamination. An oldie: (Sept. 25, 2014) " Strontium-90 skyrocketing in Fukushima’s On-Site Groundwater. German meltdown model that predicted this suggests worst is yet to come."

    !–> @ https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2014/09/25/strontium-90-skyrocketing-in-fukushimas-on-site-groundwater-german-meltdown-model-that-predicted-this-suggests-worst-is-yet-to-come/

    And then there's the recent mega-radioactive cloud throwing off monitors all over the northern hemisphere. DID IT come from a flaring-up still-fissioning full-on-China-Syndrome-on-steroids mega-catastrophic Fukushima-Daiichi catastrophe? Maybe not. But SOMEWHERE there's new major fallout zones…

    Why 'WHERE' matters…

    !-> @ https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2017/11/27/why-where-matters/

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      MVB, you got the power!
      I like the explicit approach

      • oldster

        Explicit is good.

        I make note of a curious cultural tendency, which is contributing to our nuclear madness death trap: namely, that even apparently smart and learned people, and who are in a position to not be directly threatened by speaking out about harmful/outrageous issues and behaviours – say a retired professor of biochemistry who has an interest in DNA's 'adventures' with artificial radionuclides – will tend to fold, submit, instead of going to moral or informational public 'battle' over said issue.

        Solzhenitsyn in his 1978 Harvard speech cited the collapse of civic courage in the West as most obvious and an ominously portentous cultural development.

        Another example of this phenomenon is the unprecedented tragic global autism 'epidemic', which would seem to be worthy of extreme attention and interest and public debate. But it seems as though trying to cope with the 'mysterious phenomenon' takes center stage, and the question what the hell is actually going on here(?) and here's what we can do about it, is largely absent.

        So a dead-ish Pacific Ocean seems not capable of arousing and motivating courage in even a small subset of those masses of people who are in a position to speak powerfully and publicly about the situation: Not all people theoretically capable of speaking out are 'chained' by the pathetic noodle of 'my tenure and income is more important to me than other matter.' And thus the earth was lost?

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Awe, the poor scientists got tears in their beer.


    So, they cope by dumping tritium in the ocean.

    Brilliant befuzzled mystified drunken scientists in denial

    • Gasser Gasser

      A song I would like Willie Nelson to sing

      Mamas, don't let your babies grow up to be Nuclear Scientist 

      Don't let 'em pick MOX fuels and drive them old Reactors

      Make 'em have common sense and logic and such.

Mamas, don't let your babies grow up to be Nuclear Scientist

      Cause they'll bring radiation home and they're always lying covering up

      Even with someone they love.

      Nuclear Scientist ain't easy to love and they're contaminated to hold

      They'd rather give you an equation than truth no longer told

      Having no Lonestar belt buckle or old faded riding Levis.
And each night begins a new radioactive day


If you don't understand him, and he will die young

      He'll probably just be Cancer whittled away.

      Mamas, don't let your babies grow up to be Nuclear Scientist


Don't let 'em pick dangerous numbers to drive them old Turbines
Make 'em be self-governing and honest and such.

Mamas, don't let your babies grow up to be Nuclear Scientist rouge Cowboy's

      Cause they'll never coral Plutonium and they're always be Bullshitin'
      Even with the whole world they love.


      • Gasser Gasser


        Mamas, don't let your babies grow up to be Nuclear Scientist

Nuclear cowboys like smoky old fuel pool rooms and alarm CPM warnings

        Killing little warm puppies and children and girls of the night.

        Them that know him won't like him and them that do

 have frets
        Sometimes won't know how to take his ELE gambling bet's 

        He's doin' wrong, bullshit's different and paid pride lets him

        Do things to make you think he's right.

Mamas, let your babies grow up to be self-governing

        Let 'em pick the truth to educated them old Sheepel fucks

        Make 'em be honest none liars and such

        Mamas, don't let your babies grow up into Nuclear Radiation

        'Cause they'll have to stay home and being deformed they're always alone

        Even with someone they love

~Gasser Classic~

        • unincredulous unincredulous

          "Chim Chim Cheroo" needs the Gasser touch. Fuku Nuclear migrant worker song. It's a long song, though

          • HoTaters HoTaters

            Chim, Chim, Chimera

          • Gasser Gasser

            ~Chim Chim Cheree~

            Chim, chimney
            Chim, chimney
            Chim, chim, cher-ee

            A Reactor condensation tower is unlucky
            As unlucky can be

            Chim, chimney
            Chim, chimney
            Chim, chim, cher-oo

            Bad Isotopes don't scrub off then
            It inters into you

            Or blow you an Actinide
            And that's unlucky too

            As the DNA ladder of life
            'Is now being Radioactively stung

            You may hear Geiger Counter beeps
            From the bottommost dead rung

            Though I spends me time
            In the Nuclear ashes an smoke

            In this 'ole wide world
            There's sick living blokes

            Up where the steam is
            All Becquereled and curled

            'Tween pavement and stars
            Where Reactor steam Isotopes swirl

            • Gasser Gasser

              When the's 'ardly no days
              Nor 'ardly no nights

              There's Cesium 'alf in shadow
              And 'alf way in Gamaray light

              On the roof tops of Cities
              Coo, what a Radioactive sight

              I choose me clean ups with pride
              Yes, I do

              A mop for the Fuel pool
              And a broom for the flume too

              Though I'm covered with Isotopes
              From me 'ead to me toes

              A decontamanator knows 'e's welcome
              Wherever 'e goes

              Chim, chimney
              Chim, chimney
              Chim, chim, cher-ee

              When you're with decontaminator sweeps
              You're in sad company

              No where is there
              A more unhappier crew

              Than them worried sing
              "Chim, chim, contaminated are we

              Chim, our lives are through"
              On the Reactors condensation chim chimney

              Chim, chim, has screwed you
              Condensation Chimany,

              Is a bad shit-a-roo

              ~Gasser Classic~

  • UUUMMM…it isn't just the water, it's everything else too…sludge, haz-mat suits, trees, fuel rods…from the New York Times 3/11/17…


    • GOM GOM


      3.5 Billion Gallons of Soil

      Imagine who was "scraping" the soil. Or gathering the garments. Is it safe to assume they are dead? Even with 'protection', one would have to assume that protection would not be sufficient in this scenario.

      Just a hunch, they have been dumping the crap all along.

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        Probably a dead worker in every one ton bag. "New and Improved" with a prize in each bag.

        A sick thought. That's just where the nuclear bunch takes me. What's next?

    • unincredulous unincredulous

      "1,573 Nuclear Fuel Rods" seems like big time deception. Fifty years of fuel assemblies…


    Jules Verne Fukushima

    Voyage & Mysterious Island ain't got nothing on this..

    It's the FALKLANDS SYNDROME! Fukushima MELTDOWN to cause '10,000 Chernobyls' in South Atlantic

    Brits in secret evac cover-up.


    *This does have an outstanding color pic of FD BWR inside, pointing to the entire missing core.

    • AirSepTech AirSepTech

      Yes indeed Colin the Dachshund Left Behind to fend for himself.

      Sad there's no honorable mention for the rest of the colons that believe this shit.

      Geez GOM Don't Bogart That Joint, pass it around eh, these stores are much better when you're stoned or drunk

  • AlexfromNB

    Although not religious, actually a Deist, I have often wondered how a passage in the latter books of The Bible would come about…

    In the end times (presumably an age) the seas would become as blood.

    Over the past seven years, I've watched the Pacific Ocean slowly die. Eventually, radioactive nanoparticles from Fukushima will contaminate all the Earth's oceans, sealife, and affect every organism on Earth!

    I have heard reports that Japan has been taking loads of contaminated water to the Southern Hemisphere to dump it, thus ruining that otherwise pristine environment. Clearly this is madness on an scale unknown to humankind, and for what?

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    To do it again.. because greed knows no bounds.

    Japan: Nuclear Reactor Behind Fukushima Disaster Considered for Another Power Plant, Against Safety Regulations
    Nov 26 2018


    • Isthmus

      Will be studying how uncontaminated the baha is or is not. Especially up towards where the Colorado River enters it. Puerto penasco also called Rocky point is there lots of shrimp and other. In case you like dentists, Mexico City of. Algodones, just 9 miles from Yuma,Arizona has it's said 350 dentists, mostly u s a dentists that don't want to pay extra expenses,huge savings and their making lots of cash. On nullschool ck out ocean currents, seems their headed towards open ocean.

    • DUDe DUDe

      The link Heart posted..3 out of 5 comments from nuclear shills..

      "To do it again.. because greed knows no bounds."

      Insanity..daring to ask what could go wrong when it is going wrong..again and again and again..


    Great News
    2017 Three Mile Island

    Three Mile Island nuke accident linked to thyroid cancer.

    Dr. David Goldenberg
    Penn State


  • curly


    We all need to calm down. Don't ruin your life worrying about a little radioactive water being dumped into the Pacific. Don't get all crabby.
    Life's too short. There's nothing we can do at this point, it's too late. Long before fuku blew, our fate was sealed. Having hope and faith in the triumph of good over evil is a good way to kill time but the train has left the station, the ship has sailed.

    Life's not worth living anyway if we're not free to do what we want and have fun, even if all the fun stuff causes pollution and sickness. We would probably have never gotten the pleasure of meeting each other in this virtual reality setting if humanity hadn't polluted the earth. Yes we have much to be thankful for.

    Hey, but don't let me keep you….


  • curly

    I'm "poised" to take shit and then a shower, brush my teeth and clean my basement. What are you poised to do next?

    Poised: having a composed and self assured manner, having a graceful and elegant bearing.

    Japan to dump 100 million tons of radioactive water into pacific in a self assured manner, and do it with grace and elegance. That doesn't sound too bad.

  • Sol Man

    GOM re. your comment/link at 9:58

    There may be many MANY!) more of these things skittering through the earth if Arto Lauri is correct with his comment from 3/15/15 103.GIC. Listen to his entire explanation or go to 30:46 for the specific detail. There is at least a good paragraph there.

    I'll put up the link just a bit later (after nap.)

  • Gasser Gasser

    I see there are few Scientist in outrage protest of this Fukushima dumping but then there's this.


    • DUDe DUDe

      Amazing how wide the spectrum of awakening is lol , but you have a point taken.. :greenman:

      • DUDe DUDe

        That is to say , it is never my intention to deliberately place distractions on this forum..just trying to be complementair..and i know i often make posts on a first time reader level..i hope its not sticking out like a sore thumb or something against some of you guy's and gals..i hope this post doessent make sense at all then nevermind..that would mean its all good..lol..:)

    • unincredulous unincredulous

      What about micro-metal like cesium? Too small to even glitter. Not worth a damn for anything. Also found in many fish

      Ban glitter, it makes children happy, but cesium just makes them sick. Stupid scientists say glitter must go

  • Jebus Jebus

    Increases in perinatal mortality in prefectures contaminated by the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident in Japan

    A spatially stratified longitudinal study

    Perinatal mortality in areas contaminated with radioactive substances started to increase 10 months after the nuclear accident relative to the prevailing and stable secular downward trend. These results are consistent with findings in Europe after Chernobyl. Since observational studies as the one presented here may suggest but cannot prove causality because of unknown and uncontrolled factors or confounders, intensified research in various scientific disciplines is urgently needed to better qualify and quantify the association of natural and artificial environmental radiation with detrimental genetic health effects at the population level.


  • Jebus Jebus

    Report On Continuing Dangers At Fukushima of Fukushima Collaborative Clinic in Japan


  • A lie is being perpetrated on the Internet that no significant radiation related fatalities have resulted from the ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe. Anyone using any semblance of logic will know that this is fantasy! The evidence is overwhelming and clear, that large numbers of people have died, and more will die in the future as a result of this ongoing nuclear catastrophe!

    Please use the reports on this page to counter the lie, and educate people. Everyone is welcome to copy and use any of the information on this page.





    Pennsylvania has the highest rate of thyroid cancer in the nation, and its growth is outpacing the rest of the nation, according to researchers at Penn State College of Medicine.

  • Cesium Sponge Cesium Sponge

    They are spraying chemtrails day, and night over Southern California. By “they”, I am referring to the pilots that think they are serving America/ ISIS/ the Cabal. I am worried that seafood will be extinct in a few years. Jerry Brown has already ended crab season once before due to “domoic acid”. Things have never been this bad in FEMA Region 9 before.

  • moonshellblue moonshellblue

    TEPCO has been releasing radioactive water for the past six plus years All the typhoons and torrential rain storms I would say at least 50 thousand tons if not more

  • Looks like the leaker finally fessed up, still pretending it is just RU-106

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    This week, 76 years after radiation first began seeping from Mayak into the surrounding rivers, lakes and atmosphere, Russian authorities admitted that Argayash was at the centre of a radiation cloud containing “exceptionally high” levels of radioactive isotope ruthenium-106, which spread so far west that it reached France.

    The radiation was detected by Russia’s meteorological agency in late September, but only revealed on Monday, after local politicians had spent weeks denying rumours of a leak and rubbishing reports from EU agencies that had tracked the cloud’s movement.

  • Sol Man

    Around the world: rads up=life in retrograde, however it is measured.

  • Cesium Sponge Cesium Sponge

    Well, Matt Lauer was fired from the Morning Show today, he played ball with the 9/11 charade, however his perversion could no longer be kept a secret. The tide pools of La Jolla are empty, California’s beaches have been pilling up with the carcasses of dead sea animals for years, and chemtrails are being sprayed daily over Southern California to keep a pocket of high-pressure over FEMA Region 9 in order to manipulate the weather, and cause storm systems carrying radioactive water to go over populated areas.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Aye, Curiumba! zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz time. diphenhydramine rocks

  • Jebus Jebus

    Fukushima 'ice wall' linchpin not living up to high hopes

    Although 34.5 billion yen ($309 million) in taxpayer money has funded an "ice wall" to keep out groundwater from the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant site, the frozen barrier may not be meeting hopes and expectations.


    Group of tanks ——-> Ocean…

  • FaunaLord q

    I have to ask, when someone has this look in their face, like, "Just take me away"" and you urge them to stay, who or what is the more deseperate part of that equation?

  • FaunaLord q

    Sorry that wasn't meant to be a reply, but it was. Excuse the typing errors if you would, I can barely see.

  • FaunaLord q

    I'm a liar, I'm a monster…etc

    "Telluric currents are phenomena observed in the Earth's crust and mantle. In September 1862, an experiment to specifically address Earth currents was carried out in the Munich Alps (Lamont, 1862).[2] Including minor processes, there are at least thirty-two different mechanisms which cause telluric currents.[3] The strongest are primarily geomagnetically induced currents, which are induced by changes in the outer part of the Earth's magnetic field, which are usually caused by interactions between the solar wind and the magnetosphere or solar radiation effects on the ionosphere. "

    Make no mistake, dumbass human activity does affect it.

    "A telluric current (from Latin tellūs, "earth"), or Earth current,[1] is an electric current which moves underground or through the sea. Telluric currents result from both natural causes and human activity, and the discrete currents interact in a complex pattern. The currents are extremely low frequency and travel over large areas at or near the surface of the Earth."

    I mean, there's a prime mover and all that.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    AP: “Japan poised to flood Pacific with 1 Million tons of nuclear water contaminated by Fukushima”

    Hey, public housing has a smoking ban now. No cigarettes. No vapors. Nada. Zilch. Zip.

    At least the government has it's priorities straight.

    What if North Korea was dumping nuclear shit in the ocean? Ah, then it would be evil.

    But this is Japan, where the US will put up with anything. That is unless they promote smoking cigarettes.

    What happened to fear is the big danger, when it comes to cigarettes?

    If I smoke at home I will be exiled from this place. Can I claim refugee status?

    Oh, maybe I'm too sarcastic. Maybe the plan is to add cigarette smell to nuclear fallout. Then, people will get worried about it.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    With all the carcinogens in the air, including nuclear fallout, how can cancer be tied to cigarettes? However they do it, they need to learn to use the same logic on fallout.

    I'm not saying smoking is the best thing for your health. Just sayin, it is not the worst.

    Next, they will say bad grammar causes cancer. Bad grammar and smoked sausage, and cigarettes.

    Nuclear is clean and green. No smoking or vapor needed, it just goes right in. Raises your IQ. If you got any fish in ya, it'll cure you

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