AP: Officials “admit deadly Fukushima meltdown coverup” — TEPCO President: We lied about meltdowns, “It was a cover-up… This is a grave issue” — “It’s an unprecedented nuclear disaster… about as bad as it gets” — Revealed “unpardonable breach of trust” (VIDEO)

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The Times, Jun 22, 2016 (emphasis added): Fukushima nuclear meltdown was covered up, plant operator admits — The company responsible for the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant has admitted lying about the meltdown of its reactors five years ago, in a deliberate cover-up

NHK, Jun 21, 2016: TEPCO admits meltdown cover-up — The president of Tokyo Electric Power Company has admitted the company concealed the reactor meltdowns at its Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant… TEPCO President Naomi Hirose said at a news conference on Tuesday that the company’s concealment of the meltdowns at the order of its then-president is a grave issue.

AP, Jun 21, 2016: The utility that ran the Fukushima nuclear plant acknowledged Tuesday its delayed disclosure of the meltdowns at three reactors was tantamount to a cover-up and apologized… “I would say it was a cover-up,” Hirose told a news conference. “It’s extremely regrettable.”… TEPCO has been accused of a series of cover-ups in the disaster…

CBS (AP), Jun 21, 2016: Fukushima meltdown apology: “It was a cover-up

CBC (AP), Jun 21, 2016: Japanese power company TEPCO admits it lied about meltdown after Fukushima

Hong Kong Standard (AP), Jun 21, 2016: Japanese operator admits deadly Fukushima nuke meltdown coverup

Shanghai Daily (AP), Jun 22, 2016: It was a cover-up, says Fukushima chief

Asahi Shimbun, Jun 18, 2016: A panel investigating Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s response to the triple meltdown during the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster revealed an unpardonable breach of trust by the operator of the stricken Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant. But there is still a lot more work to be done by the panel to uncover the full scope of the utility’s apparent meltdown cover-up. Immediately after the catastrophic accident at the Fukushima nuclear plant, then TEPCO President Masataka Shimizu instructed employees not to use the term “meltdown,” leading to a delay in the official announcement, according to a report compiled by the investigation panel commissioned by the company. A reactor meltdown, or the melting of nuclear fuel in the core of a reactor, is about as bad as it gets. The panel’s report suggests that in the middle of this unprecedented nuclear disaster the top official of the plant operator was trying to conceal the severity of what was unfolding from the public

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  • rogerthat

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-06-27/president-european-parliament-it-not-eu-philosophy-crowd-can-decide-its-fate

    President Of The European Parliament: "It Is Not The EU Philosophy That The Crowd Can Decide Its Fate"

    Jun 27, 2016

    If anyone needs another confirmation that the European Union is fundamentally the most anti-democratic entity currently in existence, then the following statement by European Parliament Martin Schultz should put all confusion to rest.

    Schulz: "The British have violated the rules. It is not the EU philosophy that the crowd can decide its fate". …


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  • from a distance from a distance

    No wonder why everywhere you go people have "the cough" >>

    Glass particles containing radiation inhaled ?? >>

    " Geochemists Discover Deposition of Radioactive Cesium Fallout from Fukushima in Glass Microparticles "

    "…these particles primarily are made up of Fe-Zn-oxides nanoparticles, which, together with the caesium were entrenched in Si oxide glass that formed during the molten core-concrete interaction within the critical containment vessel in the Fukushima reactor units 1 and/or 3"

    "The particles also concentrated the radioactive caesium (Cs), implying that in certain cases dose effects of the fallout continue to be unclear"

    (So they really don't know how much fallout there was therefore they can't really determine health damage such as the WHO and IAEA tried to minimalize)

    http://www.azom.com/news.aspx?newsID=45891


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  • from a distance from a distance

    Yet another reason not to visit Japan and why the 2020 Olympics should not be in Japan >>

    Japan’s roads to have radioactive foundations

    " It is one of the biggest headaches of the Fukushima nuclear accident: how to dispose of vast volumes of radioactive soil, enough to fill 18 sports stadiums, contaminated by fallout from the disaster? Now the government of Japan has found an original, and controversial, answer — use it to build roads. "

    http://www.thetimes.co.uk/_TP_/article/japan-s-roads-to-have-radioactive-foundations-wtkvxdgsc


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  • Jebus Jebus

    Yes, 20/20 is hindsight, through the vitrified looking glass…

    Radioactive cesium fallout on Tokyo from Fukushima concentrated in glass microparticles – June 27, 2016

    "The leading edge observations by nano-science facilities presented here are extremely important. They may change our understanding of the mechanism of long range atmospheric mass transfer of radioactive caesium from the reactor accident at Fukushima to Tokyo, but they may also change the way we assess inhalation doses from the caesium microparticles inhaled by humans. Indeed, biological half- lives of insoluble caesium particles might be much larger than that of soluble caesium".

    http://phys.org/news/2016-06-radioactive-cesium-fallout-tokyo-fukushima.html

    Nanobeads. Go ahead, search out why that is very bad.

    Now add the dose…


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  • dharmasyd dharmasyd

    Many of us here at enenews never believed the official stories. We knew the nuclear "event" at Fukushima was far greater than the MSM news reported. We only wondered when and how the truth would come out.

    I don't know which is worse: nuclear energy or lies. I think it might be the latter.'
    Because: If we don't know the true facts, we cannot know how to correct the mistake.


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  • Sol Man

    The cesium nano particles will pass into and out of humans' bodies without us knowing, leaving only their destruction. All living creatures are included.

    A very difficult time has been set upon all living entities.


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  • rogerthat

    http://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20160627/p2g/00m/0dm/074000c

    High court denies injunction against MOX fuel use at nuclear plant

    June 27, 2016 (Mainichi Japan)


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  • rogerthat

    http://electricityinfo.org/news/2016/fukushima-28-6-16-2/

    Fukushima

    28th June 2016

    It is one of the biggest headaches of the Fukushima nuclear accident: how to dispose of vast volumes of radioactive soil, enough to fill 18 sports stadiums, contaminated by fallout from the disaster? Now the government of Japan has found an original, and controversial, answer – use it to build roads.

    The country’s environment ministry is pressing ahead with a plan to use the irradiated soil as the foundations of roads, sea walls, railway lines and other public building projects. They insist that the concrete and asphalt which will cover the soil base will shield motorists and local residents from any harmful radiation.

    However, leaked documents published in a Japanese newspaper have exposed the flaw in the plan – that the soil will remain contaminated for 170 years, a century longer than the lifetime of any conceivable road.

    The scheme has been denounced as dangerous and irresponsible by environmentalists. Shaun Burnie, from Greenpeace, said: “The Japanese government has created a nuclear waste nightmare. [Now they are] planning to distribute up to ten million tonnes of contaminated soil around Japan for construction programmes. This is insane.”

    Times 28th June 2016 read more »


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    • or-well or-well

      Most rad-soil construction will be un-needed pork-barrel spending.
      The country has many under-used roads, money-losing rail lines, much un-necessarily- armored coastline along ocean and river and a declining population.
      In a word – SCAM.


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  • rogerthat

    http://nuclearactive.org/

    Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety

    CCNS Challenges EPA to Terminate LANL Outfall from Clean Water Act Permit
    June 24th, 2016

    Outfall No. 051 at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) is a discharge pipe connected the Radioactive Liquid Waste Treatment Facility (RLWTF). After November 2010, the RLWTF became a zero-liquid-discharge system. Since then LANL has been using a Mechanical Evaporator System (MES) to evaporate treated water into the air, and nothing has been discharged through the Outfall. Nevertheless, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) still includes Outfall 051 in the Clean Water Act permit that it issues to LANL.

    This has a serious impact. The Radioactive Liquid Waste Treatment Facility manages a lot of hazardous waste, and it would normally be regulated by the State of New Mexico under the New Mexico Hazardous Waste Act. But, under an EPA rule called the Wastewater Treatment Unit exemption, if LANL is regulated under a Clean Water Act permit, Outfall 051 and its source, the RLWTF, are exempt from the New Mexico Hazardous Waste Act.

    LANL has struggled to keep this exemption. In a 1998 report about converting the RLWTF to a zero-liquid-discharge system, LANL acknowledged that if it stopped discharging through Outfall 051, it could lose the exemption, and the “[L]oss of this exemption would mean that the RLWTF would be required to meet additional [federal hazardous waste law and regulations …


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    • rogerthat

      in the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act] RCRA regulatory guidelines regarding waste treatment practices. RCRA guidelines regarding waste treatment at the RLWTF would focus on concentrations of metals and organics in the RO [reverse osmosis] concentrate stream and sludges produced at the RLWTF. The RLWTF would need to manage the [pollutants] in the waste stream and so have much better knowledge of, and control over, waste discharged to it for treatment.” It also acknowledged that citizen oversight would increase under the hazardous waste regulations.

      Now, in 2016, the RLWTF has had a zero-liquid-discharge system for over five years. Even so, EPA has issued a Clean Water Act permit for Outfall 051, thereby continuing its exemption from Hazardous Waste Act regulation. EPA claims it did so because LANL said it might someday need to discharge pollutants. But LANL has not used the Outfall for more than five years.

      Further, the Clean Water Act only regulates facilities that actually discharge pollutants. Outfall 051 does not discharge anything. Its only apparent reason for existing is to obtain a needless Clean Water Act permit that blocks New Mexico from regulating the RLWTF under the New Mexico Hazardous Waste Act.

      Last week, CCNS, through its attorneys, Jon Block with the New Mexico Environmental Law Center http://www.nmenvirolaw.org/, and Lindsay A. Lovejoy http://lindsaylovejoy.com/, requested EPA to terminate Outfall 051 from the permit. …


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      • rogerthat

        Outfall 051 Region 6 letter 6-17-16, CCNS APPLICATION TO RESCIND RLWTF NPDES PERMIT-20160617, Exhibit List CCNS Petition to EPA Region 6 6-17-16.

        Joni Arends, of CCNS, said, “LANL has been hiding behind the wastewater treatment unit exemption for nearly six years. EPA should terminate Outfall 051 from the Clean Water Act permit so that the State of New Mexico can take on the regulation of this hazardous waste facility.”


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  • rogerthat

    http://www.earthisland.org/journal/index.php/elist/eListRead/diablo_canyon_shutdown_proves_people_can_defeat_nuclear_power/

    Diablo Canyon Shutdown Proves People Power Can Defeat Nuclear Power
    BY MARK EVANOFF – JUNE 27, 2016

    Plant’s closure follows more than half-a-century of sustained citizen action against nuclear energy in California


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  • rogerthat

    this is a better version:

    http://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20160627/p2a/00m/0na/010000c

    Reuse of radioactive soil approved despite 170-year safety criteria estimate

    June 27, 2016 (Mainichi Japan)

    An Environment Ministry decision to allow reuse of contaminated soil emanating from the Fukushima nuclear disaster under road pavements came despite an estimate that it will take 170 years before the soil's radiation levels reach safety criteria, it has been learned.

    According to the revelation, an Environment Ministry panel approved the recycling of tainted soil generated from Fukushima decontamination work despite an estimate presented during a closed meeting of a working group that it will require 170 years for radioactivity concentrations in the contaminated soil to drop to legal safety standards, shelving a decision over whether such soil should be put under long-term management.

    The ministry is planning to allow reuse of the tainted soil in mounds beneath road pavements, asserting that radiation will be shielded by concrete covering such mounds. However, an estimate presented at the closed meeting of the working group on the radiation impact safety assessment states that such mounds would be durable for just 70 years, suggesting that the soil would need to be managed for another 100 years after its road use ends.

    "There's no way they can manage the soil for a total of 170 years without isolating it," said an angry expert.

    The working group …


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    • rogerthat

      is a subgroup of an Environment Ministry panel called "the strategic panel for technical development of volume reduction and reuse of removed soil in temporary storage," and the two groups share some of their members. According to the working group's in-house documents obtained by the Mainichi Shimbun, the closed meetings were held six times between January and May, with the attendance of over 20 people including eight group members and officials from the Environment Ministry and the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA).

      Under the Act on the Regulation of Nuclear Source Material, Nuclear Fuel Material and Reactors, the safety standards for recycling metals and other materials generated from the decommissioning of nuclear reactors are set at up to 100 becquerels of radioactive cesium per kilogram. Meanwhile, the special measures law concerning decontamination of radioactive materials, which was enacted after the 2011 Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant crisis, classifies materials whose radiation levels top 8,000 becquerels per kilogram as designated waste, and stipulates that waste whose radiation levels are 8,000 becquerels or lower can be put to ordinary disposal.

      According to working group chairman and Hokkaido University professor Tsutomu Sato, the group served as a forum to "prepare itself for theoretical argument" over setting the upper radiation dose limit for reusing contaminated soil at 8,000 becquerels.

      The Environment Ministry …


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      • rogerthat

        set forth the plan to reuse contaminated soil in public works such as in mounds beneath road pavements and in coastal levees on the grounds that the "radiation levels can be contained to levels on par with clearance levels" by covering tainted soil with concrete and other materials. During the second meeting of the working group on Jan. 27, a member pointed out, "The problem is what to do with tainted soil after use (in roads and other structures). If such soil is allowed to be dug over freely, it would be difficult to convince the upper limit of radiation levels (for soil reuse)."

        A JAEA official presented the aforementioned estimate, saying, "For example, it will take 170 years for radiation levels to reduce to 100 becquerels if tainted soil of 5,000 becquerels is put to reuse. Because the durable life of soil mounds is set at 70 years, a total of 170 years will be required to manage that soil — both when the soil is being used in mounds and after that."

        Discussions on the soil management period never went any further, and the strategic panel overseeing the working group on June 7 approved recycling such contaminated soil on condition that the maximum radiation levels of such soil be 8,000 becquerels and that the levels should be no more than 6,000 becquerels if the soil is covered with concrete and no more than 5,000 becquerels if the soil is planted with trees.

        The Environment Ministry is set to begin a demonstration experiment possibly later this year,…


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        • rogerthat

          in which radiation levels will be measured in mounds using soil with different radioactivity concentrations at temporary storage sites in Fukushima Prefecture.

          Working group chairman Sato, who also serves as a member of the strategic panel, admitted the existence of the 170-year estimate, but said, "We have discussed the matter but haven't decided anything. We just presented our initial idea for reuse (of tainted soil) this time, and we will examine the feasibility of the plan later."

          Hiroshi Ono, who headed the Environment Ministry's decontamination and interim storage planning team, said, "We have yet to decide what to do (with the tainted soil) in the end (after reuse), but the Environment Ministry will take responsibility for that."

          Another working group set up under the strategic panel, whose members primarily comprise those from the Japan Society of Civil Engineers, has presented a view, stating, "It will be in no way easy to secure the traceability (of recycled tainted soil)."


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  • rogerthat

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/jun/24/edward-snowden-finally-identified-target-investiga/

    Snowden finally identified as target of investigation that ended email company Lavabit
    ‘This is a small victory in a much larger battle — in a yet even larger war’

    By Andrew Blake – The Washington Times – Friday, June 24, 2016

    Three years after a government investigation forced the shuttering of Lavabit, a Texas-based email provider, its CEO revealed Friday that an account belonging to Edward Snowden spurred the probe that put his company out of business.

    Ladar Levison shut down his encrypted webmail service in August 2013 amid an FBI investigation focused on one of his company’s nearly half-a-million customers. A gag-order that has just recently been vacated in federal has legally prevented him up until now from confirming the account in question was registered to none other than the NSA contractor attributed with one of the largest intelligence leaks in U.S. history.

    U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton nullified the mandatory non-disclosure orders in a June 13 court filing that went unnoticed until Lavabit released a statement Friday.

    “This is a small victory in a much larger battle — in a yet even larger war,” Mr. Levison told The Washington Times.

    “One of the rights guaranteed to Americans, and a cornerstone for a functional democracy, is the freedom to speak the truth,” Mr. Levison said in a statement. “The First Amendment protects opinions, …


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  • rogerthat

    including those unfavorable to government, from injunctions against speech. The gag orders in this case were a violation of that inalienable right. No American should have to live for three years, gagged, with every word carefully weighed, when such opinions are concerned with such a public and controversial issue as state surveillance.”

    Indeed, Mr. Levison’s reluctance to aid authorities interested in the lone “ed_snowden@lavabit.com” account came from concerns he had over how the rest of his 410,000 users would be impacted by the investigation. Although the FBI ordered Mr. Levison to let investigators monitor just a single email account, the underlying technology used to secure the entirety of Lavabit would have to be compromised for the surveillance to be successful.

    Mr. Levison ultimately handed over the encryption keys used by Lavabit in August 2013. Earlier that day, however, he had abruptly and with little explanation closed down his homegrown company and instantly eliminated the government’s need to conduct to surveillance by suspending service for everyone.

    “I have been forced to make a difficult decision: to become complicit in crimes against the American people or walk away from nearly ten years of hard work by shutting down Lavabit,” Mr. Levison said in an ominous announcement at the time. “I wish that I could legally share with you the events that led to my decision. I cannot.”

    Officially, the consent order approved by Judge Hilton …


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  • rogerthat

    http://idahostatejournal.com/opinion/columns/the-forever-part-of-nuclear-energy/article_0c698594-f0f1-55ed-8153-4d46558d734c.html

    The ‘forever’ part of nuclear energy
    By Tami Thatcher Jun 25, 2016

    Cleanup at the Idaho National Laboratory leaves a lot beneath the surface. It is important to understand the “forever” contamination sites the INL’s cleanup is leaving behind. Ignoring the spent nuclear fuel and calcine that will supposedly be shipped out of state some day, there are roughly 55 “forever” radioactively contaminated sites of various sizes and about 30 “forever” asbestos, mercury or military ordnance sites.

    The areas contaminated with long-lived radioisotopes that are not being cleaned up will require institutional controls to claim that the “remediation” is protective of human health. People must be prevented from coming into contact with subsurface soil or drinking water near some of these sites — forever.

    The Department of Energy downplays the mess and usually doesn’t specify how long the controls are required when the time frame is over thousands of years; they just say “indefinite.” In some cases, the DOE earlier had claimed that these sites would be available for human contact in a hundred or so years. You can find a summary that includes the “forever” sites at 1.usa.gov/28XarBB

    Institutional control of “forever” contamination means they put up a sign, maybe a fence or a soil cap — and assume it will be maintained for millennia. …


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    • rogerthat

      “Don’t worry about the cost. And besides,” they always add, “you and I won’t be here.”

      DOE continues to find more contaminated sites and expectations are not always met by remediation. But no matter: DOE wants to bury more waste at INL as well as make more nuclear waste.

      Frequently cited stringent EPA standards such as 4 rem/yr in drinking water are emphasized. But cleanup efforts often won’t come close to achieving the advertised standards.

      DOE argued against digging up meaningful amounts of transuranic and other long-lived radioactive waste at the Radioactive Waste Management Complex. Only the most egregious chemically laden waste is being removed. Denying that exorbitant cost to dig up waste and lack of another place to put it may have played a role, DOE argued that the incremental risk to a worker was too high given the small incremental benefit to the public.

      The analysis of the “worker” didn’t come down to concern over radiation workers monitored under DOE programs — which they argued were by definition effective. They argued that a state worker inspecting radioactive shipments would get an excessive radiation dose if working 30 years at the job, unmonitored for radiation. Then the benefit to the public was minimized by ignoring post-10,000 year contamination. Despite “remediation” radionuclides trickle into the aquifer at RWMC over the next millennia creating 30 to 100 mrem/yr doses, depending on the soil cap. …


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      • rogerthat

        Now efforts made to extend the mission for repackaging waste near RWMC for other DOE sites have conveniently forgotten all about the contrived concern over that unmonitored state worker.

        Cleanup decisions need to protect workers and the public. But studies continue to find that US radiation protection standards aren’t protective for either. A study of a large population of radiation workers getting an average 200 mrem/yr found elevated cancer risk. Find that study here: bit.ly/1GViS6t

        Estimates of the rate of radionuclide migration to Idaho’s Snake River Plain Aquifer from the INL are biased to minimize the migration in the short term, avoid discussing the migration of contaminants in the long term, and ignore the spikes of contaminant migration during times of higher water infiltration. The estimates of future contaminant migration are neither reliable nor conservative. And INL continues burying radioactive waste over the aquifer.

        If the DOE has its way, all we will need is just one large electronic sign placed on planet Earth, readable to potential visitors orbiting in space: “High radiation, don’t linger here and don’t drink the water.”

        Tami Thatcher of Idaho Falls is a former nuclear safety analyst at the Idaho National Laboratory and is now a nuclear safety consultant.


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  • rogerthat

    “High radiation, don’t linger here and don’t drink the water.”


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  • marina112

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  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Hot Nanobeads, as I read this, are insoluable in the body, and are therefore nonreactive.
    Their damage comes, rather, from their high radiation output, which damages nearby cells.

    "The leading edge observations by nano-science facilities presented here are extremely important. They may change our understanding of the mechanism of long range atmospheric mass transfer of radioactive caesium from the reactor accident at Fukushima to Tokyo, but they may also change the way we assess inhalation doses from the caesium microparticles inhaled by humans. Indeed, biological half- lives of insoluble caesium particles might be much larger than that of soluble caesium".

    http://phys.org/news/2016-06-radioactive-cesium-fallout-tokyo-fukushima.html


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  • Sol Man

    From the article above: "Don't worry about the cost. And besides" they always add, "you and I won't be here."

    Be assured, neither will anybodies' future family members if conditions get so bad that healthy new life can not be born. With so many chemicals out there and the isotopes to affect all struggling life here.

    The hour is getting late don't you agree?


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    • PlowboyGrownUp

      "According to media reports, TEPCO had defined a meltdown as damage to more than 5 percent of the fuel in its internal manual, but the company eliminated the definition from the manual in revisions after the Fukushima disaster."


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  • fukushima is revelation fukushima is revelation

    Why is this not being covered around the clock by the news media?


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  • eridoang

    TEPCO wrongdoers have made restitution.
    They gave victims a sip off their Coke. (The last sip)
    For a month

    http://www.spesialisobatherbal.com/bahaya-keseringan-onanisme/


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  • We Not They Finally

    So if Tepco has commited a terrible crime. Its now very late in the endgame for life on this planet..We all pay the piperSo if trump doesnt destroy the planet.Fukeshima will…


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  • We Not They Finally

    Why are we so blind to the world diseaster…Massive radiation destruction of
    our precious earth??Loss of our oceans.Loss of our health.Loss of all living things that face extinction far quicker then the death of our dinasaurs??Are we the new dinasaurs?? Both my wife and I suffer from constant sorrow.NucleAR ENERGY WILL SPELL OUR DOOM


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  • DeadAhead

    Japan’s Mount Aso volcano erupts, spewing ash 11K meters
    Mount Aso, a volcano on Japan’s southern island of Kyushu, erupted early on Saturday, spewing ash some 11,000 meters (7 miles) into the sky, Japan’s Meteorological Agency reported, adding that it was the first “explosive eruption” at the peak since 1980. The agency raised the alert level to level 3 on a scale of 5, asking residents not to approach the mountain, warning of falling rocks. Local TV footage showed volcanic ash that had accumulated on cars, houses, and roads in the city of Aso, with ash falling as far as 320 kilometers (200 miles) away. Farmers said some vinyl greenhouses where tomatoes and asparagus were being grown 6-8 kilometers (4-5 miles) from the crater had been broken by ash and small rocks, Reuters reported.MORE GOOD NEWS


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  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Unpardonable breach of trust.
    I don't forget, I don't forgive.


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  • GOM GOM

    We in the NW Florida panhandle are experiencing some sort of dramatic climate shift. I am really getting freaked out. There is no one media source discussing it.

    I recently posted about 10 days worth of odd temps here. Hot/cold flip-flopping.. Seems to be going down hill..We are having bad electrical/rain storms, real bad. People have been struck & killed.

    For the last 3 days, temps hover about 75 with extreme humidity. Last night temp never changed from 68–70 degrees. At 11am, it was 85, at 11:30am it dropped 10 degrees.. falling to 50ish at 3pm with a strong wind. It is now 46 degrees at 7pm.

    Temp will remain 46-48 degrees for 24 hours falling to 35-36 tomorrow night..Then will climb to mid-60s.

    Everyone is sick, I'm just scared.


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