Caldicott: 50 years or more of highly contaminated water flowing into Pacific from Fukushima — Tepco VP not optimistic: “I have concerns” for long-term plan — Location of melted fuel a mystery (VIDEO)

Published: November 7th, 2013 at 1:12 pm ET


Asahi Shimbun, Nov. 7, 2013: […] The locations and the condition of the melted fuel for these reactors remain a mystery. It apparently dropped to the containment vessels through the inner pressure vessels housing the reactor cores. […] In addition, TEPCO has not determined the extent of damage to the pressure and containment vessels. […] The road map for decommissioning work could drastically change depending on the conditions of the melted nuclear fuel and the damage to the containment vessels. […] One obstacle in the decommissioning plan is the continuous leaks of water contaminated with radioactive materials. […] The division to deal with contaminated water is different from the one to remove nuclear fuel. So we will be able to sufficiently carry out work for the two issues,” said Akira Ono, director of the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant. However, TEPCO Vice President Zengo Aizawa was not so optimistic. “From the mid- and long-term perspective, I have concerns,” Aizawa said.

RT Live Chat with Dr. Helen Caldicott, Nov. 6, 2013 (at 34:00 in): I’m very much afraid that radioactive water is going to flow into the Pacific at least for the next 50 years, if not longer. […] To the back of the reactors are mountain ranges and the water flows down from the mountains, underneath the reactors. […] There have been 3 meltdowns and we think that these meltdowns — about a hundred tons of radioactive fuel in each units 1, 2, and 3 — may have melted their way into the earth, it’s called a melt though to China Syndrome in nuclear terminology. Even if they haven’t, on the bottom of the containment vessel building which is made of concrete which is all cracked, so the water’s flowing down, huge amounts every day, across and bathing those reactor cores which are furiously radioactive and the water that’s coming out and going into the ocean is incredibly radioactive. […] I can’t tell you how radioactive this water is, and there’s no way to stop it.

Watch the recorded live chat here

Published: November 7th, 2013 at 1:12 pm ET


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184 comments to Caldicott: 50 years or more of highly contaminated water flowing into Pacific from Fukushima — Tepco VP not optimistic: “I have concerns” for long-term plan — Location of melted fuel a mystery (VIDEO)

  • Sickputer

    +311 Helen :-). It's necessary to put a time line on how bad this disaster is going to be for the human. Fifty years is an extinction level event for sea life in large parts of the ocean. Humans will have to adapt to live longer than the lifespan of Neanderthal man.

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      She has always been correct and here in this link is the direct proof of what she says, and yes, if the Nuclear Industry is not shut down worldwide, then soon our entire Planet Earth will be exterminated!

      Cancer is the invisible, tasteless, odorless ghost of death and created only by the Nuclear Industry!

      This is not up for debate any longer and this is exactly what this technology does so spread the news to all you know!

      • nedlifromvermont

        Just lovely, Obewan! Guess Vermont will have to ship over some major maple syrup to the Vesuvius region. Ciao bello!

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          You had better plan on shipping truck/tanker loads of maple syrup.

          Radiation contamination will destroy most of our world's water supply unless we decide as a species to shut this Nuclear Technology down immediately. This is not something to ponder and/or something to be bantered about anymore.

          The town in Italy is the "certain proof" of what still comith this way if we do not ban this Nuclear Technology right now worldwide.. 🙁

          The third trumpet has sounded loudly and it's song solely identifies that it is "Manmade Radiation Contamination" that is giving the entire world cancer while sickening all else it touches!

          We have done this by our own human hands.. 🙁

          • yohananw

            1: Cassileth BR,… Cancer quackery: the persistent popularity of useless, irrational 'alternative' treatments. Oncology (Williston Park). 2012 Aug;26(8):754-8. PubMed PMID: 22957409.

            2: White JD. The National Cancer Institute's perspective and agenda for promoting awareness and research on alternative therapies for cancer. J Altern Complement Med. 2002 Oct;8(5):545-50. PubMed PMID: 12470434. From Abstract: > The widespread use of a variety of nutritional, psychologic, and natural medical approaches, collectively termed complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), has been well documented. Recent surveys demonstrate that between 9% and 91% of U.S. patients with cancer use CAM therapies at some time after their diagnosis. However, there is a paucity of data available to indicate whether these CAM practices are efficacious and safe. … These changes are leading to a conversion of the dialogue about CAM from a focus on "quackery" to an exploration of the potential for novel therapeutics and the beginnings of focused, rigorous research…

            3: Siegel B. The key to reducing quackery lies in healing patients and treating their experience. Oncology (Williston Park). 2012 Aug;26(8):760, 762; discussion 765. PubMed PMID: 22957410.

          • Socrates

            That the government would not warn residents and tourists is as bad as the crime of dumping.

            Organized crime is modeled after government.

            • Foggyworld

              What is astonishing is that President Obama was on the verge of possibly starting a major war over the death of 1200 people in Syria but yet he hasn't said one word about Fukushima.

              Where are our so called "world leaders?"

              Where is the main stream media?

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          Here is another beautiful women to have both her breasts sliced/cut off.

          When you read the article there is not one mention of manmade radiation contamination as being the sole culprit in this poor women's prognosis and not one commentator had a clue that it was the manmade radiation contamination spewing around the world that was responsible for her two breasts being sliced off. The Zeitgeist Matrix is truly very powerful! 🙁

      • yohananw

        Fallout is carcinogenic. But you write "Cancer is …created ONLY by the Nuclear Industry" — oh really? Cancer has many etiologies besides adverse radiation. See tobacco, bad nutrition, no exercise, rogue cells, epigenetic etc.

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          No, I am pretty sure all cancer is from radiation contamination and/or the results there of.

          Can you see it anywhere? Can you smell it or taste it?

          When you find it please let me know so I can avoid it… 🙂

          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            Cancer is a very fun topic and sure some cancers may not be from Radiation Contamination but it is a very small number that I am pretty sure of as cancer rates were 1% 1900 now at 50% 2013. How many bombs did the Nuke Pukes blow up on Planet Earth. How many core meltdown releases and how many accidents with Radiation Contamination worldwide.
            Its logical that 90% are directly related to this new technology application here on Earth.

            Nuclear was a huge mistake and they knew it in the very beginning but they did not stop! 🙁

            • unincredulous unincredulous

              I remember watching a show on tv where it was revealed that the average American now has six hundred chemicals in the body that did not exist only a hundred years ago. I am not sure but I think it was Bill Moyers. Many of these chemicals are carcinogenic.

              Watch Bill Moyers "Trade Secrets" and here is another good link.


              • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                Maybe so, but I have had years of researching where and why for cancer (s) and nothing ever was inclusive in any research paper read and then it got pretty silly as I read and researched even more. Very little of it made any sense and they could not pinpoint the primary cause in any paper. It then dawned on me that there was something missing, something that nobody was really looking at or looking for… 🙁

                Radiation Contamination and it was now literally everywhere on the planet. 🙁

                Cancer is a brand new brought to you in volume plague on this Earth.

                Brought to you by your other fellow human beings working in the cancer spewing Nuclear Industry and they have all been hiding this information on purpose from all of us since it's invisible, odorless, tasteless.

                This my friend is the "invisible DNA scrambler" or the big monkey in the room that nobody is/has been talking about and not by choice but instead by collusion and conspiracy in all sectors.

                Read this one again and any where you follow this stuff you will find your cancers.. 🙁


                • flatsville

                  >>>but I have had years of researching where and why for cancer (s) and nothing ever was inclusive in any research paper read and then it got pretty silly as I read and researched even more. Very little of it made any sense and they could not pinpoint the primary cause in any paper. It then dawned on me that there was something missing, something that nobody was really looking at or looking for…<<<

                  So based on silly things you've read that didn't make any sense to you, you decided all cancer had to be radiation based? THAT'S YOUR REASONING?

                  Well there's four young people who played on a poorly remidiatied dioxin waste site together as children and were never near a nuclear power plant who might beg to differ with you about the cause of their cancers…all odd and extremely rare for people their age…unless they were dioxin expose that is.

                  Magical thinking on your part that all cancers are caused by radiation doesn't make it so.

        • nedlifromvermont

          hey johananw … that tobacco caused cancer is tied largely, or maybe in mainly, on the tobacco plant's affinity for metabolizing radioactive polonium in its leaves, as it goes about its business of manufacturing nicotine … I don't have a link for you but I would start by googling tobacco and polonium together …

          Radioactive, long-lived polonium is resident in the atmosphere from weapons testing, and the tobacco companies might have fought the $275 Billion fine, if they had not already been caught lying to the liars and whores in Congress …

          Maple syrup anyone?

        • Gradius

          Tobacco/smoking releases a RADIOACTIVE element called Polonium:

          This is WHY the "passive smokers" dies always before than "active one".

        • flatsville

          >>>Cancer has many etiologies besides adverse radiation. See tobacco, bad nutrition, no exercise, rogue cells, epigenetic etc.<<<<

          I agree and so does my consulting oncologist buddy…but then the "farce is strong with this one" and some people here on enenews. Don't waste your breath with some people.

          …like I haven't met people who suffered cancer from dioxin and other toxic waste dump sites…like no one ever died of cancer before the start of uranium mining and then later the nuclear age…

          Good freakin' grief.

      • Indeed!
        May i add a small collection of what i find the most critical facts about long term human extinction…
        this is a conversation between Dr. Caldicott and Dr. Wertelecki on how the destruction of the human DNA actually takes place.
        It is the most detailed and complete scientific explanation i've ever heard. One hour you don't won't to be without!

        Last night reading all the comments as i always do i thought how simple it really is, the human habitat will be destroyed and like any species that faces loss of habitat we too will simply become extinct! It's not really as fancy as we'd like it to be!

        It's what they've been doing behind our backs for so very long.
        They're killing every living thing, including humans.

  • pkjn

    Seawater fence not fixed yet / Tokyo Electric “It doesn’t work to stop contamination anyway”
    November 6th, 2013 Fukushima Diary
    The screwed seawater fence hasn’t been fixed yet, according to Tokyo Electric. Tokyo Electric explained it is difficult to investigate because it’s under water.
    They added the fence doesn’t have the function to stop contaminated water or decontaminate the water.
    Tokyo Electric hasn’t announced how the radioactive density was affected in seawater due to the lack of one of the fences.

  • weeman

    Ms. Caldicott does not know how radioactive the water is or the radioactive elements that is the makeup of this toxic soup, why not you would think that this would be a priority no? We want to know now.
    I don't know if the corium has left the building or not, but if you could provide proof that the water table is higher than the water level in building, I would be inclined to believe that the corium is in building?
    The contamination to ground water could be from the ejected cores hastily buried and covered, but not contained?, never mind what landed in surrounding ocean and land.
    In fifty years we may steam the flow of contaminants, but not complete decommissioning? No chance.

    • razzz razzz

      weeman: This site go over the same stuff again and again. TEPCO's own site shows drawings and videos where groundwater is intruding through known cracks in the foundations and around piping then mixes with radioactive cooling waters, they can't stop it or they would have by now. Search for these already known facts.

      • weeman

        That is correct razz the ground water is entering the building, because the water table is higher than basement, if there was three huge holes in foundation the level would be the same.
        I don't know, I would like to, look how I phrased the post, take what tepco issues with a big pinch of salt, it is all just a educated guess, in tepco case it's more like chance with no logic?

        • razzz razzz

          The 3 reactors can't hold air pressure in the primary or core containments so they can't hold water either. It is not clear at what level the water starts in the buildings. Some of the water levels might start outside the containments in the basements housing the suppression doughnut where there shouldn't be any water normally like pictures from Unit 2 show.

      • Foggyworld

        Be kind. Some of us are catching up.

        • weeman

          It is not about catching up, it is about logic, less you think that the laws of nature do not apply.
          No question primary and core containment is breeched, but has the corium left the building, that is the million dollar question,, you don't know and I don't know,.
          I agree to disagree, that is not a crime, in fact it is good and through discussion we may find the answer we are dreading?

    • We Not They Finally

      weeman, you want the radioactive readings now. So do we. But honestly, it is "out there," "loose." 1,946 different radionuclides, alpha, beta, gamma, many of which morph into each other in time, from multiple sources at that site, and indeterminate where the respective contamination has gone, either in the ground, water, or air circulating all around the world for 2-1/2 years and counting. PLUS whatever has already embedded itself in living organisms — plant, animal, human, everything. And the totals keep ESCALATING.

      Whatever we do, the readings will be SELECTIVE. But even all the selective readings seem to be horrifying, uncontrollable, and escalating.

      Whoever might somehow wind up with "a grand total" — maybe that person can have a nervous breakdown on behalf of the whole world! On the other hand, having even a rough idea of HOW BAD this is, might encourage people to research how to protect themselves against radioactive bombardment — at least nutritionally and with supplements.

  • timemachine2020 timemachine2020

    All the kings horses and all the kings men were not able to fix fukushima ever again! What part of there is NO fix don't they understand. As long as it rains and as long as it snows, there will be more(eternal)Oceanic contamination. The Pacific is toast. We are next. I could care less at this point as I have had a fairly full life at 53 however my heart bleeds for the innocent children and sea life that is being tortured without a choice. Everyone is focusing on unit 4 and seem to keep forgetting that units 1,2 and 3 cannot even be entered, not even by robot. How will those pools and assemblies ever going to be removed? Not gonna happen. Much worse coming on the Horizon! Sorry but I am a realist. Olympics my ass. NEVER GONNA HAPPEN IN JAPAN! Japan is living in a fairy tale that will have a nightmare ending. Coming to a theatre near you! Did you read about the explosion at the reactor in Pa 2 days ago? Its only a matter of time before we have our own fukushima here in the US with all those aging Mark1 bwr's! Every dime GE has and ever will have should be seized and spent on mediation in fukushima. But no!! Obama says there is nothing to worry about, so all must be well, right? If you like your nuke plant, you can keep your nuke plant!

    • timemachine2020 timemachine2020

      Here is the event I mentioned above

      On 11/5/13 at 1746 [EST], Beaver Valley Unit 1 Generator tripped on 'C' Transformer differential protection. The Unit was at 47%, so an automatic trip of the reactor was not expected. The reactor was tripped manually. Entered E-0 Reactor Trip Response. The Aux Feedwater Turbine Driven Pump automatically started as required and one motor driven pump was manually started.

      "At 1748, the control room received report of fire in the Turbine building. The deluge system had actuated and extinguished the fire in the Turbine plant mezzanine. Off-site assistance was staged and available.

      "At 1828, an Unusual Event was declared when fire brigade reports indications that an explosion and fire had occurred in a cable tray in the Unit 1 Turbine Mezzanine.

      "The [NRC] Resident Inspector was notified of the events that occurred.

      "At 1836, NRC [Resident Inspector] was notified of the Unusual Event.

      "Cause of the cable tray explosion and fire is being investigated."

  • Canuck1

    She says she lives in Australia? Don't eat European foods because it is 40% RADIATED? Scary.

    • We Not They Finally

      She got based in the U.S. when she started teaching at Harvard Medical School (she's a pediatrician.) And apparently has family in Boston. But she is native Australian and likely will be relocating her family back there. It's not even that she LIKES Australia better — she is upset what they have done with uranium mining. Just the relatively longer protection expected in the southern hemisphere.

      She's cautioned against European foods for a long time because of Chernobyl. But the U.S. food supply is being contaminated as we speak. And here there is not even a halt on Japanese imports. And contamination blown over goes into the U.S. sol and then contaminates the crops. We have to do our own research and shop carefully.

      Someone who was IMMENSELY committed to ongoing food and air testing was Michael Collins, But he "disappeared" a couple of weeks back, which is very upsetting.

    • Mack Mack

      Canuck1 —

      >> For you or anyone interested, here is a great website that shows the amounts of radiation in U.S. food from Chernobyl:

      >> This link shows how much radiation they measured from the Chernlobyl plume, country-by-country by country

      >> Anyway, it's a great website to look around and learn a lot.

    • razzz razzz

      That not what Dr. Caldicott actually said. She said the European land mass was 40% contaminated.

      Since radioactivity doesn't spread evenly, there are hot spots that know no borders. Getting non-radioactive food from Europe is iffy at best depending on where it was grown there.

      I have a hard time understanding why Mochizuki at Fukus' Diary would flee to Euroland looking for relief from Daiichi's fallout but flee he did and feels healthier for it including a recent visit of another Japanese family looking for refuge and said they felt healthier after leaving Japan and visiting Europe for a short time.

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        The entire world has been contaminated with this manmade radiation contamination..all of it in some form and/or fashion.

        Some of it is still hot and some is not, but during the Nuclear Bomb Tests they made sure nothing was left unscathed on Earth and it was a perfect deflection as researchers now look at our diets, lifestyles etc. as the cause of cancer etc.

        There can not be one medical research report/paper that is accurate anywhere on Earth after the Nuclear Bombs Tests and all the following core meltdowns blew and contaminated everything.

        That would be like taking a petrie dish and throwing invisible dust all over it..

        Its all a crap shoot now and we are throwing genetic dice and we are all sadly pissing in the wind looking the invisible ghost of death that we unleashed all by ourselves onto the planet's surface..

        Fukushima will now make matters much worse for the future..

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          Based on my above comment I would advise you review the map on page 16 since this is what helped determine the "baseline cancer rates" world wide and in the USA. This map is only representative of the damage done by this Nuclear Energy Technology inside the USA.

          Now you must take into account the rest of the world's nuclear bomb tests and then the accidents and all operations of Nuclear Power Plants also along with jet stream and ocean currents since this map only represents ground contact of radiation contamination.

          Are you safe anywhere from this Nuclear Technology? After Fuksuhima it will get much worse since radiation contamination is still bioaccumulating inside our Planet Earth's environment and that is the same one you, your animals, children and other biological life all live in. 🙁

          Time to Wake Up everyone you know… 🙂 Shut this Nuclear Technology down.. now!

    • Foggyworld

      Seems worse than that. Are Japanese cars and electronics coming into the US as pre-radiated toys?

  • Oncewaslost Oncewaslost

    Helen is about the single bravest woman on the planet, and almost single handidly provides teh best information.

    but as she often says, she is not a nuclear engineer of physicist and therefor relies on Gunderson to be "informed" and base her recommendations.

    So garbage in garbage out.

    That said. She is my single favourite anti nuclear crusader and I do hope she keeps on plugging away. She is 75 and I am sure she can think of couple of other things she would rather be doing with her "golden" years.

    You go girl! There is a special place in heaven for ya!

    • We Not They Finally

      Second the motion on Helen Caldicott. And she's a pediatrician, to boot, so she relates with enormous heartbreak to the outright killing of the childhood population in Japan.

  • lsmiaka

    "The locations and the condition of the melted fuel for these reactors remain a mystery. It apparently dropped to the containment vessels through the inner pressure vessels housing the reactor cores.

    In addition, TEPCO has not determined the extent of damage to the pressure and containment vessels.

    TEPCO plans to insert a small remote-control device equipped with a camera into the suppression pool in the bottom part of the containment vessel of the No. 1 reactor on Nov. 13 at the earliest to get an idea of the internal situation."

    Save the date…

  • J.

    Readers should listen the excellent new podcast from Gundersen on It discusses elimination of US whistleblower protections. The site also promotes Caldicott's newly issued book about nuclear power and the Bush regime.

  • Alpha1

    You go indeed, feel quite the opposite and am trying to work on a formula to protect r free radical exposure even if they are LEL.

    You know since things have happened they way they have and our group saw this years before it did and we told everyone and have been trying to raise funds to do the work we have been brought to many places to see the truth and have had much vision on health and publicly sharing to help.

    There is a way to protect your cells and yourself and your children, since the mainstream are sheeple lets get to the point of bringing ours and our house to be clean and help others to have knowledge about the true path man is on.

    It is your duty as a human to help, 53 I am your elder and I will never stop trying to spread the word and truth to my children, and work for cures and cures for the poison that is here on our planet. There is a way and has to be a team of people that have seen what we have. If not, then we will fly from this place to find another home. One we can keep greed and evil from destroying…

    This is not the only place there is life and I can only imagine what if life higher intelligence thinks about our dark filthy race.

  • Alpha1

    If there is anyone with like mind that wants to help in our cause please write us on these sites and help us to help eachother…

    • Gasser Gasser

      Ok Alpha 1 try this:

      Date: 07/14/2008

      The bicarbonate maple syrup cancer treatment focuses on delivering natural chemotherapy in a way that effectively kills cancer cells but significantly reduces the brutal side effects experienced with most standard chemotherapy treatments. In fact so great is the reduction that the dangers are brought down to zero. Costs, which are a factor for the majority of people, of this particular treatment are nil. Though this cancer treatment is very inexpensive, do not assume it is not effective. The bicarbonate maple syrup cancer treatment is a very significant cancer treatment every cancer patient should be familiar with and it can easily be combined with other safe and effective natural treatments.

      This cancer treatment is similar in principle to Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT). IPT treatment consists of giving doses of insulin to a fasting patient sufficient to lower blood sugar into the 50 mg/dl. In a normal person, when you take in sugar the insulin levels go up to meet the need of getting that sugar into the cells. In IPT they are artificially injecting insulin to deplete the blood of all sugar then injecting the lower doses of toxic chemo drugs when the blood sugar is driven down to the lowest possible value. During the low peak, it is said that the receptors are more sensitive and take on medications more rapidly and in higher amounts.


      • Gasser Gasser

        This cancer treatment is similar in principle to Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT). IPT treatment consists of giving doses of insulin to a fasting patient sufficient to lower blood sugar into the 50 mg/dl. In a normal person, when you take in sugar the insulin levels go up to meet the need of getting that sugar into the cells. In IPT they are artificially injecting insulin to deplete the blood of all sugar then injecting the lower doses of toxic chemo drugs when the blood sugar is driven down to the lowest possible value. During the low peak, it is said that the receptors are more sensitive and take on medications more rapidly and in higher amounts.

        The bicarbonate maple syrup treatment works in reverse to IPT. Dr. Tullio Simoncini acknowledges that cancer cells gobbles up sugar so when you encourage the intake of sugar it’s like sending in a Trojan horse. The sugar is not going to end up encouraging the further growth of the cancer colonies because the baking soda is going to kill the cells before they have a chance to grow. Instead of artificially manipulating insulin and thus forcefully driving down blood sugar levels to then inject toxic chemo agents we combine the sugar with the bicarbonate and present it to the cancer cells, which at first are going to love the present. But not for long!


        • Gasser Gasser

          This treatment is a combination of pure, 100% maple syrup and baking soda and was first reported on the Cancer Tutor site. When mixed and heated together, the maple syrup and baking soda bind together. The maple syrup targets cancer cells (which consume 15 times more glucose than normal cells) and the baking soda, which is dragged into the cancer cell by the maple syrup, being very alkaline forces a rapid shift in pH killing the cell. The actual formula is to mix one part baking soda with three parts (pure, 100%) maple syrup in a small saucepan. Stir briskly and heat the mixture for 5 minutes. Take 1 teaspoon daily, is what is suggested by Cancer Tutor but one could probably do this several times a day.

          “There is not a tumor on God’s green earth that cannot be licked with a little baking soda and maple syrup.” That is the astonishing claim of controversial folk healer Jim Kelmun who says that this simple home remedy can stop and reverse the deadly growth of cancers. His loyal patients swear by the man they fondly call Dr. Jim and say he is a miracle worker. “Dr. Jim cured me of lung cancer,” said farmer Ian Roadhouse. “Those other doctors told me that I was a goner and had less then six months to live. But the doc put me on his mixture and in a couple of months the cancer was gone. It did not even show up on the x-rays.”

          • Gasser Gasser


            somewhere in the middle of the last century when he was treating a family plagued by breast cancer. There were five sisters in the family and four of them had died of breast cancer. He asked the remaining sister if there was anything different in her diet and she told him that she was partial to sipping maple syrup and baking soda. Since then, reported by a newspaper in Ashville, North Carolina, Dr. Jim dispensed this remedy to over 200 people diagnosed with terminal cancer and amazingly he claims of that number 185 lived at least 15 more years and nearly half enjoyed a complete remission of their disease. When combined with other safe and effective treatments like transdermal magnesium therapy, iodine, vitamin C, probiotics and other items like plenty of good sun exposure, pure water and clay treatments we should expect even higher remission rates.


            • Gasser Gasser


              It is very important not to use baking soda which has had aluminum added to it. The Cancer Tutor site reports that Arm and Hammer does have aluminum but the company insists that is not true. One can buy a product which specifically states it does not include aluminum or other chemicals. (e.g. Bob's Red Mill, Aluminum-Free, Baking Soda). Sodium bicarbonate is safe, extremely inexpensive and unstoppably effective when it comes to cancer tissues. It’s an irresistible chemical, cyanide to cancer cells for it hits the cancer cells with a shock wave of alkalinity, which allows much more oxygen into the cancer cells than they can tolerate. Cancer cells cannot survive in the presence of high levels of oxygen. Studies have already shown how manipulation of tumor pH with sodium bicarbonate enhances some forms of chemotherapy.[iii]


              • Gasser Gasser


                “The therapeutic treatment of bicarbonate salts can be administered orally, through aerosol, intravenously and through catheter for direct targeting of tumors,” says oncologist Dr. Tullio Simoncini. “Sodium bicarbonate administered orally, via aerosol or intravenously can achieve positive results only in some tumors, while others – such as the serious ones of the brain or the bones – remain unaffected by the treatment.”


                • Gasser Gasser


                  The maple syrup apparently enables and increases penetration of bicarbonate into all compartments of body, even those which are difficult or impossible to penetrate by other means. These compartments include the central nervous system (CNS), through the blood-brain barrier, joints, solid tumors, and perhaps even the eyes. IPT makes cell membranes more permeable, and increases uptake of drugs into cells. The maple syrup will make tissues more permeable, too. It will transport the bicarbonate across the blood-brain barrier and every other barrier in the body for sugar is universally needed by all cells in the body. The essence of IPT is that it allows cancer drugs to be given in a smaller dose, far less toxic to normal cells, while building up lethally toxic concentrations in cancer cells. Both IPT and bicarbonate maple syrup treatments use the rabid growth mechanisms of the cancer cell against them.


                  • Gasser Gasser


                    Dr. Jim did not have contact with Dr. Simoncini and did not know that he is the only oncologist in the world who would sustain the combining of sugar with bicarbonate. Dr. Simoncini always directs his patients to dramatically increase sugar intake with his treatments but has never thought to mix the two directly by cooking them together. Because his treatments depend on interventionist radiologists who insert catheters to direct the bicarbonate as close to the affected area as possible, or physicians willing to do expensive intravenous treatments, I pushed bicarbonate up into the number six slot in the IMVA cancer protocol. With the discovery of Dr. Jim’s work bicarbonate comes back into our number three spot right behind magnesium chloride and iodine.


                    • Gasser Gasser


                      That number three slot for a brief time was held by hemp oil containing THC. The great advantage that maple syrup and bicarbonate treatment has over this type hemp oil is that it is legal thus easily obtainable. The two together, backed by a solid protocol of other nutritional substances makes winning the war on cancer almost a certainty. When using these substances it is safer to change one’s vocabulary and not say one is treating and curing cancer. Far better to conceptualize that one is treating the infectious aspect of cancer, the fungus and yeast colonies and the yeast like bacteria that are the cause of TB.

                      Dr. Simoncini says that, “In some cases, the aggressive power of fungi is so great as to allow it, with only a cellular ring made up of three units, to tighten in its grip, capture and kill its prey in a short time notwithstanding the prey's desperate struggling. Fungus, which is the most powerful and the most organized micro-organism known, seems to be an extremely logical candidate as a cause of neoplastic proliferation.”


                    • Gasser Gasser


                      pH of the blood is the most important factor to

                      determine the state of the microorganisms in the blood.

                      “Sodium bicarbonate therapy is harmless, fast and effective because it is extremely diffusible. A therapy with bicarbonate for cancer should be set up with strong dosage, continuously, and with pauseless cycles in a destruction work which should proceed from the beginning to the end without interruption for at least 7-8 days. In general a mass of 2-3-4 centimeters will begin to consistently regress from the third to the fourth day, and collapses from the fourth to the fifth,” says Dr Simoncini.

                      There are many ways to use sodium bicarbonate and it is a universal drug like iodine and magnesium chloride. Raising pH increases the immune system's ability to kill bacteria, concludes a study conducted at The Royal Free Hospital and School of Medicine in London. Viruses and bacteria that cause bronchitis and colds thrive in an acidic environment. To fight a respiratory infection and dampen symptoms such as a runny nose and sore throat, taking an alkalizing mixture of sodium bicarbonate and potassium bicarbonate will certainly help.


                    • Gasser Gasser


                      The apple cider vinegar 1/4 teaspoon and 1/4 teaspoon baking soda taken 2 times or more a day is another treatment as is lemon and baking soda, or lime and baking soda formulas. Perhaps honey could be substituted for maple syrup for those who live in parts of the world where maple syrup is not available but to my knowledge no one has experimented with this.

                      Mark Sircus Ac., OMD

                      Director International Medical Veritas Association
                      This was  from
                      here are two other sites you can go 


                    • Gasser Gasser


                      Twice in 3 years I beat cancer with this recipe and today @ 72 I’m racing off road motorcycles and tomorrow I got a two day 400 mi “lava Butt’ Dual-Sport ride happening…Aloha!

                      Gassers recipe 
                      1. Recipe; 2 tbs of "Bob's Red Mill Baking Soda" add 6 tbs organic dark Maple syrup.
                      2. With spoon> mix in small sauce pan held at 45 degrees to keep it in a small corner area, over low  heat.
                      3. It will take about 5 minutes of stirring for the mixture to become all foam the color of Maple syrup.
                      4. Once all the liquid has foamed causing the two components to bind.
                      5. Let the foam sit at room temp for an hour and it will turn back into a liquid.
                      I personally don't like the taste of this stuff so to get past that;
                      6. Go to the Health food store and get 3 bag's of 100 large OOO size gel caps, or buy them by bulk.
                      7. Go to any hardware store and get an all purpose syringe (I used a printer ink cartridge filler syringe and cut the tip back for a lager 3/16th orffice making it easer to suck up the thick liquid)
                      8. Suck up all the syrup into the syringe, fill the gel caps.
                      9. Fill 16 cap’s, I did 8 cap's upon awakening and 8 at bed time for 3 weeks, you can take more if you want…more is better but may cause loose stool (never trust a fart)
                      10. Plan your daily dosage strategy, be consistent.

                    • We Not They Finally

                      Gasser, thank you SO MUCH for this invaluable info. We have a friend just diagnosed with cancer and no one can stop the surgery, but we are EXTREMELY dubious of chemo and radiation. We're compiling alternatives, and pray that we will be listened to.

                      Just have an EXTREME reservation about ever giving insulin to a non-diabetic. It is WAY too unpredictable how much a unit of insulin will lower the blood sugar. It's highly dangerous and should not be done AT ALL!! Fasting can lower blood sugar.

                      But the other info is great. We're also looking into zeolite, which is apparently fantastic at scooping up free radicals.

                      What Christina Consolo ("radchick") says is that everyone should start treating themselves like a cancer patient because the epidemic will get so bad. I think that's a good idea in terms of healthful, easily-done remedies like baking soda.

                      We had been using Armandhammer as the label just says "baking soda" — nothing added. But we will investigate this now, thanks to you.

                    • razzz razzz

                      Seek and destroying certain cells would be considered 'targeted therapy' versus chemo which is 'indiscriminate therapy' and attacks healthy cells also.

                      Whatever brings relief is a good thing.

  • Nick

    Helen tells it like it is.

    My take from all this is we have entered into a phase of great sorrow.

    Take a moment to watch some children play, knowing full well that the future we are bestowing upon them is a bleak and painful one. If you are like me, it is impossible not to, at times, be hit with waves of overwhelming sadness and grief.

    Now look at what plans you have for the future. Does any of it matter?

    The only way forward is to live what we have now. Fully. I don't mean party. But rather showing some sort of compassion for those around you. Life literally has become too short for us all.

    Folks abhor doomsayers. So let's be life-livers.

    Nuclear power plants can never ever just fade away into a glorious sunset. That is a dream.
    But their nightmare will, absolutely, and unequivocally, haunt us forever.

    • lilclover

      Beautifully said, Nick. I feel EXACTLY the same way. :O(

    • We Not They Finally

      Life livers to the ultimate yes…If we live completely in the present and with the understanding that is the only way to make sense of the ultimate outcome……yes…At least until the end comes that makes the most sense.The people we trust have their estimates so be it. Our job is to live life fully with as much love and kindness we can give.Im still asking for a major miracle.Heidegger the german existentialist was right. The personal death is inevitable But death for life of our planet is beyond everything..So be completely who you are now and forever…

  • vicky13 vicky13

    Just got this on my FB feed,,

    News – Fukushima Nearing Another Disaster – Humankind's Most Dangerous Moment?

    Good interview with Paul Gunter, Beyond Nuclear, joins Thom Hartmann.

  • From the Asahi Shinbum artlicle. " TEPCO plans to transfer the 1,533 nuclear fuel assemblies to a “storage pool for common use” 100 meters west of the No. 4 reactor." Please note fuel from troubled fuel pool 4 is only going a hundred yards away to common spent fuel pool. Lots and lots of plutonium trapped in the thousands of rods and please anyone how earthquake proof is thecommon spentfuel pool and what about any effort to dry cask all them rods? Oh yeah. No money.
    Ms. Caldicutt is a real trooper. Cant get her vid right now but it is a no brainer money needed to fix radiation bleed into the pacific isnt gonna happen. Oh well. TepJapGov will show ongoing profits with O'Bummers bright eyed cooperation. So I guess its all good. Right?

  • Grampybone Grampybone

    The cores are now contacting elements that are not concrete. Estimated 100cm for reactors 1&2 and 70cm for reactor 3. I believe reactors 1&2 are far more likely to have more fuel at the bottom of the containment vessels considering the two Nuclear explosions happened from Reactor 3 and Spent Fuel Pool 4. SFP 4 is the devil in the atmospheric contamination calculation problem because it too went to nuclear temperatures emitting yellow and orange EMP signatures. Units 1&2 could easily have been more hydrogen based explosions resulting in a less powerful outward detonation leaving more fuel at the bottom of each. I can't rule out that it was not a nuclear explosion at unit 1&2 due to an inability to see inside the thick clouds of black smoke. A hydrogen explosion at 1&2 would be a good excuse for TEPCO to hide behind if indeed it was actually nuclear. Worst case. It was nuclear and less powerful leaving over 80% of the melted cores in 1&2 at the bottom of containment. Best case. It was a hydrogen explosion in both and more than 60% of the fuel was ejected into the atmosphere. It's real gamblin man's odds if you like bad outcomes all around.

    • weeman

      Do all nuclear explosions produce a EMP? I always thought that this would have been something that we should have Persaud to prove, that yes indeed there was a nuclear detonation and it would have left a signature that we the layman could have detected or proved?

      • Grampybone Grampybone

        Nuclear explosions create EMP when the isotopes discharge from collision at temperatures defined by their atomic structure. (CERN). Proving that Fukushima is nuclear is being pieced together from information collected in Tokyo and 20km from the explosions by identifying Iron/Plutonium and Xenon bonded clusters of Iodine/Cesium. A monumental task to calculate, but one some theoretical physics nuts are trying to crack regardless. It's not weather a nuclear reaction happened, its a matter of how many.

        • weeman

          Tokyo/Japan would never ever admit to that, the Japanese people would be to say the least horrified, can't leave it to them?

          • Grampybone Grampybone

            Data from TEPCO is not released to government or the public. Government information already examined and analyzed. They don't know because TEPCO won't tell. Outside data collectors from other nations have done well to give us the data to know it was a nuclear detonation based on advanced shock wave examination in high motion capture video. Some brilliant scientists made this discovery and published it in the German press. Too bad it never made it to the rest of the world.

            • Foggyworld

              'TEPCO won't tell." If the Japanese government is letting that go on, maybe China ought to intervene because they will be big recipients of the blowback.

              Putin seems to be on the ball about this stuff for obvious reasons and he might just join China in really taking a stand that leaders in North America are obviously not up to.

  • Seeker

    Can someone please tell me where the 50 year extinction number originated?

    On Monday Shimastu ( gave 5 years for all life on earth, though 50 if the whole plant is blown up. (It sounded like he thinks there is no other "solution.") Please listen and give me your impressions; especially IF HE WAS JUST throwing out those two spans of time to make a point rather than being literal.

    He and Rense also talk about Collins,= a 20 year incarceration if Collins didn't agree to retire.
    Shimatsu said that risk will not stop him. He's as brave as Helen for sure.

    • babbo dorian babbo dorian

      To me, all nombres shown by everybody are justo conjetural …. nobody has a real assestment forma any …. 300 tons of water, 50 years, …. and all of them does not mean anything forma us ….
      The really importante numbers are hidden …. pu contamination, cáncer increasing rates, I mean, numbers that could show us how deadly important this is … but,
      If everybody vides numbers es because they are deadly and increasing every single day till extintion…. no matter how many days….. ELE…
      Sorry to say so but…. just consider this only as an opinión…

    • dharmasyd dharmasyd

      I really don't believe anyone can ascertain a valid number here. There are too man variables, and too little concrete data, which would be necessary for any true research. I just don't think anyone knows when we have so damaged the gene pool that further life is impossible.

      Nevertheless, Caldicott did have something to say about one isotope.
      I don't have the numbers &/or info exact on this, but a year and a half or so ago, Helen had estimated that it would take something like 40 to 50 genrations (at 20 yrs per generation this would equal 800 years) for the complete effects of one of the more common isotopes to be fully realied. I believe she was speaking of Caesium 137, but I'm not sure; and I don't care to go on a hunt right now.

  • Socrates

    When any risk of a known potential is undertaken, the risk-taker must accept that he has lost the wager.

    The Japanese and other governments have decided to take risks of infinite potential damage.

    Such risks should never be taken.

    Back in 1967, a contractor decided to cut down the hillside almost 100 feet to save money. The tsunami resistence was eliminated. Infinite damages were risked. The perfect storm occurred, a risk of potentially infinite damage happened.

    There are also many combinations and permutations of factors that could take out the cooling system of a reactor. Then infinite damages will occur.

    I discussed this simple risk management with a Westinghouse engineer back in 1979. He said that being 99.9% safe was good enough. He discounted the portion of the equation where the damages could be infinite. He held many patents he had transferred to Westinghouse under his contract. Who won that bet, he or I?

    Nuclear energy is Russian Roulette. The infinite consequence risk should never be taken if you cannot afford to lose the bet. We have lost the bet taken by a few greedy contractors almost fifty years ago. This wrong-headed thinking combined with advanced technology capable of such complete destruction has destroyed our world. It looks like it is too late in nuclear gambling on this planet.

    • Socrates

      It will be interesting to see the final scenario unfold where the truth of my assertion dawns on people who assented to such risk taking.

      The inducement to take such an infinite potential risk was not a life-and-death situation such as drinking water out of a well that might be poisoned when one is dying of thirst. It was blind greed and ambition.

      They can no longer keep the infinite consequences from the press. Rather than to assign blame, we need to eliminate taking of infinite risks, no matter how remote the possibility. That eliminates nuclear energy, in my opinion.

      Fukushima proves that an infinite-consequence risk can never be justified.

    • nedlifromvermont

      This is all rehash … from the 70's … when in-house engineers at GE complained about their company (GE) building flimsy reactors which would not withstand "the dynamic loads of a core melt accident" … … true story …. and even into the 1980's NRC officials mulled shutting down the entire GE Boiling Water Reactor fleet, but demuured … not wanting to offend the big, bad bully in the room (GE for Global Exterminators) … and … and …

      oh well … see what happens when you let the obscenely rich and powerful get their way …

      I agree with Socrates … the gamble was not worth the risk, and the risk was downplayed and undersold, as the benefits were hyped and oversold …

      oh weh oh weh!

      peace to the 'newsers!

      the Germans have a word: "Groessenwahnsinnig" which roughly translates to absolute power corrupts absolutely … or weakly as megalomania … they use it to describe Hitler's eventual madness …

      It would appear to be applicable to the executives at post war, uranium-obsessed General Electric Co.

      "Kindly step away from your stock certificates and dividend checks …"

      "Move along now people, there really is nothing here for you to see …"

      The crime is invisible and has already been committed.

      • Socrates

        They were warned repeatedly. They absolutely gambled with the future of humanity. They knowingly retaliated agaisnt whistleblowers. Careers were ruined, some were killed. Now billions may die aftef prolonged bouts of cancer, sudden heart attacks, mutations in newborns, stillbirths, cretinism.

        The multinational corporate cabals can simply walk away from the train wreck they created, taking their profits with them.

        I got news for them: living in a gated community is no protection from the long term effects of radiation.

        The story posted by Obewan about the Mafia having dumped all that waste from German nuclear processing into Naples, Italy, and the subsequent cover up by the Italian government reminds one of the analogous situation inFukushima.

        The powers that be tell us not to create panic by telling the truth about their crimes. Why do they worry? There would be lawsuits already if there were not immunities granted to themselves by our silly little puppet politicians who dance on strings for the puppet masters.

        Rule number one should be that he who produces nuclear waste or fallout remains permanently liable for the effects. There is no other way to prevent this from continuing. Rule number two is an international nuclear crimes court.

    • Foggyworld

      If the blowback was limited to Japan's committing Hari Kari, so be it. But where is it written that a single nation can risk the lives of millions of people and also contaminate the Pacific Ocean?

      It is stunning to me that the leaders at least of nations that border the Pacific Ocean are not uniting to tell Japan, no more. Tepco has to go and Japanese control of the project does too.

      Time to start emailing.

  • zardoz2012 zardoz2012

    If more people are alive now then the sum total of all of the people alive in the history of the world then if we all die from Fukushima Daiichi we are a complete failure as a species, with over 50% of the sum total of all human beings that ever existed dying from the same screw up.

    Think about it. The next few years are going to be interesting.

    What an amazing time to be alive! To be alive at The End!!!

    • Socrates

      Exponential growth in risk-taken has put the clock at five minutes to mid-night by those who understand the risk of nuclear war and nuclear meltdowns.

      There are other risks of climate change and avian flu, etc.

      I don't believe in end times but have always believed that humans lack wisdom. They jump for the greasy pig if there is money to be made or power to be asserted.

      Human nature is homicidal. They intended to kill nobody but were reckless enough to kill everyone.

      If I shoot a pistol into a passing train saying, "I sure hope this bullet does not kill anyone," I still acted with malice – that man-endangering state of mind.

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        Very enjoyable.. 🙂

        • zardoz2012 zardoz2012

          Obiwan, as scary and depressing as this all is, I can tell you understand where all of this is headed.

          The planet was diagnosed with a fatal disease the moment man crawled out of the ocean. We fulfilled our promise to terraform the planet. I am convinced that we are planet killers put here to destroy it. I have no doubts of this now after this ELE.

          But at least we had fun while we were doing it. A lot of good times, deep emotional feelings and acts of love. These are the only things that make what we do worthwhile.

          Now that are mission is almost complete, I wondering if deadly viruses are like us? I mean, I know that they destroy their hosts, but do they think and feel and listen to music like us too? You never know.

          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            Zar, It is all very sad but then we are still alive and you and others here are on the very leading edge of knowledge and we are all part of the new change required to save our future generations and the planet itself from this Nuclear Technology Application path.

            Tremendous damage has already been done in the recent past and more will be done in the future from using this Nuclear Technology on Planet Earth.

            We Humans do not need to be the virus killing the planet and we can change course but we must all move very quickly…

            Bitch Slaps for those supporting Nuclear are advised in between lots of Party on!

      • Kassandra

        I've concluded that end times were prophesies spoken by those who understood fully the depths of our failings.

        Think about carnal appetites. We have understood forever that we would engineer our own failure.

        But there are also some transcendent virtues, mostly LOVE and CARE.

        They represent the path toward's our species' salvation, a material salvation.

        Too late?

        • Socrates

          Humans have both desirable and undesirable traits. Advanced technology allows a few evil people to damage billions of others. Financial profits are maximized by privatizing profits and externaling costs – such as dumping radioactive waste into the water, atmosphere, and land.

          We are witnessing these people, using their system of legal immunities destroy the biophere for private profits while others pay for the products or services and then are sickened or killed.

          Try reading how asbestos companies knowingly sold and manufactured asbestos for profit. The company documents which can be found on the internet reveal joking about all those who will die horrible deaths. This went on for 50 years or more.

          I would like to see advertisements for lawfirms who would sue nuclear waste producers just like they do for asbestos. Legal liability is the best regulator because it cannot be bought off or offshored into toothless international bodies that cover it up.

        • zardoz2012 zardoz2012

          I agree with you but I must admit that I am one of those people who have the appetite you describe. And even while facing the real possibility of extinction I still have trouble imagining my life being any different than it is now. I was born into this way of thinking; I see the world as one big party where all of my garbage goes down some mysterious black hole of a garbage chute.

          I am a product of our flawed society. I guess we are going to have to go down with the ship, not as passengers, but as actual pieces of the deck.

          I mean, I can't imagine a world without easy access to unlimited amounts of electricity. Can you? I was not made for that world. That's another world that I will have to be born into to understand.

          • Kassandra

            Totally with you on this.

            That is the problem. We are ruled by our appetites even when we know better because it seems like the most fun.

            I'm just trying to channel them productively….exercise is good.


            Recently, however, I've found my appetites waning and I'm worried that bio-accumulation has occurred.

          • DUDe DisasterInterpretationDissorder

            Hi zardov2012 , i don't know if it is possible for you but i strongly recommend taking some basic survival class .
            It is a challenge , but also very much adventure fun , because parts of you will come to live that you did not know existed , OLD parts , censored parts older than this artificial flawed society thinking forced upon you from birth…
            Coming back in to your house , drinkable (errr..used to be )
            water from the tap for example will never look the same..

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          Never to late… 🙂

    • pinksailmatt pinksailmatt

      Well…the Mayan calender did end in 2012. Lucky guess?

  • Gradius

    I really don't see any more solution for this. They dropped almost 440,000T into the Pacific, how you can stop that? Is impossible, because it already happened.

  • wetpwcas1 wetpwcas1

    What's up with you tube? Google taking over for the NSA so folks can't share information vital to ones own well being & of their family.
    What if I don't want to use G+? This is forcing you do do some thing you don't want to.
    Fukushima was covered up from day 1 to protect the investors & pro nuclear power/weapons complex. FOIA Reports at has made a difference. There are 6 plants & 5 & 6 don't get much coverage, surely they will add to the amount of radiation that flows into the Pacific. Our childern & their children & their childern needs the best support & truth right now to teach them what it will take to survive.

  • pkjn

    Japan lawmaker reprimanded after emperor letter hits nerve
    TOKYO Fri Nov 8, 2013
    (Reuters) –
    On Friday, Parliament's upper house barred Yamamoto from attending events with the imperial family and issued a stern warning, an official said.
    Yamamoto, an actor and anti-nuclear activist elected to the upper house in July, said he had wanted to tell the emperor about the "endangered future" of Japanese children due to health problems from Fukushima.
    A vast swathe of land remains off-limits, while traces of radioactive contamination have been found in rice and far out in the Pacific Ocean.
    The issue of nuclear reactors is a minus for the government, and that's one probable reason the reaction is so strong.

    • pinksailmatt pinksailmatt

      Yes, of course…shoot the messenger. Put your fingers in your ears and hummmmmmmmm real loud. Don't upset the elite. Why? Is it that THEY were the real ones that Jack was talking about when he said "You can't handle the truth"? Are THEY the ones that really freak out?

      • Foggyworld

        The man that delivered that letter to the Emperor was beyond brave given the culture but I wonder really if the Japanese people even saw that in the news or on television.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Please someone build this guy a nuke him a bomb..that it might blow up in his face…

    I Want a Nuclear Energy Plant in My Backyard, and So Do Some of My Neighbors
    Nov 7 2013

    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

      Please do not call for more nuclear energy plants or nuclear bombs to be built. There is already enough plutonium circling the world every 40 days to kill all the humans on earth over 400 times.

      Just move him near any nuclear power plant and let him suffer all the ill effects of nuclear radiation released every day from any nuclear power plant.

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      When you go full circle with these very recent global warming theories and that the planet will increase in temperatures thus promoting Nuclear as the solution one has to scratch their heads in wonder.

      James Hansen was critical in the promotion of the global warming theory and now he is specifically pushing Nuclear Power as the primary solution?

      Is this by chance or by a very well planned orchestrated purpose/collusion/conspiracy created by the Nuclear Industry Cabal themselves? I believe so! 🙁

      WE are all being hoodwinked once again.. 🙁

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Daily Kos..I see you the running numbers.
    Comparing Nuclear to an industry that has evaded regulation for years..coal.
    Do you really think this is just a financial equation?

    Comparing numbers..checking the bottom RUDE.
    And debate…time consuming when all efforts should be spent on telling the truth as to the on-going situation at Fukushima Npp.
    But you'll figure it out.

    Nuclear Power is Our Friend.
    Nov 7 2013

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Look at the Guardian..just because they are in hot water with the government..doesn't mean they have to go with the story..or does it?

    "Gazing down at the glassy surface of the spent fuel pool inside the No 4 reactor building at Fukushima Daiichi, it is easy to underestimate the danger posed by the highly toxic contents of its murky depths."

    Might we see the glassy surface of the spent fuel pool?

    "The man who will oversee the delicate operation played down fears of a major accident. "The potential for another disaster is very close to impossible," said the plant's chief, Akira Ono. "Removing spent fuel is done at any ordinary nuclear power plant, and the equipment and methods we'll be using here are not that different."

    Why..they are using the same type equipment..that they would use on a reactor that hadn't blown to hell?..that'll fix it..

    Fukushima nuclear clean-up enters critical phase

    • Foggyworld

      The methods that they are proposing to use are nothing like the methods used in functioning plants where the rods are picked up by a computer controlled robotic arm that theoretically allows for no movement other than up.

      In Fukushima they can't go that route because the rods are not perfectly straight and clean so they will use a robotic arm that will be guided by a human being. And one wonders based on their using street people in debt for the rest of the project, who will be guiding that arm. I keep wondering if a neurosurgeon would be the best choice and yet can't think that a person that educated would consider taking on the job. Tepco is keeping quiet about the human element involved here.

  • rockyourworld

    what homeowner doesnt want a nuke plant in their backyard devaluing their home and property by at least 50%?

  • pinksailmatt pinksailmatt

    These shills like Rod Adams just floor me.

    They are unable to even comprehend the idea of reducing consumption on the consumer side of the equation.

    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

      He isn't just a shill. He is part of the nuclear industry. There was a scandal recently about a sham nuclear company that he advised investors to invest in. He is just a con artist arguing for himself so he can make more money. He considers people as objects to exploit.

      • DUDe DisasterInterpretationDissorder

        Hi anne

        quote "He considers people as objects to exploit."

        That is one of the criteria to recognise a psychopath iirc.
        Such a lack of empathy other humans or living beings become animated object's for personal gain/pleasure..

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    My post above ..ya..a bit flaming.
    But proposing more opportunities for people to accidently expose themselves to even low dose radiation is ridiculous.
    And the end product of nuclear materials production is WEAPONS.

    I was just trying to give the fellow what he wants..
    Can't blame me for that..

  • Alpha1

    Paid to lie just like Arnie!!! Not to strike fear and mass panick the worlds largest cover-up maybe Helen from Australia does a good call thing but in all actuality they know what we already feared long ago.

    Read… do research into the letter… but it backs up what you have been saying. I am so excited we will be able to move on creating ways to clean this mess up or at least protect us going forward. Hopefully we can find away to preserve nature and the other innocent creatures.

  • Alpha1

    That is correct, all mankind needs to step up and cause shutdown of all reactors world wide as we move to replace them with feasible technologies that are already proven to replace said.

    Of coarse no easy task but with the help of our brothers and sisters we can cause a movement that will shut them and permanently. Since this Fuk U Shima is already a picture of what is to come if we continue the Nuke power race the most dangerous most expensive and dirties of all forms of energy.

    United we stand and Divided we shall all fall!!!!

  • Nick

    We need more nuclear power plants to create electrons for our ever-growing server needs so that the computing power on our smart-phones can be processed by more surveillance of our personal data.

    Who cares if radiation leaking from same power plants is invisible, tasteless, and odorless, we will be too busy Facebooking, net surfing, photo-sharing, and yakking to even notice?

    Oops. Guess we're already there.

    Sarcasm aside, Helen's insights shine a light on the black darkness of our power generating dilemma.

  • irhologram

    2013-11-06 – Electrical explosion and fire takes one unit offline at nuclear plant in Shippingport (Pennsylvania):

    Quote: "A Beaver County nuclear power plant remains offline today as workers with FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Co. check damage from an explosion and electrical wiring fire that broke out Tuesday evening."

    This phenomenon is much like all the 'electrical fires that are flash burning/exploding vehicles, but with greater implications.. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. It's also a heavier-than-air gas that accumulates in low-lying areas, and sinks into water when the wind isn't blowing it around. All nuclear plants require water for cooling, and so they were built in low-lying areas next to water. This nuclear plant sits next to the Ohio River.

    Is the GridExII drill really a false flag to merge the military with public utilities? Is it for the stated purpose of to preparing for cyber-terror? Or is this mega-drill in preparation for an ELE, methane/H2S, worldwide, grid failure?

  • irhologram

    Cont. So what does this mean, and where are we? We couldn't (or didn't) stop atmospheric contamination, and daily we observe it worsening. Will the grid completely collapse? Rather than think "conspiracy," isn't it wise to conduct grid failure training, as planned in GridExii, Nov. 13-14? GridEx is a biennial international grid security exercise to identify actionable response from the Department of Homeland Security, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Read: INTERNATIONAL

    To usages of utility workers, business executives, National Guard officers, F.B.I. antiterrorism experts and officials from government agencies in the United States, Canada and Mexico, more than 150 companies and organizations, have signed up to participate in this emergency drill

    Their stated goal is to simulate physical attacks and cyberattacks that could take down large sections of the power grid. Yet, it isn't a stretch to assume "they" are aware of the multiple dozens of underground electric substation and transformer fires this year alone, escalating, and with no end in sight.

  • irhologram

    "This is different from a hurricane that hits X, Y and Z counties in the Southeast and they have a loss of power for three or four days,” said the official in charge of the drill, Brian M. Harrell of the North American Electric Reliability Corporation, known as NERC. “We really want to go beyond that," and explore how governments would react as the loss of the grid crippled the supply chain for everyday necessities. Read: CRIPPLED the supply chain long term.

    Mr. Harrell said that this exercise will be carried out in a "more anxious mood" than an industry exercise with 75 utilities, companies and agencies two years ago, which was based on the expectation that electricity “would be up and running relatively quick." Read: ANXIOUS (GridEx 2011 was on November 16-17, 201i. Principle conclusion: Significant horizontal communication occurs across industry, but vertical information sharing to NERC and government agencies is limited due to concerns about compliance implications. Read report: ),

    Drawing utilities and the government closer, the energy industry, comprised of 5,800 major power plants and 450,000 miles of high-voltage transmission lines, recently established the Electricity Sub-Sector Coordinating Council, the sponsor of this drill, made up of high-level executives and federal officials.

  • irhologram

    Is it alarming that the government and public utilities are now merging? Well, yes, but can you suggest an alternative? Ninety-nine percent of military facilities rely on commercial power, according to the White House. "They have the intelligence operation, the standing army, the three-letter agencies,” said Scott Aaronson, senior director of national security policy at the Edison Electric Institute, the trade association of investor-owned utilities. “We have the grid operations expertise.”

    Allegedly this drill is about coping with cyber attack, yet substation failures and non-weather related power outages are NOW epidemic due to non-terrorist explosions and fires. But as to government adding competence to utility expertise, you be the judge: Thank God, or “Inside Job”? — $2 Billion NSA Spy Center is Going Up in Flames. from The Fiscal Times:

    The National Security Agency’s $2 billion mega spy center is going up in flames.

    Technical glitches have sparked fiery explosions within the NSA’s newest and largest data storage facility in Utah, destroying hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of equipment, and delaying the facility’s opening by one year.

    And no one seems to know how to fix it. For a country that prides itself on being a technology leader, not knowing the electrical capacity requirements for a system as large as this is inexcusable. Read More @

  • irhologram

    Here is a list since Nov. 1, 2013, of power failures in substations, not including exploding transformers:

    2013-11-04 – Underground electrical fire breaks out in coastal Manhattan (New York), 100 people evacuated:

    Quote: "In the same neighborhood about a year ago, several cars caught on fire after a series of manhole explosions below ground, according to CBS New York."

    Quote: "Fireman quote: 'If I wasn't gettin' paid, I wouldn't be standin' here right now. Could blow any second.'"

  • irhologram

    2013-11-04 – Underground electrical explosion hits Whitstable (Britain), 100 homes go dark:

    2013-11-04 – Power outage hits Matanuska (Alaska) area, 14,000 buildings go dark:

    Quote: "An equipment problem at a substation north of Eagle River caused the outage, which affected the Eagle River, Birchwood, Chugiak and Peters Creek areas…"

    2013-11-03 – Tunnel catches fire at power plant in Lawrenceburg (Indiana):

    Mystery explosion at Iran’s Arak heavy water reactor
    DEBKA ^ | November 3, 2013 | DEBKAfile

  • irhologram

    2013-11-02 – Underground electrical fire breaks out in coastal Santa Barbara (California):

    2013-11-02 – Power outage takes out rail system in coastal Taiwan:

    2013-11-01 – Underground electrical explosion and fire hits Kingston (New York), near the Hudson River and the East Coast:

  • irhologram

    Methane/H2S + Grid failures = Grid drill 11/13.

  • irhologram

    N SEA outage update — Up to 43,000 out. Breaker failure w/in substation. Full cause TBD. Power fully restored by

  • irhologram

    2013-11-07 – Explosion hits power substation in coastal Auckland (New Zealand), 46,000 homes and businesses go dark:

  • Jebus Jebus

    Hey Admin, can we get a "Effects From Rising Methane Levels" forum?

  • irhologram

    ÖWow. Jebus, coming from you, who razed me like crazy, along with Trawling4trolls, regarding the possible H2S related brake failure (which I subsequently illustrated with science-based analysis) and the spontaneous ignition start of the Lac Megantic train wreck (considering vehicles of all sorts are spontaneously starting themselves: cars, trains, boats, law mowers…and wasn't there a spontaneous-start fire. in that nuke medical research fire…can't exactly remover the details this minute). So, I'm grateful you now see the merit in discussing world-wide, societal effects of methane/H2S. If the administrator would like, I'd happily supply stories. I'm working on what I project to be an e-book. I'm mesmerized by the research. It draws me forward. Many nuclear facilities and military nuclear vessels have been affected. All sectors are now well into this phenom.

    That's assuming you weren't, tongue-in-cheek, polite(ishly) inviting me to stop posting on this thread. Given your former zingers, I gotta ask!! Lol

    Among others, I am working on data compilation and could post ene stories on:
    Sudden death syndrome
    Unexplained multiple deaths
    Unexplained, sudden onset, mass illness
    Human spontaneous combustion
    Sports illness and death
    NPPs, medical facilities, military vessels and transport incidents
    Seacoast complex fires
    Vehicle explosions/fires
    Train derailments
    Tractor trailer (food distribution)…

    • irhologram

      I am wondering why my comment was removed from the comments overview, but yet it "reads" in the story comments section. .?

    • Jebus Jebus

      It is not that I see the merit of your intensity towards this possible compounding issue of methane saturation.
      It is because you are trying to redirect attention away from a more serious immediate issue of Fukushima's , and nuclear power's, planetary contamination.
      Trust me, in that there will be on orders of magnitude more methane being injected into the atmosphere, if Fukushima kills the Ocean.
      At that point, methane, will become a very small issue for mankind.
      I only wish that you would post your concerns in the OT forum…

      • irhologram

        But, you see, the Pacific Ocean IS dead or dying already, and the "intensity" of the events is increasing. That is why I am BOTHERING to compile these events into categories, because only than can we ask ourselves…is this a normal, business as usual number of incidents? Can an escalation be traced through sheer numbers in comparison with statistics that preceded them? What are common denominators that can connect dots? Have nuclear radiation deaths from afar ever involved melting of flesh or mass, spontaneous illness? Yes, this subject disearves it's own thread. But, also, yes, it is nuclear related because all power plants are heating the oceans, and yes, Fukushima has killed the Pacific Ocean to its tipping point or beyond tipping point. It isn't very useful not to review events as they correlate to other events.

        Please don't take this personally, but per Einstein: "Condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance."

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          irhologram, your research and thought patterns are very impressive, and yes, this is all relevant in/to the overall scheme of what Nuclear has done to our existing world.

          I think Jebus wants to see it in another section and there is not one thing that you post that I do not personally look at with keen interest. Your ebook is/may be necessary for others to follow your unfolding discoveries based on your glaring logic.

          I would be interested in seeing a map of such events around the world compared to known documented heavy release areas following traditional jet stream patterns and ocean currents etc. or local events.

          All of what you are researching is bad for the outcome of the planet's future and realistic in the sense of the potentials not yet realized as byproducts of using such current technologies like Nuclear Technology. There certainly exists the potential for cascading events ramping up worldwide based on your research and what a surprise that will be for those not paying close attention.

          I think your work is great and please continue on! 🙂

          • irhologram

            Although I don't have an event map, maybe someone can tell me how to use software to create one. It should have a double "sort" tool to list by date, if possible. What I CAN tell you is that if you review the links, you will see that the fires/explosions/deaths are almost exclusively near bodies of water…coastal areas, and around lakes, rivers, streams or ponds. It also relates to fracking, drilling, mining, volcanic, and earthquake sites. Open the links and you will see.

            Thank you for the encouragement, obewan.. I'd just like to add, Jebus, that this isn't my "intensity." The events, themselves, are "intense" and gathering steam.

        • Jebus Jebus

          To keep the documentation of this issue in it's own context and area is not to minimise it's importance, but to allow more clarity and focus on the volume of it's issue, whilst not taking away from the other important issues that this site has focus on.

          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            Yes, I agree.. 🙂 It may be another huge issue to focus on soon.. 🙁

          • irhologram

            Where would you suggest I post? This isn't a non-nuclear issue. It PROCEEDS from nuclear usage, in part…although, to some degree, these events appear to have been unfolding naturally, as an issue affecting all planets. Relegating this to the non-nuclear thread has the effect of virtually hiding it, because the "buzz" here is nuclear only. Little do some know that this event has ALREADY overtaken us and we aren't "waiting" for it, as we are waiting for the full effect of Fukishima on U.S. soil. Gas is currently killing many dozens of people per day…and that's only from the data I have been able to document. Anne thinks this is a secondary issue, because people have died from radiation and will die from Fukushima. She doesn't realize that droves of people and a plethora of animals are NOW dying from gas every day.

            • Jebus Jebus

              Then put it in the other nuclear issues forum. Start your own site to get your information out. This forum is about the topic at the top of the thread. Your need to stomp it's message is curious. If you can not see the logic in this orderly presentation of documented data, then I have to question your ulterior motives in trying to steer a dedicated Fukushima forum topic…

              • irhologram

                Are people posting about animal deaths "stomping" the issue? If they post about windmills or solar power, are they "stomping" the issue? If they post personal jokes, songs, and feel-good greetings to each other, are they "stomping" the issue? "Methinks you protest too much." Did you notice you are now the only one who feels the discussion is "threatened" by including the more far reaching implications of nuclear involvement…including the effects of methane/H2S on nuclear, itself? The times, they are a-changing, Jebus. Do you recal the extremely perjorative, personal, even slanderous attacks you launched against me in early summer, when you had strength in numbers from others on this site, who were also in denial…than. (Unfortunately), they have now begun to "get it." And unfortunately, believe it or don't believe it now, you will, too, as the phenom unravels itself (and us.)

                • Jebus Jebus

                  It is even more curious that you make this about me or you now…

                  • irhologram

                    Your remarks were so STINGING before, (and you were developing a "quorum" of mockery, at the time), so that I had no choice but to be mute. But you, Jebus, were VERY personal. I have now addressed that. I am moving on.

                    • Jebus Jebus

                      This is good, for to be anywhere on the 'net, posting your views, your data, and exposing yourself to those who do not know you, your intent will be always be challenged and you must carry a "ducks back" with you at all times if your intentions are for exposing the truth…

              • irhologram

                I will take your suggestion, Jebus and confine this research to the Nuclear issue thread. (Didn't see your suggestion earlier.)

                • Jebus Jebus

                  There's no denial here. The issue you present is real. Globalization will deleteriously manifest in many previously unknown ways. Nature has an answer for all comers. How we as "identifiers" present this information will allow others to comprehend the magnitude of the issue…

  • irhologram

    Grid substation explosions/fires
    Landfill fires
    Metal recycling fires
    Effects on animals
    Weather shifts
    And the origins and mechanisms of delivery of methane/H2S

    But there's a caution. You don't really want to know that we are currently dropping faster than flies in a poison spray. When this fact reaches mass consciousness, it will dawn on people that they can't fly, they can't drive, they can't be safe in their homes, and certainly not outside. More and more filed crops will burn, as the stored hay, and, to some degree, grain crops are now. The nuclear waste in landfills will aerosolize from combustion, and property along coastlines, next to Lakes, rivers, even ponds, will plummet, while new and old homes explode as plumes waft by. One of you suggested the gas concentrations are higher in the northern hemisphere, and graphs show they are…for now, because of clathrate melts in the Arctic and on down, but Antarctica will "go", too. If this were a disaster movie, scientists would be working on a "chill" machine of some sort, and behind the scenes, the chemtrail conspiracy would be shown to have some effect at remediation. Gun confiscation would seem more justified, because H2S is an equal opportunity zombie-fi-er. Yes, you may need to shoot a zombie. Yes, you may be one.

  • rockyourworld

    I was sure our govt, the world police, would go running to fukushima to help with the cleanup years ago. but wait, that would've been admitting there was a problem.

    • irhologram

      Rockyourworld. Or. (Long "but wait". Sad face)… But wait…That would be fixing the problem. But I get your larger meaning about the police state. They are killing people in cold blood every week with impunity. You can even see it on UTube. On another thread I posted that one of the justifications "they" may be using for gun control is that neurotoxins from gas will drive society mad. The problem with them keeping the billions of rounds of amo out of the hands of the people is: The police/military/DHS will also go mad. The hysteria is being pushed forward to consciousness with the false flag shootings, and now, maybe some of these shootings at parties are also telling us that drink and gas don't mix, especially when the "violence" meme has been unleashed. Maybe a line from "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf?" fits here: "Never mix, never worry." (Sandy Dennis). Good God! …We've been a self indulgent society. "They" sure had a lot of tools to work with on the soft underbelly of our desire for self centered comfort. Yet our self abasement is also what "they" want, I think. For example, it is said that the deforestation and charcoal fires of the third world are by far the biggest contributor to climate change. Shame on them? Really? What if we hadn't stolen their natural resources and helped them? OR HELP THEM NOW to stop killing us.

  • rockyourworld

    why shoot zombies? are you afraid of zombies?

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