Former Japan TV News Anchor: The mutations have begun in Fukushima; Birds found blind, unable to fly — Magazine: “Birds in tailspin 4 years after Fukushima… the proverbial canary in a coalmine” — Professor: Birds with mutations popping up all over in contaminated areas (VIDEO)

Published: May 12th, 2015 at 1:04 pm ET


Japan Times, Mar 8, 2015 (emphasis added): Katsuhide Okada… didn’t worry much about the power plant: It was so safe, Tepco told the Futaba community… [T]he roses that Mr. Okada cultivated over a lifetime — more than 750 varieties, nearly 8,000 bushes — have perished. Still, Okada has returned to Futaba 10 times… he was interviewed on NHK appearing grim and heartbroken… Maya Moore, a former news anchor and journalist at NHK, happened to catch Okada’s interview… she collaborated with Okada and the group in putting together the book “The Rose Garden of Fukushima.”

The forward to ‘The Rose Garden of Fukushima’ was written by US Ambassador to Japan (2009-13) John Roos: “The incredible tale of Katz Okada and his Fukushima rose garden as told here by Maya Moore… gives you a small window into what the people of Tohoku faced”

WHYY, Apr 24, 2015 – Interview with Maya Moore, former NHK news anchor and author of The Rose Garden of Fukushima (22:15 in): It’s just poisoned wasteland. The last time Mr. Okada actually went back in there, he found baby crows that could not fly, that were blind. Mutations have begun with animals, with birds.

Several studies have linked the Fukushima disaster to mutations in wildlife and specifically discussed negative effects on crow populations:

Dr. Tim Mousseau, Professor of Biological Sciences at the Univ. of South Carolina, 2014 (pdf): We have studied biodiversity at Chornobyl since 2000 and Fukushima since 2011. Most organisms that we have examined showed significantly increased rates of genetic damage in direct proportion to the level of exposure… Many organisms showed increased rates of deformities, developmental abnormalities, eye cataracts, and even tumors and cancers.

Smithsonian, Apr 30, 2015: Birds Are in a Tailspin Four Years After Fukushima — Like the proverbial canary in a coalmine… Mousseau and his team have assembled a grim portrait… their data show that bird species and abundances are in sharp decline, and the situation is getting worse… “where it’s much, much hotter, it’s dead silent. You’ll see one or two birds if you’re lucky.”… birds such as the carrion crow… demonstrated higher susceptibility… 2012, he began capturing birds [with] patches of bleach-white feathers… the patches have a high coincidence with… cataracts, tumors, asymmetries, developmental abnormalities… By 2013, the birds… had white patches big enough to be seen through binoculars.

Journal of Ornithology (Moller, Nishiumi, Mousseau). Mar 2015: Recent seminal studies of butterflies… found strong evidence for increased mutation rates, developmental abnormalities and population effects as a direct consequence of exposure to [Fukushima] radionuclides… these unambiguously supported observations of the elevated mutation rates and phenotypic effects observed in the field.

Journal of Ornithology (Moller, Nishiumi, Mousseau), Feb 2015: [S]pecies showing the strongest negative correlated with level of background radiation level at [Fukushima] were Tree Sparrow [and] Carrion Crow

Journal of Heredity (Moller & Mousseau), 2014: Developmental Effects: Albinism, Asymmetry, Brain Size, Cataracts, Sperm, and Tumors — There is an increasing array of empirical studies in Chernobyl, and now Fukushima [documenting] consequences of exposure… white spots on feathers of birds and perhaps the fur of mammals (i.e., cattle in Fukushima)… first detected in Fukushima in 2012 [were] observed in increasing frequencies in 2013 and 2014.

Presentation by Mousseau, 2014 (48:15 in): We’re actually starting to see these partial albinos popping up in Fukushima… They’re popping up all over the place in contaminated areas.

See also: Emergency research underway in Japan after birds found with perplexing deformities — “Something unusual occurring inside their bodies” — Never reported in 500,000 exams before 3/11 — Now seen at every site across country, some over 1,000 km from Fukushima (PHOTO)

WHYY broadcast with Moore here | Watch Mousseau’s presentation here

Published: May 12th, 2015 at 1:04 pm ET


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  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Suspicious Observers finds a corelation between strong solar events and earthquakes.
    Covered early in todays news video.
    "Earth Spots."
    Typhoon was 150 miles away from Japan earthquakes.
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    • from a distance from a distance

      PRO-nuclear Tennessee Sen Lamar Alexander tells the nuclear industry "How to Prevent a United States Without Nuclear Power"

      He says to:

      " 1) invest in more research to safely extend nuclear reactor licenses from 60 to 80 years;

      2) build small modular reactors;

      3) end the nuclear waste stalemate, which should include completing Yucca Mountain and creating a pilot program for consolidated storage sites;

      4) oppose the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan, which arbitrarily favors wind and solar over nuclear power;

      5) reduce the burden of overregulation;

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  • Time Is Short Time Is Short

    The genocide of the children is underway:

    'A mysterious medical condition is killing toddlers to teens'

    "SUDC (Sudden Unexplained Death in Children) is defined as the sudden death of a child greater than 1 year of age that remains unexplained after a thorough case investigation. Last year, SUDC affected 387 toddlers and teens nationwide. Between 2008-2012, SUDC claimed 201 children…"

    Genocide is not just the 'intent to kill large populations', it is also the intent to 'not protect large populations from death'. Clearly no one in authority is doing anything to protect life from the death of Fukushima.

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Markww suggests this mix for mitigating melted fuel debris:
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    Shuttle tile crushed is basically a strong carbon
    Crushed glass particles
    Concrete mixture AND Medical clean Charcoal
    Also add class D Halon"

    • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

      What is to be done at Fukushima to mitigate this disaster now?
      1. Military/Government takeover of Fukushima site.
      2. Locate the 3 missing cores, wherever they may be found.
      3. Pump Markww Mixture to completely cover cores, using slant drilling equipment.
      4. Fill corium lava tubes with Markww Mixture.
      5. Abandon underground Frozen Wall.
      6. Underground Impermeable Wall Enclosure for Units1-4 100' deep, into rock layer that is lower limit of aquifer.
      7. Construct reinforced concrete foundation 100' deep, 30' wide, around Units1-4.
      8. Lock at Harbor entrance.
      9. Use Markww Mixture to fill reactors, containments, torus, torus basements, and contaminated buildings.
      10. Spent fuel to dry cask storage.
      11. SFP1-3 may be too contaminated for workers. Dry Cask In Place using Markww Mixture, with concrete cap to seal SFP.
      12. Contaminated water decontaminated, salinated, barged out to sea, sunk in Trench.

      Oh, and finally evacuate Tokyo and central Japan.
      The genetic damage isn't limited to birds, wildlife, and farm animals.
      Let the lawsuits commence. 😉

      • alasanon

        Here, here!! They should DO IT.

        They need to fight MUCH, MUCH harder. They need to fight it Russian-style/Chernobyl-style/take no prisoners. I just don't know if the Japanese, who have many strengths, have the fortitude to address the ongoing crisis. It seems obvious that they cannot address this multi-front, multi-decade, multi-trillion dollar problem on their own. The WORLD must dive into it with a fury NOW!!

        Everyone says you can't stop it, but I don't believe that… There are always new possibilities &/or combinations of possibilities. Plus, even a small (less than 5%) improvement of this abomination would be extremely beneficial, especially on a long-term scale…

        • melting mermaid melting mermaid

          Right on! We can't give up ever. We have everything to lose. Literally. We just need focus and money and a miracle and the most brilliant minds on this, round the clock. Well and of course TPTB to end the denial. And to shut the rest down so there won't be more meltdowns and stop the crazies from nuking one another…oh, Nevermind, just cling to your immortal soul, It's going to be all you have left one day anyway. With or without the nuketards.

      • #12 is illegal.

        Sinking fully loaded boats into the trench will collapse their hulls and release all of the radiation. There is no decontaminating Fuku water.

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    We are in the process of being exterminated and therefor nothing will be done..thinning of the herds is a very, very, profitable venture for those in the know. 🙁

    Better get to banning them all or more will blow!

    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      Speaking of extermination:

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      Certainly a combination of factors, but how long before all the bees are gone? When the bees are gone, so are we.

  • EngineeringBloke

    The Guardian has a couple of articles on the Yellowstone caldera magma chamber and how it is mapped in 3D by geologists. I suspect the same techniques could be used to examine underneath the Fuku NPP to see if corium has dropped below the concrete.

    The Yellowstone national park is in a huge Mega-volcano that has erupted a number of times, last about 650,000 years ago.


    • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

      EngineeringBloke: Many thanks. "Seismic Tomography" has just become a part of my Fukushima lexicon! 😉

      • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

        Copy of my email to Jamie Farrell – University of Utah Seismology and Active Tectonics …
        Research group's web page: University of Utah Seismology and Active Tectonics Research Group. farrell_img
        Jamie Farrell – University of Utah Seismology and Active Tectonics …

        "Dear Dr. Farrell,
        Suggest you pack up your equipment, and head over to Fukushima, Japan.
        Tepco has not found 3 missing molten nuclear cores in 4 years.
        Your 3D imaging of the corium, which is somewhere in the mudrock below the plant buildings, must be imaged before a sound plan for remediation can be formulated.
        Your expertise might just save the Pacific Ocean Ecosystem, which is in a state of collapse.
        Up to 3 coria are washed into the ocean by an underground river, with an estimated flow rate of 1,000 tonnes per day under the plant ruins."
        Up for some fun?
        Might be a much more immediate threat to human life than Yellowstone.

        Enenewsers, here is your chance to move the Fukushima Disaster Response off the bubble.
        Suggest we flood Jamie Farrell with variations of this suggestion.
        Let's crowd source the funds for Jamie to get his team set up at Fukushima to

    • SadieDog

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  • General User General User

    What in the FUKU hell, did 'merika just do?

    Did Wyoming really just outlaw citizen science?

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    LOOKS like it is now illegal to carry a geiger counter while
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  • from a distance from a distance

    Human attention span is now less than that of a gold fish.

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    Humans have an 8-second attention span.

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    Need 8-second sound-bytes, and forget about those long youtube vidoes and long Enenews comments. Make them 8 seconds long. LOL

    • unincredulous unincredulous

      Can these excerpts from Enenews headlines be condensed to 8 seconds?
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    The government’s safety watchdog, the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR), has permitted the private company that runs Sellafield to breach legal restrictions on the amount of hot, high-level radioactive waste that can be kept in tanks. The limits are likely to be exceeded by up to 350 tonnes between April 2014 and July 2016.

    Critics accused ONR of breaking their promises and putting Sellafield’s profits before safety. But ONR insisted there was “minimal hazard increase”, while Sellafield said it put safety first.

    The waste storage limits, imposed in 2001, were meant to reduce stocks to below 5,500 tonnes of uranium equivalent by July 2015. The aim was to minimise the risk of a disaster spreading a plume of potentially lethal radioactive contamination over the UK and Ireland – officially regarded as Sellafield’s “worst credible accident”.

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    • rogerthat

      It has to be constantly cooled and stirred to prevent it from overheating.


      In a redacted report, ONR accepted that breaching the waste storage limits for 16 months would lead to a “modest increase in hazard”. But it concluded that temporarily shutting the reprocessing plant would be more risky, and so has replaced the limits with a weaker “operating rule” administered by Sellafield.

      Gordon Thompson, executive director of the US Institute for Resource and Security Studies and an expert on Sellafield, pointed out that the site’s liquid high-level wastes were “one of the world’s major concentrations of radiological hazard”. He accused ONR of breaking a promise made in 2001 to halt reprocessing if necessary to ensure that waste stocks were reduced.

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      Martin Forward, from the local anti-nuclear group, Cumbrians Opposed to a Radioactive Environment (CORE), attacked ONR for “its apparent willingness to put Sellafield’s business interests before those of health and safety”. Public confidence in the regulator’s competence would “sink to an all-time low”, he claimed.

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  • rogerthat

    U.S. Honeybee Population Plummets by More Than 40%, USDA Finds

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    • unincredulous unincredulous

      30 billionths of a gram Iodine-131 is a lethal dose for a human

      What's a lethal dose for a honey bee? One atom?

      Has anyone done studies to see if bees are affected by Xenon gases? Strontium, Americium, plutonium? Of course not. They didn't care about honey bees when they started bombing the earth with radioactive ionizing particles.

      Who would miss honeybees if they were gone, anyway? I'm kidding, of course

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  • rogerthat

    DOE looks into plutonium disposal at WIPP
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  • rogerthat

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    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

      In response to your recent article.

      Climate Scientists Get Respect, So Why Don't Nuclear Scientists?
      May 14 2015

      Let's start with the title.
      An opening moment via the good old 'victimization position?

      Run some stats..
      Global warming.. 97% of all scientist.
      100% of the geologists understand the true age of the Earth.
      98% of physicians recommend vaccination.
      But James the population is seeing problems in their children.
      All sources have to be on the table.
      And as we know the medical industry is just as greedy and cutthroat as any other industry.
      Why would they say anything other.
      The pharmaceutical industry needs a 'pusher man'
      Back to the title..respect is earned James.

      "But whenever nuclear energy is discussed on TV or in the news, the nuclear science community is never referenced, in fact, there rarely is a real nuclear scientist present. Only anti-nuclear activists."

      How can this be ..when there you are at Forbes.
      A cushy job ..pedaling pro-nuke.
      It's all good ..isn't it?

      Respect.. my, my , how can anyone respect a person that says nuclear is safe, yet owns a nuclear remediation company?

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose


    Let's get to the heart of the matter.

    "raise this issue because last week the Presidents of39 scientific and international societies signed a pro-nuclear declaration for addressing climate change. The Nuclear for Climate Declaration was introduced during the International Congress on Advances in Nuclear Power Plants in Nice, France, and re-iterated that nuclear power is vital to fighting climate change. These societies represent 50,000 members from 36 countries (American Nuclear Society)."

    What all 50,000 menbers and a few nuclear scientists do not understand.
    Remedial ..but at what cost?
    Nuclear? we can go into another circumstance like Fukushima?
    At what cost, James?
    Don't be pre-emptive.
    Let us witness what a large amount of uncontained nuclear material is going to do.
    At what price ..for this supposed control on global warming?
    We have spent fuel dangling over a fault at Diablo Canyon.
    Issues across the board.

    "It’s like everyone’s afraid to talk about nuclear energy because they’re afraid they don’t know anything about it and will look stupid. But all they have to do is talk to their friendly neighborhood nuclear scientist."

    Your team kinder and friendlier somehow?
    Ok ..I'll talk.
    Going to write you all the time.
    It will have to be here however.
    As we all no comments are deleted at Forbes.

    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose


      Then when chummy conversation starts up.
      Do be that friendly nuclear scientist ..and tell us where you think the corium is and how is affects the environment.

      Don't forget , James.
      At what cost?

      PS.. Talk to you soon, Fish Bones.

    • unincredulous unincredulous

      "Remedial ..but at what cost?"

      Someone said the ocean is worth 24 trillion dollars.

      If I believe that (way too low)…

      Fukushima Daichi has added 300 billion dollars to Japan's economy since it's inception. I read that "some where" )Let's see…if those numbers are right, Tepco has, all by itself, with 4 nuclear reactors created a wealth equivalent to 1/80 of the world's oceans.


      So these geniuses say that 80 nuclear plants could create the ocean in one year… Well, I can say one thing for the nuclear power people — Megalomaniacs!

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        "A 60-page report by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has estimated the worth of oceans around the world around $24 trillion dollars. Every year, oceans lead to around $2.5 trillion of output every year."

        Obviously, The people at the World Wildlife Fund are idiots at finance. Their hearts are in the right place.

        2.5 Trillion X 9.6 = 24 trillion

        If I had a business that created $24,000 per year guaranteed output FOREVER, and required zero overhead expenses AND I sold it for $230,000 (9.6 x 24,000), I would not be very wise. 10 percent return – forever. That's really awesome. Say i lived eighty years— that would be $1,920,000 In lifetime income.

        If I put that $24,000 into a bank, and each year I added $24,000 for eighty years, with interest compounded at only 2 percent annually, it would return $4,860,548.07

        Just a little perspective…and the true value of the world's oceans for anyone but a fool. It's priceless! Even as a toxic waste dump it's worth $500 Trillion trillion. It's the last one they don't make them (oceans) anymore.

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