Fox: Fukushima radioactive material still being found in U.S. soil — Japan Gov’t: The disaster “posed radiation threat to human society”… In 4 days “detectable all across northern hemisphere” — Denmark: Fukushima clearly had widespread consequences, not limited to borders (VIDEOS)

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National Institute of Radiological Sciences (Japan), March 3, 2014: The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (FDNPP) accident led to the release of large amounts of radionuclides into the environment. [...] The released radioactive materials posed radiation threat to human society. Thus, source identification of radioactive contamination and long-term environmental behavior of released radioactive materials are important issues of study after the FDNPP accident.

Japan Atomic Energy Agency & University of Tokyo, Apr. 10, 2014: By March 15, traces from the accident in Fukushima were detectable all across the northern hemisphere. By April 13, the associated radioactivity had spread to the southern hemisphere of the Asia-Pacific region and was clearly detectable at CTBT IMS stations located in Australia, Fiji, Malaysia, and Papua New Guinea.

Danish Emergency Management Agency’s Carsten Israelson, Nordic Nuclear Safety Research’s 2013 Fukushima seminar (at 4:15 in): The accident in Fukushima… clearly showed that there are consequences that are widespread, and is not limited to borders… Nuclear accidents do happen! Nuclear accidents will likely have widespread consequences – for all of us. >> Watch presentation here

Fox 10 News — Phoenix, AZ, July 15, 2014: [Aubrey Godwin, director of Arizona Radiation Regulatory Agency] says radioactive material can still be found in Arizona soil from nuclear weapons testing in the 50′s and from Fukushima’s nuclear disaster in 2011. Despite that Godwin says there is no health concern.

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753 comments to Fox: Fukushima radioactive material still being found in U.S. soil — Japan Gov’t: The disaster “posed radiation threat to human society”… In 4 days “detectable all across northern hemisphere” — Denmark: Fukushima clearly had widespread consequences, not limited to borders (VIDEOS)

  • FXofTruth

    From FOX News:
    Aubrey Godwin, director of Arizona Radiation Regulatory Agency] says radioactive material can still be found in Arizona soil from nuclear weapons testing in the 50′s and from Fukushima’s nuclear disaster in 2011. Despite that Godwin says there is no health concern.

    FOX NEWS is recognized for making people MORE ignorant and stupid about the news… MORE than any of the other news hacking organizations. They don't check their facts; FOX stories are based on conjecture and assumptions; and FOX parades experts that can only read scripts.

    Well Aubrey you little nuke-geek, there are REAL health concerns especially since none of you expert-types has ever PROVEN with verifiable results that what you state has a shred of Truth! How does a bureaucrat like yourself suddenly morph into a medical expert, completely versed on the short and long term implications of human exposure to radiation contamination? Sounds like you are hallucinating on your power tripping….


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    • We Not They Finally

      Yes-yes AND…. they are starting to talk about it AT ALL. And that the Japan scientific establishment is even conceding this much may either lead to: a sea change; OR a twistier disinformation campaign. We'll have to see. But it's still better that it hits the public discourse, than it does not. Before now, it was just a blank in the public eye, like it did not even exist. Ongoing emissions and/or safety concerns was not even mentioned AN ISSUE.

      Unless you count Obama's one and only five-minute talk, that all we need to do is to "stay fully informed." Then came the news blackout! Then came Gina McCarthy of the Office of Radiation Monitoring, who had been so successful at turning monitors OFF that she got the plum appointment as head of EPA.

      And the lack of response to the EPA raising radiation "safe" levels past post-lethal AGAIN is pathetic. But something has to be talked about to even get people's attention. So now they start to talk…. Trustworthy sources? No, of course not. But this is so huge and dangerous, that finally, they at least begin to talk.


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    • David R. Canada

      At least Fox doesn't actually make up news like NBC did when they reported on the Zimmerman case.


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  • OK from the not so funny, forget the troll department.

    I tested fresh Zucchini. My background was the plate before the Zucchini was placed.

    the Zucchini showed a total count of much less radiation than the background. At first I was pleased, but it didnt make sense. how can Zucchini reduce background?

    End result? The plates were 300% over real background, and the Zucchini on them was blocking the radiation.

    time for new plates, LOL, kind of, ouch……..these weren't fancy old plates or anything. From the inspector, didn't seem like much Alpha, mostly Beta, as a thin Zucchini won't block gamma

    test performed with we Zucchini and than completely dried out.


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  • jump-ball jump-ball

    @STOCK: EPA's asking for input is a charade to test public knowledge and reaction, and to see how best to further stonewall the public; an utter and complete ruse and criminal conspiracy.


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    • Agreed, since it is a foregone conclusion. that is why I am looking at a different plan of attack. But the comments, and especially, the documented (screen capture) rejected comments will be very valuable.

      Comment and document, screen capture. Send to me.


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      • Jebus Jebus

        1jy-8d6j-g7sl – posted 7/13/14

        Comment Tracking Number Match

        This comment was received in Regulations.gov but is not yet posted. Please contact the agency directly for more information.


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        • Jebus Jebus

          It is not acceptable to raise the limits of exposure to ionizing radiation in the environment.
          The overwhelming evidence shows that any exposure to ionizing radiation from ingested radionuclides is detrimental to all life.
          The overwhelming evidence shows that any exposure to ionizing radiation from ingested radionuclides is detrimental to the quality of life.
          The overwhelming evidence shows that radionuclides bioaccumulate in the environment.
          The overwhelming evidence shows that radionuclides biomagnify in organisms.
          The overwhelming evidence shows that radiation exposure is cumulative in carbon based life forms.
          The overwhelming evidence mandates that the EPA, Environmental Protection Agency,
          make any and all efforts to lower the acceptable levels of exposure by nature of risk to the environment.
          Raising the levels of acceptable exposure is logically counterintuitive to what the EPA is supposed to stand for…


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          • Wyakin Wyakin

            J-everything you articulate above is true. I hope others see that as well and comment. TY.


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            • MFX 1209

              You are safe in Riga, Latvia.


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              • Wyakin Wyakin

                MFX 1209-death threats are quite unbecoming of you. Tisk, tisk.

                Not the first I have received, and I expect many more from the likes of your profession.

                If your biased science was true, you would not need to resort to threats.

                If I was in another place than Riga, should I expect your ex-law enforcement goons to come knocking?

                For the newly awakened, use this as a moment of reflection and recognition to what extent nucelarists will go when their point of view is proven false, particularly in the US.

                MFX-you might want to try meditation. I've been doing it for some time now and feel physically great and spiritually at peace.

                Something for which you are desperately in need.

                ~W~


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      • We Not They Finally

        I don't know what they reject. I commented but didn't check if it was posted. I know that the last thing that pops up before you can press "submit," is a THREAT to print both your comment and identity on their website. I went ahead anyway, but since I called their new proposed action "criminally insane," unsure it will show up.


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    • zogerke zogerke

      that does seem to be what wart boy is saying.


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  • VanneV VanneV

    Addiction to risk-taking- i.e., nuclear radiation exposure:

    Why Do People Become Psychopaths?
    http://psychcentral.com/news/2010/03/17/why-do-people-become-psychopaths/12193.html
    “…The new research, however, examines what they have in abundance—impulsivity, heightened attraction to rewards and risk-taking….
    “New research suggests the former as Vanderbilt University scientists have discovered the brains of psychopaths appear to be wired to keep seeking a reward at any cost….
    “’Our hypothesis was that psychopathic traits are also linked to dysfunction in dopamine reward circuitry,’ Buckholtz said.
    “’Consistent with what we thought, we found people with high levels of psychopathic traits had almost four times the amount of dopamine released in response to amphetamine.’
    “It may be that because of these exaggerated dopamine responses, once they focus on the chance to get a reward, psychopaths are unable to alter their attention until they get what they’re after,” Buckholtz said.
    Added Zald, “It’s not just that they don’t appreciate the potential threat, but that the anticipation or motivation for reward overwhelms those concerns.”


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    • Seems perfect for a nuke pimp…..get risk, get money, hell ya! Promote that shite!


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      • We Not They Finally

        And Wall Street traders. Meanwhile, laws themselves freely put psychopaths in charge of the world.

        Someone asked Dane Wigington (who ia fabulous on geoengineering issues) why certain types of people go into environmentally-destructive positions, and he answered, "Because they are willing to do what you or I are not."

        It's become like, "You want to run the world? Only psychopaths need apply."


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  • The shill ignored my post earlier today about the extremely high EPA CPM readings at Idaho Falls. Howza come?


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    MFX 1209

    If atomic radiation power production is safe why won't general insurance companies touch it with a barge pole and or exclude it from their policies?

    and

    Why was the name changed from atomic radiation power to nuclear power?


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    • Wyakin Wyakin

      DNAM-I like your questions.

      Here are a few other points for all to consider:

      MFX uses the term "zealots" multiple times in statements to describe those on ENE.

      MFX claims to possess a number of degrees in science, yet is so compelled to set the “zealots in the minority” straight. Among a host of false statements repeatedly regurgitated is that “DU is no more radioactive than uranium ore in the ground."

      On average, each kilogram of soil and rock contains 10-20 atoms of all U isotopes which decay each second. In a kilogram of pure depleted U, 12,400,000 atoms of 238U disintegrate each second.
      Stated differently, that’s at least 260,000 times more disintegrations in DU than U in natural soil.

      A piece of rock containing high concentrations of ore quality might have, just for arguments sake, say 1,000 times greater levels of U isotopes. The radioactivity in DU 238U alone is still 13 times greater than that found in the ore found in nature.

      Interesting, MFX calls those who have been producing credible independent scientific evidence on the effects of radiation at low level doses “zealots,” while continuing to make blatant and repeated scientifically false statements.

      The nuclear industry receives hundreds of billions USD in corporate welfare in the form of PAA, and huge tax breaks. There is an incentive to perpetuate the lie of safety of ionizing radiation at low levels.
      cont.


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      • Wyakin Wyakin

        Nuclearists continue to leak radioactive waste into the ground and air around all reactors in the world, without addressing huge piles of processing, depleted and spent nuclear waste, yet engaging in dumping such waste in water bodies or in placement in inadequate earthbound repositories, modes incapable of protecting biological organisms from radiological effects for 250,000 years.

        In essence, the consequences and management of such waste is being passed to future generations.

        MFX has repeatedly dismissed the works of reputed epidemiologists that have analyzed populations in and around Belarus, Ukraine, Iraq, US, UK, and in Japan, who all published under peer review.

        MFX claims there is no proof the visible birth defects in listed areas are caused by low level radiation. MFX has no apparent scientific background to substantiate such claims. MFX would rather have all believe meltdowns which spew radioactive toxins “detectable all across northern hemisphere” described in these articles, are harmless and acceptable.

        The ICRP’s narrow focus on DNA, and the neglect of all other proven mechanisms and molecular damage from ionizing radiation, and its whole body/whole organ radiation exposure models demonstrates gross bias and negligence.

        The ICRP should be expected to recognize and protect against all damage to important molecules and the serious consequences to human health of from the exposure to all doses of radiation.

        Credibility starts when honesty…


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      • We Not They Finally

        Even on this website, it might be helpful (just a suggestion) to stop calling radiation "low level" at all! That's just a euphemism. The right term is "chronic." "Low level" is something beneath you that you can ignore. "Chronic" is something unwanted that you cannot get rid of.


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        • MFX 1209

          Finally! I actually have been getting to you people to use the right nomenclature. Low low level doses are below any harmful effect. Chronic doses are low doses that continue over time that can lead to stochastic effects. The word "chronic" is derived from "chronos" Greek for time.


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          • VanneV VanneV

            So what do you call inhaling one micron of plutonium?


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          • MT

            MFX First of all , there is no level which is considered safe , so below harmfull level is a lie produced by pronukers like yourself .
            Secondly ; Your comments are contradictory , while on one you claim very low doses to be safe on the other you yourself admit there is no data about it .
            third ;Chronic means only about duration not the dose. Thus chronic = long duration
            Fourth ; discussion about low levels , low ,low levels etc are actually irrelevant because of bio accumulation , cumulative effect of radiation etc .
            fifth ; we do not have the technology to find out exactly what kind of damage low or low low levels are causing in human beings and just feeding / inhaling some rats or dogs plutonium dust and claiming you know about health effects of radiation on living things is as ignorant and stupid as building atomic bombs .
            If you like to discuss without insulting anyone , this is a good site with lots of educated people , you may learn a thing or two , but stop insulting , looking down on people just to iritate them . Dont be an annoyance please.


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          • VanneV VanneV

            Chernobyl Deaths Top a Million Based on Real Evidence
            Medical records from contaminated areas speak for themselves; doctors, scientists and citizens bear witness to the devastating health impacts of radioactive fallout from nuclear accidents Dr. Mae-Wan Ho
            A fully referenced and illustrated version of this paper is posted on ISIS members website and is otherwise available for download here
            http://www.i-sis.org.uk/Chernobyl_Deaths_Top_a_Million.php


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            • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

              Well, there you go and that was from only one Nuclear Meltdown Event and the death toll will climb for many, many generations. :(

              The Nuclear Industry is still killing millions and getting away with it and in broad daylight! :(

              Shut this entire Nuclear Industry down now! :)

              VanneV, you are truly very powerful Jedi! The Force is very strong with you! :)


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        • Wyakin Wyakin

          WNTF-“Chronic” or “fatal” do not encompass the full range of damage or adequately describe the effects of LLR on biochemical molecular mechanisms.

          When dosage delivered by photons external to the body is so low each cell fails to be hit at least once, the ICRP model of uniform distribution of energy within the target mass fails. This is a key distinction and a major methodological ICRP flaw.

          At low doses, the pattern of ionization created by external radiation cannot be likened to internal emitters, which in contrast create dense patterns of ionization and extensive local chemical disruption in individual cells and macromolecules such as lipids, proteins, etc.

          This disruption wreaks havoc in chronic/fatal manners, yet create opportunities to realize further damage beyond those immediately recognized.

          As you appear to be aware, LLR has a range of effects, not just those classified as “fatal” or “chronic.”

          LLR results in teratological effects which may be expressed via inherited DNA for 20 or so generations, the results of which may not immediately chronic or fatal.

          As you also know, the phenomenon called the “bystander effect” (Beylakov) may not be the direct result of a cell’s exposure to LLR, but the result of cellular communication within a biological network.

          http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2363796/

          I understand your point, but I find the label of “chronic” limiting in the full scope of its reference to biological impact. TY for…


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    • MFX 1209

      It's insured. You just dont know it is.Look up American Nuclear Insurance companies


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      • VanneV VanneV

        That is very little insurance. There is no way it would cover a meltdown.


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      • Wyakin Wyakin

        MFX-as an educated fellow, once again your ignorance, or lack of knowledge, feigned or otherwise, astounds me.

        Insurance underwriters limit liability to what they know. Nuclear accidents introduce unlimited unknowns, and insurance will never provide full comprehensive liability coverage for their operations. They understand the technological risks, but also realize the functional obsolescence and maintenance deficiencies present in nearly all reactors more than 20 years old.

        Obsolescence and decay equals unquantifiably large risk.

        Known unknowns, and quantifiable unknowns, for which we don't yet know the magnitutde, are the risks insurance companies factor into premiums.

        If such risk, in the magnitude of trillions USD required for remediation, had been factored into Japanese or US insurance models to cover the full cost of liabilities, the premiums to cover the required large claims liability plus incurred but not reported reserves would have made NPP insurance premiums in both countries so unaffordable, solar, wind, hydro, geothermal would be dominating the supply of electricity at a cost "too cheap to meter."

        Insurance underwriters will no longer insure nuclear without liability ceilings, all so low they will never cover a minuscule percentage of the cost of remediation and damages.

        Such risk is borne by taxpayers in all countries to the tune of hundreds of billions, if not trillions of dollars which could otherwise be spent on other domestic…


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        • zogerke zogerke

          Wayakin, good morning. The shill troll has been outed….mofo dropzilla mfx Socref …..I even read his biography. Maybe it was an old picture…….really, a human with foolish social skills here. Started out with a love of radium dials as a boy…I wish he would go away and leave us alone. I know in his field he is perceived as accomplished, but his arguments and his behavior here convince me he is none too bright. Each of our answers just seems to highlight his narrow minded foolishness. In some arguments there could be agreement to disagree. In others, he is just really dumb. Illogical and blinders on. Still Playing with watch dials glowing in the closet, even as an adult. Not ever seeing the big picture.


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      • LOL
        10 to 20 employees, revenues of 2.5M to 5M per year..

        Oh yeah, that sounds real strong. You betcha they could cover a Fukushima say, in New York City area. RAFLMAO!

        http://www.joesdata.com/companies/American_Nuclear_Insurers_8011175/1.html


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  • razzz razzz

    MFX 1209 is a total nut case. Numb to his surroundings. Trying to act normal and justify his existence. Even his wife knows there is something wrong with him. I expect him to go off the dip end without warning.

    30% efficiency is nothing to brag about when taxpayers are paying nuclear subsidy to build and carry the burden of long term nuclear storage waste plus absorb all the risks of failures all the while heating up local waterways with hot discharge water.

    The Japanese are a perfect example of what nuclear power generation can do for a country. Build 50 nuke plants and have to shut them all down. The nuke waste will always be present and have to be dealt with for generations. What a great industry. Raise taxes to cover costs of past nuke power generation.

    Even the US can't admit a failure with a waste dump. WIPP's questionable barrels should be removed then the site sealed and shut down with a plaque left behind saying this is not how to do it.

    Salt domes won't work for high level radioactive waste. Trying to hide it and forget about it is a fallacy. Radiation will outlast any containment measured in centuries.

    The entire nuke industry is built on unintended consequences, to be ignored or laughed at for money. Lots of money.


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  • ©DEE N AY MUTATION®

    Time for a musical interlude…

    This is for our friends at General Electric Hitachi and Toshiba Westinghouse…

    Ace Of Base … The Sign

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNPjeIamsck


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  • dan dan

    <—- this is what a nuke flea produced in my body in just twelve months. A beautiful bouncing 4kg tumour.

    I'm shocked that Fox seem surprised that there is STILL evidence of Fuku radiation in US soil!!.
    STILL?………there will be radiation in US soil….and everywhere else for that matter….long long after the last human life-form quietly slips back into the primordial ooze.

    ……That's how long there will be radiation in the soil, Fox….Oh, then add a million years or so to that.


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  • dan dan

    From our humble beginnings, we humans have struggled to cling to basic survival in spite of the elements, geological upheavals, politics, food and water shortages, wars and religion, racial and territorial disputes and Obama, with some glowing successes and some dismal failures filling the pages of our history books.

    These challenges, all serving to add character and perseverance to the backbone of our species.

    In the past we learned that success was achievable by teamwork and mateship, Pulling ones weight with the help and co operation of the many to overcome seemingly insurmountable odds. This is how we morphed from a few nervous individuals cowering in the shadows seeking shelter from the storm, to arrive as the alpha species we espouse of ourselves today.

    Somewhere along the line we lost the plot.

    Somewhere we allowed the selfish and greedy, the untruthful and ego driven of us take the reigns and make us all slaves to their hungry, craven ways.

    Now we turn against our friends in distrust the pathological few have instilled in us to further their cause. They've led us along a dangerous path, cutting costs, extending operating licences on rickety old equipment whilst loading them with ever more dangerous fuel without a viable storage solution for toxic waste pouring from these death machines year after year.
    She'll be right mate….we'll invent a way of storing the used fuel sometime down the track. Don't you worry your head about it.
    Now we have…


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  • dan dan

    Now we have WIPP, FUKUSHIMA and anything else you'd like to add here, compliments of the international psychopath club, that have finally brought us as a species to the end of our existence.


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  • Onto; you make more sense with one post than 1 million MFX's all put together into a thimble on the tip of a needle, publishing enough peer reviewed studies that reach all the way to the sun and back.

    Just point at a nuclear explosion, no more needs to be said..

    Insane is as insane does; things like setting off nuclear explosions to 'test' stuff, and operating nuclear plants, to make more nuclear bombs and vent more of that same radioactive 'stuff'.


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  • Fukushima Added Huge Amounts of High Altitude Cesium And Barium Radiation; Affecting Clouds, Climate Change Initiator
    http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2014/07/fukushima-added-huge-amounts-of-high.html


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  • dunkilo

    went to spaceweather.com saw a picture of a red sprite ,first red one ive seen .It was taken in new mexico …..


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  • dunkilo

    Dr goodheart,do you think this has something to do with the red sprites?as far as the color goes?


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    • Jebus Jebus

      We are not the sub intelligent creatures your mind allows you to perceive, Ron. We are average citizens of this planet who just happen to not like nuclear power shoved up our ass. We, like you, also care for our children and their future. We have knowledge that you fail to recognize. We may not be nuclear physicists or have major PHD's, et al, but it does not take those credentials to see what the mil/nuclear industry has done over the last fifty plus years. You only digress into the details of your precious and your credentials. We see the horrendous failures and the results of that.
      You would have garnered much greater respect from everyone here, if you would have stepped into these rooms graciously, as a human being first and utilized your profession to teach, instead of the facist way that you did. Hard to give credibility to someone as coarse as you.
      I mean no ill will towards you. I only wanted to refresh your memory that being an "expert" on something, does not preclude one from having an open mind. There are many things you and don't know about this world. There is much to learn and discover. I am not ant-nuclear in your vision of the word. I believe that some form of it will get humans to other worlds someday. We are not so naive that we believe we are going to shut all nuclear down.


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      • Jebus Jebus

        I really wish that you and your industry would come clean, treat this immense power with a little more care and respect in regards to the damage it can and is causing to this one big blue marble, that we both care about and enjoy so much…


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        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          "damage it can and is causing to this one big blue marble, that we both care about and enjoy so much…"

          The damage is already here and growing steadily and the enjoyment of this big blue marble that we here have had, will be soon turned into nightmares, for those yet here and coming down the line.. :(

          Creating poisons that last many thousands of years will have its consequences.. :(

          It is called bioaccumulation.. :(


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      • Well stated! Nuclear Power Plants and all the industries that profit from it require that the public be sidetracked by mountains of artificial media fluff and obsolete speculations having nothing to do with what we experience in reality and report every day as we try to grow food and learn how to keep our bodies safe from mutating or death causing illnesses.

        The food chain is severely affected by the increasing amounts of man made radiation. No amount of fluff can change what we see around us day to day wherever we live. As the obvious increases, so does the desperation the shills.


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    • VanneV VanneV

      “During a classified speech given in ‘Building X’ on a Sunday afternoon in October 1946, [Dr. Stafford] Warren sketched the apocalypse he feared would come. ‘Soon the number of bombs which will have been let off will have made available so much radioactivity that it will seriously damage our food supplies and make serious changes in our world economy. Tis is not a figment of the imagination at all.’ To the security-cleared audience, he added the following warning:
      “‘You need only to absorb a few micrograms of plutonium and other long-life fission materials, and then know that you are going to develop a progressive anemia or a tumor in from 5 to 15 years. This is an insidious hazard and an insidious lethal effect hard to guard against. It has a tremendous morale-destroying effect. Would you want to live tin an area which was contaminated with something that was all around you which you couldn’t eliminate and which would get on your clothes, in your house, in the water, in the milk, and all the food?’…”
      Eileen Welsome. The Plutonium Files: America’s Secret Medical Experiments in the Cold War (1999), p. 178-79.


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    The apocalypse he feared..is now here! :(


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    THIS INFO EXPLAINS SEVERAL DEATHS OF PEOPLE I KNEW . . .

    We know from bomb testing research and rad levels measured all over the world, that bomb tests by 1963 resulted in an overall increase globally of pathway cancers – lungs, esophagus, pancreas, kidneys, colon, stomach, thyroid, brain, etc. etc. Lung cancer by 1993 in Hawaii had increased 17,000% from Pacific nuclear bomb tests as compared to pre-manmade radiation being released into the biosphere (pre-1900) in Hawaii.

    - Leuren Moret -


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  • name999 name999

    News, we are twins. I just ordered that book, Stored in the stacks.


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  • Nuke plants insure themselves for $375M Wow,

    Fukushima is going to run in range of $600B and that is direct cost only, not consequential damages.

    In USA the other plants will kick in up to $111M each to cover someone elses accident. About 11B total.

    But US gov predicts an accident at Palisades could run upwards of $200B

    And they say they are "insured" what a lie.

    http://www.naic.org/cipr_topics/topic_nuclear_liability_insurance.htm

    And as nuclear dies, the grouped coverage goes down because it is per plant.

    And what about the spent fuel pools with no plant running? Who is insuring those? I see…..


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  • ©DEE N AY MUTATION®

    The idea of self insurance has nothing to do with genuine cover, but a sneaky way out of obligation. Bean countery! They of the food devil industry have set up similar trickery to beancount their way out of obligation in USA. Their evil food that they know harms humanity has an obligation out clause.


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  • Check it out, some great links to ENE, AND a petition for Japan to resign as host of the 2020 olympics


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