Hearst Newspaper: Bad news, Fukushima radioactive releases may be “far greater than originally stated” — Bloomberg: Levels ‘significantly’ undercounted — Fairewinds: Data they reported for nearly 3 years is wrong — Asahi Interview: “Politicians are hiding the dangers of radiation” (VIDEO)

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Channel 17 (Burlington, VT), published Feb. 26, 2014 — Maggie Gundersen, Founding director of Fairewinds Energy Education (at 21:00 in): “Tepco just announced that all the data it collected for almost 3 years is wrong, and that they had miscalculated how much radiation was released.”

Seattle Post-Intelligencer
(Hearst Newspapers), Feb. 25, 2014: [...] only bad news comes out of Fukushima [...] Bloomberg reported the amount of radiation that leaked from Fukushima could have been far greater than originally stated.

Bloomberg, Feb. 25, 2014: Tepco Says Fukushima Radiation ‘Significantly’ Undercounted — [Tepco] is re-analyzing 164 water samples collected last year at the wrecked Fukushima atomic plant because previous readings “significantly undercounted” radiation levels. [...] Shinji Kinjo, leader of a disaster task force at Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority, said his office hadn’t been aware of the measurement errors. The regulator’s oversight of the utility is based on Tepco’s measurements, he added. [...]

TEPCO, Feb. 25, 2014: [...] improvement needs to be made in the reliability of the sampling and testing of water for radioactivity at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station [...] TEPCO President Naomi Hirose said, “Public confidence in our reports on radiation levels is essential to everything we are doing” [...] “gross beta” density [including Strontium-90] in water samples taken in the period between April and September 2013 was significantly under-counted [...] On February 24, TEPCO has published a list of 164 samples for which it believes radiation was undercounted. [...]

Asahi Shimbun, Feb. 26, 2014: [After being exposed to fallout from a US nuclear bomb test, Matashichi] Oishi married, but their first child was stillborn. He also was diagnosed with liver cancer. [...] His former crewmates began dying when they were still in their 40s and 50s. [...] “Politicians are hiding the dangers of radiation,” he says. […] “What happened on Bikini Atoll 60 years ago is being quietly repeated in Fukushima,” he says.

Watch the full interview with Gundersen here

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114 comments to Hearst Newspaper: Bad news, Fukushima radioactive releases may be “far greater than originally stated” — Bloomberg: Levels ‘significantly’ undercounted — Fairewinds: Data they reported for nearly 3 years is wrong — Asahi Interview: “Politicians are hiding the dangers of radiation” (VIDEO)

  • bluetick

    and where is the story? I think everyone with a brain has known this for at least 2 years. DUH comes to mind


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    • FallOut FallOut

      ( So bluetick ? How bad is it then ? )

      In recent times, more information about the spent fuel situation at the Fukushima-Dai-Ichi site has become known. It is my understanding that of the 1,532 spent fuel assemblies in reactor No. 304 assemblies are fresh and unirradiated. This then leaves 1,231 irradiated spent fuel rods in pool No. 4, which contain roughly 37 million curies (~1.4E+18 Becquerel) of long-lived radioactivity.

      Based on U.S. Energy Department data, assuming a total of 11,138 spent fuel assemblies are being stored at the Dai-Ichi site, nearly all, which is in pools. They contain roughly 336 million curies (~1.2 E+19 Bq) of long-lived radioactivity. About 134 million curies is Cesium-137 — roughly 85 times the amount of Cs-137 released at the Chernobyl accident as estimated by the U.S. National Council on Radiation Protection (NCRP). The total spent reactor fuel inventory at the Fukushima-Daichi site contains nearly half of the total amount of Cs-137 estimated by the NCRP to have been released by all atmospheric nuclear weapons testing, Chernobyl, and world-wide reprocessing plants (~270 million curies or ~9.9 E+18 Becquerel).

      It is important for the public to understand that reactors that have been operating for decades, such as those at the Fukushima-Dai-Ichi site have generated some of the largest concentrations of radioactivity on the planet.

      http://akiomatsumura.com/2012/04/682.html


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    • FallOut FallOut

      A senior nuclear adviser to the Japanese Prime Minister, professor Toshiso Kosako resigned in protest from his government. This as the Japanese government raised the level of permissible exposure to schoolchildren twenty fold, from 1mSv/year to 20mSv.

      However, food grown and animals grazed in contaminated regions will pass along radiation to human populations for centuries. The Japanese reliance on fish will soon produce another shock to their nation as larger fish absorb more radioactive particles up the food chain.However, food grown and animals grazed in contaminated regions will pass along radiation to human populations for centuries. The Japanese reliance on fish will soon produce another shock to their nation as larger fish absorb more radioactive particles up the food chain.

      The U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) says, “Both 134Cs and 137Cs emit beta particles and gamma rays, which may ionize molecules within cells penetrated by these emissions and result in tissue damage and disruption of cellular function 4.”

      Plutonium, the most toxic substance on earth, has been detected at eight different monitoring stations in Korea.

      http://joegiambrone.wordpress.com/radiation/


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    • It seems, everything about this disaster is "far worse" than anybody thinks. (Good article by Harvey Wasserman).

      Let's throw in a $4.3 billion aircraft carrier:

      Documents Show the Navy Knew Fukushima Dangerously Contaminated the USS Reagan
      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/harvey-wasserman/documents-show-the-navy-k_b_4859290.html

      "The $4.3 billion boat is now docked in San Diego. Critics question whether it belongs there at all. Attempts to decontaminate U.S. ships irradiated during the Pacific nuclear bombs tests from 1946-1963 proved fruitless. Hundreds of sailors were exposed to heavy doses of radiation, but some ships had to be sunk anyway. "


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      • And a few helicopters;

        "Serious fallout was also apparently found on helicopters coming back from relief missions. One unnamed U.S. government expert is quoted in the Japan Focus article as saying:

        At 100 meters away it (the helicopter) was reading 4 sieverts per hour. That is an astronomical number and it told me, what that number means to me, a trained person, is there is no water on the reactor cores and they are just melting down, there is nothing containing the release of radioactivity. "


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      • FallOut FallOut

        … but, but, but, …..

        The Asahi Shimbun reported Tuesday that the mud in 468 reservoirs outside of the Fukushima evacuation zone contain levels of cesium high enough to be designated waste that must be removed. The mud in the Myotoishi reservoir, 55 kilometers west of the stricken Fukushima plant, had a cesium level of 370,000 becquerels per kilogram, a level the newspaper described as "mind boggling". The central government has classified levels over 8,000 becquerels as material that must be removed; however the Environment Ministry says it has no plans to remove the contaminated mud.

        However, the Myotoishi reservoir is located on a hilltop, so this explanation rings hollow. The Myotoshi reservoir is in the middle of a residential area, ringed by 392 homes and a high school. The fact that a plume of cesium so concentrated that 370,000 becquerels per kilogram remains in the mud passed through this community 55 kilometers (34 miles) from the nuclear disaster raises serious questions about the exposures received by these and other residents far outside the evacuation zones.

        http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/02/26/1280555/–Mind-boggling-levels-of-cesium-found-in-reservoirs-far-from-Fukushima


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      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        And then we all sit here wondering why all the varied cancer rates skyrocketed worldwide after 1945..where is that brain candy funnel of knowledge when you actually need it. :(

        Nuclear needs to be stopped now worldwide.. via International Law! :)


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        • Shaker1

          Might I suggest that, by law, all of these nuclear proponents in government, past and present, be required to carry a piece of Fukushima in their pockets as Marie Curie supposedly did with a piece of radium that so fascinated her? They can then tax me, and I'll pay gladly, for their lead-lined coffins.


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        • Fall out man!

          Also, its important to remember, that in some way the focus on cancer by the nuke industry is a deliberate side track. Chernobyl showed that normally other radiation induced diseases kill people before cancer can. Heart attack and stroke being the two primary killers after exposure to caesium in fallout. People in the Ukraine and Belarus started to get blasé about Chernobyl about three years after the disaster. Then panic set in at the 5 year mark when otherwise normal people started dropping dead from heart attacks. We haven't hit the 5 year mark yet with Fukushima. From memory (previously reported on Enenews) experience from the Ukraine shows that once a person gets over 37bq/kg of caesium exposure, they can expect irreversible heart damage. Which is not to say nothing can be done about it, in the Ukraine chelation of caesium has been used to save the lives of exposed children for example. Anyway, the point is, its worth remembering that cancer usually takes many years to set in, and other fall out effects act much faster, very often killing people before they have a chance to get cancer.


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    HUGE COVER-UP IS WHAT FUKUSHIMA IS . . .

    But not for long.


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  • bozzy54

    10million scallops dead off coast of Vancouver, Canada

    The mass animal die off continue into 2014 around the world.

    Read here;

    http://www.end-times-prophecy.org/animal-deaths-birds-fish-end-times.html


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  • A very good video.

    Highly recommend.
    http://fairewinds.org/media/fairewinds-videos/demystifying-nuclear-power

    Here's a bit of insight:
    Maggie Gundersen states that as a Nuclear Industry Public Spokesperson she was trained to believe a certain way and it was her job to sell the public and the government on Nuclear Power.


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    • unincredulous unincredulous

      The spent fuel pools on the roof were the first clue. Someone was targeting the wealthy for quick cash.

      "Been looking over the info about this nuclear power thing, hon. They have pools on the roof. It must be a class act. I think we need to buy a million shares…please pass the tea, Luvvy."

      "Oh, Thurston, stick all your money in a coconut and write the address on it. Have the professor and Gilligan work out the details. When we get off this island, I want to wade in the pools right away."


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  • FallOut FallOut

    The troubled radioactive water cleanup system at the stricken Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant was hit by a new problem Wednesday, operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. said.

    With the third line still suspended, ALPS has only one that is currently active. The daily water treatment capacity is 250 tons per line.

    http://the-japan-news.com/news/article/0001069900


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  • You may have noticed how the bad news is being released very gradually, very slowly – and with a great deal of obfuscation.

    There was a plan behind this method of information from Day One.

    But as I've said before, the perpetrators and their cohorts overestimated how the public would react. There was never any reason for them to worry. It's amazing how well we have adjusted to news of this catastrophe.

    ~~~~~~~~~

    http://ottersandsciencenews.blogspot.ca/


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      • BO, exactly!

        And that 'boiling a frog' process is also being applied in a major transformation of the United States underway now – but that would be a subject for the Non-Nuclear Issues Forum here.


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      • unincredulous unincredulous

        Don't worry about me, I am well aware of this little gig. The water started to boil for me in the year 1998, I got out in 1999. When 911 came, I had already taken the red pill. Learned how to use the internet and spent a year just marveling at how the water rolled and the steam rose in little wafts.

        I knew something was wrong with the picture. The guy in the white lab coat kept saying, "You are either for us or against us." But you had to go to the concrete barricades with the barbed wired fashion fence to ask, "Why the white coats, guys?" The sign said "free speech zone," but when I used my Orphan Annie decoder ring, it translated as "frog legs — $1.99."

        Those evil Glukkons…


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    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Tracy, you are very wise and we here knew what they were doing/going to do right from the get go!

      The sheep must not be awakened to quickly…..they get startled very easily and then they start banging against the corral boards and fences in sheer panic… :(

      Before one does such a thing, like waking up sheep too quickly, certain security protocols must be instituted/beefed up before hand.. :(


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      • Obewanspeaks,

        in the past we were told that security authorities failed to "connect the dots" to protect Americans from terror. That much was true.

        But when people connect the dots in what the security establishment is doing to them the picture that emerges is absolutely chilling.

        The protocols you mention do not seem geared at protecting us. The neglect of victims during Katrina, Sandy, and now their allowing this slow nuking of all life on Earth is evidence – for whoever is still in denial – that they are using taxpayers money just to protect the power elite.

        In the last couple of days it was made public that security agencies have been spying on children's webcam conversations with their grandma, and those of everyone else. Not that they would want to blackmail anyone…


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        • unincredulous unincredulous

          What's worse, watching porn or watching someone watch porn? What's worse, being a peeping Tom or looking up Tom's trousers? What's worse, wiretapping and spying on the nuclear industry or watching and doing nothing. I don't think the spy agencies have a leg to stand on. What's worse, watching other people's children die from radiation exposure or watching your own children die of radiation exposure, then going to work and watching other people's children do it?

          I would take Edward Snowden's or Julian Assange to lead over these guys any day. They (NSA, TPTB) are just mad because they have become the watched and it freaks them out. Someone is watching them watching their children die from radiation and paying others to spy on other people watching their children die from radiation, and blackmailing other people to keep quiet about what exactly? All the sex stuff pales in comparison with the killing of everything and everyone. What are they going to do? …watch us die and practice necromancy? Looks like it must be. What next, they are going to film themselves doing it and spying on each other and blackmailing each other. "I saw you looking at movies about live people! I'm gonna tell…


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  • bozzy54

    Millions of years to create a perfect world to live with, within a century the scientific community has distorted it and refuse to stop.

    STOP THEM ALL.

    STOP THE MONEY,

    STOP THE MATHEMATICAL EXPERIENCE,

    Let's start the third party, let's control our money!!!!

    Scientist just don't KNOW!


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    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

      curious, bozzy54, what do you mean by "MATHEMATICAL EXPERIENCE"?


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      • unincredulous unincredulous

        Maybe he means the risk analysis. The bean counters will someday calculate that they are dead already. Probably the only public announcement will be, "Oh."
        Once something happens, the risk of it actually happening is realized, and the probability that it is actually occuring is entered into column see? Oh


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      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        The absolute perfection and power of mathematics bestows deep admiration and faith in its use. Prominent mathematicians in the Victorian era agreed with Plato and Galileo who believed God wrote the universe in the language of mathematics.

        There was no mathematical or material defect to the Tacoma Bridge. The only fault was that human mathematics was, and will forever be, a simplification of the real world. The power of math promotes hubris in man, and is leading to the destruction of the planet!

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


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        • unincredulous unincredulous

          I read that scientists have discovered a code in DNA that looks remarkably similar to computer programs like the code used by Microsoft Windows.

          Science states that the universe tends to have inertia in the direction of disorder. They also say that matter can neither be created nor destroyed. Matter can become energy, or energy become matter, but what is is and that's that. Then they say that out of nothing came a big bang. Matter and energy were created! O.K…
          In all the movies about this what sticks out in my mind is "what created the information? And then this code? Is this what disorder looks like? Code and information?

          "Be a simple kind of man, won't you do this for me son, if you can…" Leonard Skynard.

          God is … simple. Who or what is off-topic? Scientists? Pollsters? MSM?

          Man creates laws by the bushel, and measures God by the pound. Worse than dumberer


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          • john dpugh

            Can we all please respect the non-believers and keep the religious propaganda out of this forum ?
            Thanks .


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            • unincredulous unincredulous

              Musings. If I said Zeus, would you be happy? If I said Hormesis, would it be o.k.? If I said that nuclear radiation won't hurt you if you are happy, would I be in bounds? If I said that "harmful radiation will not reach the U.S." would that be in bounds? If I said, "The absolute perfection and power of mathematics bestows deep admiration and faith in its use. Prominent mathematicians in the Victorian era agreed with Plato and Galileo who believed God wrote the universe in the language of mathematics," would you pounce? I am not here to preach, but it is a part of me. God is as real to me as radiation. Neither can be seen. Is it wise to fear one and discount the other? No reply is necessary or requested. It just pops out. Sometimes. Won't make it a habit.


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            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              I thought he was saying there couldnt possibly be a creator because there is no time, not any "prior" or "before" space-time. Thus the "* IS" statement. Either that or he was suffering sleep deprivation…it happens to the best of us


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              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                posted for John in the spirit of fun, peace and happiness


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                • john dpugh

                  codeshutdown Well it is a sensitive subject so i dont wish to respond on that . Thanks for wishing happiness :) but i wouldn't wish to be misunderstood i respect unincredilous for his belief in his god and religion , just we need to keep in mind that it is just as sensitive subject to non-believers as it is to believers.
                  Just as it would hurt anyone if i would say anything negatvie about god , it would hurt me if someone tries to do the opposite .
                  The best is just leave religion out of the discussion i think .
                  Thanks again unincredilous for not getting all offensive and for your understanding .


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          • unincredulous unincredulous

            Our intelligence seems to be a bubble. Maybe it is a self correcting world. Do you think the animals will take care of us when we are dumb as rocks? Radiation is suspected to lower I.Q. I know the animals won't eat us because we will be too radioactive. But will they remember? Will they piss on us, as they pass by? We had it all, they will "say."

            I need 100 percent more sleep.


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    • They know, as they lie to protect their bread and butter.


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    WE are certainly all in trouble! :( Stop the Madness!


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  • earthsmith

    those politicians better know how to hide behind their corporate cronies because the people are going to be coming for them


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  • rogerthat

    From day one, we have all known that everything is bogus. How can a company that pretended for three months that there had been no meltdowns be taken seriously? For crying in a bucket, surely everyone knows the game is pretend and lie and mislead and burble gibberish until the cows come home?
    And don't blame the company, it's part of the industry. And don't blame the industry, it's not their fault that governments and regulators and international agencies and politicians and the judiciary were eager to be bought off.
    In the end, we are all to blame. We let it happen. We voted for them. We acquiesce in it now, every minute, every day. Vision, ideals, a better future, all down the drain. What a legacy.


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  • weegokiburi weegokiburi

    We are fu/ked .
    But it it can serve as a wake up call:


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  • Questionit

    Evidence that TEPCO has lied about the magnitude of radiation released has been put forth many times to these organizations. To all the major news agencies including Bloomberg, Seattle Post and including Fairewinds (Arnie Gundersen). None of them wanted to report that it is many magnitudes greater. Note that I say IS, Fairewinds says WAS. It it not a past event but a continuing one.

    None of them mention the coriums are likely in the ground with little hope to control the continual contamination of the ocean.

    None of them are mentioning the radiation that has hit the US is many, many times greater than experts lead us to believe. Or that the effects on life forms in the US and in the west coast ocean has already begun, and it is very real and very bad.

    They lead you to believe the radiation is "over there". It is here but they do not want to talk about that. Or that the toxic soup hitting the west coast is many times worse than they have lead people to believe.

    Thanks for nothing Fairewinds/Arnie Gundersen, you are as detrimental as Bloomberg.


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  • bozzy54

    Ununited keyboard activist and Americans, we have lost our way and our freedoms. It is our fault. What to do!


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  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Yeaahh..the Revolution of Love ..not good enough..
    What to do?


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    • bf9 bf9

      Light the fire under the ass of our politicians and media. That's about the only thing I can think of. What would be enough is a massive all out "attack" on this thing, gotta figure out a way to get the fuel rods out FAST and then the rectangular underground impermeable wall would work.


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      • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

        I don't agree..the corium is involved with the aquifer.
        Remove the spent fuel rods to where?


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      • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

        "Light the fire under the ass of our politicians and media".

        Enter the Ultimate Rabbit Hole ..Poli-ticks?


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        • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

          Ticks..wait..and wait ..for something to brush the bush on which they wait..
          Waiting for blood..


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        • bf9 bf9

          Fuel rods, for now, maybe build 7 or 8 pools much farther inland, away from the 140,000 nSv/h plant where they can be dealt with much more handily. Once the complete underground wall is built, the rads are going to increase indefinitely as I would think the underground river is what's washing out a lot of the radioactivity. Once all that water is now stagnant/isolated under the plant and not moving…it's just going to get further and further radiated into oblivion. It would make the site unworkable for good with unfathomable levels.

          But I'm no expert.

          As for the politicians/corporations (one in the same right?), maybe hit them the only place it hurts- the wallet?


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          • FallOut FallOut

            Rock meet hard place.

            Indeed. The smartest guys in the room understand the ice wall will not work. They can't tell the truth about the longevity. The cesium on the coast will be much higher over time and every single breath within that ocean bring pollution accumulation with it. Day after day, the accumulation grows.

            If the cores are not retrieved the pacific ocean will die off and it continues spreading to the other oceans as the years go by.


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          • FallOut FallOut

            I thought the same thing.

            Move the spent fuel in the common pool offsite / casks / pools. And start removing all rods from the site six miles down wind.


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          • unincredulous unincredulous

            Pick up Japan with tongs.
            Insert into lead bag.
            Place first class postage on it.
            Address it to Mars.
            Send it to NASA.


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    • Homolumina Homolumina

      Initiate Males !!! Please, without putting blame on anybody, I just tell it how it is, when you ask yourself who is responsible for the world we live in you come to the conclusion that is is men. We live in the men's world and our males are not in their power. When initiated and in their power they cannot turn against life anymore with all they do. It is that simple and that profound.


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    • unincredulous unincredulous

      Dip your dollars in rainwater, and pay your taxes with them.


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  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Oh..me ..oh..my..
    Polly's tied to the train tracks.


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  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    "Shinji Kinjo, leader of a disaster task force at Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority, said his office hadn’t been aware of the measurement errors. The regulator’s oversight of the utility is based on Tepco’s measurements, he added."

    Just for perspective:
    "The regulator’s oversight of the utility is based on Tepco’s [admittedly false] measurements."

    The observed radiation readings in groundwater indicate that the groundwater is coming into contact with nuclear fuel corium located in the ground.

    The observed level of contamination cannot possibly be from groundwater that has leaked into the reactor buildings, and cooling water that has leaked out of the buildings.
    The observed radiation readings in groundwater are coming from groundwater flowing around melted fuel in the ground, and flowing through corium lava tubes left behind by the meltout.
    In the ground!
    Better start taking your own measurements, JNRA!

    Where is the corium, eh TEPCO? ;)


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  • Proton

    Too bad the bad data was trusted without question by all of the mass reporting agencies…

    Ouch life on earth


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  • SOUL VOICE atomicistheword

    Atomics for underling 101.

    Cesium 137.

    You may have heard frauds compare cesium 137 with cesium 133 or even potassium found naturally in a banana.

    Cesium 137 is a man made byproduct of atomic radiation power production & atomic bomb blasts. It has a half-life of 30 years; it mimics potassium in how it enters large organs in your body. Cesium 137 can mutate cells DNA into a cancer; because it is active for a long period of time it has many years in low doses to cause damage to your body. Medically used cesium 137 is not ingested by breathing particles or eating contaminated food. There is NO SAFE DOSE of cesium 137. It only takes one particle to attach to a cell to possibly cause a cancer to develop. Remember medical cesium 137 does not enter your mouth, stomach or is breathed into your lungs.

    The atomic disaster in Japan was caused by General Electric Hitachi designed and or manufactured atomic radiation reactors failing to contain atomic radiation. The outcome being atomic radiation has and continues to be released into the environment polluting the world for centuries. Cesium 137 was NOT the only atomic radiation released.


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  • GQR2

    Its bad,bad,bad the public has been lulled,bamboozled outright greenwashed,sustained,developed and radiated- lied to.
    memes pushed, isotopes are good, cute or something not too too harmful.
    Well they are extremely grotesquely and utterly poisonous. Its
    Omnicidal to deal in Nuclear energy.
    Albuquerque NM named it's baseball team the isotopes!
    The cover up of this ongoing slow motion ELE is the biggest story.
    By the time it comes out it will be too late,it really already is.
    Its a matter of the truth.
    People ought to know,have a right to know how stupid and evil people have been-its not all rosy out there and the government is not your friend.


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  • jec jec

    Has Japan returned the Plutonium back to the USA yet? Or was it returned…airborne..Collect on Delivery(COD)?


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  • Nick

    Levels significantly understated.

    THAT is all we need to know.

    Now, for those of you who have NOT been up to speed with Fukushimess, take some time to watch
    You-Tube videos of the events of 3/11/11. Don't worry about being mesmerized by the tsunami footage, it helps to understand how powerful the earthquake was, the vast energy that was released.

    Now imagine the shaking and rattling and cracking that destroyed one of the world's largest nuclear power (plus weapons grade stuff?) plants in the world, a site having also one of the world's largest concentration of radioactive waste (spent fuel pools).

    As you watch #1 and #3 blow, try to stifle that chill running up your spine.

    Still think bananas are the enemy?


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  • Nick

    It really shouldn't be THAT hard for any average person to conclude that Fukushima was/is/will be a disaster for the rest of time.

    No shill on the planet will be able to obfuscate or placate the masses much longer.

    on 3/11/14….Fukushima will go viral beyond anyone's expectations.

    Start popping that popcorn.


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  • GQR2

    Fukushhhh will engender viruses beyond anyone's expectations.


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  • SadieDog

    March 1, anniversary of largest nuclear bomb ever exploded, by the US, "Illumination Day" to recognize victims.
    http://www.prweb.com/releases/IlluminationDay/ninedegreesnorth/prweb11566121.htm


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    • SadieDog

      - On March 1, 2014, people from all countries are asked to join together online and in their communities to educate, pay respect, and honor the Marshallese people affected by the Castle Bravo test, which was 1000 times more powerful than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima.


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  • sentinelle sentinelle

    “Public confidence (belief) in our (fabricated) reports on radiation levels is essential to everything we are doing”


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  • Cooter cooterboy

    As an analogy;
    Where's your homework Johnny Tepco.

    Well teacher it's like this.
    I was walking to school and rain puddles lined the street.
    So your home work fell in the mud puddle?
    No, the wind blew it out of my arms, that's when this truck came by and I had to jump out of the way and when I did my home work went up into the wind.
    So your home work then fell in a puddle?
    No, I ran for blocks chasing my home work and I was about to catch it and this big dog attacked me.
    So, the dog ate your home work?
    No, the dog reached the end of it's chain just short of biting me and I fell alongside the mud puddle with my home work in my hand.
    So, your home work then fell with you into the puddle?
    No, fearing for my life while lying in the road, I rolled out of the way.
    So, you saved your home work?
    No, when I rolled away from the mud puddle towards the curb this big shark jumped out of the mud puddle and ate my home work.
    So, where is your home work?
    Your gonna have to ask the shark.

    TEPCO
    “Public confidence in our reports on radiation levels is essential to everything we are doing”

    Now J. TEPCO is willing to get fishing poles and go look for that boy attacking killer shark that lurks along our roadways in mud puddles, so this never happens again to little boys and girls.
    I feel better now.

    Peace,
    my apologies to all those named Johnny.


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  • Nick

    In 1958, my family boat sat the Golden Rule in Honolulu.

    My parents knew then that the nuclear age was fraught with dangers.

    But, although the US did eventually stop atmospheric tests, the nasty nuclear goodies continued to pile up until the present day.

    We are now at a tipping point rarely seen in the history of planet earth.

    Get ready.


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    You will be fine, maybe a little gassy, but that is OK! :)


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  • Nick

    No, the only way to get ready is to carry on with your life.

    Termination will happen.

    Some of us will go sooner than others.

    It is written.


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  • nuknomore nuknomore

    We will KNOW what is REALLY going on when it is undeniable.
    When we see everything and everyone around us sick and dying.. And we will know only by the obvious signs.. They still will not tell us the truth.
    Humans are being managed by rich and powerful people, like we manage cattle..
    Its that simple.


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  • We Not They Finally

    They lie, lie, lie, lie, and lie. And now there is a Japanese law protecting the lies. So what is now forcing them to at least admit that their measurements were a pack of lies all along? I quaver to think what…..


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  • melting mermaid melting mermaid

    The nose on the face of the nuclear industry has grown so long it threatens the very fabricof space and time


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  • jackassrig

    When I go for a cat scan, the technician covers my gonads with a lead apron. I don't usually carry a lead apron around to eat bananas.


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