Hot particle found 400 kilometers from Fukushima with radioactivity over 40 billion Bq/kg — Large black puddles of fallout along roadsides might well be from inside failed fuel rods (VIDEOS)

Published: December 17th, 2013 at 12:59 am ET


Arnie Gundersen, Chief Engineer at Fairewinds, Dec. 16, 2013 (at 3:30 in): Large puddles of black particles have been found on the side of the road, each individual grain is extraordinarily radioactive. This is fall-out, this is hot particles that have coalesced together on the side of the road. Recently a hot particle was discovered 250 miles [400 kilometers] away from Fukushima. It was so radioactive that if it were a pound of material instead of just a particle, the pound would be giving off 20 billion disintegrations per second [44 billion becquerels per kilogram] […] That small speck could easily be lodged in someone’s lung. >> Watch the video here

Japan’s Black Dust, Fairewinds Energy Education, July 10, 2013: Marco Kaltofen, President at Boston Chemical Data Corp. & Doctoral student researcher at Worcester Polytechnic Institute: […] We kept hearing reports about something unusual, a black dust […] we finally got a very small sample […] It’s a single substance. It’s not a mix of mineral particles and pieces of dead bugs and plant matter and dust particles […] it doesn’t look like the surrounding soils. And it is much more intensely radioactive than any other soil or dust sample we’ve gotten from around Fukushima Daiichi. […]  There’s something unusual happening with this stuff. […] this particle contains not only fission waste products from the reactor but very likely contains a concentrated unburned nuclear fuel. And that’s unusual. This sample had by far the highest level of uranium daughters that we’ve seen in a dust or soil sample. We’re actually seeing material that might well have come from inside a failed fuel assembly. >> Watch the video here

See also: [intlink id=”tv-mysterious-black-substance-flew-all-tokyo-area-fukushima-ten-days-after-first-explosion-theyve-shrouded-horror-everyone-looks-damaged-radiation-video” type=”post”]TV: Mysterious black substance flew all the way to Tokyo area from Fukushima ten days after first explosion (VIDEO)[/intlink]

Published: December 17th, 2013 at 12:59 am ET


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116 comments to Hot particle found 400 kilometers from Fukushima with radioactivity over 40 billion Bq/kg — Large black puddles of fallout along roadsides might well be from inside failed fuel rods (VIDEOS)

  • Kashiko Kashiko

    Where exactly. I want to know but no time to watch the videos. Work calls.
    PS. I hope not in Niigata.

    • bo bo

      Me too. Would like to know.

    • KerriCarter


      • soern

        Mind the trap!

      • Crash2Parties Crash2Parties

        When we come across obvious spam like this, is there a specific searchable term the mods prefer put in the 'report comment' comment field, please?


          just flag it as "SPAM", and admin will delete it at their discretion.

          On another point regarding these commercial posts. I find it disgusting that these people would feel free post these ads withing forums that deal with life-and-death issues. These are obviously people who'd attend a funeral with "Eat at Joes" placards…

          • DUDe DisasterInterpretationDissorder

            or if you increase their energy a nut wil try to sell a glas of water to someone falling of the Niagara..

    • dka

      didn't you realise by now?
      It's all over Eastern Japan. Wake up!

    • This stuff was never found more than about 30 km away before this point.

      Radiation is spreading and reaching out further and further, all across Japan.

      Radiation readings are going way UP, in areas far from Fukushima.

      It could be Fukushima, or it could be high radiation burning of radioactive waste, and stuff coming out of stacks of incinerators all across japan, or both..

      Facts are facts, mam.

      Sadly, the facts are getting much worse in Japan… 🙁

    • Watched the video, but still don't know where that big chunk of hot particle was found…

  • Socrates

    How can the Olympics be held there? The largest evacuation in human history may take place.

    When will they face up to the grim reality even as we prepare to shelter and flee the West Coast.

    What were they thinking?

    • Flapdoodle Flapdoodle

      New Olympic event: 10 thousand kilometer dash.

    • Shammalammadingdong

      Flee the West Coast?

      Bammalamma ain't gonna allow that. He'll continue with the typical liberal diatribe.

      You don't need to know. We'll save you.

      Despite my best wishes and my greatest hopes, you guys have all turned this site into some left wing paradise.

      I kept telling you it's not left or right or anything else….it was about the situation. But, you didn't want to listen.

      Now that your left wing nutjob Moore is pushing for more nuclear power, you may understand why I said don't make it political.


    • charlie3

      Lots of Japanese will be sick and dying long before the Olympics are cancelled.

    • Crash2Parties Crash2Parties

      Plenty of available hotel rooms. Staff will be brought in, likely from the Philippines. And, visitors will get a chance to eat locally grown rice with the regional officials.

      "Don't drink the water" will take on a whole new meaning.

      I have relatives who live in Japan in three branches of my extended family (incl by marriage). The islands are their heritage; like most of us they won't leave until they have no other choice. By then, I fear it won't really matter much. We've had conversations that revolve around the realization that two hundred years from now they may have dispersed so widely that the cultural identity called, "Japanese" will be lost to time.

  • Socrates

    Government covering up large exposures. To protect the government or the people?

    • harengus_acidophilus

      To protect the puppet master.

      Gouvernments don't really exists.


      • +10000 puppet masters = 1%, military industrial complex, and global nuclear promoting corporations such as GE, Hitachi, etc..

        They are rolling out the last dance, for all us puppets.

        Dance, dance, dance…

    • dka

      No, to protect the investments of rich investors.

    • Crash2Parties Crash2Parties

      Neither. To protect the multinationals. They can feed off one country, one economy at a time until it is dead & then simply focus on a different, more vibrant one until there is nothing left. They hold allegiance to only themselves. By definition their goal is to be selfish and take everything.

      In my book, that is the definition of, "evil". That is the "devil" that Christians speak of (take your pick of other equivalent cultural icons). Not gays, not adulterers, not petty thieves, not non-believers or infidels; those are all small personal sins if you believe in that cosmology. It's the few individuals (1500 worldwide?) that can and are destroying entire cultures and bloodlines that deserve the world's scorn and persecution.

  • Lion76 Lion76

    The Mayans were right…

    No more "ignorant bliss" this is the NEW WORLD ORDER

    Sorry for the dramatics, but I love a good metaphor.

  • homeenergyexpert homeenergyexpert

    I talked to Arnie Gunderson, at the Mark I & Mark II Congressional Briefing in D.C., and he said this is only the beginning. The Japanese Govt., and TEPCO are not going to spend the Trillions of USD's.

    I said Trillions, not Billions!

    If you want to fix it, like the USSR did, one reactor in six months, then you need to use over 100,000 workers.

    Many only for minutes, and have them never do it again. Watch the "Uncensored Battle of Chernobyl" on the video page at You will see workers who only worked 5-minutes and were done! That is #3 Reactor. It is where they need to use the Former Workers for Fukushima. You will die working on #3, but it needs to be shored up, before it collapses in the up and coming over 5.0R Earthquake!

  • Jakobi Jakobi

    Detox radiation from the body:

    "ACCORDING TO DR. CHRISTOPHER BUSBY, SCIENCE SECRETARY OF ECRR (European Committee on Radiation Risk) –>> Supplements for the body human: for adult 800 mg Calcium/ 350 mg Magnesium – blocks absorption of radionuclides strontium, plutonium and cesium. The ratio is important (webmed recomends even higher amounts of calcium, just remember to keep the ratio calcium/magnesium, and D3 helps with calcium absorption. (about half that for a 10 year old child)PLUS antioxidants and minerals micro-minerals… What I do: Vitamin C, 3-5 grams aka 3,000 – 5,000mg/day and B-complex, Antioxidants: A, E, D3…. broad array of Minerals. (Mousseau, Chernobyl, Bird studies: anti-oxidants help the body remain more resilient to the effects of contaminants.)"

    Neutralizing Nuclear Radioactivity?:

    • fireguyjeff fireguyjeff

      Jakobi, et al:
      I have read through the first 6 patents of your last link.

      Every single one of them refers to transmutation as a process to
      alter weapons grade Pu or other reactor waste products in to less radioactive isotopes.

      They are using the terms transmutation in a rather literal/academic sense. If one does not read the details,
      it would be easy to make an inference that they are proposing
      a method to transmute actinides in to lesser (benign) elements.

      Such is not the case in any way in any of the latter patents.

      Not a single one addresses (nor intends to) the holy grail of being able to (or intending to) neutralize radioactivity.

      • razzz razzz

        fireguyjeff: Let's not confuse people with facts.

      • Crash2Parties Crash2Parties

        Question: Is it possible to ingest enough 'clean' calcium to statistically block absorption of Strontium in a manner similar to taking non-active Iodine?

        • MoonlightEmpire MoonlightEmpire

          Probably…but loose, man-made radioactive material eventually invades everything, everywhere. The only way to know what is in the thing you consume is to test it with relatively sophisticated equipment, and even then, how cumbersome would constant testing be? I guess at least you can try…

          In the meantime, boycot everything man-made…while loving and helping those around you.

    • American Phoenix57

      Here is the product I take before I eat or drink anything. I addition I take 2500mg of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) from and the top of the line vitamin/mineral supplement from I liked it so much I bought into the company! My kids and pets take it as well.

      The home page is slow to load (animations) but well worth the wait.

    • Plutonium mimics IRON, not calcium or magnesium. So how can CA/MAG protect you from plutonium?

      Any studies in this direction? Links to articles explaining this?

      It would be nice if ONE pill could protect against everything, but that does not exist.

  • Ontological Ontological

    I have wondered since the beginning of the FUFU weather or not there is enough money world wide to safely get out of this global mess. Now I have doubts about enough fresh water available for the time span needed to cool 3 great globs of corium. To just stop adding cooling water, and allow the ground water to do the job, could be risky, boron etc. needs to be regularly added to each cauldron of death. Seawater will create quadrillions more Bucky balls in X time increments so the wisdom of stopping the groundwater flow and allowing in back siphoned seawater from storm surge, or one of those 'never to happen again' EQ/tsunamis that could interact with any ongoing criticality lurking below is a bit out on a limb. A never-ending column of black death dust, yikes! Another thing that bugs me about all this, is: What if the corium ELEments in contaminated ground water coming in contact with the sodium ions in seawater after they flow away from the NPP; make BB C60 carbon cage molecules encapsulating U/PU, and many other radioisotope clusters at their centers anyways? Shiver me timbers, I hope it is simply fuel dust!

    • WavyGravy unobtanium

      Apparently Japan has a lot of extra money to spend on the military.

      Japan said Tuesday it intends to boost military spending by five percent over the next five years, with a hardware splurge intended to beef up defence of far-flung territories amid a corrosive row with China.

      The cabinet of hawkish Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed 24.7 trillion yen ($240 billion) would be spent between 2014 and 2019, including on drones, submarines, fighter jets and amphibious vehicles, in a strategic shift towards the south and west.

      The shopping list is part of efforts by Abe to normalise the military in Japan, which has been officially pacifist since defeat in World War II. Its well-equipped and highly professional services are limited to a narrowly defined self-defensive role.

      New defence guidelines approved by the cabinet on Tuesday said Tokyo will introduce a "dynamic joint defence force," intended to help air, land and sea forces work together more effectively in the face of danger.

      "China … is taking dangerous action that can draw unexpected contingencies," said the guidelines.

      You can read the rest of the article at:

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        Japan should just continue being unnormal in a military sense. Bad time to change. The greatest danger to their country right now is their own toxic nuclear nightmare. Spend the money there.

      • Kashiko Kashiko

        What's the point? To protect what? japan will be uninhabitable soon and nobody will want it. Lose the small insignificant islands, they are not that important and spend the money sorting out this mess you and TEPCO have made. But I suppose he wants the military spending, American style, to boost the flagging economy. I despair of these people.

      • harengus_acidophilus

        Japan is history!

        They have stocked a lot of Pu, and they
        are able to build nuclear weapons.

        Interesting times …

        …what means "kamikaze"?


      • charlie3

        Japan has been nuked several times over now. They want to distract their popullation from fukushima with a a suicidal confrontation with China on behalf of the US. It's nihilistic madness.

        • James Tekton James Tekton

          Charlie said:

          "They want to distract their popullation from fukushima with a a suicidal confrontation with China on behalf of the US."

          On behalf of the rothschild puppet masters that own the US and GE and every other govt on the planet.


      • Then they have that 6000 tons of plutonium that the US gave them..

        How many nuclear bombs is that? Only 7 kg was 'delivered' by US and destroyed one of their cities…

        • justasweetgurl

          I'm afraid I have to challenge the figure of 6,000 tons of plutonium, and that the USA gave it to them. Please prove this, or at least provide sources.

      • Crash2Parties Crash2Parties

        Gotta prepare for the civil unrest that is almost inevitable at this point…

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          Hide and seek will continue forward and very few of the millions of distracted humans will ever catch on.. 🙁

          Your are now here with a very small elite group of thinkers my friend… 🙂

      • James Tekton James Tekton

        Which is easier?

        To kill them all off in a war, or to let them wake up to the reality that their own govt is murdering every one on the planet?

        • justasweetgurl

          Historically, wars have a poor track record in bringing population down. Famine and plague are much better. Radiation is the best of all. It's dnaicide, and we're suffering it.

  • razzz razzz

    "…The Reagan’s crew had been assured that there was no radiation to worry about over the open ocean and, as the ship’s navigator, Enis had been led to believe that the radiation was a distinct plume that they could avoid. It was now apparent that the radiation cloud was everywhere, and avoiding it would not always be possible.

    On the quarter mile long deck there was another alarming note.

    “I had a digital watch,” said quartermaster Jaime Plym, “and it suddenly stopped working. Somebody made a crack that radiation would do that. There were five or six of us on deck and everyone looked at their watches – and all the digital watches had stopped. There was one that was real expensive, and it wasn’t working either.

    “We were laughing at first. But then that petered out and we just sort of looked at each other because it wasn’t funny anymore…”

    If this writeup doesn't give you a clear picture of Daiichi while it is blowing up, I don't what will. The link is only part two of two.

    • w29r7 w29r7

      That's a good read, thx.

    • Ana Ana

      Thank you for the link. I made me cry when I saw how stupidly they handled the radiation on the Navy ships in the plume and cry again when their medical records were "lost" so now as the sailors die the VA and Navy will do nothing to help them. We may as well have just stood them all in a line and machine gunned them down.

  • Alpha1

    Wow the largest evacuation in history needs to happen now or it will not be able to happen, what person wants to fly through anything like this?

    Shame on us we are all going to be the brunt of an experiment and disaster is soon to follow. I wonder if Sean Connery had any idea he was truly Zardoz the man of the future. This is the ELE we talked about guy's for years this was the one. This was the wave and the last days numbered before time we can not only look at our last day but our great grandchildren will live in a place of darkness if we can even have them.

    If our sun had flared this large we would have just been incinerated, what days lie before man, a friend of mine told me that the last days are neigh and I told him to prepare for the end!!! What to do what do you do in the last days of your life but plan a good ending to a bumpy start!!!

    Not much here but a last stance and a last cry before calling out to the creation for the help we so much needed hundreds of years ago.

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Never was a fix for meltdowns. The nuclear industry just hoped it'd never happen. But it does .. time, and time again.

    And now, physically changing the world for the worse, permanently.

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Yes, this Fukushima event and all other Nuclear Power Generation accidents in the very near future will send the final nails into the world's fate and circumstance. Disease for 100% of all biological life remaining on this planet. 🙁
      The numbers do not lie:
      Fact: 127 million people living in Japan/1.36 current birth rate/Japan is dying after 1945 Nuclear Bomb blasts
      Fact: For every 3 people that die in Japan 1 dies from cancer/Nuclear radiation Contamination is the cause
      Fact: 127 million x 25% cancer death rate= 31,750,000 Japanese citizens will die directly from cancer
      Fact: 75% increase in cancer rates projected by 2030
      Fact: 31,750,000 x 75% increase cancer rate =+23,812,500 deaths or 55,562,500 cancer deaths
      ~Extrapolate world cancer deaths at 7 billion human population~ Cause Radiation Contamination~
      Fact: Potential 1.75 billion cancer deaths now and by 2030/3.06 billion cancer deaths worldwide

      All of this disease and death so some/just a few Nuclear Pukes can play around with the splitting of the atom to simply heat water? 🙁

      We (humans) certainly are all bat-shit crazy as a species! 🙁

      I was asked a party recently, will you take chemo? This question posed to me by a college degreed educator? 🙁

      • +10000 irrefutable… and that is with a healthy Japanese diet mind you.

      • myau

        May I ask Obewan if his numbers are potentially correct,the 1.75 billion death/3.06 billion worldwide by 2030, and since N.America got the blunt of the radioX plume plus ocean contaminants, then how many people will be alive in N.America or I imagine should have been wipe-out by then logically! 2 sets of words,tragic & sad, criminal & insane. Thanks.

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          Myau, the numbers are based on "all" those alive in Japan and then extrapolated to the rest of the world, born then to any age at death, at those projected dates.

          1945 start point due to introduction of Nuclear Technology to Planet Earth!
          Possible rate overlap window ranges:
          Japan 2012 at 25% rate (range 1945 to 2035)
          Japan 2030 at 44% rate (range 2012 to 2102)

          So the disease/cancer windows to watch are from 0/birth to 90/death age groups.

          The USA is also at a loosing birth rate and well below the 2.13 required to maintain a viable civilization.

          The only reason this is not seen/reported in the USA is because of the massive legal and illegal immigration numbers now entering the country 24/7 to skew all results reported.

          It would appear the Earth's Extermination Protocol is now active thanks to our application and use of the invisible, odorless, tasteless Nuclear Technology!

          The entire world will be negatively effected by these recent 3 Nuclear Core Meltdowns, with no end in sight, at Fukushima to some degree. 🙁

          Numbers will increase based on new future Nuclear Meltdowns/Accidents should they occur.

          Ergo: Why the World Extrapolation numbers!

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        Every time I go to the doctor, I am told to quit smoking. Why? Why can't a doctor tell patients in Japan to stop breathing?

    • James Tekton James Tekton

      TBP said:

      "And now, physically changing the world for the worse, permanently."

      And you know we were warned, as is the Illuminati way of doing things.

      Think back to this movie:

      And of course in this well known movie series:

      These movies show the future of the human species and no one really cared to stop the actions that were implemented to cause this. Remember, the isreallis work for the rotchilds who want to kill off the entire earths population. They used stuxnet to cause this horrid ELE. The really messed up things is, the world's people are letting them do it crying out things like, CHANGE!!!

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Hot particles?

    Scientists: ‘Spheres’ of radioactive material from Fukushima reported for first time — Ball-like particles composed of cesium, iron, zinc — Solid and insoluble in water — Impact on human health needs to be examined (PHOTOS)
    Oct 24 2013

    "The Fukushima nuclear accident released radioactive materials into the environment over the entire Northern Hemisphere […] we still do not know the exact physical and chemical properties of the radioactive materials. This study directly observed spherical Cs-bearing particles emitted during a relatively early stage (March 14-15) of the accident. In contrast to the Cs-bearing radioactive materials that are currently assumed, these particles are larger, contain Fe, Zn, and Cs, and are water insoluble. Our simulation indicates that the spherical Cs-bearing particles mainly fell onto the ground by dry deposition." wonder the cyanobacteria it.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Arnie does tell it sometimes…

    "At 1:02:00 in: During April, the people in Seattle could have just as easily been in Tokyo for the amount of hot particles that were there"

    Expert: Appears that more nuclear fuel damaged at Fukushima than all other reactor accidents in history combined (VIDEO)
    July 1 2011

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Hot particle?..which 'hot particle'?

    Shimpei Takeda Makes Art out of Radioactive Dirt

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    "44 billion becquerels per kilogram"
    The black ubstance, that is everywhere in Japan, is so much worse than we knew.
    And we knewfrom the first reports that it was very bad.
    The quote says it is "unburned fuel".
    It is actually burned fuel, IMHO.
    When the corium crust fissions, it burns Uranium and Plutonium into daughter nuclides.
    This is happening continuously.
    As corium burns, it gives off this soot.

    Still NO PLAN and NO ACTION to build Impermeable Wall around Units1-4 to stop groundwater from becoming contaminated.

    Still NO PLAN and NO ACTION to locate 3 missing cores.

    Puny and ineffective response.

    We get bluff and bluster towards China, but no action at Fukushima.
    This is all getting much, much worse at a rate that alarms even we ENEnewser Alarmists! 😉

    Da Yooper wants to know:

    Where is da damn corium, Tepco, eh?

    • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

      690 PBq of cesium released from Fuku.
      The full nuclear fuel load of Reactors 1,2,&3 was released into the environment.


      TIC TOC, tic toc, time is running out…

    • Crash2Parties Crash2Parties

      "Still NO PLAN and NO ACTION …"

      Do you have any idea what that could do to TEPCO's profits (and therefore, Abe's bank accounts, too)? No, far better to just keep pretending until all the news is slowly leaked out like a slowly cooking frog. At that point, whatever tiny subsidiary of TEPCO is still connected to Fukushima-Daiichi can simply fold or walk away, claiming that they need a government or even international bailout. Of course, by then the company's collection of precious, expensive isotopes will be stored all across Japan and most other mid-latitude land masses.

    • James Tekton James Tekton

      Pun said:

      "This is all getting much, much worse at a rate that alarms even we ENEnewser Alarmists! ;)"

      And the real deal is, the radiation is swirling all around the entire east, and especially into china. They all know they are all toast. Maybe it is easier to die in a nuke attack, than to slowly die in a nuke attack.

      Go figure.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    "When the corium crust fissions, it burns Uranium and Plutonium into daughter nuclides" Arnie says..nuclear fuel..(now corium)..does what corium does.

  • w29r7 w29r7

    I think a first step, to show our discontent, is simply stop
    consuming Japanese goods. It ain't easy for some folks, given the
    wide use and likes of the electronics and cars, etc.
    But this is a start, I suppose. 'cause I really want the JP gov.
    to take care of their own people, rather than money grap.

    • many moons

      I think that would be a wise move anyway, not even as a protest.

      With no one checking the radioactive levels of the products, parts etc. leaving Japan, how would you know if your computer was or wasn't "hot" I bought my computer in 2010, really don't know what I will do when it stops working.

      Any suggestions?…..Many computers are made in other countries but the parts may come from Fukushima.

      • vicky13 vicky13

        HI many moons,,

        When you need to buy a new notebook I suggest buying ASUS.

        Is a German company. I refuse to buy anything I can from Japan, and my last 2 notebooks have been Asus.

        Good place to buy is Tiger Direct,,

        ASUS ROCKS!!!

        • Crash2Parties Crash2Parties

          ASUS (ASUSTek, the parent company) is Taiwanese. Headquarters & huge manufacturing park is in Taipei, founded in 1989 or 90. Just a bit Southwest of Japan. I think the first product of theirs I bought was an add-on for an IBM-XT, back when geeks went to "Computer Show and Sale" events at local venues, early 90's. Quality & support has gone through definite cycles from best of breed to horribly flaky and back again over the years.

        • Ourself Ourself

          I built a desktop with an ASUS motherboard in 2007, only to find out a few years later that that specific motherboard always just stops working randomly, not just for me, but for everyone.

      • Ana Ana

        Russia has already rejected Nissan auto parts as too radioactive.
        Ana in Sacramento

  • many moons

    Thank you Vicki! The prices are great!
    But how do you know that the German company hasn't outsourced to Japan for parts????

    I really love the Lenovo I have, I wonder if the parts that Lenovo uses are from Japan.

    • vicky13 vicky13

      HI many moons,,

      I can't say how many parts in ASUS are outsourced. But I figure,, at least Germany has decided to go NUKE FREE, and as a consumer,, I can support that decision by buying their products.

      I have a Lenovo, I bought years ago, still works good too. But, I will never buy a obvious product from Japan again.

      Yeah TigerDirect is great I buy all my electronics from them.

      I have 2 ASUS fully loaded gamer machines, will buy from ASUS again, really happy with the notebooks.

  • angel finland

    This black radioactive pap is:


    The whole island of Japan has already been completely DESTROYED!

    It is a matter of time when the entire Japanese people have to move away from the island, which Tebco and American nuclear power plant bowls have caused the people of Japan!

    Simultaneously sad and idiotic human capitalism destroyed the beautiful result of the greed at the expense of money!

  • Nick

    But….but…but we have to be very afraid of Unit #4 spent fuel pool removal.

    And the leaking tanks up hill from the plant.

    The rat chewed trunk lines.

    The vent stack readings.

    Hot particles of mystery black substance? Must be a black snotmoldufungus. No worry, just vacuum it up and place in incinerator.

    Japan has been contaminated. They continue to spread the radiation by dumping and burning.

    alpha/beta/gamma oh my

    alpha/beta/gamma oh my

    Follow the yellow-cake road.

    TEPCO….the great and powerful OZ….. has spoken

    …..Toto, we aren't in Kansas anymore……..

    Somewhere over the Rainbow, you'll find black fuel fleas.

    Oh why can't I…….?

  • ftlt

    Not good is it

  • weeman

    They state that the radioactive particles are electrically charged and tend to attract each other, is this a avenue worth study to see if you could collect the isotopes through this process, has anybody tried?
    Will they continue to conglomerate and get bigger, I would think? For sure to accumulate in hot spots.
    You do realize that this confirms 100 percent that containment has been breeched, no arguments now.

  • ftlt

    Count the ways we are killing our time on this planet…

    • James Tekton James Tekton

      Ftlt said:

      "Count the ways we are killing our time on this planet…"

      Count the ways THEY are killing off the human species on this planet.


  • Nick

    Cold Shut Down.

    How did they cold shut down reactors that weren't even in containment?

    Decontamination Plan on schedule:

    -By the year 2019 Japan will have completed the biological destruction of the Northern Hemisphere.

    -By 2020 the tokyo olympics will go on as planned.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    If I find a hot particle I promise to mail it to the original owner. Would that make me a terrorist? If so, what does that make Tepco?

    • +10000000

      Who are the REAL terrorists?

      We certainly feel terror, and it is not from no puny AL Queda, Taliban or even drones from North Korea…


      If you are not feeling VERY afraid, even terror, by actions and works spoken by the pro nuclear apologists, there is something very wrong..

      We are all hostages to the nuclear cult, worshipping at the feet of the Sun God – RA

      • James Tekton James Tekton

        Dr G said:

        "We are all hostages to the nuclear cult, worshipping at the feet of the Sun God – RA"

        We are all hostages to the nuklear cult, worshipping the money god and satan/lucifer, it's minion in man.


  • Shammalammadingdong

    Not pushing any agenda. I realize that to make this conversation palatable to everyone, it should be kept to the topic at hand. Reading some of the comments makes me feel like we're on a left wing site. Shouldn't be that way.

    • James Tekton James Tekton

      Hey flambamba ding-a-ling, how about putting a cork in your biscuit and going back to huff and puff to blow hard your borscht and horn squaggling tripe. This is not a right or left thing, it is an ELE thing you ding bing ling a ling dongkey dork!!!

      Sorry, you set yourself up to be taken down. Go back to your puppet masters and tell them you failed to divide and conquer this forum.

    • rakingmuck

      That is the great thing about blogs. You can leave.

      • Shammalammadingdong

        You miss my point. Yes I can leave.

        I was under the impression everyone here wanted the information provided to as many people as possible.

        If not, then by all means….continue spewing your politically charged comments into your echo chamber.

        I'm sure that's going to last forever.

    • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice


      Sometimes there seem to be more (drunken) Trolls than lefties on this website.

      In either case, I can assure you I am a libertarian who, for example, believes big government and communitarianism are stripping people of personal responsibility and accountability, de-legitimizing and marginalizing the authority of the family and other traditional non-state social institutions, and creating a dangerous "group think" tendency in society, that could run us all off a cliff.

      As Obewan says, the left/right is a wholly contrived dialectic, a dialectic designed to divide people over the social issues that the people care about, but the wealthy and the agency lobbyists do not, and then divide (or share) the economic and national security issues that the wealthy and government lobbyists care about between the two parties. So, the people get to pick their poison: For example, left is for big government; right is for big corporations; but nowhere is neither. Both are essentially united for the current war on Terror, as well as monetary and economic policy, not to mention oil policy.

      The nuclear issue presents a classic "tragedy of the commons" problem. In any instance where the few have some large incentive to do a thing that then destroys something much more valuable to society in the long run, the behavior must be regulated or prohibited. Even a libertarian would say so.

      • Shammalammadingdong

        I'm not going to disagree with you on any of that.

        It is all contrived. But, that's how people think….which is why it was contrived in the first place.

        Don't play into it. That's all I'm saying.

    • unincredulous unincredulous

      Let me step into your free-speech zone, Shamma. None of that lefty tripe here for the next 350 or less words.

      Black, radioactive, deadly shit all over the place, in puddles. How nice. I wonder if someone could make some nice tires out of it. Highly toxic, radioactive particles found 400 kilometers from Fukushima. Must be from somewhere else. Not Fukushima. Must have fallen from some left-wing hippie truck. Not much more to say. Besides, I am getting a little claustrophobic. I know they say 40 square inches is a sufficient free speech zone, but I tend to ramble a bit.

      Man, I got to run, this shit is killing me.

      • Shammalammadingdong

        I'm an ex nuke, USN. I am fully aware of what is going on there.

        That's why I'm here, why I'm concerned, and why I make my suggestions to the group mind here.

        • unincredulous unincredulous

          We are Borg, we are a collective mind. No emotion. Only logic. We are Henry Kissinger's dumb animals. Thank God for the implants.

          I think that if we only stick to the facts here, the blog would be so dull everyone would fall asleep reading it. It would be nice to have humans communicating here. Not computers.

          If only scientists discussed this stuff, I am sure fewer people would read it and understand the dangers here. I am fairly well educated, but not a scientist, and many comments here put me to sleep. I becquerel, 2 becquerels, 3 becquerels, 4 becquerels, 5 becquerels, getting sleepy, very sleepy. Crap, I know it's bad. You won't see that exact phraseology in a scientific paper. Get MAD, GET ANGRY. WE are NOT going to take it anymore! That's from the movies, sad. But it is based on a true emotion.

        • unincredulous unincredulous

          Air Force here. Many years ago. A decade of service in H.K.'s dumb animal corps.

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Lets call it a human site for now.. 🙂

    You are correct, this is not a Left vs Right issue since they both have been in control for well over 200 years and we are all now reaping the direct results of their continuing left/right collaborations. 🙁

    • Shammalammadingdong

      I read articles on Free Republic, Prison Planet, HP….all for mainly entertainment in the comments.

      On the other hand, I come here for information not accumulated (or taken seriously) on other sites.

      This site is where I first was able to access the video of the plants exploding.

      I've NEVER seen that on network television.

      The work here is important.

      Don't let it slip away because of the efforts of a few trolls.

  • Crash2Parties Crash2Parties

    So, if a handful of Mid East Muslim Extremists released a dirty bomb on a US city, they'd immediately be labeled "terrorists" by law enforcement and likely shot on sight, right?

    Yet a handful of International Capitalism Extremists can do the same on a truly massive scale and the people poisoned have to struggle to get the news out.

    It's pretty clear we've been duped.

    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

      The nuclear industry is fascist and communist, not capitalists. Nuclear energy cannot exist without huge government subsidies or without being freed of any liability for any mismanagement or accidents. This is not capitalism. Nuclear energy is exorbitantly expensive. Making people pay for their own death is not civilized, but sick, sick, sick.

      • flatsville

        YES. As I posted previously, no need for capital interests, lawyers etc.. to make nuclear power generation a reality…just the will of the state. Even a state cloaked in the guise of a democracy.

        • Crash2Parties Crash2Parties

          So, who is at the "top", then? Is it the President? Congress? They didn't build Fukushima-Daiichi.

          A: It's the 1500 (or so, worldwide) Billionaires. It was money (and it's associate, power) that bought the politicians and built the plants and for what end? To make a profit, and to increase personal, political power. It only approximates "communism" because in a democracy, everyone pays via government subsidies which were lobbied for by…the capital investors (can you see the cycle?).

      • Crash2Parties Crash2Parties

        Fascism: the blending of government and corporation. Although not necessary (ie other forms are possible), currently that means the the capitalists who own both the corporations and via influence, the politicians (ie, the government). Here in the USA, if they can easily influence both parties, they really have little to fear from the power of a "democracy".