Japan Doctor: “Completely beyond comprehension” how huge the contamination of ocean water will be — Fukushima radioactive material poured in landfills to enter sea — It’s spreading over whole world (VIDEO)

Published: December 5th, 2013 at 11:27 am ET


NYC Press Conference hosted by Voices for Lively Spring/Human Rights Now/Physicians for Social Responsibility, Cinema Forum Fukushima, May 4, 2012 (h/t Facebook tip):

Dr. Ken Nakayama, surgeon and member of Japan government’s Disaster Medical Assistance Team that worked rescue operations in the Fukushima exclusion zone soon after 3/11 (at 5:30 in):

Roughly 5 billion pounds of debris are estimated to have been generated by the tsunami. What the Japanese government proposes to do is burn that if possible, and if it’s not possible to burn it, then to use it as landfill. […]

It appears the Japanese government is attempting to recapitulate (repeat the principal phases of) the Fukushima Daiichi accident […]

That released material, radioactive material, then diffuses over the whole Earth. They’re then attempting to pour the fly ash (the results from the combustion) into the landfills, which will lead to a huge contamination of ocean water completely beyond comprehension. So the result of this contamination is not restricted to Japan, not limited to Japan, it’s spreading over the whole world. […]

Because the scale of the spread of the nuclear disaster is worldwide, we need to address it in a worldwide way.

Watch Dr. Nakayama’s presentation here

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Published: December 5th, 2013 at 11:27 am ET


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69 comments to Japan Doctor: “Completely beyond comprehension” how huge the contamination of ocean water will be — Fukushima radioactive material poured in landfills to enter sea — It’s spreading over whole world (VIDEO)

  • lickerface lickerface

    Yeah what else is new? :/

    • nedlifromvermont

      there's that old saw "incomprehensible" again!!!

      Really??? Why doesn't anyone ask General Electric Company, them that built these gosh dern things, just how incomprehensible these releases have/will have been?

      They were warned this would happen … by insider, company staff, in the 1970's … Dale Bridenbaugh … (he let the NRC in on the dirty little 'not-so-secret' truth too, by the way …)

      But good ol' "brilliant machines" GE went ahead and made one of them old "management level decision" thingies …

      Eh! Jeff Immelt?? Him who advises the O'Bummer-in-Chief …

      Just how "incomprehensible" is this whole mess anyway???

      Huh? Silence?? Cat got yer tongue???

      peace, 'newsers …

    • andagi andagi

      Dear lickerface,
      His 'inconceivable meter' needs recalibrating. Wake up! (Little Susie 🙂

  • retali8 retali8

    yeah its hard to make people understand how severe and dire this whole situation really is in japan, maybe this will help to absorb a little.

    • Bones Bones

      Some poster told me the kind of zeitgeist in Japan at the moment and under those conditions I can understand their willful ignorance. Not all by a huge margin, yet they are ostracized and the entire of Japan is not supporting these people enough because of their ignorance or nationalism. They need to remember that their illusions of segregated land and peoples, which are controlled by masters called the state, does not exist. Nationalism is a state of mind not a reality. Even "scientists" have radionuclides just stopping at county and country lines! Mind control needs to be deconstructed. Point reality out to everyone in every way. Exposing the illusion of our society in ANYTHING will lead to people applying that framework to fukushima. I hope at least. lol

  • ftlt

    Does anyone have feasible alternative plan to prevent the pollution of the ocean by this monster???..

    Please, link some of them..

    Otherwise this is a giant game of switch it being played everywhere..

    • Bones Bones

      Enenews'rs have had even lists of tasks of things that need to be addressed based on severity and complexity of all the problems, alongside of specific solutions to particular situations. They only people NOT doing anything are the ones who own Japan and believe they aren't slaves to Japan, inc.!

    • jump-ball jump-ball

      I posted my layman's opinion 2 years ago, along with other expert suggestions, that what was needed was a coffer dam built around units 1-4 and the laying of new lower containments into which the coriums might somehow be bulldozed by remote control into the new, lower, long lasting and waterproof structures.

      It would have involved exorbitant financial and human costs, such as were incurred in the successful tunneling and containment building done under Chernobyl, and then another unprecedented design and building of a cover (such as the $2 BIL Novarka Arch now being readied to slide over Chernobyl #1 so that the American company can begin the decommissioning process), but the Japanese and their American and world nuclear fascist partners weren't able or willing to undertake any such heroic, Chernobyl-like, containment effort – or they saw they were not in a landlocked location like Chernobyl where prevailing winds would carry contamination to people, and to animal and crop foods and other products, measureable forever across a multi-nation continent like Europe, but would instead blow out over, or flow out into the Pacific, where air and water dilution would presumably prevent any such measureable contamination from being recorded.

      Or so the corrupt gang may have thought…

    • deedles deedles

      Certainly have no 'plan', but a thought has been sticking in my mind: I've read and heard about harmonic frequencies being able to neutralize all kinds of toxins. There was a scientist, Royal Raymond Rife, that had a (suppressed of course) cancer treatment that used harmonic frequencies and some think that's how Ed Leedskalnin moved all those huge coral chunks. I just wonder if such a thing could be used against radiation…? Maybe a crazy thought.


  • eyesopennND

    This is criminal beyond all comprehension. The world needs to wake up now

    • We Not They Finally

      In terms of waking up….It cant hurt anybody if they dont know about it?????Im thinking thats the official world government position.Oh your dying of cancer. we have no idea why cancer has become like the common cold….??Ignorance is bliss especially if you want to avoid your guilt ..Right GE?? By the time blame comes back into the conversation..it wont matter anymore.

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    But Lake Barrett says Fukushima radiation is nothing to worry about:
    "Personal Fukushima Observations • Not a Public Health Catastrophe
    – Radiological Impacts Inconsequential Compared to Earthquake/Tsunami Impacts"

    And this guy is a TEPCO Consultant, isn't he?
    So he must know what he's talking about, doesn't he?
    So everything he says is the truth, isn't it?
    And he wouldn't be telling lies, would he?

  • SteveMT

    The Japanese government believes [even more] burning of radioactive debris is the best way to dispose of the material. I hope Hanford isn't listening to this trash. TEPCO is up to 10,000 wrongs to not make one right. What a mess these people continue to make.

  • weeman

    Don't you think that the fly ash should be put in containers and is stored in underground caverns, rather that landfil to migrate into the environment, it is not a permanent solution, but we would gain time to study feasibility?

  • Nick

    I think we are witnessing insanity in action.

    Burning debris is something Japanese have done for thousands of years. But no one explained to them that burning does NOTHING to alleviate radiation.

    Maybe neurons in Japan just don't work very well anymore, they are deluded beyond belief (some anyway).

    The Pacific may be gone. So to shall we.

  • Sol Man

    The money has conflicted those in the system. Decisions had to have been made, and must be made, where the livability in the future is the primary motivator. Since the advent of the Manhattan Project nobody truthfully answered the question: what is this nuclear power all about? It has not been about life.

    • harengus_acidophilus

      Some answered truthfully:

      "It's the the counterpart of life, the evil itself!"
      But we called them "nuts" and continue shopping.


  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Contaminating Japan, U.S. and beyond . . .

    Citizens never wanted nuclear. Governments and their bosses force it.

    And still are.

  • bwoodfield bwoodfield

    Don't forget, that conference was in May 2012. The burn and dump probably already occurred.

  • moonshellblue moonshellblue

    Wow 5 % of t Japan is contaminated and should be evacuated. I don't know how they can encapsulate this facility as a plethora of obstacles deter such construction ie: subsidence, location and of course extremely high levels of radiation, mudslides, earthquakes, etc the list is mind boggling. Terabequrels of every nasty isotope imaginable truly unreal. Realistically what can be done at this juncture other than learning to adapt and use various remedies to mitigate the constant threat to species and the environment. IMHO

  • pkjn

    Japan's Major Newspapers Have Timely "Scoops" on Japan Government "Suppression" of Information on Nuclear Issues After the Fukushima Accident
    DECEMBER 3, 2013 EX-SKF

    It has been revealed that Japan Cabinet Office complied the report that denied the significance of "Chernobyl Act", which was established to support the victims after the Chernobyl accident.

    While the "Chernobyl Act" confers the right to relocate [to residents] in the areas with annual radiation exposure exceeding 1 mSv and the obligation to relocate in the areas with annual radiation exposure exceeding 5 mSv,

    the report denies the significance of the "Chernobyl Act" by saying
    "(Designation of the areas) are too strict", and citing testimonies such as "there is no benefit that justifies the enormous cost".


  • moonshellblue moonshellblue

    BTW I highly recommend watching or rather listening to this video while some of the info is redundant there are quite a few events that were new to me. Thanks again Enenews for your tenacity gathering pertinent info.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    'Beyond comprehension'.
    TPTB..would like the people to be bedazzled..at the concept of 'beyond comprehension'.
    That way the people can be swayed by false promises.

    The people..that chose to be aware..must understand the 'invisible variable have to move along quickly..and understand this as reality.
    Though painful..this is sanity.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Ya.. they want us to stand in wonder..while they kill us.

  • jec jec

    Think the Japanese media wants to get the word out before the Secret Act shuts down all reporting of any and all nuclear radiation problems.

    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

      Think they want the people to truly understand the geological changes that occurred during the earthquake.. of which..Fukushima Npp..is relatively epicenter.?

      The Fukushima Earthquake Actually Changed Earth's Gravity
      Dec 4 2013


      • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

        @heart….have you seen all the earthquakes that have occurred this past week around Japan? Five over 4.5 one over 5…this is not over. Also, the earth was tilted on it's axis from the Haiti, Chile, Indonesia, and Japan quakes.

        The Japanese quake shortened the days.

        There are theories floating around that "directed energy weapons" caused this quake.

        Science/Military has the technology to split the earth in two.


        • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

          So I have heard..newsblackoutUSA.
          There are also rumors that this has been applied..and in progress in Iran.

        • unincredulous unincredulous

          On splitting the earth, I read that Tesla said it can be done.



          "Every substance has a resonant frequency which is demonstrated by the principle of sympathetic vibration&endash;the most obvious example is the wine glass shattered by an opera singer (or a tape recording for you couch potatoes.) If this frequency is matched and amplified, any material may be literally shaken to pieces."

          My thoughts:

          What is the frequency of uranium, plutonium, and all the other nasty radioactive elements we are currently endangered by? Could we use frequency to split these atoms to bits? Would generating such a frequency cause them to harmlessly split or would it blow up everything on the whole damn planet.

          Tesla was a genius. In this article it mentions that Tesla split steel beams with frequency. On a WALL STREET 10 story steel-framed structure he tested his device:


          "He put his little vibrator in his coat-pocket and went out to hunt a half-erected steel building. Down in the Wall Street district, he found one&endash;ten stories of steel framework without a brick or a stone laid around it. He clamped the vibrator to one of the beams, and fussed with the adjustment until he got it.

          Tesla said finally the structure began to creak and weave and the steel-workers came to the ground panic-stricken, believing that there had been an earthquake. Police were called out. Tesla put the vibrator in his pocket…

          • deedles deedles

            Haha, I just posted the same question. Now I don't feel so nuts for wondering about it.

          • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

            Tesla was ruined because he refused to bend over like Edison did to the Robber barons.

            If you watch this video you will see the dustification of spire on WTC theorized by Dr. Judy Wood as Directed Energy


            This exists…don't take my word for it, as an easy search will locate military documents. Secrets hidden in plain site.

          • We Not They Finally

            Man may well destroy himself with various play things that man has created in his search for greed and glory…As Jung said so long ago about humanity..Man creates his own evil.
            Einstein warned humanity unless man changes his nature. Man may use nuclear energy to destroy himself.A very sad future for not only humanity but all life on this planet.

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        At the southern tip of India, the gravity is lowest.

        A good place to launch all nuclear technology crap products into the heart of the sun.

  • captvldz

    Is there no way to sort of "attract" the Nuclear waste sort of like a magnetic rod attracts metal?

    • captvldz

      Im no scientists so i have no clue about nuclear contamination but it seems like if we could design some kind of magnet that pulls the contamination to it we could drag it through the pacific and maybe even drag it behind airplanes.

      • captvldz

        Maybe figure out what its attracted and create a giant sort of "magnetic" like net to pull through the pacific ocean and biosphere

        • nedlifromvermont

          better idea is not to create the poisons in the first place!

          nuclear fission was unnecessary to stop Hitler … he died months before Trinity Test …

          was not needed to humble Empire of Japan;

          was certainly not needed to boil water …

          entire industry from outset a COMPLETE FRAUD …. there … now get used to it!

          peace …

  • Seeker

    TY–worth watching. Is there a written report by IAEA, which was supposed to report on the work at #4 in late Nov.?

    I do admit to not listening to Shimatsu every Mon at Rense–it makes me nonfunctional it's so sad

  • Shaker1

    Again, environmental dispersion (dilution) is, was, and will be the accepted (if only because there's so little one can reasonably do) to the gross failures of nuclear. I'm personally insulted by the acceptance, personally insulted that more emphasis on this particular aspect isn't given its due in failure models (those who make models are only modelers, after all), personally insulted that somehow 'logic' is the narrative that accompanies such discussion in educated circles. I won't talk of greed, or hubris, or the human condition, simply because the tendency of humans is to delude themselves and I'm no stranger to delusion myself. I've no contribution in calling the kettle black.

    But I am encouraged that doctors are speaking because while I know few nuclear engineers doctors seem to be the most commonly known socially. I have a problem with doctors, feeling that their accountability to 'logic' and their disciplined causality trails leads to disassociation from the human condition which is NOT logical but may be better termed 'reasonable', it's time they take the place that they may crave individually in social context and begin talking about this. It's the way to the masses. To not speak is in itself illogical, contrary to their oath and the responsibility they willfully take.

    Now, don't get me wrong. I think this could have been much better and have screamed all along that the reaction borders on criminally stupid and is testament to the humanity at…

  • Shaker1

    its worst.

    But, damn, if doctors have to wait for Lake Barrett or Ken Beusseler to tell them that the concentrations are high when they know the effects and can plainly see what's happening, they need a reality check badly. I can't personally see their problem. Would they rather be dead than simply wrong, if it did happen (and I would hope) that for some reason they would be wrong and by sounding an alarm have some level of discredit? No offense to anyone, but being wrong can be fixed and forgotten; being dead has in only one conjectured instance ever been shown to be overcome.

  • Sawitree

    In eastern societies people often 'rather be dead than simply wrong'
    loss of face etc etc

  • babbo dorian babbo dorian

    Japan is gone…. gone forever…. if nobody wants to see it it's his/her problem….
    It is just a matter of time…. very short by the way…
    The information released everytime worse until the sheeple be in panic……
    Plus the forgotten worst thing n the world… sfp4.. or aca .. best GE stage ever…

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Variety – "film-makers may once again be required to produce propaganda movies."


    World Ends at 9 – News at 11 @3:11

    Love at Fukushima @6:69

    Nuclear Power – Our Bright Future @9:11

    UNIT 731: MISSION POSSIBLE @anytime

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    I think it's time for the world to chew its' leg off to get out of this trap.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    "Chew it's leg off.."..
    On the ranch we sometimes have to break a wild horse.
    Horses… give it a hell of a fight.

    What can be said for Humans?

  • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

    The schools of Dolphins in this video are a reminder of what is at stake.

  • Gelt

    Basically, at this point, the planet is now toast. Just a matter of time as to how long it takes for this radiation release to kill, or mutate, everything. But the realization of this will take considerable time. Governments cannot admit this. If they do, civilization collapses.

    Consequently, this will all be downplayed until such time as even the most ignorant realize it's a done deal for humanity. No one can realistically contemplate the demise of themselves, their families, and friends without experiencing serious emotional and mental problems. But at that point, what else is left for us?

    We go out with a whimper, after the bang of Fukushima.

    • We Not They Finally

      TS Eliot: "This is the way the world ends this is the way the world ends this is the way the world ends not with a bang but a whimper…" It is very strange to be watching all this happen.We were all born to be part of this unfolding.One of my teachers astrologer put it this way…You are like someone who finds himself drowning in the ocean. You black out and find yourself safe on the beach.Is this a metaphor of the human condition I hope for all our sakes….

  • The only consistent thing is that it all grows worse by the week. Nothing is going to get fixed. My personal belief is that TPTB want this disaster to unfold to its maximum to fulfill their depopulation agenda. Don't worry, be happy, there is nothing anyone can do.

    • Jebus Jebus

      You can call it depopulation if you want to. Hell you can call it Sim Earth.
      But the reality is, that it has become a game of blindfolded russian roulette, with a bullet in every chamber, and a pin the tail spin.

      • We Not They Finally

        depopulation????????Or do you mean extinction of all life on this planet?The elimination of oxygen,Ocean,Food chain,..Maybe the astral plane will be enough for the ghosts of this planet to continue their feeble existence in a self made hell.

  • One more thing. It bothered me that the press was not reporting on Fukushima, but if the masses figured out how bad it really is, I think the mass panic that would ensue would be horrible. I don't think a lot of the public can handle the truth.

    • zogerke zogerke

      i agree that is what is going on……and it seems our infrastructure and newer laws (usa and first world countries worldwide) are gearing up for just such a panic, preparing for when consciousness does begin to trickle down.
      it happened in nyc after nine eleven, manhattan, where information about atmospheric corrosivity, and the asbestos and dioxin in the air at micro particle size(respirable at less than ten microns) was hidden…(i do not have links handy but sources are US geological society links to pH testing of air; and american industrial hygiene asoc member docs) both to protect money interests in nyc and because you cannot, just cannot evacuate lower manhattan…..and we saw it after katrina, with the mold and environmental toxins not acknowledged…and we saw it after and during the bp well fiasco and the corexit in the sea and rash of illnesses…this now is completely consistent with those environmental and public health news blackouts and media denials…it is clearly intentional policy.

      • We Not They Finally

        When you are dealing with extinction level events do you tell anyone as government policy???So where does honesty come in then?You just want things to remain under control as long as possible…Those of us who understand shake our heads and continue on…Sometimes its just to late…In 2001 a space odysey the robot Hal says as he is being eliminated.."Will I dream?"

      • pepperland pepperland

        Allowing these corporations to determine our relationship to the environment is a form of collective insanity at this point ~ Chris Hedges


        This interview correlates with your synopsis, the ruling oligarchs are so drunk with greed & power they
        will kill us all…(my synopsis)

      • Socrates


        What you said about control of information about public health and safety issues and government control of information applies BEFORE disasters as well as AFTER disasters.

        Vietnam veterans were exposed to Agent Orange. How long did it take for the government to admit that?

        • zogerke zogerke

          Didn't they fight it, and it took years and years for the veterans admin to pay for peoples health benefits or allow for treatment of combat related disorders? isn't that very same thing going on with depleted uranium weapon use exposure, and inhaling DU, and soldiers fighting to get coverage, now? I am not so current of this but the pattern seems the same.

    • We Not They Finally

      Mthans 75 can any of us really handle the truth? It still seems a dream a nightmare….

      • Socrates

        Denial of impending doom allows us to sleep walk through to the end, acting as if things are coming to a long, slow period of environmental decline with increased mortality and morbidity. Maybe the end will come sooner, depending upon the collapse of the infrastructure at Daiichi.

        Abandonment of the site would be a very bad sign.

        I have studied many of the huge disasters of our time in relation to risk management and compensation issues. BP Gulf spill, ExxonMobil Valdez, Union Carbide in Bhopal, India, Chernobyl, Fukushima.

        The forensics, toxicoloy, epidemiology are issues that I encounter on a daily basis.

        Asbestos was a big fight but it never does any good to deny reality. Same with Fukushima. Many do not want to hear about the truth; it only makes them angry.

        • Socrates

          The scientific evidence is conclusive that cumulative exposures to low doses, especially through internal routes of administration, and particularly to developing fetuses and infants, is thousands of times worse that the government and the nuclear industry will admit.

          Just in the past few years, the studies are proving these facts about low dose intermittent or cumulative exposures. Furthermore, epigenetic changes are even far more damaging at very low levels.

          Future human populations will have damaged genetics forever which will compromise immunity and hormonal function. 98% of our DNA is shared with chimps. We would be lucky to even be chimps that are sickly. Many mutations are fatal, if not most, birth rates will fall and developmental abnormalities will rise. The thyroid in brain development is crucial. Low birth weights, leukemia, thousands of known genetic diseases, all inevitable already.

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