Jim Carrey’s website features nuclear plant leaking dark smoke and liquid — Clicking it takes you to underworld hellscape (VIDEO)

Published: January 2nd, 2012 at 12:26 pm ET
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SOURCE: jimcarrey.com

SOURCE: Jim Carrey’s website

On the homepage, a nuclear power plant is located next to the head of Jim Carrey.

Placing your cursor on top of the nuclear plant will cause dark smoke to come out of the reactor towers and dark liquid to drip from underneath.

Clicking on the plant will begin a 10 second countdown, after which you are transported to a hellish underworld.

Published: January 2nd, 2012 at 12:26 pm ET
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33 comments to Jim Carrey’s website features nuclear plant leaking dark smoke and liquid — Clicking it takes you to underworld hellscape (VIDEO)

  • arclight arclight

    errr ummm errrr um?? the cesium must be getting to him?? liked the bit where the tepcoguvyakusa type eats the “little people” how appropriate.. does jimmy boy read enenews?? errr? ummm? LOL!


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  • Chelsea Chelsea

    That is one of the f*ed up things I’ve seen in a while… Makes you wonder what exactly is wrong with Jim Carrey. Wow. I hope this doesn’t decide to induce nightmares for me tonight.


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  • DukeNukem4ever DukeNukem4ever

    I went shopping (South Korea) today (2012, Jan 2nd) and found a nice sample of seaweed (kelp) from the east coast of Korea for testing purposes:

    http://vimeo.com/34466125

    0.76 uSv/hr … nice … regular background rads in my kitchen are 0.2-0.3 … so this is quite a bit hotter …

    this means that the radiation infested water has definitely reached the shores of South Korea.

    Korean people love to eat seaweed and this type of kelp is traditionally especially given to pregnant women, so I think that we will start seeing some cases of rad sickness here soon enough as well.

    I hope you guys can help me spread this info.

    Thank you all, and please keep up your excellent reporting guys… the world needs to know this.


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  • Conclusion – Fukushima really blew up, launching TONS of Uranium and Plutonium into the atmosphere.
    My max estimate is 286 TONS of Uranium, and it may certainly be less based on assumptions made, but the bottom line is that a huge amount of Uranium was exploded and aerosolized.
    The quantity of tons aerosolized can be estimated by using official Government data, in particular Exhibit F-1 which is a 4/5/2011 publication of the EPA Radnet. Their website is very complicated to navigate, and I can no longer find this PDF file on their website, I have archived a copy to my computer.
    Exh F-1 Shows 190 aCi/M3 of URANIUM in air, in Honolulu, with similar amount in Kauai, and even more in Guam.
    The “Background” amount of Uranium in Air in Honolulu is around 5 aCi/M3, 3800% higher than “normal”. See Table 9 from the EPA for this data.
    Using a dispersion simulator, printout attached as Exh G-1, and with help of Google Earth (Exhibit G2 and G3) I calculate an affected area, which is about 2800 miles by 4900 miles.
    Here is the simulator.
    http://cerea.enpc.fr/fr/fukushima.html
    Now to make an estimate of affected volume of air, we need to select a height, I selected 8 miles.
    The meat of the calculations are on Exhibit C-1
    286 Ton Of Uranium.
    Lets do a sensitivity analysis on the assumptions. What if the affected area is 50% of the size the simulator shows, then use a multiplier of 0.5.
    What if the height of the affected air is only more like 2 miles instead of 8, uses a multiplier of 0.25
    286 tons *.5*.25= 36 Tons (Conservative Estimate)
    Under the Conservative Estimate, and using .89% Plutonium per Table 1, this would be 640 pounds of Plutonium aerosolized.

    Truth is not the friend of Nuke, no wonder this stuff has to be covered up.

    I took quite a few hours to even pull this stuff together in a decent enough way, check it out

    http://nukepimp.blogspot.com/2012/01/uranium-in-air.html


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    • Great work… wow. How does this translate into bQ released?

      Was this based on just one reactor blowing up, and if so, which one?

      How about a spent fuel pool going up as well?

      Do you think it was #3?

      How much plutonium?

      In the model, does it allow for way MORE radiation up high? From the models I have seen, the highest amount of radiation went way up in the atmosphere, and the ‘vent’ stacks are shooting it up there as well..

      Are you copying the Chernobyl calculations?

      According to the IAEA it was estimated that the following isotopes were released from the reaction vessel:[6]

      106Ru 7.9 TBq
      103Ru 340 GBq
      95Nb 11.2 TBq
      95Zr 5.1 TBq
      137Cs 505 GBq (estimated from the IAEA data)
      141Ce 370 GBq
      144Ce 240 GBq
      125Sb 100 GBq
      239Pu 5.2 GBq
      It is important to note that the very short lived isotopes such as 140Ba and 131I were absent from this mixture, and the long lived 137Cs was only at a small concentration.
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chernobyl_compared_to_other_radioactivity_releases

      Is your calculation also including groundwater and ocean releases, as well as stored on site water, and stored on site vent filters?


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  • Jebus

    As the winds bring us deadly radionuclides,
    the waves of awareness are washing over the world…

    We have south american friends of life…

    Home page…

    http://www.uraniumfilmfestival.org/

    And the

    The first 10 selected films – 2nd INTERNATIONAL URANIUM FILM FESTIVAL RIO DE JANEIRO 2012

    Until December 2011, the 2nd International Uranium Film Festival received more than 40 documentaries, shorts and features from all continents that content nuclear issues – from uranium mining to atomic bomb tests, from Chernobyl to Fukushima. We received films from famous directors like Peter Greenaway as well as productions from newcomers like the Italian filmmaker Riccardo Migliore, who is living and filming in the Brazilian state Paraiba.

    Although the Uranium Film Festival Call for Entry is still open until January 31th, the Festival Team has already selected the first 10 films for the fesival screenings and the competions in Rio de Janeiro, scheduled for June/July 2012.

    Peter Greenaway´s impressive shortfilm “Atomic Bombs on the Planet Earth” about the nuclear bomb tests between 1945 and 1980, Riccardo Migliore´s film “Once Upon a Time in the Atomic City” about high incidences of cancer and rumours of a hidden uranium mine in a village of Paraiba and Tobe Carey´s film “Indian Point – Nowhere to Run” about New York´s nuclear power plant are the first three films selected to screen at the 2012 International Uranium Film Festival of Rio de Janeiro. Until March 2012 the Uranium Film Festival will select further 30 films for the screenings and the competitions.

    http://www.uraniumfilmfestival.org/html/_news_.html


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    • Jebus

      See here now the first 10 selected films about nuclear energy, atomic bombs, uranium mining or radioactive risks:

      1. “Atomic Bombs on the Planet Earth”, The Netherlands, March 2011, Director: Peter Greenaway, Video Design: Irma de Vries, Producer: Change Performing Arts of Milan.

      2. “Era uma Vez na Cidade Atomica (Once Upon a Time in the Atomic City)”, Director: Riccardo Migliore Brazil/Italiy, 2011

      3. “Indian Point – Nowhere to Run”, New York, USA, 2003, Director: Tobe Carey,

      4. “Uranium – is it a country? Tracking the origins of nuclear power”, Germany Australia, 2008, Diretors: Kerstin Schnatz, Isabel Huber, Stephanie Auth

      5. “Chernobyl: The invisible thief”, Germany, 2006, Director: Christoph Boekel, Production Arte/WDR

      6. “The secret and the sacred. Two worlds at los Alamos”, Germany 2003, Director: Claus Biegert

      7. “Radioactivists – Protest in Japan since Fukushima”, Germany, 2011, Directors: Julia Leser, Clarissa Seidel

      8. “Hiroshima A Mother’s Prayer – Hiroshima Preces de Uma Mae”, Japan, 1990, Production: Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

      9. “The Third Nuclear Bomb, The Veteran´s Accusation”, Director Maurizio Torrealta, Italy 2008, Producer Rainews24 / Radio Televisione Italiana

      10. “Buried in Earthskin”, África do Sul, 2009, Diretor: Helena Kingwill

      The Uranium Film Festival Call for Entry is still open. Please send your films until January 31th, 2012.

      Film Entry Address:

      Uranium Film Festival

      A/C. Marcia Gomes de Oliveira

      Rua Monte Alegre 356 / 301

      Rio de Janeiro / RJ

      CEP 20240-190

      Brasil

      http://www.uraniumfilmfestival.org/html/_news_.html


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      • James Tekton James Tekton

        Hello J,

        May we thank you for your great work and tell you and everyone who positively contributes to this forum that we are proud and honored to be amongst so many great caring Souls DOING awesomely great works here. Laying up your treasures where they count the most. We give thanks and supportive energy back to you ALL!


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  • StillJill StillJill

    Nuclear=TOAST

    Stick a fork in it!


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  • WindorSolarPlease

    WOW….The graphics on this video is amazing. Doesn’t look like, he likes Nuclear Power either.


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