Magazine: The Fukushima Crisis Comes to the U.S. — Professor: “New and improved version of the original atomic plague is spreading”; The truth is so incomprehensible it’s easier to pretend it doesn’t exist

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Esquire, Nov. 12, 2013: Fukushima Radiation Arrives In Alaska – The Fukushima Crisis Comes To The States [...] The catastrophe at the Fukushima nuclear power plant — aka Yesterday’s Tragedy — appears to be ongoing, and Alaska now has become part of the story. “Some radiation has arrived in northern Alaska and along the west coast. That’s raised concern over contamination of fish and wildlife. More may be heading toward coastal communities” [...] It’s past time for the world to step in because this problem now is riding on the wind and the tides to places far from Fukushima. [...]

Hannah Spector, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Education at Penn State (Harrisburg), Transnational Curriculum Inquiry, 2012: [...] One of the problems we face with radioactive fallout from Fukushima is the lack of information coming from “experts.” Indeed, there has been a global media blackout, a “deadly silence on Fukushima” (Norris, 2011) […] science still does not have the technological or methodological understanding to clean up the disaster (Magwood, 2012) which has leaked into the Pacific Ocean and spread throughout the northern hemisphere by way of wind and rain. This invisible truth is so incomprehensible that it is easier to pretend it doesn’t exist. [...] The novelty of Fukushima is worth noting. A new and improved version of the original atomic plague is spreading across the planet through earth, air, fire, and water – yet it cannot be seen, heard, tasted, smelled, or touched. It has become part of the atmosphere. [...] Where to run? Where to hide? What to do? At the same time, official reports have denied the extent of this boundary-transgressing catastrophe in both overt and covert ways. One year after Fukushima began, National Public Radio reported that “trauma, not radiation is [the] key concern in Japan” (Harris, 2012). [...] focusing upon trauma as being more worrisome than possible effects of radiation contamination deflects from the crime that created the trauma to begin with, a crime that will last days, decades, and millennia into the future depending on what type of radionuclide we are talking about. [...]

(In April 2013, Spector received the American Educational Research Association’s Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies Award for this journal article  -Source)

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143 comments to Magazine: The Fukushima Crisis Comes to the U.S. — Professor: “New and improved version of the original atomic plague is spreading”; The truth is so incomprehensible it’s easier to pretend it doesn’t exist

    • Mack Mack

      Kudos to Dr. Hannah Spector for an excellent Paper.

      She 'pulled no punches,' which is respect-worthy.

      Here's a quote from her:

      "Pretending away the ongoing existence of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, however, not only prolongs it but re/distributes it as in the case involving the United States government not so “secretly” continuing to buy food from Japan without properly testing it for radioactive materials"

      The paper is easy-to-read, only 12 pages, so try to read it if you have time.

      http://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/tci/article/view/183609/183713


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  • Corium123

    It's time for international organizations (UN, etc.) as well as other governments (China, Korea, USA, etc.) to DEMAND that the Japanese Gov't allow independent radiation testing and publication of results within (at least) 100 miles from the Fukushima power plant. (Testing in international waters off the coast of Japan should be done immediately and regularly – by the USA, Canada and Mexico). This is no longer a local and Japanese crisis but a GLOBAL CRISIS!

    The American Federal Gov't has a responsibility to authorize and fund regular radiation testing (and publication of results) in Pacific waters, on the West Coast (including Alaska and Hawaii) and in selected places in the interior, conducted and published by independent radiation testing organizations!


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    • hogy

      See the brilliant research article (a pdf) by Hannah Spector noted today in ENENews for insights into how and why CA & the US, as well as the EU and the UN– continue public denial as they actually know quite a deal of what's going on with the rad-contamination emanating from Fukushima.
      http://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/tci/article/view/183609

      Example: in 2012 the Canadian Food Inspection Agency tested a few fish caught offshore for cs only, then claimed “the amounts of cesium detected are small” despite the fact that Health Canada has recorded radioactive iodine levels 300 times higher in a suburb of Victoria and 1,000 times higher in areas of Nunavut (Roslin, 2011)due to Fukushima.

      And, "As Arendt (1954/2006) clarifies,
      however, simply reporting facts does not mean that action will be taken (p. 246). In contrast to the non-action of truthtelling, “the liar is free to fashion his ‘facts’ to fit the profit and pleasure…of his audience.” In this way, it is the teller of falsehoods more so than the teller of truths who acts upon the world. Truthtelling, moreover, “offends profit and pleasure”…
      Following the money is leading the planet down the primrose path to hell. If you can't see it, it's not there.


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      • Naha Johari

        Arendt's words "the liar is free to fashion his 'facts' to fit the profit and pleasure…of his audience" is an apt description of a clever trivialisation strategy.

        Leave the tabloids to report the story right next to Hollywood celebrity titillation. Profitable.

        Then make the broadsheet middle class newspapers report 'debunking scientific truths'. Even more profitable.

        End result: a shaped public perception of the nuclear calamity as merely 'tabloid sensationalism' inspired by 'conspiracy theory kooks'. Mega profitable.


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    • StPaulScout StPaulScout

      You are a Jew-bashing lunatic. Please go back to FOX News or where ever you came from. Space aliens? Really? Get real. I went to your web site. Your web site is full of bull-shit. You are bat-shit crazy. Moderator, please review this persons postings before you allow them to go up on the board.


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    • Gradius

      I really think is already too late, that would justify why we are having a HUGE blackout from media. There is nothing more to do. This century is the LAST century for almost ALL life on this planet. The only one to survive a bit more would be spiders and other strange form of life deep in caverns, with no opening at all to the atmosphere.


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    • C123's red herring. "It's time for international organizations (UN, etc.) as well as other governments (China, Korea, USA, etc.) to DEMAND that the Japanese Gov't allow independent radiation testing and publication of results within (at least) 100 miles from the Fukushima power plant."

      We've had this conversation and come to the conclusion that all these International organizations, Japan, US gov and others are in collusion. Time to question why we allow these people to hold positions of trust when it is clear they are not worthy.

      I notice the trolls are now agreeing that nuclear is bad but being overtly melodramatic. This cheapens the sight but clearly they are down to acts of desperation. Free speech is awesome. The trolls come but always go here at ENEnews.


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  • Nick

    The silence about Fukushima is a clear indication to me that weapons research (perhaps) was going on
    at the plant.

    Since we simply cannot let other countries get the bomb, we obfuscate the awful horror that has been unleashed from Fukushima.

    The entire nuclear industry and their step-children the MIC do not want us to be afraid of the atom.

    We have to have our bombs our megawatt plants, our x-ray machines.

    Time for a reality check folks.

    There IS NO safe dose of radiation. Gamma. Beta. Alpha. All not good for us puny biological entities.

    I wish for our future that is now history. The future that awaits us is certainly incomprehensible, because of the very fact that so many monied interests are hiding the truth about Fukushima's legacy.


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    • Naha Johari

      I hope Stuxnet isn't off-topic. It's definitely related to allegations of a covert Nippon thermonuclear weapons program & possible vendetta sabotage. This is pure madness…

      US-Israeli computer super-worm hit Russian nuclear plant – Kaspersky

      http://rt.com/usa/kaspersky-russia-nuclear-plants-612/

      "[...] With regards to the latest claims about the Russian plant, serious fallout could occur between major world powers if Kaspersky’s claim is correct and the disconnected nuclear system there really was infected by the Stuxnet worm. [...]"


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      • Corium123

        You're forgetting about Jim Stone and the role of STUXNET, planted by the Israeli Security firm which installed massive "cameras" inside the plant! Were those really "cameras" – or were they something else that went KABOOM and caused massive destruction inside the reactor buildings!? Google "Jim Stone Fukushima" and find out!


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        • VanneV anne

          Jim Stone loves MOX fuel and the nuclear establishment. His conspiracy theory hides the real cause of the explosion. The earthquake broke the cooling pipes causing 3 meltdowns and numerous explosion. Jim Stone's conspiracy theory hides the scandals of the falsified safety records for decades by TEPCO and the corruption of the nuclear industry.

          These nuclear reactors should never have been built. They were only built to last 20 years. They were never built to use MOX fuel. They should have been decommissioned the first day the safety tests were not passed. They should never have been built on a site which lowered the cliff 80 feet, was on a millions years old alluvial river, was on an earthquake fault, was built on the ocean, and was built on landfill which there is no bedrock.

          Reactor #4 had a crack before it was every installed.

          Nuclear energy is causing global warming and as the oceans rise, all nuclear power plants on the ocean will be flooded by sea water which will cause corrosion and immediately will fry the electrical systems which control the cooling systems and every one of these reactors built on the ocean will melt down and melt through.


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          • VanneV anne

            The corruption of the nuclear industry in general, and of TEPCO in particular, is responsible for this disaster. They sealed all the vents long before the earthquake, and when the pipes of the cooling system broke, the cooling water drained out, and hydrogen built up, they couldn't open the vents to let the hydrogen out. This is what caused the explosions. And in the case of reactor #3 and the SPF #4 the detonations were caused by MOX fuel.

            Using weapons grade plutonium in a nuclear reactor is the most irresponsible action of the nuclear industry.


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            • Sickputer

              +311 anne

              In two posts anne sums up the dirty deal dealt to humanity.

              Big Brother loves complacent naked apes. He doesn't like it when protestors lift the veil on his evil nature.

              You can't physically resist the regimes. They survive in one diseased form after another. But you can use your IT knowledge to give your family and friends better odds of staying alive. Sanctuary may be hard to find, but learning survival techniques is crucial.

              In a diseased and contaminated world things are reversed. Wealth is not measured by gold or diamonds, it's clean water, safe food, and filtered shelters. The old maxim that 60 is the new 30 is turned upside down. Life in post-Fukushima will be the biggest test of the human race in 10,000 years. Out of the billions of tiny human carbon forms on this massive planet, a tiny handful succeeded in wrecking the ecosphere with their Dr. Frankenstein technologies.

              Mother Nature wept.


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            • HoTaters

              Yes, Anne. And there was an Enenews article published about a year (?) ago where Tepco admitted the problems at Fukushima leading to the meltdowns were due to operator error. Readers might try doing a search using "Tepco operator error" to find the article.


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          • We Not They Finally

            anne, thank you! Keep fighting the good fight. As an addition to "nuclear energy is causing global warming," it's becoming WAY pervasive now. I mean that killing off the plankton and the algae depletes the world of OXYGEN. The plankton and algae also absorb huge amounts of CO2.

            Personally, I think that the environmental movement was wrongly shanghai'ed over CO2 — ignoring nuclear, not to mention mercury, arsenic, aluminum, etc., etc. But less oxygen could eventually suffocate us all.

            Also: Nuclear apparently rips open the ozone layer around the Earth, and that is insanely destructive and yes, OF COURSE contributes to global warming.


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        • VanneV anne

          The Japanese have categorically stated that STUXNET was not on the computers at Fukushima Daiichi.


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      • Time Is Short Time Is Short

        Stuxnet? No, that couldn't be a problem, could it???

        'America and Israel Created a Monster Computer Virus Which Now Threatens Nuclear Reactors Worldwide'

        "The infamous Stuxnet malware thought to have been developed by the US and Israel to disrupt Iran’s nuclear facilities, also managed to cause chaos at a Russian nuclear plant, according to Eugene Kaspersky.

        The revelation came during a Q&A session after a speech at Australia’s National Press Club last week, in which he argued that those spooks responsible for “offensive technologies” don’t realise the unintended consequences of releasing malware into the wild."

        "Not finished there, Kaspersky also claimed to have heard from “Russian space guys” in the know that even machines on the International Space Station had been infected “from time to time” after scientists arrived aboard with infected USBs."

        http://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/2013-11-12/america-and-israel-created-monster-computer-virus-which-now-threatens-nuclear

        Oh, no, a catastrophic self-replicating virus spreading around the world attacking the global nuclear infrastructure isn't a problem at all.

        Got kids?


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        • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

          @TIS: attributing such catastrophes as Fukushima to the unintended consequences of rouge computer viruses, overlooks the fact that this particular 'industrial accident' was initiated by a series of naturally occurring events: earthquake-induced tsunami. That cyber-warfare is used (and it has been) to derail the industrial progress of nation states, is accepted. That a variant of STUXNET may have been instrumental in preventing the reestablishment of control at anyone of the NPPs at Fukushima Daichi, is conceivable and does merit notice on all our parts. Yet, what's of greater significance to the discussion is that natural and/or man-made causes can lead to such widespread catastrophe! That is unacceptable and should remain central to whether nuclear power technologies are accepted for use within this planet's biosphere. Keep in mind, the innumerable radioactive catastrophes that have already occurred (Hanford being but one example) throughout this planet didn't require a USB memory stick…


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          • m a x l i

            It's a shame I still did not find the "like" button.


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          • Insight

            We live in an age of scientific miracles. HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) technology exists in many countries and can be used to create natural disasters. Whether or not the Japan earthquake was natural or caused by HAARP is not known to the general public.
            One should not assume the earthquake was a natural event. Research on HAARP reveals that the earthquakes it causes are generally 10-15 kilometers below sea level. That is a shallow quake. Reports have stated that the Japan earthquake was at 10 km while others have stated 15 km. The University of Tokyo’s HAARP induction magnetometer registered HAARP activity at the time of the quake. Following a week of electromagnetic silence, HAARP was turned on at approximately 0:00 hours 9 March, 2011 UTC
            If HAARP was used as a weapon, one should look to what country is in dispute with Japan.


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      • HoTaters

        There were some posts here which supposedly debunked the Stuxnet hypothesis. Don't know who posted them, but it was said the Japanese software being used was incapable of being infected with Stuxnet.

        Stuxnet supposedly attaches itself to and destroys Siemens security systems. An appropriate question would be: was TEPCO using Siemens security software at Fukushima Daichi on 3/11/11 ?


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  • Ed Long

    All the while CNN airs propaganda pieces like "Pandora's Promise" promoting nuclear power, pretending that everything is okay.

    Please share this documentary, a direct counter to "Pandora's Promise" and all the other media lies about nuclear power.

    Nuclear Exodus: Pandora's Promise Was A Lie

    [TRAILER]

    http://youtu.be/O5cYv5miv8c

    [FULL DOCUMENTARY]

    http://youtu.be/JrZZNzC3f8g


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    • bo bo

      Hi ed, thanks again, and don't hold back from reposting over and over. It's worth it. We need to fight 'Pandora's Promise'


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      • Ed Long

        Bo knows!

        There is a disturbing amount of support in the general population for nuclear power… many are blinded by these promises of Thorium, LFTR, etc… just like it was 1950 all over again.

        All completely blind to the enormous sword looming over our heads.

        This documentary needs to go viral!


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        • Time Is Short Time Is Short

          People want to be led blindly. Most will believe anything they're told by their 'leaders'.

          More commonly known as 'low-information voters'.

          We are in this mess because people weren't paying attention to who they were voting for. Now we're all dead.

          Got kids?


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        • bo bo

          I know someone in her twenties, very 'politically aware' ( that is, not your typical miley-twerker-millenial), subscribes to 'The Economist' (I hate the Economist, but hey, for a twenty something, that's impressive I guess..) shops for food at the organic farmer's market, bikes instead of drives, yada yada yada

          When I had a heart to heart with her about fukushima, her response was: 'it's sooooo sad what's happening in fukushima because nuclear power is so beautiful when it works, and it is what we need to curb CO2, and yet it can 'sometimes' go so wrong….'

          Another one recently was a late twenty something (or early thirties? ) 'alternative energy engineer', MIT educated. He was a student in my yoga class and I was excited to hear his opinion on fukushima – of course, someone so knowledgeable, and someone who works for SOLAR energy – would for sure be against nuclear, no ? Wrong. His intellectual soft spoken answer (delivered with a gentle sensitive smile): 'well, me, I'm actually not against nuclear power completely. I think there is a way to do it right…..'

          Huh.


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          • or-well

            bo, they don't know -
            there is no way to do it right,
            and all nukes would fry in a Carrington Event.
            Add nuke waste forever, without end.
            There's a start and an end to nuke conversation.

            Your anecdote is important.
            "She" thinks it sometimes does work right and "he" thinks it could and yet even IF both were right the risks from reality cancel it out.


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            • bo bo

              Thanks or-well,
              I agree.

              The latter was a nauseating experience – that gentle 'understanding smile' claiming emotional neutrality


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                • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                  Mack, :) Yes, there are other bright people out there!


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                • m a x l i

                  Mack, thank you for that article and the one further above. I am looking forward to what good ammunition you give us next out of your treasure chest.

                  One sentence in that Global-Warming article should be corrected, in my opinion, the first one here:

                  "Once you release all that energy from Uranium, as in a nuclear reactor, it is here forever, except for some fraction that radiates out into outer space as “long-wave radiation.” The rest goes into the air, waterways, glaciers, dirt and rocks as waste heat, also called thermal [heat] pollution, increasing the temperature, thereby bringing about global warming."

                  That "forever" is not right. All that energy goes out into outer space. It does not accumulate on earth. The mentioned fraction goes out through the atmosphere "immediately" (I hate that word!), the rest goes out too, but time-delayed; it stays a while, raising temperatures.

                  But that's a minor detail. The overall message is NUCLEAR POWER CAUSES GLOBAL WARMING, meaning higher average temperatures. I agree. I came to the same conclusion by myself a while ago and am glad to see others see it the same way, because I do not remember that I would have seen this fact mentioned anywhere, except by myself – struggling a lonely fight.


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          • Ed Long

            These people should definitely watch Nuclear Exodus!


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            • bo bo

              Yes, these people are like sheep cloaked in shephard dogs' clothing.

              They think they have done their 'research' (subscribe to the Economist, or earned a Phd from a respected institution or committed an evening to sitting down watching Pandora's Promise on CNN – whatever they consider to be 'enough research' ) and they believe they are the shephard that can guide us to a solution.


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          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            Sad that it is their future fate that they do not yet understand/realize/see … :(


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        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          We are now dealing with a very under educated population concerning Nuclear Technology and thus an unaware population at all levels.. :( This lack of education has been created by a clever international cross border design… :(


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  • moonshellblue moonshellblue

    Wow what an article "The chamber you must always remember to forget" Well worth reading. IMHO


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  • nedlifromvermont

    That's the key line: "The invisible truth is so incomprehensible that it is easier to pretend it doesn't exist …" This is the key to our 'enenewser' dilemma: Do we really want to be in the possession of the truth regarding this matter? So incomprehensible? Or maybe just too upsetting …

    If you are going to be shot tomorrow, would you like to be told about it today?

    If your 'national champion company' say GE, has infected you with cancer, so you will buy cancer diagnostic time on their radiation machines, do you really want to know?

    Would your life be improved by finding out who was responsible for your death?

    Did we really need the atom bomb to stop the Nazis? The answer is "No!".

    Did we really need to drop two atom bombs on Japanese civilians, to show the world what a really big sexual organ the U.S. possessed? The answer is, "No!"

    Did we ever need any of the poison spewing civilian nuclear power plants, to save us from warming, or because it was so, so cheap? The answer is decidedly, "No!"

    Whom are we kidding? Ourselves.

    Who got rich off the nuclear madness? GE and their JPMorgan bankster-backers.

    Did they really "need" all that extra money? The answer, is, "Not really."

    Now go to bed, and maybe you won't have to wake up.

    General Electric has poisoned the planet, and they don't want to admit it. Would you?

    Sweet dreams, 'newsers …


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  • moonshellblue moonshellblue

    "We bring good things to life" and "imagination at work" rather irony at work. IMHO


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  • Corium123

    The MSM silence about the BIG Fukushima GLOBAL THREAT (melted, missing cores of reactors 1-3) is indicative of a HUGE COVER-UP of what will likely turn out to be an ELE (Extinction-Level Event). People in Japan and throughout the world have a RIGHT TO KNOW the full extent of the Fukushima disaster and what is being done about it! This should be a DAILY MSM HEADLINE on all TV channels and in all print media – including publication of independently obtained radiation testing results throughout the world. Is anything more important to humanity in the long run? (IF there is a long run!).


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  • rnix rnix

    Just in case you ever wondered what if you could go back in time to warn people of a coming disaster….would they ever listen? I think most of us here now know the answer to that question.

    "Every passing hour brings the Solar System forty-three thousand miles closer to Globular Cluster M13 in Hercules — and still there are some misfits who insist that there is no such thing as progress."

    —-Kurt Vonnegut The Sirens of Titan


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    N O T H I N G . W I L L . B E . D O N E

    No country, government, or scientist can fix this, as proven by the continually worsening conditions.

    Wind and sea currents carry radiation eastward, circling the northern hemisphere, non-stop, 24/7.


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    • Corium123

      It's worse! The coria is also poisoning the groundwater around Fukushima and radiation will continue to spread from there to all waters around Japan. Wind will also carry radiation fall-out throughout Japan – then over Korea and China. You're right – things can only get worse!


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      • nedlifromvermont

        Corium 123: I visited your blog … and noticed the anti-"Zionist Slimeballs" rants.

        Is this really necessary?

        General Electric was founded by WASPS. Japanese scientists warned a Japanese utility that a fatally-flawed American-built complex of boiling water reactors at Fukushima Daichi was poised to be destroyed by the next mega-tsunami. Years ago.

        Ralph Nader asks, "Why has Israel never built a nuclear reactor in Israel?" Answer: Because they make utterly tempting targets of opportunity for those inclined to inflict damage on you! Translation: Building nuclear reactors is a Death Wish. Full stop.

        But it's worse. Building nuclear power plants is a murder wish. Even if they don't blow up, melt down etc. they give leukemia, cancer and death randomly. This is fact. With melt down they kill thousands, if not millions. What part of this sickness is even remotely worthwhile? None!

        peace …


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        • digitalaardvarks

          thank you. this is a revolting man.


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        • tarpus

          "Ralph Nader asks, "Why has Israel never built a nuclear reactor in Israel?" Answer: Because they make utterly tempting targets of opportunity for those inclined to inflict damage on you! Translation: Building nuclear reactors is a Death Wish. Full stop."

          I have to stop you there…Mordechai Vanunu gave us the pictures of Dimona nuclear facility in Israel. They are trying to deny the existence of said place and I for one don't believe anything that comes out of their mouths…Israel has over 250 nuclear warheads, courtesy of the good ol' USA…


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        • moonman

          you realy think israel dont have a reactor? ever heard of diamonia? and how could they build 300-400 nukes without one? could they buy their plutonium from japan maybe thats why their computor virus was found in fukushima diachi reactor controll computors. they might have told israel to f off. its almost funny to think zionists dont think we know mosaad must be slipping. when a policy gets so big it cant find enough food it dies and we will see the death throws of the zionists policys very soon.


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      • VanneV anne

        Have you forgotten that the wind going over Japan is mostly carrying the radioactive nuclides to the east with the Jet Stream to the all of North America and circles the globe every 40 days. Also the wind takes up from the ground plutonium deposited there up into the jet stream and circles the globe until breathed in by humans and by animals which humans eat. Also the plutonium is not destroyed by cremation and burying the dead people whose bodies contain plutonium. Scattering the ashes of someone who is radioactive just puts the plutonium back into the wind.


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        • We just can't stop with the Zionist conspiricy theory since Corium 123 came on the scene. Ok, did you not see the Tsunami (great big wave) and earthquake that shook the Fukushima plant. Perhaps those two events might have more bearing on the triple meltdown then a Israeli computer virus. No nuke plants should have been built in Earthquake prone Japan. Period. Japan fucked up through bribing government officials with hookers and blow. The nuke industry fucked up by cutting to many corners for quick profit. USA is complicit as that gov seems to want to prop up the International economy. Tepco owes billions. The Banks are pushing for more nuke restarts to make Tepco solvent.
          Tepco owns the largest nuclear power complex in the world and is supposed to be trusted to earthquake proof that place and put back onstream. Mess has nothing to do with Israel. C123 is a troll.


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        • HoTaters

          Fukushima has spewed into the atmosphere non-stop since 3/12/11. The nuclear goo has been circulating around non-stop every 40 days. But since there has been no stop to the airborne radiation escaping, there's no break in the "other 39 days" in the cycle. Just consider it's roughly 40 days between the times when the clouds from the biggest air-bombs went off (reactor explosions, spent fuel pool fires, etc.) Then add all the venting off and releases from other reactors worldwide, accidents, spills, and you get a lot of nuclear goop floating around.


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  • Nick

    Let's all wear pink.

    Ahhhh. I feel so much better.

    What a bunch of hooey that we have all been fed about finding a cure for cancer. Nobody talks about

    the invisible radiation.

    Guess we'll all be wearing black as the atomic plague spreads not just geographically, but temporally (into the future) as well.


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  • davidh7426 davidh7426

    If there is radiation in any of the waters off Alaska's coastline, then you can kiss not only the rest of Alaska's coast goodbye, but Canada's northern coast too.

    Because the currents from that area run north through the Bering Straight, so not only is the Pacific gone, but the polar ocean & eventually the north Atlantic will soon be following it.

    Mankind has seriously F****d up this time.


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    • Corium123

      Actually, it's NOT mankind that f****d up this time! Fukushima was done TO mankind by an ALIENkind. Would ANY human be so utterly STUPID and EVIL to set off the Fukushima ELE and SELF-destruct?! Look elsewhere – starting in Israel (Jim Stone) and go from there.


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      • davidh7426 davidh7426

        "…Would ANY human be so utterly STUPID and EVIL to set off the Fukushima ELE and SELF-destruct?!"…

        YES!!! – Definitely, we do it to ourselves all the time, our ego's blind us to the fact that we are not immune to our actions, in fact we're the main beneficiary of the fall-out of our own actions.

        There's no need to create 'alien' scapegoats to blame for this and other man-made disasters, just look in a mirror, there's the real perpetrator, either through direct action, or indifference. Our greed , stupidity, intolerance and collective indifference have led to this.


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        • digitalaardvarks

          if he looked in the mirror he would see himself, an alien racist


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          • davidh7426 davidh7426

            That's my point Digital…

            We all would, we'd all see ourselves, because we're all to blame, myself included.

            Few people had the foresight to speak out in the past, to learn about nuclear power, let alone protest about it, and while those number grow daily, is it any wonder that so much apathy, complacency, and disinformation abound, when the dangers are hidden or ignored by practically everybody.

            We as a race are like children who have found a box of matches, it was only a matter of time before we got burnt. But we're not just going to get a burnt hand, we've set fire to the house, only to discover we're locked in.

            —–

            Sorry for waffling.

            P.S. I won't report Corium123…

            Not because I agree with him, I don't. I suspect that perhaps he may be in need of some serious heavy-duty medication.

            The reason I won't report him is because even hate-filled, delusional trolls have the right to free speech, and I refuse to withhold that right just because I don't agree with him or his views.

            A fair number of you may well disagree with my views ( especially on this subject ), but you'd still respect my right to hold and to speak about them without hindrance, as I would yours.


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            • WWJD WWJD

              @davidh7426 – I agree with your reasons not to report Corium123. I would like to add that we all deal with people daily (often at work) that we have to ignore in order to finish our days. If Corium123 does get BANNED he will only return with a different IP address and username maybe this time pushing users buttons on a different topic other than ALIENS.

              I have recently see lots of talk about REPORTING people and sometimes I have seen the people reporting others crossing the LINE/RULES themselves. Please do not let the divide & conquer strategy work on us.


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              • VanneV anne

                I've been in moderation for long periods 3 different times, yet never critized enenews.com because I am 100% anti-nuke and that is my only agenda on this website, and I appreciate without measure the service enenews.com does to bring the information about what is happening in the world because of nuclear radiation. Instead I understood that either bloggers didn't like my comments (with some justification) or that some people who reported me were actually pro-nuclear. Admin doesn’t have time to moderate all the reported comments and has a much more important task to bring us the news. However, all my research to anti-nuclear information was never censored while being under moderation.
                And I never tried to sabotage enenews.com by bombarding them with off-topic comments that were sure to not pass moderation:.
                Here is Corium’s reaction which seems to me, IMHO, like a pro-nuclear agenda. I couldn’t find a single anti-nuke comment on his website:
                “In all likelihood, it will take the ENENews moderators the half-life of Neptunium-237 to ‘moderate’ my CENSORED comments!”
                Sayonara to ENENews (Zionist Shills-INFESTED website)
                http://novalight.wordpress.com/
                One could refer to many bloggers’ anti-Zionist comments still left on enenews.com and archived there. But the topic of enenews.com is oriented to nuclear and the environment. Corium123 was allowed his opinions and website address to be archived on enenews.


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                • VanneV anne

                  I certainly hate the corium of a nuclear melt-down enough that I wouldn’t choose this for my moniker.


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                  • m a x l i

                    anne, please read the comment guidelines under the "Submit Comment" button: no hateful comments!

                    Nah, just kidding.


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                    • VanneV anne

                      I'm sorry maxli. I didn't know that I am supposed to love nuclear meltdowns and the corium that is produced. I'm in tears. My daughter and sister and other members of my family are dying of cancer and in great pain and others in my family and dear friends have already died painful deaths of cancer from other meltdowns and nuclear testing. I have been totally disabled already for 24 years from the cancer surgery and everyone expected me to die of cancer. I am sorry that I have to love being a burden on society because I am old and disabled.

                      I am in tears that you think I have to love the corium that is killing all of Japan and millions and billions of people around the world. I didn't know that I am supposed to love the mutations that children are suffering. I didn't know that I should love that there are so many mass animal deaths and plant mutations and deaths.

                      There is nothing left in the world but tears and pain.


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                    • m a x l i

                      Dear anne, did you read my short comment until the end?

                      I am sorry if I caused you pain. Probably it was the wrong kind of joke because I don't know you well enough.

                      I am greatly surprised that you would think I would expect you to "love" the corium. I was hoping you would roughly remember a few comments of mine and know that's certainly not the case – rather the opposite.

                      So sorry! Now the stupid joke is out and I can't make it unsaid.


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                    • VanneV anne

                      Sorry, maxli. I didn't read your whole comment.

                      I try to get something positive done every day. Today I planted seeds indoors. My tomato plants that I planted last month I put in larger pots yesterday. Today I planted flax seeds, cherry tomato seeds, quinoa, lettuce, and garden cress.

                      From last month I have collards growing indoors, parsley, cilantro and carrots.

                      When I plant something it is my hope for the future.

                      Sorry I got upset. Talking about Fukushima isn't a very happy topic.


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                    • m a x l i

                      Flax? I had to ask aunt Wikipedia what that is. (I call it Leinsamen or Flachs.) Didn't know anyone who is planting this themselves. Do you do this for ornamental reasons or are you harvesting the seeds, if I may ask (rather off-topic-ish)?


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                    • VanneV anne

                      Right now I'm just growing it indoors as a microgreen, so it is grown crowded together and eaten 2 or 3 inches tall. But maybe next year I will grow it outdoors to harvest the seeds.

                      I wouldn't have thought of this myself, but saw it in a book on growing microgreens. And the seeds are a source of Omega 3 oil.


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              • davidh7426 davidh7426

                What we need is the ability to express our favour / disfavour in a way that isn't going to clutter up this site with 'He said / She said' posts.

                Because to be honest some of the posts complaining about our 'Current Troll' where just as bad as the ones they where complaining about…

                So, if Admin is still reading this item, and hasn't lost the will to live…

                Please, please, please implement something along the lines of the 'Thumbs up / down thingy' and let us vote on a post, it'll save you a lot of aggravation in the long run :)

                —–

                And while we're on the subject of changes…

                Shorten the page addresses, it's getting very difficult to Tweet these articles with some serious editing of the page title, which makes it very difficult to get peoples attention.

                —–

                I'll stop whinging now.


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      • or-well

        Admin, re: user Corium123, do you want reptile-alien, hate-site, off-topic commenters repeatedly spamming their ideas here?

        I am reporting my own comment, to hopefully draw attention to this obsessed, fringe individual.
        I urge others to report his comments.


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        • bo bo

          I've reported him as soon as I saw the awful thread earlier


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        • nohobear nohobear

          Agreed. I would ask the moderator the same thing. There's a line between allowing open honest discussion, and someone hijacking a thread with repeated, off topic conspiracy theories.

          Enenews is an invaluable news source and gathering place for an exchange and debate of rational ideas. A lot of hard work has gone into making this a site of integrity. Let's not let it be debased by being hi-jacked. Not now, at this critical time, when the Tepco lies and coverups are dissolving like the star fish off the west coast, and the world at large is beginning to awaken to the insanity of nuclear power.


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        • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

          you know me or-well. I love a parade as much as the next guy. I would simply ask Corium123 to move his personal OT commentary to more fertile grounds. The site administration was nice enough to provide us with such a forum. We're all big kids out here; and from past observations, determined that most of us are not adverse to the controversial ideas of others. Hopefully, this gentleman will exert a little-more self control and utilize the proper venue for his thoughts. I would not want to see him banned for his obvious – yet undisciplined – enthusiasm…

          http://enenews.com/forum-topic-discussion-thread-nuclear-issues-jan-5-2013-present


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          • or-well

            AFTERSHOCK – I love parades! And clowns! (just not in the middle of the highwire act).
            The off-topic forum is clearly the place for reptile-alien, hate-site spamming.
            A certain amount of off-topic comment seems inevitable and can stimulate productive ideas, if not dialogue, judging from past experience.
            But this essentially totally unmoderated site could quickly become all-noise/no-signal if neglected.


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            • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

              @or-well: which is my take, as well. ENENEWS is a precious resource for – all – of us. Should dis-information become rampant and indistinguishable from fact out here, we will – all – be at a great loss. As such, I will not remain silent should anyone – be they self-appointed magi or paid shill – insist on undermining the good works of others, on this site. Should they genuinely feel compelled to impart 'arcana' to the great unwashed, they're welcome to do so in the 'sandbox'…

              …love ya' bro!


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        • freespirit1620

          Reported him yesterday. Its embarrassing for me to refer a friend here and then have to explain his alien, Jew hating, snake talking god comments.


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          • tonybach

            Excuse me Freespirit. I do not notice much of a "FREE"spirit re: your comments regarding Corium 123, and I presume Jim Stone. He mentioned "Israel" and "Zionists". Its a bit of a quantum leap to go on to accuse Corium of being a racist and "Jew" hater. I am new to Enenews; this is my second post. Over the past few weeks, I have been catching up with all the valuable info on this superb site; albeit, much of it — as in the case of Jim Stone — being very controversial.

            I would just like to add, I witnessed the devastation of the earthquakes at Northridge near L.A. and San Francisco, where I just escaped coming down with the Bay Bridge. Despite the immense destruction, neither were anywhere near a 9.1 on the Richter. Jim Stone makes a very salient point, when he emphasises the lack of destruction before the tsunami struck. A very important point in my view, if we are to get at the truth of Fukushima. My question is this: Is there any threads on Enews where Jim Stone has been taken SERIOUSLY, without all the mud slinging and snide remarks. If so, can some kind soul point me to it, where I can make my own mind up, concerning the veracity
            of his theories; conspiricy or otherwise. Thank you all


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        • digitalaardvarks

          i have reported him too because i don't know if i can stay on this forum with him here


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      • harengus_acidophilus

        There is a short story: "The evil truth"

        It says: "The aliens want our womens!"
        Maybye you should buy some tin foil …

        The nake ape don't need assistance for his own
        destruction. It's part of his nature.

        h.


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  • Urban27

    Im getting suspicious – I'm Reading between the lines. I see they say: We don't know where the melted cores are. And in the same time I read: Higher quantities of radiation is washed into the sea..

    Are they consiously washing all the melted cores out in the sea – to get rid of it? That what I thínk. What do you Think?


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  • Pete

    The cores are blobs of molten metal @22,000 degrees+, thought to weigh up to 100,000 pounds each, and could have grown depending on what they "ate" on the way down, anything they come into contact with gets fried to carbon,and then the carbon feeds the reaction, making them even hotter, so they dont get cooler, they get hotter as they go down.

    Or they could have merged into a larger blob, possibly with all 3 cores merging into one, they arent very far apart physically and we don't know how far down they have gotten, some people think miles down, some think even more, and some think they havent left.

    However they are so hot, water is not going to cool them, or wash them out, they cant be gotten rid of or nuked away, they are massively dense, a long ways under ground and hotter than we can even comprehend. Oh, and also putting out enough rads to kill anyone that comes close.

    In all likelihood (or maybe just in my non-expert opinion :) they are prolly fissioning now and making brand new isotopes that have never existed on our planet before, like Chernobyl did.
    Fukushima is built on a landfill built on top of the sea shore, that they dynamited away 80 feet of the rock cliff to make. So who knows what that mix of trash and secret-squirrel radioactivity and sea water is making right now.

    In any case, out of sight, out of mind, there's no problem unless they tell us there is. Health effects, smealth effects, cancer diagnosis and treatment by GE is a great…


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    • harengus_acidophilus

      Uh … pardon?

      "The cores are blobs of molten metal @22,000 degrees+,
      thought to weigh up to 100,000 pounds each, …"

      Pls repeat in civilised units.

      "… and could have grown …"

      Or could not …

      "… depending on what they "ate" on the way down,
      anything they come into contact with gets fried to carbon, …"

      Magic transmutation of elements?

      "… and then the carbon feeds the reaction, [...]"

      Entering the sphere of fairy tales:
      Carbon feeds the fission of Uranium?

      "Or they could have merged into a larger blob, [...]"

      Nuclear magnetism?

      "… and hotter than we can even comprehend."

      If YOU can't comprehend numbers greater than 22,000, maybye you should try to calculate with. That's what numbers are, not to get an "emotional grip".

      To put your head in emotional jam
      is not the way to handle a serious situation.

      h.


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      • Pete

        I'll use whatever units I wish, you dont dictate anything to me.
        However, sorry for blending the literal with the figurative, I forgot this was my graduate thesis, not a comment on a news article. Everything I stated has been surmised by scientists smarter than me and I have to assume smarter than you too, since they think so and you dont.
        As far as comprehend, we can comprehend the number, its 2 with a bunch of zero's behind it, thanks Count, tomorrow you can teach us about the number 3. However, the point was and still is those are all really meaningless numbers as it is bigger and hotter than anything we can come near or make anything to recover.
        However since you have all the answers I have to wonder as to why you are here refuting my statement instead of in fukushima removing those coriums, I mean its easy.
        Also if you are going to attempt to correct me, perhaps you should to learn to proofread, spell, finish a sentence, and not use quotation marks around things that haven't been previously stated.

        ie, If YOU can't comprehend numbers greater than 22,000, maybye you should try to calculate with. That's what numbers are, not to get an "emotional grip".

        Hence the "Quotation" mark.


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        • m a x l i

          @Pete, while the tone of h-a's reply to you may seem harsh to many, I have to put all the same questions and the same advice before you. For someone who knows how to use the phrase graduation thesis your comment in question is remarkably non-sensical. Is this intentional?

          That you apparently insist in using units that are official units only in the U.S. (and there only outside the scientific community) and a few minor island nations – whereas the rest of the world uses SI units – while communicating on the internet on a topic of outstanding and global significance, is in my opinion not a wise decision, unless you don't want to be understood by the readers.

          That you don't care to tell (even after explicitly being asked) what units you are using and instead are satisfied to throw meaningless numbers around you, is even worse.

          While h-a is commenting on the content and meaning of your post, you are avoiding to talk about the raised questions at all, but instead resort to personal attacks ("smarter than you", "teach us about the number 3"), negligibilities ("proofread", "spell", and so on). I think it's good practice to always assume that your dialog partner may not be a native english speaker or may be otherwise hindered from mastering perfect English and still has something of value to say.

          Continued…


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          • m a x l i

            But you can try to return to the topic at hand and gain some ground by beginning to explain what gets "fried to carbon", for a start. If you can't do this, you can still make a contribution of value by sticking to what you really know and understand next time.


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    • Tim42

      <quote>"The cores are blobs of molten metal @22,000 degrees+, thought to weigh up to 100,000 pounds each.."</quote>

      Temperature wise.. 22,000 (C,F or K) is very unlikely since the coriums would be in a vapor state near earth's surface. The boiling points of U is 4131C, and Pu is 3228C. Note: The melting point of U02 is ~2815C.

      As for mass.. I would expect coriums from Units 2 and 3 and to be 1.7 times the mass of Unit 1, given the respective power output ratings of those units.


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  • Dugisme Dugisme

    I dropped in on the esquire blog. The article was useless fluff, more or less, though i guess having a few more people aware of it is good for something. I was a little annoyed and saidUseless bit of fluff. That's THREE, count them THREE melt throughs. They have no idea where the cores are. Over two and a half years of ground water flowing through the site and into the icean. 300 tonnes a day is the current estimate. And some one had the bright idea to run one of these with MOX fuel. That would be mixed oxide fuel. So yes, there is a plutonium cloud that circles the globe. You know how one of the plants exploded? Apparently that was a limited nuclear explosion. Those 1, 400 fuel rods contain the equivalent of 14, 000 Hiroshima detonations. It's notfear porn people, it's a nightmare. Try enenews.com, or fukushimadiaries.com, or enformable.com. just look beyond esquire for petes sake. Start at business insider if you like, but start reading. http://www.businessinsider.com/fukushima-radiation-hiroshima-atom-bomb-2013-8" was that over the top? Or worse than staying quiet?

    D.


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  • Dugisme Dugisme

    Was that 'report comment' button always there? I've been sleeping a lot lately and have been a bit out of the loop.

    Peace.


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  • mhocker10

    you guys need to read the info on the "Pluthermal" Operation…. the US gave Japan the Plutonium to burn in their reactors.

    http://fukushimaupdate.com/japan-made-secret-promise-with-u-s-to-restart-pluthermal-nuclear-program/


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  • Bones Bones

    I know why the PSU professor told it so plainly, and it's because we went through TMI. No one in PA wants nukes only the poor idiots.


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    • Bones Bones

      Just to clarify as that sounds harsh, but you ask any regular intelligent average Pennsylvanian and they will say they are killing us slowly. We know so many sick people and it causes these literal slums. They "Slum" is dispersed obviously so it's hard to see outside cities, but it's there. Only any idiot would support anything involving our current nuclear system. Fusion…fine. Coal, make it better cut back a lot same as oil, Renewables…Awesone, but nuclear fusion and it's products NO! Obviously. lol


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  • Igmz Igmz

    Hola my friends from here in Northern NM! Many thanks to you all (even the shills) for the consistently good information, specially relevant links. Here in NM my own blood relatives don't believe me when I try to talk to them about fuku even though there is a rad monitor at a local middle school that reports elevated readings regularly (if I am reading it correctly!) I am hoping to be pointed to some cliff notes about readings and how to read them if that makes sense. Want to get on local radio soon if possible and do a fuku report..this stuff makes some sort of sense to me but want to be able to make sense to others ..


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  • Igmz Igmz

    To Anne, a confession..I recently told my wife that I was "in love" with someone named Anne on this site..had to quickly quantify that I meant that I loved your mind and the quality and beauty do your posts! Thank you and keep me coming,


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  • Igmz Igmz

    So sorry!!…I meant keep them coming (your posts!)..new to this posting business mad need to learn to proof read


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  • Lady M

    I lived 18 miles from TMI at the time the plant was in trouble. Very scary. The events of March 11, 2011 instantly brought back the feelings and that is why I have followed the Fukushima incident as well as I can since day 1. So many of the things that happened at the time of TMI were like micro versions of what we are seeing now in Japan. For example, during TMI many people were afraid to buy the meat that came from the cattle farms that surrounded TMI. Stores rushed to get what they had cut up and sold before people stopped buying it. The growing hydrogen bubble in the containment building was so frightening — like today's SFP issue, because we were horribly worried that an explosion was imminent — but mercifully the bubble went down in a few days. For about a year after the crisis, local publications carried photos of area plants that were aberrant — gigantic carrots and the like. Too, similar to what we see in Japan now and even moreso early on, there was the lack of scientific knowledge of the people who lived close to the plant. I distinctly remember, on the front page of our local newspaper, a photo of mothers taking their children for a walk next to the plant during the crisis; the mothers had placed handkerchiefs on the children's head "to protect them," the photo caption stated, "from radiation." I was a science teacher and knew enough to realize how eerie that was; that image became, for me, the iconic one I remember from TMI.


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Lady M, You were very close and how is the health of everyone caught in the downwind?


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  • ftlt

    3 years later… Now its a threat.. Ghee Whiz

    People had warned of this potential for over 50 years..

    Especially, with these lame GE units..

    It will happen SOON again somewhere else too..

    Get ready, gang


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  • Lady M

    Obewanspeaks: Well – I am fine so far : ) — I lived there for a total of only about 15 months (about 12 after the incident) and kept up with only a couple of people after I moved. They're ok too. Not much of a sample, I'm afraid. One other thing I think may be of interest: Evacuations from the area around the plant had been just starting to occur when the crisis resolved. Where I lived was right at the edge of where they were evacuating TO. There were two nearby colleges, Kings and Wilkes, and the gyms had been turned into shelters. So 18 miles was the evacuation radius; I think evacuation was optional rather than mandatory at the time that it was beginning.


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Glad your OK but the results were very negative throughout the state.. :(
    http://www.radiation.org/press/pressreleaseThyroid100121.html


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  • Lady M

    Obewanspeaks: Wow! I did not know that! Thanks for sending!


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  • Emmanuel Truthseeker Emmanuel Truthseeker

    Antonio Meuci invented a telephone in 1836 which communicated through the ground and did not need an electricity company to provide power. His technology was quashed and Alexander Bell given the honour in the history books.
    Nathan Stubblefield figured out how to tap electricity straight out of the ground with copper electrodes in the late 19th century. His technology was quashed and taken off the record.
    Nikola Tesla figured out how to provide free electricity to the world. JP Morgan and the great Mister Edison torched Nikola's lab and all research notes.

    We never ever needed to develop nuclear fission for making electricity. We never actually needed to dam up rivers to make hydro electric projects, making artificial lakes which have drowned a lot of natural history and upset the balance of the planet, accounting for increased wobbling on her axis. The entire global electricity industry is totally unnatural and therefore is doomed to fail; as we see it failing grotesquely; not just at Fukushima but at all nuclear plants, for there is not one which is safe and not one which does not off gas dangerous fumes. All nuclear plants world wide must be shut down and immediately decommisioned and the bill sent to the Rothschilds.


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  • Lady M

    WWJD: Yes, radius from plant. Note that the evacuations around TMI were being started to protect people from something that had not happened yet (potential explosion of containment building due to increasing hydrogen bubble, and the radiation release that would likely follow), rather than something that had already happened. I don't how dependable the wind patterns are/were near TMI; a circular evacuation zone may have been the safest bet.


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  • pjrsullivan

    The Free energy was here long ago. Nathan Stubblefield (1860-1928) ran motors and heated his home using earth energy. Dr Moray produced 50KW, about $125 worth of electricity a day, of free energy in 1930. Dr Eugene Mallove (1947-2004) reported in early 2004 that we were only a few months away from unlimited clean free energy.
    So what's the truth? Here's a page that explains the theoretical technical aspects of free energy. They use high speed earth motion, so we call them velocity power sources.

    http://bitchworld.weebly.com/the-four-elements-of-free-energy.html


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  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    This is when the 'theory folks' are handy.
    They are supposed to 'trip the light fantastic'..hypothesize..way out there..and come back and report.
    Here is their/our chance to try and comprehend the incomprehensible.


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  • antipodes

    Thank You John B.Wells for Sat. night No.9th for your coverage on Fukushima. Coast to Coast radio late night.


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  • pkjn

    Japan lawmaker gets death threat for breaching imperial etiquette
    13 November 2013 Voice of Russia
    The menacing letter, discovered by security officers at a Tokyo building filled with lawmakers' offices, warned that "a group of assassins will be dispatched shortly".
    Inside the envelope was a clasp knife with a nine-centimetre (3.5 inch) blade.
    The threat was directed at actor-turned-politician Yamamoto, who was elected to parliament as an independent on a strongly anti-nuclear platform.
    Yamamoto has said the hand-written note had been his attempt to let the emperor know directly about the plight of people affected by the atomic disaster at Fukushima.
    http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2013_11_13/Japan-lawmaker-gets-death-threat-for-breaching-imperial-etiquette-6501/


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  • Mack Mack

    WHY is Nuclear-Regulatory-Commissioner Kristine Svinicki in the United Arab Emerates promoting nuclear energy?

    “The UAE indeed has an inspiring story to tell about their nuclear energy project,” she said. “It truly makes it a model for other nations to follow.”

    http://www.thenational.ae/uae/environment/us-expert-impressed-by-quality-of-work-at-uaes-nuclear-power-site#ixzz2kZU5Bym3


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