Nuclear Engineer: “Alarm bells” are going off over Fukushima plume coming to US West Coast — People will be dying from radiation that’s flowing across Pacific — Massive amounts of nuclear waste are flowing into ocean every day, and will for more than a century — “We’ve contaminated the biggest source of water on planet, and there’s no way to stop it” (VIDEO)

Published: April 7th, 2016 at 1:12 pm ET


Nuclear engineer Arnie Gundersen on Fukushima@5, Mar 7, 2016 (emphasis added): Massive amounts of radiation continue to enter Japan’s water and air, and the Pacific Ocean, daily… Due to its triple meltdowns and the unmitigable radioactive releases, Fukushima Daiichi will continue to bleed radiation into the Pacific Ocean for more than a century… There is no road map to follow with directions to stop the ongoing debacle…

Nuclear engineer Arnie Gundersen on KPFA, Mar 30, 2016: [Univ. of California] Berkeley’s nuclear program has been in the forefront of the pro-nuclear propaganda for decades, and since Fukushima has been aggressively downplaying the significance of it. So, whatever comes out of Berkeley, I just attribute to a very pro-nuclear faculty… [Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is] measuring 1,000 miles offshore [of the US West Coast] and… picking up 10 becquerels per cubic meter [Bq/m3]. At my point, that’s when my alarm bells go off is 10 [Bq/m3]… That plume is still coming, the Pacific is a huge place and to think that a disaster on the opposite side of the world can be detected and begin to contaminate California, I think that the monumental shattering conclusion [is] radiation knows no borders… So this ‘dilution is the solution to pollution’ is what I think Berkeley believes in. What you can be sure of is that somebody’s going to die from the radiation that’s in the Pacific, but you just won’t know who it is – and they’re counting on that. The nuclear establishment is saying, ‘Well, we can smear that out in a broader epidemiological study.’

Nuclear engineer Arnie Gundersen on CCTV, Apr 5, 2016: We’re looking at newspaper coverage from the last couple of weeks and it’s clear that the plant continues to hemorrhage.

Fairewinds Japan Speaking Tour Series No. 1, Feb 12, 2016:

  • Nuclear engineer Arnie Gundersen: [T]he Fukushima power plants… continues to bleed into the Pacific every day. But what no one is paying any attention to is that the entire mountain range that runs 100 miles up and down this coast is also contaminated. And as much radiation is pouring out… into the Pacific from the mountain range because it’s so contaminated, as from the Fukushima site… in fact, they’ve got an entire state pouring radiation into the Pacific. So what’s in the Pacific? Off of California, they’re finding radiation at what I would consider significant levels… in a cubic meter of ocean water, they’re finding 10 radioactive decays every second… So a cubic meter of water, if you’re in a dark room, would have 10 flashes of light every second, and that’s going to go on for 300 years. So we have contaminated the biggest source of water on the planet, and there’s no way to stop it.
  • Maggie Gundersen, founder of Fairewinds: So are you saying that the contaminated water problem is hopeless? Is there nothing we can do to slow it down?
  • Arnie Gundersen: It used to be that scientists believed dilution is the solution to pollution. But I think we’re finding with the biggest body of water on the planet, that you can’t dilute this stuff. And we’re going to begin to see this bio-accumulation, which is all the fish that are in the ocean are going to uptake the cesium and the strontium and become more and more and more radioactive

Interviews: KPFACCTV

Published: April 7th, 2016 at 1:12 pm ET


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  • Nick

    "Peripheral nerve injury and subsequent regeneration often lead to a variety of sensory deficits. Researchers hope to identify specific cellular and molecular changes in sensory neurons following peripheral nerve injury to better understand the processes that underlie neuroplasticity (the brain’s ability to reorganize or form new nerve connections and pathways following injury or death of nerve cells). Identifying these mechanisms could provide targets for new drug therapies that could improve recovery following regeneration. "

    My TATAL suspicions have led me to wonder if radiation can trigger CRPS; wherein the immune system back fires in response to a molecular stress brought on by energetic atoms substituting themselves into our cells.

    If a neuron carries chemical messengers of detrimental frequencies, it makes sense that the neuro-electrical flux in a biological system is compromised.

    Think about how we normally diagnose swollen limbs, it is this and that disease and you can take this or that medicine for it.

    But what if we take immuno and toxic effects as synergistic?

    The waters become murkier.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    The artist used the wrong shape for the reactors.
    But ..what is there not to understand?

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    What's left? ..a big yellow neon arrow pointing to the sea??

  • Nick

    It doesn't make sense to flood the biosphere with stuff that is toxic at the atomic level (if not quantum).

    I have a hunch that Fukushima is basically sizzling us all, our very neuro-chemistry has been slightly altered.

    Notice more folks on crutches lately, or wearing padded boots?


    To think we are dealing with ALL the nuclear fission bits released becomes overwhelming, but TATAL tellers will prevail.

    I see no other truth.

    GMI is wedded to CRPS.

    The mind and the body fritzed out by wayward atomic energies.

    Not good.

  • rogerthat



    THE EXPERIENCE OF seeing Nadav Kander’s landscapes begins pleasantly enough but often leaves you feeling unsettled. Dust is no exception.

    The captivating series, showing for the first time in New York City, reels you in with its masterful photos of gorgeous, haunting ruins in Kazakhstan. But then you read the captions, which identify them as Cold War test sites for ballistic missiles and atomic bombs. Only then does the horror reveal itself. “My landscapes are not about nature,” Kander says. “They’re about man and how we exist.” …

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Thanks again ..or-well.
    I don't know what it takes..!

  • rogerthat

    Japanese fishermen to sue over fallout from Bikini Atoll nuclear tests in 1950s

    Julian Ryall
    8 APRIL 2016
    A group of fishermen is to sue the Japanese government for failing to release records detailing their exposure to radiation from US nuclear tests in the Pacific in the 1950s.

    Some 20 people, including relatives of fishermen who have since died, are to file their case with the Kochi District Court in May, each demanding Y2 million (£13,088) in compensation.

    The men have been particularly angered by the actions of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, which in September 2014 admitted it had data on the radioactive fallout that around 500 fishing vessels and their crews were exposed to in the Castle Bravo nuclear tests.

    The ministry had previously claimed the documents no longer existed, the Asahi newspaper reported. …

    • rogerthat

      The first of the Castle Bravo tests, on March 1, 1954, was three times more powerful than scientists had initially predicted, producing a fireball around 4.5 miles across within a second.

      The mushroom cloud reached a height of nearly 9 miles in around one minute and eventually climbed to an altitude of 25 miles. The blast was estimated to be 1,000 times more powerful than the atomic bombs that devastated Hiroshima and Nagasaki. As well as producing a larger blast, strong winds took the fallout far greater distances than the scientists had expected.

      The Daigo Fukuryu Maru was approximately 800 miles east of Bikini Atoll, one of the Marshall Islands in the central Pacific, and more than 80 miles outside the US government's 92,000 square mile exclusion zone around the island, when the first bomb was detonated.

      Fallout began to coat the tuna fishing boat – and its 23 crew – about two hours later. Unaware of the danger, they scooped the radioactive ash off the deck with their bare hands, while one of the fishermen, Matashichi Oishi, said he licked the dust, reporting that it was gritty but had no taste. …

      • rogerthat

        By the time the ship docked in Japan two weeks later, the men were suffering from nausea, headaches, burns, pain in their eyes and bleeding from their gums and were diagnosed with acute radiation poisoning.

        In September, 40-year-old Aikichi Kuboyama died as a result of his exposure. In 1955, the US paid Japan $2 million in "consolation money" and concluded the issue at the political level. The Japanese government paid each of the crew of the Lucky Dragon Y2 million (£13,088 at present day exchange rates), but provided nothing to fishermen aboard other ships.

        The health ministry in Tokyo maintains that crew members of 10 ships were exposed to radiation, but it insists that their doses "did not reach levels that could damage their health".

        Tests conducted on enamel on the teeth of the fishermen by a professor at Okayama University of Science revealed radiation measuring up to 414 millisieverts, equivalent to people standing about 1 mile from the hypocenter of the atomic bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima in 1945.

        Under Japanese law, anyone who was within 2.2 miles of the Hiroshima or Nagasaki atomic bomb detonation points is eligible for medical allowances for a range of illnesses, including cancer.

  • rogerthat

    … the inquest heard the Danish and US authorities were vague with public information – and Mr Lilleby was not told of any potential risks.

    This was despite having to go about his normal work in the salvage yard among large containers filled with contaminated ice and materials.

    Mr David Roberts, senior Cumbria coroner, said yesterday: “It remains a possibility that in 1968 he was exposed to radiation following the clean-up operation.

    “It seems it’s likely to have been when he was walking past these large storage containers which were to be exported back to the US. The extent to which there was any escape from these containers is really a matter of speculation.

    “What I can’t establish, on the balance of probabilities, is a direct connection (with cancer in later life) but the connection always remains a possibility.”

    Decades after he worked in Greenland, Mr Lilleby, a dad-of-two from his first marriage and a retired hotel director, was diagnosed with tonsil cancer in 2002 and lung cancer in 2006. …

  • rogerthat


    More than a month after the state confirmed that radioactive waste was illegally transported to and dumped in an Estill County landfill, questions outnumber answers for nearby residents.

    Anger rose in Stephen Birchfield’s voice as he talked about the out-of-state waste that was dumped in the Blue Ridge Landfill across Ky. 89 from Estill County High School and Estill County Middle School. His 14-year-old son, Jacob, attends the middle school, and the Birchfields live in a mobile home on Dry Branch Road near the landfill.

    “Personally, I think they ought to shut ’em down and fine the hell out of them,” Stephen Birchfield, 42, said of the landfill. “I think it’s wrong.” …

  • rogerthat

    France is 'not prepared for a nuclear accident', report says

    07 Apr 2016
    France is dangerously ill-prepared to deal with a nuclear accident, according to a worrying new report, that the Swiss and Germans will want to read with interest.

    That’s the conclusion of a new report by France’s ANCCLI commission that reports on the state of the country's nuclear facilities.

    “France is not ready to face a serious nuclear accident,” warned the commission’s president Jean-Claude Delalonde. “Even though a national response plan was made public in February 2014, nothing has been put in place,” he said.

    The report comes after both Switzerland and Germany have expressed concerns about the safety of some of France’s 19 nuclear power stations, with authorities in Geneva even launching legal action.

    According to Delalonde's association the French government has not learned the lessons from previous disasters like Chernobyl that was presented as a “Soviet” accident.

    The Fukushima disaster in Japan prompted the French to improve certain safety measures around nuclear reactors but ANCCLI want more. …

    • rogerthat

      They want the “emergency zone” around nuclear power stations, where measures are put in place in the event of accident, extended from the current 10km radius to 80 km.

      The fact this hasn’t been done already creates a dangerous situation for Europe, the report says.

      For example France distributes iodine tablets, which protect against the potentially cancer-causing effects of radioactivity, to those living within the 10km radius of a nuclear reactor, but in Belgium the same measure is taken within a 20km radius.

      After Fukushima, the radius was extended to between 20km and 50km in Switzerland. The entire state of Luxembourg is part of an emergency zone even though there are no nuclear power stations on its territory. It’s due to the fact the Cattenom reactor in France is close to the border.

      The duchy has previously forwarded to the European Commission a study commissioned by Germany's Greens party, which according to Luxembourg "listed the Cattenom plant's security problems".

      ANCCLI wants French authorities to work out a plan and carryout “digital simulations” for how Iodine tablets would be distributed to the whole of France before a radioactive cloud passes and also how the population would be evacuated in the event of a disaster.

      The extent of the problems France would face in the event of a disaster are made clear by the fact more than 1.25 million people live within 30km of the Bugey power plant near Switzerland and over one million live around the…

      • rogerthat

        Fessenheim power station – the oldest in the country.

        Delalonde points out that India’s contingency plans are far more developed than they are in France.

        “They anticipate the amount of food that will be needed, the number of emergency beds needed, blankets and even how many saris would be needed,” he said.

        "This power plant is very old, too old to still be in operation," said a spokesman for Germany’s Environment and Nuclear Safety Minister Barbara Hendricks.

        Meanwhile, the Swiss canton of Geneva on Wednesday filed a complaint against French nuclear plant Bugey located in the neighbouring French region of Ain, claiming that it "deliberately puts in danger the life of others and pollutes the waters".

    • hadia hadia

      @rogerthat, thank you for the link regarding French reactors.
      Absolutely right, France still has old models of NPs and their government doesn´t even care. Why? Maybe because Sarkozzi is one of the heads of Iluminati?
      It is no secret that the world´s NPPs are getting defect one by one. Are you beginning to see a pattern here?
      Well, I do. And still some governments think nuclear makes them a superpower!

  • rogerthat

    The Asahi Shimbun

    EDITORIAL: Reactor ruling ignores lessons, anxiety from Fukushima crisis
    April 7, 2016

    A court ruling concerning nuclear reactor operations raises serious doubts about whether the court rightly recognized the gravity of the damage and the harsh realities caused by the 2011 accident at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant.

    The Miyazaki branch of the Fukuoka High Court on April 6 rejected an appeal by Kyushu residents seeking an injunction to shut down the No. 1 and No. 2 reactors of the Sendai nuclear plant run by Kyushu Electric Power Co. in Satsuma-Sendai, Kagoshima Prefecture. They are the only two reactors currently operating in Japan.

    The ruling in essence said the Nuclear Regulation Authority’s (NRA) new safety standards, established after the disaster at the Fukushima plant, reflect the lessons learned from the triple meltdown and cannot be described as unreasonable. It also dismissed the plaintiffs’ argument that the design of the Sendai plant underestimates the safety risks posed by possible major earthquakes.

    This ruling stands in sharp contrast with the Otsu District Court’s decision in March that raised doubts about the NRA’s safety standards and ordered the suspension of operations of two reactors at Kansai Electric Power Co.’s Takahama …

    • rogerthat

      nuclear plant in Fukui Prefecture.

      What happened in Fukushima has created strong anxiety among Japanese about the safety of nuclear power generation. From this point of view, it is obvious which of the two rulings really echoed the public sentiment about nuclear safety.

      Symptomatic of the two courts’ different stances toward public concerns are their views about evacuation plans.

      The new nuclear safety standards do not address issues related to evacuation plans.

      The Otsu District Court raised questions about this fact and contended that the government is obliged to develop new regulatory standards based on a broader perspective that also address evacuation plans.

      The Miyazaki branch acknowledged there are legitimate concerns about the existing plan for emergency evacuations.

      The plaintiffs argued that the plan would be unable to deal with a situation that requires an immediate and massive evacuation. They also said the number of buses available to transport local residents during nuclear crises would be insufficient.

      But the court nevertheless dismissed the plaintiffs’claim that operating the Sendai reactors violates their personal rights. The court pointed out that at least an emergency evacuation plan was in place.

      Following the accident in Fukushima, many residents could not smoothly flee for their safety, leading to serious confusion.

      The high court’s decision did not give due consideration to this fact.

      Volcanoes, including …

      • rogerthat

        the highly active Sakurajima, are located around the Sendai nuclear plant.

        The NRA has established guidelines concerning the risks to nuclear plants posed by volcanic eruptions.

        The high court judged the guidelines, based on the assumption that the timing and scale of eruptions can be accurately predicted, to be “irrational.”

        Yet the court said the probability of an eruption triggering a catastrophic nuclear accident was so low that the risk can be ignored unless solid grounds for thinking otherwise are shown.

        The court acknowledged the NRA’s flawed approach to dealing with the safety risk posed by volcanic eruptions. But it said the widely accepted view in society is that the risk can be ignored because of the low probability of such eruptions actually occurring.

        Can this be described as an opinion based on serious reflection on the fact that unforeseen circumstances occurred at the Fukushima plant?

        The exact causes of the nuclear disaster are not yet clear, and around 100,000 people are still living as evacuees.

        That explains why various opinion polls show a majority of respondents expressing negative views about plans to restart reactors.

        The court ruling that endorses the NRA’s new safety standards does not translate into public support of the government’s policy to bring idled reactors back on stream.

        The sharply different court rulings on reactor operations should be regarded as a sign that the knotty question of how to secure safety …

  • or-well

    Multi-awarded 4 min animation "Abita"

    animated short film about Fukushima children who can't play outside because of the radioactivity. About their dreams and realities.

  • Sickputer

    RE: Chinese sub pops up during big 7th Fleet exercises: (article in 2007)

    SP: Interesting that the Chinese subs were so stealthy even in 2007. Of course the Russians ran a sub for many days that was undiscovered in the Gulf of Mexico In 2012:

    SP: I guess we shouldn't be surprised considering the German subs chopped us up pretty good in WWII (over 200 US ships sunk in the GOM alone).

    The superpowers love showing off their military skills, America is no exception. War is big business and fortunately none of the "incidents" have provoked WWIII yet. Just think how much money that could provide cleanup for pollution issues is shat away in these arm flexing buildups. China, the Russians, and America are all roiling in 150 years of synthetic toxins on all fronts and yet they expend the wealth of their countries in a modern day example of half their cave warriors guarding the front door. While people inside the countries (modern caves) are dying rapidly from industrial filth.

    • Sickputer

      I just read two days ago in my local West Texas newspaper an article by Carolyn Thompson on AP about a couple in west New York who had one child born with no limbs and now while pregnant the wife has a brain tumor and had surgery to save her life, but she was laying off radiation and chemo to help her unborn fetus.

      No mention at all about the cause of her illness, but a simple search showed 22 Superfund sites in her hometown of Tonawanda and a blaring article warning the poor fokkers living there:

      For Ms. Thompson to write a human interest article without any questions concerning the causation of that family's distress is irresponsible journalism.

      • Sickputer

        Late in her article Ms. Thompson drops this family history tidbit:

        "In the meantime, they will start interviewing nannies to help care for the newborn and the rest of the children, among them 7-year-old Josie, who was born without arms and legs. Phil's leave from his maintenance job with the town of Tonawanda is coming to an end."

        SP: For the love of Pete, does the author not understand that there is another story behind that poor woman's plight! The f@@king town is dying in their industrial filth!

          • Good find Orwell

            Emissions Data
            2006 CO2 Emissions: 3,301,283 tons
            2006 SO2 Emissions: 12,299 tons
            2006 SO2 Emissions per MWh:
            2006 NOx Emissions: 3,265 tons
            2005 Mercury Emissions: 167 lb.
            Death and disease attributable to fine particle pollution from Huntley Generating Station
            In 2010, Abt Associates issued a study commissioned by the Clean Air Task Force, a nonprofit research and advocacy organization, quantifying the deaths and other health effects attributable to fine particle pollution from coal-fired power plants.[4] Fine particle pollution consists of a complex mixture of soot, heavy metals, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen oxides. Among these particles, the most dangerous are those less than 2.5 microns in diameter, which are so tiny that they can evade the lung's natural defenses, enter the bloodstream, and be transported to vital organs. Impacts are especially severe among the elderly, children, and those with respiratory disease. The study found that over 13,000 deaths and tens of thousands of cases of chronic bronchitis, acute bronchitis, asthma, congestive heart failure, acute myocardial infarction, dysrhythmia, ischemic heart disease, chronic lung disease, and pneumonia each year are attributable to fine particle pollution from U.S. coal plant emissions. These deaths and illnesses are major examples of coal's external costs, i.e. uncompensated harms inflicted upon the public at large. Low-income and minority populations are disproportionately impacted…

          • The biggest 'emitter' is a carbon fuel power plant

            Huntley Generating Station (existing)

            Nothing like clean carbon, eh?

            Just burn more, baby, burn, baby, burn. Drill baby, drill, mine and blast.

            Frack away there maties, more carbon burning is good for you, don't you know?


            • Coal Plants Emit More Radiation Than Nuclear Plants Do – Nuclear Propaganda and Lie Exposed And Debunked, Coal Plants Are The Largest Source Of Toxic Emissions In Average Town Without Nuclear Plant

              • Even if CO2 were somehow found to be neutral as far as global warming, all of the other stuff that goes with it, makes any carbon fuel a non starter as far as anything sustainable.

                Humanity needs to let go of the carbon and nuclear addiction and take up a new healthier habit; renewable energy sources.

                CO2 Added By Humanity Is More Than 200 Times All Volcanoes Combined, As Oxygen Levels Drop, Human Intelligence, Reaction Times, Health And Environment Deteriorates, Salby Debunked

                CO2 is an acid gas, which makes soil, water and humans more acidic over time. Anyone with common sense knows that this is not a good thing.

                • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                  polluting the earth is bad. C02 is not a pollutant, its an inextricable part of the carbon cycle, vital to life on earth. Co2 is not making people more acidic over time. All animals exchange c02 with the environment and breathing is even regulated by it

                  Man is polluting the earth to death. But demonizing C02 is kind of like demonizing oxygen or potassium. You cant make it into a poison, despite repeated efforts.

                  Granted, man should not release the stored carbon quicker than natures standard. One has to look at the percentages though…if c02 is really the problem, then we should cap and trade termites who emit 10x as much c02. Oh wait, termites cant pay, whats the point then?

                  bottom line; oil burning is a tragic bummer controlled by uber elite powers, it destroys the environment. Humanity must return to natures balance. Demonizing C02 as a toxic poison acidifying people is misplaced…in my opinion

            • earthsmith earthsmith

              Truly no place is safe. I wonder what that coal does when interacting with vocs' from the other sewer gases and chemicals. I hate sewers

            • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

              The polluters of the world are have a big massive..Party On! 🙁

              It is all perfectly legal?

  • Jebus Jebus

    Columbia Springers so far…

    Count 'em up.


    What's happening…

  • Sol Man

    Grim, and grimmer…"and there is no way to stop it." The ocean's shoreline is no barrier. Hug your loved ones.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    With no hands to cover the scars upon her face gracefully she spins around and round..
    Bonnie and poignant in her soiled gown..

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Seems those NASA boys (and girls) have found a wibble to the wobble.

    NASA: Global warming is now changing how Earth wobbles
    April 8 2016

    Japan Quake May Have Shortened Earth Days, Moved Axis

    I had a collection of toy tops are a kid.
    Funny how a wibble escalates and accentuates the wobble.
    Just saying.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Typo 'as' a kid..
    I see we didn't get spell check for Christmas…lol.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    PS.. Then chores.
    End thought..

    If a person was to really love me, they would have to understand what troubles my heart and soul.
    Most days, I'd say 'fat chance'.
    It's too painful to be worried about it.

  • Jebus Jebus

    "Circumstances that we could have never possibly dreamed of, five years ago…"

    Is that Pandora with her grip around the neck of that Eagle?

    Why are her feet crossed?

    Bernie is winning…

  • Jebus Jebus

    Good, put up more solar panels… 🙂

    Unable To Compete On Price, Nuclear Power On The Decline In The U.S.

    Renewable energy and new technologies that are making low-carbon power more reliable are growing rapidly in the U.S. Renewables are so cheap in some parts of the country that they're undercutting the price of older sources of electricity such as nuclear power.

    The impact has been significant on the nuclear industry, and a growing number of unprofitable reactors are shutting down.

    When the first nuclear power plants went online 60 years ago, nuclear energy seemed like the next big thing.

    It never panned out. Nuclear plants keep coming in over-budget. And after the Fukushima disaster in Japan in 2011 — when three nuclear reactors melted down after an earthquake and tsunami hit — companies were forced to spend millions of dollars more on safety equipment to keep older plants operating.

    The companies say the steady power generated by nuclear still pays an important role stabilizing the nation's energy grid.

    But America's reactors are aging. The average is now 35 years old. With the new investment going to natural gas and increasingly to wind and solar, the old energy of the future may soon be eclipsed by the new energy of the future.

  • Jebus Jebus

    12 Nuclear Realities Whose Names Must Not Be Spoken

    Finally, the President’s ‘all of the above’ energy policy treats nuclear energy generation as ‘clean,’ ignoring the massive carbon footprint of the atomic fuel chain that makes uranium essentially a fossil fuel. It also gives massive funding and support to developing a new generation of nuclear reactors, as well as marketing existing U.S. designs world-wide to such clients as warring Arab oil states.

    DNC's new campaign ad.

    Silent Water…


  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Thus the Earth was lost.. 🙁

  • Jebus Jebus

    Letter: Opposing wind energy is not a sensible stance

    Wind, along with solar, is the most nonpolluting, nontoxic way to generate electricity. Coal, oil, natural gas and nuclear energy all create toxic wastes that are nearly impossible to completely keep away from people, pets and wildlife. Health effects include cancers, birth defects and respiratory and neurological damage.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    "NaI (TI) scintillation detectors and germanium semiconductor detectors are used to measure the amount of radioactive contamination in soil, food, and water in units called Becquerels (Bq). Radioactivity is further measured in Sieverts (Sv), which is an index of the effects of radioactive levels in the air, doses of exposure, and so on. Nevertheless, from such values, it is impossible to know how the radioactive particles are distributed or where they are concentrating in our cities, lakes, forests, and in living creatures. These values do not enable us to "see" the radioactivity. Thus, radioactive contamination has to be perceived visibly, something that can be done with the cooperation of Satoshi Mori, Professor emeritus at Tokyo University. Professor Mori is using autoradiography to make radioactive contamination visible."

    Autoradiograph: radioactivity after the 3/11 quake
    April 10 2016

    I doubt that the masses will be given opportunity to see the results especially on the large scale.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Even in one's mind's eye.
    Even in the hypothetical.

  • Jebus Jebus

    While the hills in Alabama burns both ends.

    The Bern goes home to New York City…

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Media And Progressives Turn On Bernie Over Nuclear Power
    April 8 2016

    "“From a political perspective Fukushima changed everything. From a scientific perspective it changed the very little. I’d trade a climate change problem for a nuclear waste problem any day.” Nuclear plants are more environmentally friendly in many …"

    Notice how ..'climate change that over reaching term, is acceptable.
    But when in talking about nuclear, only a specific area is mentioned.
    They fail to understand the layers of danger in nuclear production, let alone understand ,(or admit to understanding), an on-going nuclear disaster.
    They can't admit that this is not an 'and/or' situation.
    It's whatever pollutant, they choose…
    Pollutant 'du jour'.. PLUS RADIATION!
    To lay causation on an abstract WEAK!

  • aaronsalmondstaff

    I believe it is now clear that the lake of fire that followers of the anti-Christ will be cast into is being created and why a new heavens and earth is justified. To those of the satanic mindset please understand. You were given the script and refused to rewrite it and formulate a society based on love and cooperation. The greatest/first were to be least among us and the least made first/great. You refused. Your sins against the commandments have been weighed and you have been found lacking. The conditions for your sentencing have been wrought by your own hands and minds. Your lust, greed, immorality, and arrogance have built you a prison cell that will be a smoldering reminder of your rebellion to love Father with all your heart, mind and strength while loving your neighbor as thy self. There is no turning back. It is done.

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      Nuclear: Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to hell.

    • Indeed, the first shall be last, where it matters.

      The last shall be first, where it matters.

      Here on Earth, some think things matter;

      status, money, power, fame..

      Guess what?

      All illusions, cannot take them with you.

      What matters comes next, and lasts FOREVER.

      The 1 percent made their bed, and lie in it.

  • jackassrig

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  • Amanda Ryan Amanda Ryan

    Hello Everyone i'm Amanda Ryan from New Orleans Louisiana,USA. I've written to say thank you to herbal healer Academy and most especially Doctor Marijah McCain who helped me in my life.I was infected with HERPES VIRUS in 2016 and became depressed,i went to many hospitals for cure but there was no solution,so I was thinking how can I get a solution out so that my body can be okay then i was given a bulletin to read by a friend of how Doctor Marijah cures all sort of sickness from his herbal medications so i contacted her on,she told me all the things I need to do and sent some medication with instructions on how to take the medication, which I followed properly and within a Month i began to feel better and soon after i was confirmed Herpes Virus free by my Medical Doctor,i promised her that i will share this testimony and i can't just repay her for healing me,so if you are you are having herpes or any kind of disease listed below or More

    and you also want cure, you can also email her via: HERBALHEALERACADEMY1@GMAIL.COM

  • Amanda Ryan Amanda Ryan

    Hello Everyone i'm Amanda Ryan from New Orleans Louisiana,USA. I've written to say thank you to herbal healer Academy and most especially Doctor Marijah McCain who helped me in my life.I was infected with HERPES VIRUS in 2016 and became depressed,i went to many hospitals for cure but there was no solution,so I was thinking how can I get a solution out so that my body can be okay then i was given a bulletin to read by a friend of how Doctor Marijah cures all sort of sickness from his herbal medications so i contacted her on,she told me all the things I need to do and sent some medication with instructions on how to take the medication, which I followed properly and within a Month i began to feel better and soon after i was confirmed Herpes Virus free by my Medical Doctor,i promised her that i will share this testimony and i can't just repay her for healing me,so if you are you are having herpes or any kind of disease listed below or More

    and you also want cure, you can also email her via: HERBALHEALERACADEMY1@GMAIL.COM

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