Nuclear Expert: We should be very worried about ongoing catastrophe at Fukushima… “Complete failure” of ice wall built to contain extremely radioactive water… Plutonium is flowing into Pacific, will for many years to come — Strontium in ocean hits record level, huge increase reported since April (VIDEO)

Published: July 20th, 2015 at 12:59 am ET


Excerpts from presentation by Arnie Gundersen, Fairewinds Chief Engineer, Jul 16, 2015 (emphasis added):

  • Are the meltdowns at Fukushima Daiichi over?… This catastrophe is not over… We should continue to be very worried.
  • 3 of the nuclear cores at Fukushima Daiichi are in direct contact with groundwater.  Nuclear power designers and engineers never anticipated that possibility.
  • Fukushima Daiichi Units No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3 were destroyed… allowing holes and cracks to form… We know for sure that the Fukushima Daiichi containments are full of holes that allow groundwater to come in direct contact with each nuclear core.
  • Groundwater is still leaking in and leaking out, at a rate of at least 300 tons per day… more than 1,500 days have passed… 23,000-tanker truckloads of radioactive water have already leaked into the Pacific Ocean. Worse yet, there is no end in sight.
  • As Fairewinds anticipated, the ‘ice wall’ is a complete failure.
  • Cesium, strontium and plutonium from Fukushima Daiichi will continue to bleed into the Pacific Ocean for decades because the groundwater flow is unmitigated.
  • Japan’s press looks on silently due to the real threat and constraints of the government’s secrecy act… The true human, financial, and environmental costs of this nuclear power catastrophe are not publicized and discussed.

TEPCO reported on July 17 that Strontium-90 concentrations in the ocean outside Fukushima Units 3 and 4 are at record highs. Levels have spiked around 1,000% in 3 months.

Sr-90 measured between Unit 3 & 4 intake channel

Sr-90 measured at Unit 4 screen

* According to TEPCO’s July 17 report, the total level of all beta ray emitters (which includes Sr-90) was 1,200 Bq/L — yet the levels reported for Sr-90 were 1,500 Bq/L.  When a similar occurrence happened last year, Asahi reported: “Strontium levels exceeded the all-beta readings in some instances, leading the utility to decide they were ‘wrong’.” TEPCO’s corrected data revealed much higher levels.

Watch Gundersen’s presentation here

Published: July 20th, 2015 at 12:59 am ET


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251 comments to Nuclear Expert: We should be very worried about ongoing catastrophe at Fukushima… “Complete failure” of ice wall built to contain extremely radioactive water… Plutonium is flowing into Pacific, will for many years to come — Strontium in ocean hits record level, huge increase reported since April (VIDEO)

  • own_quality

    How long before we see astronomical numbers spreading throughout the northern pacific? When we see every Geiger counter on the US West Coast showing levels that are 4 or 5 times "normal" background, then panic will set in. I wonder how long that will take?

    • The Fukushima Nuclear catastrophe is ongoing.

      A 1992 German risk study of a NPP core melt down on the upper Rhine river concluded that.

      1. Strontium-90 levels would skyrocket, and reach a peak levels around 5,000 days later. Strontium-90 levels would then stay high for around another 40,000 days + !

      We are already seeing reports of skyrocketing levels of Strontium being detected in the ground water tests, at the Fukushima Nuclear catastrophe site.

      2. Cesium-137 would reach peak levels after 10,000 days.

      Interestingly, Tepco has has tried to implemented the counter measures suggested in this document, at the Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe site. They have not had much success so far.

      (Note: that the charts in this document are log scale.)

      If this study is correct, these increases will continue long into the future!

      All the wars, and strife in the world at present is analogous to people fighting each other on a sinking boat. We urgently need the whole world to cooperate, and focus on mitigating the Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        From study in no. 1 above, post by Vital1.

        13.7 years for Cesium 137 to peak at 10,000 days.
        Then staying high for another 109.51 years.

        Helps put it into perspective.

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Oops. That was for Strontium 90, not Cesium 137.

          Cesium 137 peaking at 10,000 days or 27.38 years.

          • Those are all computer models.

            What if these coriums keep on fissioning and GROWING, as some posters have indicated?

            A Growing corium blob will keep on fissioning FOREVER and it will keep on getting WORSE forever.

            No one really knows what is going on or what will happen.

            Of course, they could find out for sure where these coriums are and whether or not they are GROWING in a couple of days if they really wanted to know, but everything needs to be keep TOP SECRET, covered up and hush hush, don't you know…

            Meanwhile, the rest of the story is that humanity keeps on sleeping, zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz, zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz… zzzzzzzzzzzz

            Blissfully unaware that multiple Pandora's boxes of radioactive horrors have been opened and the horrors are spewing out… non stop in ever increasing amounts.

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              All the oceans and lakes would fit into a sphere only 860 miles in diameter. Water is the life of the planet; they should be more careful about putting billions and trillions of lethal doses of radiation into it.

              When I was a young lad, my father was stationed near Ireland. I would walk home from studies through the emerald fields and would see the most beautiful girl walking alone, and after some days got the courage up to say hello. We became friends… sort of. I say sort of because she was so beautiful and mysterious and a bit sad, it was obvious that a little dolt like myself could never really KNOW her and be close friends.

              Anyway, she wore a beautiful blue-green scarf, everyday all the time. 'You sure must like that scarf', I remarked. She said yes, it was very special, and no matter what, I must not touch it! She was very adamant about it and made me promise, hope to die.

              One day I was feeling a bit impudent, and as we walked along the path, with the smell of dew moist grass, low clouds adorning the rocky mountain crest, birds and animals everywhere, I pulled her blue-green scarf off….and her head fell off and rolled at my feet, her blue eyes still looking up at me with the same melencholy. I will never forget that day.

              • from a distance from a distance

                Only 2.5% of earth's water is fresh water.

                Probably only a tiny percentage of that 2.5% is not-polluted today.

                Since water is so important to survival, you'd think water would be more respected and protected.

              • RonM RonM

                shouldn't be putting any radiation in it at all as well as no plastic waste , lead, arsenic, mercury, thousands of other chemicals, pesticides, oil spills, corexit, hormones, pharmaceuticals, fertilizers, and what ever other toxic and sickening crap that has been entering out hydro-system on an industrial scale since well the industrial revolution.

                Anyhow we are entering a great extinction period and it will be millions and millions of years before the planet recovers, and if it wasn't Fukushima it would of happened another way, Fukushima was just a really good shove towards the edge of the cliff.

                Though that stupid "HORMESIS" theory is thoroughly ridiculous perhaps at a longer time say millions of years there could evolve biological processes that would overcome radiation exposure, who knows, we sure won't 🙁

                I wonder how long the Pacific Ocean really has left and how long we as a species have left after the oceans die?

                After the majority of people perish along with the majority of large species, I have faith that the remaining clans of humans will survive until every possible edible thing is consumed this includes, insects, cannibalism, muck milkshakes and whatever else is left.

                The fresh water wars will be starting soon and then the III world war will cause massive nuclear strikes throughout the developed world and destroy most power grids then there will be many more meltdowns, and every other ugly catastrophe that goes along with it.


            • HoTaters HoTaters

              Yes, reality can be, and often is, quite different from computer models. I see no discussion here of radioactive Buckyballs either, which are now known to exist and likely be coming over from Fukushima.

              There is a more precise term for the Buckyballs but I can't remember right now w/o pulling up the DOE study.

        • We Not They Finally

          bucky balls in Fukeshima spell the coming of massive radiation pollution all over the world.There is nothing we can do.As the cores from fukeshima bathe in the pacific ocean the very light radioactive product comes to the west coast and is sucked up into the atmosphere where it travels all over the world.

      • J.

        "We urgently need the whole world to cooperate, and focus on mitigating the Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe."

        Sadly, Japan itself cannot get its priorities straight. A current controversy is a projected 25 billion yen to build an Olympic stadium. This has aroused much controversy — but with no discussion of the fact that this taxpayer money should be used to help divert groundwater away from Fukushima, whatever that costs.

      • nedlifromvermont

        and yet Arnie says nuclear power engineers never anticipated such a catastrophe …

        from largely 'unnecessary' nuclear power reactors …

        used to generate electricity …

        which is largely wasted …

        which leaves behind plutonium and the beta emitters …

        which can never be contained …

        once released upon an unwitting biosphere …

        Thank you for the poison … General Electric … Monsters … Boiling Water Reactor Turd Machine of the Millennium …

        peace all … Karlsruhe

    • Fukushima Day 1,592. Long long long way to go.

      Please Get the Rad Word Out, People! (Especially if you have children or eat food 😉

      Fukushima Business Cards 4 U! And everyone else, too!

      Nifty double-sided cards. Easy to, pass out and leave randomly about. Distribute liberally. Post to all social media.

      For those still in Doubt, have a watch:
      Fukushima Killing Pacific Ocean WAKE UP !!!

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Greetings, Chemfood. Am just finally getting around to printing the cards you posted. Thanks for your effort.

          Am figuring out how to put the paper or card stock into the printer correctly. Want to make sure it's formatted correctly. Looks like you already took care of that. Correct?

          Once this is done, will the cards print on both sides of the paper and line up correctly?

          Just curious. Trying not to waste paper and esp. colored ink.

          Your input appreciated. Getting ready to print the first ones.

          • HoTaters HoTaters

            You did a great job on these, Chemfood. The card margins line up almost exactly when printed.

            You're right, they are easy to print.

          • Hey hey, HoTaters! Long time no see!

            Cards were originally created in Publisher then turned into pdf, so they ended up pretty keen. Some might need to adjust their personal printer settings for two sided printing. Also all, download with a trusted program, like Adobe Reader. No need to use any downloader on Media fire.

            Thanks for getting around to it!
            46,487 downloads over the past year.

            I keep thinking I'm gonna run into one myself. But no luck yet. Still, it's the heigth of Farmers Market season through October or so. Great places to scatter cards without neccessarily exposing ones self.

            A long healthy life to all of you and yours and to all at ENENEWS here.
            All tireless comments of this dire situation now year after year… Cheers!

            For those new to Fukushima, more than enough radiation remediation remedies to add some years if one has children or is of the mind….

  • Own quality. When the property values tank then the S will hit the fan

  • Cdog Cdog

    We already see fluctuating numbers in the 200+ cpm while pre 3/11 it was 15 to 30cpm. 15 was the norm with about 1/2 being gamma and neutron rads from the sun and the other 1/2 being beta and alpha. I suspect the average cpm pre 1945 was 7cpm with 99% being from the sun and no beta and alpha. Pre 1945 cancer was at about 5%. pre 3/11 one in 4. Now it's one in 2. Every relative I have north of Calgary is sick and dying. My mother refused to listen and consumes dairy for the calcium and now has a heart murmur. My super heathy athletic friend was hospitalized for pancreas pain after eating seafood and then his symptoms suddenly went away three days later. Regardless of numbers and symptoms people are gullible enough and uneducated enough about rads and the corresponding effects to continue to believe everything can cause cancer despite evolutionary defense. And finally even if people could face the cause and effect locale and national media is owned by the devils perpetuating this genocide.

    • There are great alternatives to milk

      Try almond milk

      Try coconut milk

      They are both delicious and have much less of the bio concentration of radiation, plus no GMO's… no hormones, no drug residues and whatever else is in milk these days.

  • melting mermaid melting mermaid
    That's awesome, now do you think these geniuses could find a way to stop plutonium from gushing out of Fukushima. If they're not busy and don't have anything better to do. I'd be really grateful. My genomes hurt.

    • we can fly by Pluto and send incredible pictures back to earth, we can design and deploy Jade Helm an AI military freak show, and we can make land in oceans for new cities, but… we have no ability to control nuclear catastrophes. The genie should never have been let out of the bottle.

      • dan dan

        I'm still pissed I didn't sneak aboard the Pluto express when I had the chance. Armed with a shovel and a party balloon of air, I probably could have dug a very nice cave and lived a long and prosperous life as a Plutite. As it is, my life on Earth is looking a little more shall we say….fleeting.

        Not that I've given up hope….not consciously anyway.
        Although while playing cricket today, someone sent down a scorching bouncer that caught me right in the ba….erm lap.
        Truth was, I didn't even swing at it.
        I mean, that's a long way from the bowlers hand, down the pitch to the wicket….how was I to know I'd still be alive and kicking when it arrived?

    • Plutonium; like a bipolar person, swinging from one wild extreme to the other.. crazy as a mad hatter and toxic too.

  • HoTaters HoTaters

    Articles like this make me hope we're all right with our Maker. We are all, after all, mortal. Mortality stares back at us.

    Things aren't looking that great here on earth.

  • yohananw

    You can't hide fallout. see Robert Jacobs, "The Bravo Test and the Death and Life of the Global Ecosystem in the Early Anthropocene", The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol. 13, Issue 29, No. 1, July 20, 2015.

    The poisoning began earlier. Fukushima is another inevitable catastrophe of nuclear weapons and "atoms for peace".

    • nedlifromvermont

      in re: "Atoms for Peace"; a historical tidbit:

      in Robert Jungk's 1978 book, "The Nuclear State", Munich, 1978, Kindler Verlag, first published in Great Britain in 1979, by John Calder (same as my mother's brother), translated by Eric Mosbacher, on page 95, Professor Jungk reveals that details about the military suitability of commercial reactor plutonium for use in atomic weapons, had been understood by Robert Oppenheimer and Leslie Groves already at the end of the war:

      "that impure plutonium would be sufficient for simple but highly effective atomic bombs. If this piece of information, which was kept secret, had been brought to President Eisenhower's notice in 1953, his decision to proceed with the 'Atoms for Peace' programme with all its dangerous consequences might never have been made."

      Clearly we were sold out by the physicists who hadn't learned about biology.

      This revelation was made by Albert Wohlstetter, famous nuclear professor at U of Chicago, at the September 5, 1977, public inquiry into construction of a new reprocessing plant at Windscale in Cumbria.

      And so the pieces of deception perpetrated by our uranium monger monster co-habitants begin to fall into place; like the pieces in the Bill Cosby fake-moralist story; and the molestation of an innocent biosphere by weapons scientists-on-ego-steroids becomes undeniable;

      MIT nuclear department, Lawrence Livermore pedophiles, Los Alamos deceivers: May you rot in hell.


  • DeadAhead

    Earth: Substantial and obvious world-wide weather and geophysical changes. Earth’s Axis has changed. On Earth, the overall volcanic activity increased 500 percent from 1875 to 1975, while the earthquake activity has increased by 400 percent since 1973.

    Dr. Dmitriev says that comparing the years 1963 to 1993, the overall number of natural disasters — hurricanes, typhoons, mud slides, tidal waves, etc. — has increased by 410 percent.

    The Earth’s magnetic field has been decreasing. This decrease actually began 2000 years ago, but the rate of decrease suddenly became much more rapid 500 years ago. Now, in the last 20 years or so, the magnetic field has become erratic. And don't forget those under water volcanoes heating our oceans. But yet a pending ice age is coming by the action of the sun is starting. go figure

    • razzz razzz

      If the sun goes completely quiet then earth's poles flip, in that scenario will earth's inhabitants suffer less effects of solar radiation?

      That entails earth's magnetic fields weaken during a pole flip maybe even goes completely away which is a loss of protection from being bombarded by the sun's typical solar rays output. But while the sun is not as active, could be a good time for earth's pole flip to occur.

      In the meantime if a mini ice age reoccurs, you might want to park near a volcano for the duration.

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingTruth

        Sunspot number: 46
        What is the sunspot number?
        Updated 19 Jul 2015

        Spotless Days
        Current Stretch: 0 days
        2015 total: 0 days (0%)
        2014 total: 1 day (<1%)
        2013 total: 0 days (0%)
        2012 total: 0 days (0%)
        2011 total: 2 days (<1%)
        2010 total: 51 days (14%)
        2009 total: 260 days (71%)
        Updated 19 Jul 2015

        CERN is causing fluctuations of the geomagnetic field. If there is a mini ice age it will be caused by nuclear winter. The experiment with nuclear technology is destroying life and the planet.

        • Looks like the sun is pissed.

          Hey, PT; can you explain this, "melting of the Van Allen belts", to me? I really don't get it, at all. Some friends were talking about how NASA has (somehow?) melted the Van Allen belts, and I was…,huh? I don't understand.
          So, if you, or anyone else, could elaborate, I'd appreciate it.

          • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingTruth

            Nuclear radiation creates new Van Allen belts. For example, all the high altitude nuclear testing created new Van Allen belts.

            It is very difficult to send space ships into space, witness all the failures since Fukushima Daiichi where launching space ships have exploded due to fried electronics.

            CERN may be trying to manipulate the Van Allen belts.

            In my opinion, we need to preserve the earth and space travel is very much a lower priority to preserving our natural resources being systematically destroyed by nuclear technology, fossil fuels, pesticides, herbicides, dioxins, Bisphenol-A, flouride, etc.

          • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingTruth

            6/22/2015 — NASA 'accidentally' DRAINS the Van Allen Belts — STS-75 'Tether Incident'
            Published on Jun 22, 2015
            “It appears that NASA actually DRAINED one of the protective Van Allen Radiation belts surrounding Earth.

            “This experiment was done, and was successful. No doubt, this could easily cause ‘climate change’, since the Van Allen Belts protect us from solar radiation , high electron voltage.

            “During the experiment, after deploying the tether in space, they say the tether "broke" and floated away into Earth's orbit.

            “They were never able to retrieve the floating tether, which worked exactly as expected, and became a glowing bright object in space for several weeks (3 months).

            “They do not say whether the Tether fell back to Earth, however the height of the experiment leans towards the fact that the tether is still up in space , along with the satellite carrying it.

            “The projected timeframe for REMOVING the inner van allen belt was 2 months time. This all occurred in 1996, and for sure was up THREE months…. thus we can begin to see that the same time we started seeing major "climate change" is the same time they removed one of the Van Allen belts.

            “If you remove a protective layer of the upper ionosphere , which shields us from the Sun, then you should expect the Sun to have a greater impact on the Earth below once the shield is gone.

            “That is exactly what happened. Global spikes in Temperatures, Earthquakes, and Volcanic eruptions…

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingTruth

        Double Solar Eruptions/Quake Watch
        Published on Jul 19, 2015
        “CORONAL MASS EJECTION, INCOMING? A magnetic filament snaking across the sun's southern hemisphere exploded on July 19th (0700 UT), hurling part of itself into space. Soon thereafter, the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory recorded a bright coronal mass ejection (CME) flying away from the sun: Monday I will have a report on a little known comet that is inbound,
        “Although the CME appears to engulf Mercury, it does not. The innermost planet is passing behind the sun millions of miles away from the CME's path.
        "Earth, however, could be in the line of fire. Computer models suggest that the CME could deliver a glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field during the early hours of July 23rd. Polar geomagnetic storms and auroras are possible when the CME arrives.”

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingTruth

        Climate Change – Oceans; their role in climate control; problems caused by human activites
        “…The key word here is energy – oceans hold 1000 times as much thermal energy as the atmosphere does. The atmosphere and the oceans continuously exchange heat energy and many of the weather events, some extreme, happen as a result of this interaction. Oceans have vast thermal capacity and changes to ocean parameters like surface water temperature, sea levels etc happen on a slow time scale. The climate changes slowly while the weather (largely determined by the atmosphere) can change abruptly in a very short time. Oceans play a crucial, I would say a controlling, role in determining climate change. Oceans also have a series of positive feedback loops that can magnify small changes to create run-away climate conditions. Oceans are vast but the stability of our oceans depends on delicately balanced parameters. Human activities are adversely affecting these parameters with serious implication for the global climate and the well being of our civilization….”

    • DeadAhead:
      Does this mean the earth will spin faster and, possibly, out of control? I mean, doesn't gravity keep it stable? Do I understand anything about this?
      (I seriously don't know.)

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Geongineering Expose in Redding California, August 15, 2015. Attendance limited to 1,000 people. Please attend if you can.

      John B. Wells from Coast to Coast Radio is coordinating/sponsoring the event. Dane Wiggington from Geoengineering Watch will be the final keynote speaker.

      See Geoengineering website for details.

      Am hoping the speakers and presenters can put all these earth changes into some cohesive context so we may better understand the big picture.

      Went for a walk last night. Came home with my throat burning and chest constriction. There was something in the air that caused reactive airway problems. Noted AnneBeck and WNTF are reporting the air feels "strange." Ditto here in Sacramento, CA, on some days.

      Had to use my asthma rescue inhaler for the first time in two years. Normally only have to use it when I'm exposed to specific allergens.

      The air is changing. Feels like something is replacing the normal levels of oxygen. This is anecdotal only. If it continues, I'm going to begin air sampling.

    • Ice age? Are you kidding?

      Glaciers melting all over the planet, both poles losing ice depth and coverage.

      2015 – Glaciers Receding Globally, 150 Cubic Miles of Ice Being Lost Each Year, 4.3 Trillion Tons Of Ice Melted In Just Last 8 Years

      Disinformation all over the place.. trying to confuse people maybe?

      What they have in common is that they all claim that more CO2 and nuclear radiation is good for you, a la hormesis theory, just like the tobacco industry did for 60 years.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Greetings Doc. The Maunder Minimum being discussed as a possibility would be result of solar activity, or a lack of solar activity. That might cause a mini ice age.

        It appears to be cyclical, but at this point its study is an inexact science. We just don't have enough data and historical evidence collected yet to make accurate predictions about the solar minimum/maximum cycles.

        ***If someone knows more about the historical solar cycles, please post.***

        The global warming related to the activities of man or whatever is causing climate change and melting of the ice caps likely has many causes.

        Just think personally it's not our automobiles and cows burping that are the chief problems. Altough collectively combustion engines do a lot of polluting.

        But melting polar ice caps and release of all that methane into the atmosphere can't be healthy. Fracing and many other activities the culprits. Some say HAARP and deliberate shifting of the jet stream the chief culprits. Dane Wiggington has interesting things to say about this.

        Plus we're still seeing the effects of CFC's on the ozone, and will for some time.

        Then there's all the tinkering they're doing trying to "terraform" the planet through geoengineering, introducing GMO's. So many things they're doing, and it seems no one is looking at the big picture of how synchronicity might work with all the tampering with natural earth systems.

        Nuclear has heavily impacted the weather/climate too.

        • Disinformation consists of throwing up a cloud of 'possible' other reasons for global warming, while claiming that the actual cause is good for you, much like the tobacco industry did. This is the pattern for all climate denial, hormesis promoting organizations and individuals.

          The same pattern and playbook is used by hormesis believers in the tobacco, nuclear and carbon industries.

          Confuse the heck out of people, throw everything into doubt and keep on making a profit from really toxic stuff like carbon fuels, tobacco, and nuclear.

          Obviously, there are many things to consider… but when 99% of all scientists are saying CO2 is the MAIN cause of global warming and that methane caltrates are melting on top of that, why spend most of the time blaming everything else?

          The sun is cooling off and we should be entering an ice age, but we are not. Instead, the globe is heating up. The reason for this is pretty darn clear for anyone looking at the hundreds of charts, graphs and tables that scientists all around the world are producing based on actual data, not computer models.

          Of course, we can accelerate further and faster into disaster by burning MORE carbon fuels, burning MORE nuclear and chemtrailing more… as the climate denialist organizations all propose..

          Full speed ahead….

          • Doc there is a long lag time between the start of sun cooling off, and the resulting cooling of the planet, there is a huge thermal mass here.

            Lets place a wager 1000 bananas payable in 5 years when either the cooling or warming trend is confirmed.

          • razzz razzz

            Dr. Goodheart: Is in direct contact with his guru and Nobel Prize winner 'The ice caps will be gone by now" Al Gore. The carbon tax agenda goes nowhere without global warming (except in California where gas is now double in price compared to States elsewhere). 'Climate Change' can not be associated with global cooling, only global warming. It's a one way street.

            Global warming is more of a mental illness with no cure.

            The least manipulated data is satellite data. Even with recent history (sunspot counting), a warming/cooling cycle has been identified but of course the earth is over 4 1/2 billion years old resulting in missing data. Over the long haul, the fear is always of cooling via meteorite strike or volcanic eruption leading to a blanket of dust blotting out the sun for decades.

            The heating of the planet would lead to more moisture in the atmosphere and an automatic balancing act with moisture returning as rain and snow.

            There must be better things to worry about than how to tax people.

          • We Not They Finally

            "when 99% of all scientists are saying CO2 is the MAIN cause of global warming…. why spend time blaming everything [anything] else"?

            Yes, there is global warming, but the general overlooking of methane, hydrogen sulfide, and INNUMERABLE contaminants spewed into the atmosphere, plus radiation effects, and really REALLY important stuff like HAAARP which RIPS HOLES IN THE IONOSPHERE….

            And look: A main supplier of OXYGEN for the planet is plankton, which FEEDS on CO2 and absorbs it in huge quantities. But now it's getting killed off by radiation. Which nearly NONE of thost "99% of scientists" have been bemoaning.

            Those "99% of scientists" are going lockstep with their funders and cultural trends. It's a herd mentality. They have to know that it's hardly PURE CO2 in the whole large territory of pollutants.

            "Why look anywhere else?" How many reasons are you looking for? When scientists just look at one corner of the picture, that is all they will see.

          • DUDe DisasterInterpretationDissorder


            Another month, another global heat record broken _ by far
            Jul. 20, 2015 2:00pm

            WASHINGTON (AP) — Earth dialed the heat up last month, smashing warm temperature records for both the month and the first half of the year.

            The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration calculated that world's average temperature in June hit 61.48 degrees Fahrenheit (16.33 Celsius), breaking the old record set last year by 0.22 degrees (.12 degrees Celsius).

            NOAA climate scientist Jessica Blunden said usually temperature records are broken by one or two one-hundredths of a degree, not nearly a quarter of a degree. Records go back 136 years.

            The first six months of 2015 were one-sixth of a degree warmer than the old record, set in 2010, averaging 57.83 degrees (14.35 Celsius).

            Blunden said "there is almost no way that 2015 isn't going to be the warmest on record.

          • HoTaters HoTaters

            Dr. G., they were saying back in the 1960's this Maunder Minimum thing would happen. I remember reading about it in school. Hasn't happened yet.

            Just contemplating what it would be like IF it happened.

            What do you think of the assertion by people studying the effects of geoengineering, that there are massive methane releases happening?

            I'm not trying to downplay global warming/climate change, nor deny it is happening. I just suspect the causes are more complex than most of us probably realize.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      DeadAhead, wondering what will happen if we actually reach the Maunder Minimum predicted by some scientists, predicted to occur sometime around the year 2,030.

      The nuke experts had better figure out what to do with all those active nuke plants and waste before then. If not, it's doubtful societal and economic conditions will make it possible to maintain the plants and manage all the waste.

      Another daunting issue to deal with. As if the possibility of a Carrington event weren't enough, plus all the things you mention in your post, like fluctuations in the magnetic field, etc.

      First the disclaimer:

      Then what some experts think may be coming:

      Before It's News also discusses this phenomenon.

      NASA's explanation:

  • penny pt

    More news from Chernobyl:

    For those who don't follow links, new fires broke out in late June. Authorities are now claiming that everything is under control, and we can all go back to sleep.

    • Ashes ashes all fall down now.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      According to what I've read about the TPP (Trans Pacific Partnership) and the other trade agreements (which are actually much more than that), the people will be again subject to justice under Admiralty Courts. The corporations will have much greater legal rights than individual persons.

      Need to understand what "redeeming the straw man" has to do with all of this. Don't have a good overview of this yet.

      But yes, we are returning to a state of being mere chattel. See Clinton's Executive Orders for more info.

      Welcome to neo-feudalism.

      Had a strange thought the other day. Do our "masters" think they can decimate the population, then replace the producers, i.e., workers with genetically engineered, compliant human beings, now being created as clones and by genetic engineering? Might they also be thinking they can become transhuman, and be served by machines, eliminating the rest of us?

      It certainly appears humanity and all life on earth is being assaulted on all fronts.

  • DeadAhead could be beginning of deflationary cycle until news of no more pacific seafood availible.

  • carolann28752 carolann28752

    Ho Taters, +1 for the video No Hope, no peace!

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Water will not freeze under two conditions:
    1. Fast-moving water will not freeze.
    2. Warm water will not freeze.
    There are 3 nuclear cores in the ground under the plant ruins, which heat the fast-flowing underground river.
    Failure was a foregone conclusion.
    Still think those missing cores are above ground level, still inside their containment vessels, Tepco? 😉

    Japan will delay a little longer, try some different things, then give up on the Frozen Wall.
    Tepco will begin work once again on the half-finished underground Impermeable Wall Enclosure for Units1-4.
    Interlocking sheet steel pilings, filled with concrete, 100' deep.
    They will begin beside Reactor 1, complete the uphill run behind the ruins of Units1-4, and finish up by enclosing the rectangle beside Unit4 at the harbor.
    The level of groundwater within the Impermeable Wall Enclosure will be adjusted by pumps within the Enclosure.
    The heat of the enclosed, unmoving remaining groundwater can be controlled, if necessary, with the installation of a heat sink, probably carrying excess heat into the Ocean.

    • TEPCO seemed to have made the correct decision to stop messing with the ice wall idea last year and shocking to see several months later they had actually continued to play with that wasteful endeavor…. and now, how many millions spent on a doomed concept? Heads should roll … again and again and …

      • Obvious; it was obvious, to me (and most of us who've paid attention) that there was no way for any ice-wall to work. I mean; obvious, much?

        Yet you're right. They continued messing with that stupid thing. Who ever DID think anything would FREEZE right next to three (or even one) full-core meltdowns? Oh, right; "nuclear scientists".

        And now we know, this is what happens when students are taught, "to the test". Teaching by rote does not train people HOW to think. It merely tells them what to remember. That does not create inventors or deep thinkers, for sure (obvious.)

        • I understand from a Japanese tweeter that the good Prof Koide was one to present the ice wall idea, but then he soon retracted and then criticized TEPCO mgt for going forward with it anyway, under another, lesser, "scientist's" plan.

          When I chose my "name" for this second round as a contributor here, it was obvious that this name, obvious, was entirely appropriate for dialog here. And, I think I see an increase in it's usage… lol… sorry to say with humor.

    • And, Philip, I don't think Japan will completely abandon that ice-wall until they have something else to play with. Seriously; they want to keep their little worker-bees busy. Otherwise, they might have to send, "actual engineers", to the site to figure out anything else.
      Ain't gonna happen.
      There aren't enough engineers in the world to manage this one. Surely, there are not enough in Japan! Wondering if the average Japanese brain is melting, too. (Am thinking my noggin is being effected badly.)

      • We Not They Finally

        Doubt that Japan will do ANYTHING constructive. Ice wall, impermeable wall, engineers tromping through the reactors, ANYTHING. Where is the assessment that workers would even LIVE through these laborious projects while being nuked?

    • AirSepTech AirSepTech

      Ice Walls work, if you know what you are doing. I would like to think a contractor is doing this, but who knows, maybe Tepco is feeling froggy. If that's the case, well, the rest of the place speaks volumes. Good luck to them, and the brine loop lunacy. It may even work, given enough time.

      I would have taken the cryogenic route, because it works, and I have done it. Absolutely no question in my mind, at -320f, wet earth freezes. If they wanted an Icewall, they could have had one in a few short months, no problem.

      Mind candy:

    • We Not They Finally

      "Tepco will begin work once again on the half-finished underground Impermeable Wall Enclosure for Units 1-4."

      No, they won't. OF COURSE they won't. But if you need confirmation, The Wishing Well is that-a-way. Good luck.

  • lukeskywalker lukeskywalker

    The unfortunate conclusion is that the planet is dying right
    before our eyes. If you can even accept this as a possibility then
    you're one of the courageous ones…. most don't even want to talk
    about it.

  • WindorSolarPlease

    It will take a miracle for a fix. Hope they are also working on something that will remove or stabilize this radiation in our bodies.
    I hope they never give up really trying, don't want just a show.

    This could happen to anywhere that has Nuclear Power. Since it looks like this world won't end Nuclear Power, then we need a fix when things go the wrong way.

    The best solution is to End Nuclear Power. It's too bad anyone would want this type of destruction at their finger tips.

    • We Not They Finally

      It seems that NO ONE is doing any protective work large scale. In fact, Obama just apparently authorized $4B to go to TEPCO[!!!!] to build two new NPP's in Texas. Criminals and puppets are running the show. Meanwhile the public health crises will escalate and it will be blamed on anything-but.

      People need to seek out holistic remedies on their own. Big time help is not on the way.

      • danger kitty danger kitty

        We Not They Finally, I have been unable to find an email Addy for Dane on his website. Do you have it? Or perhaps yours as a conduit?
        I found something useful I want to pass along. Sure he'll like it, want to know it before his presentation.

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Danger Kitty, write to me. You have my e-mail addy. I think I have his e-mail addy. He may not be publishing it online anymore, because he's getting a lot more notoriety and hits on his site, lately.

          If you lost the addy, I'll post it again. Like my name here ….

  • rogerthat

    SUNDAY, JULY 19, 2015

    Are the TEPCO cams live today?

    First, I am not sure what to make of this link and am interested in feedback:

    Second, strange cam imagery today making me wonder whether TEPCO cams 1 and 4 are live. The TBS/JNN cam view was obscured with no corresponding change in the TEPCO cams.

    Perhaps it rained between the Daiichi site and the TBS/JNN cam location?

    Here is a link to screenshots:

    July 19 23:58

    One hour later July 20 00:54

    View was almost fully obscured with no corresponding change in the TEPCO cam views?

    Perhaps there was rain between Daiichi and the TBS/JNN cam, which is located at least 10 or so miles from the Daiichi site? Or perhaps the TEPCO cams aren't live? I don't know.

    • jec jec

      @rogerthat, as webcam watchers suspect, re-runs are a real possibility. We do know there are filters..and all the photo-effects of movieland possible on these videos. Its the sudden events we capture,on live footage, which ENENEWS documents as best we can as watchers. We also know the spikes in activity seem to match increases in radiation dosimeter ocean and air.

      • JEC & RogerThat:
        I have believed Tepco's, "live cams", have been reruns since they were first put up. I think they filmed for a month or two and then started the reruns. It all looks the same to me.
        Who knows what's real and what's "Memorex"?

        • AirSepTech AirSepTech



          Watching the Tepco cams is like being Howard Hughes watching your fingernails grow. Doesn't look like much happens in 15 minutes, but it does change, takes a little time.

          Tepco cams show a very small piece of the big picture.

          The TBS/JNN cam has backed up the Tepco cams every time they are both viewable, at least when I have seen some action.

          They will spend more money and time fixing the mess than they spent making it, or collecting $$ for kilowatts.

          Loser Technology.

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Nuckelchen has watched closely for years. He probably has a very good idea what's real and what's Memorex, AnneBeck.

      • chemfood; Arnie was going on about how this was, "fixable, as long as Japan starts by understanding there is a problem". I understand what he means about burning radioactive waste, sending it up into the sky, which then deposits not only all over Japan, but all over the world. "Recreating Fukushima", again and again, has turned this into a problem that is not fixable, at any level, as I see it.
        I wonder if Arnie now thinks there is a way to handle or fix this? (Sure, he thinks diverting water away would work, but, would it?)

        I don't know what's left for us to do. Is talking with others enough? Truly, I have no answers, today.

      • Problem on that site though, it's last archived Tepco cam time lapse segment was 5 months ago.
        And Fukuhima Daiichi (twitter feed profile name, Fukushima Keeper) simply stopped 6 or so days ago….person gone. Twitter acct removed. Hope he/she didn't get silenced by the goon squad. The blackout is getting dangerously worse.

    • Yes they're live and fine. I think Majia missed Nucklechen's angry but very witty rant a few nights ago when he came into the thread frustrated, and straightened out the misconceptions about TBS cam location, ownership, etc with links to maps and descriptions, detailed stuff. 🙂

      • That's regarding the re-runs speculation. Nope. If they were, Tepco is stupider than I thought to be showing new fancier fresh cranes working, the 2 old dead ones still out on the harbor enclosure that stick up like a V shape in the distance. Not to mention all the increased sometimes late or night time spraying and dumping of borates following a change on site for the worse.

        Effects of all storms, typhoons and other weather conditions match current situations via sat pictures, reports, etc.

        Plus the double view Futabagun live cam matches with traffic to and from hauling supplies, shift schedules, officials parked at the hwy 6 T with the barrier to the exclusion zone to view or take pics of Daiichi in the distance. (Which continues it's daily levels of visibility fluctuations also. As do the trees losing more branches, weeds growing, pavement disinegrating, mud puddles happening or drying, rai or goo stuck on Futa's cam matching current seasonal and coastal weather reports.

        Once a month moon transits match when it's position is in view on various cam screens. Intense radioactive atmospheric conditions are increasing with signature isotope colors visibly apparent with each new event.

        I could go on and on…I usually have a dozen or so of various cams' snips for each day, much more if a new color interaction or startling event is happening. Do I get them all uploaded to link. Hellno. I'm presently 2 days behind picking which ones to do. 🙂

    • from a distance from a distance

      The question is asked above:


      "I am not sure what to make of this link and am interested in feedback: "

      My opinion is that eagerlabassistants is doing a really good job and providing a public service by offering their radiation-testing results.

      (I think Enenewser "probie" is associated with eagerlabassistants, and he is always willing to answer questions, plus eagerlabassistants has a very open disclaimer.)

      Their results are REALLY interesting, such as

      * Cesium137 found in certain Guatemala and Costa Rica fruits
      * fairly high amounts of Cesium137 found in certain coconuts oils in countries where you wouldn't expect to see Cesium137
      * walnuts and pumpkin seeds from the U.S. having the highest Cesium137 levels in nut-comparisons

      and much more…

      …so for people going out of their way to buy imported fruit, and people relying on Coconut Oil, etc., this is a good educational/ comparative tool.

      The Cesium137 could be from atomic tests or Chernobyl/Fukushima, or nuclear power plants…either way, you probably want to limit your intake.

      eagerlabassistants also did this soil sample report:

  • WindorSolarPlease

    I do believe this world will be like a drunken sailor reeling to and fo like a hammock. They already know this world has shifted, it's not going to stop doing this.

    World reeling off to and fo, a large world earth quake and Nuclear Power, doesn't mix.

    This world and all that's above is not stable, and we have Nuclear Plants, makes no sense.

  • We Not They Finally

    At least Arnie Gundersen has seemed to come through. Felt from the start that he was just a very cautious man and wanted to feel he was going with the science of it. But by now, he obviously knows how very bad it is.

  • General User General User

    @luke conclusion is that the planet is dying right before our eyes.
    So very true, The signs are everywhere. Most do refuse to See.

    In order to proceed with even a small glimmer of hope, a number of the ENEgroup have proposed what would seem over-the-top solutions.
    Such as 'closed ecosystem green house' for one example.

    I must say I support the idea of greatly reduced radionuclide in my veggies, Seems the Japanese government is already working on this!, read more!
    Peace All

    • Mmm.
      Yes, they are and have been for at least three years, growing vegetables in greenhouses, in Japan. Problem? The one you're talking about is smack-dab in the center of what SHOULD BE an, "exclusion zone". And, what are they watering the vegies with? Oh, cesium-water, strontium-water, tritiated-water (as that is impossible to change for the better), plutonium-water, and on and on.. In face, name ANY isotope coming out of Fukushima (however many meltdowns) and it is going into the soil or into the water in which the plants grow (and thrive, it seems.)

      Perhaps this is why so many plants from the area are mutated? Many are HUGE; ten or more times normal size.

  • Let's look at those numbers, again.
    Four and a half years: 1642.5 days
    Gallons of water, per day: 300,000 (plus or minus 100.000 gallons..?)
    Equals how many gallons of radioactive water into the Pacific?

    Fish hardly have to swim from Japan to US shores, or from Hawaii to Alaska, or from Russia to Mexico, to be hit by these nuclides. Add to this: radionuclides carried by air/wind over us, dropping down via rain or snow, and it is NO SURPRISE fish are dead, sea mammals are distressed and dying, birds are dropping out of the sky!

    This is a half BILLION gallons of water, though; how many decays (and let's choose 90Strontium..) are flowing, unabated, into the Pacific? ten-MILLION bq/decays times a half-BILLION gallons? That's fifty QUADRILLION (at LEAST) DECAYS!
    Yet, the nuke-pukes and their asininely ridiculous minion are STILL flitting about, online, saying it's hurting NOBODY! Holy hell!

  • rogerthat

    OPINION: Don't weaken radioactive waste rules. Any rule changes should be more protective, not less

    Friday, July 17, 2015
    by Diane D'Arrigo
    Radioactive Waste Project Director
    Nuclear Information and Resource Service

    Nuclear power generates more than 95% of the radioactivity buried at commercial radioactive waste dumps in the U.S. Some of that waste stays dangerous for literally millions of years.

    All of the six "first generation" "low-level" radioactive waste dumps that opened in the 1960s have leaked; some are still leaking. Operating dumps currently are open in UT, TX, SC and WA. In addition, a lot of nuclear waste is processed in Tennessee and then sent on to those states.

    The NRC is proposing a rule change that would apply to these operating sites as well as any new dumps.

    These weakened rules would let the public be exposed to a lot more radioactivity than is currently allowed by adopting the "updated" radiation regimen called EDE (Effective Dose Equivalent (EDE) allows more radioactivity per millirem for many radionuclides; we opposed this when NCR adopted it in other parts of its regulations and oppose incorporating it here for the same reasons).

    Allowable doses to the public would be raised from the existing 25 millirems a year to 25, 100, 500 or more millirems EDE per year.

    Of course, the NRC continues to ignore resarch that shows radiation causes …

    • Rogerthat;
      I am so angry that the Andrews dump has not only been allowed to keep functioning (out in West-Texas), but even without written permissions, or I presume, votes by the people, are now dumping highly radioactive waste into their saltmines. I knew that anything the WIPP could no longer take in would come down the road to Texas, but, we Texans were also promised that the worst stuff (out of reactors, for example) would never be approved. Well, Perry was what was standing in the way of this. So, Perry had to be played for the fool he is.
      Now we have a new governor. And with this new governor has come filthy radioactive waste. And, with this has come a HUGE amount of radionuclides, in our groundwater, and in our soil. The beautiful Hill Country is being contaminated, repeatedly, daily, and there is nothing we citizens can do about it. It was all done on the sly; secretively.

  • rogerthat

    Of course, the NRC continues to ignore resarch that shows radiation causes even more cancer and cancer deaths in women and children than men and threatens the reproductive phase of our life-cycle.

    The proposed rule is now up for public comment. Tell the NRC that its proposal is unacceptable; if there are to be any changes to radioactive waste rules, it should be to make them more protective of human health and the environment, not less so. Send your comments here.

    Under the proposal, dump operators could accept and bury just about any kind of nuclear waste that they want simply by doing a computer-model "performance assessment" and then claiming it's safe. The same entities that would profit by expanding their waste streams would do their own calculations to claim they can be safely managed for millions of years!

    The NRC’s proposed rules would open the door for large amounts of atomic waste like depleted uranium, waste from reprocessing, and other "unique" waste streams to be buried in shallow pits, ditches, trenches for 1000 years and more.

    NRC also wants to prevent states from setting their own stricter standards, even though states usually end up with the liability from nuclear waste sites.

    And once again the NRC is attempting to deregulate nuclear waste, this time by "exempting" it from regulatory control–despite public outcries against that concept for decades. …

  • curly

    you can fill my mattress and pillow case with radioactive waste and i'll drink run off water from fuku just as long as i can still drive my car and go shopping.

  • from a distance from a distance

    Keep in mind what Dr. Busby said about Strontium90:

    "We think that Strontium90 is probably the main cause of the global cancer epidemic which began in 1978 or 1979." (from atomic fallout)

    This new infusion from Fukushima of Strontium90 into the environment can wreak havoc on humans and sea-life, once again.

  • Jack Jack

    Ice wall. Yeah, right. Stick to making cute toys.

  • So far, it looks like it is getting warmer globally.

    Global Mean Temperature Is Rising Overall, There Has Been A Persistent Global Warming Trend Every Decade Since Industrial Age Began

    A local weather anomoly is not proof of global cooling.

  • demise demise

    Anybody asking this question is completely clueless.
    "Are the meltdowns at Fukushima Daiichi over?… "

    They don't realize that this meltdown will never stop and is unfixable. It will remain so for the next 20,000+ years well after the extinction of the human race.

    The Pacific Ocean is already well into an extinction event, but if the truth were known the current fragile civilization that we have would start to disintegrate so the mass media and government are in the "don't see, don't hear, don't smell, know nothing" mode.

  • from a distance from a distance

    He's baaa-aaack.

    Anti-nuclear activist Kevin Blanch says –>

    “I got chased out of Geneva. I want people to very much understand; the French nuclear crime syndicate runs the World Health Organization…they are EVIL there…Toshiba is right there. Oh, they protect those nuclear rats!”

    @3:00 Kevin Blanch

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Must be dropping dead like flies..poor people! Look what Nuclear has done! 🙁

  • Nick

    Ionization maybe going global.

    Last week I saw dry lightning in a mostly blue sky, rain came ~20 min later. I think I felt the air concussion.

    Keep tabs on daily lightning strikes.

    If the sun feels hotter than you recall, it maybe due to a thinner ozone layer, also a possible ionization casualty.

    TF2 has been flooding our biosphere with ions, wayward electrons seeking capture by other atoms, etc.

    Sure, the biological implications are awful, but it is the atmosphere that is now getting my attention.

    I do not think the warm Pacific Ocean is solely due to factors you and I are TOLD is going on. Maybe the
    Microscopic bio forms are dying, causing faster water temp rises?

    Check your aching bones lately?

    • Planetary Thermal Imbalance & Extreme UV Levels in Summer

      Radiation contamination of the environment on the scale of the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe, has much broader effects than just detectable increases of radiation in air and water spreading out from Japan. It affects the dynamics of the entire biosphere!


      If Krypton-85 continues to increase, changes in such atmospheric processes and properties as atmospheric electric conductivity, ion current, the Earth’s magnetic field, formation of cloud condensation nuclei and 57 aerosols, and frequency of lightning may result and thus disturb the Earth’s heat balance and precipitation patterns.

      These Krypton-85 induced consequences call for Krypton-85 monitoring.*/7530

      25th May 2015 – Still 960,000Bq Cs-134/137 and 2,336,000,000Bq noble gas discharged from reactors to the air every single hour


      Regarding noble gas (such as Kr-85), PCV (Primary Containment Vessel) gas control system detected 2,336,000,000 Bq of gas discharged from Reactor 1-3 every hour this April. Tepco states noble gas passes by as radioactive cloud to cause only external exposure so the exposure dose caused by the discharged noble gas should be significantly small.

    • DurangoMom DurangoMom

      Nick..back in early June, I too saw, what you called, "Dry Lightning." Blue skies, not a cloud in sight on the eastern horizon and BAAMMM! Lightning. I had never seen anything like that before. And, I've seen a lot of lightning in my lifetime. Interesting times we live in.

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    The bones reach level 10 pain way to often…these days.

  • carolann28752 carolann28752

    Rogerthat, done!

  • carolann28752 carolann28752

    Gosh yall. This is heartbreaking. Just watched Chris Busby video and saw so much destruction there in Japan…..I want to DO something!! Got a small, but nice RV here in the NC foothills…. empty. Beautiful view on my little farm. About 10 minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway. Its open to any Japanese that are relocated/and/or homeless. No charge. Can help them with food. Theyre welcome to stay indefinitely….no strings. One caveat…..must be clean and neat. Thats it! Mother Teresa said, "We can't always do the big things but we can do something!!" (Paraphrased)

  • Really good climate information at this site.

    better than my work, these are focused scientists and data analysts just for climate issues.

  • carolann28752 carolann28752

    Thank you, Stock, and F.A.D., for the gracious hospitality! I appreciate this website, which addresses the most egregious crime against humanity ive ever witnessed in my lifetime. And I appreciate all the dedicated followers "and do-ers." Time IS short…..

  • DurangoMom DurangoMom

    Carol Ann.. Your kindness touched me. Thank you for shining your light.

  • Patrick-Henry Patrick-Henry

    The Japanese(with U.S. advice) have failed us all.

    When you look at the Soviet response to Chernobyl you realize that they understood the urgency of having a core uncovered and spewing pollution into the bio sphere.

    They did WHATEVER it took to get that disaster under control.

    The Japanese…they have debated and argued about solutions that would never have worked (ice wall anyone) and have allowed this possible E.L.E. to become a full blown E.L.E.

    The most successful thing they accomplished in regard to Fukushima is by signing the States Secrets Act, which made it illegal for anyone to talk about the failure of the State.

    Nice job guys…gotta say I'm NOT lovin' it…

  • Patrick-Henry Patrick-Henry

    And the Olympic Stadium?

    They have definitely lost their minds if they think the Games are going to be there in 2020…

  • Patrick-Henry Patrick-Henry

    I cannot express my outrage at this event adequately.

    I was meditating this morning and my mind drifted to the Pacific…I could feel the pain of all of those dying creatures…

    The beautiful cetaceans, the seals, the fowl, everything great and small…dying because of selfish recklessness and the need to make f@#%ing money…

    I wept.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Diablo Canyon Power Plant, Units 1 and 2

    20 more years my ass!

    We don't need to boil water with bombs.

    How about we, all of us, shut 'em down?

    A Notice by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission on 07/01/2015

    I just don't want to have to explain to my grandchildren, that after Fukushima, we let Diablow Canyon melt into the sea, too…

    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      'Can U.S. Nuclear Plants Operate For 80 Years?'

      "Discussions of an 80-year lifespan have been going on for years, but CNBC reports that utilities are going to publicly unveil a push as soon as this summer to formally request a second 20-year extension to 80 years. The first candidates to get pushed to 80 years could be “Dominion Resources' Surry Plant in Virginia; Exelon's Peach Bottom plant near the Pennsylvania-Maryland border and Duke Energy's Oconee plant in South Carolina,” CNBC reported on July 16."

    • 😐

      Yeah, it's going to be hard to explain to future generations how even after Fukushima, or while it was still melting down, the Nuclear Dictators continued to allow the building of more DNA Destroying Death Machines on 'our' planet.

      The day our politicians shook hands and celebrated Iran's Nuclear DEAL was more than a slap to the face of everyone. Another day of infamy in my opinion.

      Original 'Infamy Speech' Dec, 7th 1941
      President Franklin D. Roosevelt

      ➡ Nuclear POWER is a global issue!

      Borders and oceans are not a barrier to radiation contamination's insidious ability to spread and accumulate.

  • theworldisalie theworldisalie

    Hello Everyone, figured this post was as good as any when it comes to the mess of fukushima.

    I have been following this since the night it took place for me in western Canada.

    I knew it was a huge disaster and I instantly had a sick feeling as I sat there with my girlfriend watching the nuclear horror unfold on the news.

    Since that terrible day, it almost feels like the whole world is just a giant lie, as per my name.

    It's extremely hard to get a handle on what is true and what is not.

    I know that several reactors are either melted down, out, exploded or burned? Isn't that so vague though for something that was only in horror movies before this happened?

    I mean, how insane is that!? We don't even know, all we know is it's completely phucked. We are all suppose to be just ok with that and forget?

    How bad is this whole situation exactly? I know about all of the fission products, I know how dangerous they are and how long they last. I know we are at the top of the food chain and I know this mess just keeps on spewing but really, just how bad is this?

    Is this really the slow agonizing demise of our life as we know it?

    Thank you in advance.

    • Jebus Jebus

      Greets, theworldisalie,

      "Is this really the slow agonizing demise of our life as we know it?"

      The best way that I can answer that is, if one lives west side USA, and has truly been following along, since 3/11, then one knows that one's gut, holds the truth… 😐

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    it's really, really, bad and great comments!

  • theworldisalie theworldisalie

    I figured as much…

    I don't even know what to say really. Sometimes I think that we already sealed the fate of humanity when we started detonating all of those isotope spewers back in the mid 40's and 50's.

    The human genome may have been destroyed already and it will just take awhile to show it's sinister face?

    I mean, lets just put poisons into the environment that last for hundreds to billions of years and mimic vitamins and minerals in the bodies of our food and ourselves.

    We fast forward to present day with cancer and all genetic disease/abnormality rates with ever increasing severity and levels.
    To the point where all you see are cancer clinic, drug and self help commercials and adds when it comes to personal health.

    We have had multiple major nuclear disasters and countless small time/unknown/covered up events. We have the annual refueling leaks. We have the continues ground leaks at most old plants.

    We have depleted uranium and likely other nuclear munitions in constant use.

    I mean, I don't even know what to say.

    What the phucking hell is wrong with us all, are we completely insane?

    Noone I know even has a clue what I'm on about.

  • theworldisalie theworldisalie

    I will just add that I feel as if I'm currently going madd…

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Once you take the red pill there is no going back and you start to realize that it is all the others my friend that are insane/bat~shit crazy..

  • theworldisalie theworldisalie

    I'm just…. I don't even know anymore. What the hell is wrong with us all.

    Anyway, Can anyone kind of lay out for me in laymans terms what kind of Aerosol and ground/water emissions we are looking at daily from this festering tumor on our planet exactly?

  • theworldisalie theworldisalie

    To add to the above, As far as I'm concerned (in my mind) we're already all screwed for eternity but am I correct in this assessment?

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