NYTimes: Widespread public distrust of NHK over Fukushima radiation cover-up — Reports: President’s resignation last month related to coverage of nuclear issues — Former NHK employees speak out: “Gross political interference”

Published: January 31st, 2014 at 6:48 pm ET
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New York Times, Jan. 31, 2014: [...] there was the abrupt resignation of [NHK's] president accused by governing party politicians of allowing an overly liberal tone to news coverage. [Thursday a] longtime commentator on economic affairs angrily announced that he had resigned after being told not to criticize nuclear power [...] On Friday, [new NHK head] Mr. Momii was summoned by a parliamentary committee  [...] [there's] deep suspicion shared by many in the opposition that Mr. Abe’s governing Liberal Democratic Party is stocking NHK’s governing board with political appointees who will stifle criticism of his conservative government’s agenda [like] restarting idled nuclear power plants [...] The broadcaster has also faced widespread public distrust for coverage of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident that was later criticized for meekly complying with government efforts to cover up the extent of radiation releases. [...] Masayuki Matsumoto, suddenly announced in December that he would step down [as chairman] [...] major news media at the time said he was driven out by criticism from the Abe administration that he had let NHK become too critical in its coverage of nuclear energy [...] Jun Hori, a popular NHK television news announcer, quit last year after he was questioned by superiors for more than six hours about a documentary that he had made describing nuclear accidents in the United States.

Jun Hori, former NHK news announcer, Jan. 31, 2014: “NHK is scared of being criticized as antinuclear [...] NHK has become a place where it is hard to speak out against authority. This is unhealthy for democracy.”

Yasushi Kawasaki, former NHK political reporter that teaches journalism at Sugiyama Jogakuen University, Jan. 31, 2014: “This is gross political interference [...] The Abe government has stocked NHK’s Board of Governors with friendly faces in order to neuter its coverage.”

Kazuhiro Haraguchi, lawmaker, Jan. 31, 2014: “What I am worried about is that NHK will become loyalist media, become the public relations department of the government.”

See also: NHK broadcaster quits in protest over nuclear issues -- Professor censored after 20 years on air -- Was to reveal 'extraordinarily high' damages -- Newly installed NHK chief 'enthusiastic' to help spread gov't messages to audience

And: "Shock & Outrage": Japan TV host reveals being told he cannot discuss nuclear power until pivotal Tokyo election ends -- "Somebody needs to bring these issues into the media" -- #2 in trending news

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290 comments to NYTimes: Widespread public distrust of NHK over Fukushima radiation cover-up — Reports: President’s resignation last month related to coverage of nuclear issues — Former NHK employees speak out: “Gross political interference”

  • jec jec

    Just look back at history..that shows exactly what is going to happen…


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    • AlexfromNB

      This is clear evidence that this coverup is the worst in recorded history in terms of significance. Those doing these deeds need to be arrested, tried, convicted and imprisoned for crimes against humanity! No, these are planetary crimes!

      It's apparent now that the international community must step in.

      Once the public is denied essential information to take action in order to help protect themselves as best they can, this current situation simply has to stop.

      "The Saving of Face" doesn't cut it anymore! You are dealing with the lives of fellow human beings, their families, friends and loved ones.

      To Japan's leaders…You have no honor! Fess up and tell the truth. The world is entitled. Shame on you!


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      • Homolumina Homolumina

        Well spoken Alex
        I am active in distributing the information and this web site, even talk to strangers on the street, this must get out. I do what I can to get people's attention, and at times people – intelligent ones – get mad at me, telling me they do not want to know since they cannot do anything about it anyway. But I say – now you can at least make an informed choice…

        My gratitude to this community here on enenews.com, am so glad I found you and do what I can that the information out.


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        • Homolumina Homolumina

          "… the information get's out …."


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          • We Not They Finally

            We (husband and me) talk to people in the supermarket ourselves. (The food selections we see people making are sometimes a great time to start.) We're respectful, and sometimes people really do want to listen. If they don't, at least we tried.

            But it amazes us how many people profoundly know that SOMETHING is wrong, and what we tell them may shock, but not surprise.

            We're all for everybody talking to everybody. It hurts if those close to you don't listen, sure, but it's a much wider world out there.


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            • clamshellernh clamshellernh

              The bumper sticker fukishima is here
              Is a great one to stick around
              It plants the seed
              Subways , coffee shops book stores
              Then introduce discourse …
              http://www.fukushimaresponse.org/Links.html
              This has everything you need and more for bringing awareness including letters petitions stickers and pamphlets. Check it out
              These guys are making fast progress and it also has links and enenews is one of them .

              You can see more here on enenews with one of the past story lines yesterday .
              Very well done and effective


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            • 16Penny 16Penny

              We Not They Finally, don't you love how the produce workers act when you bend over to read the labels on the fruit and vegetables. My fiancee had one of the meat guys asking her why she was picking through all of the frozen fish looking at labels. I have noticed that one of the local stores here has started to carry more produce from the Southern Hemisphere and Central America. Anyone here been shopping in a PX lately? That can talk about it?


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      • whatamessa

        sounds like more of that "you're either with us or against us" crap!


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      • James Tekton James Tekton

        "Once the public is denied essential information to take action in order to help protect themselves as best they can, this current situation simply has to stop."

        Howdy, Alex.

        It's called war. It does not stop until a lot of people die.

        .


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  • Folks, have a look at the latest posts on http://www.fukushima-diary.com as well; not really encouraging… :-(


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    • Max Sievert Max Sievert

      In the press conference of 1/31/2014, Tepco was inquired about if it’s still leaking by the press. Tepco’s spokesman “answered” that they don’t know if it’s still leaking, they haven’t even installed a surveillance camera on the leaking point.

      just incredible …


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      • Max Sievert Max Sievert

        and
        Tepco is not going to analyze the groundwater for Strontium-90 which is taken from 25m underground anymore. They announced this in the press conference of 1/31/2014.

        From their past analysis, 60,000 Bq/m3 of Strontium-90 was measured from 25m underground, 36,000 Bq/m3 was also measured from the upper permeable layer, which proves Strontium-90 has spread all over underground in Fukushima plant.

        Since last time they detected 60,000 Bq/m3 of Strontium-90, they have taken 6 groundwater samples. However, they are not going to analyze them about Strontium-90, and will not analyze the potential samples in the future about Strontium-90 either.

        speechless ……


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  • OldFool

    I hope the entire population soon realizes what a colossal blunder it is to not have any breakwater dam to keep the radioactive water contained inside and also to the block the next tsunami wave that will someday come. Once the Pacific is poisoned, it will be poisoned for over a million years from just the technetium-99, not to mention the 100+ radionuclides that are being flushed daily into the Pacific. More than two billion people will have to look elsewhere for food. Future generations will curse us with every wheeze.


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    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      'Sick Kids Denied Specialty Care Due to Obamacare in Washington' (the State)

      "Administrators at Seattle Children's today said they predicted this would happen, and it's even worse than they expected," says the local news anchor. "Patients being denied specialty treatment at the hospital by insurance providers on the Washington health benefits exchange. Children's filed request on behalf of 125 of their patients. Of those, they say they got only 20 responses, eight of which were denials. Dr. Sandy Melzer says all this comes after reassurances of certain unique specialty cases would still be covered."

      Dr. Sandy Melzer says, "Well, some of the patients who were denied are ones who clearly would fall into that unique category. A two-year-old with new significant neck mass that was being evaluated for infection or malignancy, an older child with a chronic severe medical condition requiring multidisciplinary care here, a baby that had a skull abnormality."

      http://m.weeklystandard.com/blogs/sick-kids-denied-specialty-care-due-obamacare-washington_776030.html

      Pay very close attention to the symptoms in the children who the insurers are refusing to pay for – radiation exposure symptoms.

      Here it comes, fast and hard. Kill the kids first.


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      • unincredulous unincredulous

        Obama don't care, Obama don't care.
        better not pout, I'm telling you why,
        Obama's drones are coming… like hounds.
        He's making a list,and checking it twice, he's gonna find out who's bought into his lies.
        Obama's drones are coming…like hounds.
        He sees you when you're sleeping, he knows when your awake.
        He knows if you've been bad or good, the NSA too, for Pete's sake. Oh,you better watch out, Better not cry
        better not pout, I'm telling you why,
        Obama's drones are coming… like hounds.
        He knows how much you're costin', he knows how much you take.
        He knows if you've been bad or good, the NSA too, for Pete's sake.
        Oh, you better watch out, Better not cry
        better not pout, I'm telling you why,
        Obama's drones are coming… like hounds.


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    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      Have a neighbor. Recently diagnosed with thyroid nodules. Told to wait 6 months for another MRI, by her GP. No referral to an endocrinologist. Great insurance, private plan, PPO – cost not a problem. She's worried sick.

      Sound familiar? Any similar cases out there?

      Maybe it's because she needs to 'smile more'?

      Get involved with this locally, with your friends and medical practicioners. The percentages say you're high on the list to be next, and increasing daily.


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      • shamwow shamwow

        My wife had same diagnosis 1 year ago. Half her thyroid was removed in December. It was benign.

        The problem is that we don't know what is naturally occurring and what is related to Fukushima release.


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        • J.

          I speculate that (possibly expensive) forensic technology can identify the presence of radioactive isotopes in any tissue removed. Perhaps one service this list can perform is to suggest that all patients demand at least a portion of any tissue biopsied and/or surgically removed. This would enable subsequent analysis, even if the surgeon/hospital refuses to undertake the analysis. Marco Kaltofen might be able to advise persons who are in this situation. Without that kind of forensic work, progress against NPPs will be slow. With it, shut-down may be expedited.

          Very sorry to hear your unfortunate news. I hope the recovery is steady.


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      • Socrates

        Papillary thyroid cancer is highly treatable. A laryngoscopic examination down the road. A biopsy… maybe a cyst only, hopefully.

        I see papillary thyroid cancer in delayed diagnosis situations. Give her reassurance. Be her friend. I see good results if papillary and diagnosed early. Observation and reassurance.

        I wonder if medical statistics will be concealed in this country to protect nuclear energy. I hope that never happens. So far, no.

        Not all cases caused by Fukushima. But rates will be on the rise.

        This scares me since I have melanoma. Go to http://www.melanoma.com Chris Busby says that is also thanks to nuclear. Others say UV. Some say vaccines. Genetics. Bad luck? I'm still here and in remission.


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        • J.

          Apologies for being slightly off topic, but for melanoma, do look into a product called Cancema salve. I have no financial interest in the product. There is some remarkable information about that product and it's results, with extensive photographic evidence.


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        • jan

          socrate Why a laryngoscope? It depends on TNM classification how treatable it will be .Melanoma ca be mainly because of genetical factor and UV radiation.


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          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            UV radiation? Then why does it usually show up.. where the sun does not shine? Kind of tough for the doctors to figure that one out? Might be some for of radiation but not the sun and probably the kind that is thrown around by the Nuclear Industry. :(


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            • jan

              it doesnt , it usually shows up where the sun shines. UV is not the only factor genetical factor is also important as i mentioned. I wouldnt consume a lot of baking soda either, can cause other problems.


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              • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                Well, you will have to prove it always/mostly shows up where the sun shines. It usually shows up where the sun does not shine. Genetic factors, yes they do play a role, but the cancer sometimes is from moles/imperfections in the skin, which are already mutated skin cells of sorts from passed on genetic transfers. I have read the reports and understand the red/blond hair implications and genealogy.


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                • jan

                  Your message is misleiding. Radiation can increase the risk of many cancers , just like many other factors like chemicals , alcohol etc but the main factors proven to cause melanomas are genetic and UV radiation.
                  Your link only suggests that radiation can also be increasing the risk but its a minor factor even if it would be proven which is not as this sentence shows : Quoting from the pubmed research ;
                  This suggests that people exposed to ionizing radiation may be at increased risk of developing melanoma, although alternative explanations are possible.


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                • jan

                  The role of the sun is proven .Known fact for a long time.
                  Who told me they know not about the role of the sun ?
                  You are misinterpreting the research papers.
                  Melanoma s are caused by genetic factors and UV radiation .
                  Ionosing radiation is not good for you , agreed , but what does that have to do with this discussion .
                  If it is bullshit and you dont believe it why do you send the link in the first place.
                  And lastly , its not an issue of belief.


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                  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                    Like I stated, you need to do a great deal more research and you can believe what you want to. I have two friends both with melanoma and both exposed to radiation contamination and of course the sun.

                    One is dead and the other has all of the 3 big skin cancers on his body. One was blond was was not…

                    When you understand the purpose/why of the research you will then understand why it exists.

                    Radiation/mutation over load can happen very quickly when your exposed to a constant fake manmade radiation contamination source that should not exist on this planet! :(


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                  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                    You are not paying attention to my words..and what you are going to believe is what they want you to believe. Got it! :)


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                    • jan

                      No i didnt get it .
                      Again : The main cause of melanoma s are 1 genetical and 2 UV radiation .
                      Read the links i sent you or do your own research. There are plenty of links on internet about the causes of melanomas.
                      You cannot claim radiation is the cause of melanoma just because your 2 friends got it.
                      You are misinterpreting the results .


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                    • jan

                      Are you saying all those sunblock creams and sprays , all the advice to protect ourselves from UV , all the doctors , all the pharmacists all of them are lying ? Are they just saying that because they want us to believe it and that is all ? Thats too many people lying about it dont you think ?


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                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Yes! :) The beauty of myths is that they can become one's reality with very little effort!


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                    • jan

                      Its not a myth , everyone knows suns rays cause skin cancer except from you .
                      If you have ever used any sun protection that makes you a hypocrit doesnt it ?
                      Can you say you never used any sun protection ?


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                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      I have never used any sun protection! Ever! :( Never will!


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                    • jan

                      Then i suggest you not to work outdoors often. You may get cancer .


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                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Jan, I started golfing in the sun at age 9, was an all star athlete in the sun outdoors every day through college, own a boat, a motorcycle and live in the sun every day. I have tanned about once every month in a standard tanning bed for the past 15 years. Love the sun, since it is the sun that heals and provides us humans with vitamin D, which by the way is actually a hormone. I have skin that tans and have never used sun block.

                      Now what was the sun tanning industry gross sales in say 1970 and did these companies flip to produce the sun blocks sold today and what are their gross revenues today?

                      Lets look at one state..sun no different say than any other near by state. Would states up north were less sun shines have less or more skin cancer from that sunshine?

                      Connecticut: Step out of the box…
                      http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/814862
                      http://www.connecticutmag.com/Blog/Connecticut-Today/September-2013/17-Connecticut-Sites-Identified-in-Wall-Street-Journals-Waste-Lands-Nuclear-Cleanup-List/
                      https://www.google.com/#q=nuclear+Power+plants++in+connecticut+

                      So there seems to be a problem, very little sun and increased cases of skin cancer. The sun block might help keep the radiation contamination off your skin though since it is now everywhere and you and I and others have no clue where it is and why is that?

                      It's invisible, odorless and tasteless. We would never know! :(

                      Research all you want anywhere and the results will be similar or the same..


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                    • jan

                      I couldnt open that article because it asks for membership which i dont have.
                      The others are nuclear facilities i think which i dont understand why you are senindg them .
                      Skin cancer is higher in countries with higher amounts of UV . For example Australia .
                      But darker skinned races have more melanin than light skinned ones so they are more protected against UV attack. Thus aboriginals have less melanomas then white australians.
                      I dont know how old you are or if you are dark skinned so i cannot make any judgement on your risk. But if you dont have dark skin you are risking skin cancer if you spend long time under the sun without protection .


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                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      All those links open for me and I am not a member of anything.

                      Jan the jet stream dumps radioactive isotopes all over Australia and they have bombed/contaminated their own country with radiation tests and they also mine the crap in volume, so its being blown around and is everywhere.

                      Now, any damage done to our ozone allowing UVB in is a direct result of upper atmosphere nuclear detonations and yes we have damaged this planet and this layer with such Nuclear folly since 1945.

                      I always look at everything first as a perpetrated on me lie and then I go look for the truth.

                      I would not trust one manmade chemical, in any form, that my skin will absorb, placed on my skin produced by anyone… :)


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                    • jan

                      Are you saying that i am lying ? Medscape link does not open for me . Why dont you type what the findings are so i can read.

                      Either you are right or all the doctors , all the pharmacists all the experts in the world are lying . Is that what you believe that they all are lying?
                      Have you ever talked about this to your physician or any physician ?
                      I can find you hundreds of papers stating UV radiation causes skin cancer , can you find me one claiming the opposite?


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                    • jan

                      That sentence doesnt make sense , sorry , what i meant was , If you are right then all the doctors ,, bla bla,,,


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      Jan, if you can't see something at a link, go to a library which has the article, pay for a downloaded copy, or use interlibrary loan at your local public library.


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                    • jan

                      No need to be rude.
                      I didnt ask for the link . Obewan asked me to open it .
                      Maybe you should say that to obewan.
                      I wasnt even talking to you but to obewan.
                      Maybe you should take a break and have some fresh air.


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                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Not trying to be rude and you will believe what you want too. Yes there is a huge problem with skin cancer and it started to skyrocket after 1945 and/or after the introduction of Nuclear Technology on this planet. The link says so.

                      The sun intensity changes rarely less than 1%, so if we have a problem it is now a Nuclear pollution manmade contamination/damage problem.

                      These guys and gals are all scrambling to help stave off the Nuclear slaughter/cancers/skin damage that is heading this way…


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                    • jan

                      Obewan you werent rude , you were calling me a lyer .
                      VanneV was rude basically saying i should bugger off and go to a library ,while i wasnt even chatting with her.

                      Is that your claim again ?
                      The commonly accepted theory on that is that after the world war there were a lot of surplus aeroplanes and lots of plane production capacity in many countries . Trying to find a solution how to make the best use of that , they (specially boeing) started advertising holliday trips with sun tanned models popularising tanning .
                      The more people got sun tan , thus the higher the skin cancer rates .
                      Thats how they noticed the harmful effects of UV radiation and increase in skin cancers in the first place.
                      Radiation supressed immune system is more prone to tumors , but not only melanoma s , but to many tumors. How do you explain that ?


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                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      I never called you a liar and what I stated is that you will believe what you will believe. I stated that I look at everything as a lie first and then I go look for the truth. You can do what you want to regarding your research. Google has millions of links and thousands of hours of reading ready for your brain waves.

                      So, now our brain trust says the "sun is bad" after it has burned brightly providing life to all of this planet for billions of years?

                      Ok..sure. I don't believe it! You can… :)


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                    • jan

                      When you said all of those links open for me and i am not even a member , you were implying that i was lying about not being able to open them .

                      I go with what millions and millions of health specialists believe all over the world , in instead of what a few people here do.
                      I would also like to advice that person , whom this all subject is about , the one with the melanoma, to seek help immediately . Do not believe anything you read here and get operated asap .
                      No creams or salves will do it , and you are loosing precious time .
                      I dont want to alarm you but it can even be a life and death situation for you .

                      Its irresponsible to give a melanoma patient to use salves for the lesions. Delaying the treatment can shorten the life expectancy drastically .
                      I cant find you back amopngst all the clutter here through the links ,and poems , but if you are reading this you should seek profeessional help immediately .
                      melanoma is not something you want to experiment with .


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                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Be creative and find the link in cache or some other way.

                      They open for me and that is what I stated. :)

                      Your link problem is your problem.. not mine.

                      I am not a member! :)


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                    • jan

                      Its just one link . if its like the other ones , it doesnt matter anyway , i wouldnt be much wiser even if i could open it .


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                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Here is first couple paragraphs! :)
                      http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/814862

                      There have been "unremitting" increases in the incidence and mortality of melanoma over the past 6 decades in the state of Connecticut, according to a new analysis by public health researchers.

                      Incidence rates in Connecticut have increased by nearly 2000% from 1950 to 2007, while the state's population has increased by only 75% over that time, observe the authors, led by Alan Geller, PhD, of the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts.

                      During these 6 decades, mortality rates tripled in men and doubled in women, the authors also report in their new paper, published online November 18 in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.

                      Connecticut was chosen as the slice of America to study because of the state's stalwart history in recording cancer cases.


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                    • jan

                      TY for typing it .

                      In general there are lots of factors to cause an increase in cancer rates and radiation is one of them.
                      This does not exclude the role of UV as a factor in melanomas .
                      It seems to me that you are misinterpreting the results again .


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                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Yes, it is me misinterpreting results again..of course.! :)

                      Lots of people in a state with less sunshine dying from UV induced melanoma.

                      Sure, that s the ticket! :)

                      Have fun researching! :)


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                    • Jebus Jebus

                      Hey jan, it's really not the skin melanomas that are at issue as much as the childhood cancers that no one seems to want to find the cause of.

                      coughnuclearcoughpowercough

                      They just want to sell the cure…

                      coughnuclearcoughpowercough

                      Childhood Cancer Report: Rates Up, Deaths Down

                      http://americanlivewire.com/2014-02-01-childhood-cancer-report-rates-up-deaths-down/

                      It's a great business model…


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                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Whats that saying? Always follow the money and it will often lead you directly to the truth! :)


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                    • jan

                      Obe Melanoma can have higher rates as well just like other cancers . I cant dare to make any claims without seeing the paper .
                      You cannot say that only melanoma has been on the rise unless you researched other diseases as well . What if something was making people more sensitive or their immune system less effective against UV .
                      There can be many causes of that as i mentioned earlier and radiation can be just damaging their immune defences , that is possible.
                      Besides you cant draw that kind of conclusions from those results..
                      Increase in cancer rate in one area doesnt not exclude UV radiation as a cause .It just means that most probably there are multiple factors in play at that region .


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                    • jan

                      I dont understand how you would relate all those doctors advice to stay away from direct sunlight as following the money .


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                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      OK, sure, and that jet stream sweeps right over this region.

                      Your big monkey in this room is that there radiation contamination and I led you through the research process and you now will have to go it alone. There are tons of links in all these pages that state the same so have it and lather up with de cremes galore, if you want too.

                      I won't be lathering up..sorry! :)


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                    • jan

                      Jebus many cancers are on the rise for a long time . Sorry for repeating myself but it does not change the fact that UV is main cause of melanomas .Also genetic factor as well.

                      You cannot take results from one disease and use it for another .
                      Melanomas have two main factors and those are genetics and sunlight . Every doctor in the world agrees on that until otherwise proven .
                      Only people that are against it are here on this forum somehow.
                      Claims like follow the money does not work in this example i am afraid . An advice to someone to stay out of the sunlight does not make anyone rich .If you dont have money to but suncream you can just avoid the sunlight by wearing a hat and not getting sun tan.


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                    • jan

                      I dont understand what you are trying to say about the jet stream .
                      Are you saying radiation from jetstream is causing the melanomas –
                      You must have misunderstood again-creams have absolute no working on radiation . I was only suggesting the use of suntan creams against UV from the sun .
                      You are confusing radiation from isotopes and UV radiation from the sun which are not related at all.
                      I have done my research and i am confident of what i say , on the other hand , i think that you need to do more research to learn the main differences of some important terms.
                      You must understand the difference between UV radiation and the man-made radiation .
                      If you like i can send you links but being the first one to complain about the link overload , i have to be carefull about that .


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                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Let's you and I agree to simply disagree, on the premise of such arguments, and what I am discussing here is ongoing bio-accumulation of nasty manmade radioactive isotopes now spewing in volume in/over specified regions and/or all around this world via jet streams, ocean streams etc., local releases etc., and the overall negative ramifications of these constant releases and their impacts on what we call good health. :)

                      Skin, body, mind.. :( This banter is now over.. :)


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                • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                  As far as moles go
                  As I have them
                  The skin doc told me that as long as they have blood flow ie hair as an example it is not cancer .


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              • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                It does not always show up where the sun shines jan


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          • Socrates

            Yes, depends on the stage but often it needs to be scoped to stage or biopsy it depending…

            Are you a physician? We just gave a seminar for managing papillary thyroid cancer to avoid medical malpractice to a group of endocrinologists..

            You might also be aware that avoiding UV may increase your chance of getting colon cancer because you might be deficient In vitamin D. There are ways suggested below for that problem.

            Also, ionizing radiation IS associated with melanoma and MAY be a cause. See below.

            I always research before I post. I do not always give links.


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            • jan

              Am i missing something ?Are any of those claims about papillarly cancer , colon cancer , vitamin D defficient somehow eliminetase the fact that melanoma can be caused by sunlight?
              Arent we confucing the subjects ?
              Ionizing is associated with many cancers as i said before , and repeated a few times but the sunlight is as well isnt it? DO you mean radiation being a cause of melanoma somehow makes sunlight innocent?
              Is there something wrong with my research ? Did you see any false statements in my messages ?


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            • jan

              socrate Since you are asking if i am a physician you must be one i think .So here are 2 quetsions for you .
              So what would you suggest one of your patients if they would ask you to protect themselves or not from UV and why?
              And secondly if you would go on a holliday to a hot sunny place and was to spend most of your time on the beach would you protect yourself against sunlight if there were no way of avoiding sunlight , no shades nothing to take cover and you woud have to stay under the sun all day ? Would you use suncream or not ?


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              • weeman

                Sunscreen allows you to stay in sun longer and longer exposure time, nothing repels radiation it blocks UV only diffuses light?


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                • jan

                  SCOrate Still doesnt answer my question . What would socrates , advice to his patients and what would he do himself if he and his patients would have to spend long hours under the sun for several days . Would he use the sunblock and would he suggest it to his patients , if there were no other way of avoiding sunlight ?
                  The answer is simple YES or NO . ? What would it be Socrate?

                  Weeman What are you talking about ,radiation or sunlight? Is sunscreen good because it spreads it or bad because one stays longer and thus gets longer exposure?


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              • pinksailmatt pinksailmatt

                I would buy a hat, not use sunscreen.

                I believe sunscreen causes small growths between the nose and face (but not on a tomato).

                And most now are using nano-technology in the chemistry of the creams, which may prove to be health threatening.

                Radiation loves to hide in the tightest of places…like the depths of fleece…the depths of nano-technology.


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                • jan

                  I would like socrates to give his professional advice on this as if talking to one of his patients but we are not hearing it.

                  Pinksailm. If hat or any other protection was not an option.No umbrellas no way of avoiding the sun . You only has sunscreen . You can use it or not . What would you choose?


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        • VanneV VanneV

          I don't know where to leave this reply. I saw my father's arm two years before he died. He had a place that was larger than the size of a quarter and at least 1/4 inch deep of grey mushy matter (probably dead cells). He had had skin cancer before. He refused to go to the doctor. He also worked for Rocketdyne years before and years after the Simi Valley nuclear meltdown and during that time lived 10 – 15 miles from the Santa Susana Lab.

          Dr. Busby says one way to get melanoma is suppressed immune function.
          Dr. Chris Busby: Melanoma & Ionizing Radiation
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrAM3sdAxc4


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          • VanneV VanneV

            First Analysis of Cancer Incidence and Occupational Radiation Exposure Based on the National Dose Registry of Canada
            “…The association between cancer and exposure to ionizing radiation has been well documented (1). Evidence for this association is derived mainly from data on atomic bomb survivors and from patients who, a few decades ago, received high doses of therapeutic radiation for diseases other than cancer. Associations between ionizing radiation and specific types of cancer, particularly leukemia, have also been well established. These results, especially for the atomic bomb survivors, are based on high exposures at high dose rates….”
            http://aje.oxfordjournals.org/content/153/4/309.long


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          • jan

            Supressed immune function is know to cause cancers for long , For example kaposi sarcoma s by aids patients is a common tumor.


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            • VanneV VanneV

              Do you need links to radiation causing suppressed immune systems/ My father was never unfaithful to my mother for more than 50 years. And he certainly had neither VD or Aids ever in his life.


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              • VanneV VanneV

                “In a 1990 speech in Oslo, Norway, Dr. Bertell noted that radiation increases susceptibility to ‘many different diseases, including weakened immune systems, congenital defects, miscarriages, long-term chronic diseases, genetic mutation (hence on-going damage of and degradation to the genepool (i.e. the future)), as well as leukemia and other blood diseases.’ She further noted:
                “’Take for example just one atom of plutonium in a lung tissue. In exploding it shoots out particles of energy through living cells. As you know a cell is not empty, but a living system filled with different types of matter with separate jobs to do in the body. We cannot feel anything of this explosion on cellular level. But it will do damage. …The damage that is apt to cause most trouble in a whole system like a human being, is the damage that hits the nucleus of the cell. Because inside the nucleus is the chromosome material that carries the template of what the cell does. If you change that, you change what the cell produces. If you change one cell, and it is still able to produce, it makes two cells with damaged chromosomes which can cause exponential growth of cells that are not going to do the right thing.’…”
                http://www.globalresearch.ca/remembering-rosalie-bertell/31448


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                • jan

                  Thats off topic. We are not discussing the immune supressive damage by radiation but melanoma s caused by UV light .
                  As i mentioned earlier , immun damage by radiation is known fro many years .
                  This has nothing to do with the fact that UV rays cause skin cancer.
                  In that immune supression influences many infections and cancers in a negative way . Not only melanomas.


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                  • VanneV VanneV

                    UV light is radiation. Man made nuclear radiation is even worse and is making background radiation even worse. Nuclear power plants and accidents are destroying the ozone layer so even more radiation from the sun and space are getting down to us here on earth.


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                  • unincredulous unincredulous

                    Yeah! You tell 'em! The NHK president resigned over the melanoma cover up, right? I think he didn't like how he looked on camera with that melanoma, and just really didn't like the cover up. Didn't believe it. Fired the make up person and just gave up all the pain.


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                • tsfw tsfw

                  Jan sunscreen hasn't been proven safe and many studies suggest it causes more harm than good. "Malignant melanoma has been found more frequently in sunscreen users compared to non-users in some studies.[2] Other studies found fair skinned people used more suncreen and had more skin cancer, but did not address cause and effect.[3][4][5][6][7][8 Wiki."

                  Anyway, I find it interesting that you accept that RADIATION from the sun is more damaging than manmade RADIATION.


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            • clamshellernh clamshellernh

              And a suppressed immune system could occur from radiation exposure .
              What are you after here . Jan
              Cause and effect right away ? You know that this is what the nuke industry banks on ! No ? Tsthu
              I know they have used controlled studies on many subjects
              The Framingham heart study for women and heart disease for example
              I mean you know eating a stick of butter every day may not be good for you
              But by scientific study we do see a correlation of placque build up
              But is it cholesterol or calcium build up.
              They are exposing the cholesterol drugs as harmful now .


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            • clamshellernh clamshellernh

              Karposi wasn't that only related to some and a correlation with sniffing poppers ?
              I do not believe that HIV causes aids , I feel that that too was an immune deficiency cause
              They just had to come up with something to pull those awful old meds out of the closet again . Duesdorf is a doctor that was blackballed and ruined by the cabal in the med world . Sorry way off track but clinging to the immune depletion parts of said discussion


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      • bf9 bf9

        I myself (early 20's, male, Phoenix AZ area) have a thyroid nodule discovered after requesting the appropriate blood-work a few months back. Told to come back in a year, great insurance, (ignorant to Fuku) doctor, etc and I was told to come back in a year…..not going to cut it for me. Showing all early symptoms of cancer, known two or three other acquaintances my age to come down with rapid and aggressive cancers recently. If you're able, you're going to have to take the initiative to GET THE TESTS DONE.

        I predict we're going to see an unimaginable increase in these things starting right about now and onward until humanity is gone in a few decades. It's time for the international community to throw all we have at this thing.


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        • bf9 bf9

          *apologies for repeated text and errors, multitasking and getting distracted lol. No nukes!


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        • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

          bf9…I really hope you will be ok…you are very young and I am sorry you are going through this…did they do an ultrasound on your thyroid? It is important to have one of those to show if there are more than the palpable nodule. My sister visited me on west coast in 3/11 and in December of that 2011 her throat felt a little tight, she went to the doctor and the dr. couldn't feel anything, but did an ultrasound and her thyroid is full of nodules. Now she has to go for an ultrasound every six months now, thyroid quit working etc.

          Demand an ultrasound if they have not done one yet. I had a friend who lost a young healthy husband 1/2013….aggressive cancer out of nowhere lived about 7 miles inland from the coast.

          Take care…


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          • bf9 bf9

            Yes they did, and I'm on a beta blocker for it. Thank you for the concern NBO! No worries, I've already accepted that I and more people than not are going to suffer from this to varying degrees. Hence why I am dedicating the vast majority of my time to spread awareness and hopefully make a difference however small.

            The point of the original post is to let any readers registered or not know that there is NO reason I should be having any of these issues, and it's just one of those things where you know something is wrong with your body. My guess is cancer unrelated to the thyroid. The phrase "it can happen to you" doesn't even apply here…it *HAS* happened and *WILL* start showing up in millions upon millions of people…starting well about right now.

            Again a HUGE thanks to Admin, and all of the posters here. You're making a difference I found this site from a good friend of mine who is now essentially on his deathbed and have since turned at least tens of people into daily readers. We live in a bizzaro world, my friends.


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        • hopetoun

          Maple Syrup/Baking Soda Trojan Horse

          The sugar in the maple syrup is bounded with alkaline. If cancer cells or germs take in the sugar, the hidden alkaline will weaken or destroy it.

          Trader Joe’s organic grade B maple syrup 3 parts. Bob’s Red Mill baking soda 1 part (this is aluminum free unlike Arm & Hammer).

          Heat the maple syrup to a warm temperature to dissolve the baking soda (this need not be at a boil). Once warmed, stir in the baking soda for 5 minutes. Example: 90 tsp syrup, 30 tsp baking soda. Store this at room temperature. Make enough for 10 days, beyond which mold may grow.

          The syrup/bicarbonate complex is brought into cancer cells or candida where it alters pH to uan unfavorable alkaline level.

          For cancer patients use 5-7 teaspoons per day divided.

          For candida or pH control use 3 teaspoons per day.

          Tasty alkalinization and good health.

          http://truthpills.wordpress.com/health/maple-syrupbaking-soda-trojan-horse/


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        • James Tekton James Tekton

          "It's time for the international community to throw all we have at this thing."

          Yo, BF.

          It's way past time. Almost three years past time.

          .


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      • unincredulous unincredulous

        I knew I should have watched more teletubbies and smoked weed. I guess it's not too late…


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        • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

          Wakey wakey..bakey bakey..shakey shakey..lol.

          SHAKEY GRAVES – Roll The Bones LIVE at The Good Music Club

          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdCZAZiTCHs

          Roll them bones….


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          • earthsmith

            Some days I just can not stop rolling

            @Jan…really? Try reading the ingredient list on those so called "sun screens" and Google them. It is a toxic petro /chemical mix!
            Oh and of course Big Pharma. never ever. lies they just pay penalties…HA HA HA HA HA HA HAHA HA AH HUM!!
            Baking soda(1tsp ) apple cider vinegar(1tsp) in a glass. of water is good 4U
            I think i smell something got to go!


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          • unincredulous unincredulous

            No, teletubbies and weed. Mind baked, old cartoons and who gives a shit?

            But in a way the lyrics are spot on occasionally. Crash your car and burn your house. I can "dig" it.

            Years ago, I paid all credit bills on time. When hard times came, I called them and asked for them to work with me. The sweet woman's voice on the phone said, "Sorry, Sir, I am not a debt counselor." So, I went to a debt counselor and contacted Ameridebt. They said they could negotiate to reduce your payments. Well, the credit card companies would not accept even five dollars less than the minimum regular payment. So then, after all that; when the credit card people called, I would tell them, "Sorry, I'm not a debt counselor." The sweet woman's voice on the phone turned a bit angry. "But, Sir, you owe US money!" I replied, " I'm sorry, but I am still not a debt counselor."

            Crash your credit and burn all possibilities of getting a VA loan due to poor credit. Life went on. Still here. Kept expecting to get thrown in jail. Didn't happen. Never heard from them again.

            But whose to blame? Roll them bones


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      • EKO KLAP$$ 2014 atomicistheword

        Time Is Short,

        The obtuse aspect of this charade, is that the very entities causing this crime against humanity are the makers of the radiography equipment used in diagnosis. There is money to be made from the suffering and misery of humanity. Let us boost our radiography division. I'd be surprised if they don't go into the manufacture of Geiger counters. No ethics where money is to be made, they are bestial beings devoid of humanity.

        Next stage is implantation of RFID chips, then we are ALL slaves. Money on, money off. Have you been a good lap dog for the empire? Chip on. Did you question your overlords? Chip off. No money, no identity, no life. IBM are heavily into RFID research, they had a head start helping to put six million tattoos on people in the second world war. Oh yes! we're not supposed to talk about our involvement with Nazism. Isn't that right Ford whom manufactured vehicles in Germany to carry troops to kill American soldiers. No ethics where money is to be made. They don't care if you live or die as long as they get money, even from both sides of a conflict!


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        • unincredulous unincredulous

          I read that George W. Bush's grandfather, Prescott Bush, was one of the directors of the Union Banking Corporation. The bank had it's assets seized under the Trading with the Enemy Act. World War 2 stuff. Then, Prescott Bush was put in charge of the USO.

          So, then, the soldiers would go out and play war (fight and die) on the field, then go to a USO show and maybe see Bob Hope and some long legged ladies dancing. This show was brought to you by the same folks who brought them the war in the field. Talk about multitasking. Talk about evil. Talk about profit. This red pill has always sucked.


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        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          Yes, very alarming and the sheeple want more… :(


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  • ss.minnow

    Sure do hope media here in North America wouldn't behave this way. Here we go round the mulberry bush!!!!!!!!


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  • Sol Man

    Wouldn't want to be criticized as being anti-nuclear because it would be so very bad to be seen as supportive of life, an ecosystem that where life could flourish, healthy children, and the possibility of the future.


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  • Jebus Jebus

    Fukushima operator books $7.54 bn profit on bailout, rate hike

    The company at the centre of the worst nuclear accident in a generation said it earned 772.9 billion yen (USD 7.54 billion) in the nine months to December, compared with a net loss of 2.2 billion yen in the same period a year earlier.

    http://zeenews.india.com/news/world/fukushima-operator-books-7-54-bn-profit-on-bailout-rate-hike_908130.html


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    • Angela_R

      Hi Jebus,
      Tepco's largest holder of shares is noted to be the Nuclear Damage Compensation Facilitation Corp. with 54.69%. Obviously there has been a further 'float' of shares to provide for this 'Fund'. There are three classes of shares,
      1) 1.607 billion Common Shares
      2) 1.600 billion Class A Shares
      3) 340 million Class B Shares

      The A&B Class shares are listed as being held by 1 Domestic Corporation
      The records shown on the link below do not name the Domestic Corporation, however calculations show that the A & B class shares are 54.69% of all shares.
      http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/corpinfo/ir/stock/stock-e.html

      Tepco appears to be the Management Co; it manages three nuclear plants, also some thermal and solar. But does it own them?


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    • nedlifromvermont

      this is a gross fiction … and it recalls a quote from Ron Wippern, at Yale SOM back in 1981, in New Haven: "All annual financial reports by public companies are a pack of lies, agreed upon!"

      Professor of Finance, he.

      There you have it, now, Swallow Whole!!!

      peace, folks.


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      • Angela_R

        nediffromvermont,

        I have sometimes looked at company reports and exclaimed "that is just creative accounting!" but this is not a financial report.

        However, you are missing the point of why I cited the figures.
        It appears that this setup would require that Tepco has to continue to function in order to pay out Compensation.


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        • SykeWar(DELETED) SykeWar

          I don't understand. Tepco was taken over by the gov't. Why would they not continue to function?


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          • Angela_R

            Sykes, you say "Tepco" was taken over by the Government. Tepco has shareholders, private ones, it is a company.

            As I understand from the link in my previous post:
            The City of Tokoyo has shares in Tepco, the largest holding is the Compensation Fund, there are over 8.8 million shares held by individuals; there are other shareholders listed. Tepco is the Management Company, the assets may belong to the Government, i.e. entirely separate from Tepco.

            I have not seen a Tepco statement of assets and liabilities. However the fact that I have not sighted one, does not mean that one does not exist.


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          • razzz razzz

            Japan uses a type of Socialist agenda to function. Their government owns or has interest in 1/3 of all their major corporations. In the US, it is call GSE, Government Sponsored Enterprise. Like the Federal Reserve Board, it only exists and functions at the whim of Congress. Appears to be a privately held and run company but in fact answers directly to the US government with a revolving door for private-to government-back to private employment for insiders. A monopoly at citizen's expense.

            This is the only way the nuclear power industry exists and survives because private funding will not invest without protection and guarantees from governments otherwise nuke plants are uninsurable and couldn't make it to the concept stage. There would only be nuke military plants for producing bomb making materials, industrial and medical purposes.

            TEPCO funds itself for major projects by selling bonds, the bonds are backed by the Japanese government. Investors know this and considered them usually a safe bet. As long as TEPCO makes a profit, the higher the return rate will be on their bond issues plus Japan guarantees rates will be paid.

            Enter Daiichi blowing up, investors get nervous about the Japanese future. Japan (notice that it is not the actual companies making the announcements i.e. Hitachi, GE but the Government itself) runs around the world selling more nuke plant construction projects, secures the next Olympics, trying to save face that all is well on the island.


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            • Angela_R

              Thanks Razzz, you have joined some of the dots for me.

              Perhaps the Japanese Government's interests, at present, in Tepco are via the compensation fund, in which they would hold some of the administration rights. I note the 'Fund' seems to be comprised of A&B class shares, not Common Shares.

              "Japan (notice that it is not the actual companies making the announcement i.e. Hitachi, GE but the Government itself) runs around the world selling more nuke plant construction project…"
              and false assurances through sanitizing Tepco reports? Yet how often do we see the public not wishing to know?

              Liars salve consciences by such idioms as 'for the greater good' or 'the end justifies the means'.

              Personally I've never subscribed to the sacrifice of even one. When not offered by that one, it is murder.


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  • Ontological Ontological

    And have invested 10 yen into fixing the FUFU. That was to take the boss that had a heart attack from seeing the true condition of the plant, to the local hospital.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2067166/Fukushima-nuclear-plant-boss-Masao-Yoshida-hospital-NOT-radiation.html


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  • ITSNOTABANANA

    We've been disgusted/perplexed/tizzied by NHK clips for a long time now… Thanks MsMilkytheClown1 on youtube for piecing their broadcasts together for us. She knows when to push the bullshit alarm.(often)


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  • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

    The truth needs to be told. There is a lot of evidence still on the net before the ptb clamped down on everything. One example is the video below taken right after the accident.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M22Gt4sswEA&feature=player_detailpage#t=272

    In the video you can see exposed Mox fuel at Reactor 3 (looks like long spaghetti rods) this is an example of what is under all the shrink wrapped buildings.

    IMO the Japanese and US governments understand exactly what is going on (severity of the situation), and that is why the methods used to keep the truth hidden is getting more extreme.

    I think this person resigned because he knew the gravity of the situation, and refused to be an accomplice to nuclear murder.


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  • razzz razzz

    A lite dusting of fallout with some uptake and 3-5 years later the invisible rays will have had a chance to do their damage and it begins to manifest and this is far away from ground zero. It only gets worse from here. Of course defenseless kids only get shuffled around the system, if they are lucky. Where are the funds that were set aside to cover nuclear catastrophes? Was nuclear power generation proven so safe that it was unnecessary to cover health issues or did they already know that there is not enough money in world to cover fallout costs?

    The Ponzi scheme needs an ever increasing broad base of new payers or the pyramid fails and panic ensues.


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    • Socrates

      They externalized the true costs of nuclear so that children are roadkill. Typical corporate accounting gimmick. Profits were privatized.

      A corporation has no soul. It is immortal. It's DNA is programmed to make a profit and saddle everyone else with the destruction in its path. Such a person would immediately be recognized as a psychopath. Yet, we call this a mandate to make profits for the shareholders. Many investors do not care so long as they make money.

      This business model avoids personal responsibility. Morality and ethics do not matter. Only profits….


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    • James Tekton James Tekton

      "It's time for the international community to throw all we have at this thing."

      Hey, R.

      They say, the bank runs will start on monday.

      .


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      • James Tekton James Tekton

        "The Ponzi scheme needs an ever increasing broad base of new payers or the pyramid fails and panic ensues"

        Darn. Wrong quote.

        Sorry.

        They do say, the bank runs will start Monday.

        .


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      • razzz razzz

        Maybe bank runs in Euroland first or somewhere in South America.

        Euroland installed a bankers dream, an unelected cartel of financial bean counters that dictated rates, taxes and manufacturing rules and regulations amongst the Euroland members without input from any of the elected officials of each country. Great Britain is trying to buck the trend and stay out of the Euro but the pressures are great to join in.


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  • AlexfromNB

    Sounds like a job for former Reichminister of Propoganga Goebbels to me…


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  • weeman

    This is a issue that only the Japanese people can resolve, we can not dictate foreign policy?
    I urge the populace of Japan to resist the propaganda and stand up for your constitution and take a deep look at your conscience and except the truth, you can do overcome adversity, as one you are strong, divided you fall. They serve at your pleasure.


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    • AlexfromNB

      When such a situation threatens the entire hemisphere, or the world, then it's no longer a mere Japanese problem, it's all our problem!

      Those shoddy leaders of the Japanese government and TEPCO who were complicit in this disaster need to be arrested, tried, convicted and imprisoned for their action, many of which may potentially lead to the deaths of millions for eons to come.


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      • nedlifromvermont

        what about the demon corporation GE???? ?????

        Anne????? ?????????

        They still want the uranium fuels fabrication business!!!!

        Ach, sooooooo.


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        • VanneV VanneV

          Nedi, I didn't argue with you about GE in a long time. I think that it doesn't matter what you call GE or GE-Hitachi, or Hitachi-GE. It is a demon corporation. And there were GE employees there at Fukushima Daiichi when the earthquake hit. And there has been a lot of falsification of records and use of cheaper designs, etc. throughout their history. When the earthquake hit they were there turning Unit #4 into a MOX monstrosity. They were using a reactor that had cracks in it even before it was installed decades ago. And a lot of engineers have quit GE because they knew that the engineering policies would bring about the very disaster that we know have.

          So I don't think you need to bring me into the discussion.

          I think they need to stop mining, turning uranium or thorium or whatever into fuel. We need to stop the destruction of nuclear weapons, and nuclear energy, and nuclear experimentation on humans.

          They say that the Chinese population is decreasing and that the environment there is already so lethal that very soon no one will be able to live there. And this, in my opinion, is also due to radioactive contamination. It is difficult there if not impossible for anyone to protest against nuclear energy although I have heard of at least one protest. People like Bill Gates are killing the Chinese population getting them to manufacture nuclear energy. The worst example of imperialism is nuclear imperialism.


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      • weeman

        I do not dispute these facts but we are suppose to be responding to the article posted and that is about the suppression of information and the people.
        We did not dispose of kings and queens to have corporations take their place and subject us to oppression.
        Governments serve at our pleasure, if Japanese people were to elect independent candidates you would get action?


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      • SykeWar(DELETED) SykeWar

        They need to get the emperor involved like they did during WW2. Or do you think the Japanese military will try to kill him again? j/k Silly hoomans.


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    MEDIA DIED . . .

    Nobody pays attention to it.

    People get info from trusted sources on the net now.


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  • earthsmith

    Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha The NYT criticizing anothers tactics ! Surely they Jest!!!!!!!


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  • EKO KLAP$$ 2014 atomicistheword

    Tepco’s Shareholders Decline to Pursue GE for Fukushima Claims and refuse decommissioning of close atomic radiation reactors.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-06-26/tepco-s-shareholders-decline-to-pursue-ge-for-fukushima-claims.html

    Bet your cotton socks NHK won't broadcast that?

    All one big happy satanic family. Couldn't give a crap if we live or die, as long as they rape the earth of resources and rob you of your last cent.

    ………………………….

    General Electric Hitachi Nuclear Energy Americas Agrees to Pay $2.7 Million for Alleged False Claims Related to Design of Advanced Nuclear Reactor

    Nothing like buying your way out of the truth, why did they settle out of court?

    http://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/2014/January/14-civ-069.html

    Bet you won't see that on NHK either?

    ………………………..

    General Electric Hitachi current titanic technology…..

    Mark 4 sodium cooled prism fast breeder atomic reactors, tut, tut, tut. Just like Simi valley. :-(

    YES SODIUM!!!


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    • flatsville

      2.7M…They got over cheap.


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      • razzz razzz

        Pay a pittance in fines and move on is a good business decision. Fines go to the government and in this case a yet to be determined amount to the whistle blower. Citizens can go pound sand even though all costs and consequences will be eventually borne by the same citizens except any sharing of profits.


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    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

      If it brings it to the table it has done its job IMHO


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    • flatsville

      GEH settled to make it go away because of this-

      >>>The DOE funded up to half of the costs for developing, engineering and obtaining design certification for the ESBWR between 2007 and 2012.<<<

      They are not out of the woods yet as >>>“The NRC continues to rigorously review the ESBWR application in order to reach a final design certification decision, ensure compliance with NRC regulations and protect public health and safety,” said Glenn Tracy, director of NRC’s office of new reactors.<<<

      I need to do more reading.


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  • James Tekton James Tekton

    “What I am worried about is that NHK will become loyalist media, become the public relations department of the government.”

    Become? Become??

    You can not become, what you already are. NHK has been complicit in the criminal cover up of this ELE along with the govt stooges, and the GE stooges, and all the rest of the so called expert stooges, who all became stooges the day this happened. They are ALL stooges for the rottenchildkillers bankster empire that is fast crumbling.

    .


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  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Conservatives have bigger balls. They die from the bone cancer and leukemia and like it! Ah-ooo


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  • Nick

    I suspect that we will hear stories of people suffering from Fukushima Syndrome, authorities will be asked to incarcerate or admit to mental institutions all persons seen to manifest the symptoms.

    GMI…….Global Mass Insanity.

    The public has the right to know that NOT ONE man-made radioactive particle is safe.

    The global climate change folks who back nuclear power have a lot of questions to answer right now.

    Nuclear insanity will not be tolerated so go protest single-use plastic bags instead (we can report on that okay).


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  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    Who's over here reading our posts and putting them on rense ?
    Sneaky sneaky
    I'm flattered lol
    So who is it?
    Tell me now
    Just kidding for you that are out there being all serious faced
    This sucks I know
    Just lightening it up


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  • perufox

    http://beforeitsnews.com/japan-earthquake/2014/01/fukushima-sabotage-2445230.html

    Guess what everyone unfortunately the truth is tougher than fiction to accept. I have know this before the incident happened at Fukishima as I was informed about the attack on Japan. I hope those that are behind this disinformation realize who and what they are playing with…only now do they know.


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    • flatsville

      It turned to BS right here:

      >>>Contrary to what many out there are saying, Fukushima Diiachi was an extremely well run nuclear facility with everything in top notch condition….<<<

      It was anything but "extremely well run" and had a troubled history.


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  • Socrates

    Chris Busby suggested that melanoma rates may have increased along with many other cancers because on ionizing radiation.

    The National Cancer Databank from 2010 recognizes that UV and IR increase cancer rates by reducing intracellular immunity, among other intracellular processes.

    People.exposed to ionizing radiation may be exposed to an increased risk of developing melanoma. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/1623845

    The word "may" is used. Both UV and IR (ionizing radiation) increase cancer risk, except that exposure to sunlight increases levels of Vitamin D which increases immunity. Further, nano-particles in many sunscreens may increase cancer rates with exposures to EITHER UV or IR. Therefore, please be aware that science is an ongoing quest for truth, not dogma for commercial consumption. Before dismissing someone's theories, make sure that YOU know what you are talking about.

    I would recommend several minutes per day of sunshine exposure on the entire body between the hours of 11:00 am to 2:00. Do not wear sunscreen. Never use nano-particles on your skin. Never burn your skin. Also, 30% of vitamin D is produced in the gut. Supplement with Lacto bacilli reuteri.


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    • jan

      Its very well possible that melanomas and many other cancer rates have increased because of radiation (Exactly as i said in my earlier posts if you have read them )

      National C databank recognising UV and IR as cancer cause is exactly what i have been trying to defend here .
      Nobody seems to accept that . So obewan , tsfw , VanneV ,jebus could all read your post and learn it finally.

      Science is an ongoing process , and i agree on that as well.

      I did not say anything about putting anything nano-, on or in your body .
      I do know what i am talking about , infact you have only proven me right .

      Did you follow this discussion at all? Did you see that i am the only one here claiming exactly what National Cancer Databank is saying ?

      Did you notice everyone else is claiming the opposite?
      Did you read my message concerning the melanoma patient that he or she would not use any creams and should be treated in a hospital ? Whats your take on that ?

      Do you realise that my statement is only confirmed by your message ?

      Why are you saying that i dont know what i am saying ?
      Which part of my statements do you think is false ?


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    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Very easy to see and then comprehend that we now have a "cancer pandemic" based on our own past and continued Nuclear folly!
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7GEUeCHto0
      http://www.globalresearch.ca/cancer-pandemic-reaping-the-seeds-of-nuke-tests/5328893

      We are going to need more the sunblock to stop this growing pandemic. White jump suits, masks and boots along with dosimeters are advised. :)

      31,750,000 alive now to die from cancer in Japan and this will now get much worse thanks to Fukushima.. :(


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    • zogerke zogerke

      does anyone know: real question: IR heaters are used in saunas, saunas recommended for slow detoxification from heavy metals and more, for pain relief, etc.

      Would the IR heaters, or even IR heaters used to create heat, release radiation in a form that could be damaging to health? Aside from thermal burns of course. Caveat- I just thought of this, I have not yet researched it, and i am asking the Q here out of being curious about opinions.


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  • jan

    All i have said was the two main factors causing melanoma s were genetics and Uv radiation . National C databank seems to agree with me do you ?
    Is national c databank dogmatic too?
    What would you suggest someone if he was going to a month holliday to a very hot and sunny country and he would spend most of his time at the seaside swimming and fishing.
    Should he or should he not use sunblock? What would be your advice?


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  • VanneV VanneV

    How can UV radiation cause melanoma and the addition of the radiation from man made radioactive nuclides from nuclear energy not cause even more melanoma? Then as the radioactive particles and radioactive noble gases make the ozone hole even bigger, it is obvious that nuclear weapons, nuclear waste, experimental nuclear reactors, reprocessing nuclear waste plants, and nuclear energy and accidents are increasing the number of people suffering from melanoma and a host of other diseases including cancer because radiation does suppress the immune system. You don't have to have Aids specifically to have your immune system in trouble. Stress causes this, nuclear radiation causes it the most.

    Also, Aids was unknown before the splitting of the atom. It has been hypothesized that all the radioactive particles emitting radiation for centuries and millions of years from all the atmospheric nuclear bomb testing and high altitude nuclear bomb testing suppressed the immune systems of people enough that they started succumbing to a heretofore unknown disease which is Aids.

    Nuclear radiation also causes over 2,000 genetic diseases. And as the the radiation levels keep increasing, the human genome become increasingly unstable causing even more debilitating mutations.


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    • VanneV VanneV

      The World is Powerless Against Fukushima Fallout
      “…Decades of assurances about nuclear safety have been blown away by the unexpected global effects of the March meltdowns. The past year’s crisis yanked open a Pandora’s Box of bizarre science that staggers the imagination of corporate scientists and bureaucrat engineers, from whom there comes only dumfounded silence.

      “These include:

      “– Previously unknown types of explosive nuclear reactions occurring midair or underground, which have been misrepresented as “hydrogen blasts”

      “– Expansion of a vast ozone hole over the Arctic Circle, now equal in area to the damaged upper atmosphere over the Antarctic, caused by radioactive iodine and xenon gas caught in the jet stream, leaving the Earth’s air supply unprotected and heightening the threat of skin carcinoma

      “– High-energy interactions of xenon gas (which decays into cesium) with incoming solar flares and artificial electromagnetic belts created by U.S., NATO and Russian missile-defense shields (this synergy is visible in the northern lights that emit a deep green color due to the excitation of xenon, and it is no coincidence that three American nuclear power plants were incapacitated during the recent solar flare)

      “– The growing possibility of mass extinction of marine life in the Pacific Ocean due to the nuclear contamination of major spawning waters for plankton and fish, the bottom of the food chain for higher life-forms, including whales and…


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    • VanneV VanneV

      “…Ozone Loss Led to Climate Chaos
      “…If the threat from Fukushima isn’t enough to bear, lethal radioactive releases from Hanford and San Onofre, along with Indian Point and the Napoleonville sinkhole, should motivate Americans to political action against the nuclear lobby and its sycophants. National security and, much more, the very existence of American society and the continent’s natural environment, are coming apart from the effects of high-energy particles in the jet stream, which cause ozone depletion over the Northern Hemisphere. The consequences include the recent tornadoes in Texas and Oklahoma, and an epidemic of winter twisters, derecho storms, flooding and drought. …”
      http://newamericamedia.org/2012/03/the-world-is-powerless-against-fukushima-fallout.php


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    • VanneV VanneV

      Family members tend to have the same environment. I suspect that all this genetic susceptibility to cancer is a cover up for all the contamination from nuclear energy, weapons production, bomb testing, and uranium mining.

      At most one's genes might make someone more susceptible to cancer. Very young girls are more likely to cancer from radiation than young boys, young boys are more likely to get autism or ADHD from radiation than young girls. This has to do with the child's sex, not its genes even though autism is caused by a genetic mutation.


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      • VanneV VanneV

        Down's syndrome is also caused by exposure to radiation which bioaccumulates in the parent:

        Sex ratio of children with trisomy 21 or Down syndrome.
        Verma RS, Huq A.
        Abstract
        “In a sample of 75 children with trisomy for chromosome 21, or Down syndrome, there were 42 males and 33 females. The sex ratio was 1.30 which is statistically not significant (p greater than 0.05). However, a similar sex ratio (1.36) was reported in a larger sample size which was statistically significant (p less than 0.01). This discrepancy was due to the size of the samples. The two studies suggested an excess of males in the referred population. The decreasing age of mothers of infants with Down syndrome was also evident. Furthermore, more, more males with Down syndrome were born to young couples (age less than 35 years) while elderly couples had an excess of girls.”
        http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2960497


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    • jan

      You keep asking the same question and you keep getting the same answer. This discussion is not about if radiation causes cancer . Its about the causes of melanoma , which are genetics and UV light .
      Repeating the same action and waiting a different response is not going to get you anywhere in this discussion. You are posting many links all the time but I dont see you giving any links on this subject to claim otherwise.
      Trisomy , down syndrome adhd are all off topic.
      Melanoma is what the discussion is about .What is causing melanoma? The answer is as everyone here knows genetics and sunlight.
      Somehow the only peopole who dont seem to acknowledge sunlight causing cancers are all here on this forum and that makes me wonder if they are being honest with their answers.
      I dont believe that they are. I believe everyone here knows very well that sunlight causes cancer and everyone is pretending they dont know it .

      Someone here on this forum seems to have melanoma and people are giving him or her wrong advice which is irresponsible . Knowing how agressive melanoma s are that sick person shouldnt be wasting precious time here and should go straight to a hospital . All these discussions are misleiding and causing him to loose precious time . There was a doctor here Dr Socrates but he disappeard just when we needed him. I would like him to come and give an advice to that patient but i dont think i will hear from him soon.


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      • zogerke zogerke

        Hey Jan. I am an occupational & environmental safety professional by schooling, certification and profession. This is my professional and my personal opinion, for whatever it is worth, no links to click.

        I have certainly been taught my entire career that sun and genetics impact my chances of getting melanoma. What's more, I am a light skinned human being who burns easily in sun. For that reason i wear hats and long sleeves when in the sun, and use protective sun barrier creams containing inc oxide. I avoid all use of nanoparticle containing anything, as i believe they pass through too many cellular barriers and are not tested for human health. Unfortunately I know that many products do not declare nano particles; and it is hard to control my exposures. I do not know of skin cancer in my relatives or parents, though cancer is well present.

        HERE IS MY PROF OPINION: It is plausible and likely that the radiation and industrial pollution i am/ we are exposed to is responsible for increases in incidence of melanoma worldwide. As Anne and others have said, any radiation exposures deplete immune function significantly in cascading series of health effects. And many people end up with melanomas in places where "the sun don't shine." UV radiation exposures worldwide increase due to pollution (radiation and other industrial sources) destroying and enlarging holes in ozone coverage. Holes in ozone layer mean more harmful radiation gets through……


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        • zogerke zogerke

          that was zinc oxide for barrier creams. With natural atmospheric protection lessening due to ozone damage from air pollution..and airborne contamination of all industrial sorts growing…we are exposed to so many more poisons, including radiation and other cancer inducing elements. SO- it is clear to me that radiation is a pollutant that can likely be increasing the worldwide incidence of skin cancers including melanomas, by a series of both direct and indirect processes.


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          • zogerke zogerke

            and, that radiation sources, leading to melanoma, will include the sunlight (including light radiation that is not being adequately filtered by the atmosphere)and will include nuclear radiation and other industrial contaminants that trigger the formation of cancer cells and support tumor growth. Bottom line? pollution is not good for you. The more you are exposed to, the greater your chances of getting sick. And for me, my body is not comfortable in great sun without barriers, and I urge folks to be mindful of their sun exposures and protect their health in the ways they see fit, including long sleeves and hats in sun and barrier creams if they want to. End of story.


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        • Angela_R

          zogerke, I think a video posted by max sievert, comes within your area of expertise; view it here:
          http://enenews.com/forum-topic-discussion-thread-nuclear-issues-jan-5-2013-present/comment-page-89#-464908


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        • Socrates

          Zogerke,

          "IR" is referring to ionizing radiaton.

          Every school boy learns that UV causes melanoma, especially if you have the genetics. The question is whether ionizing radiation is also a cause.

          There is a strong statistical association in studies using meta – data from prior studies between melanoma and exposures to ionizing radiation. The question becomes one of the statistical strength of that association before it is considered to be conclusive proof.

          The association is strong. More studies are needed. Nano-particles in cosmetics are associated with various cancers. In the US, such products can be marketed without prior safety studies because there products are not drugs. Europe is different.

          It is early burns by the sun to children that is believed to be damaging as far as melanoma and it's etiology. The cells need to replicate about 40 times before melanoma can get into the basement and metastasize through lymph and blood. Other forms of skin cancer such as squamous cell and basal cell tend to be cumulative in regard to UV exposures at whatever stage of life. It is best to avoid any burns from UV at any stage of life.

          Children who receive even one sunburn early in life are at increased risk of melanoma. There are controversies in medical circles at present about getting Vitamin D from sunlight. I know many oncologists and dermatologists who recommend a small body exposure.


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            • zogerke zogerke

              And does not contradict that other factors….such as damage to immune function overall…..and damage to the ozone layer thus allowing greater intensity of damaging UV radiation exposure to reach living beings…. Enhance incidence of melanoma as well as other cancers. Connected. Remember also reading that damage to ozone and greater uv exposures (uvb, ) resulted in greater incidence of corneal damage. Thus recommendations to wear uvblocking sunglasses to protect eyes.


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          • Socrates

            I have a relative who has a degree in nuclear engineering and is Board – certified in Dermatology. He specializes in pigmented lesions, including melanoma. He studied under the same professor at the Medical Center of South Carolina as my oncologist. There are published studies from the 70s on how to prevent metastases from melanoma cells using elastic acid from Meeker Raspberry seeds. The FDA has not approved use as a preventative. But studies indicate repair of the P-53 gene.

            Prevention is possible by staying out of the sun, using safe sun block, hats, proper nutrition, avoidance of radionuclides on the skin, X-rays in airports, and regular visits to a qualified Dermatologist or oncologist who specializes in pigmented lesions. Most primary care physicians and half of dermatologists as not very good, unfortunately.

            I, too, deal with these issues professionally. I read all the journals and keep up with therapies. I also do medical – legal cases everyday for 40 years. We have to prove these issues in court rather than on blogs. Some people post a citation and think they have become an expert, and then want to argue.


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      • VanneV VanneV

        Jan, melanoma is not the topic of this thread. The topic is at the top:

        NYTimes: Widespread public distrust of NHK over Fukushima radiation cover-up — Reports: President’s resignation last month related to coverage of nuclear issues — Former NHK employees speak out: “Gross political interference”

        And genes do not cause cancer. And UV is radiation.


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  • VanneV VanneV

    including whales and humans
    “– A rising threat to human reproductive health from ingestion of radioactive isotopes through food, drinking water and respiration, resulting in mass abortions and population decline for Japan, a trend that will extend worldwide

    -“- Mutations of contagious pathogens, such as bird flu, due to genetic disorders in both microorganism and host species, including domesticated animals and wildlife.

    “Public at Risk From Official Silence

    “At the molecular level inside a biological cell, gamma-ray bombardment rewrites the genetic code contained in the chromosomes, scrambling the elegant poetry of life into gibberish. Since leukemia, cancers and birth defects can be falsely attributed to other disorders, the governments of North America, Europe and Asia along with international agencies can be counted on to remain silent or mount campaigns of misdiagnosis to protect their nuclear power and weapons programs, along with their food and travel industries. Bureaucrats, at heart and out of self-interest, are cowards….”
    http://newamericamedia.org/2012/03/the-world-is-powerless-against-fukushima-fallout.php


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    • VanneV VanneV

      Sorry, I posted this in the wrong place. It should have been the continuation of post two posts above.


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    • zogerke zogerke

      Vannev, agreed, good link to read. A quote from that article:
      "Proliferation begins at home; not only inside faulty nuclear plants but whenever we switch on a television set or open the refrigerator door. Our consumerist demand for convenience leads to docile acceptance of mass suicide. Laziness – both physical and mental – is thus the greatest of the seven deadly sins of this nuclear era. "


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    • Cisco Cisco

      Thanks VanneV…excellent article. The discussion regarding disease is paramount. Compromised immune systems from low level ionizing radiation is the Achilles heel for bacteria and viruses that will begin to ravage the planet. Heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and all other auto-immune diseases will increase exponentially, leading to mass sickness and premature deaths across large swaths of populated regions.

      The ELE is here. The only question is, how long will it take?


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  • Thanksforplaying

    Interesting times on enenews as always.
    Jan, you provoked me back on here so you do seem to serve a useful purpose round here after all, pardon my tongue-in-cheek arrogance!
    I'm on topic as thread relates to distrust of scientists, easily corruptible as many of them are. They/we are psychologically biased (and therefore playable)humans first, scientists second.
    No-one pays me for the following, so you can trust that I believe it is correct! My environmental physician understanding of melanoma vs UV vs D etc:

    Lowest melanoma rates found actually in highest occupational sun exposure. Highest rates in fair but under-sunexposed people, who are incautious and burn therefore, polyunsaturates and alcohol increase risk too.
    Protection from outdoor living probably reflection not just of vitamin D status ( from UVB, and strongly cancer preventive in itself) but solar rad also carrying UVA for nitric oxide synthesis, and other hitherto unappreciated health-giving frequencies ( but also of course noxious ones like cosmic gamma, xrays etc).
    Higher vit D level at melanoma diagnosis has a better prognosis, perhaps counterintuitively.

    I believe wireless communication radiation will turn out to be melanoma risk factor too. If anyone lives long enough to care that is!
    Aging is most relevant risk factor as with most cancers.
    Radiation is a common ( but not the only) cause of cancer-promotive gene change.
    But non-melanoma skin cancer IS strongly correlated with cumulative…


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  • Thanksforplaying

    ..lifetime exposure. rarely lethal but can be disfiguring and painful.

    Sunblocks reduce the warning signs of burning to allow UVA longer to mutate the genome and increase skin cancer risks.

    For citation hounds, I am my own reference now, have them all ina different place, and used them to inform myself, write submissions to gov departments, and lecture other health practitioners.

    God bless all the posters here whose concern, honesty and motivations shine through so obviously in their contributions. I personally am helped greatly. To those who come to make mischief or expect us to resolve their childhood hurts for them…. well, thanks for playing. Time is short.


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    • jan

      Thanksforplaying Agreed , thanks for presenting some correct information which is desperately needed on this forum .


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      • zogerke zogerke

        @jan; 2/3/14 6.33 am comment

        there are a good deal of links, citations and information on this forum, much of which are vital and cutting edge…There are also plenty of links and opinions and shared here by posters that do not agree with. The value of what I learn about- on here- regarding the status of the fukushima disaster, NPPs, radiation safety, and environmental pollution – outweighs the (for me) frustration of reading things i feel are implausable and incorrect. I go through this site like a neighborhood or a plaza- I do not look into every corner when the corner is populated by opinions i do not agree with or which make me personally uncomfortable. Free site, free country (to some extent,), free speech with agreed upon social behavior. I also practice respectful speech, a highly useful social skill.


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    • zogerke zogerke

      @Thanksforplaying @ 2.2.14 8:08 pm-
      >>>>Sunblocks reduce the warning signs of burning to allow UVA longer to mutate the genome and increase skin cancer risks.<<<<<

      I never read or heard that before – can you share more information about this, like thresholds of exposure to disease? knowing genetics is influence, etc. ANd saying you were an environmental doc caught my attention as i get involved with health education about occupational (and thus- environmental) hazards….


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    JoyB
    February 2, 2014 at 4:02 pm · Reply
    The most notable health effect of external beta exposure is cataracts, though beta will burn skin just like sunshine. It's all about energy transfer, whether it's heat (IR), UV (on the x-ray end) or just bombardment with electrons/positrons (beta). Wouldn't surprise me in the least that beta might contribute to melanoma development as much as sunburn if in similar level of exposure.


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    I would advise one should study/research the the dumping of radiation tailings down there in Australia from uranium mining along with the genetic engineering of this fish specie's counterparts in fish farms. :)


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  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Today..Harvey Wasserman

    50 Reasons Why

    We Should Fear the Worst from Fukushima
    Feb 3 2013

    http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/02/03/we-should-fear-the-worst-from-fukushima/


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