Official: ‘Death ashes’ obviously dispersed everywhere after recent Fukushima releases… Hot particles attached to clothes; Media brainwashing public — Nuclear Engineer: Huge spray of radioactive material from plant contained Plutonium (VIDEO)

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Koichi Oyama, Minamisoma City Council, July 14, 2014 — Translated by Dissensus Japan, July 20, 2014: I had to question the wording of this NHK report, [claiming] contamination of rice planted in 2013 is obviously not of the accident in 2011. Moreover, it concluded definitively that it was radiation spewing from Unit 3 during demolition work [...] The NHK report didn’t give either details on the detected radioactive materials or microgram. Neither did it mention the ‘black thingy‘, which turned out to be bioaccumulation, or radioactive bird droppings. [...] Radioactivity has been dispersed not only over the monitored rice paddy 23km away from the accident site but everywhere. Death ashes obviously fell across the cities and roads, which keep being disturbed by the traffic. Mass media brainwashing. [...] NHK ducked the issue by asserting that ‘one of the causes’ is the demolition operation. [...] NHK just made the whole story that the detected contamination was due to the demolition work and avoided the pollution dispersion issue. We call it information manipulation.

More from Oyama’s July 14 report: “Death ashes are even attaching to the clothes.”

Oyama’s July 20 report, translated by Google: “Cesium hot particles are suspended in Minamisoma… This is, cesium hot particle. Exactly definitely” -Nishio Sensei, July 12 lecture… Radioactive contamination in clothing does not fall, no matter how many times you wash… It is also detected from hair.

Chris Harris, former licensed Senior Reactor Operator & engineer, July 17, 2014 (at 28:15 in):

  • Harris: Something that they did… caused a huge spray of cesium that traveled over 50 kilometers away… This was evident through a spike in cesium that they had found — of course if you have cesium, well then you obviously have other types of ….
  • Host: Plutonium, americium — everything.
  • Harris: Yeah.

July 14: Officials: Radioactive material released into air from Fukushima — Areas far away contaminated — Gov’t tracking plumes using emergency system — “Large amount” will soon be emitted (VIDEO)

July 17: Study: Multiple radioactive surges detected far from Fukushima — Over 10,000X usual levels onsite — Mayor: Gov’t knew, but never told us — Worst may be yet to come… ‘much broader’ contamination? CBS: “Many miles away… spike in cesium detected this week”

Full interview with Harris here

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194 comments to Official: ‘Death ashes’ obviously dispersed everywhere after recent Fukushima releases… Hot particles attached to clothes; Media brainwashing public — Nuclear Engineer: Huge spray of radioactive material from plant contained Plutonium (VIDEO)

  • And how do they know the rice is NOT radiation contaminated due to 3/11 disaster?


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    • We Not They Finally

      Unlikely that the soil the rice was grown in just up and disappeared in 2011 and re-emerged in 2013, not even to mention that no one says anything until all the rice is eaten by 2014.

      It's like a crime scene. If you chop up the clues, you can make it seem like there were no serial murders, just a series of random attacks. I was encouraging however, the other day, to see that the scientific establishment in Japan is starting to admit international harm. Unfortunately (though understandably) people get so battered in digesting all the bad news, that almost no one even noted the surprising change in direction.

      It doesn't mean that change will continue, or even that it is free of ulterior motives (hardly!,) but it's a change to note. Maybe they even want to make it "the new norm" in a way that people are supposed to accept. Like accepting the totally unacceptable!! Like now (recent article out of Japan) teaching ten-year-olds that "cancer is just a typical story, nothing for you to worry about."


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    • bluetick

      not to worry just some more social genocide, some places they like to kill with war, some like to kill with the medicines, some like religious wars, some like it hot (radiation) no matter how you cut it, the leaders of this world are sick and want, should I say love to see death!


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      • We Not They Finally

        Yeah, all "freedom" (to trample on others) and no accountability. But by now, all the laws, especially protecting international cabals, are anti human survival. It's like: You want to run the world? Only psychopaths need apply.

        Dane Wigington (who is AMAZING on geoengineering issues) says why are such people in high positions of power? And the answer he gives is, because they are willing to do what you and I[humans] are not.


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    • Proton

      It's kind of hard to tally the on-going daily Fuku (for 1200+ days), as separate from the initial Fuku…

      3/14/11 this happened
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ndtcw6Os-wo


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    • ftlt

      Dr: I would think that rice/food contamination would follow along with the idea that radiation particles are always in ones hair and clothing. Meaning, it is found everywhere and is in everything.

      This is consistent (one and the same) with the clinician's, from Tokyo, statements of a couple days ago shown here on EN.

      Clearly, the zone of high levels of contamination are much bigger than let on by industry/govt sources – something almost all on here would suspect.

      I would think, there will never be a fair attempt at an analysis/report in this generation (the next 25 years) on the levels of FUFU contamination and its health impacts. Unless, people start dropping in the streets by the thousands.

      We know that the mass deaths from radiation exposure will take time to show themselves in a population – as do those who are promoting nuclear power and are actively avoiding paying for the hard/real costs of this disaster. They think time is on their side.

      On costs? Imagine what a serious attempt at a cleanup of Northern Honshu would cost (if one could be achieved)? We must remember, they dispersed the contaminated debris for burning throughout the entire country too.

      What relatively tiny Japan is confronted with boggles my mind.


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      • Time Is Short Time Is Short

        Massive forest fires across the Pacific Northwest are burning vegetation that has absorbed 3+ years of radiation and sending it back into the jetstream for dispersion across Canada and the Mid-West and Eastern US:

        'Active Fire Mapping Program'

        http://activefiremaps.fs.fed.us/

        Photos From Fires In The Northwest Territories Are Apocalyptic

        http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2014/07/10/northwest-territories-fires-photos-nwt_n_5574337.html

        There may not be an end to these fires for months, and may burn all the way east to Illinois.

        Tons of Fukushima radionuclides sent back up into the air and across the US.


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        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          Yes, this massive Fukushima radiation release has dried the entire west coast out and now it is burning.. :(


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          • ftlt

            Obi: Now FUFU is responsible for the western drought???? WOW!!!

            HAHAHAHAHA


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          • Hey, now that you mention it..I don't get out and drive the woods roads so much anymore, but my son says looking at the stands of usually healthy varieties, he sees evergreens with mostly brittle dead boughs happening…(with pines he says areas that the pine beetles didn't previously already get, are now also dieing, even more).

            I have one area of grass in my front yard that no matter how much I water it, the grass won't grow now. None my fruit tree bloomed this year.


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          • itsanuclearwar

            I hardly think so. The drought is due to the government/military use of the technology they have attained for weather control, to inflict this diabolical drought on us. Next year will be worse than this year. We will have drought or will have floods, nothing in between and I have been predicting that for 3 years.

            IN 2011 California was in a drought until the first plume of radiation arrived about 3-16-11 and then it rained for 3 weeks straight. Highly unusual type of weather that ended the drought for the year but completely contaminated the soil with off the charts levels of radiation due in part to the 3 explosions in Fuku. Of course the west coast is where most of the food for the US is grown. That weather was man made and the only reason we got the rain was because of the highest amount of radiation ever in the history of mankind. TPTB poisoned the food grown on the west coast with radiation, for ever. They accomplished what they wanted and we have been in a drought ever since.

            To blame it on Fukushima is to provide cover for TPTB and to misinform the public and conceal the fact that the weather is now a weapon of mass destruction and used around the world to exterminate the "useless eaters", which includes all of us and includes you and your family. And no it is not a laughing matter and your joking about it only serves to cover your first statement.

            And your claims that chemtrails are used by the government to deflect sunlight

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              • itsanuclearwar

                That is certainly long winded and I'm not going to claim that I read it all. I do not believe I need to.
                I question the credibility of the info to begin with. One would have to do a lot of research to determine if what they are claiming is even true.

                Right away I see some red flags and if this don't beat all, they stand to benefit from Fuku and the rest of their nuclear nightmares by claiming that is what is causing the extreme conditions seen around the world. They can have their cake and eat it too.

                They claim "
                In more recent years, observations on Oranur were corroborated by followers of Reich's approach (Jerome Eden, Richard Blasband, James DeMeo, Stephen Nagy) as also occurring after underground nuclear tests, and following nuclear power plant accidents. The nuclear tests or accidents create a tremendous Oranur disturbance in the energetic substrate which permeates the earth, atmosphere, and living creature; observed effects included heat waves, increased high pressure, and social/human reactions often expressed as riots or social disturbances which burst forth on the social scene in a disproportionate manner — the human emotive-thinking process appears affected, just as is the atmospheric pressure and clouds. A patterned "downwind" hemispherical response was discovered, wherein nuclear bomb tests or accidents in Asia would be followed by heat waves in the USA within about two to three weeks.

                continued


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                • itsanuclearwar

                  continued

                  In some cases, the transition of anomalous stagnant air masses moving across the Pacific Ocean could be followed on satellite images (as an expanding cloud-free area) after the Asian bomb tests. Nuclear tests in Nevada, USA produced more immediate local results."

                  It appears as if they are talking out of their asses. What they claim above is not is not what happened with Fuku. The post I made above about the weather in California is just the opposite of what they said would happen, and not by a little bit, totally and completely.

                  And what we have here is more government "experts" framing this story, that nobody is going to do the research to determine if they are lying. Are you going to claim that the government is telling us the truth now? They do however point out "All of the above individuals, with one exception, hold advanced degrees in physical or social/health sciences, and many were employed at universities."

                  The problem with that is, and most do not know(and they are banking on this)that the many universities get most of their funding from the Pentagon, Department of Defense, and the Defense Contractors. They, like the Nuclear Experts, the weather experts and all of the rest are already bought and paid for, hands down, let alone the media that is responsible for reporting this garbage. Do you think for one minute that they don't have a back up plan to the back up plan to
                  cover their ass and provide them with plausible deniability?…


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                  • itsanuclearwar

                    You of all people, are you going to take what they say as the truth, because they said it was. I don't know who wrote the article but it reeks of biases. You can't spot that? Or maybe you don't want to see that part as it conflicts with the official plausible deniability that you are pushing. If you had good faith I think you would look at the real evidence and then form a decision. Honestly, I don't have the time to pick that garbage article apart or else I would give it a little more time, although it deserves none. I had no intention of posting anything here until I read the comment above providing cover for the weather manipulators. This time I had to speak out and call you out. Also, it makes no difference how long that you have been posting here. Actually, the first of the members would be of more suspect anyways. Fuku was done by design and only an idiot would believe that TPTB would not have their paid damage control people at their computers wide eyed and ready to control the direction of anything that gets to close to the truth.

                    Funny how one can bad mouth the experts that claim nuclear is not a bad thing and the marine environment experts for claiming "nothing to see here folks" but when it comes to certain issues, certain people seem to specialize in those areas and have no problem using government experts and the media to support their issue and to discredit everyone that says otherwise. That is cherry picking at the dump and passing around garbage…


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                    • itsanuclearwar

                      It would seem that one can't have it both ways, but that has been the case since day 1 of when I first found this site. I did not join right away as that would have been a mistake. Instead I read what was posted here and I studied who was saying what. Things here are not as hunky dory as what most believe. I suggest that readers scrutinize the material being posted here and do your own research, keep your guard up as everyone knows TPTB have a hand in everything, including this site to whatever degree they can or feel necessary. We all know that we cannot trust the government, the experts from the government and most universities, nor the main stream media. Question those that rely on those sources of information to support their story. If you want to understand how the government is really run, look up John Judge on YouTube. You will be blown away and not able to walk away as it will get your undivided attention and keep it. A very good one is about the history of America. It is way more than a history lesion, it exposes the corrupt government and many of the players for what they are. Get up to speed their and you will never look at the world, politicians, CIA etc etc and especially the news the same way again. It will make it so clear that they are all lying to you about everything that matters, and they could care less about every one of you because don't give a dam about you at all. CHECK OUT JOHN JUDGE!


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            • itsanuclearwar

              continued

              And your claims that chemtrails are used by the government to deflect sunlight from the earth and to cool the planet is a total fraud. First off, the chemtrails are heating up the planet. They do absolutely no cooling of the atmosphere nor anything else. They trap the heat in. The chemtrails are made up of a whole array of different elements including heavy metals and sometimes radiation. Californianative is well informed in this area and hopefully will add to this.

              I have seen you claiming the chemtrail cooling effect for quite some time now. The fact is, if/when the government is called out for their chemtrails they already know that they can and will use the same claim used by you giving them plausible deniability. It is already set up for them to do so.

              What will you do? Stick to your guns and spread dis information, admit or claim that you did not know the facts, and or will you look at the overwhelming evidence that is easy to obtain that proves that the chemtrails are used in part for weather modification and/or to poison us with heavy metals and other poisons. I'll say it again, the evidence in this matter proves as factual what I and some others on this site have been trying to to do, and that is open peoples mind and do their own research in this matter.

              TPTB having ownership of the weather and can wipe out many, quicker than they will, as it stands right now with radiation. People are dying all over the world do to their owning the…


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              • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                There are plenty of want to be experts running around claiming they know what is really going on. :)

                Those here mostly understand that something is amiss and going on most of the time somewhere, but often the specific reasons for such events and behaviors are elusive. Most are direct or compounding conspiracies.

                Reflecting the sun back to outer space may have several objectives and of course removing or trapping some heat from/in certain regional areas might shift/effect the jet stream on the fly and/or other things might be occurring with these varied weather control programs.

                Manmade Radiation Contamination is a false energy signature that is not suppose to be on this planet and at 100%+ above natural background levels I would think that massive releases should be causing problems with our weather systems. It continues to climb steadily.

                I have not seen anyone point to Nuclear as a weather problem yet, but many fingers are pointing at C02 and GHG's.

                Back in the 80's the scientists thought there was no way we could ever turn the devastation heading this way around and they might be right, but then that thought would allow them to try all kinds of experiments based on the premise of this perceived fear of what if we don't try something.

                Fear is always the great Civic Authority pusher man. :)

                We are heading towards 200 trillion in debt so our future tax money is now flying out of the public coffers at record speeds. Endless amounts of money means shit…


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          • name999 name999

            obewan…I cannot believe it but it is true. My beloved, West Coast USA on fire. Bad.


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        • Tell me about it…hack cough hack. Been thick smoke (yes pink/brown) hard to breathe here for days and a little better now. My CPU's were fluctuating higher 28-31 (that's maybe 10 more than normal background) Doesn't sound that bad but to me it means any increases (supposed still safe level) are affecting me physically and not good.

          The main WA fire's are still huge about (125 miles away thankfully), with one south of Spokane growing. They can only report 0 containment at this point but I can see the ridge much clearer now and feels like more oxygen in the breeze. Over 2000 firefighters battling the wind changes….trying to make fire eat back towards itself on the various prongs.


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        • FixItStupid FixItStupid

          @Time is short You Got It…Cooked Back up in to jet stream = Over & over They Just Can't Think? No getting away from it ever should've jumped on this with everything they had A WORLD wide just to mitigate….. hopelessly too little too late


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  • bo bo

    Pic – JR Joban line going through fukushima
    http://t.co/CbDpcpACNh


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  • 5 days after the WIPP fire, DOE hands a $2M bonus to the operators of WIPP….huhh, timing kind of suspicious, right?

    http://www.abqjournal.com/432263/news/wipp-contractor-received-19m-bonus-after-fire.html

    These scums in charge are spending your tax money. this is NOT utility money.

    And they just went to congress to get $300M to reopen this hell hole. And they got it….your money, thats a lot of money for their fuck up


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    • We Not They Finally

      I can't bear that Udall and Heinrich pushed this. Voted for them in NM. But this nullifies whatever other good they have done. How does this even help the New Mexican economy if the residents wind up dead?


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    • Sickputer

      stock typed these pixels of light:

      "they just went to congress to get $300M…"

      SP: They don't have Congress approval yet. Udall and his buddies are asking for big bucks, actually an overall pork barrel bill totalling nearly $4 billion dollars.

      http://www.tomudall.senate.gov/?p=press_release&id=1695

      SP: Amazing bill request. All these Reaganesque weapons and a Sandia Z machine, and goodies for all the New Mexico labs. When you sacrifice your state's front lawn for every nuclear dog in the country to shit on, then you expect some perks for taking the radioactive crap nobody else wanted (except Texas).

      So throw in a baker's dozen of big water projects benefiting irradiated New Mexicans in the same appropropriations bill to sweeten their stinky lawn.

      We'll see how much comes out approved. But probably 90% of it overall, 100% for WIPP. They have friends in high places.


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      • Sickputer

        Hmmm…and I just trimmed my fingernails to let me type on my phone better and I "invent" this word:

        "appropropriations".

        Yes, it is apropos that they ask for a bucketload of money for the appropriations bill. :-)

        After all, we all know that GE brings good things to life and their nuclear reactors produce electricity too cheap to meter. Or was that a damn lie from the 1950s?

        Ask the people in Fukushima…they have a GE-designed reactor (or several) that produces so much radiation it doesn't even need a dome on top. Open air ventilation courtesy of a spanking by Mother Nature. And she does know how to spank those little humans on planet earth.


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      • 52Rockwell

        God Bless Texas ,but we do some stupid s–t sometimes. That waste deal is one of em.


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    • 52Rockwell

      Seems like they make more money when they screw up. Negative incentive plan :) I dont get it ?


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  • Sickputer

    "Death ashes" is a catchy nickname for radiation fallout. Carbon forms do die from fallout despite the Holy Miracle Claims of Zero Deaths by the nucleoapes.

    Excerpt: "I do not like the idea of taking a walk in a place where I can measure more than 1μSv/h. This is a dose rate where I literally should be running away from.

    So on May 11th I was irradiated. These days, every time I go out to the countryside I get irradiated. I am starting to have the feeling that I cannot live near Tokyo any more."

    SP: It's not like we haven't warned you for 40 months. Relocate…or accept your fate. Mutant lifestyle or an early death hastened by radiation-induced illnesses. If you have the means…move far away from central Japan.


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  • jump-ball jump-ball

    Post-Disaster payouts and 'bonuses' are actually HUSH MONEY, an essential part of the cover up, and in our corrupt and inept government happen early and often.


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    • Sickputer

      Yes, they do pay reparations…for awhile. But over time the government expenses are going to be overwhelmed. It happened in Russia and it is happening in Japan. They are anxious for evacuees to get off the dole.

      The government scientists know that their land is contaminated forever. But they have an excuse…radiation is invisible. To save money, want the evacuees to go home. Of course they will sicken from radiation diseases if they enter the dead zone which continues to expand since Fukushima Daiichi is STILL emitting radiation at a steady rate into the skies and the Pacific Ocean.

      Sadness in Japan…


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  • Jebus

    The Ashes of Death Monday, Mar. 29, 1954

    The awesome effects of the March 1 thermonuclear explosion (TIME, March 22) continued to reverberate around the world. By last week the big blast had touched off an investigation in Washington, spread panic through Japan and strained U.S.-Japanese relations. The latest bad news came from a Japanese fishing boat, the Fukuryu Maru (Fortunate Dragon), which churned into its home port of Yaizu last week with more than 16,500 lbs. of radioactive tuna and shark and 23 terrified crewmen. They had reason to be frightened: all had been burned by radioactive ash, and the most severely injured men were showing a telltale decline in their white-corpuscle count, which, if not arrested, will inevitably kill them.
    By the time Japanese medical authorities were aware of what had happened, the fish in the Fortunate Dragon's hold had been sold to markets all over Japan. As the government tried to track down the dangerous fish, a wave of alarm and anger spread over Japan. The bottom dropped out of the fish market. Shops sold out their supplies of Geiger counters, and all incoming fishing boats were checked for radiation. The highly radioactive Fortunate Dragon was quarantined and the entire crew hospitalized. U.S. Ambassador John Allison offered profound official apologies, promised restitution if "the facts so warrant."
    http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,819647,00.html


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  • VyseLegendaire VyseLegendaire

    The genocide continues as the coverups get more and more blatant in proportion to depth and intractability of the morass they've gotten us into.


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  • johnnyo

    …..
    Death ashes now cling
    To everything worldwide
    Cry or hang people


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  • Jebus

    The naked emperor is insane and a criminal of humanity…

    Abe says he will see to nuclear plant restart in southwestern Japan

    TOKYO, July 19, Kyodo

    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has told business leaders in southwestern Japan that his government will see to it that a nuclear plant in the region is restarted "by some means or other," sources familiar with the matter said Saturday.

    He made the remark as an independent regulatory body continues the ongoing process of vetting the plant, and even though Abe's government has said it will leave the final decision on whether to restart Kyushu Electric Power Co.'s Sendai plant up to its operator following the Nuclear Regulatory Authority's safety review.

    "I will see to it by some means or other. I will properly deal with it," Abe was quoted by one of the sources as saying in a dinner meeting in Fukuoka Friday at which local business executives, including Kyushu Electric's chairman, voiced their hope for the reactor restart.

    http://english.kyodonews.jp/news/2014/07/302992.html

    "Madness in Japan" – SP


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    • Alan Reid Alan Reid

      I hope the population of Japan will deal with this Abe dude. A nice big crowd to hoist him up and heave him overboard. I hear tell a serious percentage of Japanese are very interested in stopping the death of the nuclear industry. Abe has his head in the radioactive clouds and i hope it costs the cult dearly. Japan is getting wise. The folk with contaminated loved ones are not too impressed and the cult cannot keep the lid on forever. I for see a Berlin wall month coming for the Abe regime. PVR? check! Internet and backup net check! spare hard drive? Check!. Now for the show….


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      • We Not They Finally

        There is nothing new about Shinzo Abe. His grandfather was apparently a notorious war criminal in WW II and the family is far-right war hawks who still think that Japan should have won. Yoichi Shimatsu marks Abe (when he was previously Prime Minister — he'a a re-run) as personally responsible for bringing (then-illegal) MOX fuel into Japan through the Cheney cabal in Texas.

        So it's actually NOT like the Japanese population can just "deal with this Abe dude." He's entrenched. It's helpful to actually study the history (I'm not an expert, but this is background) before going all "Berlin Wall." This populace is frightened and increasingly ill. It might be exceedingly difficult for them to get Abe UN-entrenched. Especially with the whole rest of the world (well including the U.S.!) cooperating with him diplomatically.


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        • Alan Reid Alan Reid

          Well entrenched is a thing. Holed up is another. Pissed off everybody is uncaring about Connections and patronage… It's an island and with an enraged population poking sticks into those hiding places Abe and his fellows are going to need choppers to flee. A tipping point is coming and i think the thinking is going to get to the 'Heads MUST Roll' no a rather mass scale if events get too much farther down the war route. I see the creep of the war agenda in Japan to drive the light from American monetary disaster and to cover the serious fiscal crisis coming to Japan just as it did for Ukraine and Europe after Chernobyl.
          If i have the numbers and facts clear enough then i fear Japan will eventually have to be evacuated after the Common Spent fuel storage unit is lost. Right now no one is demanding the CSFSU be moved to a location far enough from potential accidents to allow it to be manned and kept in shape until all the fuel is in dry casks. Because Abe is not doing this he will just have to suffer the wrath of the folk left contaminated after this one small building has burnt to a ionizing crisp. The population of Japan can sit and cook or they can grow a backbone and get to shutting this gargantuan global contamination threat down before they get their wish and see all those tons of unbelievably radioactive fuel assemblies burn into the biosphere we all live in. Hell if it gets bad enough Japan might see a international response to the threat posed by the CSFSU.


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          • Alan Reid Alan Reid

            Realistically Seeing as North America is looking down the barrel of this CSFSU gun would we not be better off to just show up and by Force get to the job of relocating that severely dangerous building to a much safer locale.


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            • You obviously do not comprehend how the USA is complicit and how the USA actually forced the BP playbook on Japan.

              I am with you on overall theory, but looking for help down a dead end path won't help.


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              • Socrates

                Yes, Stock. The "good cop" actually works with the "bad cop." The joke about one sheep remarking to the other that the sheep dog is actually working with the human comes to mind. In the movie, "Sofie's Choice," we see Sofie, played by Merryl Streep, complain to to the Captain, who pretends to be sympathetic about the cruelty of the Sargent. Then the Captain shows his true colors… likewise, the US is in cahoots with the sheep dog. The price tag approaches infinity. Who will accept responsibility for that? Maybe an "if I did it…" at best. Einstein warned 'em, but they would not listen. Nor will they listen now.

                There is no "immediate threat" to human health…. but long term effects are manifesting…. Word-smithing from a teleprompter on orders from higher up is what we see, but the truth will out. Radiation is invisible but its effects do manifest.

                Fukushima has the matériel to take down all economies and most species. Mylar tenting , boronated moderation and filtration…. all good ideas. Far too late IMHO.


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              • Alan Reid Alan Reid

                Please understand i don't expect any government action. Their work put the CSFSU death cannon on the conflict map. Government is not the way to recovery. Us lowly humans are the only force that is going to get this situation righted. There are many paths through the worst parts of this tragedy if we can just get over being cowed by the perceived power of these sick fools. Have faith. Find Real contacts outside of the controlled spaces of the NET and perhaps we can move forward and get this storage unit relocated to a much safer locale. This is simply the most important job of the human race to get done. We will have to work together and we will have to face very serious challenges but this effort is not optional for our continued residence on this planet. And this is just 5 or 6 thousand tons of reactor fuel. 200-300 tons remain to sequester.


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    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      "I will see to it by some means or other. I will properly deal with it," Abe was quoted…"

      Sounds like someone else we know who rules with the Executive Order.

      What's the point of having a Constitution when we have Kings?


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  • Japan is still daily burning more death ashes of "radioactive debris" all over Japan? A decent reason for the EPA to raise rad limits in the good ol' USA? EPA is going to close comments and raise the USA "background" radiation limits to 350 CPM. We have until August 4 to comment
    http://enformable.com/2014/07/epa-wants-opinion-well/

    An easy way to get the rad word out. We all can do this
    http://tinyurl.com/fukushimabusinesscard4u


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    • Nuclear Hotseat with EPA explanation and pic of plants growing out of black plastic bags http://www.nuclearhotseat.com/Blog/

      If page doesn't load or has issues, just "refresh".


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    • We Not They Finally

      I commented but it won't change what they are going to do. They don't seem to have any interest in protecting American citizens at all.


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    • Socrates

      Change the permissible limits…. mortality and morbidity will increase. Eating sugar,Big Macks,smoking and drinking all increase mortality and morbidity but much money is made. Pesticides, GMOs…. all work synergistically with ionizing radiation to screw up the planet and out health. But Fukushima is the "big one" for thousands of years. We have no choice in that one. The die is cast.


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    • Daisy207

      EPA will raise the limits to 350 CPM – CPM from WHAT. The limits are being set for a broad range of isotopes where a CPM reading from Pu or AM should maybe set at 1 CPM – where as for another it could be set much higher. This is just crap and they know it. Not all CPM's are equal.


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      • clamshellernh clamshellernh

        I will be gathering my research and reposting the history of our fight since the fifties , I will illustrate the numbers and the movements that were involved , I will show you that things can be done with our voices , this time however they are also using not only the health effects but the monetary results from not raising them , I posted the paragraph and stock I believe commented on it . This is a mess of a bill and they way we comment , example you can comment as much as you want .
        Also included in this bill is waste products from radiation . I have talking point printouts that talk about all this and more , go to nirs.com there's a wealth of info there . I will be putting it in the off topic nuclear issues later tonight ..
        Are you aware of the march in sept in NYC ?
        I'll be there as well as many of us here that comment and come here for information to share with others . You can contact me at be.lehman@yahoo.com if you have any questions that I may be able to answer anyone can here , what area of the country are you in? Just area not your address .
        I'm out of the north east , anyone who is please contact me soon . Put in subject line newser and let me know what you need . I'll do the best I can in hooking you up with your area contacts . Beware as the nuclear establishment are out in full force with misleading info that you need to be a smart consumer to read between the lines , they know the people are organizing and they must be on top of it . Be blessed Be


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        • 52Rockwell

          where will you post the history. I love history.


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        • Daisy207

          Clam – I live in Maine. I did comment on EPA proposed rule change. Don't know whether it will do any good – I think all the governments of the world know this situation is out of control. Thanks for all your input in this group. I think there is a rally scheduled for Boston – which would be easier for me to attend. My geiger counter gets readings up here above background when it rains and snows. I can't read alpha with my meter however. I'm making an assumption that its mostly from Tritium. So far my home grown vegetables seem OK despite the water source. I only buy locally grown vegetables, meat and dairy. I bought three cases of tuna from Sams club a couple of days after the third explosion in 2011 – its almost gone and won't be purchasing any more. Keep up the good work.
          Regards


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  • We Not They Finally

    The reporting above is just the same old tactic of piecemeal observations, try to dissociate the parts, minimize the connectedness, 2013 has nothing to do with 2011, everything is caused separately, etc.,etc. All the crap people do when they cannot, or will not, face the whole, larger, connected and continuous reality of ongoing unmitigated disaster.

    When the death toll finally gets high enough, people just maybe might begin to suspect that it was all part of the monster death spiral called Fukushima. And no degree of psychological management is going to change that.


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    • Socrates

      Right! The whole picture requires a deep understanding of the inter-connectiveness of life on this planet. Most people think of sports not ELEs. Others do worry greatly if they are on a Ph.D level or better. MSM is owned by the same transnational corporations that brought us Fukushima. Obama was not a science major. Until he admits where we are at, it will be further minimization and denial. He has both BP and Fukushima as well as the financial crashes and disastrous wars to contend with. Truth is the rarest commodity. Severe climate, drought, pestilence, war…. all coming our way.


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      • Time Is Short Time Is Short

        'All Wars Are Banker Wars'

        Former managing director of Goldman Sachs – and head of the international analytics group at Bear Stearns in London (Nomi Prins) – notes:

        Throughout the century that I examined, which began with the Panic of 1907 … what I found by accessing the archives of each president is that through many events and periods, particular bankers were in constant communication [with the White House] — not just about financial and economic policy, and by extension trade policy, but also about aspects of World War I, or World War II, or the Cold War, in terms of the expansion that America was undergoing as a superpower in the world, politically, buoyed by the financial expansion of the banking community.

        ***

        In the beginning of World War I, Woodrow Wilson had adopted initially a policy of neutrality. But the Morgan Bank, which was the most powerful bank at the time, and which wound up funding over 75 percent of the financing for the allied forces during World War I … pushed Wilson out of neutrality sooner than he might have done, because of their desire to be involved on one side of the war.

        Now, on the other side of that war, for example, was the National City Bank, which, though they worked with Morgan in financing the French and the British, they also didn’t have a problem working with financing some things on the German side, as did Chase …"

        http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2014/04/wars-bankers-wars.html

        And who finances the…


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  • razzz razzz

    Obviously TEPCO and MFX 1209 believe their own bullshit. Radioactivity is harmless so we will spread it around and dilute it within a clean environment making everything more radioactive. What doesn't kill you will make you stronger. Nuclear safety is to expensive a proposition, no sense in bothering with it after a station blackout anyway and never mind those three uncovered melted cores forever leaking into the environment. We will send you the bill while you suffer the consequences in more ways than one.

    The only thing diluted is their nuclear thinking. If radiation is at their ever changing, rising, acceptable levels and radiation poisoning of people can't be proven from a specific source then eat, drink, breathe and be merry that you bask in a radioactive world. Best thing that could ever happen to you. No need to thank us now, you can thank us later when you realize all the good we have done for mankind.


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  • Snow Snow

    They can sell their radioactive clothes as branded expensive clothes with a huge discount~!


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  • Ontological Ontological

    Rocketdyne 1959, Cs from that became atmospheric Barium in 1989, TMI 1976 Cs formed into Barium in 2006, other minor melted rod incidents, chemtrailing Barium etc. for 20 years+, dumping Cs in barrels world wide after it has decayed in 30 years adding over that time. Chernobyl 1986 Cs137 becomes Barium137 in 2 years 2016, soooo FUKU will basically turn out the lights in 2041. They debunked Carl Sagan, then mocked up a fake limited engagement war, and proudly proclaimed Nuclear Winter would never occure because there would not be sufficient atmospheric Cs137/134. It failed to mention their dumping, or other ELEments. This is getting noticeable world wide on cams, and after Chernobyl Cs137 kicks over in 2016, much of the Cs137 will become Ba137m for 153 seconds while it has a GAMMA event, then becomes "stable" Ba137. So the heat gets turned up Summer of 2016.

    Everest 29,000 feet 11/2011, Hawaii 11/2011 the sky does not lie.

    http://s1273.photobucket.com/user/CesiumSky/library/Cesium%20Sky/ELEmentSky


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  • ©DEE N AY MUTATION®

    Devil's Dust; bringing good things to death.

    Cheaper cars; radiated in Japan.


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  • Very glad to see this story revisited and followed up on. While demolition work will certainly loosen up dust an spread more radiation around, i agree with the author that this is bioaccumulation – a concept Japanese authorities want to avoid at all costs, if possible. Sadly, not only is there worldwide industry denial about the effects of manmade nuclear radiation, but, Japan is basing their expectations and projections upon the atom bombs exploded above Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which were very small in comparison to the amounts of radiation, had far fewer different radioisotopes, were diffused by being aerosolized aboveground, and was inadequately studied on the assumption that the forced spreading dispersal of radioactive particles would diminish after so many square miles, thus no testing was done outside the so-called blast zone, a relatively small area, and that testing was done by a single doctor of cases who voluntarily came forward. Anyone outside the zone was not included, nor their conditions counted in the data.


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    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      'Life after a nuclear war revealed: Computer models reveal Earth would suffer a 20-year-long winter and worldwide famine'

      Researchers from Colorado studied the effects of nuclear conflict on Earth.
      They used climate models to predict what would become of the planet
      Their research looked at the detonation of 100 'small' nuclear warheads
      In their paper they conclude humanity would have been affected for decades
      There would be worldwide famine, deadly frosts and huge ozone losses
      The results would be the death of hundreds of millions or billions.

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2699854/Life-nuclear-war-revealed-Computer-models-reveal-Earth-suffer-20-year-long-winter-worldwide-famine.html

      This research is based on:

      "The immediate result of 100 nuclear weapons roughly the size of those dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki being detonated would be the release of five megatons of black carbon into the atmosphere."


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      • Time Is Short Time Is Short

        Then look at this:

        “A recent study was prepared for Greenpeace Germany by international nuclear safety expert Dr. Helmut Hirsch. Dr. Hirsch’s assessment, based on data published by the French government’s radiation protection agency (IRSN) and the Austrian government’s Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG) found that the total amount of unstable radionuclides Iodine-131 and Caesium-137 released between March 11 and March 23 has been so high that the Fukushima crisis already equates to three INES 7 incidents.

        Release of radiation from the stricken reactors has reached 10,000 teraBequerels (10,000 trillion Bequerels) per hour, measured for radioactive Iodine-131.”

        http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24292

        “The uranium bomb which the United States dropped on Hiroshima at the end of World War II released 89 tera becquerels. It killed 140,000 people – many instantly, others within weeks of the blast as they succumbed to severe radiation burns.”

        http://voices.yahoo.com/fukushimas-nuclear-disaster-radiation-released-was-9025493.html


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        • Time Is Short Time Is Short

          Using the Greenpeace numbers – 10,000 terabecquerels per hour. (That's 10,000 trillion becquerels, or 10 petabecquerels per hour)

          The Hiroshima bomb was 89 terabecquerels of radiation.
          10,000 divided by 89 is 112.36. That's equivalent to 112.36 Hiroshima nuclear bombs worth of radiation released per hour.
          The bomb took about .0001-5 minutes to release its' radiation, but it was a one time event. Fukushima is ongoing, with the radiation being divided between oceanic and atmospheric dispersion.

          So, a rough estimate is that Fukushima is spewing the equivalent of 112 Hiroshima-type nuclear bombs worth of radiation every hour, of every day.

          That’s 981,120 atomic bombs a year going off worth of radiation into our biosphere.

          At 900 days, that's roughly the equivalent of 2,419,200 nuclear bombs that have gone off – and are still going to go off for billions of years.

          To summarize:

          10,000 divided by 89 is 112 Hiroshima bombs per hour. 2,688 every 24 hours. 981,120 per year. At 900 days after 3/11, 2,419,200 bombs worth of radiation – not including the exponential increase in core radioactivity over the next 250,000+ years.

          4,905,600 bombs worth every 5 years. 40,905,600 bombs worth every 10 years.

          All this in a planetary atmosphere 12 miles thick. With a population of 7.289 billion people whose future depends on the most fragile of DNA strands, and nowhere to hide – with no end in sight.


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  • eatliesndie eatliesndie

    …hot particles. Strewth. This makes speaking in terms of "dose"…pointless.


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  • Cisco Cisco

    Couldn't be the radiation, right!
    Katsuya Endo, the former mayor of Tomioka in northeastern Japan who was forced to evacuate the town along with his fellow residents following the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, died of gum cancer on Sunday, his family said. He was 74.

    http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/kyodo-news-international/140720/ex-fukushima-town-mayor-dies-at-74


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  • melting mermaid melting mermaid

    Where is our Nuketard? I need someone to yell at when I read something so terrible. Duh, duh, and duh. Triple meltdown =fallout. The only not being generously dispersed is the truth.


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    • melting mermaid melting mermaid

      Sorry, the only thing not…


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    • 52Rockwell

      He disappeared when I asked him what do we do with the waste .. I guess he is working on it :)


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    • Socrates

      When you have a medical doctor and a nuclear engineer discussing the matter, like Bill Deagal and Chris Harris, nuke trolls are out-classed in that conversation. Bioaccumulation and inhaled and ingested particles are the problem. It becomes a matter of biophysics and environmental vectoring. A nuclear troll is sophomoric in these conversations.


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      • melting mermaid melting mermaid

        Be nice if they spent a little less time being annoying and a lot more time cleaning up their damn dirty mess.


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      • 52Rockwell

        Thats the one thing MoFo has taught me. You dont have to have a PHD to win this argument. Just 1 question. What do we do with the waste?
        There is no sane answer at this time.
        To be honest, I was a little intimidated by MF. I mean he is a PHD, Im just a big dummie welder/machinist. But then the waste question :) 52rockwell 1 MFX 0 :0


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        • elenews

          @52Rockwell….I think you have arrived at the perfect meme for this situation. Was thinking about a prior post of yours where you said:

          "Nobody knows what to do with nuclear waste. Nobody knows what to do with nuclear waste. Nobody knows what to do with nuclear waste."

          Maybe we could plant that question. I may just order up some T-shirts with that printed on it. Plants the thought in people's minds, doesn't it?

          Yep don't need a phd to understand the implications of that question. Thanks.


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          • 52Rockwell

            I could not have done it without you. My Son and my family dont wanna hear about it. I have taught him how to use my cdv-700 geiger counter, and showed him the Potassium Iodine tabs.He is pretty smart so Im sure he understands but he just turned 21 so it is a hard thing to realize you have been cheated out of life right out of the gate.
            I have one friend who is an environmentalist(he has the sheepskin from SWT) who I can discuss it with.
            Other than that ,its just You all…Thank you


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          • 52Rockwell

            Ill Buy a couple of T,s.


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        • Socrates

          The power of common observation cannot be underestimated. I see fancy experts deconstructed in court every day. Financial biases usually reveal their true motivations. There are controversies in radiation biophysics. But raising limits means more mortality and morbidity, not "saving lives." MoFo argued that Nagasaki and Hiroshima saved lives. I have read a dozen books that dispel that notion. The use of these weapons on civilians was a shot across the bow to the Soviets. The peaceful atom was propaganda start to finish. I was there. I lived through it. I knew many of the people involved, Truman, Nixon, Eisenhower. I lived in Missouri, Nevada and Whittier. The entire history is still unfolding. The goal is full-spectrum dominance. Fission is a hangover from the candy high. They plan to cash in on their equity. They care not what the fallout is. They doth protest too much, me thinks. Use your own eyes and brain. No Ph.D is necessary.

          Oil, gas and coal suck, too. Just common sense.


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        • Common sense and love of children trumps a PhD every time.

          Just keep asking common sense questions from the HEART.. they will get confused and unable to answer..


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  • 10 to 1 a US based nuke pimp source told Japan poly-ticks that if they spread the radiation far and wide that hormesis would make their country more healthy.

    What a gift.

    Health Care is not a reasonable substitution for Health


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  • or-well

    They've been demolishing, constructing, digging, disturbing onsite almost nonstop for 3 years.
    It looks vastly different than it did post-explosions.
    To admit one particular job disbursed contamination is to effectively admit it's been happening essentially continuously.
    It reinforces why monitoring stations are built on new pads and elevated after soil from the surrounding area is removed.
    http://www.mikanblog.com/?p=1929


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  • Sickputer

    SP: The financial ramifications of a meltdown are astronomical. Trillions of US dollars in attempts to contain a single meltdown in a heavily populated region. At Fukushima they are facing the dilemma of three meltdowns and because they are clustered side-by-side within one hundred yards, the containment efforts are magnified by killer hotspots.

    Japanese officials spend a measly $1 million a day. 40 months since 311 they have discovered inside the three worst buildings (reactors 1-3) toxic human and robot death traps.

    Trying to cool those monstrously hot buildings has been an exercise in futility. The nuclear scientists are beaten and have no answers on how to do anything other than feed and bleed watering. The air and water fallout situation is dire for Japan's 40 million citizens living within a two hour car trip from the Fukushima hellhole.


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  • Sickputer

    Now the sex spammers definitely seem to be a coordinated attack on Enenews. Always popping up and cross-posting.

    Too bad the Internet is as out of control as Fukushima Daichi. Nothing can stop either one.

    I get 95% spam now on my oldest email accounts. Hard to find the pearls among the swine nowadays.


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    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      We all need to fly more, to do our duty and pay off the US National Debt:

      "Air travel in the US is set to become more expensive beginning next week – but airline profits and jet fuel costs aren't to blame this time. Instead, the price hike will come as a result of a TSA fee increase.

      The Transportation Security Administration’s fee – known as the ‘Civil Aviation Security’ or the ‘9/11 Security’ fee – helps fund the agency. But according to the budget agreement that reopened the federal government after its October shutdown, the fee will increase to as much as $22.40 per trip. That money will go to the US Treasury to help pay the federal deficit, which is estimated to be $649 billion in 2014."

      http://rt.com/usa/172744-tsa-security-fee-rises/

      $649 billion divided by $22.40= You better book now!!!!! Call Shatner!!!


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  • http://www.aol.com/article/2014/07/21/3-teens-held-in-albuquerque-homeless-killings/20934127/?ncid=txtlnkusaolp00000058

    Does radiation make people violent and pychopathic, or do the violent and pyschopathetic migrate towards radiation?


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  • Socrates

    I listened to Deagal and "Harris'" broadcast several times. I studied Fukushima for over three years. Magwood says that it cannot be fixed, yet sells this technology abroad. In exchange for profits, the same or similar risks will be taken. It is not a question of "if", just "when" and how many and how large magnitude nuclear catastrophic events will occur. Nuclear power has infinite failure modes with ensuing escape of radionuclides from containment; just as night follows day. Where there is a profit, that activity will continue. Governments are controlled those who profit more than the low-information voters.

    They will gamble so long as they are subsidized, immunized from liability, and in cohoots with military, and so long as they control the mainstream media and universities.

    The problem is worldwide. Like Monsanto controls food, the pronukes and gas and oil guys control the governments and international regulators.

    What hell do I know? No use being educated because these guys know the score; they get the profits and we get a ruined environment; we care and they don't. It is that simple. Money has no conscience. The commies did it, too. It is really the limitations of our species in that we have technology but lack wisdom. We allow profits to control the world. Slavery, prostitution, pollution, etc. are all made inevitable with a predatory system. Check out morality on Wall Street and get back to me.


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  • ftlt

    Has anyone posted up an independent "current" contamination map of Honshu. Not the official ones.

    Thanks


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  • MF started with the "he worked at company where steam explosion killed coworkers at lunch room at other plant" story.

    That showed MF as socref. Now that he is positively identified, I wonder if he will try to fade away.

    He did help pull out a lot of new anti nuclear activists.


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    • 52Rockwell

      I bet he is the same one who shows up at the Wipp Town Hall meetings trying to get the mod to boot us :)


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    • zogerke zogerke

      Stock, it does seem like mf 1, 2, and 3 were just newer clones to socref 0.0.

      However the clues and points to particular people….like ron k…..i am not sure about. Almost feel when it is that easy to find info about the troll psuedo identity, it might be a honey trap set up to ensnare any naive poster
      here who might act rash headedly. In thatpwrsons direction. And thus snare the website as well. Andanything personal the troll says may be a ruse to encourage links and collect IPs, or misdirect, or ensnare some other way. Its not that bright, just persistent and malevolent, and totally slimy and convoluted.

      All that makes me think, it could be back again and we should be alert to any persistent poster from within the nuke fold…..


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  • califnative califnative

    Rad tests WERE done by the DOE in April 2011 http://www.osti.gov/scitech/biblio/1067353 The Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) performed analyses on samples received from Japan in April, 2011 as part of a U.S. Department of Energy effort to provide assistance to the government of Japan, following the nuclear event at Fukushima Daiichi, resulting from the earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011. Of particular concern was whether it was safe to plant rice in certain areas (prefectures) near Fukushima. The primary objectives of the sample collection, sample analysis, and data assessment teams were to evaluate personnel exposure hazards, identify the nuclear power plant radiological source term and plume deposition, and assist the government of Japan in assessing any environmental and agricultural impacts associated with the nuclear event. SRNL analyzed approximately 250 samples and reported approximately 500 analytical method determinations. Samples included soil from farmland surrounding the Fukushima reactors and air monitoring samples of national interest, including those collected at the U.S. Embassy and American military bases. Samples were analyzed for a wide range of radionuclides, including strontium-89, strontium-90, gamma-emitting radionuclides, and plutonium, uranium, americium and curium isotopes. Technical aspects of the rapid soil and air filter analyses will be described.

    Full Text with results: http://sti.srs.gov/fulltext/SRNL-STI-2012-00704R1.pdf


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  • Maybe we can recruit these shills and trolls as double agents..

    We can take up a collection and offer him 2x the amount they are paying him per post..

    He can keep their money, but then work with us as well.


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  • danger kitty danger kitty

    Teri- I am an arborist living and working in Southern California foothills. Fire country. According to research, pine is 1 of the trees that bio accumulate cesium at high rate. No links, but I recall Scientific American did an article about the pine forests around Chernobyl.
    I cut wood every day and I can tell you the sawdust blowback hitting my forehead burns my flesh. Didn't used to be that way.
    So its no joke my friend stay out of the smoke as much as possible. And for removal of cesium from your soil, do a search on bioremediation and or oyster mushrooms. No digging up the soil let the mushroom roots do the work. Then dispose of the mushrooms don't eat them. Might have to pay a toxic waste disposal fee. Bill TEPCO & take em to small (medium?) claims court.


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    • zogerke zogerke

      Danger kitty- I can't speak tothe cesium but i can speak directly to the pine dust burning you.

      See this MSDS sheet for pine dust, look at section six:
      http://www.northforkvalleyproject.com/wp-content/docs/PineSawdustMSDS.pdf
      Pine dust (and the wood of several trees) are sesitizers. A sensitizer is somting that brings on an allergic type reaction after a while- even if the stuff never bothered you before. Your exposure level goes over a certain threshold and you have become sensitized to the reactie chemical coompounds in the pine. Remember pine tar and pine oils come from pine and they can be harsh. You have developed a common occupational reaction to the trees you are trimming and working with. Speak to a local occ safety doc and they will help you out.
      As to whether it is cesium too, I cannot say or rule out. But it sounds like pine or other sawdust sensitization.

      I


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  • zogerke zogerke

    sensitizers (typos above)


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  • I tested some fresh garden zucchini 2 days ago.

    it decreased the reading, nice, negative radiation. All joking aside the reading with Zucc on the plate was less than the plate itself. Took me a while to wrap my head around that one.

    And the wet Zucc test was better shield than the completely dry Zucc test.But even the dry Zucc was better than the plate.

    Got it now folks? The plate was 3 times air background. Time to get some a new plate. The effed me up, haven't done a proper test on a low rad plate.

    The totally dry Zucc improving the click count but not as much as the wet leave it to speculation…there is definitely beta and perhaps some gamma

    For further testing I could put 3 CM of water above the plate, that should stop all the beta, and then do comparisons to other step and see if I think there is gamma.

    Better yet…work on other shite, and get rid of those freakin plates!


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  • danger kitty danger kitty

    z- thanks, other woods are doing weird things though, too. Will elaborate more later. And I WILL have some tested for cesium.
    BTW … What IS the tree species in your avatar? It makes my fingers curl around my climbing rope.


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