Kyoto-area Professor: “I can’t believe this is going on! This is a nightmare” — “I’m just afraid this has dealt a near-fatal blow to Japan” — “Japan has lost its future” (VIDEO)

Published: October 4th, 2011 at 10:44 am ET


SOURCE: Coast To Coast AM, September 29, 2011

Frank E. Daulton, Ph.D. — Professor of Economics and Linguistics at Ryukoku University in Kyoto — interviewed by Linda Moulton Howe.

At 11:55 in

In  my family, we don’t eat fish anymore. My wife is Japanese. My children have grown up as Japanese. For Japanese people to stop eating fish is a huge adjustment. Just as 9/11 changed everything – especially in the United States – 3/11 that happened ten years later – 3/11 has changed everything in Japan. And I’m just afraid this has dealt a near-fatal blow to Japan. Japan will never be the same.

At 15:15 in

In a really tragic sense, Japan has lost its future. I can’t believe this is going on! This is a nightmare that you think you can just wake up from.

Listen to full interview here.

See also: Japan Professor: Gov’t afraid to tell truth — Radiation 10 times higher than officials claim on Sept. 30 near Kyoto, 500 km from meltdowns


Published: October 4th, 2011 at 10:44 am ET


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106 comments to Kyoto-area Professor: “I can’t believe this is going on! This is a nightmare” — “I’m just afraid this has dealt a near-fatal blow to Japan” — “Japan has lost its future” (VIDEO)

  • ocifferdave

    That sounds like a really good interview (that I can’t listen to right now). Anybody here hear the whole thing and can add some more insight for us read only types?

    • Whoopie Whoopie

      You must listen. Seriously. About half way through they go into something else but the 1st half is very important. Basically lies, coverup ect.

    • Anthony Anthony

      It is everything we have posted here ocifferdave. It is a American born Japanese based father talking about the depth of the coverup, his test results showing high radiation contamination and its far spread nature, food contamination, collective denial and eventual evacuation of Japan and the need to do so before the crush to get out happens. He eludes to believing it may be a fatal blow to Japan as a country.
      I think he is right and thank him for breaking the silence and bringing the truth to light.

      • ocifferdave

        Thanks, big A!

      • westcoastgirl westcoastgirl

        Wow, the news from Japan just keeps getting worse and worse…I saved the page to investigate later…

        I’ve been testing the rain in Marin county; lows of 0.21 mcSV per hour, and highs of 0.46 mcSV per hour…not extreme, but still pretty high…I’d suggest you stay out of the rain…

  • emac2

    Any theories on how the meltdown might have caused the first recorded northern hemisphere ozone hole?

    It seems unlikely that it’s appearance in April of this year is a coincidence.

    It isn’t possible that the meltdown put out so much material that it caused a volcano like cooling in the upper atmosphere is it?

    • Anthony Anthony

      I think this theory is on track. I also think we are about to learn how the ozone layer protected us on Earth as well. I’ve believe it is going to get hard to breathe without the ozone too. I think the men who fucked this planet up should be relieved of their duties and command. They have proven to be poor leaders and decision makers. They have destroyed our planet’s composition and I believe Earth has a serious chance of becoming uninhabitable in the near future.

      If the justification for Nuclear has been the avoidance of global warming, the radiation releases have quickened the pace of that warming, through the *melting* perhaps of the atmosphere by probably hundreds, maybe thousands of years.

      The ozone problem is no coincidence. It is a cause and effect.

    • enemoe

      I do not think it is possible that the explosions we saw put enough material in the atmosphere to cause a cooling. Nor do I think there is evidence that the types of materials ejected in the explosions would be the type to cause ozone damage.

      Look at eruptions which have cause global temperature changes, Pinatubo (10 cubic km) and Tambora (100 cubic km) for example. The amount of material vaporized and shot directly into the upper atmosphere is immense. Even if we vaporized the entire Dai-ichi plants and shot them into the stratosphere, it would probably not even be as much material as a more minor eruption, like St. Helens (1 cubic km).

      • Anthony Anthony

        ***Some degree of ozone loss above the Arctic, and the formation of the Antarctic ozone hole, are annual events during the poles’ respective winters. They are driven by a combination of cold temperatures and lingering ozone-depleting pollutants. [North vs. South Poles: 10 Wild Differences]

        The reactions that convert less reactive chemicals into ozone-destroying ones take place within what is known as the polar vortex, an atmospheric circulation pattern created by the rotation of the Earth and cold temperatures. This past winter and spring saw an unusually strong polar vortex and an unusually long cold period.

        This year’s record vortex persisted over the Arctic from December to the end of March, and the cold temperatures extended down to a remarkably low altitude, the researchers write.

        At altitudes of about 11 to 12 miles (18 to 20 kilometers), more than 80 percent of the ozone present in January had been chemically destroyed by late March.***

        • Anthony Anthony

          ***80% of the ozone present in January had been CHEMICALLY DESTROYED by LATE MARCH***

          Perhaps the conditions were ripe and PUSHED over the edge by the radiation emissions.

          Far fetched? Radiation transforms what it contacts at the molecular level. Chemicals are not immune to radiation’s effects.

          • enemoe

            Yes, I think far fetched. For those explosions, relatively minor in amount of material ejected, to circulate to the poles and destroy 80% of the ozone layer in a week. Far fetched.

            This type of speculation detracts from the real dangers, honestly. Where was the Arctic ozone hole in 1986?

          • Anthony,
            Hole in ozone over northern hemisphere in 2011 largest ever seen
            Oct 3, 2011
            ARCTIC – A huge hole that appeared in the Earth’s protective ozone layer above the Arctic in 2011 was the largest recorded in the northern hemisphere, though the sudden appearance of the hole was not due to man-made causes, scientists said in a report on Monday. The ozone layer high in the stratosphere acts like a giant shield against the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation, which can cause skin cancer and cataracts. Since the 1980s, scientists have charted the size of …

          • Sir keekotin

            Oh dear. Here we go again with the nonsense. Let’s see now, where have I seen this topic before? Oh yeah, 2005;


            And 1999-2000. And the world completely failed to end. Sorry! In fact everything was back to normal in a few years. Well since the environuts have lost the polar bear debate, I guess now we have to worry about the big bad Northern Ozone Hole coming and killing us in our sleep. But hey make up your mind, is this Arctic cold snap caused by fukushima or global warming too, or what?

            And I’m not even getting into that retarded “fukushima meltdown causes earthquakes”-thingy you have going on.

        • westcoastgirl westcoastgirl

          I’m inclined to believe that the accident had something to do with this…we really have no idea what the repurcussions of this accident are, since something this drastic has never happened before.

          And I am convinced at this point that reactor 3 was a nuclear explosion, not hydrogen. It’s hardly been addressed in the MSM, and we really don’t know what the consequences of that explosion are….such as where the plutonium went…

          • Sir keekotin

            Dear westcoastgirl;

            “I’m inclined to believe…”

            How about if you try applying your brains and not going with feelings and faith? It’s called logical thinking and I’ve heard it’s quite useful, one doesn’t need to do the leaps of blind faith!

            “since something this drastic has never happened before. ”

            Wrong. Chernobyl is still many magnitudes worse than Fukushima AT THIS POINT of the disaster. It could get worse than chernobyl, but it isn’t quite there yet, the measure being radiation released.

          • StPaulScout StPaulScout

            Sir Keekotin – If you consider that the cores from 3 reactors have either exploded out of their containments or melted thru and are now burning themselves ever deeper into the ground under the reactors then the total amout of radioactivity released is hundreds of orders of magnitude larger at Fukushima than at Chernobyl. The spent fuel pools, just one of which containes more radioactive shit than the entire Chernobyl site, have been photographed and appear to be empty. You a major GE stock holder or something?

      • emac2

        I don’t have a clue how anything in the release would effect ozone or cooling but in terms of greenhouse effects you have some chemicals that are thousands of times more effective at blocking heat then others.

        While the volume of what went into the atmosphere might be insignificant compared to a volcano The fact that it wasn’t rocks and dirt changes everything. I would also think that a smaller local weather event is much less then the worldwide weather changes you would get from a major eruption anyway.

        I’m not making an argument for a connection. The timing just seems interesting and an injection of particles into the atmosphere would seem a reasonable reason for cooling in an area downwind during the event.

        • enemoe

          The cooling took place from December to March, if you read the article Anthony posted…. I guess there might be neutrinos involved, going back in time?

  • Anthony Anthony

    For me this video is the writing on the wall. I hope Japan doesn’t take the rest of us down with them. We will inherit this problem one day as well as deal with our own.

  • goathead goathead

    This link explains an alternative version of what caused the initial explosions at Fukushima no.1!!
    Freaky stuff!

    • Whoopie Whoopie

      I read that the other day. It’s something we must consider. Know why? IT’S PROBABLY TRUE!!

    • tomb1

      Nice story. Not a single source for it.

      The explosion was not in the SFP. If so, it would have been directed. But it wasn’t.

      H2 can be very powerful. And: The explosion was not that powerful as it seems. The building was very light.

    • radegan

      It did, Dave. That sniggering bastard should be hanged, drawn and quartered. Too bad she didn’t have a few quarts of Fukushima Milk to hand them right then, and demand they drink it down on camera if it’s so safe.

    • Finch Finch

      I think I have to throw up. How fucking long does it take until people wake up from their narcotic slumber???

      • Elenin Velikovsky Elenin Velikovsky

        Finch, nice Pic!
        OK! Ready?
        You and Me are the crisis managers, so here we go…
        You and Me! Let’s make a quick plan…
        Do we really Want a whole lot of people to
        “wake up from their narcotic slumber???”…
        on Our watch? WTF we gonna Doo with ’em, when they
        charge our doors, demanding answers, demanding
        reparations, demanding that their entire fantasy-life
        be Validated? Throwing Tantrums?
        The Escape from the Saigon Embassy…remember those
        harrowing, haunting films, as the Choppers left many
        behind? Pandemonium…

      • Have to take away their narcotics first. Bad news …football season just started and the talking-head politicos are already on the campaign trail so, at least in Amerika, it’s going to be awhile yet. Barring a major ‘accident’ on homeland soil, of course. Not even sure that will work.

        • ocifferdave

          I’ll bet you $10 that a major nuclear accident in North America (Canada or USA) wont wake us up. Bad as in as bad as Chernobyl.

          • I’ll double that and add it to the ‘bet OD is correct pot’ for those who think not.

            Thank you for the prayers, Elenin. Not overly religious here, but figure it can’t hurt for blessing the indoor garden plots. Must frustrate the heck out of God, peering at the monkeys bumbling about. At least we have the good ene folks trying like mad to get the rad word out.

        • Elenin Velikovsky Elenin Velikovsky

          Yeah, Chem…
          I’m facing my own humble reality, in awe of such
          characters as anne, posting all her knowledge and citations
          about health, nutrition, herbs and all.
          I’m looking at the end of supplies we take for granted.
          City planning has taken electricity for Granted.
          Nuke plants….everybody has detailed the ridiculous
          reality that all our vaunted engineering prowess
          reduced us to this totally stupid Monkey-doomed society.
          Not even a basic passive-collapse design!
          Not even a Passive waste-heat-to-steam-electricity
          feature, like some other designs had, to save the cores.
          We’re gonna run out of good Vitamin-C, and Chlorella,
          and, and, and…
          Oh well…attachment causes suffering.
          How Nice to Know, or as Fred Hammond says:
          Oh what Peace
          it is to Know,
          that He is Wherever i Go,
          Wherever i Go!
          A Great song called “Dwell”, on the album,
          “In the Spirit of David”…
          “….In my Savior’s Love there’s Safety,
          and there is no Other Place than Him
          I Dwell…”

          • ocifferdave

            Good comment. +1

          • Elenin Velikovsky Elenin Velikovsky

            Bless You Dave…
            I bet you’re too busy to get any reading time?
            I recommend
            Farnham’s Freehold
            very appropriate to the Times.
            So truthful it is nearly on banned non-PC lists.
            He gets a little weird for normal social discourse,
            facing very harsh survival facts.
            I hope your kids have some good doggies to wrassle around!

          • ocifferdave

            I’m too busy to get any reading done. I miss good books like Brave New World, Animal Farm, 1984, Lord of the Rings, The Dark Tower series, etc. Has anyone here read Atlas Shrugged? I hear its a good one, too.

          • so much reading, so little time. At the moment, this is as far as i can get

          • Whoopie Whoopie

            READ THE KEY A TRUE ENCOUNTER by Whitley Strieber. I just got it and the 1st chapter is blowing my mind.

        • westcoastgirl westcoastgirl

          Great comments, chemfood…where are you, by the way?

  • CB CB

    Bout damn time, good on you Coast to Coast and Linda.

  • Whoopie Whoopie

    Trolls all over it like white on rice.
    Hushmail is a quick easy way to join HP
    We (JAPAN REG’S) have a few MIA which I knew was coming in advance.
    So please join the FUN!

  • I am a well educated, bright individual. I always try to listen to the Coast to Coast headlines at least. My news intake isn’t complete without it. That show does have some weirdo’s on it. ( the man who thinks he is a horse comes to mind ) However weaved into the tin foil hat material are truths. I think this is the only way they can present such truths in a mainstream market. The Kyoto area professor is a real person reporting real events in Japan. Coast to Coast has one of the largest if not the largest audience of any American radio show. This too is proof people don’t trust mainstream news and are looking for something else. Listen to the interview.
    Boycott Mainstream Media. Especially Television.
    I don’t have one. People watching TV are dis-engaged from life, like a junkie nodding off.

    Boycott anything supporting Japan or nuclear. Vote with your pocket book. Don’t think if a nuclear disaster happens in your country you will be treated any different then the poor Japanese. Japan is a proving ground for the nuclear spin doctors.

  • StillJill StillJill

    And,…to borrow O’Rilley’s line,…”The SPIN STOPS HERE”,….at enenews! 🙂

  • Elenin Velikovsky Elenin Velikovsky

    But Whoopie! Also, if you know somebody with
    Full version Adobe Acrobat, you can copy, paste,
    even re-edit a New .pdf from the original you open therein.
    “At Hah-Vuhd,
    we do Not end a sentence with a Preposition!….”

  • Anthony Anthony

    Japan Trade Minister Resigns: Yoshio Hachiro Leaves Over Nuclear Crisis Gaffe

    ****Noda, Hachiro and other government ministers were visiting the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant Thursday when Hachiro made his verbal gaffe. He called the desolate evacuation zone around the plant “a town of death” and later told reporters he just meant to convey the seriousness of the situation and his commitment to decontaminate it so residents can return.****

    • Anthony Anthony

      ****Sweating heavily under intense questioning by reporters, Hachiro said the remarks “rubbed the feelings of Fukushima people the wrong way” but that he did not intend to be hurtful.

      He explained that his words were his honest impression of the area around the plant.****

      • Anthony Anthony

        ****People affected by the disasters, political opponents and even members of the ruling Democrats had strongly criticized his remark.****

        So the people of Japan would rather NOT hear the truth? They’d rather be ignorant of the reality of the situation? Really?

  • Linda Moulton Howe’s website, this page contains interview, pictures and article of the interview this thread is about.

  • Elenin Velikovsky Elenin Velikovsky

    She Drinks,
    and she Talks,
    just a little
    Too Loud…
    ….Conway Twitty

  • James Tekton James Tekton

    Hey! When I read this headline, that’s what we were saying too!!

    “I can’t believe this is going on! This is a nightmare” What everyone with any mind left should ALL be saying. The trouble is, what to do? Where to go in a crashing dying america?

    Apparently, the world is fast asleep as the train is speeding off the cliff. Who cares, and me, me, and me is the prevailing american attitude. Well, to those that have kept the faith will come the righteous rewards, and to those who have contributed to this nightmare either through negligence, malfeasance, or complicity of this horrendous life killing Event, er, rather more properly, EVENTS that are ongoing and may have been ongoing pre-fukushima, but who cares to notice now as this “nightmare” continues one day at a time un abated…your day is coming too.

    So like today, here on this effected part of the planet, COLORADO, it has been raining since around 4-5 am. Looking through the weather report, which is a marker outline of a square on the window, it is still raining in sheets and sheets. Not even thinking about the garden now.

    We managed to get a little homework done and you can go see the latest videos over at the U-tube page here.:

    These videos are for sharing world wide. They are only the tip of the iceberg as far as what is still to come. There are no doubt going to be many more reports coming as this thing gets worse and worse as each day passes.

    Yes, a nightmare indeed.

    Please wake me up now and lets go to the next movie.

  • Elenin Velikovsky Elenin Velikovsky

    James!! 900 MilliSievert Durango Colorado!
    I sure wish there was some kind of corroborative
    (I Love that word, Corroborative!) Evidence, some
    other detectors showing confirming results….
    I’d like to see this on TV….how about 4-corners area
    TV for the ABQ stations?
    If those are actual Levels, I guess you’re not going
    to be Wiping too many windshields from now on
    without leaded gloves?
    Praise Yahshua, the Time is Near.
    “Then shall your Light-
    Break Forth as the Light of Morning-
    “God our Creator, how Excellent Thy Name Is!
    in all the Nations!,
    Thou fill-est Hev’n with Thy GLO-O-RY!”

    • James Tekton James Tekton


      It would be comforting to see that this is not right.

      This is why we are seeking others with the same instrument to chime in with more readings. Believe it or not, when asking around so many months ago if any one had detection equipment, the surprising answers were no, and that included many govt and local govt agencies.

      Yeah…more input for sure….please!

      Meanwhile it rains and it is going to freeze in the next few days and well…so much for this years garden…and to think of all the good foods that went to waste is a sin.

      I know, maybe we can send our foods to Japan! Yeah….

      • uhoh


        Your videos are heart-wrenching. I live on a few acres in the country that I’ve always referred to as “my little piece of heaven on earth”. This year for the 1st time I was able to plant a garden. It’s been wonderful watching everything grow from seed then picking and eating fresh foods like that. I was able to acquire a geiger counter. So far the background radiation hasn’t been too bad and none of the garden produce has tested above background by any significant level. I’m located in northwest Pennsylvania much closer to the east coast than the west. So far I’ve been “luckier” than you but I know its just a matter of time before I’m in the same situation. I’m in the Lake Erie snow belt. It’s nothing for us to get a foot or two of snow overnight. Some winters the snow starts flying the end of December and we don’t get a total melt-off until the end of March. If Taco’s right about the snow, this will be one heck of a radioactive winter! It’s heartbreaking to hear what your going through. For what its worth — I feel your pain. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers ……….

  • Whoopie Whoopie

    I don’t care for their Music but this just came through a Tweet:
    They do seem like a dedicated group and want to “scream4truth” about Fukushima Japan. Good for them.

    • Whoopie Whoopie

      Be sure to watch the Video. Subtitles included.

      • Whoopie Whoopie

        “In a situation where you don’t know what is true or not, what is the best course of action to take”
        “It seems like you can’t do anything”
        “When your guided down the wrong path, you can’t just stay SILENT”
        “It’s always been this way but I feel that now more than ever, Japan is a country filled with lies”
        “In order to stop this situation from getting any worse than it is, I think now is the time for us to learn and spread the truth”

  • Whoopie Whoopie

    Atoms just posted a link to a Poll that was conducted here in the USA about Nuclear Plants.
    “US support for nuclear power remains high”
    I told him: “Those numbers will change. We aren’t even close to the effects hitting here yet, which imo will happen come this fall/winte­r. THEN you’ll see those poll numbers quite different. I never believe polls anyway. They tend to be skewed.
    Who’d they poll? People up in Alaska, down in Texas or Virgin Islands? Did they poll in Calif or any of the other places where these plants are having problems? I doubt it”
    SPIN IT ALL YOU WANT ATOMS. You guys act desperate to me. 🙂

  • Elenin Velikovsky Elenin Velikovsky

    Sounds like you need some excitement, Whoop!
    As your Full Service Concierge,
    I’m Sure we can arrange some nice little discreet
    therapy session! A-Lo-HAAAAAA!
    (He Takes two knees…)

  • WindorSolarPlease

    Quote: “I’m just afraid this has dealt a near-fatal blow to Japan” — “Japan has lost its future”

    This is a blow Globally that will effect people.

    Maybe it’s time to get suited up in radiation gear when going outside just to wake people up. Can you imagine seeing people walking around in full gear?

  • Sickputer

    Whoopie types: Who’d they poll?

    SP: Even without knowing the demographics of the respondees, we do have one clue: they probably only called land lines. Or if they did include cell phone users they may have offered a $10 stipend. This could affect answers.

    Also…Land line users who only use that type of service (no cell phone) only represent 6% of phone users in America. So am I surprised they got the results they were paid well to “find”? I am surprised they didn’t find even higher numbers of nuclear cheerleaders. 😉

    • Oh yeah your ever lovin Prez has tied up nuclear as some sort of green plan to combat global warming.
      Plans on building more nukes to combat pollution?
      Ill informed well meaning souls will vote for nuclear.
      Cigarettes. Take a real Canadian cigarette bought in Canada light it up then take a Winston or whatever American cigarette light it up and place both in an ash tray. Canadian cigarette will burn slower and go out. American smoke will burn faster and continue burning to the filter. Its not the tobacco that will kill you but the additives they put into it. Another scam. Tobacco more addictive then heroin. But its legal. What is this war on drugs about anyway? Pre US invasion of Afghanistan that country supplied 5% of worlds heroin. After invasion and now Afghanistan supplies 90% of worlds heroin. Afghanistan, the war for drugs. I love American people but your government is pure evil.

      • Elenin Velikovsky Elenin Velikovsky

        Yes…it is interesting to learn Just How Much of
        World Conflicts are driven by a high-demand product.
        The Brits doped-up the Chinese Port Cities, got ’em
        hooked, and controlled their opium supply, getting
        the Royal Family nice and Rich. We call it “The Opium Wars”.
        A great flick for ya, Mark:
        The Sand Pebbles, with Steve McQueen and Richard Crenna
        and squeaky-clean Candice Bergen. Symbolic Name and
        Not for Kids! Violence.

    • Whoopie Whoopie

      One last check before bed, I’ll bring you what
      Michael Mann=Nuclear Troll said about the Poll:
      “The sample group lives within 10 miles of a nuclear power plant and has no immediate family member working at a nuclear power plant. The 300 polled around my power plant were 96% in favor of nuclear power. That is good news!”
      BALONEY. If I had the energy Sickputer, I’d post your comment to his. But I don’t care at this time. 🙂 Tired. Night all.

      • Whoopie Whoopie

        OUTNOW on same thread:

        “Cell phones will all have radiation detectors in the future. Click, click goes the rain. I’m listening right now. Oh, yes, that was from the cosmic radiation and the above-the-­ground testing, which is true in large part. Every little bit hurts however.

        Radon is a chief offender. There are many other offenders. The radiation load is increasing­. Some is a natural increase; some isn’t.

        Certain microbes evolved during a period of high cosmic radiation; man evolved during a period of a lesser level”
        Hear hear!!

  • Sickputer

    Ocd write: Has anyone here read Atlas Shrugged?

    SP: it’s a good read although the ending monster monologue can get a bit tedious. Try her first book before you take on that monster tome. I like The Fountainhead maybe a little better than Atlas Shrugged. A quote that rings true 68 years later:

    “That’s the trouble with victims – they don’t even know they’re victims, which is as it should be, but it does become monotonous and take half the fun away. You’re such a rare treat – a victim who can appreciate the artistry of its own execution…”

    • Elenin Velikovsky Elenin Velikovsky

      My Dad was into it as a Libertarian-
      kinda “Enlightened Free Enterprise”, idealist,
      Intellectual Grist for the Mill.

  • This is one of the most painful enenews items ever and I have remarked at discuss-Kosi at googlegroups of the impending extinction level events if the pied pipers were to lead the leaders of policy of the governments as per the Conclusions of the expert committee on Fukushima. See
    Truth is, falsehood is never.
    Given enough time modern civilization will destroy itself- Mahatma Gandhi (1908)

  • Elenin Velikovsky Elenin Velikovsky

    Kumar! Thank You….and, if I follow your Dam Surge
    writings correctly, we have not had significant release
    of the stressors, as indicated by the number of regular
    seismic events recorded daily?
    We are in for, as one colloquialism puts it:
    Ass Over Teakettle! or Rumble-Tumble Rock’n’Roll!
    Discussions have been wild about
    the phenomenon of “liquefaction”….there need not be
    any Water present, No?…the very rock strata will
    disintegrate given the right frequencies and amplitudes.
    Thank You again for your Good Work, Mr. K….!

  • 残り物には福がある。

  • StillJill StillJill

    Yeah,….talk about becoming a big fish in a little ocean?

    “All things work out to the good, for those who love Him”. This is gonna work out nicely!