“Shocking how many people died in Fukushima” — Cremated bodies of Fukushima radiation workers found near plant — “Such a high rate of cancer” being detected in Fukushima children (VIDEOS)

Published: March 14th, 2016 at 10:36 am ET


AP, Mar 10, 2016 (emphasis added): Fukushima ‘Decontamination Troops’ Often Exploited, Shunned — The ashes of half a dozen unidentified laborers ended up at a Buddhist temple in this town just north of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant… They were simply labeled “decontamination troops” — unknown soldiers in Japan’s massive cleanup campaign to make Fukushima livable again five years after radiation poisoned the fertile countryside… One laborer… said he was instructed never to talk to reporters… Minutes after chatting with some workers in Minamisoma, Associated Press journalists received a call from a city official warning them not to talk to decontamination crews… [W]orkers have developed diabetes, cerebral and respiratory problems… local hospital intern Toyoaki Sawano said in a medical magazine last month… Hideaki Kinoshita, a Buddhist monk who keeps the unidentified laborers’ ashes at his temple [said] “There is no end to this job… Five years from now, the workers will still be around. And more unclaimed ashes may end up here.”

Mainichi, Mar 7, 2016: Experts divided on causes of high thyroid cancer rates among Fukushima children — A total of 166 children in Fukushima Prefecture had been either diagnosed with thyroid cancer or with suspected cases of cancer… “Compared to the estimated prevalence rates based on the country’s statistics on cancer, which are shown in data including regional cancer registration, the level of thyroid cancer detection is several dozen times higher (in children of Fukushima Prefecture),” said the final draft for the interim report compiled by the prefectural government’s expert panel on Feb. 15… [T]wo teams both concluded that the number of cancer cases found in Fukushima children was “about 30 times” that of national levels [and] agree that the “30 times higher (than the national occurrence rates)” is unexplainable. At the moment, the most likely theories for such a high rate of cancer detection are the “overdiagnosis theory” held by [the team led by Shoichiro Tsugane, a member of the Fukushima government’s expert panel] and the “radiation effect theory” that [the team led by Okayama University professor Toshihide Tsuda] supports… Tsugane is not completely denying the effects of radiation in children’s cancer… [Tsuda] argues that radiation exposure is the main cause of the high prevalence of cancer in children [and] because the spread of cancer cells to lymph nodes and other tissues could be seen in 92 percent of patients, Tsuda believes that overdiagnosis makes up 8 percent of the patients at most…

RT, Mar 11, 2016: Shocking how many people died in Fukushima‘ – documentary director… Authorities in Japan want locals to think “nothing happened,” documentary director Jeffrey Jousan told RT. “The government prints the number of people who died as a result of the 2011 disaster in the newspapers… the (death toll) amounts to 300-400 people in each prefecture, but in Fukushima it is over 8,000 people It is shocking… to see [how] many people have died in Fukushima”… [I]t is still unclear how many people have succumbed to or suffer from radiation-caused cancer diseases directly linked to the crippled plant.

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Published: March 14th, 2016 at 10:36 am ET


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    Nuclear 'Shock' Video

    Published on Dec 11, 2015. Bizarre animals left behind, tortured liquidators, deadly radiation, abandoned babies, and radioactive reindeer… Dark5 presents 5 nightmare fuel photos from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

    Millions have seen this..you have been warned.


    • razzz razzz

      In GOM's video link, one graphic says Chernobyl is estimated to have released 400 times the fission products the Hiroshima bomb released.

      'Hiroshima Bombing'

      "…The release at 08:15 (Hiroshima time) went as planned, and the Little Boy containing about 64 kg (141 lb) of uranium-235 took 44.4 seconds to fall from the aircraft flying at about 31,000 feet (9,400 m) to a detonation height of about 1,900 feet (580 m) above the city.[129][130][131] Enola Gay traveled 11.5 mi (18.5 km) before it felt the shock waves from the blast.[132]

      Due to crosswind, the bomb missed the aiming point, the Aioi Bridge, by approximately 800 ft (240 m) and detonated directly over Shima Surgical Clinic[133] at 34.39468°N 132.45462°E. It created a blast equivalent to 16 kilotons of TNT (67 TJ), ± 2 kt.[130] The weapon was considered very inefficient, with only 1.7% of its material fissioning.[134] The radius of total destruction was about 1 mile (1.6 km), with resulting fires across 4.4 square miles (11 km2).[135]

      People on the ground reported seeing a pika or brilliant flash of light followed by a don, a loud booming sound.[136] Some 70,000–80,000 people, of whom 20,000 were soldiers, or around 30% of the population of Hiroshima, were killed by the blast and resultant firestorm,[137][138] and another 70,000 injured…"

      Unit 3 seemed to have a better formed mushroom cloud.

    • SadieDog

      GOM, You know I love ya, but… This video is just a little too sketchy for me. Sorry.

  • SadieDog

    Oh, you guys will love this… 'Japan, France and the U.S. to team up to make Fukushima area habitable again' –

    "Tokyo: The Japanese government will team up with experts in the United States and France to develop brand new technologies to collect melted fuel from crippled reactors at Fukushima, an official said on Monday."


    Chernobyl: The Lost Film

    Uploaded on Feb 18, 2010. Told in his own words. This film shows the terrifying images captured by the Russian filmmaker Vladimir Shevchenko on scene at Chernobyl those dreadful days in April 1986. Shevchenko later died suffering from the radiation he exposed himself to. Sadly, his name is not among the official casualties of the accident.

    Ever actually witnessed people dying on their feet from radiation? How can an industry be allowed to exist that knowing gets away with ruthless cold blooded pre-meditated murder. These men will haunt me forever.




    Unfortunately, the most important details on the Chernobyl catastrophe and subsequent events are not publicly available and remain classified. By withholding information about the disaster’s long-term effects, the government is rejecting the responsibility for contributing substantial on-going aid to the victims and affected populations.

    Children represent high risk: approximately 83,000 children in the Chernobyl region were born with congenital deformations. However the overall effect on future generations is not clear yet, since only 10% of overall problems can be observed in the first generation. It is estimated that, by 2050, new debilitating health problems will appear that are linked to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.


    >Ukraine, Belarus and Russia – 162,050 km²

    >European countries – 45,260 km²

    Over 10,000 km2 of land were contaminated with levels above 555 KBq/m2. The “Exclusion Zone” is classified as Level 1, where some spots have levels as high as 18,500 kBq/m2. These levels exceed normal levels of radiation by up to 4625 times. Unfortunately, many continue to live in these areas.


    • GOM GOM


      Level 2. Approximately 21,000 km2 of land was contaminated with levels from 185 to 555 kBq/m2. In addition to presenting major health hazards, these lands are also barriers for food industry. Depending on the geographical location, the majority of the food (such as milk, meat, eggs, fish, and vegetables) cannot be used for consumption and has to be substituted with imported goods.

      Most people think of the Chernobyl disaster as an event of the past. They do not realize that the nuclear accident continues to have a devastating impact on the populations of Ukraine, Belarus and Russia.


  • ISeePinkClouds

    Yes. http://www.infowars.com/live-russia-threatens-to-use-nukes/

    Russia Threatens to Use Nukes
    Potential war looming over growing rhetoric from North Korea
    Infowars.com – March 14, 2016

    Alex Jones discusses the media’s failure to report on growing tensions between Russia and North Korea.

    "He has nukes,but who is the real villian here? Why did we give China the missiles to give to North Korea,and why did we give them the Nuclear Reactors that they can make Nukes with?"

    "Because they (TPTB) want to use Kim Jong Un as the nuclear trigger."(to start WWIII)

    Many experts,including Joel Skousan,say that when Korea launches it's missiles,that will mark the beginning of WWIII.


    Well,Putin may stop that plan from unfolding.


    About the above posts on Chernobyl..Fukushima

    >Chernobyl melted at 30%. One reactors core burned for 10 days. Loss of life was/is astronomical.

    Now answer this question after you have read up on Chernobyl.

    How in the hell can anything or anyone be living, working, farming, roboting, drone-ing..whatever..anywhere near Fukushima?

    Either it's worse case scenario like Chernobyl OR Fukushima never happened..

    • SadieDog

      GOM, yes that's using your noodle. It's hard to comprehend both the robots dying, off the chart radiation and supposed unworkable conditions with the pics of workers building walls, removing debris/ fuel rods and using equipment at the same time.

  • Jebus Jebus

    It's good to have the security of weapons that can wipe out all life on Earth… 😐

  • tinfoilhatbrian tinfoilhatbrian

    There should be the "Shut all nuclear on the planet now" political party! Republicats I can't stomach even 20 years ago. People have to figure this out before they are all gone! There has to be enough people to want it to happen, then force the rest of the world to do the same. Let's face it, we can build lots of wind and solar. Somebody has to pay for all this, that would be the country forcing it on all, with wars. Back to what got us here in the first place! The human race is screwed!

  • Brian. That was my exact thought a few years ago. A no nuke party. They have to have that one thing going for them. That they will shut the industry down. I think it would have a good chance. It's not the truth people can't handle. It's the lies!! Possibly a spin off of "the pirate party".

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Today when the clouds did not block the sun, my face got Really hot. To me it seemed unusually hot. Then I find this video, which made me think of the warm "blob" in the Pacific Ocean


    • unincredulous unincredulous

      Hey, NSA… heads up. Ya payin attention? Get on the phone with NASA

    • razzz razzz

      You might want to worry more about a pole flip where the earth temporarily has a strength loss of its magnetic field. A magnetic field that protects against the sun's output. Even if the pole flip does not happen now, the poles are already wandering and changing the direction of magnetic north from true north by tens of degrees in certain areas.

      'Geomagnetic reversal'

      "…Most such proposals rest on the assumption that the Earth's magnetic field would be much weaker during reversals. Possibly the first such hypothesis was that high energy particles trapped in the Van Allen radiation belt could be liberated and bombard the Earth.[37][38] Detailed calculations confirm that, if the Earth's dipole field disappeared entirely (leaving the quadrupole and higher components), most of the atmosphere would become accessible to high energy particles, but would act as a barrier to them, and cosmic ray collisions would produce secondary radiation of beryllium-10 or chlorine-36. An increase of beryllium-10 was noted in a 2012 German study showing a peak of beryllium-10 in Greenland ice cores during a brief complete reversal 41,000 years ago which led to the magnetic field strength dropping to an estimated 5% of normal during the reversal.[2] There is evidence that this occurs both during secular variation[39][40] and during reversals…"

  • Nick

    Unincredulous….The sun perhaps felt "hotter" due to more UV-B hitting your face. The ozone shield layer has been assaulted for decades by molecules and atoms created by humans that have wafted up to react with the 03 molecules.

    The rads from Fukushima certainly also contribute their ionizing energies.

    Then there is CH4 released in vast amounts of late by fracking efforts world=wide.

    I also believe that persistent flourochloro compounds used throughout the nuclear cycle (mining—enrichment of uranium), like UF6 are powerful ozone destroyers.

    Then there is the sun, experiencing a lull in sun-spot activity, which has been shown to increase cosmic ray penetration to the Earth's surface.

    So, yeah, I have a hunch that that feeling of the sun "feeling" hotter isn't just due to our vivid imaginations.




  • Nick

    I understand that humans are an aggressive species, that there will always be wars.

    But there are some who have tried to wage peace instead, protested atmospheric bomb tests, dedicating their lives to service amidst the strife around them, quietly trying to nurture unity over division.

    Peace is more than the absence of war.

    …..We cannot imagine a world without war, which is why the unimaginable consequences of Fukushima are far more prevalent than we are permitted to know, as the decaying atomic forces rip away our collective future at the speed of light.

    Wage peace.

    Nothing less will assure our survival.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      Nick, Trotsky observed the never ending and ubiquitous corruption and therefor thought the more enlightened should wage permanent revolution.

      "Not believing in force is the same as not believing in gravity."

      "In a serious struggle there is no worse cruelty than to be magnanimous at an inopportune time."

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        What percent of mankind is truly enlightened? Enlightened morally, sexually, intellectually, philosophically? Until that proportion reaches 90% or more, there is no chance of permanent civil peace. What do we do until then? ….code shutdown

        'There are no absolute rules of conduct, either in peace or war. Everything depends on circumstances.' Leon Trotsky

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          Hmmm… 🙂

          1% are psychos and 1% are enlightened and the other 98%.. are clueless.

        • unincredulous unincredulous

          The Trotsky school of Hillary-think

          • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

            "'There are no absolute rules of conduct, either in peace or war. Everything depends on circumstances.' Leon Trotsky'

            Hillary is no Trotsky.

            "In 1924, Lenin died, and Joseph Stalin emerged as leader of the USSR. Against Stalin’s stated policies, Trotsky called for a continuing world revolution that would inevitably result in the dismantling of the Soviet state. He also criticized the new regime for suppressing democracy in the Communist Party and for failing to develop adequate economic planning. In response, Stalin and his supporters launched a propaganda counterattack against Trotsky. In 1925, he was removed from his post in the war commissariat. One year later, he was expelled from the Politburo and in 1927 from the Communist Party. In January 1928, Trotsky began his internal exile in Alma-Ata and the next January was expelled from the Soviet Union outright."

            Stalin banishes Trotsky
            July 11 1928

            • unincredulous unincredulous

              Just the 'whatever the particular audience at hand wants to hear" flip flopping of Hillary made me pop off. I stand corrected. I have toes sticking out my mouth.

              • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                Ya.. that's what I mean by the most patronizing wins.
                Hiding factionalism by reaching out to the supposed and actual disenfranchised, by offering a 'piece of the pie.'

                Why Hillary Clinton Doesn’t Deserve the Black Vote

                From the crime bill to welfare reform, policies Bill Clinton enacted—and Hillary Clinton supported—decimated black America.
                Some might argue that it’s unfair to judge Hillary Clinton for the policies her husband championed years ago. But Hillary wasn’t picking out china while she was first lady. She bravely broke the mold and redefined that job in ways no woman ever had before. She not only campaigned for Bill; she also wielded power and significant influence once he was elected, lobbying for legislation and other measures. That record, and her statements from that era, should be scrutinized. In her support for the 1994 crime bill, for example, she used racially coded rhetoric to cast black children as animals. “They are not just gangs of kids anymore,” she said. “They are often the kinds of kids that are called ‘super-predators.’ No conscience, no empathy. We can talk about why they ended up that way, but first we have to bring them to heel.”

                Why Hillary Clinton Doesn’t Deserve the Black Vote

                From the crime bill to welfare reform, policies Bill Clinton enacted—and Hillary Clinton supported—decimated black America
                Feb 10 2016


                • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                  And Mr. Sanders ..I'm waiting to hear that he recognizes that friendly socialism may or may not usher in the more far reaching global socialism involved UN Sustainability 2025.
                  This is the other concern ..I commented upon when writing Mr. Cornel West.. a Democratic socialist in support of Mr. Sanders.
                  What else to do?
                  The sovereignty of the nation/nations is at stake.

                • Hillary threw USA under the bus to get some "I am sure very evil deal" with Japan when "offering" to buy their contaminated food.

                  A Nuremberg type trial is appropriate.

                • DUDe DUD

                  Hoi , a sidenote, i noticed when i watched the debate between Bernie and shillary that shillary put way more energy and has more experience in neurolinguistic programming than Bernie..he focusses more on the honesty and real life importance of hes message and is not consciesly busy with "hypnotising" the crowd with bodylanguage and facial expression etc..

                  Its already many years ago before fuku that i first readed about "schools" in neurolinguistic programming for politician's..i bet she was a student..to hell with content and honesty..

                  • DUDe DUD

                    Btw , neurolinguistic programming is not bad in itself..its just advanced knowledge..about making impression's , perception , communication , intonation , facial expression , body language etc

                    But it can be misused easely when the crowd is mentally flatlined..think hitler..pure mass hypnoses..

                    • DUDe DUD

                      correction :

                      when the crowd is ""KEPT"" mentally flatlined..

                      don wanne insult the electorate..i'm a future prisoner of the result's lol

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Neuro -lingistic programming, I thought was based on a healing mental process, by taking negative thought processing and actively replacing them with more positive and thereby helpful mental conditions.

                      The advanced course must be ..something like .. a doctorate in 'I believe my own lies' plastic BS.

                    • DUDe DUD

                      Hi Heart , lots of poisson was also invented by looking for a cure for something aka helping i guess..every knowledge can be abused..
                      I quote you and modified a bit..fill in according the agenda..

                      "..by taking .. thought processing and actively replacing them with more .."

                      i can't open the link fully myself from windows..but i can see some searchresults in the frozen background..


                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Humans never seem to see overkill as the trap it is.

                    • DUDe DUD

                      I guess you right. Btw , i think she is way to smart to believe her own bs.. she is a calculater and manipulator..a abuser of discrepance/inequallity in knowledge and insight's and connection's..

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Yes,she is a manipulator.
                      But she also believes her projection, as a loving kind being.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      NLP = there must be more to life than my extremely narrow and repetitive habitual perception of it and my response to it based on those fixed visualizations, feelings and thought-sense constructs.

                      Its not really affirmation based. It examines how you think sense and feel about life and then breaks those habits, if wanted, replacing with new sets. One could invent their own NLP tools and tricks. Some are unexpected; by replaying a dreaded scene backwards in your mind you can overcome phobias

                      But we already knew that everyone had a humorously narrow, limited and repetitive view. A pinhole view of the world.

                      An added bonus trick; by moving your eyes back and forth, a quite strong voltage spike is triggered into your cranium that can be used to reset thought patters. By tapping the acu meridians, supposedly a body-mind reset can be achieved. The real trick is putting it all in practice. Or is time better spent rigging your euthanasia device and shoving wads of algae in the mouths and noses of politicians to see if it re-mediates them as well as it does radioactivity?

                    • Jebus Jebus

                      All I see, everywhere, is more, smile and be happy, meme…

                      That makes everything ok, now.

                      Meme me me.

                      It seems like it's working… 😐

                    • DUDe DUD

                      "..But she also believes her projection, as a loving kind being.

                      I'm not so sure Heart , imo ,it could be part of it that the observer believes she believes..otherwise it would be over pretty quickly 🙂

                      But then again..most people think they are good..no matter what they are or how they behave in real world..and if they realise they are not, then its because something forced them and they are victims , not bad..

                      Maybe one of the biggest commonality's of humanity..

                    • Jebus Jebus

                      I was hoping we would pick presidential candidates based upon their records of achievements.

                      I guess we have to settle for half of that either way…

                    • DUDe DUD

                      "..I was hoping we would pick presidential candidates based upon their records of achievements…"

                      Wouldent that be some kind of precedent Jebus ?

                      No pun intended..:(

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      She thinks this is the way, it's supposed go.
                      All her little brain is supposed to know.

                  • DUDe DUD

                    I think a terrible terrible mistake was made..i'm sry.

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      " The advanced course must be ..something like .. a doctorate in 'I believe my own lies' plastic BS."

                      Back to the plastic part.
                      Producing just another model for the shelf.

                      We so, are not living in a time of a Human mental breakout period.
                      Technology moves on directed by the same old CHEESY motivations.
                      Politics moves on ..slicker..
                      The greasier the cheese..

                    • DUDe DUD

                      "..Back to the plastic part.
                      Producing just another model for the shelf.."

                      Thank you Heart , do you mean like another version for another crowd ?

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Yes.. another repackaging of the status quo ,this time, by the supposedly caring, supposedly progressive, supposedly liberal left, supposedly defending the proletariat while repackaging 'bourgeois socialism'.

                    • DUDe DUD

                      Jebus FWIW , the change to the trump avatar..was triggered by your comment but his finger..was not sticking to you or anyone else here on this forum..

                      It was an adaptation and staying on political topic..the other side , the hatesalesman..but its graphic psycho-effect in time and situation..an accident..and a mistake not to correct it instantly by me..thinking i was to paranoid again so i left it..
                      Love you and your comments..even if good comments sometimes makes me think too deep and "oneasy"..I hope this make any sense at all..no wait..actually i prefer it does not..;)

                    • Jebus Jebus

                      The best posts are the ones that make the reader think to understand, which in turn, sets the memory.

                      We have enough projected convience on this planet.

                      Here's a man determined truthfully…

                      Sanders to skip AIPAC


                      He is speaking in Vanc. Wa. tonight…

                      I'd vote for him, just in desperation from the rest…

                  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                    Hoi , a sidenote, i noticed when i watched the debate between Bernie and shillary that shillary put way more energy and has more experience in neurolinguistic programming than Bernie.

                    I think, Mr. Sander's less polished performance is what draws some of his supporters, as many are looking for some signs of truth.

                    (Which ,by the way, can not be found in bellowing or platitudes.)

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      DUD: "Hoi , a sidenote, i noticed when i watched the debate between Bernie and shillary that shillary put way more energy and has more experience in neurolinguistic programming than Bernie."

                      This should be in quotes..

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      "Essentially, the Democratic party lives in a meritocratic bubble, where credentials, advanced degrees, media savviness, and — above all — wealth, are treated as de facto evidence of authority and expertise. This is how the Democratic party has rationalized participating in the school reform movement: to meritocrats, it makes perfect sense to believe that a successful CEO would know more about how to run a school system than actual teachers.

                      And once you’ve made it into this coterie of elites, it becomes all too easy to forgive them for their occasional transgressions. The failures of Theranos don’t stick to Holmes (indeed, the media continued to fawn over Holmes after the Wall Street Journal blew up her spot). If anything, these setbacks are temporary embarrassments on the way to success. Class recognizes class.

                      Frank says that Clinton is “a perfect example of the kind of liberal I talk about,” steeped in the “belief in meritocracy that’s going to solve all things” and the regular “palling around with billionaires.”

                      How To Explain Hillary Clinton’s Fundraiser With Failed Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes

                      Scenes from the wreckage of the Democratic party


                    • DUDe DUD

                      "..I think, Mr. Sander's less polished performance is what draws some of his supporters, as many are looking for some signs of truth.."

                      Yes agree , maybe candidates should be kept isolated from one another..would be funny to hear what she would say without her somewhat parroting Bernie after seeing his succesfull response in the public..
                      She would still be defending TPP and wallstreet and such probably..

                    • Jebus Jebus

                      Go watch his senate lectures. 🙂

                      Add that to his record of achievements.

                      He doesn't have hotels or an arkancide website…

                      We've seen his campaign. What he's saying.

                      Now, mask out the messenger.

                      I quickly noticed, he's not one of them, he's one of us…

                    • DUDe DUD

                      Correct ! 🙂

  • cosmic charlie cosmic charlie

    The nuclear power industry is a crime against humanity. Shut them all down!!!

  • SadieDog

    OT, NASA and Gabby Giffords lies and treason… Hopefully, karma will give her brain cancer or something worse. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WeOx8jb4vFQ

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Oh, oh..

    Robots Are Dying To Save Fukushima So People Don’t Have To

    The bots remain the only hope of decommissioning the devastated nuclear reactors, a necessary step to regaining public trust


    Only hope but they are dying??
    MECHANISMS malfunction.
    STOP assigning personification to 'buckets of bolts'!
    Are we supposed to grieve??
    How exactly are dead robots going to relieve the workers??


  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Umm? that toy robot on the shelf come to life?
    They need to go screw a lamp post..

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    We wont be taken over ..because we will become one of them..

    "One task Atlas won’t attempt anytime soon is cleaning up Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Custom built robots were designed to swim underwater and negotiate its damaged tunnels, in order to find and remove hundreds of tons of melted radioactive fuel rods. So far, every robot sent into the reactor has failed, their wiring nuked by the intense radiation."

    "The Department of Defense has stated that it has no interest in using Atlas in warfare. That may well be so. But the next generation of intelligent robots may be capable of reacting to dubious Pentagon claims with human-like incredulity."

    "One futurist who's brimming with techno-optimism is Jason Silva, the host of Brain Games on the National Geographic Channel. In a recent interview with Reason TV, the loquacious Silva told us why Stephen Hawking is wrong about the future: we should look forward to our benevolent robot overlords, because we will become them."

    Why ..so we can get dosed faster than Humans by radiation?
    BOND with the matrix… lol.

    Atlas plugged
    May 12 2016


  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Become.. never ask what you will become ..just become.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    So what now?
    Shove it off for 5 years?

    "Japan’s science and technology ministry said it would work with the U.S. Energy Department and the French National Research Agency on the project—a key step towards eventual decommissioning, which is expected to begin in 2021."

    Waiting for something to be invented ..are we now?

    "Scientists have long warned the technology required for the complex—and potentially dangerous—task does not yet exist, and would have to be invented."

    Something that is be invented that magically going to re -gather and contain the activity of nuclear material x-containment?
    Ya..when 'hell freezes over'..

    Nuclear experts from France, U.S. to help with Fukushima clean-up
    March 15 2016


    • AirSepTech AirSepTech

      I think Alan said it best…"We won't be un-ringing this bell".

      5 more years, and 5 more, and 5….x 5, or 50, or 500, or 5000.

      Is Chernobyl fixed yet? 5×6 and counting. 🙁

      My Ukrainian friends tell the truth, and I believe them.

      It will never be fixed, we will be entertained with info/mis-info.

      That is the plan.

    • Gasser Gasser

      Zager & Evens; In the Year 2525

      Before you read go here first for the gist of it.



      In the year 2020

If man is still alive

      If woman's Genome can survive
      They may find

      In the year 2021

      NRC never told the truth, all they did was lie

      Everything you think, do and say
      Is in the eavesdropping they took of you today

      In the year 2022

You ain't gonna have your teeth, won't need your white-outed eyes

      You won't find an uncontaminated thing to chew
      Nobody no longer can recognize you

      In the year 2023

      Your arms hangin' limp at your sides

      Your legs got nothin' to do

      No electric wheelchair's gonna work for you

      In the year 2024

      You won't have a healthy husband….won't have a healthy wife
      You'll see your deformed son….and your daughter too
      From the side of a glass life support tube


      • Gasser Gasser


        In the year 2024

If a God's a-coming….its to radioactive to come here by now

        He'd look around Himself and say
"Guess it's time for that ELE judgement day"

        In the year 2025

God is gonna shake his electron orbiting Halo head

        He'll say "I'm pissed off!….where has Jesus been
Holy Shit! tear it down, I'll get Trump to it start again

        In the year?

I'm no longer wonderin’….if man is gonna be alive

        He's taken all the Uranium….this piece of shit earth gave
And he ain't put back nothing but Becquerel’s

        Now it's been 5 highly radioactive element discharging years
Man has not spent Quad trillion'$ to fix it….only cried billions of tears

        For what?….greed, sex, power he only knew

Now all life’s reign is through
        Man is no longer…… a~l~~i~~~v~~~~~e

        ~Gasser Classic~

  • 2021… Whole planet dead Remaining experts baffled.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    "Something that is be invented that magically going to re -gather and contain the activity of nuclear material x-containment?"

    What a chopped up sentence.
    A person can tell ..I'm a little miffed.
    (write it down, NSA).
    I have a REAL sense of the risk of survival..

    It kinda brings that on feeling.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    And I'm sick of ARBITRARY numbers being vomited by the likes of Buesseler, and ilk..

    How can the masses accept results without further and outside experimentation/investigation?

    The 'safe place' too comfy?

  • Nick

    ¨Under the plan, the US side will help Japan develop equipment and technology to manage and dispose of highly-radioactive waste produced from the decommissioning work, the official said.

    France will cooperate with Japan in developing remote-control technology, including robotic and image processing expertise that can withstand high-radiation environments, he said.

    The Japanese government plans to finance the projects by spending part of its "Fukushima technology development budget" worth 3.0 billion yen ($26.4 million).

    Japan last week marked five years since an offshore earthquake sent a huge tsunami crashing into its northeast coastline.

    The waves killed 18,500 people as they flattened cities and destroyed farmland.

    They also knocked out cooling systems at Fukushima, sending reactors into meltdown and spreading radiation over a wide area.

    Although no one is recorded as having died as a direct result of the nuclear accident, tens of thousands of people were uprooted, with many still unable to return home because of persistent contamination.

    Cleaning up Fukushima and making the area habitable again is a crucial plank of government policy, with Tokyo keen to prove nuclear power is a viable form of energy production for resource-poor Japan.¨


  • Nick

    ¨The robots were developed in a rare collaboration between competitors Mitsubishi Heavy, Hitachi HTHIY -1.66% GE Nuclear Energy, and Toshiba 6502.TO -3.30%. Workers will also need to install large elevators on site so the robots can reach the second and third floors of the contaminated reactor buildings, and smaller robots will need to be deployed in cramped spaces.

    If the robots can remove radiated debris on those floors, workers may be able to enter the area above the nuclear fuel containment vessel, to better assess the situation and possibly access equipment.

    Although decontamination has progressed in areas outside the reactor buildings, so that workers no longer need to wear full face masks at about 90% of the entire site, radiation levels inside are too high for workers to enter.

    Tepco hopes to start removing debris inside one of the reactors around 2021, but acknowledges that all dates are uncertain.¨


    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      All these intellects need to stop taking such heavy drugs!

      "Cleaning up Fukushima and making the area habitable again is a crucial plank of government policy, with Tokyo keen to prove nuclear power is a viable form of energy production for resource-poor Japan.¨

      Bat~Shit Crazy ..says he! 🙁 Morons!

      "nuclear power is a viable form of energy production"

  • Nick

    ¨Work began on the Naraha Remote Technology Development Centre, which is being built by the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA), in September 2014. The centre at Nahara-Minami industrial park is due to begin full operations in the 2016 fiscal year. The complex will house a mock-up of the lower part of a reactor containment vessel, representing the interior of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, as well as an indoor demonstration test area for disaster response robots which will also be used to train operators and workers.¨


  • Nick

    So, let me get this straight….NRTDC is the place where egits are working to invent the uninvented.

    Will the demo area be available to tourists?

    I suggest these egits partner with Disney to further develop their fantasy land of the dying robots…..


    TEPCOn continues to play the world for fools. NO ONE on planet Earth has a clue how to proceed.

    Trial and error is something we do not have time for.

    I say, scrap the 2020 Olympics and use those funds instead to get er dun!

    Enough of this hand wringing and stupid decommissioning plans crafted around large cherrywood conference tables.

    The world needs to scream, I sure am.

    Dithering egits.

    Playing us for fools.


    Time for a crowd-sourced super think tank to invent the uninvented.

    We also need to know HOW MUCH shit actually entered our biosphere.

    I don want estimates I want cold hard data.

    Tell us the truth you fools.

  • Nick

    TEPConotronics….leading the way in diddling around with uninventable hardware to spongebob up three awol reactor cores somewheres in the bowels of the earth…..

    ALL of these have died to date….


    So…hope springs eternal that a knight in shining armor will appear to magically scoop up and gift wrap all that fissle material of unknown knowns.

    Why uses robots? Why not outfit nuclear executives from all over the planet with the latest spacesuits being developed for Mars trips (aren they supposed to be rad proof as well??) and send them in?

    Surely we can come up with a plan beyond play-tending?

    Enough of the horse-shit.

    Time to get real (like 5 years ago!).

    Then there is the chance that an earthquake will simply swallow the lot…….

    Still think nuclear energy is a good match for a seismically active region of the planet?


    Stupid is as stupid does.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      they fail in the concept stage. My robot is about as big as two football fields. It runs on two parallel tracks. First a wall is built around the complex and the place is flooded. Some radiation leaks! The monster robot has all electronics at least 100 feet away from radiation sources and of course heavily shielded. How many feet of lead do you want? Likewise, all motors and electrical hardware is far away, and only mechanical linkages and actuators lead to the point of action. The worlds best cutting teeth mow the place down in short order. The most radioactive debris is below pool water level. Disposable arms with crude graspers remove debris out of the way as you get close to the corium (assuming any is left!). Finally the corium is in view and the monster hurls carbon tubes…or a compound of hafnium, tantalum, and carbon into the seething radioactive mass. The diameter chosen assures no fission within a tube. The tubes are then extracted with their cargo and sent on a water sluice conveyor belt for processing and storage inland. Big tools make for short work! Nothing dainty! It should look like a steam shovel from the 1800's. Since the power plant was built on an underground river, probably everything will be excavated down quite a distance and replaced with clay, volcanic ash etc.

      • tinfoilhatbrian tinfoilhatbrian

        Code I think your idea of a massive machine to get all the debris out of the way to get to the bottom of the reactors to find holes leading to hell is realistic if they are serious about doing anything. The robots they have displayed I could build from off the shelf parts. Nothing new or radically different. I think they know the corium are gone and the crap they tell us is just to postpone telling us the truth: they aren't going to be able to clean up this mess! It is probably a waste of time to do anything so they distract us with their shit-show and tell us it will be cleaned up and decommissioned some time in the next century…NOT!

    • The treasure streams into these schemes will reach unbelievable levels. That we all pay for handsomely.

  • dunkilo

    Human ashes-the devils pepper :/

  • Chernobyl– 30 Years, 0% fixed. Fukushima 5 years, 0% fixed….

  • Nick

    ¨Ono went on to say that removal of melted nuclear fuel debris is his main challenge. “At the moment, we do not fully understand the state that the debris is in.”



  • Nick

    The thing that wakes me up at night is knowing our planet is a restless beast, that huge forces can be released at any time as tectonic plates crunch over and under each other.

    ¨Why are big earthquakes so hard to predict?

    Reliable predictions require precursors – some kind of signal in the earth that indicates a big quake is on the way. The signal has to happen only before large earthquakes and it has to occur before all big quakes. At the moment seismologists have failed to find those precursors – if they even exist.¨


    So the earth grinds on.

    Who is to say that one can earthquake proof anything?

    Forget the tsunamic stuff, I am talking earth displacement.

    We flock to earthquake disaster zones, study how to build better for the next one, etc.

    Yet, we have no clue what the earth will do, ever.

    THAT is why nuclear energy needs to go into the dust-bin of history before we all do.

    Nick….you are insane.


  • Nick

    Earthquakes are one thing, now consider atmospheric disturbances…


    Most of these were created by storms.

    Does it really make sense to maintain nuclear plants where huge waves could break?

    Sea walls are not guarantees since water can hit them, travel UP and then down behind……

    Would you build a nuclear power plant in this bay?



    Think again, eh?

    My point is….why the F did Japan?



    • Sol Man

      The highly-esteemed only get to think that they are so very smart, when the reality is the exact opposite, and is apparent all around us.

      DU for the babies, anyone?

  • Nick

    So here we are…..

    ….clinging to our everyday lives, wondering what lies ahead.

    The only certainty, is lies.

    That is the truth and nothing but the truth, so help us all.

    It is up to each and everyone of us to discover our own truths and not waiver.

    It is when we question what we have learned is true, that we falter.

    I have discovered truths that few on this planet are capable of handling, let alone deal with.

    Of that, I am TATALly certain.

  • Nick

    Yet I do have a bit of family history to share.

    #1…..12/7/41 Oahu, Hi.

    That date happened to be my mother´s birthday, she was born in Hawaii yet her Dad and grandparentś had lived in Japan since 1900. She remembers hearing the Zeroes fly overhead and watched the bombs fall on Pearl Harbor….she always said ´I knew that not only my wolrd, but the world had changed forever¨

    #2 1958: The Golden Rule was in harbor….my family slept on board to prevent sabotage and my parents ¨were¨ the PR machine for the protest.



    If we knew back then that nuclear was insane, why the hell are we lamenting it still?

  • Nick

    Because, Nick, the rads make men insane.




    I say a global moratorium must be in place asap for nuclear shit of any type.

    All uranium stays in the ground.

    All nuclear medicine vanishes.

    All bombs get dismantled.

    All reactors buried.

    All of it.


    Jeesh, Nick you ARE insane. Don you know that GMI is our fate?

    Gee Am I?



    Tsunami Bombs

    The United States and New Zealand conducted secret tests of a "tsunami bomb" designed to destroy coastal cities by using underwater blasts to trigger massive tidal waves.

    The top secret operation, code-named "Project Seal", tested the doomsday device as a possible rival to the nuclear bomb.

    "Presumably if the atomic bomb had not worked as well as it did, we might have been tsunami-ing people," said Mr Waru. "It was absolutely astonishing..that anyone would come up with the idea of developing a weapon of mass destruction based on a tsunami …



    Japan's Technology Was A Threat..

    Wind lenses

    At the end of 2009, the worldwide capacity of wind power generators stood at 159.2 gigawatts, generating 340 TWh per annum (equivalent to about 2 percent of worldwide electricity usage), according the World Wind Energy Association’s annual report. Much of the potential increase in renewable energy around the world can come from wind but significant investments will need to be made, including in offshore wind farms.

    Prof. Ohya says he expects that if large offshore floating wind farms are realized (see illustration) wind energy will go mainstream. In Europe, for example, the European Wind Energy Association believes that it would take €2.4 billion (US $3.3 billion) invested in ships in order to provide for the predicted growth of offshore wind farms.



    General (and later president) Dwight Eisenhower – then Supreme Commander of all Allied Forces..[1945]

    In [July] 1945… Secretary of War Stimson, visiting my headquarters in Germany, informed me that our government was preparing to drop an atomic bomb on Japan. I was one of those who felt that there were a number of cogent reasons to question the wisdom of such an act. …the Secretary, upon giving me the news of the successful bomb test in New Mexico, and of the plan for using it, asked for my reaction, apparently expecting a vigorous assent.

    During his recitation of the relevant facts, I had been conscious of a feeling of depression and so I voiced to him my grave misgivings, first on the basis of my belief that Japan was already defeated and that dropping the bomb was completely unnecessary, and secondly because I thought that our country should avoid shocking world opinion by the use of a weapon whose employment was, I thought, no longer mandatory as a measure to save American lives. It was my belief that Japan was, at that very moment, seeking some way to surrender with a minimum loss of ‘face’. The Secretary was deeply perturbed …




    It is my opinion that the use of this barbarous weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan. The Japanese were already defeated and ready to surrender because of the effective sea blockade and the successful bombing with conventional weapons.

    We are, as a 'nation', nothing more than barbaric sociopaths..

  • Nick

    I remember meeting a friend of my family's who had missed a train to Nagasaki 8/9/41.

    Not exactly a survivor, nor an escapee, but a luckee.

    Yet, look at the entire country of Japan….haunted by those weapons, survivors still shunned.

    Fast forward to 2016…new batch of shunees.

    Something tells me that we have a problem.

    You don't just will away shit.

    It has to be confronted, dealt with, admitted to, whatever.


    Humans need to rethink our place in the cosmos.

    Fukushima sucks for me personally since my ancestors spent decades there…in Japan, indeed my grandfather didn't realize he was white until he was five years old. He spoke fluent Japanese and his brother helped break the Japanese code during WWII having grown up recognizing subtle variations across the Islands.

    From Japan went my grandfather in 1936, having overheard Japanese medical colleagues say they didn't need western docs anymore (unknownest to them he understood EVERYthing they whispered). He practiced in Honolulu till 1963 before traveling in retirement as a visiting surgeon all over the planet.

    Talk about a soul who was set free…..sheesh. He had to leave home (then Japan) in 1914, returning to practice medicine (side note…he was the team doc for the american baseball allstars in 1936 while in Japan.) in 1928, then moving to Honolulu in 1936.

    His daughter's birthday was 12/7………he remembered hearing the Zeroes buzz overhead on their way to Pearl Harbor,…

  • Nick

    ….so the echoes of yesterday, haunt us today, and tomorrow, forever.

  • Nick

    TATAL tale:


    Phinally, the world is accepting some semblance of recognition of the fact that some stuff is toxic at the atomic level.

    May lead turn to media scrutiny of:


    There is light shining down into this darkness of our minds.

  • Jebus Jebus

    The darkness of our minds…

    Children irradiated for advertising?

    In order to make the study sound appealing, the boys and their guardians were told they would be given "a quart of milk daily… taken to a baseball game, to the beach, and to some outside dinners," and that they would "enjoy it greatly."

    No mention was made of the fact that they were eating Quaker Oats – provided, along with a research grant, by that company – laced with radioactive iron and calcium.

    "You had to drink the milk. That was the thing," remembered one participant years later.

    Shockingly, the entire point of the study was simply that Quaker Oats wanted to make advertising claims – similar to those made by competitor Cream of Wheat – that the nutrients in their cereal traveled throughout the body.

    In 1998, MIT and Quaker Oats signed a $1.85 million settlement of a lawsuit by 45 of the victims. The state of Massachusetts also paid $676,000 to 27 participants. Other lawsuits on the case are still pending. Quaker Oats still denies that it had a major role in the study.


  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Dutchsinse. HAARP rings proven.


    What happens when you add radioactive plumes hitting these energetic fields.

    Gee, I guess I'll be on a DHS list for thinking about it.

    STILL remember a thunder storm a while back. The air was very energetic, the air itself seemed to crackle, and little sparkles appeared. Reminds me of when I stand up too fast and I get dizzy.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    11:44 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LY0KerUmPq0

    "Entrain the brain to go insane"

    Induced GMI

    Maybe used at Trump rally. Not just a crazy idea. Could be used as the opposite of riot control

  • We Not They Finally

    NOW that election season is here.No one has been the least honest about

  • We Not They Finally


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