Study: Multiple surges of radioactive substances detected far from Fukushima Daiichi — Over 10,000 times usual levels at plant — Mayor: Gov’t knew but never told us, they can’t be trusted — Worst may be yet to come; Risk of ‘much broader’ contamination — CBS: “Many miles away… spike in cesium detected this week”

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Asahi Shimbun, July 16, 2014 (emphasis added): Radioactive substances released during rubble-removal work at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant last year likely spread to areas nearly 50 kilometers away, according to […] Akio Koizumi, a health and environment science professor at Kyoto University’s Graduate School of Medicine, and four other scientists […] From samples collected between Aug. 15 and 22 last year, they found a reading of [1,280,000 becquerels] per cubic meter at a location in Soma, 48 km northwest of the plant […] more than six times higher than usual. Radioactivity levels were 20 to 30 times higher than normal in Minami-Soma […] The team also found that cesium levels at the measuring point in Minami-Soma surged in both May and June 2013. […] The research results indicate that future rubble removal at the nuclear plant could disperse radioactive materials over much broader areas surrounding the facility. In March this year, the scientists presented their findings to the Environment Ministry. […] TEPCO currently plans to resume [highly contaminated rubble] removal efforts by the end of July […] The utility acknowledged that the Aug. 19 operations released a maximum 4 trillion becquerels–more than 10,000 times the usual levels at the site–over four hours […]

CBS News, July 16, 2014: CBS News’ Lucy Craft recently visited the crippled Daiichi plant […] Even now the meltdowns in Fukushima still cause lingering worries for people many miles away. Craft reported that a spike in radioactive cesium was detected this week in a residential community about 30 miles northwest of the Daiichi plant.

Asahi Shimbun, July 15, 2014: Residents of Minami-Soma in Fukushima Prefecture expressed anger with the government and Tokyo Electric Power Co. for keeping them in the dark about radiation that contaminated local rice crops. […]  The ministry informed TEPCO of the problem in March […] However, the ministry failed to inform the city of Minami-Soma of the situation. […] TEPCO officials apologized for causing trouble in extensive areas.  […] At a July 14 news conference, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga was […] asked why the agriculture ministry and TEPCO failed to inform Minami-Soma about the contamination of local rice crops. “The reasons are unclear,” he said. “But I have been informed that investigations will be held soon.”

Katsunobu Sakurai, Minami-Soma Mayor: “We cannot help but distrust the agriculture ministry, which did not promptly let us know of the matter, despite it being a serious issue […] We protest (TEPCO’s) irresponsible clearing of rubble that raises concern among farmers. We demand an explanation.”

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  • dosdos dosdos

    Yeah, it's safe to move back next door to the plant. Evacuees don't need any more expense money.

    • OldFool

      Since a trillionth of a gram of Cs-137 emits over 3.2 becquerel, a gram of Cs-137 would emit over 3.2 trillion becquerels. So if they are saying that all the dust they created released no more than 4 trillion becquerels, they are implying they only stirred up 1.25 grams of Cs-137 in the dust. I cannot imagine any construction project at that site only stirring up 1.25 grams of Cs-137 in the dust. Most construction projects stir up several kilograms of dust. It would not be pure Cs-137 of course. But it would be more than 1.25 grams. Somebody has made a mistake in their math.

      • Securitize

        A Becquerel indicates, on average, an amount of radiation where one radioactive “decay” event occurs each second. 37 billion becequerels are in one curie, or 37 billion disintegrations per second.

        Potassium 40 exists in bananas and other fruits and is very weakly radioactive, 71 ten-millionTHs of a curie pure gram. By contrast, cesium 137 has 88 curies per gram. Indeed Cs 137 and Sr 90 emit 10-20 million times more radioactivity than comparable amounts of potassium 40.

        Cesium 137 is a significant portion of the long-lasting radioactive isotopes emitted during a nuclear meltdown or other accident. The amount of cesium 137 deposited per square kilometer can thus be used to determine whether that land is fit for human habitation. The lands around the Chernobyl and Fukushima reactors are considered completely uninhabitable for decades based on ~40 curies per square km, or if you like ~100 curies per square mile. Thus, slightly more than ONE GRAM of cesium 137, deposited across a square mile of land as a smoke or gas, is enough to render that land uninhabitable for decades. Contamination of ~10 curies per square km, ~25 curies per square km, or ~1/3 of a gram of Cs 137 per sq mi, renders the area unfit for raising crops or livestock.

        For comparison, dozens of nuclear power plants in the US hold fuel rods containing more than 100 million curies of Cs 137. Remember that just 100 curies can render 1 sq mi uninhabitable.

        • Securitize

          Should read:

          Contamination of ~10 curies per square km, ~25 curies per square *mi*, or ~1/3 of a gram of Cs 137 per sq mi, renders the area unfit for raising crops or livestock.

          • Great way to bring it home dude! I will post on the NukePro

          • MaidenHeaven MaidenHeaven

            Quote is by Steven Starr "as little as one third of a gram of Cesium-137, made into microparticles and distributed as a smoke or gas over an area of one square kilometer, will make that square kilometer uninhabitable." The Implications of The Massive Contamination of Japan With Radioactive Cesium http://www.ratical.org/radiation/Fukushima/StevenStarr.html

            Remember this when given the banana argument. "Highly-radioactive fission products such as Cesium-137 and Strontium-90 emit 10 to 20 million times more radiation per unit volume than does Potassium-40. So which one of these would you rather have in your bananas?"

            "Remember, these nuclear poisons are lethal at the atomic level. There are as many atoms in one gram of Cesium-137 as there are grains of sand in all the beaches of the world."

            • MaidenHeaven MaidenHeaven

              Steven Starr is an Associate member of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation and has been published by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. His writings appear on the websites of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Center for Arms Control, Energy and Environmental Studies, Scientists for Global Responsibility, and the International Network of Scientists Against Proliferation.

              He has worked with the governments of Switzerland, Chile, New Zealand and Sweden, in support of their efforts at the United Nations to eliminate thousands of high-alert, launch-ready nuclear weapons. He has made presentations to Ministry Officials, Parliamentarians, Universities, citizens and students from around the world, and specializes in making technical scientific information understandable to all audiences.

              Mr. Starr is the Director of the Clinical Laboratory Science Program at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

              You can change the language at the upper Right. Loads more info @ http://www.nucleardarkness.org/index2.php

        • Down The River Down The River

          I'm loving the education I get at ENE.

          Thanks Everyone

    • name999 name999

      Oh, No! More Shock And Awe.

    • Arizonan Arizonan

      One Cs spike is from this week, one from last year. What was this week's spike caused by? The earthquake?

    • Max1 Max1

      Let's go swimming…

  • Ontological Ontological

    These nucktarded people are all going to die same as anyone else. I have to wonder how foolish one can be to think otherwise.

    I have a start to ELEmentSky image file. All good examples of unusual QED sky colors NOT Pink or Carbon Red linked on ENENEWS will be added to the site. Thanks all.

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

    • Ontological Ontological

      Oh, and be sure your contribution links are related as to ENENEWS content in your comment posts please.

    • Ontological Ontological

      QED anomaly sub file of CesiumSky, ELEmentSky image file is basically ready. I have isolated all the colors of all the ELEments in question in water for PU and gemstone inclusion colors for Uranium sky damage color identification. If anyone has similar images to these in the ELEmentSky site please link as time goes on in ENE reports about release amounts like this one to share, and I will add the convincing ones to the file. Thanks to all the image diggers, yall know who ya are.

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

    • Wright South West Wright South West

      Onto…I appreciate that you are bringing awareness about cesium in the skies and respect all that you have contributed here. As a photographer that has been shooting with digital cameras since 2000 ( and slide film before that) I have become very familiar with the limitations of getting a correct white balance. When I'm serious about getting correct colors I shoot an image of a gray card in the same light as the subject and use this image as a custom color balance for the camera for that series of images. So even if you are using top of the line DSLR cameras they sometimes have trouble getting the white balance right (they have been improving through) On to cheap web cameras. I would not trust any thing color wise from these cameras and especially if I wasn't there to see what the scene really looked like. The photo of Strange Green nightmare dream, Alberta. I see a green tint through out the image. Several other images I see camera sensor limitations as well. Cheaper cameras can really struggle with proper white balance when taking picture facing the sun. I another big factor in the size of the digital sensor. Smaller cheap sensors with very small pixel density trend to bleed light over into a jointing pixel messing up color balance and introducing color noise into the image. So for me I'd only trust images that I took personally.
      I'm keeping an eye out here in KS and will post images of anything that looks out of the ordinary. Again Onto thank you for all you do

      • Ontological Ontological

        This is NOT color correction issues. This is QED damage in the atmosphere from PU U Cs and MANY others are in the air. ALL of the images I have taken myself are with a handy cam and I used Azure sky to check the color purity before doing the spectral data. Trust me there is NO color issues. I only employ the BEST cams for my images, and I have been watching the QED changes world wide for better than 3 years. I watched in dismay as the birds all; disappeared. And the animals. Now this loss of K line emission from the sun due to this Human kind is in DEEP dodo!

        I have done QED since the 70's where I learned it at IBM to operate a Perkin Elmer machine for base layer of the 88386 microchip. Then I did dark sky preservation, then brown sky reduction activism. As an avid astronomer I learned astrophysical techniques, and made several home ground and polished telescope mirrors. I was a semi pro photographer for years. I have volumes of images from before Chernobyl/Fukushima with normal Carbon damage. I have done spectral research of star colors, gas emission light from OIII etc. So again trust me these are NOT camera issues! These cams ALL have had NORMAL images on them for a decade until THIS year! I would not have speculated quite THAT far with absurd assumptions.

          • Wright South West Wright South West

            Onto…I have looked at all your images but there are many that are just from such a poor of quality camera with low quality lenses to serious judge what we are looking at.

            This one for example
            http://s1273.photobucket.com/user/CesiumSky/media/Cesium%20Sky/CEbeach1.jpg.html?sort=6&o=3

            The camera sensor and cheap lens is having trouble with the contrast between the dark palm trees in the foreground and the bright background and it doing a typical fail adding a magenta color noise.I not saying there might not have been a hint of magenta but the poor quality of the camera makes it look worst than it would really look in real life. I can tell the lens is cheap by the classic purple fringing around the tree leafs. Do you really think that the beach is magenta like rendered in the photo? The pink would just be in the sky. I respect your knowledge about the light spectrum but if you used a lot of these images to try to help prove your point to your peers I'm afraid some of these webcam images will not convince them. I would not post any pictures if I wasn't standing there taking them myself and with high quality gear. If you were ever a serious photographer at one time you would understand that you need to be there to know if the color is right.

            I don't want to derail this topic anymore than I have so we will just have to agree to disagree on a lot of these images about what we are looking at.

            All the best to you Onto.

            • Wright South West Wright South West

              And I'm sorry but I just had to show just how bad these webcams can be. Here is your shot you posted
              http://s1273.photobucket.com/user/CesiumSky/media/Cesium%20Sky/ELEmentSky/CECSprataradawn.jpg.html?sort=6&o=30

              Here is a months time lapse from that same webcam and as you can see there is magenta color cast through out the image day in day out. This camera has a sensor that is failing. Notice the horrible purple fringing at the top of buildings. Again not saying there might not be a little pink in the sky for real but this cam is not to be trusted color wise.

              Click the play button to see
              http://www.lookr.com/lookout/1180872098-Boa-Vista#action-play-month

              We all know here that Fukushima puked up a bunch of cesium in the sky and still is and how bad that is going to be for all of us but….just trying to keep it real.

              • Ontological Ontological

                I am sorry you cannot SEE. Or READ! Ok I told you I have monitored the SAME images for MONTHS these cams are NOT screwed UP! I have comparison images that are NOT screwed up in MANY images! There is K LINE DISRUPTION in sunlight due to the INCLUSIONS of TONS of horribly BAD QED disruptors like MILLIONS of TINY MIRRORS in our atmosphere! You have conveniently ignored the text explaining the problems! You have NOT reviewed this site. You have only gone thru and found what YOU think is cam problems! I have placed the images of SAMPLES SAME colors in NATURE as GEMSTONES COLLIDES. What are you going to tell me the LABORITOY cames a f*cked up!!?? This is IRREFUTABLE in QED! I even have images the PU in WATER listed as how it will screw up the colors in the air! GET A LIFE!<END>

            • Ontological Ontological

              WSW I understand your concerns, and I have taken precautions to avoid the issue you are stressing. I am aware of these cam problems and have been for many years. I chose the best I could find. You did alert me to the fact I forgot the Observatory cam images from the finest equipment available it basically useless now. I have had to improvise, due to short time constraints in getting this important information about sky damage identifications out NOW. Chernobyl Cs137 is becoming Barium137 reflective crystals in the air, after 30 years of being electrostatically suspended in the atmosphere. MUCH more Cs137 is being added to the air, and molecular bond cohesion is attracting FUKU Cs137 to it, creating a much pinker scatter of the light by the Barium137 crystals. This will eventually be seen by all living things with eyes.

              Fascinating QED of contrails refracting spectra rainbows in sunlight. Note the atmospheric damage, BUT the K line calcium emission that has been missing for a few weeks now, was still there at that point in June 2014.

              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qSXEnAnMw0

  • Canuck1

    Here is the response I received about the RADIATED JAPANESE Oranges they are selling the public in VANCOUVER:
    ello Scott,

    Thank you very much for letting me know your concerns regarding the Japanese oranges and square watermelons. I can appreciate your level of concern from the two emails that you have sent but please be assured that we are in compliance with all federal regulations when it comes to imported produce. I have personally looked into the matter along with the importer and our head office support team to ensure that the product we have imported from Japan meets or exceeds the regulations set forth by the government of Canada as all incoming goods are also inspected in port.

    I am also informed by the importer that these items we have brought in are grown in the south of Japan, over 1000 kms from Fukishima. Please understand that we would never bring anything into our stores that we weren't 100% confident in the quality, understand completely the point of origin or in our relationships with our vendors/suppliers.

    I sincerely hope that I have addressed your concerns and although I wouldn't expect you to purchase any of these items, I hope you are more confident that we would never, in ignorance, put out product for our customers that could potentially harm anybody. If you have any questions, please contact me directly and I would be happy to address them.

    Regards,

    • Well, you tried Scott….not surprised at their we are compliant response. Best wishes to all of us as we plunge onward in spite of existing barriers to common sense.

    • davidh7426 davidh7426

      Did you suggest that he check them with a 'Geiger counter' ?

      Perhaps you could offer to do that for him, just so he won't be tempted to change the results.

    • Uranium_Mountain Uranium_Mountain

      Why do we need to buy watermelon's or oranges from Japan anyway? Nothing but Government Nuclear Whores scratching each others backs in payoffs. We owe them, we buy their produce. "Sure, we would be happy to purchase your radioactive food. Our peasants will eat it without question and if they don't like it, tough shit."
      I recently took a short trip to the Oregon Coast. I took my Terra-P Dosimeter to the Pacific shore at Newport. Funny as I was expecting to see a radiation level higher than where I live on the eastern side of the state, 60 miles NW of Boise, ID. I was surprised to see Gamma background at .06-08 on the sand at the Pacific water line. Holding it up to seaweed laying on the shore revealed no increase. Beta either. So while I was expecting to see a reading I surely wasn't liking the surprise that my own town measures .14 on a normal day outside. Twice the reading as the coast was! .30 or higher will set off the internal alarm. I figure the elevated reading was due to the fallout from Dirty Hanford or the nuclear tests from Nevada.

      • Cataclysmic Cataclysmic

        Hi uranium mountain. You have closer sources of some nasty rads.. Idaho National Lab and Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory.. DOE.. start digging and you will find they have been running experimental reactor for years… Fuel experiments too. All sorts of stuff. Waste dump, shallow pits right on top of Snake River aquifer..Over the last few years I have learned lots about it. Also meltdown and explosion there in Idaho falls.. Plus various open pit uranium mines in spokane 🙁 I live in Spokane… Very high counts here. So your high counts might also be impacted by all this. Nuke really is a monster that we need to stop! No nukes!!!

    • "in compliance with all federal regulations when it comes to imported produce" yeah… that's reassuring…

      • clamshellernh clamshellernh

        Aren't we forced to buy things from countries with the trade agreements ?

        • well, not exactly – you can choose not to buy products – reading labels helps with some identification of source though raw ingredients sourcing not always cited in processed foods – but – best to change your diet to focus on locally grown/greenhouse produced products and process your own foods. This also results in a consumers' direct action protest to trade agreements that allow foods from affected areas to be on shelves at higher rad levels than even Japan allows in their stores…. sprout seeds in your kitchen to supplement, if you can, grow azolla – rich in proteins/nutrients http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJyIeksKaEU – dry and use like a cereal, good fodder for chickens 🙂

          For the uninformed it is a disastrous choice – they do not know that their food choices will ultimatel kill them and their offspring and their pets.

          • clamshellernh clamshellernh

            Yes I agree , we are always being hit with more and more and more and be educated consumers .
            Look at whole foods selling GMOS ..my god and we trusted them .

            We need a poster made to put up in our local health food stores with radiation info as every hfs has them , they must be colorful to stand out .

            Anyone know of any ?

            That's when it's going to hit the people , the gmo movement did it so can we ..

            I am so sorry for the Japanese farmers what a beautiful country ..what are they to do .

            Livelihoods destroyed lives destroyed ..too much too much

          • clamshellernh clamshellernh

            I know there are ways to avoid but I love my condiments aka "condiment queen " my kids gave me that as fridge is just that lol

            • find a store that carries primarily latin american foods if you can, tho, that may be a lesser of 2 evils choice – pesticides v rads … but, still … make stuff from scratch… aioli… yummmy

              • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                I don't know about that , i mean they use the chemicals in some countries that they can no longer use here .
                Chili is one of them .
                But I do see you point in certain food stuffs .

                • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

                  Hi clamsheller!, I know you probably meant "Chile" but I couldn't resist!; I like my chili "hot",but the FDA raising the DIL to the levels that ensures it's "hot" even before it even gets to the stove isn't my idea of a wholesome,healthy dish!! 🙁
                  I get the sense that WE are "cooked"!! p.s.,I imagined a sealed Styrofoam cup with the chili ingredients already filled with borated water,just open the lid,pour out enough water till it's below the fill line and exposes the self-heating isotopes to air and in just minutes a hot,steaming cup of chili is done[?]!!(just don't let the water level go too low or it'll be overcooked!! LOL 🙂

          • clamshellernh clamshellernh

            Azolla ? Now that's a new one for me and I'm a foodie ..I'll take a look at that thanks

    • Is disingenuous to say the product was inspected. Visually? A Geiger counter is not a suitable method for discerning harmful levels for ingesting. You need a spectrometer. I guarantee the Canadian Food Inspection agency does not routinely use this equipment. Boycott all Japanese food. It is true however that there is a large Japanese food industry here on the west coast of Canada. Lot's of sushi restaurants.

    • We Not They Finally

      Even if that letter is true about where the oranges came from, they went out of their way in Japan to make sure that ALL of Japan would be contaminated by burning waste everywhere. Canada should just not buy produce from Japan period. Nor should the U.S. But it's all buyer beware. No one seems to be screening anything.

  • GQR2

    That answer does not inspire confidence the regulations aren't there to protect the people,they are there to cover the asses of wreckless business people or should i say vendors and suppliers. They are 100% confident eh? I would like to know exactly what the inspections procedures are, or is that some kind of trade secret too? Good on you Canuck for sending them letters. We all should do this.

  • GQR2

    They cooling system in unit 5 is not working. Maybe that is why things are going beyond sky rocketing – Realizing the poisoning it makes you want to scream,no? No cooling systems,a flooded radioactive swamp,disorganized crime handling and dying from the clean up. Disposal Bags bursting all over the island. Makes me want to scream and then just cry because there is nothing anyone can do at all. This is the fate we live – slow genocide by the Nuclear Death Cult and they love it, and want to make more money and raise the EPA standards like it was so much gas in their ovens.

    http://fukushima-diary.com/2014/07/reactor-5-pool-coolant-system-wont-get-back-august/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+FukushimaDiary+%28Fukushima+Diary%29

    • davidh7426 davidh7426

      It looks like our Not-friend MF has been a busy little troll, he tried some of his little games on 'Fukushima Diary' and they just lowered the boom on him… Read down to the comments…

      Melting Mermaid, you got an honourable mention, it almost brought tears to my eyes 😉

    • MF email is

      moefoe49@yahoo.com

      he left it at Fukushima Diary

    • @GQR2

      I tried to find those comments but couldn't, dont understand what 2nd URL means, I know what a URL is.

      Can you provide a direct link

      • davidh7426 davidh7426

        On the line that says…

        "Reactor 5 temperature jumped up 13 ℃ while losing coolant system only for 2 days [URL]"

        Direct link :: http://fukushima-diary.com/2014/07/reactor-5-temperature-jumped-13-%E2%84%83-losing-coolant-system-2-days/

        • Got it, but that one doesnt have MF disparaging stock or melting mermaid

          • davidh7426 davidh7426

            I didn't say that it did, but it does show that people are watching, and it does show Mermaid giving MF a good kicking, which I rather liked.

              • Jebus Jebus

                Check it out, NIALL (aka MF, aka Moe Foe) had a meltdown…

                And I quote…

                "Actually‚ you know what? Fuck this, I’m sick of you imbiciles trying to convince yourself that the apocalypse occurred and ev’ryone somehow missed it. Continue about your business, I’ve tired of wasting my time trying to help you out of your hole. Go vomit blood or whatever under your cesium skies."

                We love you mofo, you are the wind that fills our sails…

                • MFX 1209

                  MF isnt NAill. Check the ip. Different context. Maybe someone spoofing MF.

                • Wyakin Wyakin

                  Jebus LOL.

                  The appallingly insensitive stone troll who “insulted an elderly lady, the good doctor, a pediatrician, a man who’s wife who is dying,…” and all common folk in existence, has a complete lack of scientific competence.

                  I have to say his EPA comment is quite unremarkable and I would give him less than a passing grade if submitted in an academic setting. Slightly lower were it not for his mention of Enenews.

                  MF-“…the work of Dr. Goffman was not vetted nor accepted by ICRP.”

                  W-The ICRP will never vet Gofman’s, or work of any eminently qualified LLR scientist unless the results support the ICRP model. LNT does not reflect reality at low doses. ICRP only acknowledges fatal cancers, and directly observable genetic mutation caused at deterministic radiation levels. All the low level illnesses documented by scores of researchers show a plethora of resulting illnesses, including those not even directly exposed to radiation.

                  MF- “The best course of action is to base any policy on risk, and not turn that risk exercise into a numbers game…without having any real proof… so that…[RH] physics community is hamstrung with overly burdensome policies is not the answer…”

                  W-The hundreds of LLR research papers based on the use of the scientific method are the proof. If the regulatory limits are raised without deference to all the effects of LLR, why bother having a health physics discipline anyway? The troll is will to divest of his stony nose in spite of the…

          • MFX 1209

            Because it wasn't MF. Seems a lot of people all spun up over one guy. Moving on is probably the best course.

            • One guy, now you sound like socref, "just one guy" Just one guy

              • MFX 1209

                But my point exactly. Looks like you spent a lot of time profiling these people, memorizing what they say, probably saving web pages. Sounds like a full blown covert op to learn their identities. So what? What's your end game plan for all your efforts here? They are long time nuclear workers and advocates. You cant change them no more than they change you. Seems like both sides are a lot alike.

                • Not your point exactly, I don't give a shite about the pronukers themselves.

                  And nice to blow your cover in one post, LOL

                  Or try the blue pill, or would that cut your funding. LOL

                  • MFX 1209

                    We are a group of coworkers. Loyal to the cause and each other as concerns. If you dont care about them then why profile hem? For kicks? It seems maybe your investigative skills are showing you might be no different than the invasive distrustful government you seem to enjoy mocking.

                    • or-well

                      "..the cause…" yeah, cultist idealogues, True Believers, same old Nukist filth.

                    • earthsmith earthsmith

                      It's so much easier to be loyal to the lies….because you only have to answer to the lies. As for the cause, I will take the bet that when the SHTF and those rods get angry you and your concerned buddies will be the first to run scared and dole out your armchair theories. Cowards hide behind lies!

                  • MFX 1209

                    Have you gone on and posted to Rod Adams' site?

                • Jebus Jebus

                  Plenty of jobs for those who follow a failed technology and it's filthy legacy will employ them for hundreds of irradiated years.

                  Did you know that MFX 1209?

                  • MFX 1209

                    I did know that sir. Honest work is still honest work. The strong stay in to improve the situation for the greater good. Its easy to quit. Its hard to stick with something but persistence pays off. Even for a retired law man.

                    • or-well

                      Too bad none of what you do is honestand you're too weak to face the truth.

                    • Jebus Jebus

                      Those that toil at the nuclear altar are not in charge of their destiny. They know only what they are told. "everythings safe, no immediate danger". They study at the sponsered library of lies. They repeat what they are told without looking at the big picture. The average nuclear worker is lost in nuclear hell with writ as the only compensation for a compromised life span and swiming in the fishbowl of denial, accepting their personal perceived quality of life against the diminished collective quality of all life…

                    • Look at the lies all together, he just said his is with a group all together that doesnt like their identity exposed….pro nuke pimps. Why should they hide if they are speaking truth? they should be proud, they should walk the streets with signs?

                      Can you imagine what that would work out to?

                    • Wyakin Wyakin

                      False science speaks for itself.

                      After the insults and complete insensitively Atoms for Peace demonstrated for numerous people, I'd be eternally embarrassed through association.

                      Good luck in your salvage efforts. It'll never happen.

                      You may want to consider holstering that ego and chose to learn something that can actually save humanity.

                      Atoms for Peace is less than a competent scientist. By association, I assume you either are not a scientist, or are as incompetent.

                      If you have a science background, go back to school and get a real degree in biochemistry and publish a few peer reviewed papers before spouting off unsubstantiated microbiology BS, propaganda and patent fabrications.

                      Then someone here might listen to your nonsense.

                    • Gasser Gasser

                      Johnny Cash; If I were a Carpenter

                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=neeaXbKG5so

                      ~~~~~~~~
                      If I were a Nuclear scientist 

                      And you were a lady

                      Would you marry me anyway

                      And have my radioactive baby?

                      If a tinker of Nuclear Atoms were my trade

                      Would you still love me

                      Carryin' the Isotopes I made

                      Followin' radioactively behind me?

                      Save my love from scientific loneliness

                      Save my love through sorrows
                      
I've given you my contaminated onliness

                      Give me your cancer tomorrows.

                      If I worked my hands in Plutonium
                      
Would you still hug me?

                      Answer me, babe, "Yes, I would.
                      
I would radiate you above me."

                      If I were a recycler… yeah…
                      
At a Nuclear wheel rod grindin’
                      
Would you ware a radioactive blouse
                      
Little girl, with your soft shoes glowin'?

                      If we are Cesium contaminated

                      And you are a dying lady

                      Should we get married anyway

                      And have a deformed baby?

                      Save our love in isolated loneliness
                      
Save our love through deaths sorrows
                      
I've given you my radioactive onliness

                      Hoping we have some tomorrows.

                      ~Gasser Classic~

                    • Wyakin Wyakin

                      Gasser-I always get satisfaction from your posts. Very well thought thru and stimulating.

                      Not sure what you ride nowadays, but may it be the best.

                      As an urban creature myself, Hyabusa is my preference and have had the privilege of riding around many scenic vistas in far away places.

                      Thank you. Health and best wishes. W

                    • Gasser Gasser

                      @Wyakin…A new 2014 Honda CBR 1000RR SP only 200 in the USA…Quicker than a sparking discharged Plutonium MOX Becquerel from Fukushima Hell’s kitchen.

                      Go fast take chances…@ a buck 86 it helps in momentarily forgetting the nasty boondoggle FUBAR Nuclear circumstances we mortals of the realm have created…Ok WNTF you can get on my case now, let it all hang out for the nanny folks.

                • melting mermaid melting mermaid

                  Mother fuckers, do you have any idea what it is like to have a special needs child? It is exhausting and heartbreaking everyday. When you so callously destroy a child in the womb, you destroy that mother too. Google images of the children of Belarus, of Fallujah, What does it do to a woman to have a child with part of its brain missing or a penis growing out of its forehead…and since women and children are Clearly just chattel or collateral damage too you, what about the land? How many swathes of the earth have to become uninhabitable forever until yall realize, there are better ways to boil water and oh, murder your fellow man. Your right about one thing though, we probably can't change your mind, as you well know, if you are indeed a psychologist. Psychopaths have no empathy, even for their own dying world.

                    • melting mermaid melting mermaid

                      I'm sorry, David. Nothing more horrible than having to watch a child suffer. Shut these soul sucking, gene warping death traps down before it's too late and the merchants of death down with them. No one should be allowed to profit off of human suffering, it's inhumane. It's MAD!! MUTUALLY ASSURED DESTRUCTION! that's destruction of pro nukers as well as well us cult like, tin hat wearing, crazies who don't want to despoil the entire planet, just to save a few jobs.

                    • davidh7426 davidh7426

                      No need to apologize MM, we where lucky, my son just has ADHD and Aspergers.

                      He's been in foster-care for a while now, and to be honest, he's better off there, and he's doing brilliantly.

                      So, at least I was spared that, and I can concentrate on looking after the wife.

                      —–

                      M.A.D. – Mutually Assured Destruction –
                      The 'big boys' version of the suicide bomber…

                      ""
                      If I can't have it all, then I'll kill us both.
                      ""

                  • PurpleRain PurpleRain

                    So very true…

      • GQR2

        i'm sorry stock not sure which exactly you're referring to or what follow up you would like. will oblige if i can.

    • Arizonan Arizonan

      ENENEWS has almost 23,000 "likes" but there are only 111 comments on the EPA's proposal to increase radiation limits for the public. DEADLINE SOON. Comment period extended to Aug. 3. Is anyone out there? Read and comment. Follow NIRS. We want an increase in radiation protection, not a decrease!! Lower the amount of radiation the public can be exposed to, don't increase it! EPA has a screw loose. http://www.regulations.gov/#!documentDetail;D=EPA-HQ-OAR-2013-0689-0001

      • We Not They Finally

        I did comment. I called their raising of the standards "criminally insane" and asked if they were in public service to sanction poisoning people?

        Before I could submit it, there was a disclaimer that I had to sign saying I realized that my comments might be on a public website (don't care about that) along with my identity (not cool)! I submitted it anyway, but it was infuriating.

    • PurpleRain PurpleRain

      Don't scream… unless it's in writing letters, postcards…whatever. Don't get despondent, down, too sad…get angry! Get moving…get talking…get beating some drum like the Japanese mother's on street corners… like Kevin Blanchard. We all have to get a little braver and do a little more and tell more and more people to do the same. We have to give each other pep-talks and pats on the back too. (warm smile)

  • VyseLegendaire VyseLegendaire

    Tokyo itself is uninhabitable. Why did they expect anything different?

  • davidh7426 davidh7426

    I'll leave you all in peace now, I'm reaching the point where I get 'silly'. See you all tomorrow.

  • OK last idea for the night—-

    Health Care is not a reasonable substitute for Health

  • davidh7426 davidh7426

    I don't know if this has appeared here before, ( my memory isn't so hot lately ) It turned up on my 'Youtube watch this list'.

    But on the subject of "Worst may be yet to come; Risk of ‘much broader’ contamination"

    Coming to a Japan near you – "Radioactive Wolves Of Chernobyl – Scary Mutations [Full Documentary]"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dK99dvJO5PY&feature=em-share_video_user

    —–

    I'm gone 😉

  • dunkilo

    I wish all of you goodnight,Will tune in again to this site ….this is the only site I post on.I do love all of you.no matter of your beliefs or religion.Im a Christian and I wonder if God will save this planet or let it rot.People are not evil,individuals are.
    You keep me well informed,as my next step is to buy a printer and post fliers anywhere I can.its all I can do to spread the truth….I find with knowledge comes grief and sadness.
    Peace to all ..mine is running short.

  • fukuichi.mods.jp/?p=3&fname=p56_1.csv&cnt=120&update= unit 5 temp rising again and data for units 3& 4 stuck at yeterday

  • Hang tight….garden Zucchini has now been totally dehydrated and ready for the final geiger run to compare to wet Zucc and background.

    stock out, 30 minute run

  • jump-ball jump-ball

    'Outsider' Chris Martenson's view on how fast a grid failure destroys it all, and makes all other considerations meaningless nuko-babble:

    http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/crippling-the-us-without-firing-a-shot-the-electrical-grid-may-well-be-the-next-wars-battlefield_07172014

  • weeman

    Tell me something if the rubble is that contaminated, it must have been exposed to massive amounts of radiation, what that tells me the inisual realease must have been astronomical and is ongoing and dispersed throught the world, not just Japan.
    Is the reason that tepco can not find the corium is the majority has been vapiourized?
    Makes me wonder.

  • Jebus Jebus

    It really is no wonder that Tokyo is contaminated and godzilla is back…

    Radioactive isotopes in atmospheric aerosols over Russia and the Sea of Japan following nuclear accident at Fukushima Nr. 1 Daiichi Nuclear Power Station in March 2011.

    From 18 March to 15 April, an increase in concentrations of atmospheric aerosols over Vladivostok from 108.8 to 321.5 μg/m(3) has been registered. It was accompanied by increased activity concentrations of (134)Cs, (137)Cs, and the (131)I. During the period from 18 March to 15 April, activity concentrations of (137)Cs and (134)Cs in atmospheric aerosols increased 100 times compared with the minimum detectable concentration (MDC) level and peaked in the weekly sample gathered from 8 to 15 April (145.0 and 105.3 μBq/m(3), respectively). Variability of concentrations of natural isotopes of (7)Be and (40)K was not greater than 1 order of magnitude throughout the sampling period. Maximal values of (137)Cs and (134)Cs concentrations (1,281.5 ± 141 and 384.4 ± 42.3 μBq/m(3), respectively) in Tomsk were reached in samples taken from 1 to 2 April. For the atmospheric aerosol samples from the Sea of Japan, the largest concentration of (131)I (392.3 ± 215.7 μBq/m(3)) was detected from 13 to 19 May, while all other samples had much lower concentration values. Synoptic analysis of back trajectories movement of air masses showed that the radioactive cloud came to Vladivostok from the regions of Siberia and northeastern part of China.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Same study, original source…

    Radioactive isotopes in atmospheric aerosols over Russia and the Sea of Japan following nuclear accident at Fukushima Nr. 1 Daiichi Nuclear Power Station in March 2011.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24430499

  • Jebus Jebus

    Happy meals!

    Concentrations of radioactive cesium in different cuts of beef.

    After the Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant accident, high levels of radioactive cesium were detected in beef. Many prefectural governments decided to conduct blanket tests on meat from local beef cattle to prevent distribution of beef contaminated with radioactive cesium exceeding the provisional regulation value. In some cases, different concentrations of radioactive cesium were found in different cuts of beef from the same cows. These results raised questions about the reliability of the test results. Here, we investigated the reason for the differences in radioactive cesium concentration in different cuts of beef from the same cows. The concentrations of radioactive cesium in five different parts cuts of beef from three cows were negatively correlated with fat content, suggesting that the difference in radioactive cesium concentration is due to differences in fat content in the meat. In addition, our results showed that the concentration of radioactive cesium in muscle was more than 7-fold higher than that in fat in the same cow. These results suggested that it is necessary to use muscle for testing of radioactive cesium in cows.

    http://www.bioportfolio.com/resources/pmarticle/891994/Concentrations-of-radioactive-cesium-in-different-cuts-of-beef.html

  • inevitableendNZ inevitableendNZ

    More tepco lies and incompetency. So tonight there is another pink sky in Hastings, NZ. I can see it in the east, looking out towards the Pacific.

    • Ontological Ontological

      Thanks for sharing image the CesiumSky down unda. As this gets worse the K line Yellow sunlight is reducing fast! We were warned about the consequences of Cesium137 becoming Berium137 (microcrystalline)in the cold war era, about nuclear winter. These reflective needles are sending K line into scatter. Cameras can't see properly anymore due to extra QED colors to deal with that are MAJOR reflective. This will result in cold. big time cold. Ice and snow with this stuff mixed in will refuse to melt, and in diminished sunlight reflective ice is not good. Thanks again in light of this image, I am convinced now of EARLY damage there I will add cam images from Antarctica of damage only months after 3 11, to my CesiumSky image library.

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

    • just breathe just breathe

      iEENZ
      With all due respect NZ skies have that pink glow.
      They always have… However now that Fukushima has let loose it's torrent of death, I'm sure
      your pink sky sunsets are even more spectacular than ever.

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    Stock–wasn't MF declared an Enema of the State?

  • Jebus Jebus

    Understand that the new goal of these asshats is to get ANY p0rn links attributed to this website.

    Hence this entity's user name. I'm surprised he doesn't link the user name.

    Google now deranks websites that link to p0rn sites…

    • MFX 1209

      Maybe I like the name. It sounds like THX1138. No one is linking to a porn site here friend. That would get someone banned. I did not know that about Google. But its Alexa rankings that drive ad revenues.

    • Has MFX provided any value of any sort? Simple test.

      • MFX 1209

        Define value for the purposes here. Maybe the value as you say is to stay within the rules. I was not under the impression that people have to be treated like commodities. Value is based on perspective. If people believe have to agree to have value then its probably not going to happen.

        • Wyakin Wyakin

          MFX-"I was an asset."

          Asset: n. A useful or valuable quality, person, or thing; an advantage or resource: proved herself an asset.

          Since you have proclaimed both your law enforcement background and your "national asset" value, can you provide some context of what skills are deemed as national assets?

          You define the value based on your perspective. We all have perspective.

          All rational scientifically deducted arguments may be worthy of consideration providing they are not based on faulty unproven theses.

          Assets are tangible. What's your value as an asset?

    • MFX 1209

      You should watch the movie Outside Providence. I think the name the Farrelly Brothers was going for was "assbags"

      • Jebus Jebus

        Then lets get busy and shut all these assbag nuclear power plants down. It's an historicaly failed technology that threatens the quality of life for all life. Not just assbag humans…

        • MFX 1209

          We should not stop there assbags planes trains and automobiles should be banned. Assbag firearmsmAssbag foods. Assbag water and Assbags air too. Problem is that if you ban all the Assbags technology and people running them there wouldnt Ibe anything left. No one is righteous enough.

          • Jebus Jebus

            Oh but you digress.

            You have just discovered the goal of enenews.

            One site threatens you and your failed technology.

            Ya, it's about nuclear power. Exposing your industry's failure.

            Exposing the absurdity of that anti life mantra you support.

            Creating an awareness. Allowing those that were unaware of the lies to see.

            You are a diminishing breed while everyday more and more become aware.

            That's what has your panties in a bunch.

            You see, one only has to look at the big picture, all the data, and it becomes clear to the rational human that nuclear power is not the way forward.

            The truth becomes clear when nuclear power is exposed to scrutiny.

            Something your industry seeks to stop.

            Day by day more and more humans seek and find the truth here on enenews…

          • Jebus Jebus

            The big mistake you and your buddies make is that you focus on disrupting the comments here, while missing and ignoring the truth at the top of every new forum.

            300+ pages of the truth.

            WHOOSH…

            • MFX 1209

              Why does it have to be perceived as disruptive? I think your side can learn sow abot people on the other side. You want us to be trolls, that sort of defeats the purpose of open dialog. Yntul your sise realizes their are real people with real human lives andpassionate about doing the right thing, then pronuclear will be nothing but a caricature of what you want us to be. You want us to be assbags then thats what we arem its your loss by not seeing the good in all people not just those you feel righteous to your cause. You can learn a lot from a different point of view. There are too many haters in the world.

          • Sparky Sparky

            MFX 1209 = Assbag X 6. Impressive debate skills! (Good thing he didn't say those really bad words like "poopy", "ca-ca" and "doo-doo". I've heard that kind of MFX-rated language can get you banned from a site.)

  • Mf don't you have to work in the morning?

    • MFX 1209

      I dont know about MF. But I dont work Fridays.

      • Sparky Sparky

        ALERT 'Newsers: MF, Moe Foe and MFX 1209 are all one and the same TROLL. A few hours ago, he systematically tested the Fukushima-diary.com chat room to see if his personal e-mail addresses were visible on his posts. They were.

        Here are the troll's e-mail addresses that he posted for all to see on the FD website:
        mfx1209@gmail.com [for the MFX1209 creature]
        moefoe49@yahoo.net [for the MF and Moe Foe creature]

        Maybe he just needs friends.

        MFX 1209 has apparently graduated from potty mouth to porn (hence the "X" in MFX) and posted a link in the Fukushima Diary chat room to a porn site. This guy's a wiener, alright!

        'Newsers are an open-minded, tolerant bunch. But how long can ‘Newsers be expected to overlook this troll's flaccid appendage (his intellect) and his failed attempt to compensate via pornographic, pre-pubescent and nonsensical posts here on Enenews, Fukushima Diary and Nukepro's blog?

        Clearly, the troll MF, Moe Foe and MFX 1209 (and probably more MF avatars to come) gets his jollies by stalking these sites and inserting his blather where ever, whenever he can. Any hole in the conversation will do—he’s not particular.

        [Continued below.]

        • Sparky Sparky

          Troll ALERT 'Newsers [Continued]
          Not content to simply be annoying and disruptive, this MF, Moe Foe, MFX 1209 troll appears to be stalking individuals, IMO—and Stock in particular.

          Is this MF post on FD meant to intimidate Stock? [Sparky says, “Good luck with that!!”]
          “MF, “Ill be in Hawaii next year maybe we can chat about out differences over a beer” (FD, 7/18/14, 3:17 a.m.)”

          ‘Newsers, be alert to this poorly disguised troll MF, Moe Foe, MFX 1209 and his apparently insatiable need for attention.

          He obviously aspires to be a full-fledged troll someday, and is willing to push the limits of decency, civility, reason and science to do so.

        • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar VanneV

          He posted a comment to the EPA as MoeFoe [no surname]. He doesn't have a large standing if he is not posting as himself with his work title. I am reading Full Body Burden, the book about Rocky Flats. I highly recommend this book. The nuclear industry was using the same lies. Even though Rocky Flats was considered the most contaminated site in the US, the workers were told the same lies that MoeFoe is repeating. For example, that the work environment was safer than a downtown street. They were actually incinerating plutonium and stacking up the plutonium waste and letting it run into the irrigation ditches leading to the water reservoir for Broomfield. WIPP wasn't yet safely engineered before that starting receiving waste from Rocky Flats. They were sending the plutonium waste by boxcar to Idaho, 140 55-gallon drums in each boxcar and with 200 grams of plutonium in each drum. The governor of Idaho finally refused a boxcar and the governor of Colorado refused to receive it back and they pressured the Congress to open up WIPP early.

          It was the EPA and the FBI that shut down Rocky Flats. Dr. Helen Caldicott was at a number of the demonstrations at Rocky Flats leading up to the shutdown.

          Rocky Flats is not a sacrifice zone. The land surrounding Rocky Flats can never used again for human habitation ever again.

          NoeFoe needs to read this book. It documents many of the workers who died of cancer because they were at Rocky Flats.

          • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar VanneV

            The soil samples prove that a criticality occurred at Rocky Flats.

          • MFX 1209

            I was at Rocky Flats inthe90s Ihelped decommissioning efforts. People that never stepped one foot on site and write books are not experts and have a slanted view. I was there. Do you want the real story or do you want to continue believing some one with an agenda.

            • or-well

              ya, folks who write books can't know anything especially if what they say contradicts the Big Lies of a State. Better burn those books, cultist.

            • Do you mean these workers, who are talking?

              Under The 'Plutonium Shadow' Of Colorado's Rocky Flats; via @AGreenRoad
              http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/06/under-nuclear-shadow-of-colorados-rocky.html

            • nedlifromvermont

              Moe Foe doesn't read books, evidently … "Full Body Burden," written by Kristen Iverson, documents her childhood growing up in Arvada, downwind of Rocky Flats, her horseback rides across the plains and swimming in a reservoir which became contaminated, and also working on-site at the Plutonium processing facility, security clearance and all, in the secretarial department, sharing stories with co-workers who worked in the plutonium fabrication facility and through the Grand Jury investigation of crimes … which Grand Jury proceeding remains sealed to this day … … no shades of fascism there …

            • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar VanneV

              The author worked at Rocky Flats in 1996-1997 for a few onths. She lived for many years in the most contaminated spot in Bridledale and rode her horse over the contaminated fields. The man who helped get her horse out of Stanley Lake when the horse was stuck in the mud had to get into the mud to help and died of cancer as did many of her friends and their families. Her friends who had testicular cancer at age 20. Her friend and neighbor who died at age 11 of cancer. Her neighbors who died of brain cancer. And there are many documents in the footnotes of her book that are open to anyone to read.

          • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar VanneV

            Rocky Flats should be named a sacrifice zone. They built the buildings down into the earth. And then when they "cleaned up"
            they just removed the 1st 6 feet, and covered everything over. There are still leaking drums of plutonium waste buried there. They just put asphalt over.

            There are developers trying to make money off the land.

            I substitute taught near there a few times in Arvada and Superior. Everything is newly built. I almost bought a new house in the area. I'm glad I read Full Body Burden. I'll never teach there again. I pity the children and parents who don't know that the government wouldn't pay the money needed to clean up this site. There are huge amounts of plutonium in the soil 30 square miles to the east and southeast. No cleanup was ever done outside the site. They are still using Standley Lake for drinking water. The inhumanity of the human species knows no end.

        • davidh7426 davidh7426

          Partial quote from Sparky – "Maybe he just needs friends."

          With friends like him ( MF ), who needs enemas.

        • MFX 1209

          MFX isnt about porn its about shock. Just look at all the YouTube videos of normal people reaction. If you've seen it you too would be shocked. The message here is that sometimes people need to be shocked. You might find it shocking that the message you've been peddling isnt the one you think you're peddling. Are normal people burying it? They are about to change EPA rules start up reactors in Japan and build nuclear in Saudi Arabia. It looks like the world wide antinuclear movement is running out of steam.

      • or-well

        Of course you know. You are MF mofo.

  • I dont mind that my identity is exposed. We are not anonymous.

    Pro nukers think they must be anonymous. They know they are doing wrong.

    • MFX 1209

      You are amongst people who would not harm you. People that spew hatred usually eventually act on that. This is no more than hobby to me. However people have a lot to lose personally namely livelihoods. To work in certain areas you have to live a squeaky clean life Any implications no matter right or wrong true or false could result in loss os livelihoods and other people would be affected. Look at what that nun did in the name of her cause.Many innocent people and their dependents were affected. Real innocent lives ruined.Families torn apart.Sort of the same as you argue about those affected by Fukushima. But in this case you on know y see what you want to see.

      • Jebus Jebus

        I see another pro nuclear apologist, apologizing for his choice in life that is destroying this planet. He hides behind his lies because he knows deep down that he made a wrong choice by going with a failed technology, he knows he is part and parcel for millions of compromised lives, quality of life and vast areas of this planet Earth not fit for any life.
        Nuclear power is DEAD. You are in the fishbowl of denial and no one has changed your water for a long time.
        It's way past time to flush it…

        • MFX 1209

          I make no apologies for my chosen profession just as you make no apologies for yours. The people that know the best and worst are those within their system.

          • or-well

            Seems like in your profession they know the least.

            • MFX 1209

              You have to have a master's degree just to work in my group. Some have PhDs JDs and MDs. The people with MDs respond to radiation accidents and have been to Fukushima.

              • Jebus Jebus

                Educated idiots my veteran father used to say.

                They live in a corporate institutional consumer world with no real awareness of the everyday struggles of the average human. They have no concept of any other reality, but the one bought and paid for by their capitolist masters…

                • MFX 1209

                  There is nothing wrong with capitalism. Its the American way.Everything in balance. We can move forward. Ive blessed to be involved in cutting edge tech for a lon time.

                  No tech is perfect. Like the Phoenix rising out of ashes so too is nuclear going to rise.oh btw what do you think of secure vpn?

                  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar VanneV

                    The nuclear industry is definitely not capitalism. The nuclear industry is not accountable for any of its actions. It receives huge subsidies from the taxpayers for its operation, and to store its waste. It is the most expensive and most lethal form of energy. Could never survive in a market driven economy.

                    I hope the government stops the subsidies. We need market driven energy. The market would end oil, natural gas, and nuclear energies.

                    Nuclear energy is bankrupting every country that has it and its populations are also being decimated.

                  • lickerface lickerface

                    If everyone on this planet dies, how would nuclear possibly rise again? Did you see the discovery of ancient radioactive pipes in China leading to salt lakes? Perhaps mankind has already harnessed the power of the stars and failed, possibly multiple times. We may have been ready for the enormous immediate gift of nuclear, but nuclear isn't ready for incompetent humans – we were not (and still aren't) prepared for the consequences. Why the fascination of a technology that kills the very beings experimenting with it? It is a murderous and suicidal hobby. I hope you see the flaw here.

                  • melting mermaid melting mermaid

                    If capitalism is so great why don't you try it sometime? There's no free market in a Fascist empire. Crony capitalism maybe, but that's just corporate welfare. Am I right? And a government controlled by corporations is fascist. A Plutocracy supported by a fascist military empire, that holds the sword of damocles over all our heads. What's that called? I mean besides psychotic.

              • Wyakin Wyakin

                MFX-sounds like you are surrounded by many intelligent individuals. Might I ask what specific disciplines their degrees are in?

                • MFX 1209

                  Mostly science and engineering. However the M.D. post is pretty cool. He is well known in medical management of radiation accidents.He wrote a book on that topic.

                  • Wyakin Wyakin

                    MF-Not familiar M.D. Post. Please provide link.

                  • MFX 1209 hit the nail on the head.

                    "well known in medical management of radiation accidents."

                    These people manage nuclear accidents with spin. Doctor isn't curing radiation poisoning or coming up with ways to avoid future accidents but working with a team of lawyers and bureaucrats to manage a situation ie a nuclear accident, to their own advantage. Cancer from radiation may take a decade to kill. That's why you have phrases such as no immediate danger.
                    The lawyers say you can't say no danger.
                    Thanks for your pearls of wisdom, MFX

                    • PurpleRain PurpleRain

                      All I can say is that I HOPE some of these doctors are actusally helping and treating actual people and NOT USING THEM as more experiments!~~

              • lickerface lickerface

                I think there's a problem with degrees being a criteria for any key roles in such a powerful industry. Is it just me, or shouldn't your group include less institutionalized thinkers? Apparently the graduates of Nuke University aren't learning about the science of nuclear waste. I suppose now is a prime era for professors to finally begin coursework related solely to nuke waste, cleanup, decontamination, etc…

                No amount of PhD/JD/MD intelligence seemed to make a difference towards the good of our society. All I have to show for it is this Android device being charged by my night stand. And cancer… :/

              • or-well

                Hehehe….scroll down past the first two – High School Diploma. Then no questions, no thinking, no rocking the boat, and you advance by attrition.

                http://www.smartplanet.com/blog/smart-takes/how-much-can-i-earn-in-the-nuclear-industry/

                • lickerface lickerface

                  If people think $100k is worth dying for, they're crazy. These jobs offer much less than that, so it seems like a very underpaid position aimed to attract deadbeats. Not that education has anything really to do with intelligence/decision-making (I dropped out of college cheerfully and am better off), it is clear that industry wants high school level workers to do dangerous work while only paying them enough to make them think they're living it up. Also, moving up within the field is seemingly simple and mostly require previous work experience and that high school diploma. Easy way to keep people on the inside from leaving IMO.

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar VanneV

        I haven't the slightest idea what you are talking about. Are you talking about Sister Megan Rice? She didn't hurt anyone.

        You wouldn't be blogging here if the nuclear industry was so wonderful.

        • MFX 1209

          What happened subsequent to the break in was tragic for many innocent people and their dependents. People have to understand every action has ripple effects.

          • or-well

            Oppression and quashing dissent is usually tragic.
            Typical cultist?troll opposite-speak to defend the indefensible.

          • Attacking a nun and lying about results? sorry, you go to hell for that, oh wait, you were already scheduled for promoting radiation…..

            See you in Hawaii LOL

            • MFX 1209

              There no attacking a nun here. Neither am I questioning her motives.Iquestion the methods. Its not up to you or I to judge. Im Catholic too.

            • trollie, this is what I am calling you out on

              'What happened subsequent to the break in was tragic for many innocent people and their dependents" Your implication is that the Nun caused tragedy for innocent people. I say bullshite.

              Please define these so called tragedies

          • combomelt combomelt

            MFX 1209
            "What happened subsequent to the break in was tragic for many innocent people and their 'dependents'. People have to understand every action has ripple effects."
            please explain what was tragic, especially for the 'dependents'.(using this term to describe PEOPLE seems to be the flagpost for narcissistic personality disorder. Such a cold, tax/gov related term to describe 'something' not 'someone', a truly unfeeling psychopath.
            and MF/MX et al… should be made to understand that every action(3xCoreMelt-Thru)
            has ripple(worldwide acute actinide poisoning) effects, INDEED THEY DO.

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar VanneV

        MFX's words: "This is no more than hobby to me." This is no hobby for us. We are trying to save the children. Please have pity on the children. Shut down all nuclear now forever.

    • MFX 1209

      No. The people I know are very passionate about doing good. People become engineers for a reason.You know about that right? Many in the industry strive to do the right thing but humans are flawed no matter what walk of life. Seems that nuclear lives under a microscope more than any other industry.

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar VanneV

        Nuclear technology itself is flawed. Every nuclear reactor is a dirty bomb. Weapons of mass destruction are war crimes. When there is a nuclear accident the destruction is worldwide. The nuclear waste will bankrupt any and every economy in the future.

        Nuclear reactors are built to last 20 years, and they are having their licenses renewed for 60 or 70 years.

          • MFX 1209

            Those are just the ones you can find. With the exception of the three power reactor accidents the vast majority of these mishaps involved localized effects. Some had unnecessary broader evacuations. Still given that no enterprise is failsafe the nuclear industry is by far one of the safest enterprises. Safer than say flying in a Malaysian passenger plane.

            • or-well

              hehe, localised…to just one planet. Cultist opposite-speak, biglie mythologising.

            • He is telling a big lie.

              With an element of the truth "those are the ones you can find" because it is the MO of radiation industry to cover up cover up cover up, until forced to fess up. They always cover up….so maybe the list of accidents is 3 to 10 times larger.

              Nuke fails us again and again, and the new technology won't be reasonably better.

            • Sad a commercial flight was flying too close to a war torn area. You see the dead bodies and it's quantifiable. But it may take years and decades for all the illnesses and cancers from Fukushima to manifest.
              Not quantifiable. Especially when it is clear Tepco and Japanese government is lying. But to get back to your analogy, the wreckage of an airplane will be cleaned up and that land can be used for farming next month. Large tracks of land have been rendered useless and uninhabitable for generations in Russia and Japan.
              What other industry does that? It is so poisonous at Fukushima the cores are unapproachable by man or robot. They don't know where the cores are. Maybe a coal plant will render immediate area useless for farming or living but you won't die immediately if inspection of machinery is needed. Add to that the uncertainty in a long term solution to store waste and security risk as plutonium created by nuke plants is a key ingredient in nuclear bomb making. Oh yeah. What other industry has such close ties to the military?
              And why can't the industry look after its own waste without massive money from the government?

              • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                Mark, you see things very clearly! 🙂

                No other industry has crapped on this planet like Nuclear has and then gotten away with this secret behavior for 70 years.

                Of course I think we all know that oil has to go and very soon too.. 🙂

                We now must be smarter.. 🙂

            • Then we can look at the billions and billions of dollars spent on Hanford. Here is a very critical and mainstream link. We are not fearporners as you accuse us of. We deal in facts.

              http://www.nbcnews.com/news/other/hanford-nuclear-site-clean-mess-gets-worse-f2D11612868

            • USA spent over 90 Billion dollars on the failed Yucca mountain spent fuel storage facility, specifically built for commercial nuclear plants.
              Displays the incompetence of the industry and shows that the industry is not viable without massive government money.

              http://m.news24.com/health24/Lifestyle/Healthy-you/How-nations-are-tackling-nuclear-waste-storage-20140715

        • lickerface lickerface

          Exactly. It is highly flawed by design. The only reason more people are not concerned about nuclear problems is because they are brainwashed and lack the ability to quickly process new information. Such people might prefer a mainstream news source to hand them their brain in the mornings. Personally, I prefer to think for myself and use my own instrumentation to form conclusions and decisions.

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        MFX, you/Nuclear proponents have not been under any microscope and you have been very secretive about the results of Nuclear's uses, purposes and programs. Hiding in back rooms banking tons of money while millions take chemo and as millions of doctors around the world state gee we really do not know why you people have/got/are dying from this cancer.

        You are correct humans are flawed and always will be..

        • Obewanspeaks, you to are very perceptive and offer us words of wisdom. The nuclear industry is sleeping with the government and survives only through vast infusions of our tax dollars. 90 billion dollars could have bought a lot of solar panels instead of an empty mountain filled with empty promises.

          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            Yes Mark..lots of solar panels! 🙂

            We must all move quickly to change this strangle hold/paradigm that these Nuclear people now have on all our futures..they only exist because of failed government/Nuclear Industry entanglement policies. I told people that all we have to do is shut them all down and of course these people I was talking too stated we must have a replacement first. No, I stated, shut them all down now and then scramble like hell to change the energy direction and course immediately.

            But there will be less lights? Of course there will be less lights as I just flew over LA at night and the whole west coast is one gigantic pollution filled mess with excess millions of light bulbs a blazing brightly all night long.. 🙁

            In a natural organic Earth world none of those lights would be on..period!

            We must sacrifice right now, today, for/to save the future of the world we are now creating.. 🙂

            • Is a puzzle to me that America's finest nuclear scientists and experts could piss away 90 billion tax dollars with narry a whimper from the public.
              And they still maintain credibility in some circles!

              I agree with you shut them all down now. The science is flawed. But also some accountability from elected officials would be nice.

      • PurpleRain PurpleRain

        That's bullshit. Nuclear isn't under any microscope. They pay everyone to look the other way!!!~~

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    well all, goodnight; I do have work I'm privileged to do in the morning. Gonna hug a tree. 50 feet off the deck at 50 mph.

  • rogerthat

    http://mainichi.jp/english/english/newsselect/news/20140717p2a00m0na013000c.html
    KAWAMATA, Fukushima — As the Sendai Nuclear Power Plant in Kagoshima Prefecture advances toward reactivation, a Fukushima nuclear evacuee here is concerned that lessons learned from the Fukushima nuclear disaster are now being forgotten, a concern shared by many in the prefecture….
    …Ryoko Torihara, 65, chairwoman of an association opposing the Sendai Nuclear Power Plant, said, "They used too low of a magnitude for their earthquake standard (in safety calculations)," and also questioned whether potentially destructive volcanic activity could really be predicted before affecting the plant. "The NRA is not a regulation authority, it is a (nuclear plant) promotional authority," she said. …
    Yoshitaka Mukohara, 57, leader of another anti-nuclear plant group, said, "A number of problems (with the Sendai nuclear plant) are being left unattended. Are people fine with restarting the plant while evacuation plans have yet to be created?"

  • rogerthat

    http://www.dawn.com/news/1119712/japans-nuclear-watchdog-says-two-reactors-safe-to-switch-back-on
    TOKYO: Japan’s nuclear watchdog said on Wednesday that two atomic reactors were safe enough to switch back on, marking a big step towards restarting the country’s nuclear plants which were shuttered after the Fukushima crisis.
    But fresh protests — and accusations that the regulator is a puppet of the powerful atomic industry — have highlighted the challenges Prime Minister Shinzo Abe faces in bringing back a technology that many Japanese have forever sworn off.
    Abe has been trying to persuade a wary public that the world’s third largest economy must return to an energy source which once supplied more than a quarter of its power.
    Widespread anti-nuclear sentiment has simmered in Japan ever since an earthquake and tsunami in March 2011 caused meltdowns at the Fukushima power plant — the worst atomic disaster since Chernobyl.
    Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NRA) officials on Wednesday issued a more than 400 page safety report on the Sendai plant in southern Japan, technically giving the operator the green light to switch on its two reactors — in what would be the first restart since Japan ushered in tougher regulations last year…

  • rogerthat

    …NRA chairman Shunichi Tanaka said the Sendai plant would have to operate under some of the world’s toughest safety standards to reduce the risk of another major accident.“But it is often misunderstood when we talk about safety… we can never say there is zero risk,” he told reporters in Tokyo.
    At a public meeting to finalise their decision, Tanaka and his colleagues were met with shouts of “Shame on you!” from a small band of protesters, while demonstrators also gathered outside the Sendai plant.
    “The NRA has yielded to the enormous pressure of the nuclear industry and the Abe government… instead of putting the safety of people first,” said Kazue Suzuki from Greenpeace Japan. …

  • rogerthat

    http://www.manufacturing.net/news/2014/07/japanese-nuclear-plant-deemed-safe
    … (NRA) chairman Shunichi Tanaka (said) the inspection for the Sendai plant incorporated lessons from Fukushima, particularly focusing on ways to build layers of protection in case of serious incidents in a country prone to natural disasters, including volcanic activity, eathquakes, tsunami and typhoon.
    "Previously, safety inspections were merely design-based, but this time we focused on how to prevent severe accidents," he told a weekly commissioners' meeting, which was repeatedly disrupted with anti-nuclear protesters heckling from the floor.
    Tanaka said multi-layer steps are in place to protect the reactor core and its containment chamber from damage, while reducing radiation leaks by adding filtered vents. The operator also upgraded the equipment's seismic resistance and tripled the tsunami seawall to 15 meters (50 feet). Other risks such as terrorist attacks, airplane strikes and violent volcanic explosions also have been taken into consideration.
    The Sendai plant is surrounded by at least five active volcanos. Commissioner Kunihiko Shimazaki, a seismologist, said it's impossible to accurately predict eruptions, although the current assessment suggests a catastrophic eruption is extremely unlikely. …

    – ''we focused on how to prevent severe accidents'' but how do you do that if 'it's impossible to accurately predict eruptions'? Earthquake, Tsunami, is Eruption next?

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    AREAS FAR AWAY BEING CONTAMINATED . . .

    With no end in sight.

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    The goal of the nuclear industry may be to simply take discussions at anti-nuke sites off topic, and hence ruin the threads.
    Congrats to the nuke industry!
    You have succeeded.
    Perhaps if those 'Newsers, who really know better, didn't engage the nuke industry plant, they would get bored and move on.
    Engaging our most recent example has done nothing more than give them energy and attention.
    The result is clear in the destruction of this thread.
    What were we supposed to be talking about? 😉

    • MFX 1209

      Funny I thought this was a news site not an antinuclear news site.. How man of the 22000 theatre liked this site are antinuclear? A majority of the bloggers sure. I was one that clicked like doesn't mean I Agree with bloggers.

    • Shun the idiots….we have work to do. They're not worth the entertainment value.

      Note: Two of my anti-nuke/health awareness friends did recently start following enenews and nice surprise to see their addition up there in the top corner. Welcome!

      Spread it, tip it. The awareness grows! 🙂

    • Actually Philip, the pro nuker made me do extra research.
      Links are in above comments but I did not know USA government spent 90 billion bucks on the failed Yucca mountain
      repository for spent fuel from commercial reactors. Also behind schedule and billions over budget on Hanford cleanup. Evidence of inept experts from mainstream media. Maybe this person will learn something and question his/her own beliefs. And meeting pro nuke propaganda with silence erodes our own credibility, I think.

  • jec jec

    Any way some of the contamination could be coming from groundwater?

    • jec jec

      Buoys offshore of Fukushima are alerting due to water rise/drops of over 100 feet. NOAA has world wide buoy system, and those two show similar issues of abnormal sudden water rise or drops.Could this be related to spreading contamination?

    • We Not They Finally

      There is no way that groundwater could NOT be contaminated when the soil and air is. The entire environment is contaminated. I believe that Daiichi is also built on an aquifer, so how could there be safe water ANYWHERE there?

  • Cisco Cisco

    Global Physicians Issue Scathing Critique of UN Report on Fukushima >>> "Fukushima: Bad and Getting Worse"

    "The International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) joined the controversy June 4, with a 27-page “Critical Analysis of the UNSCEAR Report ‘Levels and effects of radiation exposures due to the nuclear accident after the 2011 Great East-Japan Earthquake and tsunami."

    "Physicians find ten grave failures in UN report"

    "The majority of the IPPNW’s report details 10 major errors, flaws or discrepancies in the UNSCEAR paper and explains study’s omissions, underestimates, inept comparisons, misinterpretations and unwarranted conclusions."

    Read IPPNW's 10 major errors at http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/07/18/fukushima-bad-and-getting-worse/

  • Awesome fact finders!! tweet tweet

  • We Not They Finally

    The reasons for them not informing the farmers in the area of lethal radiation in the crops is NOT "unclear." They just gave less importance to people's very lives than to their own private economic interests. Nothing "unclear" about that. They're murderers.

    • Indeed, 10 years ago I used to state "never attribute to conspiracy that which can be more easily explained by ignorance and denial"

      However, in the new world order, 8 of 10 conspiracies are later proven to be true. What have we become?

  • Message for ENE admin left at Nuke Pro

    PPPPS: Please, please, please, Ene Admin. Do an article about EPA's dastardly scheme STAT.

  • mairs mairs

    "Even now the meltdowns in Fukushima still cause lingering worries for people many miles away."

    Is this sentence a joke? Do they think that because the people covering this have a short attention span that radiation disappears because they've lost interest? "Even now"????????? Who are these joker journalists at CBS?

  • I think this article gives us a, dare I say it, refreshing recheck, and a muscular "counterpunch" to the latest swath of industry lies:

    Global Physicians Issue Scathing Critique of UN Report on Fukushima
    Fukushima: Bad and Getting Worse
    by JOHN LaFORGE
    [July 18, 2014]
    http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/07/18/fukushima-bad-and-getting-worse/

    "The IPPNW’s report says flatly, “Publications and current research give no justification for such apparently optimistic presumptions.” UNSCEAR, the physicians complain, “draws mainly on data from the nuclear industry’s publications rather than from independent sources and omits or misinterprets crucial aspects of radiation exposure”, and “does not reveal the true extent of the consequences” of the disaster."

    • "As a result, the doctors say the UN report is “over-optimistic and misleading.” The UN’s “systematic underestimations and questionable interpretations,” the physicians warn, “will be used by the nuclear industry to downplay the expected health effects of the catastrophe” and will likely but mistakenly be considered by public authorities as reliable and scientifically sound. Dozens of independent experts report that radiation attributable health effects are highly likely."

  • fragilespecies

    I have been following ENE for quite some time now. I want to Thank you for making me feel less alone in my awareness…and certainly less crazy than I know I would have otherwise felt. I appreciate your efforts to stay informed and inform others. I am really angry…for you, for me, for the children and this blue marble we all call home.

  • weeman

    I would like to ask you, what kind of surge will there be if they lose control of the the Fukushima nuclear plant and have to abandon the site, three run away reactors with all the spent fuel assemblies in various locations.
    I never understood why they did not move the spent fuel in the common pool #5, just to play it safe, you could put it in the Olympic sized pool you are building for Olympics, I am sure many world records could be broken?

  • dosdos dosdos

    A couple of articles debunking the the EPA's proposed new standards, and the UN health report by UNSCEAR.

    http://enformable.com/2014/07/epa-wants-opinion-well/

    http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/07/18/fukushima-bad-and-getting-worse/

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    July 18, 2014 at 12:58 pm · Reply
    Can nuclear power rebrand itself as environment-friendly? – CSMonitor.com
    http://www.csmonitor.com/Environment/Energy-Voices/2014/0718/Can-nuclear-power-rebrand-itself-as-environment-friendly
    The notion of nuclear power as a climate solution remains anathema to many inside and outside the environmental movement. The arguments against using it are manifold, including not just the most recent nuclear disaster in Japan but also the challenge that there is no permanent resting spot for spent uranium fuel. Beyond the safety issues, critics point to the high cost of construction, which run well into the billions for a single reactor.

    These are key reasons Nuclear Matters recruited Ms. Browner, once an ardent opponent of nuclear energy, who has joined other environmentalists operating independently, such as James Hanson at the Columbia University Earth Institute, to support nuclear power. Those eco-activists have found common ground with moderate Republicans who believe that climate change must be addressed to avoid its worst possible effects, such as rising tides and melting snow caps.

    “Frankly, if you are concerned about the safety issues, then why not endorse the newer nuclear plants that are built with added safeguards,” Abraham adds. “Moreover, the existing plants have been consistently upgraded to meet the newest challenges and safety threats.”

    More than 430 commercial nuclear power reactors are operating in 31 countries,…

  • jcfougere jcfougere

    Do we not have enough computer nerds here that we can start tracking actual physical locations of Trolls, hack their computers, and start showing up on peoples door steps? I would like to know where MF lives, along with other nuke protectors. The doctors that spread lies, the agency officials that spread lies. I want to know where they all live so everyone can be made aware of where they live.

    When the death and destruction starts to be real mainstream and can no longer be ignored, it would be great if we could treat these pieces of shit as if they were Nazi SS post WWII. I for one would like to see people hang.

    If we really want to hold these people accountable for their actions, we have to be able to catch them when TSHTF.

    • zogerke zogerke

      It does not serve this website well to have ANYONE infer threatening people's safety and well being and home trespass- no matter how we disagree with them. Think your comment is not well meaning in any land, not even here……Hope you see the perspective I am coming from and make different choices in the future.

      • jcfougere jcfougere

        Figure of speech of course. The reason I would want an address is so we could protest at their homes, their place of business, put up signs in their neighborhoods. Bring the fight to their door. Maybe if everyone in their neighborhood was made aware of who lives among them, the shame and constant stink eyes might promote a change in their stance.

    • Thats going a bit far, I think a generalized "there ain't enough light poles" for all the powers that be that are raping our society would probably be an acceptable rant. But targeting specific people with hanging is pushing it too far and may actually be illegal.

      Even our top politicians deserve due process….lol kind of.

    • PurpleRain PurpleRain

      Better use of time would be spent fighting all things (agencies, industries, that are pro-nuclear)..not stalking people!

  • and to think Japanese farmers used to be concerned about the 1 Bq/kg deposited from sand storms coming out of Malaysia. Unless there's been some recent accident in North America we don't know about, this current surge from Fukushima they speak of did get detected far away. According to our research, as far as the east coast of America. Even further disturbing to me, which I related in my comment to the EPA, is that despite these adverse findings, none of these samples registered even close to 350cpm with our gc or scintillator. http://eagerlabassistants.com/thelab/soilproject.html

  • As per above article Tepco and the government knew about radiation spreading through dust caused by demolition work but neglected to tell the public. Word on the street is contaminated rice is mixed with non contaminated rice until the numbers come down. The deceit of the industry and government is reported in mainstream news. The facts found on this website are from reliable sources. Nuclear accidents are managed by spin doctors. To properly remediate Fukushima requires an amount of money that would bankrupt Japan and in turn ruin the global economy. They prefer to allow the world population to absorb the extra sickness and mortality.

  • fragilespecies

    Rebrand nuclear power? That is hysterical….just smile at it and it wont hurt you…(yes, sarcasm) If it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck…etc. I personally would rather have to worry about duck waste over nuclear waste any day.
    Waste and miss – management will keep nuclear energy user unfriendly.

  • Nuclear power steals from the future, while being non economical in the present.

    A new option has made nuclear obsolete. Solar PV Can be had for 30 years at 3 cents to 9 cents per kWH, and it stays at that rate.

    Nuclear dies at 14 cents (Kewaunee) and increases every year.

    Does this even deserve any more discussion?

  • There is broad disagreement over the amounts and effects of radiation exposure due to the triple reactor meltdowns after the 2011 Great East-Japan Earthquake and tsunami. The International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) joined the controversy June 4, with a 27-page “Critical Analysis of the UNSCEAR Report ‘Levels and effects of radiation exposures due to the nuclear accident after the 2011 Great East-Japan Earthquake and tsunami.’”

    http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/07/18/fukushima-bad-and-getting-worse/

  • Japan rejoins World Nuclear Cartel (Bloomberg)

    http://www.bloomberg.com/video/japan-rejoins-world-nuclear-club-_3X_cNw5SA2MIA0rlnl4ig.html

    "dirty fossil" typical pimp job from the NWO folks at BB

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