TV: “Astronomical amounts of radiation” found in downtown Tokyo… Directly outside gov’t building — ‘Horrific’ readings where kids playing in Fukushima, ‘extreme’ levels found where food is grown for elementary school lunches — Nuclear expert shocked, upset by discovery (VIDEO)

Published: August 22nd, 2016 at 12:10 pm ET


CCTV (Channel 17 in Burlington, Vermont), published Jun 20, 2016 (emphasis added):

  • Margaret Harrington, host: I know you mentioned Arnie Gundersen, the chief engineer at Fairewinds, and he said that he measured the radiation there, too. Could you talk about that a little bit?
  • Maggie Gundersen, Fairewinds Energy Education founder and CEO: He’s working with some other scientists who are studying — both Japanese scientists, the samples that they took, and the US scientists who are evaluating the samples — and they’re finding astronomical amounts of radiation, even in downtown Tokyo outside of METI’s door. METI is the regulatory agency over nuclear power… When he and others were downtown in Tokyo, they took samples right there in a garden right outside the door and on the front doormat, and these are really, really high samples. Frightening, because people walking in Tokyo will then be inhaling that dust. What was the film we saw from Japan that had the mothers who were in an area where kids play and run from middle school?
  • Caroline Phillips, Fairewinds Energy Education: It’s a fantastic video… it’s a mothers organization, they live in the Fukushima Prefecture and they’re actually using Geiger counters that have been issued by the government. They’re walking along the river [in Fukushima City.]
  • Maggie Gundersen: What’s so tragic about it – kids are running along dirt paths doing gym class and track and things like that and the mothers are right down in areas that are not posted and the kids can go after school and play, and people do nature hikes and stuff. And the radiation readings are horrific.

Gendai Business Online (article in Japanese here), Jun 14, 2016: [J]ust before the 5th anniversary of the triple meltdown at Fukushima Daiichi, a group of young girls in the city of Minami-Soma rode their bikes to school past a shocked and saddened pedestrian. That upset observer was Arnie Gundersen, nuclear reactor expert… “What surprised me at this visit to Japan… is that the decontaminated area is contaminated again,” Mr. Gundersen said while explaining why it was such as sad shock to witness the girls on their bicycles. “This was not what I had expected. I had thought that we would not find such high doses of radiation in the decontaminated area. But, sadly, our results prove otherwise.”… Gundersen collected samples of dust [though] the official data cannot be released before the publication of formal scientific papers, it is evident that high doses of radiation, usually found in nuclear waste, was detected from these samples. “This means that highly radioactive dust is flying around the city. In other words, the decontaminated land is contaminated again. Little girls are affected by the radiation 20 times as much as adult men. The Japanese government’s standard of 20 mSv is based on exposure assessments for adult men. The girls on their bicycles are actually being affected by a radiation dose equivalent to as much as 400 mSv.” Mr. Gundersen also pointed out that human lungs are heavily affected by internal exposures to radiation. “At this visit, I wore a radiation proof mask that can filter out 99.98% of radiation for six hours. I sent my filter to the lab, and they found a high dose of Cesium. But, unfortunately, the Japanese government only cares about the number on a Geiger counter and does not consider the internal exposure. This has resulted in a hazardous downplay of this kind of data and human lungs are affected by the serious internal exposure.”… [T]he radiation from the mountains are coming back to the city by way of wind and rain. Mr. Gundersen noted the extreme radioactive contamination of the mountains… vegetables grown in that area exceed the government’s standard by 1500 Bq. These vegetables were sold at the MichinoEki in Tochigi prefecture, and the bamboo shoot grown in this contaminated region was used for elementary school lunches in Utsunomiya. These school lunches contained more than twice as much radiation as the government’s standard… However, the government continues to push for the end of people’s relocation and force the return to recontaminated areas… Mr. Gundersen also found that Tokyo remains contaminated. He measured dust… and found a high dose of radiation. That dust is in the air that will be inhaled by the visitors and athletes of the 2020 Olympic Games. Needless to say, the current residents are inhaling it every day…

Watch the CCTV Channel 17 interview here

Published: August 22nd, 2016 at 12:10 pm ET


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1,294 comments to TV: “Astronomical amounts of radiation” found in downtown Tokyo… Directly outside gov’t building — ‘Horrific’ readings where kids playing in Fukushima, ‘extreme’ levels found where food is grown for elementary school lunches — Nuclear expert shocked, upset by discovery (VIDEO)

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Ice Wall at Fukushima Daiichi damaged by recent typhoons in Japan
    Sept 2 2016

    • And it's important to note that the "ice wall" isn't frozen yet. It will take a LOOONG time to freeze that hotspot.

      This is good tech and works to cool the reactors using no moving parts while relying on the heat from the reactors to activate it but it's not a ice anything, at most it may be a slushy in some small areas.

      Used to try to keep the blobs cooling below the point where they could split the water into hydrogen and oxygen. If that happens that whole area is a done deal with no way for the (f)nuckers to deny it…

      This is the way this thing works:

      So it is easy to understand they may have some broken parts, just don't confuse that with broken ice, there is no ice to break a fuku.

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        250,000 years of spewing Nuclear poisons.. is a very long time to spew poisons on/all over this Earth.

        Just saying! 🙁

      • StPaulScout StPaulScout

        Hippie dog – "This is good tech and works to cool the reactors" and this "Used to try to keep the blobs cooling below the point where they could split the water into hydrogen and oxygen" suggests you know not of what you speak. The 'ice wall' is supposed to stop the flow of water around the fuel that melted out period. It is supposed to stop that water from flowing into the ocean.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Fragile Human workings.
    Going to hold back the sand and sea…huh?

  • rogerthat

    ‘Without Nuclear Weapons N Korea Would Have Long Become Another Syria or Iraq’ © Sputnik/ Àngel Monlleó


    Read more:

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    If a person doesn't report the news.. the masses act like it is not happening.

    Scientists Investigate a Mysterious Cancer Plaguing California Sea Lions
    Aug 29 2016

    Sea lions still struggle on coast
    Aug 31 2016

    • GOM GOM


      "If a person doesn't report the news.. the masses act like it is not happening"

      It's true. The answer is grounded in psychology, people often choose to ignore information, electing to stay ignorant.

      The information may demand a change in beliefs,..the information may demand undesired action,..,the information itself or the decision to learn information may cause unpleasant emotions or diminish pleasant emotions.

      Focus appears to be based on consumerism, being entertained, disruptions in the status quo.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Every time I see one of those emaciated, starved sea lions, it makes me cringe. And feel like weeping ….

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      from HotR's link; Over the past three years, 80 to 90 percent of all California sea lion pups have died.
      More than a quarter of the adult California sea lions that die at the Marine Mammal Center suffer from cancer

      Ask any of those well meaning workers and scientists at the Marine Mammal Center if fallout from 10,000 Hiroshima bombs could be contributing to this huge cancer effect, and they will tell you absolutely not, its global warming.

  • rogerthat

    The Conversation Africa is a news and analysis website which is a collaboration between academics and journalists.

    The link between uranium from the Congo and Hiroshima: a story of twin tragedies

    Susan Williams, Institute of Commonwealth Studies

    On August 6 – Hiroshima Day – I participated in a groundbreaking event at the South African Museum in Cape Town entitled The Missing Link: Peace and Security Surrounding Uranium.

    The event had been organised by the Congolese Civil Society of South Africa to put a spotlight on the link between Japan and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC): that the uranium used to build the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima came from the Shinkolobwe mine in the province of Katanga.

    This was the richest uranium in the world. Its ore had an average of 65% uranium oxide compared with American or Canadian ore, which contained less than 1%.

    The mine is now closed, but its existence put it at the centre of the Manhattan Project in the second world war. The Congo was a Belgian colony at the time and the Congolese suffered from the harsh colonial reality of racism, segregation and extreme inequities.

    Following the war, the mine became a focus for the Cold War conflict between the superpowers. Today, freelance miners, desperate to earn a living and at severe risk to their health, still go to the site …

  • rogerthat

    SEPTEMBER 1, 2016
    The Dangerous Nuclear Plant Rising on DC’s Doorstep

    Dominion Virginia Power, a section of the giant utility Dominion, is proceeding unlawfully with construction of its $19-billion-plus power reactor 80 miles from Washington, DC — called North Anna 3 — and must get formal approval from the Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) before it can continue, according to a petition filed August 30th by the Virginia Citizens Consumer Council (VCCC; ), a nonprofit group based in Elliston, Va.

    The group’s “Petition for a Declaratory Judgment” says in part: “At an estimated total cost of at least $19.2 billion, North Anna 3 would be the most expensive power [reactor] ever built in the United States and could raise customers’ rates by 26 % or more according to the Virginia Attorney General.

    ''While Dominion claims that North Anna 3 is needed for compliance with the federal Clean Power Plan, it would be far costlier than the low-carbon alternative of combined renewables, demand-side management, and efficiency … Dominion has not complied with Virginia law by failing to seek SCC approval before making expenditures on project development and beginning preliminary construction of North Anna 3.” …

  • rogerthat

    SEPTEMBER 1, 2016 11:51 AM
    Judge refuses to dismiss three parties from lawsuit over dumping of radioactive waste

  • rogerthat

    Niigata Gov. Drops Reelection Bid to Promote "Pure" Debate on N-Plant

    Niigata, Aug. 31 (Jiji Press)–Niigata Governor Hirohiko Izumida said Wednesday he hopes that giving up his bid for reelection will promote a "pure" public debate on whether to accept the restart of the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa nuclear power plant in the prefecture.

    "My withdrawal will enable pure discussions on how to deal with the nuclear plant (duringt the campaign period)," Izumida told a press conference.

    The previous day, Izumida abruptly announced his decision to scrap his reelection bid, citing critical reports by the Niigata Nippo local daily on a ship purchase deal by a firm partly owned by the prefecture and resulting money trouble.

    Unless he refrains from running in the Oct. 16 gubernatorial election, the ship purchase trouble will replace the nuclear plant restart as the main campaign issue, he noted.

    Izumida has been cautious about the restart of the the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant, operated by Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc. <9501>, saying he can hardly think that TEPCO has fully investigated and reviewed the March 2011 meltdowns at its disaster-crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant.

  • rogerthat

    ‘Leakage poses grave threat to Arab nations’ – ‘Act now to shut Bushehr reactor’
    3 days ago

    KUWAIT CITY, Aug 30: Recent events validate the call for adopting extra precautions against a possible nuclear leakage at Bushehr nuclear reactor in Iran located only 200 kms from Kuwait. It’s clear that Iran will suffer minimal effects in case of an industrial accident, as the nuclear reactor is 1,600 kms from Tehran. In this context, environmental expert Dr Yaqoub Al-Sharrah stated the outcome of nuclear leakage at the Bushehr nuclear reactor will be destructive, in view of frequent earthquakes Iran witnesses each year. He wondered if the Iranian authorities and GCC states have adopted adequate precautionary measures to deal with a possible accident, in the wake of the Japanese nuclear tragedy that caused major devastation.

    He pointed out that countries like Sweden and Finland have changed their plans to establish nuclear reactors after the Japanese disaster. He also said human mistakes could prompt a leakage, besides the threat of earthquakes.

    He called for removal of the Bushehr nuclear reactor to ensure security of Kuwait and other Gulf countries, as well as the welfare of Iranians and citizens of other neighboring countries. …


    Clam Lake, Wisconsin [look were it's hidden]

    ELF transmitter in 1982, part of Project ELF, the downsized successor to Sanguine. Sections of the right of ways for the power lines that make up the two 14-mile-long ground dipole antennas can be seen passing through the forest in lower left.

    The goal was a system that could transmit tactical orders one-way to U.S. nuclear submarines anywhere in the world, and survive a direct nuclear attack.


    ELF Radiation
    Cellular, Physiological, and Behavioral Changes

    Largest study finds evidence of association between EMFs and exposed worker suicide.



    External ELF magnetic fields induce electric fields and currents in the body which, at very high field strengths, cause nerve and muscle stimulation and changes in nerve cell excitability in the central nervous system.

    Human beings evolved in connection with the Earth's energy. Earthing, also known as grounding, is simply reconnecting to the Earth's healing energy.

    Bodies are on fire. Earthing appears to extinguish the flames through the transfer of negatively-charged electrons from the surface of the Earth into the body where they neutralize positively-charged destructive free radicals involved in chronic inflammation.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      GOM, my spouse and I practice grounding and sleep on grounding sheets. Posted the other day (Plowboy does this too) & said it's nice to sit around the house, barefoot, on a nice grounded tile floor.

      Definitely helps calm the psyche and the body, too.

    • Keyhole

      That's an awesome avatar. It's a perfect fusion of style and beauty.

      As long as you brought up the subject, I'll explain my avatar. The light going through the keyhole will eventually melt through the keyhole, and the keyhole will disintegrate. That represents my beliefs about transcendence of the human soul over the physical matter that we're trapped in.

      My username refers to the fact that anything we can perceive is channeled through a very narrow scope of perception, like a keyhole. I believe we can transcend that through spiritual growth. That's what my avatar represents.

      • Maybe so but if we keep "the mind of a child" we know.

        And if we also use the mind of a servant we can do something about it…

        No better, no worse, (well maybe better with the mind of a servant) just guarding others.

  • rogerthat

    The FBI’s Clinton File
    Vanishing digital devices, memory lapses and withheld emails.

    Sept. 2, 2016 6:47 p.m. ET

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation waited until the Friday afternoon before Labor Day weekend to release its investigation summary and interview notes with Hillary Clinton about her private email server, and no wonder. The new information makes a hash of what’s left of the former Secretary of State’s credibility. …

  • rogerthat

    Here’s All 40 Times Hillary Clinton Told the FBI She Couldn’t Remember Something

    by Alex Griswold September 2nd, 2016

    All of the below quotes are taken verbatim from the FBI notes of their interview of Hillary Clinton released this Friday: …

  • rogerthat

    … the weekend earthquakes were among the strongest yet in a state that has seen a dramatic, unexplained increase in seismic activity. …

    What is notable about the quake is that in recent months as a result of the decline in fracking, the number of quakes especially in the Dallas region, had declined significantly. …


    List of the Harmed

    The water, people & animals..dead & dying. Pennsylvania.

  • Hot Dogging Vietnam Vet Pilots and a Huey Adventure Ride

    I did this today…..its worth a look


    US Plutonium Experiments..How You Die

    feeding radioactive material to mentally disabled children

    exposing U.S. soldiers and prisoners to high levels of radiation

    irradiating the testicles of prisoners, which caused severe birth defects

    exhuming bodies from graveyards to test them for radiation (without the consent of the families of the deceased)

    American citizens who had checked into hospitals for a variety of ailments were secretly injected with varying amounts of plutonium and other radioactive materials.
    The secret studies left enough radioactive material in many of the patients' bodies to induce life-threatening conditions.

    Puffing on Polonium

    WHEN the former K.G.B. agent Alexander V. Litvinenko was found to have been poisoned by radioactive polonium 210, there was one group that must have been particularly horrified: the tobacco industry.

    The industry has been aware at least since the 1960s that cigarettes contain significant levels of polonium.

  • from a distance from a distance

    "Cancer rate in young people up 40 per cent in 16 years"

    "… the number of youngsters diagnosed with cancer rising 40 per cent in the past 16 years because of air pollution, pesticides, poor diets and radiation, scientists have warned."

    The article mentions RADIATION but not 'NUCLEAR' RADIATION which is now ubiquitous in air and water, rain and snow, meat, fish, vegetables, etc. etc. etc.

    thanks to the short-sighted and greedy thinking of the nuclear industry

  • Sol Man

    Interesting from ZH here.

    And, not one mention of the affects of npp's blitzing-out with increasing vbs (very bad stuff) being injected into the ecosystem.

    Our living systems were not designed to handle these poisons.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      note the projected loss of half the life forms is SPECIES. According to this report, we have ALREADY lost half the life by animal numbers

      Government authorities predict the only surviving life on earth will be the Monsanto upper management who have their own secret source of organic non GMO food, and enough democratic and republican candidates for the next voting cycle living in tunnels under the white house, and thus see no immediate cause for concern

    • LOL now it is not Global Warming, or Climate Change, It Climate Instability, how scary.

      The CO2 lie plays directly into the hands of the nukist

      • razzz razzz

        The question is, "How much CO2 does mankind introduce in a one year time period?" or "How much is CO2 levels raised by man in a one year time period?"

        Contrast manmade CO2 levels with the output of CO2 from a major volcanic eruption. You will find mother nature dwarfs what man is capable of when it comes to CO2 production.

        Then consider if a warming planet creates CO2 or does CO2 create a warming planet. If I am right, any cool down of Earth will have everyone begging for higher CO2 levels.

        Aside: I wish the off-topic comments were posted in the off-topic section so one could keep track of these types of comment under one heading and not posted under five or six different headings.

  • I could use some help jousting at the nuke pimp article

    “He calculates the total airborne uranium quantity from local measurements on the total volume of air, while a cloud follows narrow wind paths… Further the table for airborne Pu shows zero detectable amounts and U zero to extreme low values.”

    That first statement, instead of supporting your argument, refutes your argument. The points measured by the EPA were widespread. Saipan, Guam, Hawaii, Anaheim, San Francisco, Seattle. So I agree…there will be areas of higher “plume” and that would just add to the reality of more excess uranium.

    The ND for plutonium is quite obvious. Not detected because “not tested”. It is simplistic reasoning to know that if uranium in the atmosphere went up 26 times higher the week after Fukushima, that where there is smoke there is fire. In spent fuel or a running reactor, and especially in the worst explosion at R3 which was running plutonium enriched MOX fuel….wherever you measure excess uranium, there is going to also be plutonium, whether you measure for it or not.

    • razzz razzz

      Testing for uranium and plutonium is expensive and takes at least 2 weeks for results, a month for thorough results.

      Only the US Navy would request of do these types of tests themselves. Testing accomplished with private money would be considered unofficial.
      Arnie was reporting exposure to 5 hot particles a day in Tokyo, Japan and 4 hot particles a day in Seattle after Unit 3's explosion with its fallout cloud.

      When Daiichi lost containment(s), known factors went with it. They know if Unit 3's explosion was a fission event or not but will not tell the little people. After that, fission is admitted as ongoing in meltdown debris. How much or how many fission events ix almost unknowable so any new fallout of radioactive decay products over and above the original known working core(s) values is only a guess.

      A hydrogen or steam explosion is not going to atomized uranium and plutonium. Only heat produced capable of boiling/flash points is going to aerosolize metals along with any radioactive metals at that.

      USS Reagan was re-stationed to Japan after futile attempts to decontaminate it of Daiichi radioactive residues. Better to conceal it amongst higher background rad levels in Japan like building WIPP in a known nuke test site area to conceal nuke waste storage obscured within already higher rad background readings.

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        razzz, I didnt understand your inclusion here 'A hydrogen or steam explosion is not going to atomize uranium and plutonium. Only heat produced capable of boiling/flash points is going to aerosolize metals along with any radioactive metals at that.'

        'the dynamics of the movement of corium in and outside the reactor vessel is highly complex, and the number of possible scenarios is wide…The molten reactor core releases volatile elements and compounds. These may be gas phase, such as molecular iodine or noble gases, or condensed aerosol particles after leaving the high temperature region. A high proportion of aerosol particles originate from the reactor control rod materials. The gaseous compounds may be adsorbed on the surface of the aerosol particles.
        The temperature of corium can be as high as 2400 °C in the first hours after the meltdown, potentially reaching over 2800 °C

        The steam explosion resulting from such sudden corium-water contact can disperse the materials and form projectiles that may damage the containment vessel by impact.
        During the interaction between corium and concrete, very high temperatures can be achieved. Less volatile aerosols of Ba, Ce, La, Sr, and other fission products are formed during this phase and introduced into the containment building at a time when most of the early aerosols are already deposited. Tellurium is released with the progress of zirconium telluride decomposition. Bubbles of gas flowing through the melt promote…

        • razzz razzz

          CodeShutdown: I see what you are saying, that decay heat could account for high enough tempatures to reach boiling points for PU, U and even C. But in Unit 3's case, heat alone does not explain at least three of the explosions leading to fallout cloud forming. Hydrogen lighting off followed by a steam explosion accounts for at least two of the explosions.

          You wouldn't need a steam or hydrogen explosion to scatter atomized metals or radiometals because being atomized they could waft away in any heat plume (without containment).

          Of course explosions are going to help eject solids (pieces of rods) and atomized materials but Unit 3's ejection was more than energetic. Steam is invisible and 3's cloud was colorful. Hard to explain that explosion (unless you are TEPCO).

          The only thing complicated about core melts are, how hot did they get and for how long. Without containment, 100% of the noble gases escaped and damaged fuel rods released all their poisons. Saltwater in the mix caused some new formations.

          I think the water table helped cool the melts including the ocean tides and probably still do.

          • theworldisalie theworldisalie

            We know the noble gasses released were massive. Substantially larger than chernobyl. That basically tells you what you need to know in my opinion.

            The fuel blew up, burned and was wide open to spew out into the environment and that's exactly what it did.

  • Oom Werner P. Oom Werner P.

    Agreed, since the CO2 is an “air thing” they play it into the nuke camp, no talk of water and ground contamination and two or more of (1) thyroid glands removed (2) leukaemia (3) organs removed (4) brain tumors (5) several types of cancers (6) blindness (7) spontaneous abortions (8) born with multiple genetic mutations (9) right side of body shrivelling (10) testicular removal (11) optic nerve removal (12) rashes, photosensitivity, headaches (13) haemorrhaging (14) loss of ability to walk and wheelchair bound (15) still berths (16) skin rashes (17) nose bleeds (18) lethargic (19) land grab loss (20) home loss (21) business loss (22) village loss (23) guilty conscience (24) nuclear waste storage (25) creation of never ending super funded sites and $11 billion in subsidies (26) much much more

  • Oom Werner P. Oom Werner P.

    (26) inoperable sarcoma (27) pain (28) discomfort (29) vomiting (30) diarrhea (31) depression (32) admitting it was caused by “Experts” (33) holes in heart (34) lingering death (35) lying in hospice (36) BMT (37) much much more

  • Oom Werner P. Oom Werner P.

    yes obewanspeaks agreed (37) black mold (38) renal transplant (39) multiple endocrinal collapse (40) multiple urogenital collapse (41) multiple inheritable teratogenic alterations (42) arteriosclerosis (43) premature release from hospital (44) much much more

  • Oom Werner P. Oom Werner P.

    Many victims have posted here and have passed away, the cannot tell us anymore of the hell they went through, but as it had been said over and over again, we can only talk about the lessons not learned for those not wanting a tipping point for the obvious reasons they hide from Joe Public.

  • Oom Werner P. Oom Werner P.

    (45) children have to be levitated to 1 meter above the ground for a safe playing level.

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    The problem is choice!

    There are reasons for what we now do and how we are shaping our future as humans..

    The planet we call Earth wants us to make the correct choices.

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Pay attention to the last line.. 🙁

      "Lastly, de Gaulle had a vision of a Europe of Christian nations reconciled. At the commemoration of Solférino, Cardinal Montini was surprised to see de Gaulle come forward and say to him, "It is a Christian Europe, reconciled by our common Christianity, that we seek to build." The great design of John-Paul II was thus echoed by the General. He combined the Christian dimension of "Our Lady of France" with France's universal vocation to defend the values of freedom and of mankind. He preferred the France of Saint Louis to an Ottonian Europe and, in the conviction that it was in the nature of the French people to perform the acts of God – gesta Dei per Francos -, he asked the eldest daughter of the Church and her head of state not to forget the promises made at their baptism. An eternal return to Clovis. Nor did he ever forget that he was a soldier. There could be no Christianity without the sword, no Crusades without the Gospel."

  • Oom Werner P. Oom Werner P.

    The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) oversees Emergency Planning Zones (EPZs). People are evacuated to EPZs according to how serious an incident is. Here are the normal EPZ sizes used across the world:
    i) Precautionary Action Zone (PAZ): 3 – 5km away from the NPP
    ii) Urgent Protective Action Zone: 10 – 15km away from the NPP
    iii) LPZ: Long term Protective Zone: 80 – 300km away from the NPP
    Who in their right mind would want to evacuate from "Clean Energy"?
    Everyone who calls this clean energy must hurriedly kindly take up the caffeine teaspoon vs plutonium teaspoon choice challenge for the sole purpose of waking up.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Did some one find the corium in the foyer, in the hall closet, in the dusty garage??

    Fukushima clean-up chief still hunting for 600 tonnes of melted radioactive fuel – “I think 40 years is an optimistic view.”
    Sept 2 2016

  • Oom Werner P. Oom Werner P.

    282743 square kilometres polluted by "Clean Energy" within the first few days, and circling the globe. Iodine and caesium detected in the dried water treatment of the LUZ: Long term Unprotective Zone, which is conveniently detected and reported due to their "energy levels", anniversary after anniversary after anniversary. Hell no. Since when is water and air bound to 300km?
    Hell no.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      Oom, thanks for your posts. I assume you are a scientist and have associates in the sciences. It is the scientists and physicists who assure us Fukushima did no harm, thus perpetuating the business of nuclear. It is not so difficult for a layman to understand the faults in their scientific models and their logic. My question to you is what do you think about these men and women of higher learning? I suppose the majority of them believe their own nonsense. Thus in my mind, there are a great many professionals who should be stripped of their degrees and be prohibited from working. It is so frustrating, so unfathomable that our 'best and brightest' ignorantly and willfully hasten the destruction of the ecosphere.

    • freebywill

      Emergency evacuation planning in the event of a large scale solar leak. Natural Energy Inc (NSDQ: NE) announced today that it will provide SPF 20, sunglasses, a large beach umbrella or straw floppy hat and free iced tea to anyone within 100 feet of its Sunshine Beach Solar Center in case of a solar spill.

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    …and what other industry claims even our ancestors AND every thing it touches? Cemeteries and their inhabitants are consumed by a nuclear disaster, alongside of unborn babies, children, our genome, our food, water, air land, homes, cars… all rendered useless or dead by nuclear.

    Nuclear: Leave no stone unturned.

  • I have spoke about Garden before, and growing your own food. I think if you have any chance to do so, and you neglect that chance….that you are doing wrong. Other option, buy organic veggies, grass fed critters.

    So without much annotation, I am putting up a series of my Garden pictures. After three years I call this a win. I have the infrastructure, soil build, varietals, and knowledge and methods.

    It's not perfect, and it will get better but this is a win. If you think you can ramp up, AFTER shit hits the fan, and pull this off….you might, but it will be much tougher, much less likely to end in success.

    Please have a look, its a little messy, but it's like life, a little messy. The first set is mostly "Prairie" very beautiful methinks. stock out


    Midas Myth

    The underground explosion of thermonuclear warhead jolted Las Vegas…

    13 injured, 1 dead as Mountain Mesa craters after nuke test.


  • from a distance from a distance

    "California's native salmon struggling in 5th year of drought"

    “The fact that these fish can no longer survive in the system that they’ve become genetically adapted to over how many centuries says something about how badly we’re managing the system,” said Kate Poole, a senior attorney with the Natural Resources Defense Council."

    NOTE: 5 years (FUKUSHIMA)


    Nuclear Dust Storms Over Xinjiang

    From the 1960s to the 1980s, the Chinese government conducted aboveground nuclear weapons tests in the deserts of Xinjiang. These tests lifted a large amount of radioactive particulates into the air, which would rain down upon the people living in nearby towns and villages as dust storm–like clouds.

    The highest radiation levels during this time exceeded the highest radiation levels on the roof of the Chernobyl reactor..

    On March 18, Japanese professor Takada Jun revealed at a nuclear forum that the Chinese regime carried out 46 surface nuclear tests from 1964 to 1996, causing 750,000 civilian deaths in surrounding areas.


    Nuclear Beer

    U.S. Explodes Atomic Bombs Near Beers To See If They Are Safe To Drink

    ..So you wonder: Can I grab one of those beers and gulp it down? Or is it too radioactive? And what about taste? If I drink it, will it taste OK?


    Harry S. Truman, Nuclear War Criminal

    Does it suprise you that Truman gave his pro-nuke its-ok-to-burn-people-alive speech from a ship in the Atlantic ocean?

    3.4 minutes


    “Sedan,” created a 1,280-foot wide, 330-foot deep crater and contaminated more U.S. residents than any other test in history. Releasing 880,000 curies of Iodine-131.

    While the site is now open for cameras please.


    Video, extensive article, photos, maps, ect.

  • haizedustrium-1234 haizedustrium-1234

    “and therefore the Fukushima accident did not lead to deadly levels of radiation in food and water supply”
    Toward the very bottom of the page I read this coming from the native back yard of Uncle Sam.
    Could the nuclear proctologist please explain this to me, I don’t understand?
    I saw pink pigs fly today.

  • O/TI will do my best to get back here, I am basically job hunting right now. (I am way too behind.) So in my poverse state, I have been writing a book to ease the pain, and heartbreaks. The book I wrote is free today.
    (If you can high rank it and download it, it would help me greatly).

    It's likely not for everyone. (I mean that considerably).
    It is an adult adventure novel I wrote in heathers memory, and It helped me heal. This is why I've been gone / lost.

    Anyways its free but if you guys want to buy the hardcovers to help support me, I need to catch up some bills, and it would be extremely helpful.
    Maybe donate a copy to a local pub, or coffeeshop?
    Support your local artist and library?

    So I love you guys, and I will post this in ot. Just my latest update.
    The more downloads the better. Need

    Website to get novel free this week:

    Trailer for novel. With a little "mood" display…

    The Lore, is an Ominous "Come as you are" Adult adventure. It launched with a choose your own editing edition. There are adult themes and situations, which limit it to a 16/w parental permission.
    The book is about a young lost man, who meets a weary group of travelers unlike anyone that he'd ever known.
    There are stitches of an unwritten philosophical plights, romance, and most importantly…

    • If you can't afford one just take a free one.
      But please take as many as you can. Everything helps, and I need income.
      I am losing a friend, and I need to fix it. So In my worries, this is the best project I could come up with to get there!


    Maxley Flat, Kentucky has a big problem. Nuclear dump leaking & offsite. Home to 'trench' method burial. Bathtubbing.

    Rare illness, big issues. Name change from Nuclear Engineering to "US Ecology" per state request. Recent cost $35 million for site issues. Big problems emerging.


    Profile of a National Sacrifice Area: Calvert City, Kentucky

    by Corinne Whitehead, President, Coalition for Health Concern
    *Get your kids out of the US..this is a NUCLEAR POLLUTED HELLHOLE WHERE THE CABAL HAS DUMPED, BURIED THIS SHIT EVERYWHERE & ON EVERYBODY. I have a database of info. Now I just found out that KY IS RECEIVING ILLEGAL RAD WASTE FROM FRACKING. Blue Ridge Mountain DUMPING.


    Time for a new thread..

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      GOM, turn the page.

      • GOM GOM

        Oops.. But..Please don't ignore Maxley Flat

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          or we could go back to this one
          'All along Canada’s Pacific coast, mussels are dying… Bodies are swollen by cancerous tumors — Unprecedented mutations allowing cancer to spread from one species to another like a virus'

          or this one
          'Highly radioactive ‘glass’ rained on Tokyo — Fukushima nuclear fuel with 500 Trillion Bq/kg found '

          or this one….

          • Jebus Jebus

            Or this one…

            Assessment of residual doses to population after decontamination in Fukushima Prefecture

            Five years after the initial contamination, the 95th percentiles of indoor workers and pensioners in 53 of the 59 municipalities were found to receive annual effective doses of below 1 mSv/y (0.026–0.73 mSv/y). However, for outdoor workers in 25 municipalities, the annual doses were over 1 mSv/y (1.0–35 mSv/y). Therefore, the guidance value is effective for indoor workers and pensioners; to determine whether additional countermeasures for outdoor workers should be implemented, a detailed assessment that uses more realistic assumptions is required.


            Everything is fine as long as you stay inside the box…

          • GOM GOM

            The US..major stories & deveopments. The KY situation is grave. Please go and review my posts. Big news..fracking sending shipments of "boxed up" rad waste into state [blue ridge] with NO INTAKE FACILITY! 2 dead babies rare brain cancers.. in ONE WEEK close to facility, recent. KY highest cancers. Corruption up the ying-yang. Fcking ice-wall bs..

            I am going to start my own site. I am done here.

            Love ya Code & everyone. Jebus..never thought you were a "pompous ass" 😉

            GOM has left the biulding..

            • Jebus Jebus

              GOM, you just brightened my day… 🙂

            • PlowboyGrownUp

              Lots there GOM: " The Calvert City chemical complex is not the only environmental disaster which concerns us. Shortly after the Kentucky Dam was completed, the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant (PGDP) was creating great excitement among "economic development" promoters. The Gaseous Diffusion facility under the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy (DOE) was constructed to enrich uranium.

              The farm owners were not bought out by the government and remained on their land. From 1952 until 1986 the mass of uranium on-site was 7,300,000 pounds of solid, 61,000 pounds of liquid, and 130,000 pounds of gas. That is 20,500 curies of solid, and 48 curies of gas and liquid. Thirteen percent by mass of all DOE military waste is buried here. Radiation levels in Big Bayou Creek were found to be 400 times above normal background, and the Ohio River was significantly elevated in radiation as opposed to the upstream count. Over 2000 acres of groundwater and the aquifer are acutely contaminated.
              The poisoned plumes are very near the Ohio River as they move underground. A figure of 546 pounds of radioactive contaminants blown into the air each month was made public. In addition, there have been human "experiments" carried out by exposure to radioactive materials."
              GOM's link

            • PlowboyGrownUp

              "The contamination is so overwhelming that common sense tells us it is impossible to remediate. There are over 28,000 cylinders of depleted uranium hexafluoride stored on site. We are asking that they be stored in earthquake-proof concrete structures and monitored carefully. We are asking that they not be removed somewhere else to poison unsuspecting people. An estimated 80,000 drums, contaminated with uranium compounds, were crushed and left in a huge pile for years at the northwest corner of the plant"

            • PlowboyGrownUp

              "Train car loads of plutonium contaminated ash were shipped from the Paducah plant to the Fernald, Ohio plant. Workers in Ohio were exposed to 700 times above the allowable limit of radiation. They were not told. Also, the Paducah workers were never told that plutonium was on site. In fact, this was always officially denied when we asked about it. "

            • PlowboyGrownUp

              "The day a friend retired from Calvert City industry, after more than 20 years, he made a significant statement. His words were, "I am so glad to get out of that place! They take good care of the machinery, but the workers are not cared about. The machinery costs money. Humans are cheap; there is always someone to take my job." Many of the workers in his plant had died of throat cancer. The bag-houses for filtering dusty air were regularly turned off, except when an inspection was coming up. After the inspectors left, the bag-houses were again turned off, and the contaminants spewed into the community air. The bags are "expensive," was the excuse. In many instances, the Marshall County governing body underwrote the bonds used to pay for clean air devices at a very low interest rate, to accommodate the industries. "

  • Jebus Jebus

    Given the fact that three plus coriums have so far in five years been, and are going to to be, contaminating the Ocean, forever, basicaly, shouldn't someone be asking the question, how much is too much?

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      science recognizes a greater amount of unusual mass mortality events in the last five years. These can be powerfully correlated to large amount of radionuclide poisons from Fukushima by Mill’s Canons;

      “The classical exposition of the scientific, or inductive method (originally due to William of Occam) is what is now called Mill’s Canons, the two most important of which are:
      The Canon of Agreement, which states that whatever there is in common between the antecedent conditions of a phenomenon can be supposed to be the cause, or related to the cause, of the phenomenon.
      The Canon of Difference, which states that the difference in the conditions under which an effect occurs and those under which it does not must be the cause or related to the cause of that effect.

      • Jebus Jebus

        Yes, applied to the results, events, the statistical differential is great.

        How much is too much?

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          Jebus, I take it thats a rhetorical question.
          Any amount of man made nuclear fallout is too much since it contains never before encountered radioactive elements of high specific radioactivity in a completely different class than primordial radionuclides often with an additional danger of bioaccumulation and coming in exotic often nano-particle forms.

          Is that…what you were getting at?

  • Jebus Jebus

    I see many do not want obviously flawed units of measurements to change.

    Given that they are flawed, I would say any amount is causing harm until proven otherwise.

    But, based on the industry's terms, how much is too much for the Ocean?

    11 bqm3 over here. How much is too much for the Ocean to sink?


    Did anyone mark the amount while the creatures died, together?

    Are we there yet?

  • jec jec

    June 2016 report on Fukushima Thyroid Cancer increase:

    Note number of new and suspected cases. Now only the ones with 'cancer' –likely confirmed via surgery are added to the "list". Suspected cases..likely due to biopsy..are not. Look at the size of one tumor…53 cm in size. Thats definately outside the gland and spreading. No comment on prognosis for these victims either!

  • jec jec

    Whoops that was a test on the size..36 mm. Realized error when I hit submit.

    ANY child with even any size cancer is STAGE 1. 2 cm or larger (20 mm) is T1. 2-4 cm (and measurement is critical–no averaging) is T2. And so on..4 cm is T3 and up to T4(and a/b) which includes into the blood vessels/spine/bones in neck. Then the SPREAD is measured as to where it has gotten lungs or bones. Have heard that several of the children's cancer had spread.

    Funny..why did Japan makes its Own scale? To hide the scope of disease in the victims.

    Since the cure is remove and replacement of thyroid needs, any girls who hope to have babies after treatment..will abort babies without appropriate prenatal medications and careful care. Parents need to know and be aware of these problems. Children need thyroids for correct growth and mental development.

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