TV Host: I’m studying Fukushima every day — “They have no idea what they’re going to do… There’s no solution… It’s a nightmare” — Tens of thousands of gallons of radioactive water spill into Pacific Ocean each day — “We really need to shut down all reactors” (VIDEO)

Published: August 8th, 2014 at 12:58 pm ET


*NSFW* — Joe Rogan Experience, Aug. 2, 2014 (at 2:21:00 in):

  • Abby Martin, host of RT’s ‘Breaking the Set’: I want to ask you, have you seen the VICE special on Fukushima? Oh my good god… Even though I study this sh*t every day I did not realize – until you see it, until you see that VICE special, and you see the tanks — how every day they’re filling this whole reactor up with fresh water, draining the radioactive water multiple times a day, storing it in hundreds of tanks. They’re going to run out of room. All the tanks are leaking. They’re spilling like 30,000 gallons of radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean water every day [According to the Washington Post, “400 (metric) tons of toxic water is flowing daily into the Pacific”, equal to 105,669 gallons]. They have no idea what the f*ck they’re going to do… There’s no solution — and what are they going to f*cking do? … It’s a f*cking nightmare… Look at Chernobyl; they have this giant sarcophagus that’s cracking… Why are we dealing with an energy that we can’t harness properly? … Clearly we don’t what the f*ck we’re doing with it.
  • Joe Rogan, host: You know all it does is make steam?
  • Martin: Yeah, that’s what’s so crazy, when you see what it really just is.
  • Rogan: I thought that it did something like made electricity with the nuclear — splitting atoms, and it just goes through the wires. No, they’re making steam… Couldn’t they do that in a better way? Seems like a lot of waste to make steam… What are you a**holes doing? You guys are making some sh*t that you can never shut off… They’re all over the place, too. The really bizarre thing is when you drive down the California coast, and you realize that we are on a fault — California moves all the time — then you go on the way to San Diego, there’s a f*cking nuclear power plant that’s right there! … Once those things go bad, they’re bad forever. So you have, as of now there’s only two spots, but those two spots are toast. Chernobyl and Fukushima are f*cking toast. Those areas are f*cked for 100,000 years. Then you have the storage of the nuclear waste from all the other places that are still operational… What the f*ck. This is less than 100 years of splitting atoms… and you already have two spots that are broken. If you could look at the future and you look at potential spots to go wrong… we’re going to f*ck up a huge percentage of the world with this power source… Maybe that solar thing is something you guys want to look at?
  • Martin: The thing is, it’s not working. I think that we really do need to shut down all the reactors… At the end of the day, is it worth the risk? To have this sh*t out there for a million years — is it worth it, when we do have other sources?
  • Full interview here

Watch Martin’s broadcast from this March where ENENews is recommended here

Published: August 8th, 2014 at 12:58 pm ET


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114 comments to TV Host: I’m studying Fukushima every day — “They have no idea what they’re going to do… There’s no solution… It’s a nightmare” — Tens of thousands of gallons of radioactive water spill into Pacific Ocean each day — “We really need to shut down all reactors” (VIDEO)

  • It's not only the ocean we should be worried about. We should worry about any method or route radiation takes to get to us, such as the air:

    US Air Radiation Surges Higher
    [Aug 7, 2014]

    • yes, it is perplexing that so far there are few articles which, when noting ocean contamination, also mention jet stream and storms carrying rads…

      • Bones Bones

        Here in PA my outside readings fluctuate on different days and nights from ~.04 uS/hr to .22 uS/hr. One time it read .38uS/hr. I'm close to TMI [Too Much Information…stop talking about it. That's about the response here.], but why would the dosimeter fluctuate so much? I need to keep a diary and match the weather to the readings, perhaps.

        • Bones Bones

          Just for comparison sake, my coal stove ashes register .17 to .24 uS/hr.

          • yep, the coal would show rads… fluctuations due to weather, high humidity, jet stream, storms pushing more up into atmosphere and across the nation, local wind patterns…

          • General User General User

            I am 10 miles and 1200 feet from "The Beaver Valley Nuclear Power Station located in Shippingport, Pennsylvania"

            It seems that the two Geiger counters I have fluctuate almost on a 24 hour schedule. These counters are sensitive to Beta and Gamma, Obtained from netc dot com.

            In the web-cam thread there is strong consideration that the tidal flow at FUKU causes this wave effect.

            That is much more likely than my personal suspicion that InEptCo is dumping something. [concrete?] that strongly reacts with corium, into the corium lava tubes too boil off more of the cores as airborne contamination.

            Quite an unfair accusation on my part, but, all things considered, I stand by it…

    • Kashiko Kashiko

      PU239 I don't live in the USA but that is a scary read.

    • name999 name999

      "…the whole country might consider itself a potential hot zone." (excerpt from enviro-article)

      • Alan Reid Alan Reid

        Well here in Calgary we are looking at the the trees and their distress onset far sooner than we did from the nice clean brand new Chernobyl reactor four. The effects i have seen worry me a great deal. In Dewinton where i used to live four of our number died within a year of each other. Most were 80's range age. No amount of baloney will hide the coming trend in the wider ag. industry in no time now. So sad. I would move the common spent fuel storage unit out of the eye if the fuku storm before it's just too late.

        • clamshellernh clamshellernh

          Alan has anyone looked at the tree rings and examined them ? I don't know how many years on would have to play with to get a comparison but I keep going back to the chernoble studies and trees not growing as well as the lack of decomposition in the soil .
          Growing food with the least amount of radiation is a serious challenge I would like to take a stab at before we are too far gone .

          I have heard of zeolite but what is the expense and how does it work …how much per acre ?. Under ground ?
          Plastic not holding up ..we need to start some innovative ways and strategies NOW .
          What about water ??
          Are there folks out there working on this , my I see some real money making that could be going on with products on the up and up of course wtshtf

          • clamshellernh clamshellernh

            If currency is viable , but then there's always the barter system that I prefer ..

            • combomelt combomelt

              WHO RUN BARTER-TOWN!?

            • General User General User

              Growing food "underground" could be a logistical nightmare, heat, light, clean water, pollination.

              However if Ontological's theory, about the sunlight/moonlight being altered by airborne products of FUKU proves to be correct, we are in real trouble.

              I just watched the full moon set here in Pennsylvania. Space weather dot com says "The full Moon of August 10th is no ordinary full Moon–it's a supermoon, the biggest and brightest of 2014"
              Well, in my clear sky for the last 4 hours, the light of this moon is seriously affected! It is Much dimmer than a regular full moon with almost an orange hue.

              Growing food now in my basement greenhouse, with sodium lamps and mercury lamps. Hand pollinating with a hand full of tiny artist paint brushes. So far the well water seems pure enough, but there is no way to test for Tritium.
              Hat tip to another 'Newser, sorry I have forgotten whom; ({Deity} help us)

          • trouble with trying to shield ag products from rads… few materials block most radioisotopes and there is, as far as I've read to date, no water filtration system that removes all rads. Try underground greenhouses, using underground water sources…

        • cosmic charlie cosmic charlie

          Our pine trees here in North East MN are showing an alarming level of stress and mortality. Red pines in particular. The needles turn a shade of dark orange and look very strange. When FD #3 blew up, it contaminated the planet……

          • StPaulScout StPaulScout

            I'm in Minnesota also and I know the North East part of the State was in a pretty bad drought a short while back, also last winter was brutal and killed a large number of pines around the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. I sure hope it's not radiation killing the trees up there. It is a spectacularly beautiful area.

            • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

              The radiation will continue to sporadically take out these beautiful trees over the next 10 or 20 years, since there is no solution for the ongoing Fukushima crises and/or for what radiation contamination that has already been released into our world environment. 🙁

              Slow sporadic death will prevail worldwide for many biological species.. 🙁

    • +1

      Amarillo, TX 1000 cpm
      Fresno, CA 500 plus cpm

      EXPLOSIVE Nuclear Power MELTDOWNS are a no solution, nightmare.

    • 4Yahshua

      8~10~5995 (out of 6000) in this "Silent Armageddon"!
      Yes! Yahshua the Messiah returns VERY SOON! HalleluYah!

      Greetings from Southern CA! Yes, we are still HERE! For years we have had a couple of bird baths (if the water has not dried up in them). Yesterday I took a second look at the one near the front door (which I take special care of). On closer look it was totally full of a clear gelatinous substance that I have NEVER seen in any bird bath. YIKES! TOTALLY THICK CLEAR GOO! I cleaned it out with baking soda letting it dry in the sun. Have any of you come across something like this??
      Another freaky find from Fukushima?

  • 2012-018 JAEA Est. Fuel Composition Fukushima page 12 starts charts – historic data pre and post 311

    • Bungalow Phil Bungalow Phil

      Notice the spontaneous fission. The calculations extend out to E+7 Yrs. or more for the daughters of uranium 238. Almost all of the gamma goes well into 500 yr.range basically at the same energy if I read it correctly. Neutron emissions in the E+4 quantity. What I was looking for was the burn up at the time of the core meltout. That would tell us how fresh the fuel was and volume or percentage of actinides. The date, core information is too hard to determine with the language barrier. 7% fissionable material would be in the ballpark after 3 yrs of burn up. Just musing. Chime in anybody to help sort this out.

      • There is someone going fissin at Fukushima? What kind of fish are they catching?

        • hbjon hbjon

          Snappers, cracklers, and poppers. Can't imagine they put up much of a fight.
          "What I was looking for was the burn up at the time of the core meltout." (from above) There are two types of cores. RPV cores and SFP cores. There were reports that the unit 4 core was chilling in the SFP. Some thought it was still in the RPV when unit lost power. Anyway, when the cores overheat and explode and/or melt, they can no longer be considered fresh imho.

          The area will get a major flushing in the near future from in coming weather systems.

          • Bungalow Phil Bungalow Phil

            Indeed, But as always what we are told and what actually transpired are far apart, IMHO. Also the rumors of equipment pool being used for "spent fuel" while photos in infrared depict heat signatures in both the vessel and equipment pool as well as the physical evidence of corium dangling from the pool level along with massive distortion of the metal frame. Somethings amiss, don't you agree?

      • Phil, so glad you ploughed into that heap of data… it's excerpted from a book that @FukushimaInform on twitter first suggested I get, it costs $149 for the ebook version and more for hard copy… Japanese friend of mine may be able to help you with translation – you in twitter? Their name there is: @uketukeman – I think he's in touch with Prof Koide ….

        • Shaker1

          That's really a difficult document to wade through, Obvious. One would wonder, though, if the Tepco-provided input into the model is accurate. Also whether how accurate the document is in light of the series of events. I assume the model reflects current knowledge of decay products in a benign situation as one would have with controlled-state burnup. As it is, though, it's scary as hell.

          I wonder of the place a mind must be in to read the document and decide that nuclear power plants are a good idea.

        • Bungalow Phil Bungalow Phil

          Obvious, no on the Twitter thing. Asking him to translate the documents with core in the heading dated in the pre and post phases w/pg nos. would be helpful and not to expansive for this format. The thinking is well not to worry, Obvious do it if you can, if not don't sweat it.

    • Sparky Sparky

      Obvious, Bo, Wow! this may be a data gold mine of evidence hiding in plain sight. Most people will simply not wade through the data, but would rather rely upon feel-good/minimizing interpretations of the data from Tepco mouthpieces.

      It would be really helpful if we could get a translation from Japanese to English of at least the graphical depictions beginning on pg. 181 (about 10 pgs. I recall) of assumed before and after estimates of specific radionuclides.

      As Shaker 1 astutely noted, we always have to consider the source (i.e., lying JAEA/Inep-Tepco) of the data. Just as with the webcams, at some future date JAEA/Tepco will roll-out their intrepetation of the face-saving "evidence" that they were forthcoming and transparent in their dealings [and did all they could do….]. Sometimes the nuclear criminals hang themsselves with their own words (or data, in this instance).

      Regardless, "crunching" these numbers will give us greater insight.

      Bo, anyone else, are you up for this translation of pgs. 181+? Thanks!!

      • bo bo

        ….? I'm not following the conversation at the moment but point me to page and can translate

        • Sparky Sparky

          Hi Bo! The graphs in the back of the document (see below) start about pg. 181, and I think there are about 10 pgs. Some of the content is in English, some in Japanese, and a lot of figures (radioisotopes). I believe these graphs are showing releases of specific radioactive elements over time. Having the translation will help to understand the parameters of what is being compared. I think the graphs may be easier for laypersons (like me!) to understand.

          Thanks for any insight you can provide, Bo. 🙂

          HT to Obvious: Here's the document and comment posted by Obvious earlier on this thread:
          2012-018 JAEA Est. Fuel Composition Fukushima page 12 starts charts – historic data pre and post 311

    • bo bo

      OK… are you guys talking about charts on 171 on? It shows as 181 on PDF document but what is page 181 also shows as p 171 on page – I hope I got the correct chart..
      wow Obvious this is meaty – I am assuming you guys needed the headings to the charts translated so here goes:

      Chart 74: Reactor 2 core – long term neutron emissions rate
      75: Reactor 3 core short term neutron emissions rate
      76: Reactor 3 long term neutron emissions rate
      77: spent fuel pool 1, short term neutron emissions rate
      78: spent fuel pool 1, long term neutron emissions rate
      79: SFP 2 short term ~
      80: SFP long term ~
      81: SFP 3 short term ~
      82: SFP 3 long term ~
      83: SFP 4 short term ~
      84: SFP 4 long term ~

  • razzz razzz

    Wait until our pal Kenny collects all the private readings then buries them after manipulating the data to further his cause.

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    "What are you a**holes doing? "
    Nuke industry: "We're just making steam."
    This house of cards is beginning to fall.
    Tipping point.
    Tip .it .good!

  • Shaker1

    "I thought that it did something like made electricity with the nuclear — splitting atoms, and it just goes through the wires. No, they’re making steam…"

    Really? I find that incredible that Rogan would think that. A grown man with conceptions of a child or a teen. That statement is a prime example of ignorance (as in 'ignore').

    Is this the kind of media that is 'informing' the public?

    And are these the kind of people with which the nucleocrats debate?

    Appreciate screaming from the rooftops, but at least do the homework required. Everyone within their specialty cubes…No wonder nothing gets done.

    • Shaker1 insightfully says – "Everyone within their specialty cubes…No wonder nothing gets done."

      This IS the flaw in the system that is allowing us to move closer to the cliff's edge. When we organize ourselves into these blocks in order to get better at one thing, we lose sight of everything else. But, as importantly, the blocks take outside, above leadership to direct them because the thinking and choicemaking elements have been removed from those within the blocks – they are cogs in a wheel, not the drivers. And, as we know, leadership is in it's own block. It is up to us and those few within these blocks to slowly drag the group back away from the cliff, organize ourselves to the task. I have a vision from childhood of cartoon ants carrying away a large picnic basket.

    • combomelt combomelt

      Rogan is a big mouth ranter, so arrogant with/about his knowledge of knowledge(lol@mma brains) and how "right" he is about everything, pontificating from his microphone. Thought he was pretty smart before, but he thought "that" was how nuclear "makes" power. What a joke, and people make outright business deals with such misinformed people who perceive themselves as smarter than thou. wretch. Sad state of nuk-outreach tho, as it seems to have worked fairly well in adult brainwashing as well.
      case in point right here, tv host, mma "fighter", et al.
      so sad too bad

      • Pete

        Not everyone has hundreds of hours to read thousands of pages of documents, as I and many here have done, which is probably the only way anyone is going to get an inkling of the actual truth of how awful the situation truly is.

        Joe Rogan is not gods gift to anti-nuclear but he does attempt to think about things he doesn't know and at least he is willing to call bullshit on some of the bullshit our society is based upon.

        The internet's greatest accomplishment is making the world stupider, so much info is out there that for every fact you find, there are 10 factual sounding counter-points, often made by very intelligent misled people.

        So I dont blame people for not cheerleading my point of view or knowing all the facts, there's a lot of good sounding counter arguments and it would take extensive research for someone to see otherwise, but I give some credit to intelligent people that I think may actually come around.

        • combomelt combomelt

          I DO NOT agree. Rogan has a butt-ton of time to read, go to mma fights, work out, spar, eat bfast, lunch & dinner out on the town. Smoke weed with his "tough" "friends". Do a 3 hour live radio-blog "from the hip", and ohh so much more time he has to kill by not trying to edumacate himself inbetween hits from the bong.
          I'm not impressed. Brain damaged (you can see it in his sometimes goofy uncontrollable ticks/expressions) former mma "fighter". definitely a "tough-guy" but not the guy to have respect for because he has NOT even bothered to read up how nuk-power works all DURING THE LAST 3 YEARS.!!!!! He is just finding out (from his every day intensive, go to the library studying) that all they are really doing IS BOILING WATER.

          not a role model, not intelligent, not well spoken, etc. pathetic

  • Japan Radioactive Iodine 131 Levels In Sewage Sludge Levels Are RISING; March 2011 To 2014 – Why? via @AGreenRoad

  • Govt. Had 1 Million Potassium Iodide – KI Pills Available, But Refused To Hand Them Out After 3/11 Fukushima Mega Nuclear Disaster; via @AGreenRoad

  • The world health organization just announced the Ebola outbreak in Africa is a world health concern. But the triple meltdown dissolving its cores into the Pacific is not a world health concern.
    The numbers keep changing up. Its like I'm going to watch you drink all your beer before I tell you to I pissed in it.

    • athome athome

      This is a death concern

    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

      Mark hate to say it but I do believe that the Ebola and radiation will somehow be connected either being a truth or a way to mislead the people .
      What we do know is that viruses can become more virulent due to radiation .
      Look at some of the symptoms and how they could connect .
      Too much to play with on all sides I fear

      • We Not They Finally

        Regrettably, the ebola snafu may turn out to be VERY dangerous. Big clues: Am in the Boston area now, so a Cambridge "break-through" was on the news. Private bio-tech company, Sarepta, was given 291 million dollars for R&D for ebola vaccine — and no, NOT by the CDC or the W.H.O. — no, by the U.S. Department of Defense! For an African-based virus, which somehow, they can only experiment with here in the U.S.

        Then they said that "the vaccine had already been tested for human safety." WHAT?? Who "volunteered" for THAT??

        Don't mean to alarm, but this may have WMD written all over it. Need to watch this one. Just that it was the DEFENSE Department that funded this, is unsettling.

        Would like to know how fast they expect the health crises from the radiation to escalate, or when they think that the public might actually catch on. Diversion always remains a concern.

  • MarineBiologistHealthPhysicists

    Keep up this fight! Truth is the savior especially since all these lies not helping anyone! Keep fighting every day the People of Japan and the world depend on everyone that is a human being to step up and say this is no way for progress of mankind and the society of living organisms that are the stepping stones of humanity. We should of never sacrificed children let alone our selves its like a suicidal pact for a new cars or home or pearl necklaces its all useless atoms that at the end of the day we can no let technology rule our moral compass for it will tear us apart and it will breed evil like a nuclear breeder reactor! Their is no insanity left for these fools to fool them selves anymore; trick me once foolish them-trick me again foolish me! Like the lead 226 problem in the early 1900s everyone was going crazy! I will say it first this stuff is making my family and me crazy it is hurting everyone it touches we are slowly losing our IQ as well as our standard of what life is and the quality of life has slipped from our hands and now man wanted so much damn quantity now what they gonna do with all that nuclear soup they so damn much needed every day! Equality is not a subject of physics; but truthfulness is. Why did we ever need to smash mass with neutron beams to cause unstable reactions to just boil some water with hell! There is no excuse for the lies there is no ability in anyone that has lied to tell the truth now; they sold their souls to their own creation of evil!

    • Cooter

      Let the deception begin to unfold unto the masses. A show of indignation is not action. The use of foul language engages no one. The right to print is only as deep as one's pocket and the right to do so is self serving.

      They will be on anyone's side who pays them the most money to expound their beliefs even if it violates their own. With self righteousness they will carry their sword of truth to the masses who will listen.

      This article is all of the above. Emotional indignation to stir the masses, that these so called reporters expound upon. There is nothing in this article but inflammatory words with no substance. There is nothing in this article that we don't already know, nothing that we don't fear.

      Do you think for one minute anyone will listen and take them seriously of their dribble when Rogan makes the statement;
      "I thought that it did something like made electricity with the nuclear — splitting atoms…" Really!!!!!

      This article does more harm than good to bring to light the severity of Fukushima and the continuing consequences that are unimaginable. If someone were to believe these crack smoking talking heads, you are candidates for the fruit farm with conditions to throw away the keys.

      NSFW bloggers; 728 blogs with two Fukushima responses.
      1. "Fukushima shoutout"
      2. "Yakuza go it under control".

      Rest my case. Don't do dope!

      • clamshellernh clamshellernh

        I really admire Abby Martin
        I'm not sure about rogan so far I see a touch of arrogance
        I'm 20 minutes into an interview with them both now and she is quick witted and on the ball , abeit the swearing ..and I swear like a truck driver myself

        • We Not They Finally

          I say that it's better to at least TALK about it than not.

        • Mica

          Well, I don't admire Abby Martin or RT. I consider it to be a dis-info site. You can always count on Abby to cleverly sneak in a little propaganda in her comments.

          • clamshellernh clamshellernh

            Mica please watch episode #529 Abby explains all about rt she is fully aware, also she tells of how she got there . She was discovered as a journalist doing good work about occupy .
            I find this rogan guy a sexist and I am hard to offend. One thing for sure is he has a enormous following and looking at who they may be , me thinks testosterone driven men in thirties .
            I would go about an hour in as well as he calms down abit and gives her more time to talk .

    • KidIcarus KidIcarus

      MBHP – I'm mostly a lurker but I wanted to say I am always enriched by your comments – THANK YOU for being here. Also, I have had the peculiar certainty for the last 6 months that out here in Sacramento, we are all becoming cognitively impaired. I obviously can't tell if it's just my perception or not, or if I'm more alert these days, but I have noticed people in my life forgetting more and more things, getting things wrong at work, and becoming emotionally volatile. It seems to be escalating. I feel it myself, too. It's nice to hear I'm not the only one who thinks it. I also notice days where it seems to spike very intensely and EVERYONE seems edgy and angry, and I have found myself wondering if there is a correlation between high rad days and these incidents.

      Just putting it out there – could be we're just getting older.

      • MT

        kidlcarus I have been noticing a lot of health problems by many people around me as well lately . What does lately mean ? from a few months to a few years . hereare a few things me ( and people arounbd me ) have been notivcing and talking about for a while now.
        1= Hormonal problems = very high number of thyroid issues . Lots of people are taking thyroid pills like its a fooding supplement .
        2= Cancers , at a younger age .
        3= Hair loss has been a very common complain but most people are told its a sign of thyroid / hormonal problem .
        4= Muscle / joint pains
        5= Burned out feeling with no energy to do anything and psychological/ neurological problems like deprerssion . Someone in my family was complaining that nothing would taste or smell like it used to .
        6= allergies ,, skin problems

        These are not scientific or anything ,, they are only the stuff we keep coming back in our conversations with my friends and family . How we feel experience things happening around us .

        PS; I am not from US and where i live , the whole area got huge amounts of radioactive fallout from chernobyl in those days .

  • rogerthat

    … we’re going to f*ck up a huge percentage of the world with this power source…

    – wow, an honest-to-goodness rant on TV. great stuff, thank you.

    • combomelt combomelt

      THAT is NOT "real" tv!
      VICE? give us a break. sorry, but sub-par intelligence and below-par studio/equipment=public access look, feel and quality.
      when cbs, nbc,abc,cnn discovery et all jump onboard, then that IS "real" tv, even though every single channel suxit!!
      sorry, but so underwhelming and meaningless from his pie-hole

      • clamshellernh clamshellernh

        Combo did you see the piece that vice did on Fukushima ?
        No one else got that close to exposing it in my eyes to the general public that is .

        • combomelt combomelt

          Sorry, yes, I just despise the messenger. I have intimate knowledge of Vice and who/what is programming/populating its content.

          Taking that into account, I guess its quite a good thing that Rogan and this information set even saw the light of the studio.
          I fear the message of fuku gets lost in his overbearing self-righteousness.
          Whatever, anyway the message gets out to his 250000+ subscribers the better. You are correctnewsers, sorry

          TIPP IT WIPP IT
          BEAT IT YELL IT
          DO IT

  • amberlight amberlight

    My daughter-in-law (Oregon) and I (California) both have long, thick hair. Last year we noticed lots of strands in our hairbrushes and constantly on our shoulders or when we washed our hair. I was back east for several months this spring and when I returned to Cali it started again. Not by the fistful, but just shedding strands of hair all the time. (My husband has been losing hair for years and his is short, so naturally he hasn't noticed anything amiss.)

    My fingernails have also started to grow in slightly misshaped. Anyone else having subtle symptoms of radiation damage?

    *I would have posted this in a health related forum, but when I go off this main forum, there is no way for me to reply, even though I am logged in. What's the secret password?

    • It may be worth diving in deeper and investigating either in the home, local food or community to see if something can be ID'ed.

      For example, a homeowner in California had all kinds of health problems after starting to eat organic foods from her garden.

      She investigated and found out it was an old mining site, full of mercury and arsenic which made the soil toxic. The plants absorbed it and she ate it, thinking she was doing something good.

    • We Not They Finally

      I think you can get a mineral analysis of your hair. I remember seeing a youtube some time back from someone in Kauai (or Maui) on an organic farm who had her daughter's hair tested and was horrified to discover that it contained aluminum! Turns out it was the chemtrails from the nearby Air Force Base rising down aluminum onto the organic farm.

      At least hair analysis might be a start. Though I think that other people have also reported some hair loss. Radiation can show up in all kinds of creepy ways, unfortunately. When we were living in NM and WIPP exploded, I developed some spontaneous bruising on my arms and legs where I could not have physically injured myself. But as soon as we moved away, it disappeared. I can only speculate that it was contamination from WIPP (or God knows what else in New Mexico!) — I just know that moving away cleared it right up, so we figured that it had to have been environmentally caused.

      Good luck. You have every right to have answers.

      • We Not They Finally

        "raining down."

      • amberlight amberlight

        Are there any labs that will analyze hair for radionuclides, if such is persistent in hair? Will Medicare pay for hair analysis? Yeah, right…

        Perhaps a blood test is in order. In either case, even if nothing unusual is detected it is a good idea to establish a current "norm" (as if there is any such thing anymore) to compare to future tests.

        • clamshellernh clamshellernh

          Quest diagnostics does hair strand analysis ..they are the big boys in that field

        • clamshellernh clamshellernh

          Amber light what I would do is first educate you primary care doctor if you have one and ask what if anything can be done in this field of study and if he doesn't know ask if he will look around can help him too of course ..are we aware of any docs on the west coast that dare go near this issue ?? We have to start somewhere

  • Marushka Marushka

    Everything that goes into the ocean also gets resuspended into the atmosphere or travels coast to coast. Rradionuclide resuspension has been studied since the 1950's; radionuclides get back into the atmosphere, it does go global. Recognizing that nuclear is now and always has been 'dumb and dumber' policy, is a touch of sanity in an insane world.

    WWS = Wind Water Solar
    Stanford Report, January 26, 2011
    "The world can be powered by alternative energy, using today's technology, in 20-40 years, says Stanford researcher Mark Z. Jacobson A new study – co-authored by Stanford researcher Mark Z. Jacobson and UC-Davis researcher Mark A. Delucchi – analyzing what is needed to convert the world's energy supplies to clean and sustainable sources says that it can be done with today's technology at costs roughly comparable to conventional energy. But converting will be a massive undertaking on the scale of the moon landings. What is needed most is the societal and political will to make it happen. "

    The Solutions Project

    Stanford Professor Mark Jacobson at Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy Conference
    last 100 years, 100 million died too soon! 13mins

    w/ Mark A. Ruffalo, Marco Krapels, and Mark Z. Jacobson http://www

  • antipodes

    Incredible stuff happening in the sky – clouds, lightning pink/orange colors especially the storms. Simply observe and pause to reflect.

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    I Don't have a tv so I've never seen this Rogan guy. Apparently his audience is pretty low-brow? Well, that's a lot of people. I don't overuse it myself but I do admire his language. If that's what it takes…

    • combomelt combomelt

      you can watch him online on youtube, if you can stomach the infantile, acrid, testosterone injected atmosphere of arrogant idiocy. He makes some good points every now and then, but rambling drug induced radio blogging does not suit him well, and I hate to listen to hubris filled blowhards without much more than an 8th grade education.

    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

      Danger kitty I agree

      "If that's what it takes"

  • combomelt combomelt


    • Helena Handbasket Helena Handbasket

      Could you perhaps tone down the vitriol against cannabis users? The non-psychoactive cannabinoid CBD has been shown to prevent tumor recurrence. Cannabis also helps with many serious health conditions, including MS, epilepsy, Alzheimer's, PTSD, crohns, Aids, etc. Cannabis could prove to be a beneficial therapy for radiation poisoning as well. This cannabis-using, stage 3c, breast cancer survivor would appreciate a little compassion and understanding in this matter. Thanks.

      • MT

        helena Agreed , canabis is one of the strongest antiemetics ( against nausea) and sometimes the only choice to releive the sysmptoms of chemo patients . It can be a very useful drug by many cancer patients ,and in that aspect i suppport its use .

  • dunkilo

    Im tired of fox news trying to get us in another war….the truth is long gone for them..they are just puppets for the powers that be.Ive emailed my ass off to the prez on down …what a bunch of loonies!I keep my remarks civil.
    Think I will look into arming myself for when the poo hits the fan.
    They my rot my body but never ever will they touch my soul!
    Time is running out ,you sacks of vomit in DC.They DISGUST me .
    like my pappy told me…you can put a pig in a dress,but that don't make it a prom date.
    Be prepared people don't procrastinate .

  • Patrick-Henry Patrick-Henry

    I've been following this event from the beginning and know that it's completely out of control…

    But if you head over to the EPA website they continue to say "All is Well."

    Reminds me of Kevin Bacon's character in Animal House that gets trampled by the rioters at the end as he screams "Remain calm. All is well!"

    It's beyond curious that there is this level of denial from the very organization created to protect(supposedly) the environment and the populace.

    • We Not They Finally

      Don't expect better from the EPA. In some ways it has become "the Environmental Poisoning Agency." Obama put Gina McCarthy as head — she was the one with the Office of Radiation Monitoring that made sure that radiation monitors were turned OFF in the wake of the original disaster at Fukushima. I guess that that was her "reward." Orwellian.

  • We Not They Finally, it is a plutocracy for sure and Obama is just another frontman. Meanwhile back at the ranch the triple meltdown is dissolving into the Pacific while experts play Bullshit the audience………The truth turns out to be a bad movie set in Japan. No James Bond to save the world here folks, he's checking his facebook page……….The bankers have it under control as better the population take a cancer hit then the banks take a hit on the bottom line…….. the way I see it. Good luck folks, someone pissed in your yesterday's beer..


    The term is releasing, don't try and make it look some innocent thing. They have knowledge of this, the term is releasing.

    The perpetrators of these crimes are the designers of the equipment that deceived TEPCO and the Japanese people that their crap, failed, useless, shit quality, malfunctioning devil boxes were safe, when they knew they were not.


    Even as recent as January 2014, settling out of court, this corporation was found fiddling safety results for their inferior technology. Money over safety.

    Song time… Brave

    #…. Innocence, your history of silence Won’t do you any good Did you think it would? Let your words be anything but empty Why don’t you tell them the truth?

    Say what you wanna say And let the words fall out Honestly I wanna see you be brave… #

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    DAP blasts BN’s nuclear power plans, calls it a threat to health, safety – The Malaysian Insider
    Lim also said nuclear energy is expensive, unclean and unsafe.
    He said the nuclear industry has by necessity been a state-dominated industry, sustained by huge subsidies that force the people to guarantee their profits.
    He cited taxpayers in the United States having to assume 80% of the financial risk when their president Barack Obama announced a US$5.4 billion (RM17.3 billion) loan for a nuclear power plant in Georgia.
    "The World Bank had stated before that nuclear power is not the least-cost option and has not financed a nuclear reactor project since 1959, the first and only time it did so," Lim said.
    Far from being carbon-neutral, a 1,000-megawatt nuclear power plant would generate 30 tonnes of highly radioactive waste each year that remain radioactive for half a million years, he said.
    – See more at:

    Sent from my F-iPad

  • athome athome

    By all mean the decision to stop nuclear activity will have to start in US.
    US have promote the atomic energy to the world .
    The United States of America is a Great Satan.
    Iran Ayatollah Khomeini said in 1979.
    It is not unfounded, and it reveal today that the overtake of banking cartel over the economy of this country is weird.
    The power is in the same hands for more than a century, and that is the problem.
    The next revolution I hope will come from USA.
    American people have some cleanup to do for the world to breeze better.
    Put all those coyotte in jail.

  • athome athome

    Here in Europe we are under order of US decision. We have completly lost our soul.
    We act like puppies, hopping Syandards and Poors will not depreciate us.

    The ball is in US camp.

    Fight against nuclear is a huge combat, I am 60 and I am not sure to see a change..

    • Bungalow Phil Bungalow Phil

      How can we know who is behind the decisions that cause one nation to appear to be under the thumb of another. We can agree maybe that inherent evil is manipulating the direction we are led in. The regulatory agencies are powerful only because the host nations are signatories to the agreements. How it is in Europe is reflective of the leadership and the resistance of the people. We here are unjustly ruled, similarly as the rights afforded are diminished so much like chattel, purposely and without regard to basic human rights. No, no, no, to the end we must resist.

  • Preview of today's show with Dana:
    200 kilometers of Canadian Pacific Coast Line Devoid of All Life

  • We Not They Finally

    If the ocean dies we all die. Dont worry about the ocean??70& or more of all Oxygen comes from the planckton that lives on the bottom of the ocean..The food chain in the ocean will make starvation a real possibility…The ocean is critical to the survival of the species of the earth.And it will happen very quickly in geological time.We may end up like Mars has.

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