TV: Shocking number of cancers around leaking nuclear plant near NYC… Tens of thousands of cases recently reported… “More than anywhere else in US”… “Why is this story not being covered by everybody?” — Teacher: “I can’t believe the number of teachers who have gotten cancer” (VIDEOS)

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‘Indian Point Nuke Plant Middle School Cancer Cluster’, Myla Reson, Jun 2014:

Vicki Fox, teacher of social studies at Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School in Yorktown Heights less than 10 miles from Indian Point (emphasis added): “My name is Vicki Fox, I’m a middle school teacher at a school that is just a few miles from Indian Point… I really can’t tell you how many teachers and students I’ve met there over the years who are survivors of cancer — specifically thyroid cancer. I was talking about this to a woman who is an aide… and she said ‘Oh, do you know that I had thyroid cancer?’… She’s just another. This year again I’m working with somebody who has had thyroid cancer. One of my students this year… he had cancer on his optic nerve and is almost blind. As I said, I can’t believe the number of teachers who have gotten cancer. And I think it’s because they live in this area.”

‘Indian Point – We are flirting with catastrophe’, The Big Picture RT, Feb 16, 2016:

  • Reporter: “It’s an alarming story, and I thought of it as an alarming story ever since I started researching it, because there are some things that people generally don’t know… it gave me a feeling of, ‘Why is this story not being covered by everybody?’ So I went there [to Indian Point] and of course have been told by the company running it that it is safe, that the latest leak has been contained, and that there is nothing to worry about. But then I got to meet people who used to live in the area and they said that they had cancer, thyroid cancer, which was the biggest shocker to me since, again, it has been grossly under reported in the United States. Or even more so, people are just laughing at the suggestion that a nuclear plant operating 25 miles from New York City can cause cancer. So this was the biggest shocker”…
  • Host: “If you’ve got a bunch of thyroid cancers around or downwind of Indian Point, that means that they’ve been venting radioactive gases?”
  • Reporter: “That’s the way any nuclear plant in the world operates, it emits radiation. Whether in large doses in case of a leak, or in small doses, but it does emit it anyways — it’s just the way it operates… I come from part of the world where Chernobyl happened… it’s been taught in schools that thyroid cancer is caused by radiation. You have people in the area of Indian Point in masses, 20,000 people diagnosed with cancer… over 15 years — more than anywhere else in the United States.”

From yesterday: “Uncontrollable radioactive flow” coming from nuclear plant near NYC — Actual releases are “trillions of times” higher than reported during latest leak (VIDEO)

Watch: Vicki Fox | RT Broadcast

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  • SadieDog

    Breaking- Indian Point nuclear problems caused by bird shit…
    "ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Bird poop was the likely cause of a December shutdown at a nuclear power plant outside New York City, according to the operator.

    An Indian Point reactor safely shut down for three days starting Dec. 14 following an electrical disturbance on outdoor high voltage transmission lines, Entergy Corp. said. An outside expert is analyzing whether what's technically called bird "streaming" was the culprit."

    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_NUCLEAR_OUTAGE_BIRD?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2016-03-03-14-38-43

  • 5 years after the Great East Japan Earthquake / Market battles to keep fishery items in stores
    http://the-japan-news.com/news/article/0002787357

    • At one time not too long ago my supermarket had a half isle for canned fish. Now the end 1/8 of that isle is all they have now…. and i would not touch any of it now. The public is coming down from the trees to see the reality in the market. They Know even if they will not admit it.. The fish are dangerous.

  • dunkilo

    This is whats happening all around, millions/billions of new cancers.The slaughter of the sheeple-slaves is in full swing now and cant be stopped….

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    "March 10, 2009 – An unusually high local rate of thyroid cancer, documented in new official data, near the Indian Point nuclear reactors just north of New York City, was the subject of a Fox News story entitled "Cancer Cluster" broadcast on March 8 as part of the evening Fox Report."
    http://radiation.org/press/090311_pressrelease_fox.html

  • SadieDog

    Well my good news, bad news, good news, roller coaster of a week just made up its mind. Was giving my dog his monthly bath and found a lump the size of a baseball. 🙁
    There aren't enough curse words for me right now. Later.

    • Sorry to hear that Sadie, lets hope for the best a good vet.

      • SadieDog

        Thanks guys. Appreciate it. Vet drained 80% of it yesterday. It was mostly fluid, like a softball sized water ballon. That's how it poped up so quick. The fluid was surrounding a small egg-sized something/cyst in there that they are gonna probably cut out next week. Fingers crossed. 😉

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Sadie Dog, I'm so sorry to hear about your dog. Mine has been getting a ton of gray hairs and she's only five years old. Her breed's lifespan is supposed to be 15 years. But I rescued her from a life on the streets just about six weeks after 3/11. She must have gotten horrific radiation exposure. I look at the gray hairs on her face and neck, and wonder if I, too, will have the same kind of grim discovery you've just had.

      Hoping your dog has a benign tumor. Truly.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Dogs, like people, can have lipomas, fatty tumors. Many dogs get them. I'm hoping that's what your dog has.

      • HoTaters…my big Shepherd had lots of gray muzzle at 3 YO, at 8 a little more, at 9 a little less. Started home made yogurt and natto, good for human too.

        Natural foods with good digestion helping bacteria….why the hell didn't we learn that in high school? why the hell didn't we learn that until our "half life" so to speak.

        • PlowboyGrownUp

          ".why the hell didn't we learn that in high school? why the hell didn't we learn that until our "half life" so to speak."
          Cause we were taught some version of the governments "food pyramid", which was mostly totally hogwash unhealthy.

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Thank you. She is getting a fecal implant soon from a healthy dog, not exposed to antibiotics and unhealthy things. My poor girl was neglected and abused from birth, until I adopted her. Will try the natto & home made yogurt. We make kombucha from tea here at home. Have read that's also good for dogs in small amounts, but want to check on that. Home made milk kefirs are good, and she likes that.

          Where are you sourcing your milk? Raw? Some states have made it "illegal" which is just silly IMO. Some counties here will prosecute people for selling raw milk, even cowshares aren't allowed. We are also not allowed to gather water in cisterns. Imagine that.

          • HoTaters HoTaters

            Dog with deformed teeth, abnormal enamel development from antibiotics or poor nutrition as a puppy. Needs extra care now. Glad to hear improved gut health will help. Just like humans.

          • Ya think about that….proper digestion and extraction of nutrients and micro-nutrients from food benefits the organism.

            Gut flora, aka bacteria, are essential in the process. Anything you microwave (its an effective disinfector) will have all bacteria, good and bad, killed off.

          • Hotaters

            natto is a different bacteria from lacto based things, so it is a good diversification.

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natt%C5%8D

            There is a real trick to Natto though…time and temperature really important. The trick is solved by using a yogurt maker, we just figured that out this month.

      • jamesofthecommons

        My dog was only four years old when the Fukaishima meltdowns occured.Just last month my dog after a few minutes of swimming in a nearby creek had what appeared to be a massive stroke and had to be put down three days later. Just two years after the meltdowns Geronimo had gone from being a healthy beast of a dog,to looking like a stray 15 year old mut, suffering from severe arthritis. When he died he also had multiple skin growths of various sizes.
        My advice to folks with dogs is to keep them indoors as much as possible, feed them the best food you can buy, keep them out of area waterways but bath them often with filtered water, and of course, at the first hint of a health issue, get them to a vet.
        Life as we knew it prior to Fukuashima,''and now Indian Point, is over. We must now hope for the best, but be extra diligent and expect the worst. The worst being that you, your loved ones,friends and your pets, are very likely to experience negative health effects, and possibly even death, within the next few years, on a scale unlike any experienced by modern man.If you and the majority of people you know do not become seriously ill within say the next 3-5 years, then I would say that you and the people you know, are darn lucky. This is what Fukuashima and Indian Point means to humanity, this is our new reality

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Sadie so sorry about the tumor..both of my dogs died after 3-11. Animals took a huge hit from the rain and the ground contamination they were exposed to from Fukushima.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        obewan, sorry for your loss too. Dogs are family members in our home.

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          Thanks!

          WE also lost some humans in the area too right after 3-11..bad luck of the draw.. after such a massive release of manmade radiation that is not suppose to be on this planet.

          We must all be patient for what still comith this way.

          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            I was looking for a tally of all pet cancers for 2012 and came up with this instead?

            If we are looking for a canary then all the vets need to start keeping track of all these pet cancer diagnosis and document them all per state per year.
            http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/pdf/wk/mm6449.pdf

            But then the money made is just so good by all these highly educated boys and girls..but then what do I know.

            Maybe they want to keep it all (the data) a secret.

  • from a distance from a distance

    For anyone interested,

    "The Age of Fission with Lonnie Clark, guest Dana Durnford
    3-2-2016"

    http://www.ucy.tv/Pages/Video/_PNoqV0K1cc

  • SpeakEZ SpeakEZ

    +PT, Sorry, somewhat OT, but it was the only way I could log in…The latest bullshit, or should I say birdshit, from these lying rats about Indian Point: http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/04/us/bird-poop-nuclear-power-shutdown/index.html

    Wow…a new milestone in how stupid they believe the public is…

  • rogerthat

    http://phys.org/news/2016-03-mutations-dna-fukushima-forests-greenpeace.html

    Mutations, DNA damage seen in Fukushima forests: Greenpeace
    March 4, 2016

    .. Greenpeace said signs of mutations in trees and DNA-damaged worms were beginning to appear, while "vast stocks of radiation" mean that forests cannot be decontaminated. …

    The report came as the government intends to lift many evacuation orders in villages around the Fukushima plant by March 2017, if its massive decontamination effort progresses as it hopes.
    For now, only residential areas are being cleaned in the short-term, and the worst-hit parts of the countryside are being omitted, a recommendation made by the International Atomic Energy Agency.

    But such selective efforts will confine returnees to a relatively small area of their old hometowns, while the strategy could lead to re-contamination as woodlands will act as a radiation reservoir, with pollutants washed out by rains, Greenpeace warned.

    The conservation group said its report relies largely on research published in peer-reviewed international journals.
    But "most of the findings in it have never been covered outside of the close circles of academia", report author Kendra Ulrich told AFP. …

  • GOM GOM

    Concerns of "Major" West Coast Earthquake Growing as San Andreas, Melones and Elsinore Faults Spew More Carbon Monoxide.

    >>UPDATED with NASA Statement as of 8:20 PM on 1 March 2016 – Beginning on February 26, NASA satellites in space began detecting staggeringly large emissions of Carbon Monoxide (CO) gas along the west coast, from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, all the way south to San Diego, CA.

    https://www.superstation95.com/index.php/world/955

  • rogerthat

    http://ajw.asahi.com/article/0311disaster/recovery/AJ201603040061

    FIVE YEARS AFTER: Recovery not in sight for 62% in Fukushima
    March 04, 2016

    THE ASAHI SHIMBUN

    … 62 percent of Fukushima residents still feel that the end is nowhere in sight for rebuilding the prefecture … (while)
    36 percent said the roadmap for reconstruction is becoming clearer, …

    Asked how long it would take for the life in the prefecture to return to pre-3/11 conditions, 51 percent … said “more than 20 years,” …

    Asked about the recent resumption of nuclear reactor operations in Japan, 77 percent of the Fukushima residents said they “disapprove of” the reactor restarts, compared with 10 percent who “approve of” such moves.

    In comparison, a nationwide survey conducted in February showed that 54 percent of Japanese disapprove of the reactor restarts while 31 percent approve.

    Only 17 percent of Fukushima residents said they “approve of” the central government’s handling of the nuclear disaster, far below the 66 percent who “disapprove of” its efforts, the survey showed.

    Similarly, 13 percent of the residents “approve of” the way the central government and Tokyo Electric Power Co., operator of the Fukushima plant, have dealt with contaminated water accumulating at the plant, while 74 percent had a negative appraisal of the work. …

  • rogerthat

    http://www.platts.com/latest-news/electric-power/washington/union-of-concerned-scientists-calls-nrc-progress-21038614

    NRC PROGRESS ON FUKUSHIMA LESSONS 'INSUFFICIENT'
    Washington (Platts)–3 Mar 2016

    The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission has "made insufficient progress in improving US nuclear power safety in light of lessons learned" from the 2011 Fukushima I accident in Japan, the Union of Concerned Scientists said statement.

    UCS, in a statement, said that "all too often the agency abdicated its responsibility as the nation's nuclear watchdog by allowing the industry to rely on voluntary guidelines, which are, by their very nature, unenforceable."

    Edwin Lyman, senior staff scientist at UCS, said, "if the NRC is serious about protecting the public and plant workers, it should reconsider a number of recommendations it scrapped under pressure from plant owners and their supporters in Congress."

    Among the recommendations UCS asked NRC to "reconsider" are "expediting the transfer of spent fuel from overcrowded cooling pools to dry storage casks" and "increasing the radius of emergency planning zones around nuclear plants from 10 to at least 25 miles." …

  • irhologram

    http://www.opb.org/news/article/refuge-occupier-pete-santilli-earns-release-but-will-stay-in-jail/

    Pete Scintilly is an alternative news reporter. Apparently what he has been jailed for RE the refuge occupation was organizing off site protests. He was not welcomed as an insider at the refuge, had not gone there, and his only "weapon" was a camera that not concealed.

    I'm somewhat surprised no one here has brought this up. I didn't because because I don't "like" this man's reporting style. But being disliked is not illegal. I believe he has purposefully positioned himself to challenge the muzzling of free speech…hubris, but legal.

    He is still JAILED because he also covered events at Bundy Ranch, although he hadn't inserted himself there as deeply into the narrative.

    So…there are DEFINATELY issues here IMHO, regarding "press freedoms" of alternative media. I would suppose he was considered to be aiding and abetting because he exercised first amendment rights of assembly. I'm going to research further the actual charges.

    There were recent interpretations regarding freedom of the press making it only for Mainstream News outlets, which were ALSO narrowly interpreted.

    IMHO, there are 3 issues in the Malheur Occupation: govt's illegal aquisition of huge amounts of private land; the traitorous sale of WMD raw materials to foreign countries, AND a BOLD attack on freedom of the press, without which we wouldn't have been aware of the first 2.

    • ISeePinkClouds

      Yes.irhologram.TY.OT. Much of this is due to the gubmint's charge that
      Santilli is a member of Oath Keepers,a Veterans Group,a Constitutional Militia,and not just an objective journalist. The question remains then is the Oath Keepers a Militia.According to the Oath Keeper's Website Oath Keepers is a group whose goal is to defend the Constitution.

      "Oath Keepers is a non-partisan association of current and formerly serving military, police, and first responders,who pledge to fulfill the oath all military and police take to “defend the Constitution against all enemies,foreign and domestic.”

      https://www.oathkeepers.org/about/

      The Oath Keepers rely on social disobedience rather than violence to defend their cause,as stated on their website,as orders they will not obey.

      https://www.oathkeepers.org/declaration-of-orders-we-will-not-obey/"

      It is a sad state of affairs when those sworn to defend the Constitution are labeled "terrorists". Very sad.

      Ford Fischer's interview with Pete Santilli:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48j05MxKFYs

      Though the gubmit asserts that Santilli's presence was an "attempt to impede gubbermint officials",rather than that of fulfilling his normal role as a journalist.

      Even jailed Pete Santilli is better off than Lavoy Finicum. May Lavoy rest in peace.

      More to be revealed.

      Peace

      • ISeePinkClouds

        Yes.

        “FBI Create Database Listing People Who Create Anti-Government Memes”
        “This database will be shared with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other agencies”

        “A meme (/ˈmiːm/ meem)[1] is "an idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture".[2] A meme acts as a unit for carrying cultural ideas, symbols, or practices that can be transmitted from one mind to another through writing, speech, gestures, rituals, or other imitable phenomena with a mimicked theme. Supporters of the concept regard memes as cultural analogues to genes in that they self-replicate, mutate, and respond to selective pressures.[3]”

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meme

        “The FBI have joined forces with the National Science Foundation and invested $1 million dollars into a project aimed at gathering information on people who share anti-government internet meme’s
        online.”
        “The project is aimed at modeling the diffusion of information online and empirically discriminating among models of mechanisms driving the spread of memes.”
        They will use a system called Truthy, which will comprise of a group that will track and differentiate memes made by online users with particular focus on those who are “political activists”. Their goal is to eliminate false or misleading political information from social media.”

        cont.

        • ISeePinkClouds

          Superstation95.com reports:

          “Even more suspiciously, one of the stated endgame goals of the project is to share the machine learning techniques gained from Truthy with future mass social media studies carried out by government and academia.”

          “Beginning in the Fall of 2014 Truthy began databasing not only suspicious memes but also the identity of their creators where the information will remain “forever, regardless of their innocence or guilt, or their intentions.” said lead FBI agent Paul Horner. “This database will be shared with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other agencies.”

          http://www.infowars.com/fbi-create-database-listing-people-who-create-anti-government-memes/

          Is this the beginning of “Secrecy Laws” in the U.S.?

          “Japan's Illiberal Secrecy Law”
          “The Japanese government is poised to enact a secrecy law that will undermine the people’s right to know. The law will give all government ministries the right to classify information related to defense, diplomacy, counterintelligence and counterterrorism as a state secret. But there is no guideline as to what constitutes a secret. This lack of definition means the government could well designate any inconvenient information secret.”

          http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/30/opinion/international/japans-illiberal-secrecy-law.html?_r=0he

          Japan's Secrecy Law went into effect in December 2013. Less than two years after Fuk(Secret)ima.

          Shhhhhhhh! It's a Secret.

          Peace

  • Sickputer

    Oh how sneaky the French nucleoapes! They are practiced at their art of lying. Their engineers and politicians all have degrees in BS, CS, and DD! (Backstabbing, Corkscrewing, and Dirty-Dealing).

    http://m.dw.com/en/reports-fessenheim-nuclear-accident-played-down-by-authorities/a-19093477

    "French energy giant EDF, allegedly did not divulge the gravity of the incident on April 9, 2014, when one of the reactors had to be shut down after water was found leaking from several places….

    "…the reactor could not be shut down in an ordinary fashion due to control rods being jammed. The reactor had to be shut down by adding boron to the pressure vessel, an unprecedented procedure in Western Europe,…"

    "…Researchers from German daily "Süddeutsche Zeitung" and public broadcaster WDR claim the incident at Fessenheim, which is in Alsace near the border with Germany, could turn out to be one of "most dramatic nuclear accidents ever in Western Europe."

    • matty1

      Sounds like a meltdown sicputer. Pretty serious. I wonder what the radiation readings around the reactor are now. Why do they not shut both reactors down? Cover your rear I guess. Hope the Germans sue.

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        Bunch of Nuclear rattle traps littering the planet and ready to blow at anytime..says he!

        My brand new propane water heater built by GE in the year 2012.. lasted 3 years!

        Thinking Nuclear generated heat is a little tougher to control than propane heat.

        Earth is in serious trouble from all these Nuclear carpet baggers.

        • AirSepTech AirSepTech

          Carpet Baggers hahaha 😉 $hitbaggers toooo.

          They/we will someday have a lesson we don't want, we all got 'lucky' with Japan getting approx. 50 plants shutdown 'realitivly' safe. 3 in the FAIL.

          We are an E.M.P. away from Armageddon. Or even a single or multiple fail, leading to a cascade fail, where these 'sneaky pete' plants with stuck rods, bad valves, etc., show their ugly trouble at the worst possible moment. It is a real problem. It is a stupid problem, that any type of power outage puts us at risk of disaster.

          I was at work when the 'Northridge' quake hit, I was in north Nevada. The quake 'shocked' the grid, Bonneville had some tripping, on to Nevada, some power sag, tripped my 20,000 hp compressors. No big deal, just compressors.

          But, what if it was a reactor? What if it doesn't 'behave' on a shutdown? Why do the problems persist in a 'high tech' operation? Why are we taking so much risk to light a lightbulb?

          The crap needs to go, before another generation has to explain this stupidity to their children.

          • matty1

            Murphy's law of nuclear.
            Anything that can go wrong in a nuclear power plant, isotope plant, or weapons facility is going wrong. Right now in all 460 npps everything that can go wrong is going wrong.

            Things are continueing to go wrong at fukushima daiichi. Things are going wrong exponentially and at light speed. Things have grown steadily worse for 5 years. There is a total cover-up but, it is now destroying what is left of japan. It is annihilating the pacific. It is saturating north america with more radionucleides.

            http://www.worldwatch.org/node/787
            http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/12/14/fukushima-amplifies-murphys-law/

          • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

            What's the statute of limitations on a Fukleide? Or a Fessenheimotope?

            • matty1

              Its time to shut down price anderson and all nuclear plants.

              • matty1

                Did the right thing, but in the wrong direction.
                A nuclear power plant operator turned a valve the wrong way, spraying 105,000 gallons of radioactive water into a reactor containment building and plunging the building into darkness. (Sequoya I, Tennessee)
                Had the right object, but dropped it
                A maintenance worker in a Titan missile silo accidentally dropped a 7-kilogram socket head from his spanner. It fell 20 meters, bounced off a concrete mounting, and penetrated the aluminum skin of the missile, releasing a vapor stream of highly toxic and explosive aerozine-50 fuel into the silo and triggering a series of escalating malfunctions culminating in an explosion that blew the missile's 2,700 kilogram reentry vehicle and 9-megaton nuclear warhead 600 feet into the air. (Titan missile silo, Arkansas)

                • matty1

                  More from Murpy's Law

                  3. It was the right stuff, but it got into the wrong hands

                  A boy found seven pellets of radioactive cobalt lying in the street and brought them home. He, his mother, his sister, and his grandmother all died. (Mexico City)

                  4. Took the right route, but got unexpectedly detoured.

                  A Mammoth Major warhead transporter truck, believed to have been carrying nuclear depth charges, slipped off an icy road and crashed down an embankment, landing upside-down in a field. (Dean Hill top secret arms depot, United Kingdom)

                  5. Got the right signal, but misinterpreted it.

                  Operators of a nuclear power plant in Germany noticed a red light indicating that the primary cooling system's main valve had been left open by mistake. They assumed there was something wrong with the signal light, and ignored it. The valve remained open for 15 hours, bringing the plant to within a hair's breadth of a disaster. (Biblis-A, Germany)

    • ISeePinkClouds

      Yes.Sickputer.TY.Very significant event,this Boron Injection.

      During the meltdowns at Fukushima the plant manager,Maseo Yashida,according to his testimony before the Government Investigating Committee,he stated that he hesitated to inject Boron into Reactor #2 because that action would damage the reactors to the point that they could never be put back into service,and the implication is that TEPCO Management did not approve of this action, because it Would ruin the Reactor Permanently. Eventually Yashida did attempt to inject Boron,only to find the Boron tanks,at least as the gages indicated,dry.

      http://www.asahi.com/special/yoshida_report/en/

      It occurs to me that this Injection of Boron Water,i.e.Boric Acid,will permanently destroy this Fessenheim Reactor. It must be a serious meltdown to decide to write off a multi-billion Euro Nuclear Reactor.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fessenheim_Nuclear_Power_Plant

      Peace

  • GOM GOM

    St. Louis County health department to start surveying residents near Bridgeton Landfill this month.

    Director Faisal Khan said the odors coming from an underground fire at Bridgeton Landfill smoldering since 2010 have affected residents’ respiratory health. He said the survey will specifically look for complaints of asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and allergies.

    http://news.stlpublicradio.org/post/st-louis-county-health-department-start-surveying-residents-near-bridgeton-landfill-month

  • GOM GOM

    Scuba diver sucked into St. Lucie nuclear power plant intake suing FP&L.

    http://enformable.com/category/nuclear_news/

  • matty1

    3 It was the right stuff, but it got into the wrong hands
    A boy found seven pellets of radioactive cobalt lying in the street and brought them home. He, his mother, his sister, and his grandmother all died. (Mexico City)

    4 Took the right route, but got unexpectedly detoured.
    A Mammoth Major warhead transporter truck, believed to have been carrying nuclear depth charges, slipped off an icy road and crashed down an embankment, landing upside-down in a field. (Dean Hill top secret arms depot, United Kingdom)

    5 Got the right signal, but misinterpreted it.
    Operators of a nuclear power plant in Germany noticed a red light indicating that the primary cooling system's main valve had been left open by mistake. They assumed there was something wrong with the signal light, and ignored it. The valve remained open for 15 hours, bringing the plant to within a hair's breadth of a disaster. (Biblis-A, Germany)

  • Nick

    ¨ The partial meltdown of three reactors …¨

    http://news.stanford.edu/news/2016/march/fukushima-lessons-ewing-030416.html

    Come on Stanford, you can do better. These reactors suffered catastrophic failure.

    Partial Meltdown my ass….

  • Nick

    …¨Williams says the evidence suggests that thyroid growths among children are far more common than previously thought and must be considered normal. The Fukushima survey, he says, promises a “better understanding of the origins and development” of such growths and may lead to better treatment protocols.¨

    http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/03/mystery-cancers-are-cropping-children-aftermath-fukushima

    Crikey. Does anyone remember Chernobyl? Thyroid growths are NOT normal. I don care WHO pays for your grant dollars.

    Sciencemag. You also can do better.

    The mind reels.

  • rogerthat

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-03-04/monsanto-suing-california-telling-people-truth-about-its-chemicals

    Monsanto Is Suing California For Telling People The Truth About Its Chemicals

    Submitted by Claire Bernish via TheAntiMedia.org,

    Monsanto is suing the State of California for its intent to include glyphosate — the main ingredient in its wildly popular herbicide, Roundup — on its Proposition 65 toxic chemicals list.

    California’s decision came after the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified glyphosate as a “probable carcinogen” in March 2015. Researchers discovered “limited evidence” of a link between the weedkiller and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in humans, as well as “convincing evidence” of its link to other forms of cancer in rodents. Thus, IARC decided unanimously that glyphosate is “probably carcinogenic.”

    California announced in September it would include glyphosate among the noxious chemicals under Prop 65, which “mandates notification and labeling of all known to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm, and prohibits their discharge into drinking waters of the state,” Alternet summarized.

    Monsanto has pushed back against the classification by the IARC from the beginning. Glyphosate-laden Roundup remains the most heavily used herbicide on the planet — despite an ever-widening list of nations implementing whole or partial bans on the substance. …

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      Monsanto is suing California? …For toxin disparagement??

      Glyphosate acquired emotional duress and financial harm from being labeled a probable carcinogen? Never mind that it's true…You may not disparage a Monsanto product…Lest you be thrown to the pack of two hundred attorneys… "My feelings are hurt. Sue the state." Glyphosate.

      Buyer beware.

      • Nick

        TATAL tellers unite. Our cause is just!

        But…seriously, how many hominids do you know that grasp reality at the atomic level? Probably less than 1%.

        Which is why I invented the 99:1 rule BEFORE occupy!

        99% of humans are stupider than you are… which is a life-saver when driving say!

        It is not from arrogance that I speak, but from experience.

        TATAL stuff leads to GMI.

        Look at these hands! ( 🙂 )

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        Yeah, that stuff is supposed to be biodegradable, so why is it in our honey?

        Monsanto is the devil.

  • Nick

    As we approach the fifth anniversary of 3/11/11, expect a resurgence of trolls on this site.

    http://beforeitsnews.com/survival/2015/01/nuclear-cartel-attempts-to-disrupt-and-misdirect-trolls-at-enenews-and-elsewhere-2557168.html

    Indian Point has been leaking for years.

    The nuclearats have lied since day one.

    I await ye trolls.

  • Nick

    ¨ENENews is a news website covering the latest energy-related developments. It was established shortly after the Fukushima Daiichi disaster in March 2011. It has grown rapidly to serve approximately 2,000,000 page views per month.¨

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3942392/

    🙂

  • jec jec

    MORE from this nuclear plant waiting for a major accident!! May 10th, 2016.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3076082/Thousands-gallons-oil-leak-Hudson-River-transformer-explodes-nuclear-power-plant-35-miles-away-Midtown-Manhattan.html

    Pretty quiet in the press, as normal. Since no evacuation is possible, FEMA is doing a drill on the WEST COAST USA..forget NYC..

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