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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Sep 23, 2013 4:22 pm

GZ I wonder if these fake 'aliens' might show up with some exotic tech to 'fix' or mitigate the situation. The Navy's been working hard on tech creating strong magnetic fields, inserting elements, and morphing isotopes into something less harmful.

Outside of that & or undisclosed tech this turkey's cooked.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Thu Sep 26, 2013 9:34 pm

All we need to do is this:
http://www.chnpp.gov.ua/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=40&Itemid=42&lang=en
Chernobyl


But how long did it take??? How long before Fukushima???

and for recent TEPCO stuff see this site:
http://www.fukuleaks.org/web/?p=11486

They show pictures of the crane in R#4 ready to move fuel rods!!! Really?? Look.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Thu Sep 26, 2013 9:55 pm

Lord have mercy. Straight out of Hollywood. Tokyo electric failed to follow SOP with the fuel racks, among a million other things. The spacers in the racks weren't loaded with traditional neutralizing or control rods; they were replaced with MORE FUEL RODS!

Naturally this has failed to make 'news' but what exactly constitutes 'news' anymore?
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PostSubject: Doctor Reveals Fukushima Radiation Nightmare Solution   Fri Sep 27, 2013 10:19 am

Doctor Reveals Fukushima Radiation Nightmare Solution



Doctor and radiation expert identifies key solution to Fukushima radiation nightmare
Anthony Gucciardi
Infowars.com


September 27, 2013








As the Fukushima radiation nightmare continues, top experts and analysts are continuing to warn against the devastating radiological effects that are already hammering citizens of the Northern Hemisphere and around the globe at record levels.


And while Fukushima is considered to be ‘even worse’ by nuclear scientists and researchers thanChernobyl in terms of the radioactive contamination, what’s even more concerning is the fact that Fukushima is only one factor in the spiking levels of radiation within the United States and abroad.


Over the past several decades we have seen the emergence of excessive nuclear testing, the voluminous creation of nuclear power facilities, medical applications with radiation, the pollution of the air with radioactive elements, and even the absolute contamination of the food supply with health-crushing radiation — all contributing to a spike in background radiation levels that have been steadily climbing since just 60 years ago.


Meanwhile, even the Fukushima plant operators were forced to admit that the radiation levels released from the plant explosion were at the very least 2 1/2 times greater than they admitted. But the real question is what happened to the majority of the radioactive contamination? According to one revealing study examining the true crippling effects of Fukushima on the globe, 20% of the caesium-137 fell on Japanese land, and about 2% ended up on land outside the country. The remainder came down in the Pacific Ocean, which means around 68% of the highly dangerous radioactive waste was released directly into the Pacific Ocean.


Is it any wonder now that the EPA is actually going ahead and raising the ‘acceptable levels’ of radiation in the food supply as other nations just blatantly shut off their radiation tracking systems? Radioactive isotopes have already been discovered in California, and even as far away as Boston. There’s a reason that even the Huffington Post now says that we are facing ‘Fukushima Forever’ as radiation continues to drain into the ocean.


The Solution According to Top Doctors and Researchers


Ultimately, all of the top experts say that the real ‘solution’ is to move to the Southern Hemisphere, which in reality is not really a viable solution for the vast majority of us. When speaking with the experts on this exact subject searching for a more viable answer, however, the response is always to begin taking a super strength form of what’s known as nascent iodine on a daily basis because it is the only form your body can truly utilize in a way that supports the thyroid like nothing else.


The problem with this has always been the fact that I know numerous nascent iodine supplements, and more so the harmful chemical versions of iodine, often contain toxic fillers and GMO derivatives. We’re talking glycerin taken from USDA slaughterhouses where the livestock are fed GMO ingredients, absorption-blocking filler ingredients, GMO-derived corn ingredients, and a host of toxic substances.


So after years of looking for something I could actually take and recommend to my readers who actually count on me to steer them away from any form of concerning substance within their supplements, I ended up teaming up with internationally renowned radiation expert and supplement formulator Dr. Edward Group to develop what is now known as Survival Shield for Alex Jones’ Infowars Life product line – a super high quality double strength form of nascent iodine that is absolutely free of these problematic substances that can actually damage your health.


According to top medical professionals, nutritionists, and radiation experts, nascent iodine is really the alternative to migrating to the Southern Hemisphere, and it’s essential to ensure you are receiving a form of nascent iodine that can both be utilized by your body and is free of dangerous additives. To ensure this, we made sure that Survival Shield was:


- Completely non-GMO certified
- The nascent iodine in Survival Shield is not subjected to direct heat, harsh chemicals, or alcohol
- Contains raw, certified-USP grade iodine
- Vegan-friendly and completely non-toxic



As you are aware, there is currently a run on nascent iodine amid the radioactive chaos we face on a daily basis. As an alternative to moving to South America, my choice based on the advice of top doctors and researchers who I have spoken to over the years, is to utilize nascent iodine on a daily basis and also maintain a stockpile in my medicine cabinet for my family.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Fri Sep 27, 2013 11:44 am

GZ according to the patents awarded to a private company on behalf of the USN the transmutation of materials goes as such:


cesium-137 = lithium-7+ tellurium-130

satanium errrr  plutonium-239 = boron-11+actinium-228

uranium-235=lithium-7+actinium-228

iodine-129=lithium-7+tin-122
strontium-90 + carbon-12 = ruthenium-102

Of course if they can actually do this 'on an industrial sized scale' it gets very creapy in a hurry. If their intentions are to get as much of this as possible into the atmosphere (as opposed to the ocean) and they have some means of actually transmutating it atmospherically the results are frightening:



Transmutate Cesium into the element right next to it on the periodic table - Barium.



If they're capable of doing this at scale atmospherically the remaining airborne particles will easily yield zinc, manganese, and copper.



Who cares right? Barium, zinc, manganese & copper the primary elements in chemtrails.















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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Sat Sep 28, 2013 9:01 pm

Fukushima Could be 15,000x Worse than Hiroshima with Removal of Fuel Rods
http://www.prisonplanet.com/fukushima-could-be-15000x-worse-than-hiroshima-with-removal-of-fuel-rods.html

Christina Sarich
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September 28, 2013

A Yale Professor is compelling the world to wake up from its nuclear slumber and face some cold-hard facts, “All of humanity will be threatened for thousands of years” if the Fukushima Unit 4 pool can’t be kept cool. Your worries about eating cesium-contaminated fish from the Pacific Ocean are grounded in fact, but this is a world-wide disaster of the most epic proportions just waiting to happen. If nothing else, it points to the necessity of nuclear-free power to fuel the planet, but in the meantime, more than 1,535 fuel rods must be meticulously removed from Unit 4, which in all likelihood is crumbling.

Charles Perrow, Professor Emeritus of Sociology from Yale University cautions:

“Conditions in the unit 4 pool, 100 feet from the ground, are perilous, and if any two of the rods touch it could cause a nuclear reaction that would be uncontrollable. The radiation emitted from all these rods, if they are not continually cool and kept separate, would require the evacuation of surrounding areas including Tokyo. Because of the radiation at the site the 6,375 rods in the common storage pool could not be continuously cooled; they would fission and all of humanity will be threatened, for thousands of years. [...]”

In early stages of the Fukushima disaster Tepco, under influence of the Nuclear and Industiral Safety Agency (NISA), tried to keep the full ramifications of Fukushima under wraps, and now the entire country faces a possible trillion dollar price tag and multiple decades of active clean up to make this go away, but that will all be a moot point if the fuel rods aren’t removed properly.

Read: Radiation Levels Hit New High at Fukushima

All the boron between spent fuel rods has disintegrated. This means a nuclear chain reaction could ensue if the rods get too close together in the pools, causing nuclear mayhem like we’ve never endured. In less than two months, Tepco plans to try to remove these rods, admitting that they haven’t the expertise or resources to do it perfectly – and that is what it would take – absolute perfection.

According to globalreasearch.ca, “Some 400 tons of fuel in that pool could spew out more than 15,000 times as much radiation as was released at Hiroshima.”

“More than 6,000 fuel assemblies now sit in a common pool just 50 meters from Unit Four. Some contain plutonium. The pool has no containment over it. It’s vulnerable to loss of coolant, the collapse of a nearby building, another earthquake, another tsunami and more.

Overall, more than 11,000 fuel assemblies are scattered around the Fukushima site. According to long-time expert and former Department of Energy official Robert Alvarez, there is more than 85 times as much lethal cesium on site as was released at Chernobyl.”

Read: Protect Yourself Against Fukushima Nuclear Radiation

This is no time for Tepco or the Japanese government to try to save face, or the world to turn the other cheek. If we don’t treat this as a global disaster it would be like waiting for the Russians to start nuclear war back in the 1980s – or worse. Harvey Wasserman has created a petition at NukeFree.org to alert our own president and other politicians about the extreme seriousness of this incident. All while they were planning to go to war with Syria, the nuclear disaster right under our noses was escalating to unfathomable proportions.

Not to sound doom and gloom, but it’s important to recognize the ramifications if this issue isn’t taken care of – properly.

This post oringally appeared at Natural Society
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Sep 30, 2013 5:06 pm

Sorry. Its steaming like something out of a Halloween movie.


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So Q, can you give us a link to the up to date Fukushima video etc.?
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Sep 30, 2013 5:22 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Sep 30, 2013 5:34 pm

This is nothing new, but its interesting to see someone admitting it as 'FACT', finally.

Michio Kaku, Protégé of ‘father of the H-bomb’ Edward Teller and earned Ph.D. in nuclear physics from University of California Berkeley: It’s not clear that we are going to make it [to a 'Type 1' civilization without destroying ourselves] -– I mean look at Fukushima […] Three simultaneous meltdowns. Do you realize that the core at Fukushima liquefied? We’ve never seen liquefication of a nuclear reactor core […] 3 liquefications of molten uranium. And you realize we still have not controlled it. They could spiral out of control any day. Small little earthquake and the reactor accident starts up all over again. […] There’s been a collapse in nuclear energy in the United States. However in Japan […] we have this raging meltdown that’s in a temporary stasis […]
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Tue Oct 01, 2013 12:07 pm


  1. FACT: Over 5,000 ppl were reported of tweeting “nosebleed”(hanaji) over the past two-day period from 9/22-9/23 http://togetter.com/li/567445


  2. FACT: Over 3,000 ppl were reported of tweeting “can’t stop my nosebleed” (hanaji ga tomaranai) during the week of 9/20-9/30 (as of 12am 10/01/2013 JST) http://togetter.com/li/568710


  3. FACT: Over 2,500 ppl were reported of tweeting “I’m nosebleeding” (hanaji ga deta) during the short days of 9/28-9/30 (as of 12 am 10/01/2013 JST) http://togetter.com/li/570016


[...] WHAT YOU CAN DO:
For Japanese Facebook and Twitter users, I’ve been asking for assistance to help spread the survey to as much of the affected people as possible using the list shown above. For users overseas, I would like to ask the following: Help me create a database out of this massive list; Help me find reliable statistics on nosebleeding in general vis-a-vis abnormal nosebleeding; and Help me devise a way to bring in the international civic community’s attention on the matter.

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https://www.facebook.com/notes/takahiro-katsumi/support-needed-over-3000-ppl-mostly-of-age-under-30-are-suffering-from-recurring/546917682028647

Radiation sickness. They also have another Tropical System heading their way.


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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Tue Oct 01, 2013 1:41 pm

Yeah, even suited up and taking short shifts the problem then becomes what to do with all the debris. I've stumbled onto quite a few documents online recently that show they've been keeping closer tabs on all of it than they've been claiming. Of course they claim it isn't of concern, but running research vehicles through the debris field off and on over the last couple of years is counterintuitive to their statements. They've even filled it with RFID tracking 'floaties' to better track it.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Wed Oct 02, 2013 9:47 am

Radioactive steam goes up, so when it rains down it comes.......

"High radiation levels in rainwater overflow

The operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant says it has detected high levels of radioactive substances in water that overflowed from a storage container on Tuesday.

The spill occurred when workers were pumping rainwater into the container. A tropical storm last month led to it accumulating in dikes surrounding wastewater storage tanks.

4 tons of the tainted water seeped into the ground before workers halted pumping.

Tokyo Electric Power Company says it found 390 becquerels per liter of beta-ray emitting substances, believed to be mostly strontium, in water inside the container.

The level is much higher than the government limit for releasing strontium-tainted water into the ocean, which is set at 30 becquerels per liter.

The level is also higher than the 160-becquerels-per-liter detected in rainwater around the wastewater storage tanks just after the storm.

TEPCO officials say they will look into why the radiation level increased.

The officials explain the overflows occurred because the rainwater was transferred into the wrong container. They plan to investigate the pipe system layout, and other factors, to find out why there was a container mix up."

http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/english/news/20131002_14.html

So......they said it. The rain itself is what's exceptionally radioactive because the steam/fog is a result of active criticalities on site or underground; so when it rains its coming back down again. The US has been spared the worst of it lately because so much of it is raining out before it arrives.
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PostSubject: Fukushima could be 15,000 times worse than Hiroshima with removal of fuel rods   Wed Oct 02, 2013 10:33 am

Fukushima could be 15,000 times worse than Hiroshima with removal of fuel rods

Posted on October 1, 2013





October 1, 2013 – JAPAN - A Yale Professor is compelling the world to wake up from its nuclear slumber and face some cold-hard facts, “All of humanity will be threatened for thousands of years” if the Fukushima Unit 4 pool can’t be kept cool. Your worries about eating cesium-contaminated fish from the Pacific Ocean are grounded in fact, but this is a world-wide disaster of the most epic proportions just waiting to happen. If nothing else, it points to the necessity of nuclear-free power to fuel the planet, but in the meantime, more than 1,535 fuel rods must be meticulously removed from Unit 4, which in all likelihood is crumbling. Charles Perrow, Professor Emeritus of Sociology from Yale University cautions: “Conditions in the unit 4 pool, 100 feet from the ground, are perilous, and if any two of the rods touch it could cause a nuclear reaction that would be uncontrollable. The radiation emitted from all these rods, if they are not continually cool and kept separate, would require the evacuation of surrounding areas including Tokyo. Because of the radiation at the site the 6,375 rods in the common storage pool could not be continuously cooled; they would fission and all of humanity will be threatened, for thousands of years.” In early stages of the Fukushima disaster Tepco, under influence of the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA), tried to keep the full ramifications of Fukushima under wraps, and now the entire country faces a possible trillion dollar price tag and multiple decades of active clean up to make this go away, but that will all be a moot point if the fuel rods aren’t removed properly. All the boron between spent fuel rods has disintegrated.


This means a nuclear chain reaction could ensue if the rods get too close together in the pools, causing nuclear mayhem like we’ve never endured. In less than two months, Tepco plans to try to remove these rods, admitting that they haven’t the expertise or resources to do it perfectly – and that is what it would take – absolute perfection. According to globalreasearch.ca, “Some 400 tons of fuel in that pool could spew out more than 15,000 times as much radiation as was released at Hiroshima. More than 6,000 fuel assemblies now sit in a common pool just 50 meters from Unit Four. Some contain plutonium. The pool has no containment over it. It’s vulnerable to loss of coolant, the collapse of a nearby building, another earthquake, another tsunami and more.” Overall, more than 11,000 fuel assemblies are scattered around the Fukushima site. According to long-time expert and former Department of Energy official Robert Alvarez, there is more than 85 times as much lethal cesium on site as was released at Chernobyl.” This is no time for Tepco or the Japanese government to try to save face, or the world to turn the other cheek. If we don’t treat this as a global disaster it would be like waiting for the Russians to start nuclear war back in the 1980s – or worse. Harvey Wasserman has created a petition at NukeFree.org to alert our own president and other politicians about the extreme seriousness of this incident. All while they were planning to go to war with Syria, the nuclear disaster right under our noses was escalating to unfathomable proportions. Not to sound doom and gloom, but it’s important to recognize the ramifications if this issue isn’t taken care of – properly. –Prison Planet
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Wed Oct 02, 2013 10:56 am

Interesting article CZ. The guy who designed the racks the fuel rods sit in says there's "no way in Hell" they'll be able to safely extract the fuel rods or the racks. The 'handles' the crane grasps are badly deformed from the salt, heat, and radiation. The 'handles' are farther from the rods than the racks the rods sit in, so the racks have to be badly deformed as well. Much like the picture below, try to get the moo moo out after someone has melted and twisted the milk carrier.




Worse yet it was fully fueled with BRAND SPANKING NEW rods shortly before the tsunami.
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PostSubject: Over 3000 People In Japan Cite Severe Nosebleeds & Radiation Type Symptoms In 11 Days   Thu Oct 03, 2013 8:38 am

Over 3000 People In Japan Cite Severe Nosebleeds & Radiation Type Symptoms In 11 Days
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Takahiro Katsumi has been following an unusual trend on twitter in Japan. People began posting complaints of severe nosebleeds, then the complaints grew and grew with more people every day citing the problem. Many of these also included complaints of nausea, fatigue and other symptoms similar to the run of complaints found among the population in Japan right after the 2011 triple meltdowns. Most of the nosebleeds have been severe with many unable to stop the problem.
 
There has been some speculation that the recent typhoon that crossed Japan on Sept 16th could have disturbed contamination in the soil and environment causing some re-exposure. This has not been clearly documented. It may be hard to document if the rises in airborne contamination were brief or localized. Some small increases in air dose as the typhoon passed were notedbut monitoring posts may not be capable of picking up such an event reliably and these small increases are within the ranges seen at these stations.

Others have wondered if it is a hay fever type trend. While this is not a scientific study it does seem to indicate something is going on. Since most people are not seeking any sort of treatment it isn’t being recorded in the medical sector’s tracking of health problems.



Read all the reports about the health problems being found on social media here:


https://www.facebook.com/GivingTreeIntnl?fref=ts
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Thu Oct 03, 2013 8:50 am

lol yeah I had forgotten the cranes were failing due to the aforementioned stresses.


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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Thu Oct 03, 2013 11:03 am

http://enformable.com/news-coverage-team/

Chris Harris, former licensed Senior Reactor Operator and engineer: The reactor core is going to do what it’s going to do. There’s not much else that we can do about it besides monitor its progress, and try to do something to cool it.

Harris: Unit 3 has wisps of steam coming out — actually, pretty good volume of steam.  So something is hot down there.  Cold shut down also means that it is below the boiling point for water in atmospheric conditions […] It’s not even that, so where is the cold shutdown?

 Steam observed 5 of previous 6 days at Fukushima Unit 3; Lasted for 24 hours straight at one point -- Nuclear Expert: There could be pockets of corium still in molten state; Nobody quite understands what’s going on (AUDIO)

"Nobody quite understands......" - More appropriately, they don't want to admit to the severity of the situation. Building 4 go off like a 500+ Mt warhead if the structure safely holding the cooling rods in a leaking pool 50 feet above the ground collapses.

[th]List of RADCON-5 sites:[/th]
4:211 near Edison, NJ, US1482013-10-03 12:35:00A
4:301 near Baltimore, MD, US1842013-10-03 12:47:00A
4:310 near Pittsburgh, PA, US2762013-10-03 12:28:00A
4:424 near Raleigh, NC, US2772013-10-03 13:30:00A
 
[th]List of RADCON-4 sites:[/th]
5:113 near Portland, ME, US4172013-10-03 13:13:00G
4:208 near Shirley, NY, US1112013-10-03 05:37:00U
4:302 near Washington, D. C., DC, US1192013-10-03 08:26:00G
4:303 near Wilmington, NC, US592013-10-03 12:45:00G
5:306 near Richmond, VA, US2742013-10-03 13:07:00G
4:308 near Charlotte, NC, US1352013-10-03 12:29:00G
5:308 near Charlotte, NC, US2962013-10-03 12:29:00G
5:310 near Pittsburgh, PA, US4382013-10-03 12:28:00G
5:319 near Harrisonburg, VA, US5312013-10-03 07:05:00G
4:321 near Dover, DE, US902013-10-03 13:08:00U
5:424 near Raleigh, NC, US5362013-10-03 13:30:00G
4:508 near Toledo, OH, US2362013-10-03 13:04:00G
5:508 near Toledo, OH, US2492013-10-03 13:04:00G
4:522 near Fort Wayne, IN, US3902013-10-03 10:42:00G
5:522 near Fort Wayne, IN, US4302013-10-03 10:42:00G
5:531 near Aurora, IL, US3462013-10-03 10:05:00G
5:607 near Lincoln, NE, US3442013-10-03 12:35:00U
4:901 near Anchorage, AK, US672013-10-03 12:22:00G
4:956 near Phoenix, AZ, US2262013-10-03 12:28:00U
5:956 near Phoenix, AZ, US3792013-10-03 12:28:00U
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Thu Oct 03, 2013 11:50 am

Not a camera issue.


 
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Thu Oct 03, 2013 11:53 am

And Sakurajima just went again......

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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Thu Oct 03, 2013 6:08 pm

Wow. Thanks GZ.

Interesting piece of propaganda they put out & it still looks like a disaster area. Here are the swimming pool pumps sitting in the basement with extension cords powering them. All is clearly in order.

How many screenshots did you count with a quick (before 2011 earthquake) flashed quickly at the bottom? I.e. 6:53 mark.

Email them the picture below & ask why this is still occurring. (6 months ago, its much worse now. They're flooding the site to produce fog so you can't see the build up to gamma shine anymore)
Tesla would probably get a kick out of it though....

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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Fri Oct 04, 2013 7:10 pm

Thought I would post a conglomeration of photos of Unit 4 since they're claiming it will be no big deal pulling the fuel rods. They'll end up killing a bunch of innocent workers who don't fully realize the danger of the situation. Keep in mind with a prayer that most of the men in these photos from a couple of years ago are now deceased.

Unit 4 is on your RIGHT. The design afterthought steam stack on its L is the one that's now cracked in multiple places and facing structural failure in the not so distant future. Fortunately the cracks that are widening face the destroyed building on the LEFT that went up in a hydrogen explosion.

 

UNIT 4 on the LEFT


Another shot of UNIT 4. The YELLOW circle you can clearly see is the reactor lid. The fuel was actually NOT in the reactor, it was in the storage pool which is worse.



Japanese Defence spraying the workers on a tugboat that brought a U.S. Military barge into the Harbor.

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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Fri Oct 04, 2013 7:36 pm

CONT'

This is the inside of UNIT 4. The green Hitachi crane is what would normally extract fuel rods and robotically move them to the reactor. Looks like its dooooowwwnnnn




This is a good photo because if you view the bottom left you'll see ALL THE WATER exiting the site. This is PRE Earthquake (obviously). They diverted a mountain river/stream beneath the site to build the plant. In theory this is great because it provides a readily accessible, virtually never ending supply of freshwater to use at the plant to cool the reactors. BUT, now that it is a RADIOACTIVE SWAMP the same flow of water continues on through the site while becoming irradiated.



Here's a picture of GroundZero's van. Looks like its been 'booted'. Maybe not...


 
Thought I'd toss this in for the severity of the situation. This is a photo of the dry cask storage building that 'faired quite well' comparatively speaking. Take a minute to look at all the HAZMAT stickers on casks at all angles and situations...




Here's UNIT 4 again. This gives the feel for the fact that these are enormous buildings. You can almost make out the reactor lid and fuel pool in this mess. Its up quite high.



UNIT 4 again. YELLOW REACTOR LID on the left.



Moment of pause and prayer...



Pay no attention to what is online currently being shopped around by TEPCO that UNIT 4 looks great & they're going to extract. Here's an underwater photo of 4



Draw your own conclusions as to how many rods they can pull.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Sat Oct 05, 2013 10:14 am

Japan Professor Moves Family To Australia After Finding Contradictory Levels Of Radioactivity Then What The Government Is Saying


Saturday, October 5, 2013 5:39






Linda Moulton Howe, investigative journalist (Recipient of 3 regional Emmys, a national Emmy nomination and a Station Peabody award):


 That professor who stays in touch me, he moved his wife and his children from Japan to Australia because he was taking a radiation monitor around his yard and school where his young children played, and he was finding enough above background that was contradicting what the Japanese government was saying was safe X miles away from Fukushima. […]


The professor has said to me, “This is a country in which everything always goes to politeness. No one talks to family about cancer or sickness, and the government does not want anyone to talk about the radiation from Fukushima.” […] Now we’re talking about a contradiction between what is a political policy, and what is the reality of a few people there who are trying to get data to the rest of us on the outside. [...]


Linda Moulton Howe is a great writer first of all (I have her UFO book) and she runs a great website too.  This professor is a smart guy.  That is no easy thing to do, leave your homeland, everyone you know behind like that  But he did what he had to do for the safety of his family which is what any man I should think would do.
 
 He is not a sheep.  He saw what he saw and fixed the problem, hopefully, by getting the hell out of Japan.  I would not be suprised to see many olympians boycotting the japanese olympics in 2022 or whnever it was because ofthis.  That the IOC awarded it to them in the 1st place screams bullshit whenever everyone who reads anything about Fukushima knows damn well Japan is not safe.  -Mort






Move all of Japan to the Ghost Cities of China and give China Japan......


China building mega cities but they remain empty ghost towns

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The Chinese middle class is investing so much in property the government has enforced a one apartment rule. Picture: 60 Minutes/CBS
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Sat Oct 05, 2013 11:48 am

Yes, the ghost cities would be a 'righteous' solution.  The rents are too high for occupancy
right now, so they sit empty.  But capacity fill would surely allow them to make it all
affordable.  I hope the rulers aren't too rich to be sensible.  Then again, maybe the Japanese
would rather die than 'convert'.

Caught the GZ van.  I spot the ironic twists and tongue in cheek's in the various posts too.  And all humor is received gratefully.


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PostSubject: Radiation From Japan Is Already Killing North Americans   Mon Oct 07, 2013 11:56 am

Holy Fukushima – Radiation From Japan Is Already Killing North Americans
April 12, 2013

http://jeromiewilliams.com/2013/04/12/holy-fukushima-radiation-from-japan-is-already-killing-north-americans/
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PostSubject: Every Bluefin Tuna In California Contaminated With Radiation In 2012 From Fukushima Disaster; Is It Worse This Year?   Mon Oct 07, 2013 12:00 pm



Every Bluefin Tuna In California Contaminated With Radiation In 2012 From Fukushima Disaster; Is It Worse This Year?


Every bluefin tuna caught in California waters is believed to be contaminated with radiation that originated in Fukushima, according to a new report. Are the levels of radiation for the bluefin tuna in California worse this year than last? In May of 2012, the Wall Street Journal reported on a Stanford University study by Daniel
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Oct 07, 2013 2:18 pm

Much worse this year. The ones that weren't caught last year still have the same amount of radiation that they had LAST year PLUS any amount they've accumulated since then, hence the terms 'half-life' and 'bioaccumulation'. Feel free to look the terms up but you won't read for too long before you're nose is in a Bible praying for some uplifting.

Typhoon DANAS headed for Fukushima e.t.a.the 10th/11th. In American terms its right on the line between CAT 3 & CAT 4.

Depending on jet stream position & speed that puts any excessive radiation caused by wind and rain over the top of the US right around the 16th-18th.......

Rings a bell date-wise.


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Every Bluefin Tuna In California Contaminated With Radiation In 2012 From Fukushima Disaster; Is It Worse This Year?


Every bluefin tuna caught in California waters is believed to be contaminated with radiation that originated in Fukushima, according to a new report. Are the levels of radiation for the bluefin tuna in California worse this year than last? In May of 2012, the Wall Street Journal reported on a Stanford University study by Daniel
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Oct 07, 2013 8:50 pm



What's the over/under on this in the inbound Typhoon? One of the   3 legs on the 400 foot tower next to Unit 4. Its also pretty evident the damage 2 and a half years of neutron bombardment has had on it.

http://photo.tepco.co.jp/date/2013/201310-j/131007-01j.html
 



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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Oct 07, 2013 9:55 pm

Ugh. Typhoon DANAS, and bringing a tremendous amount of rain with it.

 

The tower in the middle of the shot is the one that's about to take a dirt nap....

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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Oct 07, 2013 10:51 pm

Like many are saying elsewhere, the canary in the cole mine.

Vancouver Aquarium 'alarmed' at mass die-off of starfish on B.C. ocean floor

"They're gone. It's amazing," said Donna Gibbs, a research diver and taxonomist on the aquarium's Howe Sound Research and Conservation group.
"Whatever hit them, it was like wildfire and just wiped them out."

Same issue as many areas in HI.

http://www.vancouversun.com/travel/Vancouver+Aquarium+alarmed+mass+starfish+ocean+floor/9006150/story.html


"All Clear of Nuclear?: The use of antioxidants in combating the Biological effects of Nuclear Radiation



In his experiment, he investigated whether antioxidants can be used to combat Nuclear Radiation. Starfish




 Prototoreastor nodosus) were used as their immune systems are very similar to a human’s and contain a large portion of the human genome. "
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PostSubject: Fukushima Radiation Now A Global Disaster: Japan Finally Asks World For Help, Two Years Too Late   Tue Oct 08, 2013 10:54 am

Fukushima Radiation Now A Global Disaster: Japan Finally Asks World For Help, Two Years Too Late
By Dave Smith
on October 07 2013 4:40 PM




Waves wash above the barriers surrounding the Fukushima nuclear facility. Since the 2011 nuclear disaster, Fukushima has leaked a cumulative 20 to 40 trillion becquerels of radioactive tritium into the Pacific Ocean. Courtesy / Reuters


The March 2011 crisis at the Fukushima nuclear power plant was the world's worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl in 1986, but it took two and a half years after the fact for the Japanese government to ask the world for help.

On Sunday, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Japan is finally open to receiving global aid to contain the ever-growing disaster at Fukushima, where radioactive water leaks continue to contaminate the Pacific Ocean’s ecosystem, and thus, the entire world’s food supply.


"We are wide open to receive the most advanced knowledge from overseas to contain the problem," Abe said, in English, to open a conference on energy and the environment at an international science forum in Kyoto. “My country needs your knowledge and expertise.”


Abe has many times attempted to assuage national and international concerns. After Tokyo was named host in early September for the Summer Olympic Games in 2020, Abe repeatedly told the International Olympic Committee that the Fukushima situation “is under control.”


“It has never done and will never do any damage to Tokyo,” Abe said. “It poses no problem whatsoever. … There are no health-related problems until now, nor will there be in the future. I make the statement to you in the most emphatic and unequivocal way.”


During Sunday’s speech, however, Abe offered no assurances that Fukushima is “under control.”


A Flood Of Leaks


Even prior to Monday’s power failure at Fukushima, the Tokyo Electric Power Co., the operator of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant, just last week said more than 110 gallons of contaminated water spilled when workers overfilled a storage tank without a proper gauge. Tepco has admitted that "most" of the 110 gallons from the tank have reached the sea, but that tank is just one of about 1,000 tanks placed within Fukushima specifically to hold water used to cool the melted nuclear fuel in the plant’s broken reactors each day. And these leaks, which are extremely hazardous, are unfortunately not rare.


The contamination leaks aren’t a result of technical problems with the water tanks, but rather human error. In fact, there have been at least three major leaks in the last 30 days, with several metric tons of contaminated water seeping into the ground and running off into the ocean, and all of the accidents were results of sloppy mistakes, rather than mechanical failures.





Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks to the Tokyo Electric Power Co. TEPCO has been blamed for most incidents since the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, including several leaks within the last month, which have dumped hundreds of gallons of contaminated water into the earth and ocean.  Courtesy / Reuters


“It is extremely regrettable that contaminated water leaked because of human error,” said Katsuhiko Ikeda, the administrative head of the Nuclear Regulation Authority. “We must say on-site management is extremely poor.”


Engineers and industrial experts have blamed Tepco for its carelessness in handling the contaminated water, pointing to protective barriers that are too low, insufficient inspection records of the tanks, a lack of water gauges, and the company’s decision to lay connecting hoses directly on the grassy ground. Regulators have even criticized Tepco for lacking the basic skills to properly measure radioactivity.


"As far as Tepco people on our contaminated water and sea monitoring panels are concerned, they seem to lack even the most basic knowledge about radiation," said Kayoko Nakamura, a radiologist and commissioner of the Nuclear Regulation Authority. "I really think they should acquire adequate expertise and commitment needed for the job.”


In August, Tepco admitted that a cumulative 20 trillion to 40 trillion becquerels of radioactive tritium had “probably” leaked into the Pacific Ocean since the disaster; the legal limit of radiation in water is 30 becquerels per liter.


Calling The World


The Japanese government took charge of the Fukushima situation only in August, when Abe finally ordered an intervention.


“It is an urgent problem,” he said. “We will not leave this to Tepco, but put together a government strategy. We will direct Tepco to make sure there is a swift and multi-faceted approach in place.”


A Google Map taken in 2012 shows the impact of radiation from the Fukushima disaster on the Pacific Ocean. Many say the contamination has since spread to the U.S. Pacific coast.  Courtesy / Google


This “multi-faceted approach” may mean asking the world for help, but Japan is continuing to let Tepco remain in charge at Fukushima, and has not committed to any further training or regulation at the plant.


“There must be a systematic problem in the way things are run [at the Fukushima Dai-ichi],” Tetsuro Tsutsui, an engineer and a member of a citizens group proposing safety measures for Fukushima, told Al Jazeera.


According to Russia's ITAR-TASS news agency (via RT), the safe level of radiation is 1-13 millisieverts per year; at Fukushima, however, the level of radiation is estimated at 100 millisieverts per hour.


Japan has offered but a few solutions for the persistent radiation leaks, including protective barriers to prevent the flow of contaminated water into the ocean, which have been criticized for being much too low. Earlier this month, the Japanese government approved a plan to bury refrigeration pipes 100 feet below sea level for about a mile around the radioactive site to essentially freeze the ground to prevent water flow; the job is expected to take 18 months and cost hundreds of millions of dollars.


Japan recently began accepting project proposals from citizen groups and private companies eager to address the contaminated water issue, but the Japanese government only recently posted a notice in English, as the prior notice, in Japanese, had clearly excluded any kind of foreign participation.


Japan recently agreed to accept the help from France, which will help decommission and dismantle the crippled nuclear reactors at Fukushima.


 Russia, which originally offered to help Japan contain the Fukushima nuclear disaster (and again recently renewed its offer), is still waiting to be taken up on its offer. But while Chernobyl and Fukushima were the only two nuclear disasters to measure Level 7 on the International Nuclear Event Scale, Chernobyl only contained 180 tons of nuclear material prior to the catastrophe; comparatively, Fukushima contained 1,760 tons of nuclear material.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Tue Oct 08, 2013 6:16 pm

Now that Japanese PM Abe has won both reelection & the 2020 Olympics (for now), the truth is being revealed............

"Japan's Prime Minister says his country, and I quote, 'needs your knowledge and expertise' - which countries do you think could be most useful in this situation? "

facepalm -not part of the quote
RJ: Clearly the countries that would be the most useful are the countries with the largest and oldest groups of power-plants, so this would be the United States, Russia and also the United Kingdom or rather France. These are the countries with the largest amount of nuclear power plants in the world and the longest amount of experience, so these are countries that have both expertise and experience. However, given that nobody really knows how to solve the problems at Fukushima, there is nobody who has solutions to this. The problems of Fukushima are unprecedented, so even bringing in outside expertise all that they can do is to try to problem solve, there is no solution that other countries have that they can come in and fix the reactors or rather shut down the contamination, shut down the leaks. Even other countries coming in and bringing their expertise will hopefully bring more professionalism than TEPCO has shown in the last two and a half years, but even those experts would be at a loss at how to solve the immense problems that we'll be facing for decades in Fukushima.

RT: What about Russia’s experience in cleaning up such problems?

RJ: Russia's experience is instructive, but as many people I'm sure know the nuclear fuel at Chernobyl is still melting, and it's still needing to be contained, and there's new containment being built at Chernobyl even this long after the event. So part of the expertise that Russia has shown in dealing with Chernobyl is to evacuate a much larger area and move people further away from the contamination. This is not being done in Japan. But this won't solve the problems of the leaks and this won't solve the problems of the contamination.  "

http://rt.com/op-edge/fukushima-impossible-tokyo-olympics-2020-895/

"High plutonium-241 activity detected over 30 kilometers from Fukushima plant — Additional research suggests “long-distance transport” of plutonium" 

Sooooo, that's from one of the explosions back in 2011. Plutonium came from the MOX fuel in UNIT 3's reactor core, but to blow it 30 km shows the velocity and magnitude of the 'meltdown' for lack of an appropriate term. Actually, Improvised Nuclear Device as referenced in the manual posted in another thread is more or less what two of the reactors blew like.

On the downside, if building 4 collapses it will go up like the 'real deal'.
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PostSubject: Fukushima worker accidentally switches off the crippled nuclear plant's cooling systems in latest blunder   Tue Oct 08, 2013 8:53 pm

Fukushima worker accidentally switches off the crippled nuclear plant's cooling systems in latest blunder



  • Worker accidentally pushed button cutting power to water pumps

  • Hundreds of tonnes of water must be injected into reactors every day

  • Japan's nuclear regulator said backup system kicked in immediately
  • Over 300 tonnes of contaminated water have leaked in last three months
  • That is on top of 300 tonnes of groundwater seeping into Pacific every day

By CHRIS PLEASANCE
PUBLISHED: 03:03 EST, 8 October 2013 | UPDATED: 06:02 EST, 8 October 2013


A worker at the Fukushima nuclear plant accidentally pushed a button turning off power to the four badly damaged reactors yesterday.


Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority said that a worker carrying out inspections had turned off pumps injecting cooling water into the unstable reactors.


The plant operator, Tokyo Electric Power Co, or Tepco, pours hundreds of tonnes of water a day over the reactors to keep them cool after a devastating earthquake and tsunami in March 2011 triggered meltdowns and explosions.




A worker at the Fukushima plant accidentally turned off power to key cooling systems yesterday, but Japan's nuclear regulator sought to reassure people that a backup system had immediately kicked in

Despite the employee's blunder, officials say a backup system kicked in immediately.
It is just the latest in a string of worrying mishaps which reveal just how vulnerable the power plant still is, two years on from the disaster.
 
More...

Earlier this year, Tepco lost power to cool spent uranium fuel rods at the plant after a rat tripped an electrical wire.


And just last week the company also found that 430 litres of highly radioactive water had leaked from one of the hastily built storage tanks.





Reactors three (left) and four (right) were badly damaged in the natural disaster which caused the worst nuclear emergency since Chernobyl in 1986



The tank lacked a gauge designed to warn people when it is dangerously full, meaning workers overfilled it.


TEPCO said the water spilled out of a concrete barrier surrounding the tank and believed that most of it reached the sea via a ditch next to the river.


A further 300 tonnes of contaminated water leaked into the ocean back in August, which is on top of the 300 tonnes of groundwater which the company admitted could be seeping into the ocean per day.



Japan's government stepped up support for the embattled utility last month, pledging half a billion dollars to help contain contaminated water.







Fires burned for days at the plant following the 2011 crisis as workers struggled to cool the nuclear fuel

As well as battling to keep the reactors stable, Tepco is also in the middle of a complex decommissioning plan which could take decades to complete.
 

Yesterday's mistake has seen the company's shares drop 7.6 per cent as confidence drains away from the embattled energy provider.


The continuing disaster is the worst nuclear accident anywhere in the world since an explosion at now-infamous Russian power station Chernobyl in 1986.


Fires burned for days at the shattered plant while workers slept in contamination masks on lead floors just 300 meters from the reactors which spewed radiation into the atmosphere.


They were left to survive on emergency rations after drivers, fearing radiation poisoning, refused to take supplies to the site.


Conditions got so bad that an army of hundreds of pensions - dubbed the 'suicide corps' - volunteered to take on work to spare the 1,000 or so younger people who were drafted in.





The mistake highlights just how vulnerable the power station still is, even two years on from the disaster. Tokyo Electric Power Company are in the process of decommissioning the plant, but admit it may take decades (picture from 2011)
The dangers faced by those at the site was underlined in July this year when Masao Yoshida, the boss of Fukushima, died from cancer aged just 58.


Yoshida stayed at his post following the tsunami and lead efforts to stabilise the reactors, despite fearing several times that he and his workers would be killed and the crisis went from bad to worse.


Even now, levels of radiation around the plant are dangerously high. 



In January this year a fish caught in the ocean nearby had 2,500 times the legal limit of radiation allowed for human consumption.


A series of nets have been installed under the water to prevent the contaminated fish migrating, but scientists are still worried these fish could be eaten by larger predators, passing the radiation along.


The fish showed no signs of mutation, and so would be indistinguishable from a healthy animal.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2449412/Fukushima-worker-accidentally-turns-nuclear-plants-cooling-systems.html
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Tue Oct 08, 2013 9:14 pm

Sept. 20, 2013: Tokyo's Daily Radiation Readings NOW Equivalent to Background Radiation Levels BEFORE March 11, 2011, Underscoring the Big Lie of Fukushima Radiation Hysteria
From Ken Adachi, Editor
http://educate-yourself.org/cn/tokyoradiationreadings20sep13.shtml
September 20, 2013
The chart seen below is a daily update of the minimum, maximum and averaged radiation readings in Tokyo taken from the aggregate readings of EIGHT different radiation detection stations, overseen by the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Public Health, dispersed around Tokyo. See the graph of Tokyo prefecture below with the names of the eight monitoring stations in English. Anyone can access this chart by going to
You will notice from the chart below that the average daily reading recorded in Tokyo has been hovering around 0.035 micrograys per hour from July 25, 2013 until the last date seen on this chart, September 20, 2013. Now go to the bottom of the chart and notice the background radiation readings in Tokyo from March 1, 2011 until March 11, 2011, eleven days BEFORE the 3/11 attack on Japan, and you will see that the average background reading was hovering close to 0.035 micrograys per hour.
I will again remind readers in this update (as I did on December 3, 2012) that
Quote :
"Tokyo is 124 miles from the Daiichi Nuclear Power station in Fukushima prefecture, while Los Angeles is 5,541 miles from Tokyo. If "tons" (1) of plutonium had been spewed into the air from the Daiichi power station, as some Japan radiation hysteria promoters (E.g. Steven Jones, globalresearch.com.ca, see Footnote 1 at bottom of page) have wildly claimed, then you would have seen a HUGE and unprecedented up tick in Tokyo readings BEFORE such radiation could ever traverse the entire Pacific Ocean and show up on the west coast of America."
The background radiation readings in Tokyo have only IMPROVED -- as predicted -- since my last Tokyo radiation update on December 3, 2012, and now equal the background radiation levels recorded in Tokyo BEFORE the 3/11 attack on Japan and the nuclear bomb sabotage operations executed at the Daiichi Nuclear Power station on March 11, and 12 of 2011, a story exclusively broken and made public at this web site on March 12, 2011.
The unrelenting torrent of outright fabrications, exaggeration, and hyperbole undertaken by Fukushima radiation hysteria promoters at EneNews (http://enenews.com/), or rense.com, or on every Leftist media outlet across America to pump up the unfounded assertion that Japan and the entire world is now engulfed in the death fog of a Fukushima radiation "catastrophe" that now is claiming to exceed (no less!) the radiation contamination caused by the Chernobyl disaster is an absurdity on steroids.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Tue Oct 08, 2013 9:16 pm

"Fukushima worker accidentally switches off the crippled nuclear plant's cooling systems in latest blunder"

1 Seller (TEPCO ELECTRIC)

-0- Buyers..........& I promise you they have the nip equivalent of launch codes to cease cooling what's left of those things.



They perpetually claim that Larry-san, Curly-san, and Moe-san are responsible for the RAD SPIKES coming out of that spit hole.  Who's on first? Who's on third, I thought Who was on second?
I'm too irritated to type further.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Tue Oct 08, 2013 9:44 pm

Eh well, nothing personal.

"Adachi was fired from his position with the Star in 1981 after a plagiarism accusation, although he was soon rehired as a book reviewer and literary columnist. He remained associated with the Star until 1989, when he committed suicide after a second accusation that he had plagiarized three paragraphs from a 1982 book review in TIME."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ken_Adachi

"KEN ADACHI: WORLD CLASS....


...ASSHOLE

Preface, March, 2007:




Ken Adachi is a government stooge who lies to the public to make his living. He also publishes the outrageous lies of his fellow government flunkies.



Adachi is a shill for ex-FBI agent Ted Gunderson and he supports and endorses the whole gaggle of government minions being used by Gunderson in his COINTELPRO-style operations.



Note (below) that Ken Adachi SUPPORTS predicate felon and psycho-stalker Tim White.  "


http://barbarahartwell.blogspot.com/2007/03/ken-adachi-world-class.html


Jrcole wrote:
Sept. 20, 2013: Tokyo's Daily Radiation Readings NOW Equivalent to Background Radiation Levels BEFORE March 11, 2011, Underscoring the Big Lie of Fukushima Radiation Hysteria
From Ken Adachi, Editor
http://educate-yourself.org/cn/tokyoradiationreadings20sep13.shtml
September 20, 2013
Sept. 20, 2013: Tokyo's Daily Radiation Readings NOW Equivalent to Background Radiation Levels BEFORE March 11, 2011, Underscorinmg the Big Lie of Fukushima Radiation Hysteria (Sept. 21, 2013)
The chart seen below is a daily update of the minimum, maximum and averaged radiation readings in Tokyo taken from the aggregate readings of EIGHT different radiation detection stations, overseen by the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Public Health, dispersed around Tokyo. See the graph of Tokyo prefecture below with the names of the eight monitoring stations in English. Anyone can access this chart by going to
http://monitoring.tokyo-eiken.go.jp/monitoring/past_data.html

You will notice from the chart below that the average daily reading recorded in Tokyo has been hovering around 0.035 micrograys per hour from July 25, 2013 until the last date seen on this chart, September 20, 2013. Now go to the bottom of the chart and notice the background radiation readings in Tokyo from March 1, 2011 until March 11, 2011, eleven days BEFORE the 3/11 attack on Japan, and you will see that the average background reading was hovering close to 0.035 micrograys per hour.
I will again remind readers in this update (as I did on December 3, 2012) that
Quote :
"Tokyo is 124 miles from the Daiichi Nuclear Power station in Fukushima prefecture, while Los Angeles is 5,541 miles from Tokyo. If "tons" (1) of plutonium had been spewed into the air from the Daiichi power station, as some Japan radiation hysteria promoters (E.g. Steven Jones, globalresearch.com.ca, see Footnote 1 at bottom of page) have wildly claimed, then you would have seen a HUGE and unprecedented up tick in Tokyo readings BEFORE such radiation could ever traverse the entire Pacific Ocean and show up on the west coast of America."
The background radiation readings in Tokyo have only IMPROVED -- as predicted -- since my last Tokyo radiation update on December 3, 2012, and now equal the background radiation levels recorded in Tokyo BEFORE the 3/11 attack on Japan and the nuclear bomb sabotage operations executed at the Daiichi Nuclear Power station on March 11, and 12 of 2011, a story exclusively broken and made public at this web site on March 12, 2011.
The unrelenting torrent of outright fabrications, exaggeration, and hyperbole undertaken by Fukushima radiation hysteria promoters at EneNews (http://enenews.com/), or rense.com, or on every Leftist media outlet across America to pump up the unfounded assertion that Japan and the entire world is now engulfed in the death fog of a Fukushima radiation "catastrophe" that now is claiming to exceed (no less!) the radiation contamination caused by the Chernobyl disaster is an absurdity on steroids.

http://educate-yourself.org/cn/tokyoradiationreadings20sep13.shtml
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Wed Oct 09, 2013 9:29 am

And I forgot to add from the above that's attacking ENENews. ENENews doesn't write a single story. It links to stories, usually from major media outlets. For instance from today:

"Plant operator says 7 tonnes of radioactive water leaked"

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/10/09/japan-fukushima-tepco-idUSL4N0HZ0ZD20131009

"The fluid splashed onto the men when they accidently removed a pipe connected to the system, Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) said."

http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5iO6uHlbQu_Hhz2ewXgaEK6_d90EQ?docId=ec26d566-f54f-4410-b2a5-001beb5b7b82&hl=en

The matter of import is not what's written, its drawing the appropriate conclusions. Does anyone reading this buy the fact that workers accidently removed a water pipe that was in use carrying pressurized radioactive water?????

The place is literally falling apart. They keep blaming a bunch of Larry Curly & Moesan workers for a litany of bungling errors because it evidently makes it easier to stomach than the truth. - Use your own discernment but that's MY conclusion and has been for awhile now.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Wed Oct 09, 2013 2:08 pm

QuietObserver thanks for the info on Ken Adachi. I have never heard of him before. The news media is so full of lies there is no way to know what is true and what is not.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Wed Oct 09, 2013 5:41 pm

No worries. I wish whomever was writing using him as a pen name was/is right.


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QuietObserver thanks for the info on Ken Adachi. I have never heard of him before. The news media is so full of lies there is no way to know what is true and what is not.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Thu Oct 10, 2013 10:23 am

Tokyo, Oct. 10 (Jiji Press)--Radioactive cesium levels have surged 13 times in the bay of the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power station in northeastern Japan, Tokyo Electric Power Co. <9501> said Thursday.
Seawater sampled near a water intake of the No. 2 reactor on Wednesday contained 1,200 becquerels per liter of radioactive cesium, up from 90 becquerels the previous day, TEPCO said.
The sampling point is inside a silt fence set up to limit the movement of water in the bay.
http://jen.jiji.com/jc/i?g=eco&k=2013101000161

Typhoon Danas is well west of the site but its dumping a massive amount of rain over Japan. A good portion of the rain that falls in the mountains will drain underground and flow through the underground river/aquifer that Fukushima was built atop. (There were 6 GE BWR or boiling water reactors, I.e. they need a constant supply of freshwater to boil to create steam/pressure that drives the turbines & ultimately make power.)

The point is not to scare, but there are numerous habits that people can change to stay healthy unless you'd rather rely on the IRS and Obamacare to fix any health issues you'll develop. On another note, I've read that they check your credit when applying for the insurance. The worse your credit, the more they'll tell you to pay. Applying a bankster 'credit score' to a person's health and well being is pure evil. This is just another example that clearly illustrates how evil 'universal healthcare' really is.
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