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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Wed Aug 07, 2013 11:45 pm

I'll come back and touch this up later but now that the "lid's off" the information black-out the situation is obviously very bleak. At the moment the issue isn't that its leaking contamination into the Pacific non-stop since the beginning, the issue is becoming the structural integrity of what's left. 3 of the 6 reactor cores 'melted through', which basically means you have 4500 degree molten corium lava wandering around in the natural environment and is located only God knows where right now. All of this has created a bit of a 'swiss cheese' effect below the buildings on site. Now that everything is leaking so badly the water they're pumping onto 'what's left' gets into the basements and underground at unprecedented speed. The water table under and around the plant is rising rapidly and the area is close to becoming a radioactive swamp so to speak. Lost in all of this is the fact that the ground is getting very, very unstable. GPS measurements taken last week show one of the more 'stable' reactor buildings, ie. the core and spent fuel rods are somewhat in tact, is now slanted significantly and the foundation is severly cracked. The "floor" if you will is now roughly 167 cm lower than it was pre-disaster. That's 5 & a half feet!!! In other words, many of the buildings on site are now at risk of structural failure, i.e. collapse.

This brings me to the next & worst point. Many of us have read it here and there, but now that Tepco is being forced to allow others in & share data its obvious that Tepco/Japanese government was enriching plutonium & possibly uranium as well up to weapons grade on-site. This is apparent for a number of reasons, not the least of which being the fact that the facility was storing an absurd amount of spent fuel cores and one of the reactors that was supposedly in cold shutdown but went off like a roman candle almost immediately after the disaster began. Spent fuel cores can be reprocessed and recycled and brought up to weapons grade relatively easily with the appropriate equipment. There's technically nothing wrong or illegal with Japan doing this other than the fact that after Nagasaki & Hiroshima the citizenry wants absolutely nothing to do with Nuclear weaponry. If one had to make a guess all the sabre rattling with the Chinese and N. Koreans probably irritated them enough that someone in their military & or government gave the green light to ramp up so they can blow up. Regretably, 2.5 years later this stuff is in the basement of what's left of building 4 being kept cooled by a constant spray of water. Radioactivity destroys steel & concrete in a short period of time. Eventually that site is going to pancake if the foundation keeps it above ground long enough to do so.
This thing is in the process of releasing 12,000 times the radiation Chernobyl did. Not a typo. Conspiratorially this looks like some kind of manmade disaster from hell. I keep waiting for godzilla or mothra to appear in one of the live cam shots out of the radioactive mist and just kick what's left of the place over the cliff into the Pacific.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Thu Aug 08, 2013 3:25 pm



Nothing new but a nice description & easy to follow if you'd rather 'watch' rather than 'read'.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Sat Aug 10, 2013 11:09 am

Title: Japan beachgoers defy radioactive threat
Source: Al Jazeera’s
Author: Rob McBride
Date: Aug. 9, 2013
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At :45 in
Masayuki Ono, TEPCO’s acting nuclear power chief:
The situation where radioactive material is leaking in a way that is out of control is unforgivable.
And a very significant problem.
It’s a task we need to set as our highest priority.
See also: Tepco Press Conference: The situation at Fukushima is bleak -- "This discharge is beyond our control" (VIDEO)
http://enenews.com/tepco-its-unforgivable-that-adioactive-material-is-leaking-out-of-control-from-fukushima-plant-this-is-a-very-significant-problem-video
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Sat Aug 10, 2013 11:15 am

http://rt.com/news/fukushima-water-overrun-barrier-335/

Water samples recently taken at an underground passage below the Fukushima nuclear plant showed extreme levels of radiation comparable to those taken immediately after the March 2011 catastrophe. The tested water, which had been mixing with ground water and flowing into the ocean, contained 2.35 billion Becquerels of cesium per liter – some 16 million times above the limit.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Sat Aug 10, 2013 11:32 am

I've had the discussion with a few people lately, but the Soviets mobilized HALF A MILLION people for 7 months to 'fix' the Chernobyl meltdown. They buried it in lead pellets thrown into sandbags and dropped on the reactor. EVERY SINGLE CHOPPER PILOT died from the radiation. Ironically most of them were recalled from Afghanistan to fly sorties over the building. Several thousand miners dug tunnels under the building to prevent the reactor fuel from melting into the earth. The Japanese are letting Tepco just watch this place fall down while leaking like the Titanic.

We could see Marshal Law in America once the west coast realizes starts to really get it. You're going to see one really pi$$ed off population base. Pardon my French.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Sat Aug 10, 2013 12:50 pm

The disease destroying coral reefs on the north side of Kauai and Oahu in the Hawaiian Islands continues to increase. Dr. Thierry Work, head of USGS Infectious Diseases, has stated that this is caused by cyanobacteria and fungi. These are the constituents of the Japanese “black substance” which is highly radioactive, and is appearing in more and more areas in Japan. Marine biologist Terry Lilley, who has been investigating this crisis, is feature in the following videos. It is likely that this disease is caused, or is being furthered by, radioactive contamination of the seawater in this area.

http://optimalprediction.com/wp/pacific-moisture-movement-over-us-hawaiian-coral-reefs-dying/#comments
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Sat Aug 10, 2013 10:01 pm

I posted this long time ago, now.

Might help all to understand that those in charge will do anything to put another government in it's place when they refuse to go along with "the plan"... shut down most nuke plants and you have to import oil to make up for the power loss.... and at what $ cost, oh a very high one.. and who profited? Of course you know!

Look at the Japanese earth quake @ 5.3-5.6 and what the difference is between the sharpness of a nuke on the seismic monitors compared to an earth quake ... and the drilling rig right on the fault 2 weeks before and Benjamin Fullford talk about stolen/recovered nukes that could have been planted using drill rig to cause a tsunami.... make world think it was a quake... Oh, you don't think they would do it? They are about to take Syria and then on to Iran... and start a nuclear war... why would they not do it and topple Japan to make them compliant??? FED reserve runs them too.

Fukushima has been out of control since day 1 and there has never been any control and it cannot be fixed.. least not by us, however, a scientist has illuded to knowledge to fix radiation problems... ? Someone must know something or it is in ancient knowledge kept from we the "little people".
What do we think will happen to the US nuke plants when we go through the ISON trail in Jan? Or the Sun causing the Grid to go down...?? ... they all BLOW! And Nibiru is not here yet!
Pray the Lord comes this fall !!

http://www.jimstonefreelance.com/fukushima1.html
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Sun Aug 11, 2013 4:35 pm

Has anyone here also thought about the possibility that an act like mentioned above would accomplish more than bankrupting Japan the rest the way .. but to also raise the Background Radiation so that Tactical Nukes/Micro Nukes could be used in Syria without being noticed?

Has anyone seen info regarding measurable readings from one of these weapons? Must be somewhere...
I think that a couple may have been used already... but no talk of measurements showing for sure.

I did find the following so far but no measurements yet:
http://journals.lww.com/health-physics/toc/1968/01000
Health Physics:
January 1968
Papers: ABSTRACT Only
Tactical Radiation Dosimetry in the U.S. Army
Kronenberg, Stanley



Abstract

The army is interested in the dosimetry problems associated with tactical warfare in which small tactical nuclear weapons might be used. Therefore, in addition to an administrative dosimetry system (personnel dosimetry system), a tactical dosimeter is required. It is a high range direct reading device measuring both gamma and neutron radiation to provide a means for rapid determination of the total dose personnel have received. At the present time a quartz fiber dosimeter based on secondary electron emission in vacuum, Radiacmeter IM-185, is under development. It is hoped that this dosimeter will satisfy all of the requirements of a tactical dosimeter. The physical principles, construction, and performance of Radiacmeter IM-185 are discussed.
(C)1968Health Physics Society
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Aug 12, 2013 10:45 am

"Has anyone here also thought about the possibility that an act like mentioned above would accomplish more than bankrupting Japan the rest the way .. but to also raise the Background Radiation so that Tactical Nukes/Micro Nukes could be used in Syria without being noticed?"

They're already using DU in Syria and used it extensively in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, et. all. It'll peg any dosimeter that gets a whiff of it. I think General whatshisface had a bit of a slip when he referenced transitioning to 'kinetic strikes' in Syria.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Aug 12, 2013 11:03 am

Fujimoto-san, Fukushima Daiichi worker: We work at the most dangerous place in Japan [...] If TEPCO knew I was meeting with you, I’d be fired for sure. Speaking out is an act of suicide. [...]

"If I die here on the job, will my pay make it back to my wife,
kids and family as promised?"

Fukushima Workers: Another accident is inevitable — There’s always risk of another explosion, I fear that a lot 

http://enenews.com/fukushima-workers-another-accident-is-inevitable-theres-always-the-risk-of-another-explosion-i-fear-that-a-lot-audio
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Aug 12, 2013 11:06 am

"Prime Minister Chung Hong-won, in a recent meeting to discuss the aftermath of the Fukushima Daiichi Plant’s shutdown, warned people against spreading “strange stories” about nuclear concerns. As Tokyo’s latest acknowledgement shows, however, what’s strange is not public jitters but the government’s carelessness. "......

"Yet it was not until July 22, right after Japan’s upper-house elections, that the ill-fated plant’s operator, TEPCO, revealed the truth. And the Japanese government is belatedly moving to reflect the expense of shutting off the water spill on next year’s budget. 

It defies understanding how Japan has hid this regional, if not global, issue of environmental concern from its neighbors. "

http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/opinon/2013/08/202_140896.html
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Aug 12, 2013 2:18 pm

Monday, August 12, 2013

Latest from #Fukushima I Nuke Plant: Workers Being Sprayed with Radioactive Mist


http://ex-skf.blogspot.com/2013/08/latest-from-fukushima-i-nuke-plant.html

This one is a dire read. The fresh river water they pump in from 6 miles away (uphill) and are using in misters to keep the workers from having a heatstroke is now contaminated enough to set off the alarms monitoring radiation levels.

Corium underground = water table contamination

Significant contamination because I'd gather their radiation alarms aren't set terribly low, regardless of what they claim.
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PostSubject: FDA “paying attention to the leaks” at Fukushima — “Do not worry about radioactive fish” — Will test seafood “as needed”   Mon Aug 12, 2013 4:56 pm

We shouldn’t be concerned about the new disclosures of radioactive water leaking into the Pacific Ocean near the site of the hobbled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan.....Are you Serious!!!!!! Don't worry about radioactive fish.....Are you serious.....They will test fish as needed, now I feel better....
 
FDA “paying attention to the leaks” at Fukushima — “Do not worry about radioactive fish” — Will test seafood “as needed”
Title: Scientist, FDA: Don’t worry about radioactive fish
Source: Anchorage Daily News
Author: NATHANIEL HERZ
Date: Aug. 10, 2013
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Scientist, FDA: Don’t worry about radioactive fish
Alaska fishermen and fish consumers shouldn’t be concerned about the new disclosures of radioactive water leaking into the Pacific Ocean near the site of the hobbled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan, according to an ocean chemist and a spokeswoman for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. [...]
The FDA is paying attention to the leaks, said spokeswoman Theresa Eisenman, but hasn’t identified any concerns about Alaskan fisheries.
The agency works with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration “to test fish as needed,” she said.
See also: Senior Scientist: 100 times more strontium than cesium in water at Fukushima plant -- "Strontium gets into your bones... it changes the equation" -- Not "too" concerned U.S. fish will be affected
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Aug 12, 2013 7:30 pm

They increased acceptable levels in seafood 3000% so we should okfor another month or so.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Tue Aug 13, 2013 9:56 am

Fukushima now in state of emergency, leaking 300 tons of radioactive water into the ocean daily



Mike Adams
Natural News
August 13, 2013
Japan’s nuclear watchdog has now declared the leak of radioactive water from Fukushima a “state of emergency.” Each day, 300 tons of radioactive water seeps into the ocean, and it’s now clear that TEPCO has engage in a two-and-a-half-year cover-up of immense magnitude.
“I believe it’s been leaking into the ocean from the start of the crisis two-and-a-half years ago,” disclosed a 12-year TEPCO veteran named Suzuki-san (SOURCE)
“There are still reactor buildings we haven’t gotten into yet,” said another worker named Fujimoto-san. “So there’s always the possibility of another explosion…”
TEPCO workers sprayed with wildly radioactive water while waiting for a bus

Just how out of control is the situation at Fukushima? It’s so out of control that TEPCO recently had to admit 10 of its workers were somehow — yeah, see if you can figure this out – sprayed with highly radioactive water while waiting for a bus.

“The workers’ exposure above the neck was found to be as much as 10 becquerels per square centimeter,” reports Bloomberg.com

How exactly did highly radioactive water manage to find its way to a bus stop in the first place? TEPCO isn’t sure. It’s confusing with all those radiation alarms going off all the time. In order to concentrate, the company has found it’s easier to just disable all the alarms and pretend nothing’s wrong.


The TEPCO cover-up
To fully grasp the extent of the TEPCO denial, realize that only recently did the company finally admit that radioactive groundwater has been leaking into the ocean. This follows years of stark denials from the company, whose executes have exhibited a remarkable ability to deny reality even when their own workers are dying in droves from cancer.
It’s no exaggeration to say that TEPCO’s downplaying of the full extent of the Fukushima disaster has put tens of millions of lives at risk – people who should have been warned about radiation but were denied that information due to the TEPCO cover-up.
“At this current time in July of 2013, Fukushima is 80 to 100x more expansive and more intense — letting out about 100x more of the radiation of Chernobyl,” reports Dr. Simon Atkins Phoenix Rising Radio on a BlogTalkRadio interview.
“The problem with Fukushima is that it’s not only continuing for 865 days… I mean, let’s wrap our minds around that for a second — it has been leaking out radiation in increasing volumes for 865 days.”
Japan is a society that shuns whistleblowers
Why has TEPCO been able to cover up the truth about Fukushima for so long? Because Japan is a society of mass conformity. The idea of keeping your head down and not “rocking the boat” is deeply embedded in Japanese culture.
Japan is not a nation of “rugged individualism” but of conformist acquiescence.
As a result, whistleblowers are shunned, and there is immense peer pressure to defend the status quo… even when it’s a terrible lie. This culture of conformity at all costs is precisely what allows companies like TEPCO to continue operating extremely dangerous nuclear power plants with virtually no accountability.
While Japan has entire museums dedicated to the horrifying history of two Japanese cities being bombed by the United States at the end of World War II, when Japan’s own power company is involved in a radiological disaster of similar magnitude, the entire incident gets swept under the rug. Radiation? What radiation? If the government says there’s no radiation, then there’s no radiation! After all, it’s invisible!
Why the U.S. government plays along with the cover-up (cause it was a plan)

The U.S. government, of course, plays along with the charade because its own top weapons manufacturer — General Electric — designed and built the Fukushima Daiichi power plant in the first place. And the design decisions made by GE, such as storing spent fuel rods in large pools high above the ground, now look not just incompetent but downright idiotic. It turns out there was never any long-term plan to dispose of the spent fuel rods. The idea was to just let them build up over time until someone else inherited the problem.
So while Japan and the USA play this game of “let’s all pretend nothing happened,” citizens of both countries continue to be exposed to a relentless wave of deadly radiation that now dwarfs the total radiation release of Chernobyl (which the U.S. media played up in a huge way because the disaster made the Russians look incompetent).
The only reason TEPCO is finally getting around to admitting the truth in all this is because you can’t rig all the Geiger counters forever. Radiation follows the laws of physics and atomic decay, not the whims of lying politicians and bureaucrats. As a result, the real story eventually comes out as we’re starting to see right now.
The Fukushima disaster is likely to get far worse, if you can believe that
The upshot is that the Fukushima disaster is not only far worse than you’ve been told; it’s very likely going to be worse than you could ever imagine. The radiation leak isn’t plugged, in other words, and another explosion — which many experts believe might be imminent — would release thousands of times more nuclear material into the open environment.
Ultimately, the entire Northern hemisphere has been placed at risk by a bunch of corporate bureaucrats who thought building a nuclear facility in the path of a sure-to-happen tidal wave was a fantastic idea. Instead of acknowledging the problem and working to fix it like a responsible person would, our world’s top politicians and ass-coverers have decided it is in their best short-term interests to play along with the TEPCO fairy tale which ridiculously pretends that radioactive leaks can be controlled by wishful thinking.
Remember: Governments can lie about the national debt, health care costs, inflation and unemployment, but they cannot lie about radiation for very long. Sooner or later the physics of it all simply cannot be denied.
Sources for this story include:
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-08-12/fukushima-workers-exposed-to…
http://birthofanewearth.blogspot.se/2013/07/americans-are-in-grave-da…
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-08-12/fukushima-plant-workers-raise-s…
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/phoenix3333/2013/07/24/phoenix-rising-ra…
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PostSubject: Dangerous Operation at Fukushima’s Reactor No. 4 Could Ignite “Atomic Chain Reaction”   Thu Aug 15, 2013 8:08 am

Dangerous Operation at Fukushima’s Reactor No. 4 Could Ignite “Atomic Chain Reaction”
BY LYN LEAHZ on AUGUST 14, 2013 • ( 2 )


Members of the media wearing protective suits and masks at Fukushima’s No.4 reactor, March 6, 2013 (AFP Photo/Issei Kato)

common dreams & World Chaos- Attempt to remove fuel rods from crippled building could cause “unprecedented” disaster. Threatening to trigger a new—and possibly more devastating—nuclear disaster than the original or ongoing one at the Fukishima plant in Japan, a risky plan to remove fuel rods from a damaged reactor building could unleash an “unprecedented” level of radiation, according to experts, if things go wrong.



According to reporting by Reuters, the radioactive material within the fuel rods slated for removal are equivalent to 14,000 times the amount released in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and the plan to move them “has never been attempted before on this scale.”

The 400 tons of highly irradiated spent fuel and other nuclear materials will be taken from the crippled building and moved to a safer location, but the manner of the operation should be put in serious doubt, say the experts.

“They are going to have difficulty in removing a significant number of the rods,” said Arnie Gundersen, a veteran U.S. nuclear engineer and director of Fairewinds Energy Education. The fuel rods are being stored in a cooling pool, but if a reaction begins, Gundersen expressed serious concern to Reuters about the company’s ability to respond.

“To jump to the conclusion that it is going to work just fine,” said Gundersen, “is quite a leap of logic.”

“There is a risk of an inadvertent criticality if the bundles are distorted and get too close to each other,” Gundersen continued.

“The problem with a fuel pool criticality is that you can’t stop it. There are no control rods to control it,” he said. “The spent fuel pool cooling system is designed only to remove decay heat, not heat from an ongoing nuclear reaction.”

Reuters also quoted from a recent independent report which stated, a “full release from the Unit-4 spent fuel pool, without any containment or control, could cause by far the most serious radiological disaster to date.”

The site’s operator Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) has been mired in crisis ever since an earthquake and tsunami severely damaged the plant 2011. Most recently it was discovered that as much as 300 tons of “highly radioactive water” has been pouring into the Pacific Ocean on a daily basis from the plant, with no promising remedy offered by either the plant’s owner TEPCO or the Japanese government.
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PostSubject: Tsunami Debris Field Location   Thu Aug 15, 2013 11:59 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Fri Aug 16, 2013 11:08 am

Thanks Spring good article. I went on a business trip this week & went I arrived home last night someone had managed to not only get into my wireless router but actually renamed the dumb thing. I thought it had just gone back to factory defaults for whatever reason but my cable provider informed me otherwise. Anyway I digress.

A friend of mine told me we've been running a sub under & around the 'debris field' and the radioactive readings vary from notso bad (considering) to off the charts. I believe, but I'm not certain, that we've also been trying to make some of the debris less 'sea worthy' and get to the ocean floor before it washes up in Malibu.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Sun Aug 18, 2013 8:05 am

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PostSubject: Fukushima Mystery?   Mon Aug 19, 2013 11:34 am

Fukushima Mystery? TV: Japan expert says radiation levels in ocean too high to be explained by groundwater flow alone — Must be coming from “other contamination routes” entering Pacific — “Devastating impact” to come? (VIDEO)

Title: Nuclear Watch: Contaminated Water Leaks at Fukushima Daiichi
Source: NHK Newsline
Date: Aug 19, 2013
h/t MOXy
At 2:45 in

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Yoichiro Tateiwa, NHK reporter: [Professor Jota] Kanda argues government statistics don’t add up. He says a daily leakage of 300 tons doesn’t explain the current levels of radiation in the water.

Jota Kanda, Tokyo University professor: According to my research there are now 3 gigabecquerels [3 billion becquerels] of cesium-137 flowing into the port at Fukushima Daiichi every day. But for the 300 tons of groundwater to contain this much cesium-137, one liter of groundwater has to contain 10,000 becquerels of
the radioactive isotope.



NHK: Kanda’s research and monitoring by Tepco puts the amount of cesium-137 in the groundwater around the plant at several hundred becquerels per liter at most. He’s concluded that radioactive isotope is finding another way to get into the ocean. He’s calling on the government and Tepco to identify contamination routes other than groundwater.

Kanda: If we focus on groundwater too much without contemplating other causes, the situation won’t be resolved. There must be routes other than groundwater that are contaminating the ocean. So what we have to do now is consider all possibilities as we figure out a solution to the problem.

NHK: Professor Kanda says the volume of radioactive particles discharged into the ocean is much smaller than the volume released immediately after the accident. But, he says there may be other sources of contaminated water stored up inside the plant’s infrastructure. He says that water is highly contaminated, and if it gets into the ocean it will again have a devastating impact.

See also: Japan Expert: Contamination from Fukushima flowing beneath seafloor? "Could spring up outside the port"
National Geographic reported on August 7, 2013 that Professor Kanda calculated 10 billion becquerels a day of cesium-137 was flowing into the Pacific from Fukushima Daiichi, not 3 billion becquerels a day as he says in NHK’s broadcast:

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In a 2012 study, Jota Kanda, an oceanographer at Toyko University of Marine Science and Technology, calculated that the plant is leaking 0.3 terabecquerels [300 billion Bq/month = 10 billion Bq/day] of cesium-137 per month and a similar amount of cesium-134.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:44 pm

If anyone's interested its the Corium in the natural environment. I'll post a picture if I can find it. Its from right after the meltdown. Tons of corium flowing across the floor. It eats through concrete pretty quickly so tons of melted down reactor fuel is just going wherever it wants to. There are mountains to the west of Fuku so I'm guessing it headed downhill, i.e. the ocean someplace. The hundreds if not thousands of earthquakes after the event were actually subterranean corium explosions. All of our governments know this but won't tell anyone. The corium quakes have a very distinct signature that looks identical to an underground nuclear test, or an intentional explosion. I personally think the reason they kept the lid on the situation for so long was because they were hoping it would just flow deep into the Earth and cause a million earthquakes and 'go away'. The problem is the groundwater and the ocean water is now cooling it so instead of going BOOM its cool enough to just sit around and radiate like something out of sci-fi movie.

If you don't believe me go buy yourself a fresh can of tuna and a cheap dosimeter and listen to it howl at Uncle Charlie.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:50 pm

I would tear up because of the effects this is having but I cried it out a couple of years ago over this one.

"We have three 100-ton melted fuel blobs underground, but where exactly they are located, no one knows. Whatever 'barriers' TEPCO has put in place so far have failed. Efforts to decontaminate radioactive water have failed. Robots have failed. Camera equipment and temperature gauges...failed. Decontamination of surrounding cities has failed. "

'If and when the corium reaches the Tokyo aquifer, serious and expedient discussions will have to take place about evacuating 40 million people'

 http://rt.com/news/fukushima-apocalypse-fuel-removal-598/
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:57 pm

Unprecedented: Sockeye salmon at dire historic low on Canada’s Pacific coast — “We think something happened in the ocean” — “The elders have never seen anything like this at all” — Alaska and Russia also affected


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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:59 pm

Aug 13, 2013 (Emphasis Added): Independent fisheries scientist Alexandra Morton is raising concerns about a disease she says is spreading through Pacific herring causing fish to hemorrhage. [...] “Two days ago I did a beach seine on Malcolm Island [near Port McNeill on northern Vancouver Island] and I got approximately 100 of these little herring and they were not only bleeding from their fins, but their bellies, their chins, their eyeballs. [...] “It was 100 per cent … I couldn’t find any that weren’t bleeding to some degree. And they were schooling with young sockeye [salmon]

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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Aug 19, 2013 1:39 pm

[Professor Jota] Kanda argues government statistics don’t add up. He says a daily leakage of 300 tons doesn’t explain the current levels of radiation in the water.
Jota Kanda, Tokyo University professor: According to my research there are now 3 gigabecquerels [3 billion becquerels] of cesium-137 flowing into the port at Fukushima Daiichi every day. But for the 300 tons of groundwater to contain this much cesium-137, one liter of groundwater has to contain 10,000 becquerels of the radioactive isotope

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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Aug 19, 2013 2:46 pm

This is as painful to watch as having one's skin slowly pulled from one's body.  It is beyond horrible: a slow-motion train wreck of millennial proportions.

For the first time I have felt relief at the thought of the Chinese building those ghost cities.  Perhaps the Japanese can relocate there - it will be terrible for  them, though, but it is inevitable that they will have to leave Japan or die.

All of Asia will suffer tremendously for this.  We all will.  And yet they still want to build more of these damned reactors in Georgia.

God help us all.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Aug 19, 2013 6:11 pm

They actually have contacted Russia about the moving of people and businesses.
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PostSubject: Radiation levels in Fukushima bay highest since measurements began   Mon Aug 19, 2013 6:15 pm

Radiation levels in Fukushima bay highest since measurements began - reports
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Readings of tritium in seawater taken from the bay near the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant has shown 4700 becquerels per liter, a TEPCO report stated, according to Nikkei newspaper. It marks the highest tritium level in the measurement history.
Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) has detected the highest radiation level in seawater collected in the harbor of the crippled nuclear plant in the past 15 days, Nikkei reports
TEPCO said the highest radiation level was detected near reactor 1. Previous measurements showed tritium levels at 3800 becquerels per liter near reactor 1, and 2600 becquerels per liter near reactor 2. The concentration of tritium in the harbor’s seawater has been continuously rising since May, according to Nikkei. 
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Tritium is a radioactive isotope of hydrogen which is produced by nuclear reactors. It is potentially dangerous if inhaled or ingested. The legal limits for Tritium in terms of becquerels per liter vary from country to country. The World Health Organization has a limit of 10,000 Bq/l, but the European Union’s limit is much lower, at 100 Bq/l.
Also on Monday, a leak of highly contaminated water was discovered from a drain valve of a tank dike located on the premises of the nuclear plant, according to Fukushima’s operator responsible for the clean-up.
The level of radiation at the site was estimated at 100 millisieverts per hour, while the safe level of radiation is 1-13 millisieverts per year, according to ITAR-TASS news agency.  The plant’s operator is currently investigating reasons for the leak, TEPCO said in a statement.
Earlier, Tepco admitted that an estimated 20 to 40 trillion becquerel’s of tritium may have flowed into the Pacific Ocean since the nuclear disaster.
Three of the plant’s reactors suffered a nuclear meltdown in March 2011 after a massive earthquake struck the area, triggering a tsunami. The plant has been accumulating radioactive water ever since, as groundwater passing through the premises becomes contaminated.

Protective barriers installed to prevent the flow of toxic water into the ocean have failed to do so. The level of contaminated water has already risen to 60cm above the barriers, which has been a major cause of the daily leak of toxic substances, TEPCO admitted.

Japan’s Ministry of Industry recently estimated that around  300 tons of contaminated groundwater has been seeping into the Pacific Ocean on a daily basis. TEPCO has promised to reinforce protective shields to keep radioactive leaks at ba

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PostSubject: Jim Stone : Fukushima stuff still    Mon Aug 19, 2013 6:21 pm


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Thanks to Bill Gate's cooperation with the re-development of the Debian linux core.
Anyway, I need to reformat and re-install after what that whack job of a billionaire, mister sterilize third world women with vaccine campaigns and deliver autism on demand to the children via vaccines, did to the Linux core for the Rothchild/Rockefeller dynasty.

So rather than do a difficult article today, I would like to pop another big Fuku question -
I would like an answer to HOW ON EARTH all 3 reactor sites were showing on their control room readouts that though the outer containments were obviously breached, the inner containments were holding pressure, All the while they were so fractured and blown to smithereens that they won't hold water, thus flushing tons of radioactive material into the Pacific via the ground water?
The inner containments were built stronger than and as water tight as any dam, and initially the plan was to just fill the concrete inner containments (which were showing themselves as being intact in the control rooms) with water - fill them up with water, and pump it back out to cooling systems that could keep recirculating the same water so there was never any environmental contamination beyond what had already happened.
But that did not work, because though the containments were showing as FULLY INTACT IN ALL 3 CONTROL ROOMS, as soon as they started pumping water into them, to bury the melted down reactors under water to keep them cool, ALL THE WATER LEAKED RIGHT OUT, THEY WERE LEAKING LIKE SIEVES.
SO LET ME POP THE BIG QUESTION, - How do you get positive pressure readings from the inner containments, when they are so shattered water will not stay in them AT ALL? ANSWER: STUXNET, compliments of Magna BSP, phony security front company for the entirely offensive Israeli "defence" forces. Faking control room readouts like that is precisely what Stuxnet is designed to do.
It is time to give the wake up call - if people you know don't "get it" with regard to Stuxnet and Fuku, you need to get the baseball bat and whack a little common sense into them.
Ignorance of a complex nuclear topic can only carry the credibility of an intelligent lack of knowledge a certain distance, if people can't see something wrong with having control room readouts consistently lead to errors because the readouts are always dead wrong and showing normal conditions, exactly what Stuxnet is so well documented to be designed to do - if people are too dense to see how odd it was to have FOUR reactors go kablooey when one of them did not even have a core, well, it's building 7 time, where something perfectly obvious has to be used as a weapon against ignorance.
Ahh yes - "prompt criticality" in a fuel pool killed each reactor site, all the while camera footage shows reactor 4's fuel pool to be the only part of reactor 4's containment to remain intact while the rest is blown to smithereens. How stupid does Arnie think we all are anyway? His "prompt criticality" theory holds about as much water as reactor 3's stuxnet endorsed "perfectly intact" inner containment that's providing a nuclear side show for the dolphins.

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They kept wiping airtime off the modem to keep me from getting here to post. Additionally, the mail is completely censored. Proof? The forum got hacked badly while I was knocked offline due to attacks on the modem,(the usual airtime deletes), people freaked out on the forum in the two days I was gone, and not a single mail regarding the topic landed in any mailbox. My mail is beyond censored, it's fully wiped.
Now the hard drive is making funky noises it never made before, most likely because it is writing to a new partition on the outer edge of the disk, while running from the center of the disk, thus making huge head seeks very audible as the head moves the maximum distance to write whatever I do to their file.
When restoring the over 9,000 deleted comments, only 4,000 showed up. All the comments they are hiding in the holoweb were visible when deleted and awaiting restoration, and they never showed up when restored. The holonet is very real - people can post comments to forums, when they check their comment appears to be there, and no one else can see it. From the ratio I saw when restoring the comments, over half of the forum is whacked and invisible to everyone. You can bet that the good comments, the most damaging ones, remain hidden from everyone other than the exact people who post them.

It is obvious the key report that really scares "them" is the Fukushima report, because it was this topic that triggered the attack on the forum, modem, and absolutely complete mail deletion. I need to make something perfectly clear - it is not my outgoing mails getting deleted, as would be expected from a legitimate slander filter - ALL MAILS, including INBOUND mails are getting wiped before they arrive. And there is absolutely nothing I can do to stop this because mails have a destination which can be placed in a filter on the DNS server, and there is no chance in hell of one getting to you if it is never allowed to arrive to begin with, encrypted or not. The problem is not them reading my mail, the problem is that it is never making it across the web to begin with.

And so today's topic will be:
Reactor 3's guts thrown everywhere
All the while the control room readouts said the inner containment was in perfect shape and had pressure, which is impossible if a nuclear reactor was blown through the walls of that containment absent the Stuxnet virus telling the control room a load of B.S., which is exactly what that virus was designed to do
I am also going to discuss how they got the area to be survivable, how it was all remote control and robots until they did. One topic never discussed by Illustrious Arnie Gundersen was the boron glue they sprayed all over the facility because it would stick to the radioactive walls and fuel laying out in the open, and block the radiation and stop the chain reactions occurring outside the reactor, in the open, on the ground. How were there chain reactions going on in the men's bathroom on the other side of the alley if reactor guts were not blown to kingdom come? Explain THAT with a "hydrogen explosion" theory.
Boron stops radiation as good as or better than lead, and when the boron is formulated to be a chemical salt it can be dissolved in water and sprayed as a glue that will stick to everything and block the radiation. People died out there at first, remember the Fukushima 50? The initial people who volunteered to go out to Fukushima and die to save Japan? WHERE ARE THEY IN THE SCAMMING ZIOPRESS NOW? THE BORON GLUE IS HOW THEY SAVED JAPAN AND GOT FUKUSHIMA TO BE AT LEAST MARGINABLY MANAGEABLE and this will be today's topic.

If you want a head start on ALL OF THIS, read the Fukushima report It's all in there, has always been in there, but the report was too much for most people to get through. It remains FLAWLESS to this day, I kicked their behinds with that one.
And don't forget, this is going to be a long haul, integrated with 9/11, and yes, Fukushima has it's own building 7, which is reactor 4 that exploded even without a core, compliments to the Israeli nuclear weapons planted at reactors 3 and 4. They needed a nuke for reactor 4 because it had no core, and one for reactor 3 because the safety systems were so complete that even a virus could not destroy reactor 3, even willful intent could not blow it up so they had to nuke it.
This will be a long and bloody tooth pulling, and it is being done in response to the endless attacks on the forum and censorship of the mail, and also because that new supercomputer in Utah is killing ALL the forums and comment sections on the web, NOT ONLY MY OWN and I have a TON of data and a LOT to be clarified about Fukushima safely out of reach on back up hard drives in three different countries. It's an endless information pool and if it all becomes public knowledge on a massive scale, ISRAEL IS FINISHED. Once they are, all the NSA spying, tainted vaccines, GMO's, man made plagues and 60,000 other atrocities will stop, it is THOSE BASTARDS DOING IT, and Fukushima alone can call them to account on ALL OF IT.
No matter what they censor, I can screw them over BIG TIME. They already did the big dirty deed and there is no going back for them. Stay tuned, it's going to get ugly.
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And the forum is easy to hack. It all started with him sending me messages through the forum which had code that commanded the forum to do things it should never do. He then went on to prove that the database is wide open to hacks, and this is probably how the forum is being destroyed. He figured out how to hack the computers of anyone logged in, the whole 9 yards. I will try to plug the holes, but will probably instead opt for a different forum operating system. Good work Dazatar.

A little different Fuku topic today
I cannot find the super high res photos of reactors 1 and 2, I found good ones, but not the ones I remember. So until I find them (they are on backup somewhere) instead of proving the carbon was blown out of the reactor cores, I am going to today document and prove that the scenarios at reactors 1,2,and 3 were flatly impossible absent Israel remote administering Fukushima via the Stuxnet virus, and playing games with the control room readouts to baffle the Fuku engineers long enough to get away with destroying Fukushima entirely. Tomorrow's topic will likely be the cleanup of the fuel pellets expelled from reactor 3, and proof it threw it's fuel everywhere, thus vaporizing the hydrogen blast lie the rest of the way. Then it will be on to other things Fuku related, but today, take a look at this:
This diagram shows the placement of the safety release valves at each of the reactor sites. Though only one valve is shown in this diagram, they are in fact redundant. This is the valve that is shown right where the pipe comes out of the side of the reactor, near the top. Reactors 1 and 2 had 11 of these valves each, according to the reactor engineer I interviewed, and reactor 3 had a ridiculously high safety margin with 17 of these valves installed.

The reactors were designed to run at 1150 PSI, and the valves release at 1160 PSI unless they get a command from the controller to stay shut, and if told to stay shut they never open. Since these valves function automatically unless they are told not to, I'd like to ask how 39 of them simultaneously failed at Fukushima.
The valve in the diagram is the first one out of the top of the reactor and is labeled "safety relief valve". These are redundant, there is more than one

In addition to these valves failing to open, which would have vented all the pressure from the reactors out the large smokestacks you see in all the Fukushima pictures in a spectacular fashion unlike anything ever seen in industry before, (27 gigawatts of energy coming out of two pipes with the reactors over 3,000 PSI if they had opened at that pressure, which would have been more than obvious in the Fuku videos) the facility operators were continuously fed control room readouts which indicated the reactor pressures were below the level that would cause the valves to automatically open.

Here is the smoking gun
The engineers knew the pumps were not running, and that no steam was being diverted from the reactors through the passive backup systems. Despite this, the pressure readings remained normal. But they knew the reactors needed water despite what the control room said, and sent people to inject water into the reactors via a special pipe that allowed external pumps to be hooked up from outside the containment structures, so like the generators that arrived on time but were refused by the virus to connect, auxiliary pumps also arrived on time to force water into the reactors even with everything in the facility disabled by the virus.
With the pressure readings in the control room being normal, the people sent to pump water into the reactors soon discovered they could not, because contrary to what the control room was saying, the pressures in the reactors were above the 3,000 psi the external pumps could deliver. This proves sabotage all by itself, because if the mechanical safety release valves were supposed to let go at 1160 PSI and did not, all the while the control room was receiving normal pressure readings, something was seriously amiss.
Upon receiving word that the pressures in the reactors were approximately 3 times the normal operating pressure of 1150 PSI, the engineers gave the command to force all 39 safety release valves to open manually, rather than automatically, and at all 3 reactor sites this command was ignored by the virus infected controllers, which did the opposite and kept them shut. So with both automatic and manual release enabled, NONE of the 39 safety valves opened, and reactors 1 and 2 exploded. This was clearly outlined in the International Nuclear Regulatory Commission report (which to this day claims that hydrogen gas caused the explosions) but I am going to shred even that now -

SINCE THE ONLY WAY HYDROGEN COULD ENTER THE CONTAINMENT WOULD BE VIA A BROKEN PIPE HOOKED UP AFTER ONE OF THESE SAFETY VALVES, WHICH WERE THE FIRST THING OUT OF THE REACTOR, AND THESE SAFETY VALVES NEVER OPENED, THERE IS NO WAY IN HELL ANY HYDROGEN EVER GOT INTO ANY OF THE CONTAINMENT STRUCTURES AT ALL. It was physically impossible, hydrogen could only have been an issue if the safety valves had functioned, which they did not. AND ON TOP OF THAT, EVEN IF all the piping coming out of the reactors was broken, WHICH IT WAS NOT, nothing would have leaked into the containments to cause an explosion anyway because the valves were all forced shut. If there was any break in any pipe it would have dropped the reactor pressures to ZERO with none of the pumps running as the official story states, thus allowing easy injection of water from the external pumps that were never part of normal operation but available and working perfectly. The high pressures alone proved Fukushima got through the earthquake unscathed because it took perfectly intact systems to hold back such high pressures.
The fact that they could not get water into the reactors because the pressures were too high, all the while NO steam came out of those smoke stacks proves that ALL the reactors remained perfectly sealed until they exploded, and the only thing that could cause an explosion with the reactors sealed off, thus not allowing any hydrogen out, would be a reactor pressure vessel breach at pressures over 3,000 PSI, and THAT would be enough to do the damage we witnessed at reactors 1 and 2.
So, to sum it up - The only way Hydrogen could have gotten out of any of the reactors is if one or more of the safety valves let it out, and if any one of those valves had opened enough to let it out there would not have been the extreme pressures inside the reactors, which prevented external water injection. This nails Israel's butt to the wall, the disaster at reactors 1 and 2 was STUXNET ALL THE WAY.
Stuxnet is the only way all the control rooms would have given normal readouts while everything went kablooey. Such normal readouts that the engineers sent people to put water in the reactors with external pumps, only to discover that the pumps could not overcome the 3,000 plus PSI in the reactors when in no case it should have ever exceeded 1160 PSI. Stuxnet is the only way 39 separate hair trigger safety release valves which were designed to go off with only a fraction of a single percent over pressure could have failed while in fully mechanical automatic mode, and then totally failed (all 39 of them) in forced release mode as well. Reactor pressure vessel breaches are the only way the containment structures could have been destroyed with all the safety valves shut, therefore blocking any way for the hydrogen to enter the containment structures. You cannot have a hydrogen release from inside the reactors, while having reactor pressures be through the roof because all the valves are jammed shut, the two situations cannot coexist
Catch 22, CHECK MATE.
You can forget talking about how hydrogen could never have destroyed the containments, when the real issue is the fact that with the safety release valves held shut by a virus, there is no way any hydrogen got out of the reactors anyway. The hydrogen explosion story is beyond laughable in more ways than one.
You can thank Arnie Gundersen and the lying ziopress for the silence on this issue, it's no wonder why the press avoided interviewing real reactor engineers with regard to this topic, having only their little Arnie as the "expert". Why only Arnie? Is he the only one? Other than my interview of one of the engineers who designed unit 3, the press interviewed absolutely NO ONE ELSE. See anything fishy with that?
Of course. But with Fukushima and the entire earthquake and tsunami being an act of war, and that war being waged by Israel, the first casualty is the truth and there is no way on earth the ziopress would ever let the big secret go. That would be like trying to get CNN to tell the truth about building 7 on 9/11.

Censorship has destroyed the original references, but I found a few new ones that prove what is above.
Since the safety release valves automatically let go at 1160 PSI, a fraction of a percent over operating pressure, WHY ON EARTH were they remaining shut at 1.5X operating pressure on March 12, when this nuclear engineer talked about what was going on out there? He points out that the safety release valve story was very strange:
Surviving evidence 1
Another piece of surviving evidence, though totally messed up now And I'd like to ask, why can't this be found easily anymore?
Here is a good one talking about the high pressure levels in the reactors, pressures NOT POSSIBLE if the safety systems were not disabled. high pressures in the reactors
Since practically everything regarding not being able to get water into the reactors due to ultra high presssures prior to the explosions has been censored, tomorrow's gem is going to be proof of reactor 3's core ejection, thus making the initial cleanup possible only with remote control and robots, all of which was documented but is totally expunged from the web except for one reference now. And what happened to the Fukushima 50? People died of radiation poisoning out there, WHERE ARE THEIR STORIES? I will post the remote control and robots link now, in case they kill it overnight. Read it while you still can, WHERE WAS THIS IN THE ZIOPRESS??!!??
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I said from the beginning that I had a lot more info on Fukushima that I never released in the initial report, because that report was too long as it was. I am releasing that info and clarifying the Fukushima report NOW.
The "hydrogen explosions" at Fukushima were not possible.
A few scientific points that prove it
People have the misconception that hydrogen can explode all by itself, when in fact it needs oxygen to combust at all. And during the time period when the blasts occurred out at Fukushima, the containment structures were all completely purged of oxygen and had nothing but nitrogen in the reactor containments. It is not a requirement to be able to purge a nuclear containment structure of all oxygen leaving only nitrogen and therefore no explosion potential from any fuel that needs oxygen to combust, but at Fukushima that is exactly how the Japanese set it up.

Many people are under the misconception that hydrogen and oxygen were produced inside the reactors at the same time
That is not how the reaction works. The entire proposed reason for hydrogen to have been present is the assumption that the reactors did not have enough water in them, which allowed the reactor cores to exceed 2000 degrees celsius. If that happens, the zircon cladding which covers the nuclear fuel in each pellet will rob the oxygen out of the water molecules in the saturated steam inside the reactor, and release only the hydrogen. So there is no oxygen buildup at the same time because it all gets captured by the zircon, and therefore no explosion potential due to free hydrogen because there is no oxygen released for the hydrogen to react with.
In addition to this, hard vent stacks were present at Fukushima which were specifically designed to vent any hydrogen produced. When you add the vent stacks to the equation, it introduces yet another layer of impossibility to the hydrogen explosion hoax.
1. There is never any oxygen produced inside ANY reactor of the type out at Fukushima even during the worst case scenario.
2. Hard vent stacks were in place to vent all hydrogen outside and release it 500 feet up in the air.
3. All the reactor containments had been nitrogen purged, thus eliminating entirely ANY hydrogen explosion possibility, even if it was being released in copious amounts directly into the reactor containments.
4. The reactor containments had solid concrete walls up to 12 feet thick in some places, which absolutely NO hydrogen explosion even at it's worst theoretical maximum could possibly do anything to AT ALL, yet they were mostly atomized to the finest dust at reactor 3, and whatever large pieces were left were blown to smithereens. To say a little loose gas could do that is the Hollywood equivalent of the Rambo arrow, where an ounce or two of explosive material can wipe out an entire enemy force.
Chemical reactions have their limits, and for anyone to have dreamed up hydrogen destroying ultra robust reactor structures is a foray into burn the witch ignorance. There is no doubt a Hollywood crew worked on this particular false flag, where events happened that were leaps of logic even Hollywood would seldom aspire to.
In reality, reactors 1 and 2 suffered pressure vessel breaches at 3000 PSI after being pushed to full thermal output with all the safety release valves closed by the Stuxnet virus, (a fact easily proven but I ignored because the Fuku report was getting too long anyway) and reactors 3 and 4 were destroyed by nuclear weapons because reactor 4 could not be destroyed with a virus while it was mothballed, and reactor 3 had too many additional safety systems in place to make it easy to kill, even with a virus. The pressure vessel breaches, and proof of virus sabotage will be tomorrow's topic. And there is absolute proof of pressure vessel breaches at ultra high pressure in droves at reactors 1 and 2, and that only a virus could have caused it, but I never discussed that because the real issue was reactors 3 and 4.
This is a portion of the additional information I said I had about Fukushima right from the beginning but did not discuss because the report was already too long for mass public consumption. Since my mailboxes are totally censored of all decent news tips, and the NSA has chosen to destroy the forums and comment sections everywhere on the web with that new supercomputer at that "data center" in Utah, the only thing remaining to convey truth is hard set web sites such as this one, where a comment cannot vanish into nowhere, and what else is there to talk about when damn near everything else is censored anyway?
And if multiple gigabytes of bandwidth are going to continue to be deleted from the cell modems, which I can't afford to repeatedly recharge, which prevents me from getting out onto the web anyway, I will work with the information I already have and clarify a few points regarding Fukushima and steal a few minutes here and there from open wifi connections to upload it. I don't need airtime AT ALL.

Tomorrow's topic: Carbon expulsion from the reactor cores at units 1 and 2. Proof of ultra high PSI pressure vessel breaches, which with the safety systems installed at those two reactors, would never have been possible absent willful destruction no matter what the scenario. Huge pressure vessel breaches where the pressure vessels contain saturated steam at 3000+ PSI absolutely WILL blow through huge thick concrete walls, to the extent we saw at reactors 1 and 2.

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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Mon Aug 19, 2013 8:23 pm

The Kuril islands. Last year it made a few headlines, now its hush hush. Supposedly China as well. But when it goes down the yen and the nikkei will say sayonara....oh and the dollar


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PostSubject: TEPCO admits leakage of 300 tons of water with monstrous radiation level   Tue Aug 20, 2013 8:39 am

Are we going there........“And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter”
—Rev 8:11


TEPCO admits leakage of 300 tons of water with monstrous radiation level


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Another tank with highly radioactive water at the devastated Fukushima nuclear power plant has leaked, reported operator TEPCO. The contaminated water contains an unprecedented 80 million Becquerels of radiation per liter. The norm is a mere 150 Bq.

A spokesman for the Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) said on Tuesday that 300 tons of highly radioactive water has leaked from a stainless steel tank on the territory of the Fukushima nuclear power plant.

Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority has classified the leak as a Level One incident, the second lowest on the International Nuclear Event Scale (INES) for radiological releases, a spokesman informed Reuters.

The incident is the first Level One since the actual catastrophe at Fukushima in March 2011 when Japanese authorities issued an INES rating.

Level One means that the incident is classified as anomalous situation that exceeds limits of safe functioning of an installation. The most dangerous, Level Seven, has only been applied twice: for the Chernobyl catastrophe in 1986 and the meltdown of three reactors at Fukushima plant itself.

Release of radioactive energy is measured in Becquerels, i.e. radioactive decay collision events per second happening in a certain volume of material. The internationally accepted normal radioactivity level is 150 Becquerels.

According to TEPCO’s own measurements the puddle that formed around the damaged tank is emitting radiation of 100 Millisieverts per hour, as a probe has been taken about half a meter from the water, reported Kyodo News.

A dose rate measured in Sieverts indicates how much radiation a person would receive standing near the source of radiation.

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A typical release of radiation is generally taken for 1 Millisievert per year, but exposure limits for the nuclear industry personnel are much higher. Still, an hour near that puddle of radioactive water is equivalent to five years of total radiation exposure – even for TEPCO staff deployed at the Fukushima site.

TEPCO has to keep the melted uranium fuel rods of three destroyed reactors awash with water using a jerry-rigged system only to keep the melted debris cool and relatively stable. To establish a closed cycle of the process, the operator stores huge amounts of radioactive water at Fukushima nuclear facility.

It is believed that overall there are more than 350,000 tons of radioactive water stored at the Fukushima plant in special tanks and the drainage system, and without special protection in the basements of the devastated facility. At the beginning of 2013, TEPCO drained most of the basement galleries, pumping radioactive water into newly delivered tanks.

TEPCO insists that since the tanks are located on elevated ground some 500 meters from the seashore, the puddle from the damaged tank has not escaped into the Pacific Ocean. Still, the level of contaminated water in the tank continues to lower, the company stated.

At the same time the ruined reactors of the Fukushima nuclear facility are located practically on the coast. And while the melted cores of the three destroyed reactors have burnt through the concrete basement of the reactor zone, radioactive water is soaking down into soil, eventually getting into the Pacific Ocean – a fact confirmed by radiation samples.

Leakage of radiation-contaminated water has been the major threat to Japan’s population and environment from the very beginning of the Fukushima disaster. But until recently TEPCO has been flatly denying that radioactive waste is escaping into the Pacific.

Only in late July the company acknowledged the fact that contaminated water is escaping from basements and trenches of the Fukushima plant into the ocean.
Japanese authorities have demanded that TEPCO take immediate measures to stop radioactive leakage into the ocean.

After Fukushima disaster practically all Japanese nuclear power plants were taken out of service for safety checks. So far only two out of total 50 Japanese nuclear power plants have returned to service.


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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Tue Aug 20, 2013 11:19 am

The 300 tons figure is a stab in the dark. Interesting choice of numbers. Further, they're not publicizing which isotopes are driving this figure. All radiation is not created equal. I.e. the human body can stand some radioactive iodine, but virtually no plutonium. There is a reason why plutonium is named after pluto, the mythological ruler of the underworld and has the unofficial reference as the 'devils dust'.

In Huon de Méry's 13th-century poem "The Tournament of the Antichrist", Pluto rules over a congregation of "classical gods and demigods, biblical devils, and evil Christians."

John Block Friedman, Orpheus in the Middle Ages (Syracuse University Press, 2000), p. 238; Li Tournoiemenz Anticrit (Le tornoiement de l'Antéchrist)

Interestingly, Plutonium-241 has a half life of 14 years and decays to Americium-241. Pu241 is an artificial, manmade isotope. You can't mine for it, it simply should not exist, God did not create it; satan did via man.

"Normally, cells are controlled by the chemical structure of DNA molecules. But when radiation deposits enough energy to disrupt molecular bonds, strands of DNA are broken. While most repair properly, around a quarter don't—and so begins a long, slow process which results in an increased rate of mutations in future generations of cells. The probability of cancer increases with effective radiation dose—but, cruelly, the severity of the cancer is independent of the dose. Exposure is what counts, and it doesn't matter if the radiation level was high or low."

http://gizmodo.com/5928171/what-nuclear-radiation-does-to-your-body

98 percent of DNA is unnecessary 'junk'

http://www.foxnews.com/science/2013/05/13/junk-dna-mystery-solved-it-not-needed/

satan and men are working hard at making what's left of the human vessel 100% 'junk'.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Tue Aug 20, 2013 1:41 pm

Study shows Fukushima nuclear pollution becoming more concentrated as it approaches U.S. West Coast — Plume crosses ocean in a nearly straight line toward N. America — Appears to stay together with little dispersion (MODEL)



http://enenews.com/study-shows-fukushima-nuclear-pollution-becoming-more-concentrated-in-pacific-as-it-nears-u-s-west-coast-plume-travels-a-nearly-straight-line-to-america-appears-to-stay-together-with-little-dis
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Tue Aug 20, 2013 3:58 pm

Yeah GZ the radmaps are elevating. Lots of accordian looking spikes but the sustained averages are creeping up as well. I've been watching very closely since early July and the bumps are mimicking the changes in weather patterns, so that can mean only 1 thing. 

Today's jetstream is pretty far north &, sure enough Duluth MN, Madison WI, the Dakotas ugh. There were spikes in the Dakotas over 1,000 CPM today. For comparison purposes, Researcher in San Diego was averaging 28 CPM today but was as low as 5 CPM.

I suspect there's already quite a bit of bioaccumulation already occuring.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Tue Aug 20, 2013 5:47 pm

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Researcher in San Diego was averaging 28 CPM today but was as low as 5 CPM.
Musta been another researcher cause I didn't post anything today about radiation levels here. FYI, after I read your posting I did crank my Geiger counter on and had a look. Background levels are a bit higher than normal for my area averaging maybe 5-15 CPM. Normally I see around 2-6 CPM so it is up some but not by much.


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Oh just great, something else new to crawl up your leg at night and bite you on the nachos.

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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Tue Aug 20, 2013 6:02 pm

Didn't mean you personally, just your location. Thanks for the data though.

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Researcher in San Diego was averaging 28 CPM today but was as low as 5 CPM.
Musta been another researcher cause I didn't post anything today about radiation levels here. FYI, after I read your posting I did crank my Geiger counter on and had a look. Background levels are a bit higher than normal for my area averaging maybe 5-15 CPM. Normally I see around 2-6 CPM so it is up some but not by much.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Tue Aug 20, 2013 9:25 pm

Ahhh, OK, went right over my head. You were referring to "researcher's" location and not me specifically. Some days I have more senior moments than normal. oldman

Carry on kind sir.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Wed Aug 21, 2013 10:35 pm

Royal Caribbean cancels Alaska cruises, future trips because of motor problem

http://www.cnn.com/2013/08/21/travel/royal-caribbean-cruises-canceled

 departures until at LEAST September 20th cancelled.....
 
Admittedly could be -0- (& I pray it is) but its route(s) would have grazed the incoming debris field and would certainly be getting heavy atmospheric radiation as well. I checked with their site & they have 2 boats that head up that way & this one would  be the one potentially taking the chance since it sails to and from San Diego up North & back again.

I would possibly chalk it up to more circumstantial evidence.

The Russians have been monitoring off Kamchatka since last year.

http://enformable.com/2012/07/russia-to-use-new-surveillance-boat-to-monitor-radiation-on-the-kamchatka-peninsula/

This coupled with the serious fish deformities now becoming prevalent posted above.
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Wed Aug 21, 2013 11:35 pm

Hmmmm, I have two friends that just returned from one of those Alaska cruises last month. I could really freak 'em out. Take a Geiger counter over to their place to check 'em over for "residual radiation". My Geiger's aren't sensitive enough to actually detect something like that but it would be fun to hid a little chunk of uranium ore (I have some) in my hand that is holding the detecting wand and see the looks on their faces when the counter goes nuts as I scanned them. These two think I'm some kind of weird conspiracy kook so it would be fun payback for all the eye rolls and looks they give me. I might even let 'em both stew and worry on it for a few weeks before I told them what I did to them. Hmmmmm, this could be so fun.  Rofl
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Thu Aug 22, 2013 8:05 am

Oh you wild and crazy guy!   But you might need to bring a portable defib along
with your detector! woot


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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Thu Aug 22, 2013 10:26 am



Dumb, Dumber, and crazy

Have this genius pose as a DOE 'inspector' working on the cruise lines' behalf........Keep the AED charged & ready to make 'old sparky' run.....
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PostSubject: Re: Fukushima - epa change forthcoming   Thu Aug 22, 2013 11:43 am

A nuclear expert has told the BBC that he believes the current water leaks at Fukushima are much worse than the authorities have stated.

"The quantities of water they are dealing with are absolutely gigantic," said Mycle Schneider, who has consulted widely for a variety of organisations and countries on nuclear issues.

"What is the worse is the water leakage everywhere else - not just from the tanks. It is leaking out from the basements, it is leaking out from the cracks all over the place. Nobody can measure that.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-23779561

Nothing really new but the conditioning of the masses is ramping up to full effect. Article also has a couple of nice graphics that show the 'worries' of allowing too much water to compromise the foundation and; God forbid, liquefy in an earthquake event that wouldn't have to be a severe number.

They should have built the subterranean wall diverting the groundwater flow around the site in the form of an inverted 'V' or 'U' with the facility in the middle. Much like bridge builders construct coffer damns when they sink pilings and what not. As it is the idiots built a wall down by the ocean that effectively dams & catches the water pumped in plus the groundwater flow and creates a swamp in & around the facility and irradiates everything, water and all. Planned failure. Create a small study group of engineering students to come up with 3 to 5 fixes and what Tepco did would never even be considered a possible scenario. This, along with the numeric, have proven to me 100% this is a planned catastrophic failure.  Its only a matter of time before this thing's gonna look like the leaning tower of pisa.
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