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Bill Ryan
1st May 2012, 21:04
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Dear All,

Please watch this video, which is a personal estimate of the situation at the wrecked Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant from Major General Bert Stubblebine (ret'd), now working closely with Health Freedom USA / the Natural Solutions Foundation.

The video is limited on YouTube (i.e. only those with the URL can view it, and it's not Google-searchable). Please circulate it widely. It was sent to me personally for circulation by the Natural Solutions Foundation team.

The Fukushima problem could barely be more dire. Although many of you are very well informed already, this video is a must-see.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJIEZvX4PZI

The link to the video is http://youtube.com/watch?v=UJIEZvX4PZI.

Links in the video:

http://HealthFreedomUSA.org
http://GlobalHealthFreedom.org
http://TinyURL.com/RadProtect
http://FundforNaturalSolutions.org
GenBert@FundforNaturalSolutions.org

Please note: I don't want any distracting discussion in this thread of Bert Stubblebine's credentials. The facts in the video speak for themselves. My strong personal opinion is that Stubblebine is a very good man.

It's hard to recommend action beyond spreading the word, waking up anyone you know in government or the mainstream media, taking personal health measures (and there are quite a few, some of which Stubblebine tables at the end of the video), and -- as he suggests personally -- moving to the Southern Hemisphere.

Here are two good earthquake tracking maps:

http://quakes.globalincidentmap.com
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map

To track this yourself, here's the location of the damaged reactors:
(37.422972, 141.032917)

http://projectavalon.net/Fukushima_location.jpg

And here's what the damaged #4 building looks like:

http://projectavalon.net/Fukushima_number_4_reactor.jpg

There have been an alarming number of magnitude 4+ quakes very near Fukushima over the last couple of weeks. It seems only a matter of clock-ticking time before a larger quake occurs which will bring the heavily damaged reactors #3 and #4 tumbling. When that happens, we will be faced with something like 85 simultaneous Chernobyls, and an environmental catastrophe dwarfing anything we've seen before.

Cidersomerset
1st May 2012, 21:16
Thanks Bill I have no doubt Fukushima is part of the bigger picture.....

http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?43726-Tim-Rifat-on-the-Jeff-Rense-Show-11-4-12-The-Rothschild-Zionist-Matrix-2012

http://www.trust.org/resize_image?path=/dotAsset/c55d6997-87df-4fed-9b6c-61a274877d23.jpg&w=649
http://www.trust.org/alertnet/multimedia/pictures/detail.dot?mediaInode=088bfd04-830b-4c0f-bd60-64c86a486f68


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dxbm7iJTT8U

Inside the Fukushima Nuclear Meltdown [PHOTOS]

May 12, 2011 11:05 AM EDT

One of the reactors at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi power plant suffered a nuclear meltdown, Japanese officials admitted for the first time today.

Engineers from the Tokyo Electric Power company (Tepco) entered the No.1 reactor for the first time and saw the top five feet or so of the core's 13ft-long fuel rods had been exposed to the air and melted down.

They described a pool of molten fuel at the bottom of the reactor's containment vessel.

The company had previously believed that there was enough water inside to keep the fuel stable.

Now the company is concerned that the molten fuel may have breached the bottom of the containment vessel, escaping out into the outside world, causing a environmental disaster.

"We will have to revise our plans," said Junichi Matsumoto, a spokesman for Tepco. "We cannot deny the possibility that a hole in the pressure vessel caused water to leak".

The reactor was severely damaged and systems compromised after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami crippled the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant in northeast Japan.

http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/144728/20110512/inside-the-fukishima-nuclear-meltdown-photos.htm

norman
1st May 2012, 21:17
Ok, So why have they had a year to bury it deep in concrete and whatever else and still it's standing there like a horror billboard. ?

Just askin'.

Bill Ryan
1st May 2012, 21:24
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More on earthquakes in the Fukushima area. This map shows the quakes between magnitude 4.5 and 5.8... just in the last 6 days.
(source: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map)

http://projectavalon.net/Japan_earthquakes_21-30_April_2012.jpg

scanner
1st May 2012, 21:49
Thanks for the heads up Bill .

Sidney
1st May 2012, 22:03
Thank you Bill, you are so right, we need to take this viral, lets go people, facebook, twitter, and everything in between.


PS can we make this sticky, I think it's worthy???

crosby
1st May 2012, 22:04
those pictures of all of the babies breaks my heart. i am so concerned for everyone right now. i did not know just how horrific this situation really is. i am going to contact the general and ask the questions and get the answers for myself and my family. i urge you all to do the same. i do not see a strategic plan to contain this incident in play and the worst outcome possible is quite prevalent. thank you Bill for bringing this dangerous situation to a closer light.
warmest regards, corson

Molope
1st May 2012, 22:05
Damm....I hope this video spread out far and wide so people can be at least aware of whats coming soon we must be always vigilant and ready for any kind of event.


Thanks for the post Bill.

Cognitive Dissident
1st May 2012, 22:50
I have been following Fukushima closely for the last year. This estimate is not alarmist, it is realistic. It is very important that we educate ourselves and others about this on-going crisis. Great work is being done by Arnie Gunderson (Fairewinds Associates) and ex-SKF (ex-skf.blogspot.com) as well as http://enenews.com/

There is a massive and on-going cover up by the Japanese government and TEPCO which is being aided by the governments of the west. It is a huge wake up call.

Abhaya
2nd May 2012, 03:25
It just blows my mind that there continues to be no mention of this in the main stream. I mean it's just insane!

truth4me
2nd May 2012, 03:49
It just blows my mind that there continues to be no mention of this in the main stream. I mean it's just insane! Do you think TPTB would allow useful life saving information get to the masses? No way for they want us dead! Sounds like there will be plenty of bag holding with us being the ones holding them.....

Alekahn
2nd May 2012, 04:23
This gentleman mentions that there are "face saving" issues at play with TEPCO and the Japanese government (and the US? GE?)...that it is difficult for the Japanese leaders to ask for international/independent assessment and assistance with "structural engineering solutions" (containment of the spent fuel rods) to this ongoing crisis! Staggers the mind.


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Alekahn
2nd May 2012, 04:59
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Fire Dragon
2nd May 2012, 05:46
Complete and utter BS IMO , FEAR PORN, problem reaction and the solution is to fund this organization. I like a good conspiracy, but come on, i see through this. One of the ways to manipulate a person is to get them thinking about self preservation, this video is just doing that. Too many of these kind of post's are occuring, and especialy to day from you Bill, you should read more of the spiritual material on here and gain from many of the brilliant wisdom Avalon has within its vast library of post's, this is why im proud to be an avalonion, becouse here is where I have learnt the skills to see these things.

mojo
2nd May 2012, 06:02
What would be some practical steps one can make to mitigate or lesson radioactive contamination? Can we trust that our government will monitor and share the truth with us? If not is there a reliable source where information on current radioactivity is posted? Especially in the direction where the prevailing winds are carrying the Fukushima radioactivity.
edit: some of the suggestions at the end by Stubblebine video seem noteworthy solutions

MacStar
2nd May 2012, 06:23
Thanks Bill,am just about to watch it now with my partner.

Actually yesterday of all places, the Health Ranger reported on this here:
http://www.naturalnews.com/035731_Fukushima_radiation_America.html
So I went on the Google,YouTube trail and found the latest(what looked to me to be staged)videos of the reactor from the inside here:
http://youtu.be/44hv-4C2yXI
There was one with English subtitles, but I can't seem to find it now??
Basically they were saying that all had been reinforced and was safer now in a nutshell.

I was going to post this(Natural News entry) last night, but there was not enough to completely back this up.

This guy made a statement on it:
http://youtu.be/kPTAYJTR7To

A few more links:
http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/TEPCO-TBS-JNN-Fukushima-Live-HD-Video-Stream-Webcam-Feed.html
http://fukushima-diary.com/2012/04/fukushima-live-camera-moved/

Once again thanks Bill,I spent a lot of time last night trying to nut this out and had 15 tabs open....it was too much to comprehend and I doubted my searches and feelings on this.

christian
2nd May 2012, 06:33
What would be some practical steps one can make to mitigate or lesson radioactive contamination?

In reaction to this thread I just started another one about how to counter atomic radiation (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?44579-How-to-counter-atomic-radiation).

MacStar
2nd May 2012, 07:45
What would be some practical steps one can make to mitigate or lesson radioactive contamination? Can we trust that our government will monitor and share the truth with us? If not is there a reliable source where information on current radioactivity is posted? Especially in the direction where the prevailing winds are carrying the Fukushima radioactivity.
edit: some of the suggestions at the end by Stubblebine video seem noteworthy solutions



What would be some practical steps one can make to mitigate or lesson radioactive contamination?

In reaction to this thread I just started another one about how to counter atomic radiation (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?44579-How-to-counter-atomic-radiation).

Good stuff Christian!

Also some more can be found here:
http://www.masterofmanythings.com/radiation_updates.html

Amzer Zo
2nd May 2012, 14:41
Man! This is like combining a snake pit together with a crab basket and a hornet nest...

On one hand, this is as real as it gets:



Let me introduce you to some of the top ranking ones throught the work of an actual, genuine whistleblower Sue Ann Arrigo (http://www.libertycalling.com/sue_arrigo-treason.htm) in her Chairman Waxman’s committee on Oversight and Government Reform submitted "case 26: Your sickness and Genocide Planned in the USA":



https://public.bay.livefilestore.com/y1pjX3xODFecZqi5CCu6e4EmhliE8mXXRqmlT6fw9bRsOi4xZ3 W4JRkUBqdhBaV4pnmT7KjChKHMhRAskDVxOY4fg/Clipboard-1.jpg?psid=1

[photo of Kissinger, David Rockefeller, and Jay Rockefeller, Chairman on the Senate Select Intelligence Committee]

“Depopulation should be the highest priority of US foreign policy towards the Third World….”. Henry Kissinger National Security Memorandum (NSSM 200) early 1970’s

The US Shadow Govt. had a covert stated goal to depopulate the Earth down to 500 million people from the about 6 billion on it currently. Their planning document to do that formed the basis of the US Army’s Chemical and Biological Warfare Divisions research efforts. I am not alone in saying this.



In CIA researcher Robert Morrow’s book First Hand Knowledge he says that he was asked by the CIA to find a way to disable or kill all Americans excepts those that were able to get a life-saving drug that the Shadow Government could control. He decided that the best way to do that would be to cause hypothyroidism and control the supply of thyroid replacement medication. In fact, there has been a growing epidemic of hypothyroidism in the US. Some scientists attribute that to the above ground nuclear explosions at the Nevada Test site. It has been estimated that 60,000 new cases of thyroid cancer resulted from those tests. Meanwhile, people’s ability to buy desiccated animal thyroid supplements over the counter has disappeared. While such events could be coincidences, the research that I read led me to conclude that the Shadow Govt. sincerely wanted to have that kind of control over people’s health and lives and were working slowly and steadily towards that goal. When they are vigorously opposed by consumer groups they suffer setbacks in their agenda. Such setbacks have been many. If people only understood how dependent they are on the ignorance and apathy of the public, they would tell all their friends and neighbors and stop the Shadow Government’s control over the population.

[...]

On the other hand, this is aslo at work:


[...]

Both Stan Deyo and John Moore have vested interests in catastrophic speculations as they both sell preparedness plans and items and are consultants for hire on disaster prevention...

Me think it's time to revise the origins and perpetuation of these speculated "catastrophes."

[...]

Then there is also this side of the disinformation dice I recall from a book written by Joan Grant (don't remember if it was "Winged Pharaoh" or "Eye of Horus") in which one of the dark wizard was put in jail with these words from the white wizard:


At some time in the future we will put some arsenic in your food.

Of course no one ever bothered to poison his food but, a few years later, the dark wizard died from the exact symptoms of arsenic poisonning... from the work of his very own mind!

That means that disinfo can have instant effect on hypochondriacs and belated ones on very powerful and prepared individuals...

Therefore, in checking available data, get yourself a fair size boulder of salt.

For an in-depth digging on Natural Solutions Foundation see: http://educate-yourself.org/lte/actionabledisinformation23dec08.shtml

Sidney
2nd May 2012, 15:32
Complete and utter BS IMO , FEAR PORN, problem reaction and the solution is to fund this organization. I like a good conspiracy, but come on, i see through this. One of the ways to manipulate a person is to get them thinking about self preservation, this video is just doing that. Too many of these kind of post's are occuring, and especialy to day from you Bill, you should read more of the spiritual material on here and gain from many of the brilliant wisdom Avalon has within its vast library of post's, this is why im proud to be an avalonion, becouse here is where I have learnt the skills to see these things.

I disagree, This is not BS. I have been watching what fukushima info,videos etc that IS out there, and it is not good. The feds are known for sugarcoating, and covering this of this nature up. They are wiping earthquakes off the USGS site. If you read it in mainstream, you know its either completely fabricated, or a little bit of truth surrounded by lies.

MacStar
2nd May 2012, 15:54
Hmm then you have this:

"radiation updates
The U.S government is currently buying ~ Item Description: Potassium Iodide Tablets, USP,130 MG, Potassium Iodide, Individually Sealed in Foil Wrap, NSN: 6505-01-496-4916 Quantity: 75,000 PG Unit Price: $5.23 (Based on the award made on 6/17/11 for 175 PG. Number of Options: None Maximum Dollar Value: $392,250.00 info found here https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&tab=core&id=19f566deeffa645babd1e3731b7326c6&_cview=0

Get some before it is no longer available
"
Source:http://www.masterofmanythings.com/radiation_updates.html


Also the fact that this HUGE facility was built where it was is beyond comprehension unless it was by design.

Cjay
2nd May 2012, 17:08
I found this recent article providing many details that add to General Stubblebine's analysis.


Fukushima: A Nuclear War Without a War: The Unspoken Crisis of Worldwide Nuclear Radiation

by Michel Chossudovsky, Canadian Economist, Economic Adviser to governments of developing countries and Consultant for United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), African Development Bank, International Labour Organization (ILO), World Health Organisation (WHO), et al.

April 30, 2012 (TSR) - The World is at a critical crossroads. The Fukushima disaster in Japan has brought to the forefront the dangers of Worldwide nuclear radiation.

The crisis in Japan has been described as “a nuclear war without a war”. In the words of renowned novelist Haruki Murakami:


“This time no one dropped a bomb on us … We set the stage, we committed the crime with our own hands, we are destroying our own lands, and we are destroying our own lives.”

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/Michel-Chossudovsky-big.jpg
Nuclear radiation –which threatens life on planet earth– is not front page news in comparison to the most insignificant issues of public concern, including the local level crime scene or the tabloid gossip reports on Hollywood celebrities.

While the long-term repercussions of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster are yet to be fully assessed, they are far more serious than those pertaining to the 1986 Chernobyl disaster in the Ukraine, which resulted in almost one million deaths (New Book Concludes – Chernobyl death toll: 985,000, mostly from cancer (http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=20908) Global Research, September 10, 2010, See also Matthew Penney and Mark Selden The Severity of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster: Comparing Chernobyl and Fukushima (http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24949), Global Research, May 25, 2011)

Moreover, while all eyes were riveted on the Fukushima Daiichi plant, news coverage both in Japan and internationally failed to fully acknowledge the impacts of a second catastrophe at TEPCO’s (Tokyo Electric Power Co Inc) Fukushima Daini nuclear power plant.

The shaky political consensus both in Japan, the U.S. and Western Europe is that the crisis at Fukushima has been contained.

The realties, however, are otherwise. Fukushima 3 was leaking unconfirmed amounts of plutonium. According to Dr. Helen Caldicott, “one millionth of a gram of plutonium, if inhaled can cause cancer”.

An opinion poll in May 2011 confirmed that more than 80 per cent of the Japanese population do not believe the government’s information regarding the nuclear crisis. (quoted in Sherwood Ross, Fukushima: Japan’s Second Nuclear Disaster, Global Research, November 10, 2011)

The Impacts in Japan

The Japanese government has been obliged to acknowledge that “the severity rating of its nuclear crisis … matches that of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster”. In a bitter irony, however, this tacit admission by the Japanese authorities has proven to been part of the cover-up of a significantly larger catastrophe, resulting in a process of global nuclear radiation and contamination:


“While Chernobyl was an enormous unprecedented disaster, it only occurred at one reactor and rapidly melted down. Once cooled, it was able to be covered with a concrete sarcophagus that was constructed with 100,000 workers. There are a staggering 4400 tons of nuclear fuel rods at Fukushima, which greatly dwarfs the total size of radiation sources at Chernobyl.” ( Extremely High Radiation Levels in Japan: University Researchers Challenge Official Data (http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24261), Global Research, April 11, 2011)

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushimafire.bmp
Fukushima in the wake of the Tsunami, March 2011

Worldwide Contamination

The dumping of highly radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean constitutes a potential trigger to a process of global radioactive contamination. Radioactive elements have not only been detected in the food chain in Japan, radioactive rain water has been recorded in California:


“Hazardous radioactive elements being released in the sea and air around Fukushima accumulate at each step of various food chains (for example, into algae, crustaceans, small fish, bigger fish, then humans; or soil, grass, cow’s meat and milk, then humans). Entering the body, these elements – called internal emitters – migrate to specific organs such as the thyroid, liver, bone, and brain, continuously irradiating small volumes of cells with high doses of alpha, beta and/or gamma radiation, and over many years often induce cancer”. (Helen Caldicott, Fukushima: Nuclear Apologists Play Shoot the Messenger on Radiation (http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24563), The Age, April 26, 2011)

While the spread of radiation to the West Coast of North America was casually acknowledged, the early press reports (AP and Reuters) “quoting diplomatic sources” stated that only “tiny amounts of radioactive particles have arrived in California but do not pose a threat to human health.”


“According to the news agencies, the unnamed sources have access to data from a network of measuring stations run by the United Nations’ Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization. …

… Greg Jaczko, chair of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, told White House reporters on Thursday (March 17) that his experts “don’t see any concern from radiation levels that could be harmful here in the United States or any of the U.S. territories”.


http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushima_radiation_nuclear_fallout_map.jpg

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/Fukushima-Wind-Trajectory-2011.jpg

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushimaNuclearPlume_2011.png

Public Health Disaster. Economic Impacts

What prevails is a well organized camouflage. The public health disaster in Japan, the contamination of water, agricultural land and the food chain, not to mention the broader economic and social implications, have neither been fully acknowledged nor addressed in a comprehensive and meaningful fashion by the Japanese authorities.

Japan as a nation state has been destroyed. Its landmass and territorial waters are contaminated. Part of the country is uninhabitable. High levels of radiation have been recorded in the Tokyo metropolitan area, which has a population of 39 million (2010) (more than the population of Canada, circa 34 million (2010)) There are indications that the food chain is contaminated throughout Japan:


Radioactive cesium exceeding the legal limit was detected in tea made in a factory in Shizuoka City, more than 300 kilometers away from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Shizuoka Prefecture is one of the most famous tea producing areas in Japan.

A tea distributor in Tokyo reported to the prefecture that it detected high levels of radioactivity in the tea shipped from the city. The prefecture ordered the factory to refrain from shipping out the product. After the accident at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, radioactive contamination of tea leaves and processed tea has been found over a wide area around Tokyo. (See 5 More Companies Detect Radiation In Their Tea Above Legal Limits Over 300 KM From Fukushima (http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2011/06/15/5-companies-detect-radiation-tea-legal-limits-300-km-fukushima-27631), June 15, 2011)


Japan’s industrial and manufacturing base is prostrate. Japan is no longer a leading industrial power. The country’s exports have plummeted. The Tokyo government has announced its first trade deficit since 1980.

While the business media has narrowly centered on the impacts of power outages and energy shortages on the pace of productive activity, the broader issue pertaining to the outright radioactive contamination of the country’s infrastructure and industrial base is a “scientific taboo” (i.e the radiation of industrial plants, machinery and equipment, buildings, roads, etc). A report released in January 2012 points to the nuclear contamination of building materials used in the construction industry, in cluding roads and residential buildings throughout Japan.(See FUKUSHIMA: Radioactive Houses and Roads in Japan. Radioactive Building Materials Sold to over 200 Construction Companies, January 2012 (http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=28692))

A “coverup report” by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (May 2011), entitled “Economic Impact of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Current Status of Recovery“ (http://www.meti.go.jp/english/earthquake/recovery/pdf/20110516_impact.pdf) presents “Economic Recovery” as a fait accompli. It also brushes aside the issue of radiation. The impacts of nuclear radiation on the work force and the country’s industrial base are not mentioned. The report states that the distance between Tokyo -Fukushima Dai-ichi is of the order of 230 km (about 144 miles) and that the levels of radiation in Tokyo are lower than in Hong Kong and New York City.(Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Impact of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Current Status of Recovery (http://www.meti.go.jp/english/earthquake/recovery/pdf/20110516_impact.pdf), p.15). This statement is made without corroborating evidence and in overt contradiction with independent radiation readings in Tokyo (se map below). In recent developments, Sohgo Security Services Co. is launching a lucrative “radiation measurement service targeting households in Tokyo and four surrounding prefectures”.

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushuimaradiation.png

“A map of citizens’ measured radiation levels shows radioactivity (http://www.nnistar.com/gmap/fukushima.html) is distributed in a complex pattern reflecting the mountainous terrain and the shifting winds across a broad area of Japan north of Tokyo which is in the center of the of bottom of the map.”

“Radiation limits begin to be exceeded at just above 0.1 microsieverts/ hour blue. Red is about fifty times the civilian radiation limit at 5.0 microsieverts/hour. Because children are much more sensitive than adults, these results are a great concern for parents of young children in potentially affected areas.

SOURCE: Science Magazine (http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=25333)

*****

The fundamental question is whether the vast array of industrial goods and components “Made in Japan” — including hi tech components, machinery, electronics, motor vehicles, etc — and exported Worldwide are contaminated? Were this to be the case, the entire East and Southeast Asian industrial base –which depends heavily on Japanese components and industrial technology– would be affected. The potential impacts on international trade would be farreaching. In this regard, in January, Russian officials confiscated irradiated Japanese automobiles and autoparts in the port of Vladivostok for sale in the Russian Federation. Needless to say, incidents of this nature in a global competitive environment, could lead to the demise of the Japanese automobile industry which is already in crisis.

While most of the automotive industry is in central Japan, Nissan’s engine factory in Iwaki city is 42 km from the Fukushima Daiichi plant. Is the Nissan work force affected? Is the engine plant contaminated? The plant is within about 10 to 20 km of the government’s “evacuation zone” from which some 200,000 people were evacuated (see map below).

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushimaevacuatuon.jpg

Nuclear Energy and Nuclear War

The crisis in Japan has also brought into the open the unspoken relationship between nuclear energy and nuclear war.

Nuclear energy is not a civilian economic activity. It is an appendage of the nuclear weapons industry which is controlled by the so-called defense contractors. The powerful corporate interests behind nuclear energy and nuclear weapons overlap.

In Japan at the height of the disaster, “the nuclear industry and government agencies [were] scrambling to prevent the discovery of atomic-bomb research facilities hidden inside Japan’s civilian nuclear power plants”.1 (See Yoichi Shimatsu, Secret Weapons Program Inside Fukushima Nuclear Plant? (http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24275) Global Research, April 12, 2011)

It should be noted that the complacency of both the media and the governments to the hazards of nuclear radiation pertains to the nuclear energy industry as well as to to use of nuclear weapons. In both cases, the devastating health impacts of nuclear radiation are casually denied. Tactical nuclear weapons with an explosive capacity of up to six times a Hiroshima bomb are labelled by the Pentagon as “safe for the surrounding civilian population”.

No concern has been expressed at the political level as to the likely consequences of a US-NATO-Israel attack on Iran, using “safe for civilians” tactical nuclear weapons against a non-nuclear state.

Such an action would result in “the unthinkable”: a nuclear holocaust over a large part of the Middle East and Central Asia. A nuclear nightmare, however, would occur even if nuclear weapons were not used. The bombing of Iran’s nuclear facilities using conventional weapons would contribute to unleashing another Fukushima type disaster with extensive radioactive fallout. (For further details See Michel Chossudovsky, Towards a World War III Scenario, The Dangers of Nuclear War (http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=25185), Global Research, Montreal, 2011)

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AUTHOR: Michel Chossudovsky

Michel Chossudovskyis a Canadian economist who has acted as economic adviser to governments of developing countries and has worked as a consultant for international organizations including the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the African Development Bank, the United Nations African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (AIEDEP), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the International Labour Organization (ILO), the World Health Organisation (WHO), the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). He is also a professor of economics at the University of Ottawa and has taught as visiting professor at academic institutions in Western Europe, Latin America and Southeast Asia. He is a member of research organisations that include the Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform (COMER), the Geopolitical Drug Watch (OGD) (Paris)and the International People’s Health Council (IPHC). After the September 11 terrorist attacks he has also been involved in highlighting the historical relationship between the US government, Bin Laden and Al Qaeda. He published an article on September 12, 2001 entitled “The Truth Behind 9/11: Who is Osama Bin Laden?”and was one of the first to question the Bush administration’s assertion that Osama Bin Laden was responsible for the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. He is a frequent contributor to Le Monde diplomatique, Third World Resurgence and Covert Action Quarterly His publications have been translated into more than twenty languages. He is also the Director of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG).

Source: http://thesantosrepublic.com/2012/04/fukushima-a-nuclear-war-without-a-war-the-unspoken-crisis-of-worldwide-nuclear-radiation/ (http://thesantosrepublic.com/2012/04/fukushima-a-nuclear-war-without-a-war-the-unspoken-crisis-of-worldwide-nuclear-radiation/)


For those who have not seen this thread about how to counter atomic radiation (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?44579-How-to-counter-atomic-radiation), please read it.

778 neighbour of some guy
2nd May 2012, 17:11
Complete and utter BS IMO , FEAR PORN, problem reaction and the solution is to fund this organization. I like a good conspiracy, but come on, i see through this. One of the ways to manipulate a person is to get them thinking about self preservation, this video is just doing that. Too many of these kind of post's are occuring, and especialy to day from you Bill, you should read more of the spiritual material on here and gain from many of the brilliant wisdom Avalon has within its vast library of post's, this is why im proud to be an avalonion, becouse here is where I have learnt the skills to see these things.

As i see it you see it wrong( on this one).

This is horrible news and someone put in the effort to inform you and even about possibilities to protect yourself from some major damage, heroshima and nagasaki still produce some pretty deformed people as up to this day from nothing other then radiation poisoning, the nuclear testings, chernobyl and other (minor) incidents wich never get reported add up to a pretty hefty number.

If this is fear porn so be it, THIS IS HAPPENING.

And remedies are sold, are you complaining about remedies as well and expect people to roll over and rot ?!

Somehow i feel looking at the sky and praying will not cure radiation related illnesses.

Bill Ryan
2nd May 2012, 17:22
Complete and utter BS IMO , FEAR PORN, problem reaction and the solution is to fund this organization. I like a good conspiracy, but come on, i see through this. One of the ways to manipulate a person is to get them thinking about self preservation, this video is just doing that. Too many of these kind of post's are occuring, and especialy to day from you Bill, you should read more of the spiritual material on here and gain from many of the brilliant wisdom Avalon has within its vast library of post's, this is why im proud to be an avalonion, becouse here is where I have learnt the skills to see these things.

THIS IS HAPPENING.



Yes it's happening. Fire Dragon, it looks like you may be in denial.

To suggest that "I should read more of the spiritual material on here" is (a) either a cheap insult, (b) a slip that shows that you have no idea who I am, or (c) -- most likely -- that you don't know what spirituality truly is or means. If you think that "too many of these kinds of posts are occurring", you may be on the wrong forum.

The principal purpose of the Avalon Forum:




To encourage and support positive, constructive, and high quality dialog and networking with the goal of creating the future on Planet Earth for ourselves and our children that we want to experience.

Christine
2nd May 2012, 17:25
Complete and utter BS IMO , FEAR PORN, problem reaction and the solution is to fund this organization. I like a good conspiracy, but come on, i see through this. One of the ways to manipulate a person is to get them thinking about self preservation, this video is just doing that. Too many of these kind of post's are occuring, and especialy to day from you Bill, you should read more of the spiritual material on here and gain from many of the brilliant wisdom Avalon has within its vast library of post's, this is why im proud to be an avalonion, becouse here is where I have learnt the skills to see these things.

Um... you do like to breath fire...

I feel drawn to address your fiery response. As is true of any situation we are confronting there are layers of reality and layers of deceit and while it is obviously apparent that General Stubblebine is using this situation to offer a solution to provide a service that he and associates will charge for... well that is business as usual in our world. This however does not mean that the situation in Fukishima is not REAL, ie: A PHYSICAL REALITY THAT IS AFFECTING PEOPLE IN REAL TIME AND REAL SPACE... HERE AND NOW. In our spiritual VIEW of reality we quite often BELIEVE that we are free from the manipulations of the dark forces that do exist.

I am sure that Bill did not post this video to spread fear, it is in enlightened interest that people who choose to prepare in the physical have the information to make the correct choice for themselves. It is our AWARENESS of these situations that give us the option of choice. As our friend George Green has said "If you saw a train coming down the track and your car was parked on it wouldn't you want some one to tell you?" Metaphysical mind is not yet strong enough to move the car off the tracks, or we surely wouldn't be in the situation we are in... or would we?"

wynderer
2nd May 2012, 17:29
this is why the 'benevolent' ETs can assure us that there will be no nuclear war -- we don't need a war to get thoroughly nuked --we've been being irradiated, planet-wide, for at least 50 yrs

well, i did what i could to stop it -- for a while i had one of those little buttons that read 'Aging hippie against the bomb'

as i say, Glow, baby, glow'


I found this recent article providing many details that add to General Stubblebine's analysis.


Fukushima: A Nuclear War Without a War: The Unspoken Crisis of Worldwide Nuclear Radiation

by Michel Chossudovsky, Canadian Economist, Economic Adviser to governments of developing countries and Consultant for United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), African Development Bank, International Labour Organization (ILO), World Health Organisation (WHO), et al.

April 30, 2012 (TSR) - The World is at a critical crossroads. The Fukushima disaster in Japan has brought to the forefront the dangers of Worldwide nuclear radiation.

The crisis in Japan has been described as “a nuclear war without a war”. In the words of renowned novelist Haruki Murakami:


“This time no one dropped a bomb on us … We set the stage, we committed the crime with our own hands, we are destroying our own lands, and we are destroying our own lives.”

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/Michel-Chossudovsky-big.jpg
Nuclear radiation –which threatens life on planet earth– is not front page news in comparison to the most insignificant issues of public concern, including the local level crime scene or the tabloid gossip reports on Hollywood celebrities.

While the long-term repercussions of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster are yet to be fully assessed, they are far more serious than those pertaining to the 1986 Chernobyl disaster in the Ukraine, which resulted in almost one million deaths (New Book Concludes – Chernobyl death toll: 985,000, mostly from cancer (http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=20908) Global Research, September 10, 2010, See also Matthew Penney and Mark Selden The Severity of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster: Comparing Chernobyl and Fukushima (http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24949), Global Research, May 25, 2011)

Moreover, while all eyes were riveted on the Fukushima Daiichi plant, news coverage both in Japan and internationally failed to fully acknowledge the impacts of a second catastrophe at TEPCO’s (Tokyo Electric Power Co Inc) Fukushima Daini nuclear power plant.

The shaky political consensus both in Japan, the U.S. and Western Europe is that the crisis at Fukushima has been contained.

The realties, however, are otherwise. Fukushima 3 was leaking unconfirmed amounts of plutonium. According to Dr. Helen Caldicott, “one millionth of a gram of plutonium, if inhaled can cause cancer”.

An opinion poll in May 2011 confirmed that more than 80 per cent of the Japanese population do not believe the government’s information regarding the nuclear crisis. (quoted in Sherwood Ross, Fukushima: Japan’s Second Nuclear Disaster, Global Research, November 10, 2011)

The Impacts in Japan

The Japanese government has been obliged to acknowledge that “the severity rating of its nuclear crisis … matches that of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster”. In a bitter irony, however, this tacit admission by the Japanese authorities has proven to been part of the cover-up of a significantly larger catastrophe, resulting in a process of global nuclear radiation and contamination:


“While Chernobyl was an enormous unprecedented disaster, it only occurred at one reactor and rapidly melted down. Once cooled, it was able to be covered with a concrete sarcophagus that was constructed with 100,000 workers. There are a staggering 4400 tons of nuclear fuel rods at Fukushima, which greatly dwarfs the total size of radiation sources at Chernobyl.” ( Extremely High Radiation Levels in Japan: University Researchers Challenge Official Data (http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24261), Global Research, April 11, 2011)

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushimafire.bmp
Fukushima in the wake of the Tsunami, March 2011

Worldwide Contamination

The dumping of highly radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean constitutes a potential trigger to a process of global radioactive contamination. Radioactive elements have not only been detected in the food chain in Japan, radioactive rain water has been recorded in California:


“Hazardous radioactive elements being released in the sea and air around Fukushima accumulate at each step of various food chains (for example, into algae, crustaceans, small fish, bigger fish, then humans; or soil, grass, cow’s meat and milk, then humans). Entering the body, these elements – called internal emitters – migrate to specific organs such as the thyroid, liver, bone, and brain, continuously irradiating small volumes of cells with high doses of alpha, beta and/or gamma radiation, and over many years often induce cancer”. (Helen Caldicott, Fukushima: Nuclear Apologists Play Shoot the Messenger on Radiation (http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24563), The Age, April 26, 2011)

While the spread of radiation to the West Coast of North America was casually acknowledged, the early press reports (AP and Reuters) “quoting diplomatic sources” stated that only “tiny amounts of radioactive particles have arrived in California but do not pose a threat to human health.”


“According to the news agencies, the unnamed sources have access to data from a network of measuring stations run by the United Nations’ Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization. …

… Greg Jaczko, chair of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, told White House reporters on Thursday (March 17) that his experts “don’t see any concern from radiation levels that could be harmful here in the United States or any of the U.S. territories”.


http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushima_radiation_nuclear_fallout_map.jpg

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/Fukushima-Wind-Trajectory-2011.jpg

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushimaNuclearPlume_2011.png

Public Health Disaster. Economic Impacts

What prevails is a well organized camouflage. The public health disaster in Japan, the contamination of water, agricultural land and the food chain, not to mention the broader economic and social implications, have neither been fully acknowledged nor addressed in a comprehensive and meaningful fashion by the Japanese authorities.

Japan as a nation state has been destroyed. Its landmass and territorial waters are contaminated. Part of the country is uninhabitable. High levels of radiation have been recorded in the Tokyo metropolitan area, which has a population of 39 million (2010) (more than the population of Canada, circa 34 million (2010)) There are indications that the food chain is contaminated throughout Japan:


Radioactive cesium exceeding the legal limit was detected in tea made in a factory in Shizuoka City, more than 300 kilometers away from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Shizuoka Prefecture is one of the most famous tea producing areas in Japan.

A tea distributor in Tokyo reported to the prefecture that it detected high levels of radioactivity in the tea shipped from the city. The prefecture ordered the factory to refrain from shipping out the product. After the accident at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, radioactive contamination of tea leaves and processed tea has been found over a wide area around Tokyo. (See 5 More Companies Detect Radiation In Their Tea Above Legal Limits Over 300 KM From Fukushima (http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2011/06/15/5-companies-detect-radiation-tea-legal-limits-300-km-fukushima-27631), June 15, 2011)


Japan’s industrial and manufacturing base is prostrate. Japan is no longer a leading industrial power. The country’s exports have plummeted. The Tokyo government has announced its first trade deficit since 1980.

While the business media has narrowly centered on the impacts of power outages and energy shortages on the pace of productive activity, the broader issue pertaining to the outright radioactive contamination of the country’s infrastructure and industrial base is a “scientific taboo” (i.e the radiation of industrial plants, machinery and equipment, buildings, roads, etc). A report released in January 2012 points to the nuclear contamination of building materials used in the construction industry, in cluding roads and residential buildings throughout Japan.(See FUKUSHIMA: Radioactive Houses and Roads in Japan. Radioactive Building Materials Sold to over 200 Construction Companies, January 2012 (http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=28692))

A “coverup report” by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (May 2011), entitled “Economic Impact of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Current Status of Recovery“ (http://www.meti.go.jp/english/earthquake/recovery/pdf/20110516_impact.pdf) presents “Economic Recovery” as a fait accompli. It also brushes aside the issue of radiation. The impacts of nuclear radiation on the work force and the country’s industrial base are not mentioned. The report states that the distance between Tokyo -Fukushima Dai-ichi is of the order of 230 km (about 144 miles) and that the levels of radiation in Tokyo are lower than in Hong Kong and New York City.(Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Impact of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Current Status of Recovery (http://www.meti.go.jp/english/earthquake/recovery/pdf/20110516_impact.pdf), p.15). This statement is made without corroborating evidence and in overt contradiction with independent radiation readings in Tokyo (se map below). In recent developments, Sohgo Security Services Co. is launching a lucrative “radiation measurement service targeting households in Tokyo and four surrounding prefectures”.

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushuimaradiation.png

“A map of citizens’ measured radiation levels shows radioactivity (http://www.nnistar.com/gmap/fukushima.html) is distributed in a complex pattern reflecting the mountainous terrain and the shifting winds across a broad area of Japan north of Tokyo which is in the center of the of bottom of the map.”

“Radiation limits begin to be exceeded at just above 0.1 microsieverts/ hour blue. Red is about fifty times the civilian radiation limit at 5.0 microsieverts/hour. Because children are much more sensitive than adults, these results are a great concern for parents of young children in potentially affected areas.

SOURCE: Science Magazine (http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=25333)

*****

The fundamental question is whether the vast array of industrial goods and components “Made in Japan” — including hi tech components, machinery, electronics, motor vehicles, etc — and exported Worldwide are contaminated? Were this to be the case, the entire East and Southeast Asian industrial base –which depends heavily on Japanese components and industrial technology– would be affected. The potential impacts on international trade would be farreaching. In this regard, in January, Russian officials confiscated irradiated Japanese automobiles and autoparts in the port of Vladivostok for sale in the Russian Federation. Needless to say, incidents of this nature in a global competitive environment, could lead to the demise of the Japanese automobile industry which is already in crisis.

While most of the automotive industry is in central Japan, Nissan’s engine factory in Iwaki city is 42 km from the Fukushima Daiichi plant. Is the Nissan work force affected? Is the engine plant contaminated? The plant is within about 10 to 20 km of the government’s “evacuation zone” from which some 200,000 people were evacuated (see map below).

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushimaevacuatuon.jpg

Nuclear Energy and Nuclear War

The crisis in Japan has also brought into the open the unspoken relationship between nuclear energy and nuclear war.

Nuclear energy is not a civilian economic activity. It is an appendage of the nuclear weapons industry which is controlled by the so-called defense contractors. The powerful corporate interests behind nuclear energy and nuclear weapons overlap.

In Japan at the height of the disaster, “the nuclear industry and government agencies [were] scrambling to prevent the discovery of atomic-bomb research facilities hidden inside Japan’s civilian nuclear power plants”.1 (See Yoichi Shimatsu, Secret Weapons Program Inside Fukushima Nuclear Plant? (http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24275) Global Research, April 12, 2011)

It should be noted that the complacency of both the media and the governments to the hazards of nuclear radiation pertains to the nuclear energy industry as well as to to use of nuclear weapons. In both cases, the devastating health impacts of nuclear radiation are casually denied. Tactical nuclear weapons with an explosive capacity of up to six times a Hiroshima bomb are labelled by the Pentagon as “safe for the surrounding civilian population”.

No concern has been expressed at the political level as to the likely consequences of a US-NATO-Israel attack on Iran, using “safe for civilians” tactical nuclear weapons against a non-nuclear state.

Such an action would result in “the unthinkable”: a nuclear holocaust over a large part of the Middle East and Central Asia. A nuclear nightmare, however, would occur even if nuclear weapons were not used. The bombing of Iran’s nuclear facilities using conventional weapons would contribute to unleashing another Fukushima type disaster with extensive radioactive fallout. (For further details See Michel Chossudovsky, Towards a World War III Scenario, The Dangers of Nuclear War (http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=25185), Global Research, Montreal, 2011)

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AUTHOR: Michel Chossudovsky

Michel Chossudovskyis a Canadian economist who has acted as economic adviser to governments of developing countries and has worked as a consultant for international organizations including the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the African Development Bank, the United Nations African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (AIEDEP), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the International Labour Organization (ILO), the World Health Organisation (WHO), the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). He is also a professor of economics at the University of Ottawa and has taught as visiting professor at academic institutions in Western Europe, Latin America and Southeast Asia. He is a member of research organisations that include the Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform (COMER), the Geopolitical Drug Watch (OGD) (Paris)and the International People’s Health Council (IPHC). After the September 11 terrorist attacks he has also been involved in highlighting the historical relationship between the US government, Bin Laden and Al Qaeda. He published an article on September 12, 2001 entitled “The Truth Behind 9/11: Who is Osama Bin Laden?”and was one of the first to question the Bush administration’s assertion that Osama Bin Laden was responsible for the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. He is a frequent contributor to Le Monde diplomatique, Third World Resurgence and Covert Action Quarterly His publications have been translated into more than twenty languages. He is also the Director of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG).

Source: http://thesantosrepublic.com/2012/04/fukushima-a-nuclear-war-without-a-war-the-unspoken-crisis-of-worldwide-nuclear-radiation/ (http://thesantosrepublic.com/2012/04/fukushima-a-nuclear-war-without-a-war-the-unspoken-crisis-of-worldwide-nuclear-radiation/)


For those who have not seen this thread about how to counter atomic radiation (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?44579-How-to-counter-atomic-radiation), please read it.

gypsybutterflykiss
2nd May 2012, 17:48
Well, screw it- I'm going outside for a cigarette. Eeegadz :(

Is this what we've been distracted from seeing?

Revere
2nd May 2012, 22:19
Here is a link to an automated Radiation system for much of the main population sites around the Globe. I DO NOT KNOW IF IT IS RELIABLE OR ACCURATE! If someone with more knowledge and expertise can advise it would be appreciated. It currently shows 'NORMAL" background readings in the US under 100. Is that even safe? If this is truly an immediate emergency we need to know.

http://radiationnetwork.com/

Peace,
-R-

sygh
2nd May 2012, 22:41
Have been tagging Japan over the last year. Contacting the General sounds like an intelligent first step. We must watch to see how this affects the question of a preemptive strike on Iran, eh?

Hi Bill... the General sounds like interview material... for sure.

dan i el
2nd May 2012, 22:42
"Actionable Disinformation"
Re: Rima Laibow, Albert Stubblebine, & Sounds of Silence

[Editor's Note: Since posting this e-mail received from Ralph Fucetola on Dec.24, I've been sent a number of comments and articles, posted under Comments below, which reflect on the activities of General Stubblebine both before and after his retirement from active duty with the Army. I've been sent a note from Dr Rebecca Carley that she has been doing a series of expose radio shows about General Stubblebine, Rima Laibow, and their NSF organiztion on the Republic Broadcasting Network (RBN) and will air the next segment of this expose on Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008 at 3 PM Eastern time at this link: http://www.republicbroadcasting.org

http://educate-yourself.org/lte/actionabledisinformation23dec08.shtml

:confused:

WhiteFeather
2nd May 2012, 22:44
What would be some practical steps one can make to mitigate or lesson radioactive contamination?

In reaction to this thread I just started another one about how to counter atomic radiation (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?44579-How-to-counter-atomic-radiation).

Christian exactly what i was thinking. Great Post to this thread.
5 Stars Brother. Awesome info!

Bill Ryan
2nd May 2012, 23:06
"Actionable Disinformation"
Re: Rima Laibow, Albert Stubblebine, & Sounds of Silence

[Editor's Note: Since posting this e-mail received from Ralph Fucetola on Dec.24, I've been sent a number of comments and articles, posted under Comments below, which reflect on the activities of General Stubblebine both before and after his retirement from active duty with the Army. I've been sent a note from Dr Rebecca Carley that she has been doing a series of expose radio shows about General Stubblebine, Rima Laibow, and their NSF organiztion on the Republic Broadcasting Network (RBN) and will air the next segment of this expose on Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008 at 3 PM Eastern time at this link: http://www.republicbroadcasting.org

http://educate-yourself.org/lte/actionabledisinformation23dec08.shtml

:confused:

Look at the date: that was nearly three and a half years ago. Did you watch the video? If so, tell me that Stubblebine's passion was not genuine.

Please discuss the video on its merits. It makes no difference who the narrator is. The only thing that matters is whether or not the information is accurate.





Of note: when Kerry, David Wilcock and I talked with Dr Pete Peterson in June 2009, he told us that Bert Stubblebine was a "wonderful man". He also told us that Dr John Alexander was one of the few men he was afraid of. The two are very different people.

GoodeTXSG
2nd May 2012, 23:15
This is CRAZY, how long do they think they can sweep this under the rug by not reporting it on the MSM... The Japanese used the Gulf Stream to drop fire bombs on the west coast during WWII with "RICE PAPER BALLOONS"!

This stuff has to be in everything. I am going to see if I can find a site that shows the daily Gulf and Jet Streams to do some research. We are all going to be glowing in the dark soon.

:sick:

dan i el
2nd May 2012, 23:17
"Actionable Disinformation"
Re: Rima Laibow, Albert Stubblebine, & Sounds of Silence

[Editor's Note: Since posting this e-mail received from Ralph Fucetola on Dec.24, I've been sent a number of comments and articles, posted under Comments below, which reflect on the activities of General Stubblebine both before and after his retirement from active duty with the Army. I've been sent a note from Dr Rebecca Carley that she has been doing a series of expose radio shows about General Stubblebine, Rima Laibow, and their NSF organiztion on the Republic Broadcasting Network (RBN) and will air the next segment of this expose on Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008 at 3 PM Eastern time at this link: http://www.republicbroadcasting.org

http://educate-yourself.org/lte/actionabledisinformation23dec08.shtml

:confused:

Look at the date: that was nearly three and a half years ago. Did you watch the video? If so, tell me that Stubblebine's passion was not genuine.

Please discuss the video on its merits. It makes no difference who the narrator is. The only thing that matters is whether or not the information is accurate.





Of note: when Kerry, David Wilcock and I talked with Dr Pete Peterson in June 2009, he told us that Bert Stubblebine was a "wonderful man". He also told us that Dr John Alexander was one of the few men he was afraid of. The two are very different people.


He seemed very heartfelt in the video, Bill. I added the question mark as it was that, a question.. Absolutely, whether the information is accurate or not is the critical factor and I can well believe it is indeed that ie. accurate.

GoodeTXSG
2nd May 2012, 23:18
I found this recent article providing many details that add to General Stubblebine's analysis.


Fukushima: A Nuclear War Without a War: The Unspoken Crisis of Worldwide Nuclear Radiation

by Michel Chossudovsky, Canadian Economist, Economic Adviser to governments of developing countries and Consultant for United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), African Development Bank, International Labour Organization (ILO), World Health Organisation (WHO), et al.

April 30, 2012 (TSR) - The World is at a critical crossroads. The Fukushima disaster in Japan has brought to the forefront the dangers of Worldwide nuclear radiation.

The crisis in Japan has been described as “a nuclear war without a war”. In the words of renowned novelist Haruki Murakami:


“This time no one dropped a bomb on us … We set the stage, we committed the crime with our own hands, we are destroying our own lands, and we are destroying our own lives.”

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/Michel-Chossudovsky-big.jpg
Nuclear radiation –which threatens life on planet earth– is not front page news in comparison to the most insignificant issues of public concern, including the local level crime scene or the tabloid gossip reports on Hollywood celebrities.

While the long-term repercussions of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster are yet to be fully assessed, they are far more serious than those pertaining to the 1986 Chernobyl disaster in the Ukraine, which resulted in almost one million deaths (New Book Concludes – Chernobyl death toll: 985,000, mostly from cancer (http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=20908) Global Research, September 10, 2010, See also Matthew Penney and Mark Selden The Severity of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster: Comparing Chernobyl and Fukushima (http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24949), Global Research, May 25, 2011)

Moreover, while all eyes were riveted on the Fukushima Daiichi plant, news coverage both in Japan and internationally failed to fully acknowledge the impacts of a second catastrophe at TEPCO’s (Tokyo Electric Power Co Inc) Fukushima Daini nuclear power plant.

The shaky political consensus both in Japan, the U.S. and Western Europe is that the crisis at Fukushima has been contained.

The realties, however, are otherwise. Fukushima 3 was leaking unconfirmed amounts of plutonium. According to Dr. Helen Caldicott, “one millionth of a gram of plutonium, if inhaled can cause cancer”.

An opinion poll in May 2011 confirmed that more than 80 per cent of the Japanese population do not believe the government’s information regarding the nuclear crisis. (quoted in Sherwood Ross, Fukushima: Japan’s Second Nuclear Disaster, Global Research, November 10, 2011)

The Impacts in Japan

The Japanese government has been obliged to acknowledge that “the severity rating of its nuclear crisis … matches that of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster”. In a bitter irony, however, this tacit admission by the Japanese authorities has proven to been part of the cover-up of a significantly larger catastrophe, resulting in a process of global nuclear radiation and contamination:


“While Chernobyl was an enormous unprecedented disaster, it only occurred at one reactor and rapidly melted down. Once cooled, it was able to be covered with a concrete sarcophagus that was constructed with 100,000 workers. There are a staggering 4400 tons of nuclear fuel rods at Fukushima, which greatly dwarfs the total size of radiation sources at Chernobyl.” ( Extremely High Radiation Levels in Japan: University Researchers Challenge Official Data (http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24261), Global Research, April 11, 2011)

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushimafire.bmp
Fukushima in the wake of the Tsunami, March 2011

Worldwide Contamination

The dumping of highly radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean constitutes a potential trigger to a process of global radioactive contamination. Radioactive elements have not only been detected in the food chain in Japan, radioactive rain water has been recorded in California:


“Hazardous radioactive elements being released in the sea and air around Fukushima accumulate at each step of various food chains (for example, into algae, crustaceans, small fish, bigger fish, then humans; or soil, grass, cow’s meat and milk, then humans). Entering the body, these elements – called internal emitters – migrate to specific organs such as the thyroid, liver, bone, and brain, continuously irradiating small volumes of cells with high doses of alpha, beta and/or gamma radiation, and over many years often induce cancer”. (Helen Caldicott, Fukushima: Nuclear Apologists Play Shoot the Messenger on Radiation (http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24563), The Age, April 26, 2011)

While the spread of radiation to the West Coast of North America was casually acknowledged, the early press reports (AP and Reuters) “quoting diplomatic sources” stated that only “tiny amounts of radioactive particles have arrived in California but do not pose a threat to human health.”


“According to the news agencies, the unnamed sources have access to data from a network of measuring stations run by the United Nations’ Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization. …

… Greg Jaczko, chair of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, told White House reporters on Thursday (March 17) that his experts “don’t see any concern from radiation levels that could be harmful here in the United States or any of the U.S. territories”.


http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushima_radiation_nuclear_fallout_map.jpg

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/Fukushima-Wind-Trajectory-2011.jpg

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushimaNuclearPlume_2011.png

Public Health Disaster. Economic Impacts

What prevails is a well organized camouflage. The public health disaster in Japan, the contamination of water, agricultural land and the food chain, not to mention the broader economic and social implications, have neither been fully acknowledged nor addressed in a comprehensive and meaningful fashion by the Japanese authorities.

Japan as a nation state has been destroyed. Its landmass and territorial waters are contaminated. Part of the country is uninhabitable. High levels of radiation have been recorded in the Tokyo metropolitan area, which has a population of 39 million (2010) (more than the population of Canada, circa 34 million (2010)) There are indications that the food chain is contaminated throughout Japan:


Radioactive cesium exceeding the legal limit was detected in tea made in a factory in Shizuoka City, more than 300 kilometers away from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Shizuoka Prefecture is one of the most famous tea producing areas in Japan.

A tea distributor in Tokyo reported to the prefecture that it detected high levels of radioactivity in the tea shipped from the city. The prefecture ordered the factory to refrain from shipping out the product. After the accident at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, radioactive contamination of tea leaves and processed tea has been found over a wide area around Tokyo. (See 5 More Companies Detect Radiation In Their Tea Above Legal Limits Over 300 KM From Fukushima (http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2011/06/15/5-companies-detect-radiation-tea-legal-limits-300-km-fukushima-27631), June 15, 2011)


Japan’s industrial and manufacturing base is prostrate. Japan is no longer a leading industrial power. The country’s exports have plummeted. The Tokyo government has announced its first trade deficit since 1980.

While the business media has narrowly centered on the impacts of power outages and energy shortages on the pace of productive activity, the broader issue pertaining to the outright radioactive contamination of the country’s infrastructure and industrial base is a “scientific taboo” (i.e the radiation of industrial plants, machinery and equipment, buildings, roads, etc). A report released in January 2012 points to the nuclear contamination of building materials used in the construction industry, in cluding roads and residential buildings throughout Japan.(See FUKUSHIMA: Radioactive Houses and Roads in Japan. Radioactive Building Materials Sold to over 200 Construction Companies, January 2012 (http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=28692))

A “coverup report” by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (May 2011), entitled “Economic Impact of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Current Status of Recovery“ (http://www.meti.go.jp/english/earthquake/recovery/pdf/20110516_impact.pdf) presents “Economic Recovery” as a fait accompli. It also brushes aside the issue of radiation. The impacts of nuclear radiation on the work force and the country’s industrial base are not mentioned. The report states that the distance between Tokyo -Fukushima Dai-ichi is of the order of 230 km (about 144 miles) and that the levels of radiation in Tokyo are lower than in Hong Kong and New York City.(Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Impact of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Current Status of Recovery (http://www.meti.go.jp/english/earthquake/recovery/pdf/20110516_impact.pdf), p.15). This statement is made without corroborating evidence and in overt contradiction with independent radiation readings in Tokyo (se map below). In recent developments, Sohgo Security Services Co. is launching a lucrative “radiation measurement service targeting households in Tokyo and four surrounding prefectures”.

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushuimaradiation.png

“A map of citizens’ measured radiation levels shows radioactivity (http://www.nnistar.com/gmap/fukushima.html) is distributed in a complex pattern reflecting the mountainous terrain and the shifting winds across a broad area of Japan north of Tokyo which is in the center of the of bottom of the map.”

“Radiation limits begin to be exceeded at just above 0.1 microsieverts/ hour blue. Red is about fifty times the civilian radiation limit at 5.0 microsieverts/hour. Because children are much more sensitive than adults, these results are a great concern for parents of young children in potentially affected areas.

SOURCE: Science Magazine (http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=25333)

*****

The fundamental question is whether the vast array of industrial goods and components “Made in Japan” — including hi tech components, machinery, electronics, motor vehicles, etc — and exported Worldwide are contaminated? Were this to be the case, the entire East and Southeast Asian industrial base –which depends heavily on Japanese components and industrial technology– would be affected. The potential impacts on international trade would be farreaching. In this regard, in January, Russian officials confiscated irradiated Japanese automobiles and autoparts in the port of Vladivostok for sale in the Russian Federation. Needless to say, incidents of this nature in a global competitive environment, could lead to the demise of the Japanese automobile industry which is already in crisis.

While most of the automotive industry is in central Japan, Nissan’s engine factory in Iwaki city is 42 km from the Fukushima Daiichi plant. Is the Nissan work force affected? Is the engine plant contaminated? The plant is within about 10 to 20 km of the government’s “evacuation zone” from which some 200,000 people were evacuated (see map below).

http://thesantosrepublic.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012/04/fukushimaevacuatuon.jpg

Nuclear Energy and Nuclear War

The crisis in Japan has also brought into the open the unspoken relationship between nuclear energy and nuclear war.

Nuclear energy is not a civilian economic activity. It is an appendage of the nuclear weapons industry which is controlled by the so-called defense contractors. The powerful corporate interests behind nuclear energy and nuclear weapons overlap.

In Japan at the height of the disaster, “the nuclear industry and government agencies [were] scrambling to prevent the discovery of atomic-bomb research facilities hidden inside Japan’s civilian nuclear power plants”.1 (See Yoichi Shimatsu, Secret Weapons Program Inside Fukushima Nuclear Plant? (http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24275) Global Research, April 12, 2011)

It should be noted that the complacency of both the media and the governments to the hazards of nuclear radiation pertains to the nuclear energy industry as well as to to use of nuclear weapons. In both cases, the devastating health impacts of nuclear radiation are casually denied. Tactical nuclear weapons with an explosive capacity of up to six times a Hiroshima bomb are labelled by the Pentagon as “safe for the surrounding civilian population”.

No concern has been expressed at the political level as to the likely consequences of a US-NATO-Israel attack on Iran, using “safe for civilians” tactical nuclear weapons against a non-nuclear state.

Such an action would result in “the unthinkable”: a nuclear holocaust over a large part of the Middle East and Central Asia. A nuclear nightmare, however, would occur even if nuclear weapons were not used. The bombing of Iran’s nuclear facilities using conventional weapons would contribute to unleashing another Fukushima type disaster with extensive radioactive fallout. (For further details See Michel Chossudovsky, Towards a World War III Scenario, The Dangers of Nuclear War (http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=25185), Global Research, Montreal, 2011)

____________________
AUTHOR: Michel Chossudovsky

Michel Chossudovskyis a Canadian economist who has acted as economic adviser to governments of developing countries and has worked as a consultant for international organizations including the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the African Development Bank, the United Nations African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (AIEDEP), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the International Labour Organization (ILO), the World Health Organisation (WHO), the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). He is also a professor of economics at the University of Ottawa and has taught as visiting professor at academic institutions in Western Europe, Latin America and Southeast Asia. He is a member of research organisations that include the Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform (COMER), the Geopolitical Drug Watch (OGD) (Paris)and the International People’s Health Council (IPHC). After the September 11 terrorist attacks he has also been involved in highlighting the historical relationship between the US government, Bin Laden and Al Qaeda. He published an article on September 12, 2001 entitled “The Truth Behind 9/11: Who is Osama Bin Laden?”and was one of the first to question the Bush administration’s assertion that Osama Bin Laden was responsible for the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. He is a frequent contributor to Le Monde diplomatique, Third World Resurgence and Covert Action Quarterly His publications have been translated into more than twenty languages. He is also the Director of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG).

Source: http://thesantosrepublic.com/2012/04/fukushima-a-nuclear-war-without-a-war-the-unspoken-crisis-of-worldwide-nuclear-radiation/ (http://thesantosrepublic.com/2012/04/fukushima-a-nuclear-war-without-a-war-the-unspoken-crisis-of-worldwide-nuclear-radiation/)


For those who have not seen this thread about how to counter atomic radiation (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?44579-How-to-counter-atomic-radiation), please read it.

Wow, Thanks CJay... great info. I am going to dig into this.

WhiteFeather
2nd May 2012, 23:30
Good Point Bill. The principal purpose of the Avalon Forum:

To encourage and support positive, constructive, and high quality dialog and networking with the goal of creating the future on Planet Earth for ourselves and our children that we want to experience.

The main reason as to why i have chosen this forum. Brings back some memorys of Dr Brian O'leary. And I do mss that wonderful entity to say the least.

Much Love Bill. Good to see you posting more actively as of late.

CdnSirian
3rd May 2012, 01:28
Appreciate this Bill, and all the replies above.

I am not surprised at all...I kind of expected this. Radiation does not go away.

Alekahn
3rd May 2012, 01:32
This is a link to the latest IAEA ("Atoms for Peace"), Fukushima Daiichi Status Report from 27 April 2012. Interestingly, from a cursory look at this document, there is no clear mention of Unit 4!

This PDF seems to be more a review and assessment of recent footage and still images provided by TEPCO of the inside of Unit 3 Spent Fuel Pool.

"The videos and photos don't provide conclusive information on the integrity and stability of fuel assemblies, and racks. Additionally, there is no footage that provides a view of the general pool structure..."

Read more here:
http://www.iaea.org/newscenter/focus/fukushima/statusreport270412.pdf

sygh
3rd May 2012, 01:53
"Actionable Disinformation"
Re: Rima Laibow, Albert Stubblebine, & Sounds of Silence

[Editor's Note: Since posting this e-mail received from Ralph Fucetola on Dec.24, I've been sent a number of comments and articles, posted under Comments below, which reflect on the activities of General Stubblebine both before and after his retirement from active duty with the Army. I've been sent a note from Dr Rebecca Carley that she has been doing a series of expose radio shows about General Stubblebine, Rima Laibow, and their NSF organiztion on the Republic Broadcasting Network (RBN) and will air the next segment of this expose on Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008 at 3 PM Eastern time at this link: http://www.republicbroadcasting.org

http://educate-yourself.org/lte/actionabledisinformation23dec08.shtml

:confused:

I happened to read that and read the General's letters back to RBN asking then to cease and desist, etc...

nearing
3rd May 2012, 02:32
I appreciate what he has to say since I have been saying the same and have started some threads on this. But I cannot see how many will have the resources to make a move to the Southern Hemisphere. And if everyone could, there wouldn't be enough room for them.

*sigh*

Siberia9
3rd May 2012, 04:20
Thanks for putting this up Bill.

It seems no one wants to deal with the reality of whats going on with this, at least the people Ive talked to anyway.

I said this before but "they" are not going to do anything to stop this. How do I know that? "they" told me in a meeting I had taken with some of the super elites, and I don't mean oil executives or bankers.

I was also told that if the public starts to panic they plan to freeze all passports. So if you are leaving, do it NOW while you still can. If you are staying thats fine, just make sure that is your mission.

They also plan on shipping clean water up from the southern hemisphere to those that survive, for a profit of course.

We would all do well to keep a close eye on reactor four, if it goes really bad then you will know that it is too deadly to stay in the northern hemisphere. The sewer stream media will of course say its just a fire and nothing to worry about. I was told that they may NOT cause a total destruction of number four and its stored rods etc. This is because it would cause such large loss of life and its just a little too much in such a short period of time. Better to drag it out ten years or so, but you cant be sure with these psychopaths.

Amzer zo has posted the following several times, read it closely, it contains a clue as to why they will do nothing to stop this folks.

“Depopulation should be the highest priority of US foreign policy towards the Third World….”. Henry Kissinger National Security Memorandum (NSSM 200) early 1970’s

The US Shadow Govt. had a covert stated goal to depopulate the Earth down to 500 million people from the about 6 billion on it currently. Their planning document to do that formed the basis of the US Army’s Chemical and Biological Warfare Divisions research efforts. I am not alone in saying this.



In CIA researcher Robert Morrow’s book First Hand Knowledge he says that he was asked by the CIA to find a way to disable or kill all Americans excepts those that were able to get a life-saving drug that the Shadow Government could control. He decided that the best way to do that would be to cause hypothyroidism and control the supply of thyroid replacement medication. In fact, there has been a growing epidemic of hypothyroidism in the US. Some scientists attribute that to the above ground nuclear explosions at the Nevada Test site. It has been estimated that 60,000 new cases of thyroid cancer resulted from those tests. Meanwhile, people’s ability to buy desiccated animal thyroid supplements over the counter has disappeared. While such events could be coincidences, the research that I read led me to conclude that the Shadow Govt. sincerely wanted to have that kind of control over people’s health and lives and were working slowly and steadily towards that goal. When they are vigorously opposed by consumer groups they suffer setbacks in their agenda. Such setbacks have been many. If people only understood how dependent they are on the ignorance and apathy of the public, they would tell all their friends and neighbors and stop the Shadow Government’s control over the population.

Cjay
3rd May 2012, 05:54
The nuclear cat is out of the bag. We can't put it back. It does not mean that we are all going to die.

Moving to the southern hemisphere might buy you a few years, at best. All of you "northerners" are welcome here (down south) - we have more than enough space - but I don't think that is going to solve anything, except in the short term. We need long-term solutions.

I suggest the best thing you can do is to arm yourself with knowledge about how you can protect yourself and your family - and then turn that knowledge into a life-long habit, like good nutrition and personal hygiene.

Again, I point you to this excellent thread: http://projectavalon...How-to-counter-atomic-radiation (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?44579-How-to-counter-atomic-radiation)

As always, do your own research, then please share any helpful information you find.

modwiz
3rd May 2012, 06:24
It just blows my mind that there continues to be no mention of this in the main stream. I mean it's just insane!

This is real news. They just do fake and infotainment. Local crimes and murders too.

Ilie Pandia
3rd May 2012, 13:08
Hello,

If I recall correctly Jim Humble (the discoverer of MMS), said in his interview with Bill that he has knowledge of a process make the hazardous nuclear materials safe again.

Perhaps now it's high time for this information to surface. I am pretty sure that technology exists to stop this disaster! Not sure how moving to the southern hemisphere will be safe (not in the long term anyway...)

benevolentcrow
3rd May 2012, 13:36
Thanks Bill for bringing to light once again this tragic situation that most folks want to sweep under the rug, (out of sight out of mind). I felt from the beginning that this will not go away. It is so sad the prospect of a healthy happy future for our children and grand children may be non-existent. Love with all of your might today for we know not what tomorrow brings...

sdv
3rd May 2012, 13:48
This is a link to the latest IAEA ("Atoms for Peace"), Fukushima Daiichi Status Report from 27 April 2012. Interestingly, from a cursory look at this document, there is no clear mention of Unit 4!

This PDF seems to be more a review and assessment of recent footage and still images provided by TEPCO of the inside of Unit 3 Spent Fuel Pool.

"The videos and photos don't provide conclusive information on the integrity and stability of fuel assemblies, and racks. Additionally, there is no footage that provides a view of the general pool structure..."

Read more here:
http://www.iaea.org/newscenter/focus...port270412.pdf

I also went the IAEA website for answers and to see what action is being taken, and found that the IAEA seems to be soley concerned about learning lessons from the past and making nuclear energy safe for the future. I don't think they are part of some evil world-wide conspiracy, and so on, but perhaps a bunch of overpaid buearacrats who would not know how to deal with the present crisis, even if it was technically a part of their job to do so (and no it is not a part of their job to do so).

Now screaming at me because I am not going into panic, fear mode about the NWO, global elite, plots to destroy humanity is just a waste of energy as it is pointless.

Would communication with the IAEA wake them up and get them to take responsibility for acknowledging and leading the way in dealing with the crisis? Before I say no, I am going to give them the benefit of the doubt and write to them.

So, in the meanwhile, I suggest those in danger zones listen to the tons of advice given on this forum on what you can practically do to keep yourself safe. Oh, and be grateful that we are not a part of the ignorant masses - we have had the information made available to us and so we can't say we didn't know.

sdv
3rd May 2012, 14:03
Information from the Radiation Network...

Update: 10/30/11, 6:30 P.M. - Radiation Report from Japan

Some viewers of the Radiation Maps on our Network wonder why radiation levels in Japan seem to be lower than those in the US in some instances. For example, of the stations in Japan reporting in real time as I write this, their average readings are about 14 CPM (Counts per Minute), in contrast to some stations in the US showing levels in the 30's and 40's. Well, the explanation of that difference is simple. First of all, our network is fed by readings in CPM because that is what almost all of the contributing detectors send out of their data ports, and as we have stressed many times, not all detectors are equal in the design and size of the sensor, or GM (Geiger-Mueller) tube that they are built around. It just so happens that most of our Japan stations use "standard tubed" Geiger counters, while many stations in America use the ultra-sensitive pancake-tubed detectors, which have about a 3 to 1 higher count rate than standard tubes. So whenever you see readings in the 30 or 40's, it is usually because the station is running a pancake tubed Geiger counter.

Unfortunately, that has led to some understandable confusion, but you see, the Radiation Network is an equal opportunity practitioner, i.e. we allow almost any model of radiation detector to contribute to our network - we are non-discriminatory. But because of the differences, we need to do a better job of providing context for the readings. A future version of the underlying software that runs the network will incorporate a technical database of the different models of compatible detectors, and offer an "Equalizer" function for those who want to try to adjust for the different GM tubes in the various Geiger counters.

But back to Japan. Those average readings of 14 CPM are from sea level stations monitoring indoors, located in the Tokyo/Yokohama metroplex, as well as the Sendai area farther north and closer to Fukushima. So what conclusions are we to draw from those readings? Well, unless one ventures into the evacuation zone around Fukushima, environmental radiation levels elsewhere in Japan are pretty normal to slightly elevated. We have said before that one must be within 20 to 60 miles of a Fukushima like emission to get an elevated detection just "in the air".

Having said that, many reports come back from Japan about elevated radiation levels from rainfall, along with hot spots of soil contamination. Here is one such study from one of our stations in Yokohama - "These are all averages of 10 minute total Counts Per Minute as measured by the CRM-100 around our apartment."

Inside 2nd floor on desk (with windows closed) - 10.4 CPM
Inside 2nd floor on desk (with windows open and a breeze) - 12.9 CPM
Outside on bench 1.5 feet above ground - 12.9 CPM
Outside on 2nd floor balcony at floor level by drainage point - 15.2 CPM
Outside on a pile of leaves (at ground level) and close to drainage - 19.2 CPM

"In conclusion, radiation tends to be slightly lower inside than outside, and very small hot spots are being created around ditches and other drainage areas. This is also reasonably consistent with other experiments at a nearby park where I saw a radiation drop from 20 to 30 CPM, to less than 10 CPM when I entered a metal tower (without open windows)."

Thanks to our "Yokohama Rad" station for this report. He added that an increasing number of radiation maps are finally being released, which tend to show radiation apparently scattered by the wind. The data generated by the folks at safecast.org includes a couple of maps that show the radiation they measured as they drove through Fukushima Prefecture. Definitely check out safecast because the number of their data points is quite large.

Amzer Zo
3rd May 2012, 14:43
Hello,

If I recall correctly Jim Humble (the discoverer of MMS), said in his interview with Bill that he has knowledge of a process make the hazardous nuclear materials safe again.

Perhaps now it's high time for this information to surface. I am pretty sure that technology exists to stop this disaster! Not sure how moving to the southern hemisphere will be safe (not in the long term anyway...)

Hi Ilie,

Apparently, it does:


Rocky
If you go to Carmody's post and look up yule I think he did three demonstrations for the us gov on how to dispose of spent rods by burning them with brown gas and they shot him down every time unthinkable the something is out there to deal with this stuff and they want the money to bury it. I think the patents are on line also.

The Axman

Rozzy
3rd May 2012, 14:52
Wilhelm Reich believed that he could neutralize atomic radiation thereby rendering much of the impact of a nuclear bomb of non effect, he coincidentally died just before his release from prison. TPTB had him incarcerated on an obscure labeling law.

wynderer
3rd May 2012, 16:27
they stole all his papers too, while he was unjustly imprisoned

he had invented a device that blew UFOs out of the sky


Wilhelm Reich believed that he could neutralize atomic radiation thereby rendering much of the impact of a nuclear bomb of non effect, he coincidentally died just before his release from prison. TPTB had him incarcerated on an obscure labeling law.

penn
3rd May 2012, 17:23
Hello,

If I recall correctly Jim Humble (the discoverer of MMS), said in his interview with Bill that he has knowledge of a process make the hazardous nuclear materials safe again.

Perhaps now it's high time for this information to surface. I am pretty sure that technology exists to stop this disaster! Not sure how moving to the southern hemisphere will be safe (not in the long term anyway...)

I remember that too. Something to do with high quality gun powder and burning the waste. He tested the radiation before and after.

I don't think tptb want any help solving this problem. It is so sad what we are facing.

Nora
3rd May 2012, 17:40
My heart goes out to the people of Japan.
I live on the West coast and have been closely watching Japan since the "earthquake."
This just sickens me to think that the technology to neutralize radioactive material is available and has not been implemented.

Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, All of the various Atomic bomb testings, Japans Fukashima and all of the Nuclear reactor leaks just in the States recently aren't enough....

Post Update: Type in Browns Gas in the Avalon search engine or it can also be found on google.
.
Here is one of Carmody's threads on brown's gas
http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?8458-2.85-billion-fewer-polluting-cars-on-the-road....for-60M&p=72893&highlight=browns+gas#post72893
Post#13.

Love

Nora

araucaria
4th May 2012, 07:28
I have a few points to make on this subject.

I am not sure that NO radiation level is safe for humans is not an overstatement. I was talking last year with a biochemist who quoted extensive scientific literature establishing that safe levels were much higher than those claimed by the environmentalist lobby. These would be pre-Fukushima epidemiology-type studies and more basic molecular biology studies as well. This is serious science, albeit carried out within the mainstream paradigm – in other words, it is reliable as far as it goes.

During the Winscale accident in the UK in 1957 (now called Sellafield), I was 70 miles downwind. And in 1986 I was at the tail-end of the Chernobyl cloud in western France. I have suffered no adverse effects. Again, there is nothing to be concluded from that.

As regards migrating south, this reminds me of the situation here in France, where the warm Riviera is full of the rich and comfortably off retirees. In this objectively healthier climate they have plenty of doctors, while further north there is a shortage, especially in rural areas, where the working hours can be really tough. We need more doctors prepared to put their patients first and less doctors seeking to look after themselves.

Each person will work out for themselves where they need to be at this time, but part of the fearlessness we need to show may involve bravely facing hazardous conditions. After all, the whole planet is a kind of survival exercise at the best of times but especially at this time. There are usually ways and means to cope, e.g. in extreme areas they compensate for the lack of sun by eating fatty fish.

I really do believe people need to stand firm and see this through from wherever they are. OK, there is plenty of space in Australia to accommodate the population of China, but maybe NZ would be a tight fit for India :)

learninglight
4th May 2012, 11:27
Hi all

A lot of info here i'm still going through it myself

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=28870

much love

ceetee9
4th May 2012, 13:46
And here's another study done back in 1975 that everyone should read. It shows us, once again, what extremes "the experts" and "our government" are willing to go to when they want something bad enough. The book is called "We Almost Lost Detroit" by John G. Fuller and published by Reader's Digest Press in 1975. The book is out of print now, but you can download a PDF copy from http://www.wsrl.org/pdfs/detroit.pdf. Used copies can also be obtained on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Almost-Lost-Detroit-John-Fuller/dp/0345252667. Some interesting comments are posted there as well--one by a design engineer who was there at Fermi I.

And here are a couple of quotes from the book--not necessarily the best ones, but I didn't take notes.
What this book shows is that the estimated consequences of a major accident were so frightening the AEC and nuclear industry did not want them revealed to the public. It was the fear of an adverse public reaction that prompted the AEC to suppress the report, and this is a good example of the attitude that has prevailed in the nuclear power program. The public has been deliberately misled into believing that there are no problems with nuclear power, whereas there are very real problems. In addition to the issue of reactor safety, other problem areas include transportation, fuel processing, waste disposal, nuclear material diversion, and sabotage.

Worse, the primary accident itself had gone beyond the confident predictions for a "maximum credible accident" of both McCarthy and Hans Bethe. McCarthy had stated flatly that only one subassembly could melt in the Fermi reactor. The instruments already showed that two were affected, and there were probably more. He had also stated that the reactor would shut down automatically in such a situation. It had not; it had required a manual shutdown. Hans Bethe had testified that a core meltdown accident was "incredible and impossible." Both were experts, and both were wrong.

benevolentcrow
4th May 2012, 15:21
I thought it odd that Gen. Bert Stubblebine said if you love your family move south. We all (or most of us) love our families and if it were just that simple to move south the world would be bottom heavy.

After viewing the entire video, and giving it thought I came to the conclusion that while this is still a very dire situation the video seemed more like a promotion or production.

I am sure what the General says is valid. if it did not have the over the top music, pictures, web site and product promotion at the end it would have set better with me.

Promote and purchase his interest while the chosen few live comfortably in South Africa or South America does not seem a solution (may for those involve in making this video) but not for the hard working of meager means middle class Northerners. IMHO

With all of the brilliant minds, other worldly and divine intervention. I still have hope...

Mystique
4th May 2012, 16:01
I was tracking the Radiation Network's live feed and on May 3rd at 12:01 the Geiger counter for the Denver/Boulder Colorado area was 627 CPMs - 100 is consider high alert.

I thought I had screen shot it and sent it to my daughter - who moved from that area last year.

When I went back later to check on the email, I noticed it was a live feed, not a screen shot, and the monitors were no longer on the map. The monitors for my area, in Northern California (there were two), were also no longer registering on the map. In fact, a number of the Geiger counters that were running on the original map were no longer there.

Christine
4th May 2012, 16:58
One of the more perturbing and perplexing questions surrounding the NWO's destruction of the planet has been "Why would they do this because it affects them too?" One possible answer is that they have the technology to reverse the continual effects of radiation, once their agenda has been carried out. It has been suggested that HAARP could be used for "good" purposes.

For the past several weeks I have been focusing my attention on the Fukishima area with the question in mind that there be an answer to mitigate and neutralize the radiation itself. I do not think scientifically but when I read the following I could 'see' that this was a real possibility. It would be interesting to hear from those on the forum who do have scientific backgrounds what they think of this.

Thanks to Dr. Bill Deagle for sending this out:

"We have the capability of generating scalar radiation...you can compare radiation to what's called ion cyclotron resonance...and if you have the resonant frequency of say a specific ion like calcium, magnesium, sodium, and you set it up to the non-radioactive ion resonance of an element that's in the same periodic table as the radioactive element, it shatters off the radioactive and then increases the rate of decay of that element. In other words, it can actually speeds up the decay so that it can become non-radioactive. In other words, we can take an isotope that might take 200 years to be gone, and you actually can setup a satellite over that area blasting a scalar radiation signal down for the normal non-radioactive isotope so it doesn't affect nature adversely, but if there's a radioactive isotope, it'll increase it's decay, so instead of it's T1 half being, let's say, 40 years or 60 years, it might be 20 days..."
-- Dr. Bill Deagle

RMorgan
4th May 2012, 17:28
Hey folks,

Am I the only one who, despite this situation being very tragic, thinks this is so ironic as well?

As I´ve commented on another forum, decades after the US dropped two atomic bombs on Japan, Japan is now counter attacking with the same technology, even if it´s unintentionally.

Things like this make me believe that even entire countries can suffer from karma, or the big guy out there has a very rigid sense of justice mixed with a very dark sense of humor.

Don´t get me wrong. I don´t think this is funny at all. I just think this is unbelievably ironic.

Cheers,

Raf.

Amzer Zo
4th May 2012, 18:45
Following up on my post above about Brown's gas:




Is Browns Gas practical?


People have developed generators, welding torches, and even car engines. One person drove around in a car for two years now using only water and a couple of batteries.

"When we run out of fuel (water), we go into the gas station and grab the hose and fill it up again. No money is ever paid for gasoline! We are now good for another 1,000 miles".
You can use implosion technology to decay radiation. Yull has a way, using Browns Gas to disintegrate radio active products and decreases their toxic decay "half life" process from millions of years to only seconds!!! - Why are scientists not using these principles to eliminate toxic radiation waist? "I don't know..." says Brown.



Yull discusses how the energy tycoons are only interested in getting money.



"Taking care of the world is secondary to them, money is first". The politician turns a blind eye, and continues to bury this poisonous toxic radiation from the nuclear generations plants. A machine that could eliminate radiation waste is only $100,000 (as compared to millions to just seal it and bury it). Where are their minds?



From: http://nottaughtinschools.com/Yull-Brown/Free-Energy-Interview.html




10) Directing the flame at Cobalt-60 radiation was reduced by 70% in the sample.
11) Directing the flame at Americium the radiation was reduced 96%.



http://www.svpvril.com/BGtest.jpeg
For more information on these test results (http://pacenet.homestead.com/Nucwaste.html) contact: The Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Inc.100 Bronson Ave, suite 1001Ottawa, Ontario K1R 6G8Canada(613) 236-6265 fax: (613) 235-5876



From: http://www.svpvril.com/svpweb9.html

AuCo
4th May 2012, 19:44
If I am not mistaken, David Wilcock once mentioned our ET friends helped neutralize the Chernobyl Disaster, did they not?

Well, we could wait for their help from yonder. Or,

We can check out our local guy, in the mean time Mr. Tom Beardon http://www.cheniere.org/patent%20application/claim.htm

Also, did Mr. Ralph Ring say Ottis Carr (?) accidentally discovered that germs, virus, cancer cells can be neutralized by frequency? Does that work on atomic particles? After all, all existence is nothing but vibrations, right?

How...ever, I truly believe that if Fukushima blows up tomorrow, it is intended so. And there won't be any remedy for it, just like no cures are let known for cancer. :(

778 neighbour of some guy
5th May 2012, 22:16
I plucked this of Sneakypedia, i was curious how many ( official)tests have been conducted since the introduction of nuclear weapons, i have seen some chart of it somewhere but cant remember where.( found it, it was a Youtube thing its in the post now)

Its quite sickening to know that the current (normal) background radiation is based on a false number, because errrrrrrrrrrrrr, without the nuclear tests the radiation levels would have been hunderds if not thousends of times lower then the standard for backgroundradiation as it is today ( meaning pre 1940`s). This is even without the radiation released from Chernobyl, Fukushima, depleted uranium ammunitions, dumped nuclear waste, sunk nuclear submarines etc etc.

Number of tests according to the wiki article by the way is..................2434???????????????????? ( official number, god knows how many unofficial ones have been conducted).

Below tests conducted between 1945 and 1998, tests after this time period are thus NOT incluided.

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Trinity and beyond part 1 to 7 should be on utube but i found it to be incomplete.

http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/trinity-beyond-atomic-bomb-mo...



Nuclear testing by countryMain article: List of nuclear weapons tests

Over 2,000 nuclear explosions have been conducted, in over a dozen different sites around the world.
"Baker Shot", part of Operation Crossroads, a nuclear test by the United States at Bikini Atoll in 1946The nuclear powers have conducted more than 2,000 nuclear test explosions (numbers are approximated, as some test results have been disputed):

United States: 1,054 tests by official count (involving at least 1,151 devices, 331 atmospheric tests), most at Nevada Test Site and the Pacific Proving Grounds in the Marshall Islands, with 10 other tests taking place at various locations in the United States, including Amchitka Alaska, Colorado, Mississippi, and New Mexico (see Nuclear weapons and the United States for details).[5]


Soviet Union: 715 tests (involving 969 devices) by official count,[6] most at Semipalatinsk Test Site and Novaya Zemlya, and a few more at various sites in Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and Ukraine.


France: 210 tests by official count (50 atmospheric, 160 underground[7]), four atomic atmospheric tests at C.E.S.M. near Reggane, 13 atomic underground tests at C.E.M.O. near In Ekker in the then-French Algerian Sahara, and nuclear atmospheric tests at Fangataufa and nuclear undersea tests Moruroa in French Polynesia. Additional atomic and chemical warfare tests took place in the secret base B2-Namous, near Ben Wenif, other tests involving rockets and missiles at C.I.E.E.S, near Hammaguir, both in the Sahara.


United Kingdom: 45 tests (21 in Australian territory, including nine in mainland South Australia at Maralinga and Emu Field, some at Christmas Island in the Pacific Ocean, plus many others in the United States as part of joint test series)[8]


China: 45 tests (23 atmospheric and 22 underground, at Lop Nur Nuclear Weapons Test Base, in Malan, Xinjiang)[9][10]


India: Six underground tests (including the first one in 1974), at Pokhran[citation needed].


Pakistan: Six underground tests, at Ras Koh Hills, Chagai District and Kharan Desert, Kharan District in Balochistan Province[citation needed].

North Korea: two tests at Hwadae-ri[citation needed].

Additionally, there may have been at least three alleged but unacknowledged nuclear explosions (see list of alleged nuclear tests). Of these, the only one taken seriously as a possible nuclear test is the Vela Incident, a possible detection of a nuclear explosion in the Indian Ocean in 1979.

From the first nuclear test in 1945 until tests by Pakistan in 1998, there was never a period of more than 22 months with no nuclear testing. June 1998 to October 2006 was the longest period since 1945 with no acknowledged nuclear tests.

Date Name Yield (kT) Country Significance

1945-07-16 Trinity 18-20 USA First fission device test, first plutonium implosion detonation

1945-08-06 Little Boy 12–18 USA Bombing of Hiroshima, Japan, first detonation of an enriched uranium gun-type device, first use of a nuclear device in military combat.

1945-08-09 Fat Man 18–23 USA Bombing of Nagasaki, Japan, as of this writing the last use of a nuclear device in military combat.

1949-08-29 RDS-1 22 USSR First fission weapon test by the USSR

1952-10-03 Hurricane 25 UK First fission weapon test by the UK

1952-11-01 Ivy Mike 10,400 USA First cryogenic fusion fuel "staged" thermonuclear weapon, primarily a test device and not weaponized

1953-08-12 Joe 4 400 USSR First fusion weapon test by the USSR (not "staged")

1954-03-01 Castle Bravo 15,000 USA First dry fusion fuel "staged" thermonuclear weapon; a serious nuclear fallout accident occurred

1955-11-22 RDS-37 1,600 USSR First "staged" thermonuclear weapon test by the USSR (deployable)

1957-11-08 Grapple X 1,800 UK First (successful) "staged" thermonuclear weapon test by the UK

1960-02-13 Gerboise Bleue 70 France First fission weapon test by France

1961-10-31 Tsar Bomba 50,000 USSR Largest thermonuclear weapon ever tested—scaled down from its initial 100 Mt design by 50%

1964-10-16 596 22 PR China First fission weapon test by the People's Republic of China

1967-06-17 Test No. 6 3,300 PR China First "staged" thermonuclear weapon test by the People's Republic of China

1968-08-24 Canopus 2,600 France First "staged" thermonuclear test by France

1974-05-18 Smiling Buddha 12 India First fission nuclear explosive test by India

1998-05-11 Pokhran-II 60[14] India First potential fusion/boosted weapon test by India; first deployable fission weapon test by India

1998-05-28 Chagai-I 40[15] Pakistan First fission weapon (boosted) test by Pakistan

2006-10-09 2006 North Korean nuclear test ~1 North Korea First fission plutonium-based device tested by North Korea; likely resulted as a fizzle

2009-05-25 2009 North Korean nuclear test 5–15 North Korea First successful fission device tested by North Korea


forget below image, my bad.

sygh
6th May 2012, 03:57
Japan is Nuke free for the first time since 1970. Reactor # 4 still leaking though...

http://www.commondreams.org/headline/2012/05/05-1#.T6VhV40h6OB.facebook

778 neighbour of some guy
6th May 2012, 11:44
Radiation Spreads Worlwide. The Poisoning of Mother Earth
Freedom Against Censorship Thailand (FACT)

Nuclear power "too cheap to meter"!

On April 12, Japan's nuclear safety agency raised the Fukushima meltdown to level 7, the highest category on the International Nuclear Event Scale. Level 7 was created expressly for the Chernobyl disaster, consisting of "a major release of radiation with a widespread health and environmental impact".

http://www.silverbearcafe.com/private/04.11/images/japan-nuclear-meltdown-spre.jpg

A recent study was prepared for Greenpeace Germany by international nuclear safety expert Dr. Helmut Hirsch. Dr. Hirsch's assessment, based on data published by the French government's radiation protection agency (IRSN) and the Austrian government's Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG) found that the total amount of unstable radionuclides Iodine-131 and Caesium-137 released between March 11 and March 23 has been so high that the Fukushima crisis already equates to three INES 7 incidents.

Release of radiation from the stricken reactors has reached 10,000 teraBequerels (10,000 trillion Bequerels) per hour, measured for radioactive Iodine-131.

YouTube: "President Obama: 'We Do Not Expect Harmful Levels of Radiation to Reach the U.S.'"

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Radiation in milk in Hawaii is now at least 2,033% above Federal drinking water safety limits. The US safety limit is 3 pCi/l (picoCuries per litre). Note this is the minimum percentage found over EPA requirements. This figure is reached by adding together the Caesium-134 (800%); −137 (633%); and Iodine-131 (600%) levels found in milk.

http://theintelhub.com/2011/04/11/japan-nuclear-radiation-in-hawaii-milk-2033-above-federal-drinking-water-limits/.

It should be noted the testing was performed on samples of organic milk.

Increased radiation has been reported in the municipal drinking water of at least 14 US cities. These are not restricted to the west coast of North America but have occurred in the US midwest and east coast. Where measured, rainwater in every US state and Canadian province have elevated radioactivity. In California, Geiger counter activity has trebled, from 7.5 to 22.5 clicks per minute.

Rainwater samples taken in San Francisco April 6 measured an increase of 18,100% above Federal standards and included measures of radioactive caesium and Tellurium-132. The west coast Canadian city of Vancouver ordered suspended all mobile radiation testing until further notice after levels of 10,000% safe levels of Iodine-131 were detected. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency refused to test British Columbia milk for radiation.

On April 4, Japanese government also has requested the Japan Meteorological Society and Japanese universities not to release data from radiation measurement to avoid "public panic". Rainwater samples have all demonstrated elevated concentrations of radioactive Tellurium-02, Ruthenium-04 and Technetium-04.

280 sensors to measure radiation release from atomic bomb testing were established under the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty in 1996. These sensors are detecting levels equivalent to Chernobyl releases. One scientist, Gerhard Wotawa, noted, "I've never seen data like this in my career."

So how do we deal with disaster? Austria, Germany, Canada and Australia have banned eight episodes of Matt Groening's US anime series, The Simpsons, dealing with nuclear crisis. The Simpsons, now in its 24th season with 480 episodes, has been one of the few outlets to show the greed of nuclear operators, grovelling toadies and a complacent public to a mainstream television audience. Meltdowns caused by jelly doughnuts!

See http://simpsons.wikia.com/wiki/Springfield_Nuclear_Power_Plant

Kopp Online, Xander News and other non-English news agencies are reporting that the EU implemented a secret "emergency" order without informing the public which increases the amount of radiation permitted in food by up to 20 times previous food standards.

According to EU bylaws radiation limits may be raised during a nuclear emergency to prevent food shortages.

http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2011/04/03/eu-secretly-implements-large-increases-food-radiation-limits-informing-public-13636/

Japan itself has now restricted rice planting in soil with more than 5,000 Becquerels per kilogram of radioactive caesium, the first time maximum radiation levels have been set for soil anywhere. The Fukushima prefectural government announced on April 6 that rice paddies 20-30 kilometers from the nuclear plant have shown as much as 15,031 Becquerels per kilogram of radioactive caesium.

It would appear TEPCO dumped 11,500 tons of radioactive runoff into the ocean, 100 times the permissible amount. Although the diplomatic corps was informed beforehand and the Japanese foreign minister stated the release does not violate international law, Iodine-131 was found in seawater at 7.5 million times and radioactive Caesium at 1.1 million times the legal limit. 60,000 tons of radioactive water remain.

In fact, such dumping clearly violates 1972 international law, the "Convention on the Prevention of Marine Pollution by Dumping of Wastes and Other Matter". As Natural News puts it, "Fukushima has become the dirty bomb of the Pacific."

Fish in nearby waters are now being measured at 4,000% above the Codex Alimentarius limits for Iodine-131 and 447% of Caesium-137. Radioactive caesium has a half-life of 30 years. Radiation levels for the isotope are not considered "safe" for 10 to 20 times longer. The caesium released today will remain dangerous six centuries from now.

When one takes into account the conveyor currents of the north Pacific, all seafood will become contaminated. Radioactive seaweed has been found in Puget Sound. Goodbye, sushi!

We're poisoning the mother of all life on Earth

The nuclear operator has offered $12 each in compensation to nearby residents. This paltry offer was refused. Economists at Tyler Durden has reported an inevitable economic collapse for Japan following a plunge from 52.9 to 46.4 in private mortgage insurance.

However, what we're seeing, according to the American NGO Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility is the application of new standards which will drastically raise the levels of radiation allowed in food, water, air and the general environment. Access to internal US Environmental Protection Agency communications has revealed a 1,000% increase for exposure to Strontium-90; a 3,000-100,000% rise for Iodine-131; a 25,000% rise for Nickel-63 in drinking water.

Any radiation has no safety threshold for human exposure and the EPA's own numbers state that 25% of people exposed to these "new acceptable levels" would develop cancers. The EPA is not required to make its deliberation public or debated by Congress; all that is required to make this Federal regulation is simple publication of the changes in the US government gazette, the Federal Register.

http://www.collapsenet.com/free-resources/collapsenet-public-access/item/723-fallout

This is being accomplished, of course, to protect the nuclear lobby and its stakeholders from threats to its financial health.

In addition to cancers, any radiation exposure correlates to an increase in immune system disorders. Thyroid diseases, diabetes, asthma, AIDS, hepatitis, multiple sclerosis, myalgic encephalomyelitis and a huge spectrum of non-specific neurological conditions are expected in the human population. Radioactive iodine attacks thyroid function while radioactive caesium mimics potassium uptake.

The 'Petkau effect' for ingestion of beta and alpha particles, discovered by Atomic Energy of Canada scientist Dr. Abram Petkau in 1972, draws ominous conclusions for human exposure. Dr. Petkau found that lower doses of ionising radiation are actually more efficient at disrupting human cell activity.

Uranium-234, previously unreported, has been detected in Hawaii, southern California and Seattle. This is likely to be a product of the alpha decay of the Plutonium-238 found in the Fukushima reactors but Plutonium-238, −239 and −240 have already been released into the atmosphere at Fukushima. Uranium-234 has a half-life 245,500 years, which means that radioactivity will be detectable for half a million years. There will certainly be no people to measure it! South Korea closed 130 schools starting April 7 due to radioactive rain at levels only 1/10 of California's.

A further Richter 7.1 aftershock on April 8 in Japan, the largest since the March 11 9.0 earthquake, negatively affected at least a further five Japanese nuclear power facilities to varying degrees but some with loss of power. Will Japan become a new Atlantis?

International shipping has also already been affected with many shipping lines avoiding Japan to prevent radioactive contamination. However, further reports indicate that some irradiated ships have been found in European ports. Japanese cars imported into Russia have been found to have high levels of radiation.

Some scientists have already declared northern Japan, including Tokyo, uninhabitable and recommended its evacuation. Radiation in Tokyo has been doubling every day since March 11. Video report:

http://vimeo.com/22003275 and http://vimeo.com/22003021. Evacuated to where, exactly?

On March 15, Germany bowed to enormous public protest and announced it will continue to phase out nuclear power and shut down, temporarily, seven of its oldest reactors. However, the final shutdown is not planned until 2020.

On April 12, China announced it was suspending all nuclear construction for 20 months, until December 2012. China had been expected to become the world's largest user of nuclear power, supporting 40% of new development.

www.globalresearch.ca

778 neighbour of some guy
6th May 2012, 11:51
This is from 2011.

http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2011/03/comparing-japans-radiation-release-to-background-radiation/

Comparing Japan’s Radiation Release to “Background Radiation”
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Apologists for the type of old, unsafe nuclear reactors which are leaking in Japan argue that the amount of radiation released from Fukushima is small compared to the amount of “background radiation”.

There Are NO Background Levels of Radioactive Caesium or Iodine

Wikipedia provides some details on the distribution of cesium-137 due to human activities:

Small amounts of caesium-134 and caesium-137 were released into the environment during nearly all nuclear weapon tests and some nuclear accidents, most notably the Chernobyl disaster. As of 2005, caesium-137 is the principal source of radiation in the zone of alienation around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Together with caesium-134, iodine-131, and strontium-90, caesium-137 was among the isotopes with greatest health impact distributed by the reactor explosion.

The mean contamination of caesium-137 in Germany following the Chernobyl disaster was 2000 to 4000 Bq/m2. This corresponds to a contamination of 1 mg/km2 of caesium-137, totaling about 500 grams deposited over all of Germany.Caesium-137 is unique in that it is totally anthropogenic. Unlike most other radioisotopes, caesium-137 is not produced from its non-radioactive isotope, but from uranium. It did not occur in nature before nuclear weapons testing began. By observing the characteristic gamma rays emitted by this isotope, it is possible to determine whether the contents of a given sealed container were made before or after the advent of atomic bomb explosions. This procedure has been used by researchers to check the authenticity of certain rare wines, most notably the purported “Jefferson bottles”.

As the EPA notes:

Cesium-133 is the only naturally occurring isotope and is non-radioactive; all
other isotopes, including cesium-137, are produced by human activity.

So there was no “background radiation” for caesium-137 before above-ground nuclear testing and nuclear accidents such as Chernobyl.

Japan has already, according to some estimates, released 50% of the amount of caesium-137 released by Chernobyl, and many experts say that the Fukushima plants will keep on leaking for months. See this and this. The amount of radioactive fuel at Fukushima dwarfs Chernobyl.

Likewise, iodine-131 is not a naturally occurring isotope. As the Encyclopedia Britannica notes:

The only naturally occurring isotope of iodine is stable iodine-127. An exceptionally useful radioactive isotope is iodine-131…

And New Scientist reports that huge quantities of iodine-131 are being released in Japan:

Austrian researchers have used a worldwide network of radiation detectors – designed to spot clandestine nuclear bomb tests – to show that iodine-131 is being released at daily levels 73 per cent of those seen after the 1986 disaster.

(Indeed, some experts are saying that the amount of radioactivity released in Japan already exceeds Chernobyl.)

Naturally-Occurring Radiation

There are, of course, naturally occurring radioactive materials.

But lumping all types of radiation together is misleading … and is comparing apples to oranges.

As the National Research Council’s Committee to Assess the Scientific Information for the Radiation Exposure Screening and Education Program explains:

Radioactivity generates radiation by emitting particles. Radioactive materials outside the the body are called external emitters, and radioactive materials located within the body are called internal emitters.

Internal emitters are much more dangerous than external emitters. Specifically, one is only exposed to radiation as long as he or she is near the external emitter.

For example, when you get an x-ray, an external emitter is turned on for an instant, and then switched back off.

But internal emitters steadily and continuously emit radiation for as long as the particle remains radioactive, or until the person dies – whichever occurs first. As such, they are much more dangerous.

Dr. Helen Caldicott and many other medical doctors and scientists have confirmed this. See this and this.

As Hirose Takashi notes:

All of the information media are at fault here I think. They are saying stupid things like, why, we are exposed to radiation all the time in our daily life, we get radiation from outer space. But that’s one millisievert per year. A year has 365 days, a day has 24 hours; multiply 365 by 24, you get 8760. Multiply the 400 millisieverts by that, you get 3,500,000 the normal dose. You call that safe? And what media have reported this? None. They compare it to a CT scan, which is over in an instant; that has nothing to do with it. The reason radioactivity can be measured is that radioactive material is escaping. What is dangerous is when that material enters your body and irradiates it from inside. These industry-mouthpiece scholars come on TV and what to they say? They say as you move away the radiation is reduced in inverse ratio to the square of the distance. I want to say the reverse. Internal irradiation happens when radioactive material is ingested into the body. What happens? Say there is a nuclear particle one meter away from you. You breathe it in, it sticks inside your body; the distance between you and it is now at the micron level. One meter is 1000 millimeters, one micron is one thousandth of a millimeter. That’s a thousand times a thousand: a thousand squared. That’s the real meaning of “inverse ratio of the square of the distance.” Radiation exposure is increased by a factor of a trillion. Inhaling even the tiniest particle, that’s the danger. [Interviewer] So making comparisons with X-rays and CT scans has no meaning. Because you can breathe in radioactive material.

[Takashi] That’s right. When it enters your body, there’s no telling where it will go. The biggest danger is women, especially pregnant women, and little children. Now they’re talking about iodine and cesium, but that’s only part of it, they’re not using the proper detection instruments. What they call monitoring means only measuring the amount of radiation in the air. Their instruments don’t eat. What they measure has no connection with the amount of radioactive material. . . .

There are few natural high-dose internal emitters. Bananas, brazil nuts and some other foods contain radioactive potassium-40, but in extremely low doses.

As the American Journal of Public Health noted in 1962:

Of the radioisotopes originally present in rock-type formations, some may become internal emitters through natural processes. They may be leached or dissolved into ground and surface waters, thus gaining access to man’s water and food supply. For either physical or biological reasons, only a few of the naturally radioactive heavy atoms are important sources of internal radiation exposure. The three most important are believed to be radium 226, the most abundant natural isotope of radium; lead 210, a daughter of radium 226 and of radon 222, and radium 228, a daughter of natural thorium.

Radon 222 has a half life of less than 4 days. Radium has a much longer half-life. However,radium ions do not form complexes easily, due to highly basic character of ions. Radium compounds are quite rare, occurring almost exclusively in uranium ores

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Some parts of the country are at higher risk of exposure to naturally-occurring radium than others. It is not only those built on top of uranium mines. For example, the American Journal of Public Health article notes:

Water derived from surface sources such as rivers, lakes, or wells penetrating unconsolidated sand or gravel deposits were, in general, found to contain considerably lower concentrations of radium 226 than wells penetrating deep sandstone formations of Cambrian or pre-Cambrian ages.

In contrast, cesium-137 – one of the main types of radioactivity being spewed by the Japanese plants – has a much longer half life, and can easily contaminate food and water supplies. As the New York Times noted recently:

Over the long term, the big threat to human health is cesium-137, which has a half-life of 30 years.

At that rate of disintegration, John Emsley wrote in “Nature’s Building Blocks” (Oxford, 2001), “it takes over 200 years to reduce it to 1 percent of its former level.”

It is cesium-137 that still contaminates much of the land in Ukraine around the Chernobyl reactor.

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Cesium-137 mixes easily with water and is chemically similar to potassium. It thus mimics how potassium gets metabolized in the body and can enter through many foods, including milk.

As the EPA notes in a discussion entitled ” What can I do to protect myself and my family from cesium-137?”:

Cesium-137 that is dispersed in the environment, like that from atmospheric testing, is impossible to avoid.

Radioactive iodine can also become a potent internal emitter. As the Times notes:

Iodine-131 has a half-life of eight days and is quite dangerous to human health. If absorbed through contaminated food, especially milk and milk products, it will accumulate in the thyroid and cause cancer.

The bottom line is that there is some naturally-occurring background radiation, which can – at times – pose a health hazard (especially in parts of the country with high levels of radioactive radon or radium).

But cesium-137 and radioactive iodine – the two main radioactive substances being spewed by the leaking Japanese nuclear plants – are not naturally-occurring substances, and can become powerful internal emitters which can cause tremendous damage to the health of people who are unfortunate enough to breathe in even a particle of the substances, or ingest them in food or water. Unlike low-levels of radioactive potassium found in bananas – which our bodies have adapted to over many years – cesium-137 and iodine 131 are brand new, extremely dangerous substances.

And unlike naturally-occurring internal emitters like radon and radium – whose distribution is largely concentrated in certain areas of the country – radioactive cesium and iodine are spreading not only nationally, but world-wide.

At the very least, it is important to note that each individual internal emitters behaves differently. They each accumulate in different places in the body, target different organs, mimic different vitamins and minerals, and are excreted differently (or not at all). Therefore, comparing radioactive cesium or iodine with naturally occurring radioactive substances – even those which can become internal emitters – is incorrect and misleading.

This is not to say that we’re all going to get cancer. Most of use probably won’t. This is solely an attempt to counter the misleading propaganda from apologists for old, unsafe nuclear reactors. For background information on “safe” radiation levels, see this.
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778 neighbour of some guy
6th May 2012, 12:16
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Kyoto Nuclear Professor: “There is no longer any such thing as clean and safe food” after radiation from Fukushima spread around planet — People who advanced nuclear power should be made to eat the extremely contaminated items.

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Press Conference on Fukushima Daiichi Disaster
May 4, 2012 10:00 am ET

Speaker: Hiroaki Koide, Nuclear Reactor Specialist and Assistant Professor at Kyoto University Research Reactor Institute.

Rush Transcript Excerpt

Koide: There is no such thing as clean food.

The Fukushima accident has happened and a tremendous amount of radiation has already been released and spread throughout the planet.

That’s why there is no longer any such thing as clean and safe food… our only choice is whether we accept that or not.

I do have one proposal:

… the people who advanced nuclear power be made to eat the extremely contaminated food.

People like the managing director of Tepco, or members of the parliament… academics who promoted nuclear power.

I’d like to build a system that feeds them with contaminated food.

But that’s not enough. I also have a proposal that the relatively contaminated food be feed to the adults that have accepted the nuclear power industry and the relatively uncontaminated food be fed to the children.

Saturday, May 05, 2012 05:51 +0900 (JST)

http://www3.nhk.or.jp/daily/english/20120505_04.html

shutting down last nuclear reactor

Japan's electricity will be nuclear-free for the first time in 42 years this Saturday when the country's last operating commercial reactor is shut down for regular inspections.

Officials at Hokkaido Electric Power Company say they will begin reducing the power output of the Number 3 reactor at the Tomari Nuclear Power Plant at about 5 PM. They plan to stop the reactor's generator at about 11 PM and complete the shutdown at about 2 AM on Sunday.

Power companies have submitted the results of stress tests on 19 offline reactors to the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency as part of steps to restart the reactors.

Central government officials say two offline reactors at the Ohi Nuclear Power Plant in Fukui Prefecture meet new safety requirements. They're trying to get people who live nearby to agree to a restart.

But there's no prospect of a restart of any of the country's 50 commercial reactors.

778 neighbour of some guy
6th May 2012, 12:20
http://theintelhub.com/2012/04/30/fukushima-on-steroids-japan-is-in-the-process-of-contaminating-the-entire-pacific-ocean/


This is interesting.

http://www.stormsurfing.com/cgi/display_alt.cgi?a=glob_250

778 neighbour of some guy
6th May 2012, 12:55
FUKUSHIMA CLASS ACTION for COLLECTIVE EVACUATION- WORLD CITIZENS TRIBUNAL

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778 neighbour of some guy
6th May 2012, 16:15
Japan is Nuke free for the first time since 1970. Reactor # 4 still leaking though...

http://www.commondreams.org/headline/2012/05/05-1#.T6VhV40h6OB.facebook

Good link,

50 reactors shut down, must have been a major chunk of energy, so how come japan is still running?

Makes me wonder, if they just can shut them down and at the same time keep their power supply up, what is powering Japan??

And can we have some of that too??


I Googled Cold fusion Japan, this is what i got.............

its from 2008 but there are more recent publications, feel free to drop them in here please, they even did a public demonstration in India, apparently they want it and are interested in the technology.

Here is the article,

Cold fusion success in Japan gets warm reception in India
dinsdag 27 mei 2008 7:02:48 by admin

By K.S. Jayaraman
Bangalore, May 27 (IANS) Researchers in Japan have given a live public demonstration of their cold fusion device, a historic experiment that is likely to revive global interest in this controversial method of energy generation that was earlier debunked as nonsense. A report in the California-based New Energy Times says the tabletop device built by Osaka University physicist Yoshiaki Arata and his associate Yue Chang Zhang continuously generated excess energy in the form of heat and also produced helium particles.

“The demonstration showed their method was highly reproducible,” the report quoted physicist Akito Takahashi, one of the 60 persons from industry and universities who witnessed it, as saying.

The demonstration held on May 22 has drawn immediate praise from Mahadeva Srinivasan, a cold fusion pioneer and formerly associate director of physics at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) in Mumbai.

“The cold fusion community is excited and is reverberating with news of a live public demo,” Srinivasan told IANS from Chennai. “The field is truly ripe for Indian labs to enter and it is hoped that we won’t miss the bus once again.”

The fusion process that powers the sun requires extreme temperature and pressure to force hydrogen nuclei fuse and release energy. Achieving fusion at room temperature was considered impossible until 1989 when American scientists Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons startled the world with their tabletop experiment.

They connected a battery to a pair of palladium electrodes immersed in a jar of water containing deuterium (heavier form of hydrogen) and showed their electrolytic cell produced heat energy in excess of what was consumed. They claimed that deuterium nuclei were being packed into the palladium’s lattice in such a way for fusion to take place.

Later it was shown by several groups including Srinivasan and Padmanabha Krishnagopala Iyengar at BARC in the early 1990s that the reaction produced tritium as well as helium indicating that cold fusion was real. However, further work at BARC was abandoned due to denunciation of cold fusion by mainstream scientists and the US government.

Srinivasan hopes that Arata’s public demonstration in Japan will give new birth to cold fusion research in India.

Arata, who is the recipient of Japan’s highest award, the Emperor’s Prize, is the first person to have performed thermonuclear fusion research in Japan. Arata and his colleague Zhang have been reporting their work on cold fusion at various conferences and in Japanese journals for the last 10 years.

In recent years, they have moved away from electrolysis and switched over to direct loading of deuterium gas into a matrix of zirconium oxide containing palladium nanoparticles. In their latest demonstration, they showed excess heat production commenced almost instantaneously when pure deuterium gas at high pressure was let in.

“The high operating temperature, instant response and reliability of this device make it the most practical form of cold fusion yet developed,” said Jed Rothwell, author of a popular book on cold fusion and another witness to the demonstration.

The Japanese demo comes three months after some of India’s leading nuclear physicists at a meeting in Bangalore formally recommended to the government to revive cold fusion research in India.

“The long neglect of this area (of research) by India must end now,” Malur Ramaswamy Srinivasan, former secretary to the Department of Atomic Energy, told the meeting held at the National Institute of Advanced Studies in Bangalore on Jan 9.

According to Mahadeva Srinivasan, the Central Electrochemical Research Institute in Karaikudi, the Indian Institute of Technology in Chennai, and the Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research near Chennai have shown interest in restarting the work.

He said the field of cold fusion (which has been renamed as low energy nuclear reactions or LENR) has matured sufficiently to claim recognition as a valid new branch of science.

“If all that is claimed by the LENR community is validated,” he said, “the prospects of this being developed into a ‘third alternative option’ for generating nuclear energy in the 21st century, besides fission and thermonuclear fusion, are bright.”

(K.S. Jayaraman can be contacted at killugudi@hotmail.com)


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GlassSteagallfan
6th May 2012, 23:07
It just blows my mind that there continues to be no mention of this in the main stream. I mean it's just insane!

Here's why:

http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2012/05/senator-fukushima-fuel-pool-is-a-national-security-issue-for-america.html

The theme of this blog: If the truth is told about Fukushima's #4 Mach I reactor, it will prompt a review of all U.S. Mach I and Mach II reactors. More than 30% of all nuclear power in the US is derived from Mach I & II plants.

The 'fix' (to the USA reactors alone) will cost 100's of millions of dollars and they simply don't want to pay it.

MacStar
7th May 2012, 05:39
It just blows my mind that there continues to be no mention of this in the main stream. I mean it's just insane!

Blows our mind too in Australia!

Mike Adams today:
http://www.naturalnews.com/035789_Fukushima_Cesium-137_Plume-Gate.html
http://www.naturalnews.com/035788_Fukushima_United_Nations_radiation.html
From above link:
"(NaturalNews) Kyoto, Japan -- On 30 April, seventy-two Japanese NGO organizations lead by Shut Tomari and Green Action send an urgent request to the UN and Japanese government urging immediate action to stabilize the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Unit 4 spent nuclear fuel. The letter was endorsed by experts from Japan and abroad.

The letter warned that the seriously damaged Unit 4 spent nuclear fuel pool contains Cesium-137 (Cs-137) that is equivalent to 10 times the amount released at the time of the Chernobyl nuclear accident. If an earthquake or other event were to cause this pool to drain, this could result in a catastrophic radiological fire.

The letter urged the United Nations to organize a Nuclear Safety Summit to take up the crucial problem of the Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 spent nuclear fuel pool. The letter stated that the United Nations should establish an independent assessment team on Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 and coordinate international assistance in order to stabilize the unit's spent nuclear fuel and prevent radiological consequences with potentially catastrophic consequences.

Letters were sent to both UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, the latter asking that Japan ask immediately for the UN's help.

Nearly all of the 10,893 spent fuel assemblies at the Fukushima Daiichi plant sit in pools vulnerable to future earthquakes, with roughly 85 times more long-lived radioactivity than released at Chernobyl.

Kaori Izumi of Shut Tomari stated, "Fukushima Daiichi is no longer a Japanese issue but is an international issue. It is imperative for the Japanese government and the international community to work together on this crisis before it becomes too late."

Nuclear experts from the US and Japan such as Arnie Gundersen, Robert Alvarez, Hiroaki Koide, Masashi Goto, and Mitsuhei Murata, a former Japanese ambassador to Switzerland, and, Akio Matsumura, a former UN diplomat have continually warned against the high risk of the Fukushima Unit 4 spent nuclear fuel pool.

Shut Tomari and Green Action are seeking endorsements from civil organizations abroad (deadline 20 May). More Japanese civil organizations are expected to sign on in addition to the seventy-two organizations. (Deadline for signatures: 20 May.)

For full text of letter/endorsements/signatories, see: http://wp.me/p1FMPy-B6

Press release issued by:
Shut Tomari (Japan),
1-2, 6-4 Higashisapporo, Shiroishi-ku, Sapporo 003-0006 Japan
TEL: +81-90-2695-1937 FAX:+81-11-826-3796 email: kaori-izumi@ta3.so-net.ne.jp
Green Action (Japan),
Suite 103, 22-75 Tanaka Sekiden-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8203 Japan
Tel: +81-75-701-7223 Fax: +81-75-702-1952 email: info@greenaction-japan.org "
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Japan's last nuclear reactor shuts down today, a year after Fukushima disaster

From: AFP
May 05, 2012 4:03PM


Fukushima

Since last year's March 11 quake and tsunami set off a meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear power station, no Japanese reactor stopped for checkups has gone back into operation. Source: AP

THE last working nuclear reactor in Japan is to be switched off today, leaving the country without nuclear power just over a year after the world's worst atomic accident in a quarter of a century.

As technicians ready to close down the Number 3 unit at Tomari in Hokkaido, the debate over whether Japan needs nuclear power has been reignited, amid increasingly shrill warnings of summer power blackouts.

Hokkaido Electric Power, which runs the plant, said they would begin inserting control rods today that would halt the chain reaction and bring the reactor to “cold shutdown” some time on Monday.

The shuttering will mark the first time since the 1970s that resource-poor and energy-hungry Japan has been without nuclear power, a technology that had provided a third of its electricity until meltdowns at Fukushima.

The tsunami-sparked disaster forced tens of thousands of people from their homes in an area around the plant, some of whom may never be allowed to return.
Rec Coverage 28 Day pass

It did not directly claim any lives, but has devastated the local economy, leaving swathes of land unfarmable as radiation spewed from the ruins.

With the four reactors at Fukushima crippled by the natural disaster, public suspicion of nuclear power grew, so much so that no reactor shut for routine safety checks has since been allowed to restart.

“A new Japan with no nuclear power has begun,'' said Gyoshu Otsu, a 56-year-old monk who joined a protest against nuclear power in front of the industry ministry in Tokyo which supervises the nation's power utilities.

“Generating nuclear power is like a criminal act as a lot of people are still suffering,'' said Otsu, wearing white Buddhist clothes. “If we allow the situation as it is now, another accident will occur.''

Protest organiser Masao Kimura said: “It's a symbolic day today. Now we can prove that we will be able to live without nuclear power".

When the fission reaction stops tonight, Japan's entire stable of 50 reactors will be offline, despite increasingly urgent calls from the power industry and bodies like the OECD, who fear dire consequences for the world's third largest economy.

Last month, Kansai Electric Power, which supplies mid-western Japan, including the commercial hubs of Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe, said a hot summer could see supply fall nearly 20 percent short of demand.

Kyushu Electric Power, covering an area further west, as well as Hokkaido Electric Power also said they will struggle as air conditioning gets cranked up in Japan's sweltering summer.

Kansai Electric last month booked a $US3 billion ($2.9 billion) annual loss, turning around a $US1.5 billion profit the year earlier on the increased cost of using previously mothballed thermal fuel plants.

A week earlier, Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda's government gave the green light to restarting reactors at the Oi nuclear plant, run by Kansai Electric, but regulators still have to convince those living near the plant.

In order to be fired up again, reactors must now pass International Atomic Energy Agency-approved stress tests and get the consent of their host communities. It is this last hurdle that is proving hardest to overcome.

Critics of nuclear power say Japan has managed thus far with its ever dwindling pool of reactors and need not look back.

Environmental campaign group Greenpeace said Friday the country should concentrate on ramping up renewables and boosting energy efficiency.

“Despite the closure of all reactors, security of electricity supply is not threatened in Japan,'' said Hisayo Takada, Greenpeace Japan climate and energy campaigner.

“The 2012 summer peak in electricity demand can be managed with energy efficiency, proper load balancing, and energy conservation.''

Takada said recent warnings that another big earthquake could strike seismically volatile Japan at any time meant the technology was not to be trusted."
SOURCE:http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/japans-last-nuclear-reactor-shuts-down-today-a-year-after-fukushima-disaster/story-e6frg6so-1226347555389
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"Japan nuclear-free, for now
Evacuees in protective suits remember the Fukushima disaster. http://www.abc.net.au/news/image/3882520-3x2-285x207.jpg

http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/abcasiapacificnews/video/japannuke_0505.flv
VIDEO from Australia Network News
Japan switches off final nuclear reactor

Created: 05/05/2012

Last Updated: Sat, 5 May 2012 18:59:00 +1000

A Japanese power firm has started switching off the country's last working reactor, leaving it without nuclear power for the first time in four decades.

Hokkaido Electric Power, which operates the Tomari plant, said they expected to bring the reactor to a "cold shutdown" some time on Monday.

Nuclear technology had provided a third of Japan's electricity until last year's tsunami sparked meltdowns at the Fukushima plant.

The disaster forced tens of thousands of people from their homes in an area around the plant -- some of whom may never be allowed to return.

It did not directly claim any lives, but has devastated the local economy, leaving swathes of land unfarmable as radiation spewed from the ruins.

Public suspicion of nuclear power has increased since the the four reactors at Fukushima were crippled, so much so that no reactor shut for routine safety checks has been allowed to restart.

Summer worries
Power providers have warned a hot summer could see supply fall nearly 20 per cent short of demand.

Kansai Electric, which supplies the commercial hubs of Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe, recently posted a $US3 billion annual loss, citing the increased cost of using thermal fuel plants. The previous year they posted a profit of around $1.5 billion.

Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda's government has given the green light to restarting reactors at the Oi nuclear plant, run by Kansai Electric, but regulators still have to convince those living near the plant.

In order to be fired up again, reactors must now pass International Atomic Energy Agency-approved stress tests and get the consent of their host communities.

Environmental concern
Critics of nuclear power say Japan has managed thus far with its ever dwindling pool of reactors and need not look back.

Environmental campaign group Greenpeace said the country should concentrate on ramping up renewables and boosting energy efficiency.

"The 2012 summer peak in electricity demand can be managed with energy efficiency, proper load balancing, and energy conservation," Greenpeace Japan spokesman Hisayo Takada said.

More than 5,000 demonstrators staged a rally in Tokyo on Saturday to oppose nuclear power.

"We have to take action now so that Fukushima should be the last nuclear accident not only in Japan but all over the world," said Mizuho Fukushima, of the opposition Social Democratic Party, at the rally."
SOURCE:http://www.radioaustralianews.net.au/stories/201205/3496250.htm?desktop
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NOTE:NOT MSM!

Fukushima Nuclear Crisis Update for May 1st – May 3rd, 2012
Blogpost by Christine McCann - May 4, 2012 at 2:47 1 comment

Here’s the latest of our news bulletins from the ongoing crisis at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

State of Nuclear Politics in Japan

Japan’s last remaining nuclear reactor, #3 at the Tomari nuclear power plant in Hokkaido Prefecture, will go offline on Saturday, marking the first time since 1970 that all nuclear reactors in the country are idle, and only the second time that has happened since the nation first began using nuclear power in 1966. “Despite the closure of all reactors, security of electricity supply is not threatened in Japan. The 2012 summer peak in electricity demand can be managed with energy efficiency, proper load balancing, and energy conservation,” said Hisayo Takada, Greenpeace Japan Climate and Energy Campaigner. “The Fukushima Daiichi disaster has shown us that Japan’s nuclear plants and surrounding institutions are in no shape to deal with another major earthquake—which experts warn is almost certain to happen in the next few years,” said Takada. “Should another meltdown occur, it is likely that it will break the back of Japan’s economy, and many more people will suffer. It is simply not worth the risk when the clean and safe alternative of renewable energy is at our fingertips.”

A new study by Kyodo News shows that electric power companies made 28.7 billion yen ($360 million) in contributions to at least 60 local governments over the past five years through March 31, 2012—and then passed those costs onto consumers, calling them “necessary costs for power generation.” In essence, consumers footed the bill for monies paid to coax cities into hosting power plants. The investigation revealed 650 payments, although many of the donations were made anonymously, and because the government does not require utilities to publicly declare the donations, that number may actually be far higher.

Japan’s “Cool Biz” campaign began this week, a month early, in an effort to conserve power. The initiative encourages workers to dress more casually in cooler clothing, drink water, and use fans rather than air conditioning. Normally, Cool Biz run from June through September, but this year, it began in May and will continue through October.

State of the Reactors

A new examination of the operation manual for the chief worker on duty at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant reveals that TEPCO changed the manual to advise against immediately using isolation condensers to cool reactors in the case of a nuclear disaster, and instead, advised opening the main steam safety relief valve. Experts say that move may have exacerbated the crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi plant. “Opening the safety relief valves abruptly could cause a sharp reduction in pressure and boil the water in the reactor. That could create a situation akin to heating an empty kettle on the stove. If the isolation condensers had been fully functional they could have obstructed the development of the crisis,” said Toyoshi Fuketa, who is deputy director of the Nuclear Safety Research Center at the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA). Isolation condensers are also located at the Tsuruga Nuclear Power Plant, but that manual contradicts TEPCO’s, and advises workers to use the condensers immediately.

TEPCO

Only 45% of TEPCO’s business customers have agreed to pay a recent 17% rate hike, revealing widespread frustration with the utility and raising questions about whether or not the government will approve a 10% rate increase for residential customers this summer. In the meantime, the Kawaguchi Chamber of Commerce in Saitama Prefecture has filed a request with Japan’s Fair Trade Commission in an effort to protest the rate increase, claiming an abuse of TEPCO’s monopoly on power sales in the region.

Efforts to Restart Oi Reactors

After meeting with Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI) officials, Kyoshi Yamada, a Kyoto official who leads the municipal crisis team, said that the government has failed to convince his team that restarting reactors #3 and #4 at the Oi power plant in Fukui Prefecture is safe. He criticized the new standards, saying it was unclear how much the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) had participated in crafting them, and implied that Kansai Electric, which operates the plant, had too much input. Yamada noted that the revised standards do not reflect concerns of local residents, who remain unconvinced that the reactors are not at risk for a nuclear accident.

Meanwhile, officials from both METI and NISA encountered strong resistance when they met with representatives from the town of Obama in Fukui Prefecture. Regular citizens were barred from attending the meeting due to space constraints at the venue. The meeting was attended by 122 representatives from the city assembly, parent-teacher organizations, and the farming, forestry, and fisheries industries. Attendees criticized the fact that the government has no adequate evacuation plans in spite of the fact that the area around the plant has few roads and is serviced by only one train line. Twenty thousand people live within 10 km of the Oi power plant; of these, 70% live in Obama. The vast majority of these were not admitted to the meeting. One resident said, “I have tons of questions to ask the government. But we do not even have an opportunity to ask them. My fears are turning to distrust.”

Jakucho Setouchi, a Buddhist nun and novelist, is participating in an ongoing hunger strike by anti-nuclear activists who have been protesting the restart of the Oi reactors in front the of the Industry Ministry since last Fall. Setouchi, who is 89 years old, said, “I can’t hand over the current Japan to the younger generation,” noting that the country has never been in worse shape during her lifetime.

Contamination

Testing by the Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare revealed excessive levels of radioactive cesium in 337 samples of 51 different foods over the course of the last month. On April 1, the Ministry lowered the legal cesium limit for general foods to 100 Bq/kg. Contaminated foods included ****ake mushrooms, bamboo shoots, wild fern plant, wild butterbur buds, sea bass, and flatfish. Fifty-five of these samples exceeded 500 Bq/kg. No drinking water or baby food samples exceeded government limits.

Decontamination

Yukio Edano, the head of METI, has signed an agreement with Aset Isekeshev, head of Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Industry and New Technologies, to allow Toshiba Corporation to research decontamination methods at Kazakhstan’s atomic energy institute, Semipalatinsk. The Soviet Union conducted over 400 nuclear tests there beginning in 1949. Toshiba is hoping to use the information to assist with decontamination at the Fukushima Daiichi plant, as well as to prevent further nuclear disasters.

Other Nuclear News

An activist from Greenpeace, using a paraglider, circled the Bugey nuclear plant and dropped a smoke bomb onto the roof of a reactor, in an effort to highlight the vulnerability of France’s nuclear plants to airplane crashes and terrorist attacks. The plant is operated by EDF. Nuclear power is playing a major role in the country’s upcoming presidential elections; the action occurred just hours before a televised debate between President Nicolas Sarkozy and candidate Francois Hollande. Sophia Majnoni d’Intignano, Nuclear Campaigner at Greenpeace France, said, “This over flight shows the vulnerability of the French nuclear site to an air attack. While Germany took account of a plane crash in it’s [reactor] safety tests, France still refuses to analyze this risk for our reactors.”
SOURCE:http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/news/Blogs/nuclear-reaction/fukushima-nuclear-crisis-update-for-may-1st-m/blog/40267/
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And this is all we have from the mobile phone network news from Japan:

Fatal Tornado Strikes Japan
May 6, 2012; 3:00 PM ET

http://vortex.accuweather.com/adc2004/pub/includes/columns/newsstory/2012/300x199_05061539_ap12050606768.jpg
People look at damaged buildings after a tornado struck Tsukuba city, northeast of Tokyo, Sunday, May 6, 2012. The tornado tore through the area, injuring at least 30 people, destroying dozens of homes and leaving thousands more without electricity. (AP Photo/Yomiuri Shimbun, Tetsu Joko)

A deadly tornado struck the Japanese city of Tsukuba on Sunday, leaving devastation in its wake. Over 30 were injured, with at least one death, the AP reports.

Tsukuba, a city only 40 miles away from Tokyo, took considerable damage, with over 200 homes damaged by the twister.

The one death from the tornado was a 14-year old boy. Details about how the boy died have not been released, other than that he died in the Tsukuba Medical Center from injuries obtained during the storm.

Outside of the direct damage caused by the lethal tornado, the storm's lightning and gusty winds knocked out power to over 24,000 homes, according to the Tokyo Electric Power Company.

While Japan is more famously known for its many intense earthquakes, severe weather does occur on the islands from time to time.
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This video of the tornado that hit the Japanese city of Tuskuba was taken by YouTube user Junko Tateishi
by, Meteorologist Evan Duffy
SOURCE:http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/fatal-tornado-strikes-japan/64849
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Not that this was on the mobile network in this depth,just a smal snippet of onfo and the numbers were incorrect according to this page.
Has this even been discussed yet?
Just found out from my Partner as She reads the Mobile News,then we re0check the Net for more.

Lots of High Profilers have been moving to NZ and other places South for a while,James Cameron being one of them....this raised alarm bells for us at home considering his,Movies,his Deep Sea Diving conquest and with his latest investment:
http://www.smh.com.au/technology/sci-tech/google-execs-and-james-cameron-to-mine-asteroids-20120423-1xflj.html

Makes Barry Wonder as we say here.

blufire
7th May 2012, 16:50
I very strongly that all other threads should be locked down until this thread and other threads supporting the nuclear fallout from Fukushima are taken more seriously.

I am mortified that very few seem to understand that millions are dying right NOW . . . a very slow death from horrible cancers and radiation poisoning.

Are we all so lulled to sleep, numb and just plain stupid that we do not understand every living being is being radiated now and we will suffer an ELE event if there is another earthquake in Japan.

wynderer
7th May 2012, 17:14
bump -- yes, i think most are too dumbed down etc -- in fact i was thinking of starting a thread called 'Are the Timelines Already Diverging?


I very strongly that all other threads should be locked down until this thread and other threads supporting the nuclear fallout from Fukushima are taken more seriously.

I am mortified that very few seem to understand that millions are dying right NOW . . . a very slow death from horrible cancers and radiation poisoning.

Are we all so lulled to sleep, numb and just plain stupid that we do not understand every living being is being radiated now and we will suffer an ELE event if there is another earthquake in Japan.

778 neighbour of some guy
8th May 2012, 08:49
The lack off interest in this thread is truly mindblowing,

is either the news presented so scary people dont even want to contemplate the impact it will have and allready has?

Or i cant see radiation therefore it is not there, i will worry about my thyroid gland when i need to buy XXXlarge turtleneck sweaters to hide them?

Or is becoming infertile not a problem for you because you dont like kids anyway and do you not give a rats ass about the generations after we are gone?

And really people................ this hoping for ET/ED/Divine intervention is ridiculous in this particular case ( and many others too by the way), dont you think that if they had the best in mind for us, this whole disaster would not have happened anyway? ( either we are protected from harm, or we are not).

Or do people just want to be left the f@ck alone because live is hard enough as it is?

Or do we allready think we are beyond rescue from all of the above?

Or is the bringer of any realistic bad news viewed like just another turd in some random punchbowl wich was already filled with floaters who are less hallelujah then the general desperate wishfull thinking consensus currently present at this otherwise great forum? Even the nay sayers to Drake, ascention, the financial situation, DW, BF dont seem to pay attention to the in this thread presented subject.

Anyway, to me this means................ DRAKE...........IS........... a mayor distraction from other serious issues which allready ARE present and CAN be discussed WITHOUT speculation, simply because the fact IS, RADIATION is HIGHER then ever before ( previously set standard levels are being raised on a global scale to make everything look like there is nothing to see here, please move along), i feel we can can get a lot of data rise to the surface when we making finding the data a collective efford. It just takes a few diggers more who know what they are looking for, so if you feel you can dig something up and you know what you are talking about, PLEASE RISE TO THIS OCCASION.

We are screwed enough as it is allready, lets please get something good out of this subject, no world changes will do you any good when you are not alive to live a healthy life and thrive on this planet.

7 billion people will stand a better change or at least be better informed about whats really going on.

Thank you.

It is my hope and sincere wish this will be adressed.

jorr lundstrom
8th May 2012, 11:22
Well Beast, if you call 4253 visitors a lack of interest, I find that

mindblowing. LOL

My best friends wife, living 50 meters away discovered 3 weeks

ago that she has 3 tumours in her lungs, 1 on right shoulder,

1 at the center of the spine. WE (she) lives with this on a daily

basis. Im totally convinced that a lot of radioactve particles are

showering down on us all the time. We ( I and Maria) are taking

Potassium iodine, daily. We grow our own food, which doesnt mean

that they are free from toxins, including radioactive fallouts. We are all

the time surrounded and penetrated by at least 100 000 different and

mostly very little known chemicals. We are not going to run to the southern

hemisphere, and not anywhere else.

If we will survive, it´ll be here under those circumstances.

But could you please ask those multicriminal companies

to stop the Japanese fallout and maybe take another deep

look at all the other stupidities they are up to?

If you, yourself is gonna take some constructive actions for

or against anything, I wish you good luck with that.


All is well


Jorr 2.0

778 neighbour of some guy
8th May 2012, 11:41
Well Beast, if you call 4253 visitors a lack of interest, I find that

mindblowing. LOL

My best friends wife, living 50 meters away discovered 3 weeks

ago that she has 3 tumours in her lungs, 1 on right shoulder,

1 at the center of the spine. WE (she) lives with this on a daily

basis. Im totally convinced that a lot of radioactve particles are

showering down on us all the time. We ( I and Maria) are taking

Potassium iodine, daily. We grow our own food, which doesnt mean

that they are free from toxins, including radioactive fallouts. We are all

the time surrounded and penetrated by at least 100 000 different and

mostly very little known chemicals. We are not going to run to the southern

hemisphere, and not anywhere else.

If we will survive, it´ll be here under those circumstances.

But could you please ask those multicriminal companies

to stop the Japanese fallout and maybe take another deep

look at all the other stupidities they are up to?

If you, yourself is gonna take some constructive actions for

or against anything, I wish you good luck with that.


All is well


Jorr 2.0


Noted Jorr, the amount of visitors is not the problem, there are plenty. its the lack of response, just look at the times i posted, i found out a lot in just about ONE hour, not very much effort was put into that, sitting on my ass and dig a bit ( the digging is limited due my lack off computer skills).

I am sorry about your best friends wife, this must put a heavy toll on everybody involved especially her, i hope she is at least doing reasonably well and receives the care and love she needs at this time.

Radiation is raining down all the time allright, taking the potassium iodine is a good thing.

I did not suggest everybody should be running to the southern hemisphere ( crowds up pretty quick with not a lot of room to grow some veggies left).

I am sure lots of people allready asked the large multinationals to change their ways etc etc, did not help ( see current situation) I did not ask for people to butt heads with corporations in my above post, what i asked for was maybe, just maybe a hour of their time and see what they can come up with information wise.

All the speculation on my part about the how comes and why`s people seem to be less interested in this information was just and only that, speculation on my part, it were my questions ( and only a few).

I too see myself limited to the few skills i have and its not possible to expect from anybody as a single person to make the change, but thank you for wishing me well while i try, feel free to join in. ( this invitation is ment for everybody off course, welcome!!)

The bottom of my previous post was at least pretty clear, a request for people who know were and what to look for to participate in pulling up information and posting it, the whole previous text might be read as a provocation or an invitation.

Thank you for your response.

ED

benevolentcrow
8th May 2012, 20:43
I think what we are dealing with is so overwhelming that it is so overwhelming. All of the supplements to remember to take, all of the things to look out for, all of it.

I am just posting because this is way down on the PA food for thought chain.

How many out there can afford to move to the way down south, much less convince all of their family to if they could afford it.

Then is all of the so called alternative sources reliable? We have been misguided before, (Charles fiasco) just to name one. Those that have have been around here for a bit have seen a lot that is a flash in the pan. Is there a truly reliable source out there?

Not to make light of the situation, serious indeed...

panopticon
9th May 2012, 08:02
G'day All,

Before I post anything I want to say that it is, in my view, always important to present an anti-nuclear dialogue. The history of radiation exposure (whether deliberate, accidental or through negligence) by Corporations and Governments throughout the world is something that should always be bought to the forefront and must, again in my opinion, be remembered. The way in which the various societal discursive processes are framed is directly influenced by very powerful, controlling and wealthy groups who want any opposition to the "nuclear option" put in the extremist/activist classification. Until the tragic sequence of events at Fukushima this had been largely successful.

An opponent of the "nuclear industry" for nearly four decades, Helen Caldicott (http://www.helencaldicott.com/about/) (yet another Australian by the way, we really are opinionated colonials ain't we) has been a vocal advocate for the medical professions fight against any acceptance of a "nuclear option" for reasons of war, energy and certain medical practices. The following talk was given by her at the 'Chernobyl Congress 2011' to a group of her peers, all medical practitioners, a month after the Japanese tsunami (that led to the Fukushima accident). The talk is titled "The Medical and Political Implications of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle" and includes EMP's, Yeltsin, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, the reptilian brain, and much more (it really is an exceptional presentation though please remember that she is talking to a certain "crowd" if you don't agree with aspects of her presentation):


http://vimeo.com/22579986
http://vimeo.com/22579986

The IPPNW report on Chernobyl ('The Health Effects Of Chernobyl: 25 Years After the Reactor Catastrophy (http://www.chernobylcongress.org/fileadmin/user_upload/pdfs/chernob_report_2011_en_web.pdf)') mentioned by Stubblebine is available from the Chernobyl Congress (http://www.chernobylcongress.org/) website. For those interested much of the source information for Stubblebine's video appears to come from Akio Matsumura (http://akiomatsumura.com/2012/04/682.html).
Kind Regards, :yo:
Panopticon

MacStar
9th May 2012, 16:37
Thanks panopticon,many here in Australia seem to think that this is not a big deal for us...well yet anyway as we are NOT getting any decent MSM coverage,as you would know.

I'm spreading the word as much as I can here on local Forums as I hope you are too.

Not just because of our safety, but we are talking about real people suffering overseas AND if this thing goes off, some seem to think that it will only effect a certain area of the world when this is clearly not the case.

I hate to say it but a lot of Aussies are just too layed back,something I hate to admit.

I just found another site that peeps here might be interested to know about:
http://www.fairewinds.com/fukushima

This situation haunts me everyday now as I'm learning more and more, but thanks for all the info on protection and treatments too.

To those who are suffering,my heart goes out to you.

Thanks to Bill for bringing this to light and to all those who have contributed thus far...it makes me proud not only to be an Avalonian,but to be a part of the caring Human Race.

Fredenit
9th May 2012, 17:32
Hello Fire Dragon,
I agree whole heartedly with you, reactor no.4 was emptied and was undergoing repairs at the time of the Earthquake, although it had some serious damage it was repaired, so why are we getting this story now. I Know Jim Stone has some answers to this and think people should look at other sources of information before making a conclusion go to :- http://www.jimstonefreelance.com/fukushima1.html

benevolentcrow
9th May 2012, 17:51
One of the more reliable sources of information. Latest video posted on May 8th 2012

Fairewinds' Chief Engineer Arnie Gundersen and Boston Chemical Data Corporation’s Founder Marco Kaltofen have an in-depth conversation regarding the challenges of measuring radiation exposures to people around the globe. Kaltofen explains the scientific methodology involved in accurately analyzing and measuring radioactive releases from Fukushima Daiichi, including the impact of hot particles on human physiology.


http://vimeo.com/41657649

Amzer Zo
9th May 2012, 20:27
What if... just, what if both sides were completely correct?

Yeah, that's right:

1) No or very little radiations due to Fukushima

2) Radiation levels increasing worldwide

Both correct and accurate!

How come?

Well, here is Ken Adachi and ZS Livingstone analysis of the situation (http://educate-yourself.org/lte/japanradiationpropagandatsunami02may12.shtml):




Let me remind you of the main points I've been stressing about the March 11, 2011 attack on Japan starting with my first article posted on March 12, 2011, ONE day after the attack:


http://educate-yourself.org/cn/japanquakemanufactured12mar11.shtml


1. The "tsunami" was caused by the detonation of an undersea nuclear bomb that caused a sea surge, but not a genuine tsunami, similar to that reported by Joe Vialls with the December 26, 2004 Boxer Day, Sumatra "tsunami. (http://replay.waybackmachine.org/20080712062324/http://www.vialls.com/subliminalsuggestion/tsunami.html)" The March 11, 2011 Japan undersea nuclear detonation caused a great volume of sea water that had surged onto the northern Japan coast to be highly radioactive and it naturally contaminated whatever the seawater had touched: land, people, buildings, fish, seaweed, etc.


2.There was no Richer 9 earthquake, otherwise there would have been thousands of buildings that would have crumbled into rubble and the people in northern Japan would not have been calmly walking around and driving their cars and trucks along coastal roads as the sea water surged in to overtake them - as we've all seen on the Youtube videos posted from Japan.


The largest quake (and there were many of them before, during, and after March 11) was likely in the 6.7 - 7.1 range. These quakes were being stimulated ARTIFICIALLY, in large measure, by spaced based weapon platforms (yes, I know I can't prove that).


3. The nuclear facility at Daiichi in Fukushima prefecture did not suffer any earthquake damage and very little (if any) flooding, but rather was intentionally SABOTAGED on March 11, 2011, The so-called 'hydrogen gas' explosion of reactor #3 was not an explosion of hydrogen gas, but rather an explosion caused by a mini nuclear device that was pre-planted in the Daiichi reactor facility. This was reported on my web site on March 14, 2011, TWO days after the Japan attack, by ZS Livingstone.


http://educate-yourself.org/zsl/japanreactorexplosions14mar11.shtml (http://educate-yourself.org/zsl/japanreactorexplosions14mar11.shtml)


4. I had previously reported on my web site and during radio interviews that radioactive iodine has been part of chemtrail spraying over North America for at least 5 years. The elevated readings in background radiation being reported in North America is not due to radiation from Fukushima, but rather from radiation particles being dropped with chemtrails. If there are 'Bucky balls' of radioactive particles being detected in the atmosphere of North America, then it's nano technology coming from chemtrail spray planes flying over our heads dumping their daily loads of toxins, and not from Fukushima, Japan.


By the way, the occasional report of elevated radioactive iodine or cesium in one or two isolated water supply sources for the Tokyo area that were in the news in the days and weeks following March 11, were also the products of sabotage, I believe.


The Japan radiation fear campaign is yet another Illuminated production, just like 9/11 or the January, 2011 Haiti (nuke-caused) earthquake. We are being deceived by PROPAGANDISTS working in the interest of promoting the Japan radiation psyops for the same Illuminated con artists who brought us Peak Oil (http://educate-yourself.org/cn/peakoilindex.shtml), Global warming (http://educate-yourself.org/lte/globalwarming13sep06.shtml), the CO2 green house environmental 'crisis', melting arctic glaciers, soon-to-be-extinct polar bears, Global Warming-caused rising waters of small, low elevation islands, the "ozone hole" of the 1980s due to the escape of inexpensive CFCs to be conveniently replaced by Dupont's expensive refrigerant substitute, etc., etc., etc.


We're being played yet again and it's annoying to see so many people readily buy into the bin-Laden style cover story while simultaneously expressing disdain and indignation with the lone voice or two who suggests that it's an inside job.


It would be nice if a few other web sites besides mine, Ben Fulford, Jim Stone, and Dutchsinse at Youtube, took some initiative and researched for themselves the ample evidence available on the internet that easily disproves much of the hyped, alarmist radiation fear mongering coming from Shimatsu, Busby, Gundersen, Moret, Jones, et al.


Sincerely, Ken


... and:




[Fukushima related radiation doom & gloom screed from Mark Sircus]
***
Hi Steve,
Yes, I posted many articles from March 12, 2011 onwards, and did many radio shows in 2011, that addressed the subject of the Fukushima radiation scare psyops. The Illuminated Ones want to create fear about nuclear energy and get the public to demand the shutdown of nuclear plants and replace them with natural gas power plants using a new German Turbine design (you see why Merkle in Germany banned nuclear plants and will phase out all current nuke plants (http://educate-yourself.org/zsl/germanynuclearenergyphaseout30may11.shtml)). You notice how this campaign dovetails with the fracking natural gas activity here in America and the development of a natural gas pipe lines from Russia into Turkey, Afghanistan, etc. There was no meltdown in Fukushima (http://educate-yourself.org/zsl/japanphonymeltdownpsyops10apr11.shtml). See the articles I posted in March 2011. The whole scenario was staged. The first comment posted at the end of the Sircus promo piece tells the story.
Regards Ken
***




Thinking about it and attempting to have a try at the "controllers' shoes," it wouldn't make sense to me to faithfully leave it to the winds to do the job...


Indeed, why would I leave it to winds' whim? Intentional leakings from nuclear power plants and chemtrails, however, do add some certainty beyond faith...


Radioactive Iodine is the weapon par excellence to target the thyroid and generate hypothyroidism (see post #19 (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?44568-FUKUSHIMA-Gen.-Bert-Stubblebine-s-Personal-Estimate-of-the-Situation-IMPORTANT&p=480293&viewfull=1#post480293))

Arrowwind
9th May 2012, 21:33
Egar Cayce said the following:

Portions of the New York, or New York City itself, will disappear as well as the
southern portions of Carolina, ... The greater portion of Japan must go into the
sea. The upper portion of Europe will be changed as in thetwinkling of an eye.

I wonder why he chose the word MUST. Could a calculated sinking of Japan bury this mess deep enough to save our planet, our people, our culture?

RMorgan
9th May 2012, 22:20
Egar Cayce said the following:

Portions of the New York, or New York City itself, will disappear as well as the
southern portions of Carolina, ... The greater portion of Japan must go into the
sea. The upper portion of Europe will be changed as in thetwinkling of an eye.

I wonder why he chose the word MUST. Could a calculated sinking of Japan bury this mess deep enough to save our planet, our people, our culture?

Hey Arrowwind,

I don´t think so. In this case, sinking Japan would contaminate the whole ocean as well.

It wouldn´t make any difference or it could be even worse.

Cheers,

Raf.

jorr lundstrom
9th May 2012, 23:27
G'day All,

Before I post anything I want to say that it is, in my view, always important to present an anti-nuclear dialogue. The history of radiation exposure (whether deliberate, accidental or through negligence) by Corporations and Governments throughout the world is something that should always be bought to the forefront and must, again in my opinion, be remembered. The way in which the various societal discursive processes are framed is directly influenced by very powerful, controlling and wealthy groups who want any opposition to the "nuclear option" put in the extremist/activist classification. Until the tragic sequence of events at Fukushima this had been largely successful.

An opponent of the "nuclear industry" for nearly four decades, Helen Caldicott (http://www.helencaldicott.com/about/) (yet another Australian by the way, we really are opinionated colonials ain't we) has been a vocal advocate for the medical professions fight against any acceptance of a "nuclear option" for reasons of war, energy and certain medical practices. The following talk was given by her at the 'Chernobyl Congress 2011' to a group of her peers, all medical practitioners, a month after the Japanese tsunami (that led to the Fukushima accident). The talk is titled "The Medical and Political Implications of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle" and includes EMP's, Yeltsin, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, the reptilian brain, and much more (it really is an exceptional presentation though please remember that she is talking to a certain "crowd" if you don't agree with aspects of her presentation):


http://vimeo.com/22579986
http://vimeo.com/22579986

The IPPNW report on Chernobyl ('The Health Effects Of Chernobyl: 25 Years After the Reactor Catastrophy (http://www.chernobylcongress.org/fileadmin/user_upload/pdfs/chernob_report_2011_en_web.pdf)') mentioned by Stubblebine is available from the Chernobyl Congress (http://www.chernobylcongress.org/) website. For those interested much of the source information for Stubblebine's video appears to come from Akio Matsumura (http://akiomatsumura.com/2012/04/682.html).
Kind Regards, :yo:
Panopticon


Well, after seeing this and other videos here I wonder If would

do myself a favor by concider myself dead already. Im not

kidding, its solves a lot of conciderations. Concidering oneself dead

would stop oneself getting involved with a lot of foolishness and

focusing on wots important in these precious moments to come.

Im old, having led a good life and can focus on coming generations

in a more unlimited way. How do you see this? Unfortunately this isnt

the only threat, 100 000 chemicals on the loose among other things.


All is well


Jorr 2.0

Cidersomerset
9th May 2012, 23:31
On the news earlier there was an Item about the new power station at Hinkly point
about five miles from where I'm typing...Its been proposed for years but final planning
permission has not gone thru although thats a formality, they are squabbling about financial
details with EDF the French company who are going to build it. Work has already started
on clearing the site apparrently.....

Nothing at all is being said about the nuclear fallout coming out of Fuchishima and it is
if we are in a parrallel universe !!

http://www.energyroyd.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/stop-hinckley-e1331227250472.jpg

http://www.energyroyd.org.uk/archives/1573



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People living near the site of the proposed Hinkley Point C nuclear power station in Somerset are being asked for their views on the plans.

The first of four Planning Inspectorate public meetings is taking place in the village of Cannington.

EDF Energy submitted plans for the plant to the Infrastructure Planning Commission (IPC) last October.

Further meetings are due to take place in Otterhampton, Bridgwater and Stogursey later this month.

It is the first opportunity for the Planning Inspectorate to hear the views in person of local people.

The planning application is being reviewed by the IPC which deals with large scale projects.

It will recommend whether permission should be granted but the final decision rests with the government.

If built, the new power station could open in 2020.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-somerset-18003042

http://www.eadt.co.uk/polopoly_fs/011_hinckley_point_c_power_1_1202846!image/1009634953.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_490/1009634953.jpg

Artist impression of new site....


Some do know about Fuchishima , but not the Corporates !!

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Cidersomerset
9th May 2012, 23:43
This is a bit more encouraging



No New Hinkley Point C EDF Nuclear Power Plant.

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Published on 1 Mar 2012 by gipetv121

Community groups from all over the UK will be forming a symbolic chain around the EDF Energy-owned power station on Saturday 10 -- 11 March.Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Station, Nr Bridgwater, Somerset,, United Kingdom The chain will represent their battle to stop the expansion of Hinkley Point and to halt the government's push for seven other new nuclear power stations around the UK.
http://stophinkley.org/StopPress.htm
https://www.facebook.com/pages/SEIZE-THE-DAY/97619367824
https://www.facebook.com/nikkinomad
https://www.facebook.com/SouthWestAgainstNuclear
http://southwestagainstnuclear.wordpress.com/
After over 24 hours in custody Theo Simon of Shepton Mallet, and David Jesse of Taunton, appeared before Taunton Deane Magistrates court. Officials were stunned by the packed courtroom as well-wishers and supporters packed into the room to follow the proceedings, one official commented that "this was the most people we've ever seen here".
https://www.facebook.com/pages/SEIZE-THE-DAY/97619367824
Magistrates, after taking into consideration the time they'd spent in custody decided to release the defendants with just a conditional discharge, and no fines or court costs as they accepted that the defendants were men of good character and that they had been engaged in a legitimate peaceful protest for the last two and a half weeks.
The defendant's solicitor told the protesters outside the court that the police hadn't favoured a night time eviction, but despite this EDF pulled the eviction time forward from the scheduled 7:30am to just before daybreak, said Shana Deal " EDF are trying their hardest to keep local opposition from becoming visible not content with stitching up the legal processes they want to silence protest too. We are pleased that twice this week the courts of our land have upheld and respected our right to voice dissent at EDFs plans."
Defendant Theo Simon commented on his release "This was just one battle in the fight against new nuclear we'll be back on March the 10th & 11th with Stop New Nuclear to surround and blockade Hinkley Point, we're not going anywhere until EDF and the government get the message that nuclear power is not clean not safe and not necessary".

It's been less than a year since the Fukushima disaster, but EDF Energy is pushing ahead with plans for a new nuclear reactor at Hinkley Point in Somerset. Stop New Nuclear campaign is organising a rally and non-violent blockade of Hinkley Point nuclear power station on 10 -- 11 March 2012: the first anniversary of the Fukushima disaster. People will be joining the protest from across the country. To find out more about the blockade and how you can get involved, visit http://www.stopnewnuclear.org.uk.

http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/groups/cornwall/event/stop-new-nuclear-rally-and...
Jonathon Porritt to join anti-nuclear protest at Hinkley Point on eve of Fukushima anniversary
Saturday March 10th 2012

Leading environmentalist Jonathon Porritt will join demonstrators at Hinkley Point nuclear power station in Somerset to mark the first anniversary of the Fukushima disaster - and to call for a halt to the development of Hinkley C.

Stop New Nuclear: Rally and non-violent blockade, 10 -- 11 March, Hinkley Point, Somerset.
Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Station, Nr Bridgwater, Somerset,, United Kingdom
10 March, 2012 - 12:00 - 18:00

http://digitalhen.co.uk/news/uk-england-somerset-17205867

http://www.nationalgrid.com/NR/rdonlyres/E371EA8C-9BBE-4B2B-BCE9-77CC4193D958/0/HINKLEY.jpg

http://www.nationalgrid.com/uk/Electricity/MajorProjects/HinkleyConnection/RouteCorridor.htm


The Corporates will win , but its nice to see these activists trying !!!


Fukushima demo at Hinkley Point

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Cidersomerset
10th May 2012, 00:17
Ufortunately the sound quality is low, but what he is saying he tested the soil on the site and
it is contaminated and planning permission can not be given legally( No wonder I glow in the dark..LOL)
It shows how corrupt big corporate government is !!

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Chris Busby: Contamination at Hinkley Point

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Published on 18 Mar 2012 by Sowingthewinds

sowingthewinds 18.03.2012
A short presentation about enriched Uranium contamination at the Hinkley Point nuclear power station complex on the Somerset coast. This is an update on the arguments about the presence of higher than expected levels of Uranium on the site which began with a report by Green Audit at the end of 2010. The site is being developed by French company EdF energy for a new nuclear reactor. Dr Busby visited the site in January 2011with Rosa Cato and measured higher gamma radiation dose rates than were reported to the Environment Agency in the site characterisation documents. Gamma dose rates were above 150nGy/h compared with measurements of 90nGy/h reported in the scientific literature at the perimeter fence in 1993 and less than 60nGy/h reported by EdF in the documents examined by the Environment Agency. These reported gamma radiation levels were clearly wrong and this should have been questioned. The high gamma dose rates measured by Chris Busby are predictable on the basis of the levels of Uranium reported for the site by EdF. In addition, a soil sample taken by Stop Hinkley from the site has been analysed using ICPMS in Germany and high resolution gamma spectrometry and both methods independently confirm the presence of slightly enriched Uranium. Overall Uranium concentrations are twice to four times greater than would be expected for the area on the basis of published Uranium maps. This supports the original 2011 report by Green Audit. Measurement of anomalous levels of Iodine in the soil sample by ICPMS show that contamination is transferred from the sea which opens up the issue of the high levels of cancer and infant mortality found by Green Audit in the downwind coastal town of Burnham on Sea. The new Green Audit report on this issue is at www.llrc.org
Thank You so much Prof. Busby for Your service, to humanity well being!
CAN"T TRUST NUKE INDUSTRY, at any level, they are corrupting
and manipulating every data and everyone........
We must do our own measurement.....can't trust Agencies or governments,
less of all Nuclear Industry reports!

Cidersomerset
10th May 2012, 00:20
Prof. Chris Busby: New book out! Fukushima 'Anniversary'

Speaking from the offices of the Swedish anti nuclear movement..

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Arrowwind
10th May 2012, 00:32
Egar Cayce said the following:

Portions of the New York, or New York City itself, will disappear as well as the
southern portions of Carolina, ... The greater portion of Japan must go into the
sea. The upper portion of Europe will be changed as in thetwinkling of an eye.

I wonder why he chose the word MUST. Could a calculated sinking of Japan bury this mess deep enough to save our planet, our people, our culture?

Hey Arrowwind,

I don´t think so. In this case, sinking Japan would contaminate the whole ocean as well.

It wouldn´t make any difference or it could be even worse.

Cheers,

Raf.
Edgar Cayce has been right regarding most of his predictions... so his fans have been waiting for this most omnious event.



Some think that sinking Japan might make it worse. I don't know. I just dont really know what type of technology is available to do a good job of it. If we leave it to fate, another earthquake and tsunami could it be any worse? Is there any possibility that being proactive might save us?

Its hard to say what the PTB will do once they realize imminent danger.

How much is the airfare to Brazil these days?

wynderer
10th May 2012, 01:29
my concern is all the other nuclear power plants all over the world -- even relatively minor Earth changes will demolish some of them

i have referred to Chet Snow's 'Mass Dreams of the Future' in another post -- the majority of those pro-gressed to their individual futures found themselves on a barren & toxic Earth on which they survived by living underground [where the Reptilians live --yikes!] w/glass domes overhead - i think i see now what happened to this 3D Earth that most will stay on when the Shift happens

there was a news article yesterday about just such a city that the Chinese have built, for 350,000 people

SKIBADABOMSKI
10th May 2012, 01:43
Well this weekend I'll be working in Hitachi and thats 108 km from the plant. Actually 30 km from the said safety zone. Then in a few weeks I'll be going to Fukushima myself to see with my own eyes whats going on. I want to ask the locals many questions and do some filming and take many photos.

Radiation doesn't seem to faze me. But I do worry about the people that live in Fukushima with children. I have seen millions of scary videos and I'll be taking my own equipment and doing my own tests to see for myself.

Bon voyage !!

Ski-

sygh
10th May 2012, 03:54
Well this weekend I'll be working in Hitachi and thats 108 km from the plant. Actually 30 km from the said safety zone. Then in a few weeks I'll be going to Fukushima myself to see with my own eyes whats going on. I want to ask the locals many questions and do some filming and take many photos.

Radiation doesn't seem to faze me. But I do worry about the people that live in Fukushima with children. I have seen millions of scary videos and I'll be taking my own equipment and doing my own tests to see for myself.

Bon voyage !!

Ski-

Good to hear from you again Skibadabombski, back on the funny bones road again, I take it. Loved your videos. I hope you can send us some good reports out of Fukushima. I hope, I hope... Best wishes.

sygh
10th May 2012, 03:58
Arrowwind,

Am a big Edgar Cayce fan too and the comment concernng Japan "must" go into the sea... crossed my mind too. But the fault lines Japan sits on is also enough to make one say the same thing.

Cidersomerset
10th May 2012, 09:59
The Hinkley site has been producing electricity for 45 years and this would be the 3rd station to be built on the
site , Hinkley A was decommisioned a few years ago but will have to be manned for 'donkeys years' before it
will ever be safe to reuse, Hinkley B is running and the new Hinkly C is to keep nuclear as part of the energy
mix....There is a argument in these economic times that it brings huge investment and jobs to a rural area
devoid of both in recent years and its hard to argue against that in the local pubs and towns....


A walk around Hinkley Point B nuclear power station and nature reservee

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Its situated on a tidal river the Severn with one of the highest tidal ranges in the world and in a area of
natural beauty.

IKA39LQOIck

Fukushima Solves Overpopulation Problem for NEW WORLD ORDER / AGENDA 21

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If there is a long term conspiricy to to reduce population or changing the atmosphere for someother
reason that has been speculated on. Like making it more suitable for an alien hybrid race which has been speculated.
On my 'Venetian black nobility' thread its also speculated that the elites have knowledge or imunity
to all the plagues and diseases that have happened over history as they said they have come down
the centuries reatively untouched. I don't know how they know that, but if they were part 'Annunaki'
that might explain it .( again speculation)..

The part of Somerset we are living on, is the somerset Levels which flood regularly although extencively
drained, and although we have draught warnings and hosepipe bans to the east of our region
we are 'very wet' here LOL typical English summer...and if you remember the myths of the Isle Of Avalon
which comes from a time that Somerset was flooded in winter with many Islands and houses built on stilts.
Also the name Somerset I believe is derived form 'Summerlands' when the water level had fallen to
make travel and growing crops possible.

Drought of 2012 in Somerset
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On April 16th 2012 the county of Somerset was added to the Environment Agency's list of those officially in drought.
This is what the drought looked like, just outside of Creech St Michael, Somerset, on 1st May. By this time the flood level had dropped more than a foot!

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In 1607 there was a great flood along the shores of the river severn that devastated areas of
the south wales and somerset coastline there was a documentry about it on a few TV years ago
I cannot find it on line. The point is it could happen again naturally with all the changes
of weather.....Or more speculative be made to happen thru weather weapons which
leads you down the path that it could be used as a ticking time bomb!! again a argument
you cannot use down the pub or the local paper...

Found it.....

On January 20, 1607 a killer wave struck the counties of the Bristol Channel and flooded miles inland.
Researchers examine all the evidence and have become convinced that the wave was a rare British tsunami. ©BBC


http://profsimonhaslett.blogspot.co.uk/


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Whether you believe in conspiricy or not ,the placing of the Hinkly complex on such a open
and vulnerable spot seems very irrasponsible concidering it cannot be decommissioned
entirely for hundreds of years, sooner or later disaster will strike wether man made or
natural .....Steve
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BBC News..
Tsunami threat 'is growing in UK'
Picture of large wave
The academics said any future tsunami would be small scale and localised

The UK could be at increasing risk from tsunami, and especially amid climate change, two experts have claimed.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/south_east/7652040.stm

wynderer
10th May 2012, 10:09
a bump & a comment -- i have read that the Greys & Reptilians handle very high levels of radiation w/no problem -- also , many 'ETs' promise there will be no nuclear world war -- i like to point out that we have been nuking this poor planet for over 50 yrs & we don't need a war to die by being nuked


The Hinkley site has been producing electricity for 45 years and this would be the 3rd station to be built on the
site , Hinkley A was decommisioned a few years ago but will have to manned for 'donkeys years' before it
will ever be safe to reuse, Hinkley B is running and the new Hinkly C is to keep nuclear as part of the energy
mix....There is a argument in these economic times that it brings huge investment and jobs to a rural area
devoid of both in recent years and its hard to argue against that in the pubs and towns....


A walk around Hinkley Point B nuclear power station and nature reservee

TzeDRbJOeCQ

Its situated on a tidal river the Severn with one of the highest tidal ranges in the world and in a area of
natural beauty.

IKA39LQOIck

Fukushima Solves Overpopulation Problem for NEW WORLD ORDER / AGENDA 21

N-aivauvHkQ

If there is a long term conspiricy to to reduce population or changing the atmosphere for someother
reason that has been speculated on. Like making it more suitable for an alien hybrid race or as as
been speculated on my 'Venetian black nobility' thread that the elites had knowledge or imunity
to all the plagues and diseases that have happened over history as they said they have come down
the centuries reatively untouched. I don't know how they know that, but if they were part 'Annunaki'
that might explain it .( speculation)..

The part of Somerset we are living on is the somerset Levels which flood regularly althogh extencively
drained and although we have draught warnings and hoespipe bans to the east of our region
we are 'very wet' LOL typical English summer...and if you remember the myths of the Isle Of Avalon
come from a time that Somerset was flooded in winter with many Islands and houses built on stilts.
Alos the name Somerset I believe is derived form 'Summerlands' when the water level had fallen to
make travel and growing crops easier.



In 1607 there was a great flood along the shores of the river severn that devastated areas of
the south wales and somerset coastline there was a documentry about it on TV years ago ..
I cannot find it on line. The point is it could happen again naturally with all the changes
of weather.....Or more speculative be made to happen thru weather weapons which
leads you down the path that it could be used as a ticking time bomb!! again a argument
you cannot use down the pub or the local paper...

Found it.....

8K96BwaRnqM

panopticon
10th May 2012, 13:02
In relation to the various comments made that #4 reactor was not in use at the time of the accident, the reports on the 17th March 2011 (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?16048-THAT-WAS-MASSIVE-9.1-in-Japan--Tsunami-&p=178185&viewfull=1#post178185) from the IAEA clearly stated:


The situation at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plants remains very serious, but there has been no significant worsening since yesterday.
The current situation at Units 1, 2 and 3, whose cores have suffered damage, appears to be relatively stable. Sea water is being injected into all three units using fire extinguishing hoses. Containment pressures are fluctuating.
Military helicopters carried out four water drops over Unit 3.
Unit 4 remains a major safety concern. No information is available on the level of water in the spent fuel pool. No water temperature indication from the Unit 4 spent fuel pool has been received since 14 March, when the temperature was 84 °C. No roof is in place.
The water levels in the reactor pressure vessels of Units 5 and 6 have been declining.
Also from the IAEA update on the 2nd June 2011 (http://www.iaea.org/newscenter/news/tsunamiupdate01.html):


To protect against potential damage as a result of future earthquakes, TEPCO started work on 9 May to install a supporting structure for the floor of the spent fuel pool of Unit 4. TEPCO has formulated the hypothesis that the damage to the Unit 4 building could have been caused by hydrogen generated at Unit 3 that flowed into Unit 4.
Kind Regards, :yo:
Panopticon

panopticon
10th May 2012, 13:13
i like to point out that we have been nuking this poor planet for over 50 yrs & we don't need a war to die by being nuked

Excellent point wynderer,

To put it all into context here is a 3 minute youtube video I found that shows how nuclear weapons testing has had a more dramatic effect than most people seem aware of:

Comparison of Radiation - Fallout, Discharge, Waste

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Humans have dumped radioactive waste in the ocean, we've put it in the soil, it's in the air we breath. I remember years ago reading how a US company was pumping radiated water into open settling ponds that over flowed during storms into water ways... All to save money.
Kind Regards, :yo:
Panopticon

Cidersomerset
10th May 2012, 13:56
FUKUSHIMA - Gen. Bert Stubblebine's Personal Estimate of the Situation - IMPORTANT



Chris Busby and others at Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Station 10 March 2012
He explains here that he measured the levels of radiation in the soil and they
are to high !! over permitted levels...

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Professor Christopher Busby -The Criminal Irresponsibility and Coverup of Fukushima

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Uploaded by darrenritt27 on 27 Dec 2011

A newly released report on the Fukushima nuclear crisis says it was down to the plant's
operators being ill-prepared and not responding properly to the earthquake and tsunami
disaster. A major government inquiry said some engineers abandoned the plant as the trouble
started and other staff delayed reporting significant radiation leaks. Professor Christopher Busby,
scientific secretary to the European Committee on Radiation Risks, says health damage after
contamination will be more serious than Japan announced.

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Dr Chris Busby on Sky: Fallujah, Fukushima and Radiation

Dr Chris Busby interviewed 20th December 2011 by Theo Chalmers on Sky TV's "One Step Beyond" about Fallujah,
Fukushima and the cover-ups over the health effects of exposure to radioactivity

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There is no doubt that radiation poisoning has been realeased into our enviroment since WW11...

Any skeptic should be given a tent and sent to Fuchishima for a camping holiday !!!

The question is it pure greed and incompetence or part of a wider agenda which is what
I alluded to on page one...Steve..

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Sorry All if I got a bit carried away with my last few posts, I tend to do that when I get my
teeth into something ..LOL,..But its woke me up a bit how close I am to 'Mordor' as Prof
Busby said in the above clip outside Hinkly !!!!!

And I'm born and bred here , another reason why I've got 'glowing cheeks'..not just
the cider !!!!....LOL

panopticon
10th May 2012, 14:51
US Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) Discusses a Recent Onsite Tour of Fukushima, Japan & Recovery Efforts (MSNBC April 17, 2012):

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Kind Regards, :yo:
Panopticon

RMorgan
10th May 2012, 15:20
Some think that sinking Japan might make it worse. I don't know. I just dont really know what type of technology is available to do a good job of it. If we leave it to fate, another earthquake and tsunami could it be any worse? Is there any possibility that being proactive might save us?

Its hard to say what the PTB will do once they realize imminent danger.

How much is the airfare to Brazil these days?

Hey Arrowwind,

If Cayce is correct, a huge, I mean HUGE, earthquake could indeed swallow Japan, but the radiation would still be a problem, since there can´t be any life on Earth if the oceans are dead.

Radiation is a very serious problem. We should have learned our lesson back then with Chernobyl. Now, maybe it´s too late.

However, Cayce was right many times, but was wrong many times as well.

Well, the airfare to Brazil is not expensive at all these days.

By the way, I believe Brazil would be a perfect refuge in case some very serious nuclear accident happens, specially the central part of Brazil.

We´re above a single tectonic plate, so we don´t have quakes. We don´t have hurricanes or volcanoes as well. We also have all necessary natural resources to supply ourselves with anything. Land here is still relatively very cheap and you can buy a big piece of paradise, with an already built house and structure, for less then U$80.000,00.

Cheers,

Raf.

Amzer Zo
10th May 2012, 15:42
Egar Cayce said the following:

Portions of the New York, or New York City itself, will disappear as well as the
southern portions of Carolina, ... The greater portion of Japan must go into the
sea. The upper portion of Europe will be changed as in thetwinkling of an eye.

I wonder why he chose the word MUST. Could a calculated sinking of Japan bury this mess deep enough to save our planet, our people, our culture?

There is currently a tectonic incompatibility for Japan to sink: see this post (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?17443-Proof-that-HAARP-caused-Japan-Earthquake-&p=189123&viewfull=1#post189123).

Accordingly the "MUST" would fit my assumption that what Edgar Cayce was referring to was the tsunami.

Arrowwind
10th May 2012, 16:27
Some think that sinking Japan might make it worse. I don't know. I just dont really know what type of technology is available to do a good job of it. If we leave it to fate, another earthquake and tsunami could it be any worse? Is there any possibility that being proactive might save us?

Its hard to say what the PTB will do once they realize imminent danger.

How much is the airfare to Brazil these days?

Hey Arrowwind,

If Cayce is correct, a huge, I mean HUGE, earthquake could indeed swallow Japan, but the radiation would still be a problem, since there can´t be any life on Earth if the oceans are dead.

Radiation is a very serious problem. We should have learned our lesson back then with Chernobyl. Now, maybe it´s too late.

However, Cayce was right many times, but was wrong many times as well.

Well, the airfare to Brazil is not expensive at all these days.

By the way, I believe Brazil would be a perfect refuge in case some very serious nuclear accident happens, specially the central part of Brazil.

We´re above a single tectonic plate, so we don´t have quakes. We don´t have hurricanes or volcanoes as well. We also have all necessary natural resources to supply ourselves with anything. Land here is still relatively very cheap and you can buy a big piece of paradise, with an already built house and structure, for less then U$80.000,00.

Cheers,

Raf.


OH! I hadn't noticed that you are in Brazil. ;)
I doubt my husband would be into fleeing... we have met most of our life goals
and we are in the middle of builing a house right now. Difficutl to sell at this point.
but I think that if we went and had a place the children might follow.
My primary concern is perpetuating our family.

I was just thinking that if the PTB get too freaked they might sink the island.
It could be foolery but they may consider it a calculated risk. Certainly a regular
earthquake or tusanmi might be considered of much more risk... trying to look at it
through the perspective of military and scientists.

I will remember to contact you if fleeing should become necessary.
the prices sure sound right. We like to do sustainable gardening
and im sure the weather is a dam site better than our zone 3
and that in and of itself is quite attractive.

Arrowwind
10th May 2012, 16:32
Egar Cayce said the following:

Portions of the New York, or New York City itself, will disappear as well as the
southern portions of Carolina, ... The greater portion of Japan must go into the
sea. The upper portion of Europe will be changed as in thetwinkling of an eye.

I wonder why he chose the word MUST. Could a calculated sinking of Japan bury this mess deep enough to save our planet, our people, our culture?

There is currently a tectonic incompatibility for Japan to sink: see this post (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?17443-Proof-that-HAARP-caused-Japan-Earthquake-&p=189123&viewfull=1#post189123).

Accordingly the "MUST" would fit my assumption that what Edgar Cayce was referring to was the tsunami.


Hmm, I read that thread you offered. Will have to chew on it.

Siberia9
10th May 2012, 23:28
Man you guys sure can put up massive amounts of information on a subject, I wish I had the time to read it all. Well here is some more sand for the heap, Alex Jones just put up something unsettling. If this info is correct that is, then the situation is even worse than I realized. Kurt Nimo wrote it and he usually gets about right so...
http://www.infowars.com/cesium-in-fukushima-prefecture-122-times-higher-than-in-belarus-evacuation-zone/

Amzer Zo
10th May 2012, 23:57
Thanks Siberia9.

I wish there was an easy way to trace where the cesium134/137 is coming from...

Here is the reported content of chemtrails as another source of contamination:

From: Stop Spraying California! (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Radio_Active_Cesium.php)

Toxic Chemicals & Metals in Chemtrails Aluminum Oxide Particles (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Aluminum_Oxide_Particles.php) Arsenic (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Arsenic.php) Bacilli and Molds (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Bacilli_and_Molds.php) Barium Salts (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Barium_Salts.php) Barium Titanates (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Barium_Titanates.php) Cadmium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Cadmium.php) Calcium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Calcium.php) Chromium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Chromium.php) Desiccated Human Red Blood Cells (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Desiccated_Human_Red_Blood_Cells.php) Ethylene Dibromide (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Ethylene_Dibromide.php) Enterobacter Cloacal (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Enterobacter_Cloacal.php) Enterobacteriaceae (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Enterobacteriaceae.php) Human White Blood Cells-A (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Human_White_Blood_Cells-A.php) Lead (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Lead.php) Lithium Salts and Chemtrails (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Lithium_Salts_and_Chemtrails.php) Mercury (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Mercury.php) Methyl Aluminum (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Methyl_Aluminum.php) Mold Spores (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Mold_Spores.php) Mycoplasma (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Mycoplasma.php) Nano-Aluminum-Coated Fiberglass (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Nano-Aluminum-Coated_Fiberglass.php) Nitrogen Trifluoride (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Nitrogen_Trifluoride.php) Nickel (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Nickel.php) Polymer Fibers (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Polymer_Fibers.php) Pseudomonas Aeruginosa (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Pseudomonas_Aeruginosa.php) Pseudomonas Florescens (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Pseudomonas_Florescens.php) Radio Active Cesium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Radio_Active_Cesium.php) Radio Active Thorium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Radio_Active_Thorium.php) Selenium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Selenium.php) Serratia Marcscens (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Serratia_Marcscens.php) Sharp Titanium Shards (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Sharp_Titanium_Shards.php) Silver (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Silver.php) Streptomyces (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Streptomyces.php) Stronthium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Stronthium.php) Sub-Micron Particles (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Sub-Micron_Particles.php) Sulfer Dioxide (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Sulfer_Dioxide.php) Unidentified Bacteria (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Unidentified_Bacteria.php) Uranium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Uranium.php) Yellow Fungal Mycotoxins (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Yellow_Fungal_Mycotoxins.php)

Siberia9
11th May 2012, 00:49
Holy crap I didnt even know about that one. Well, sure why not, its hard to kill people, it takes a lot when you use this type of slow process. Geez man,,, we have to get a handle on this or we are all dead.


Thanks Siberia9.

I wish there was an easy way to trace where the cesium134/137 is coming from...

Here is the reported content of chemtrails as another source of contamination:

From: Stop Spraying California! (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Radio_Active_Cesium.php)

Toxic Chemicals & Metals in Chemtrails Aluminum Oxide Particles (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Aluminum_Oxide_Particles.php) Arsenic (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Arsenic.php) Bacilli and Molds (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Bacilli_and_Molds.php) Barium Salts (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Barium_Salts.php) Barium Titanates (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Barium_Titanates.php) Cadmium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Cadmium.php) Calcium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Calcium.php) Chromium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Chromium.php) Desiccated Human Red Blood Cells (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Desiccated_Human_Red_Blood_Cells.php) Ethylene Dibromide (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Ethylene_Dibromide.php) Enterobacter Cloacal (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Enterobacter_Cloacal.php) Enterobacteriaceae (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Enterobacteriaceae.php) Human White Blood Cells-A (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Human_White_Blood_Cells-A.php) Lead (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Lead.php) Lithium Salts and Chemtrails (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Lithium_Salts_and_Chemtrails.php) Mercury (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Mercury.php) Methyl Aluminum (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Methyl_Aluminum.php) Mold Spores (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Mold_Spores.php) Mycoplasma (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Mycoplasma.php) Nano-Aluminum-Coated Fiberglass (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Nano-Aluminum-Coated_Fiberglass.php) Nitrogen Trifluoride (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Nitrogen_Trifluoride.php) Nickel (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Nickel.php) Polymer Fibers (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Polymer_Fibers.php) Pseudomonas Aeruginosa (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Pseudomonas_Aeruginosa.php) Pseudomonas Florescens (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Pseudomonas_Florescens.php) Radio Active Cesium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Radio_Active_Cesium.php) Radio Active Thorium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Radio_Active_Thorium.php) Selenium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Selenium.php) Serratia Marcscens (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Serratia_Marcscens.php) Sharp Titanium Shards (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Sharp_Titanium_Shards.php) Silver (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Silver.php) Streptomyces (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Streptomyces.php) Stronthium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Stronthium.php) Sub-Micron Particles (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Sub-Micron_Particles.php) Sulfer Dioxide (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Sulfer_Dioxide.php) Unidentified Bacteria (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Unidentified_Bacteria.php) Uranium (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Uranium.php) Yellow Fungal Mycotoxins (http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Yellow_Fungal_Mycotoxins.php)

GoodeTXSG
16th May 2012, 22:42
Lots of talk and speculation here people... VERY good info with some VERY smart people, pieces of the puzzle scrambled here and there…

I got this idea on another thread where someone made light of the tragedy. Is anyone serious about doing some extremely high level research to prove to ourselves what is really happening?

I wish we could get a daisy chain of people who have the knowhow to release equipped weather balloons from Japan to all of the Pacific Islands in the path of the Gulf stream at varying altitudes with the instrumentation to measure the types of radiation and their levels and build a grid/map that is civilian lead and data spread to get some truth, Across the pacific, past Hawaii, all the way up and down the west coast depending where the stream oscillates from Cali to Oregon all the way through the Mid West...

Then post REAL data online with some graphics, then cross reference some reported health effects that could be related to exposure to varying levels and types of each of the types of radiation. I have access to a STATE of the art LAB, the kind Gov work can be done in. My friend that owns it is a freaky genius with 5 degrees who owns a HUGE State of the art metallurgical engineering lab with all kinds of mass spectrometers and the newest SEM's and other cool stuff. We have made offers to test slag and other possible unknown items that people have claimed are non terrestrial.

They always seem to go to the labs with large Gov. Ties and funding... thus skewing the data, and in some cases their data disappears or is substituted... Anyway. If we could organize such a venture we have the technology to analyze every aspect... My friend’s Tech can ID isotopes and tell where it was refined etc. Also obtain some core soil and plant samples from some high ground to test.

If that was something someone could help organize and help fund, it would be an interesting way to display the validity of the info coming from the world scientists who claim there is nothing to worry about. So, is anyone game for such a project?

Let me know via my Private Email or Skype posted on my profile. We can make it happen if we can organize it, If we could get some Universities or amateur astronomers and weather people to assist for some kind of school credit or prestige by having their name on the research it would be a possible good way to get the infrastructure going.

Ping me and let me know,
CoreyG/Texas

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MacStar
17th May 2012, 01:36
Just in case anyone hasn't listened to this yet from Red Ice Radio:
(Kinda mixed bag but resonates with me personally)

Synopsis:
"Clif High - Hour 1 - The "Mass Arrests" Claim, Fulford & The White Dragon Society
May 10, 2012
Clif High, along with his associate George Ure, developed the Web Bot, or the Web Bot Project in the late 1990s. It's an Internet bot software program or a web spider that originally was designed to predict stock market trends. Eventually it developed into something different. Now it's claimed to be able to predict future events by tracking keywords on the web. In the first hour of the program Clif gives his take on a story of coming "mass arrests" being told about by author and speaker David Wilcock and whistleblower and alleged insider "Drake." They say that top military brass in the Pentagon have secret plans to arrest people in high places. This means corrupt politicians, bankers and those who have subjected people to financial tyranny. Connected to this story is also Benjamin Fulford, a former writer with Forbes magazine. From Japan, he's been reporting and writing about the Yakuza and the "White Dragon Society" and their supposed opposition to the western royal families and the Illuminati. Tied into this is also material about how the severity of the Fukushima nuclear disaster is being downplayed. Listen to this program to hear Clif High's opinion on these things and much more.

Listen here:
http://rediceradio.net/radio/2012/RIR-120510-chigh-hr1.mp3

wynderer
17th May 2012, 09:20
'The draconian body-DNA function needs radiation to sustain consciousness like humans need air to breathe. '

'The various produced beings, through hybrid bodies, are altered outside the womb during the embryonic stage for other things as well, such as functioning in a different kind of environment, and they have higher tolerance for radiation as well. The radiation itself is not poison to some ET races at all. '(EL-This was shared with me BEFORE the Japanese nuclear incident on 3/11/011 at Fukishima)

http://evelorgen.com/wp/articles/military-abduction-milabs-and-reptilians/interview-with-maarit-a-scandinavian-milab/#more-534

GoodeTXSG
17th May 2012, 09:30
lizards again? A lil off topic... but okay... Back to Science and all the brilliant info that is coming in from all of the great minds in this forum and their research... It is reaping hell on us, that is for sure. I would be very interested to get a scientific study together like the one discussed above to chart the exact trace amounts in the air, soil and plant life along the Gulf Stream.

UnrealDreams
17th May 2012, 10:05
The Obama administration is complicit in the radiating of America. The latest from Natural News:
http://www.naturalnews.com/035847_plume-gate_Fukushima_radiation.html


Plume-gate: Secret documents prove global cover-up of continued Fukushima radiation pollution

(NaturalNews) A Freedom of Information Act(FOIA) request filed by Friends of the Earth (FoE), Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR), and the Nuclear Information and Resource Center (NIRS) has unearthed a shocking series of new evidence proving a deliberate, global cover-up of the true severity of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster. And the unfortunate reality is that the mainstream media continues to blatantly ignore this colossal scandal.


Private emails, meeting transcripts and other key documents reveal that both the Obama White House and the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission(NRC) were well aware of just how bad things really were with Fukushima from the early days of the disaster, but did nothing to warn the public about it.

In fact, NRC and the White House purposely did not warn Americans about a massive radiation plume that struck the West Coast just days after the massive earthquake and tsunami hit Japan's eastern coast.

According to information gathered from hundreds of pages worth of private NRC emails, conference calls and secret meetings, key players in the Fukushima whitewashing campaign, including the NRC's David McIntyre and Elliot Brenner, were hard at work in the days following the disaster distracting public attention away from it. By pretending that a radioactive plume did not exist while simultaneously sending out misinformation to the media, these two, in conjunction with White House officials, actively participated in a criminal cover-up of the truth.

You can read key portions of these criminal dealings at the following link:
http://theintelhub.com


A situation that is now being dubbed "Plume-gate," this massive cover-up of critical information about Fukushima could have saved thousands of lives, including the more than 14,000 individuals, many of whom were babies, that died in the weeks following the disaster. http://www.naturalnews.com/034586_Fukushima_USA_fatalities.html

And yet to this very day, the federal government's cozy relationship with the nuclear industry has allowed the injustice to continue, as no proper investigation into this dastardly crime has yet taken place.

"The executive branch and multiple federal agencies, agencies tasked with keeping the American public safe, did their best to hide and to cover-up information about a deadly radioactive plume and ensuing fallout that was headed for the West Coast of the United States from Japan," writes Tony Muga from The Intel Hub about the situation.

Not only did these government agencies hide the truth and deliberately deceive the public, they also used other events, including the infamous Qur'an burning in Afghanistan, as a distraction to divert public attention away from Fukushima, and away from the 104 nuclear reactors in the U.S. that are of a similar age and vulnerability as Fukushima.

So why is the federal government getting away with all this? It is for the same reason that it gets away with most of its other crimes against humanity: corporate fascism. And sadly, corporate fascism is a bipartisan problem, as both Republicans and Democrats today are slaves to it, representing opposite but identical sides of the same coin.

"It seems that the fundamental problem with what Americans are experiencing is not just radioactive fallout but Fascism, the merging of the corporate and the state," adds Muga. "In a fascist state, there is little or no responsible action from the corporations for there is little or no promotion of accountability from the state. The corporations, for all intents and purposes, control the state."

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/035847_plume-gate_Fukushima_radiation.html#ixzz1v7TF51Fz

Thanks to Macstar for linking the previous narturalnews links..

wynderer
17th May 2012, 10:13
Eve Lorgen, the interviewer of Maarit here -- some other info from these 2 women gave the title & start to Houman's Horus-Ra Archon thread, recently approved via thread post by your leader Bill Ryan

dot connector --why Bush & Obama & top scientists & other world 'leaders' w/children & grandchildren are complicit in making Earth into a highly radioactive, toxic, barren sterile planet, devoid of any biological life


'The draconian body-DNA function needs radiation to sustain consciousness like humans need air to breathe. '

'The various produced beings, through hybrid bodies, are altered outside the womb during the embryonic stage for other things as well, such as functioning in a different kind of environment, and they have higher tolerance for radiation as well. The radiation itself is not poison to some ET races at all. '(EL-This was shared with me BEFORE the Japanese nuclear incident on 3/11/011 at Fukishima)

http://evelorgen.com/wp/articles/military-abduction-milabs-and-reptilians/interview-with-maarit-a-scandinavian-milab/#more-534

GoodeTXSG
17th May 2012, 10:20
Soooo no then, Lizards are the root of all issues and is on topic on any thread... got it.

wynderer
17th May 2012, 12:00
the only hope for the survival of all that is good about Earth Humans, imo

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MacStar
17th May 2012, 17:16
Hmm anyone heard of Lauren Moret?

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"Published on May 15, 2012 by ExopoliticsTV

Leuren Moret: Fukushima-depopulation update; exposes Gen. Albert Stubblebine; offers solutions

In this exclusive wide-ranging May 15, 2012 interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre, independent scientist Leuren Moret, MA, PhD (ABD), updates the viewing audiences on the status of the ongoing Fukushima radiation-depopulation rollout, stating that "Fukushima radiation has taken over our planet." Leuren Moret also exposes inaccuracies in a recent Fukushima "Estimate of the Situation" video by former Gen. Albert S. Stubblebine (U.S. Army, Ret.). Stubblebine has publicly denied his involvement in a secret 1968 - 73 DARPA time travel and teleportation program despite direct eye witness whistleblower testimony to the contrary by Washington State attorney Andrew D. Basiago. Leuren Moret also offers solutions on how humanity can adapt positively to the challenges of this Fukushima radiation false flag depopulation plan, instigated by an international war crimes racketeering organization led by the Dutch and British Monarchs and City of London bloodline families including the Rothschilds.

For updates on Fukushima radiation, see:

EcologyNews: www.ecologynews.com"

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and also this from FreedomlinkRadio:

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Links from the Youtube page as listed there:
http://www.oriontalkradio.com
http://www.fukushimafacts.com
http://www.federaljack.com
http://www.theintelhub.com

I have only just spotted these and haven't watched them yet as it's late here,so please post back.
I will endeavour to watch these when I can.
Just putting more chips on the table as I'm also doing on another Forum unrelated to what we do here, but in the off topic section as I believe it is well worth discussing considering the many viewpoints and the lack of MSM coverage.
I have posted all I have been able to find plus the info gathered here and there are a lot of people who are really finding this hard to believe.

All in all I feel that there is an Op going on and we are quite possibly in a lot of **** worldwide.

Getting substantial evidence that #4 is as unstable as we think and reliable,accurate readings of Cesium 134-137 etc are what the folks are wanting to know.

Most there think I'm a Conspiracy Nut LOL, but hey....you get used to it ;)

I have turned a 100% skeptic on that Forum to questioning Chemtrails,Fluoride and now this.

Tis hard work and I won't give in because of the many attacks,name calling and demand for Scientific Proof.

It's all information....it's how far you take it that reveals the nooks and crannies.

Some days I think of the blue pill scenario and it looks appealing...for a moment LOL.

Must be my Sagittarius/Ophiuchus nature,possibly my rare blood type and of course my beautiful Partner and 2 Year old Daughter that keeps me going ;)

I dunno about anyone else here, but I Love this place we call home and everybody who has the birthright to live free from fear.

Big Pharma has tried to screw me over,and I'm battling that too atm....sometimes I wonder how I can feel so hopeless, yet keep going.

I'm blessed my Partner chose to stick by me on this ride.If it wasn't for Her,I doubt anyone here would be reading this.

Sorry for the rant..it gets lonely searching for the truth at this hour of the night and I feel like I'm talking to someone.

It helps :)

Anyhoo as we say in Aus, stiff **** and on with the show...I'm off to bed.

Keep the info rollin in.

No probs UnrealDreams,thanks for the thanks ;)

EDIT:One more link to maybe check:
http://www.youtube.com/blogs/id/S6Gax5gwhz8

EDIT AGAIN:
Anyone watched this?
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I take it this is the cut down version.

This I take it is the full version:
http://youtu.be/8Z5J1eVCt_w

Night.

Night.

UnrealDreams
20th May 2012, 02:43
Wilhelm Reich believed that he could neutralize atomic radiation thereby rendering much of the impact of a nuclear bomb of non effect, he coincidentally died just before his release from prison. TPTB had him incarcerated on an obscure labeling law.

Reich was in the Arizona desert on a greening mission with his "cloudbuster" when he came under attack from non-benevolent ET's. The same ET's he has blamed for causing deserts on Earth with their "poisonous Orgone". Here is what transpired when the ET's attacked from his book "contact with space":

"A tremendous black cloud looking like smoke from a huge fire" covered Tuscon. Reich had readings of 100,000 counts per minute on his geiger counter.

Reich countered this with Radium infused with Orgone used in combination with his cloudbuster. He began firing away at the cloud with this combination and within 20 minutes the cloud had dissipated and his geiger count returned to normal.

Raven
20th May 2012, 18:05
this is the latest interview of Arnie Gunderson by Dr. Helen Caldicott - found the link at fukushima-diary.com - post is dated May 19th

http://www.radio4all.net/files/jazzwilliams@gmail.com/3400-1-184IYLTP_20120508.mp3

Rocky_Shorz
20th May 2012, 18:38
more people have gotten sick and passed since Fukushima then any other time I can remember, there is no question it is affecting health...

tumors growing to 5 inches in under a month...

I would like info, we have sensors on ships in the area that could be giving details of how bad it is...

jorr lundstrom
21st May 2012, 03:40
more people have gotten sick and passed since Fukushima then any other time I can remember, there is no question it is affecting health...

tumors growing to 5 inches in under a month...

I would like info, we have sensors on ships in the area that could be giving details of how bad it is...


Wot do you think would happen if we have an economic collapse

and the electric grid produces zero electricity? Wot will happen to

the fuel pools when the water pumps stop worldover? I think they

go off like popcorn. And thats it................period. Same with an EMP.


All is well


Jorr 2.0

sdv
21st May 2012, 12:13
Folks, we seem to be getting two, completely opposite, stories about Fukishima, so it is all getting rather blurred.

So, how about looking at accounts from people who have actually been to Fukushima since the accident?

Here's a report from a journalist (Martin Fackler of The Telegraph), who visited in November 2011. (There's a typo in one of the paragraphs and I assume that it is the no. 3 reactor that was intact). The high radiation levels do seem to have been concentrated around the plant itself. I find the report of all the tanks of contaminated water alarming (what are they going to do with all that water?). I also wonder what they are going to do with the growing pile of radioactive waste (i.e. clothing, masks). Note that he did not report on the fuel rods, so perhaps this problem was hidden from the visiting journalists.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/japan/8886466/Eyewitness-report-inside-the-wreckage-of-Japans-Fukushima-nuclear-reactor.html

Journalists were guided around the plant again in February 2012, but the following seems to be a typical report from that visit: http://english.sina.com/world/p/2012/0221/441780.html

Here's a recent report for The New York Times that we should perhaps regard as having some integrity (those fuel rods are a problem and the stricken plant is vulnerable in case of an earthquake): http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/30/world/asia/inquiry-suggests-worse-damage-at-japan-nuclear-plant.html?_r=1

Here's an interesting little snippet about the official cover-up of how bad things are at Fukushima: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/jul/01/huhne-fukushima-emails-criticism

And here is a wonderful account I found from someone who was in Fukushima that day: http://crofsblogs.typepad.com/h5n1/2012/03/eyewitness-to-fukushima-none-of-you-are-getting-out-of-here-japan-earthquake-saloncom.html

I started this post with high hopes of unearthing some facts; instead I found a lot of misinformation from both sides. Something else strange happened - after a few searches my virus protection program started to identify every page I opened regarding Fukushima as a potential red-flag threat.

onawah
21st May 2012, 18:17
Here's the latest from Dr. Mark Sircus 21 May 2012 at:
http://blog.imva.info/world-affairs/4495
(go to the link above for charts, photos, etc.)

Interview with Dr. Michio Kaku here:
http://soundcloud.com/flashpoints/flashpoints-daily-newsmag-05-6
In the first week after Fukushima, this physicist genius called for a massive international effort to bury the entire nuclear complex to protect as much as possible the human race from nuclear contamination. Dr. Michio Kaku said early on that “Tepco utility people are outclassed and overwhelmed and should be removed from their positions and that we would see increases in leukemias and thyroid cancers from the massive amounts of radioactive iodine being released.”

Now he is weighing in with the threat from the spent-fuel pool in reactor building No. 4 in focus saying, “People don’t realize that the Fukushima reactor is on a knife’s edge; it’s near the tipping point. A small earthquake, another pipe break, another explosion could tip it over and we could have a disaster much worse, many times worse than Chernobyl. It’s like a sleeping dragon.”

Kaku explains that just in the last few weeks it has been reported to some degree that Units 2, 3 and 4 have been shown to be in a very dire situation. Unit 2 is completely liquefied, something that’s never been seen in the history of nuclear power, a 100% liquefaction of a uranium core. Unit 4, on the other hand, has an even worse problem as it’s a spent-fuel pond that is totally uncovered because of a hydrogen explosion that took place last year.

The issue of planetary contamination is more important than the economic crisis the media is covering, which threatens to go into its own kind of meltdown. Economies grow and collapse as civilizations rise and fall. There have always been the good times when life is sweet and the bad times when human savages must have their wars or when Nature decides to have her way with us or when the elite bankers’ monetary games run through their cycles.

What are our chances of this nuclear nightmare going away?

Things are so bad at Fukushima that, “Humans cannot come close to certain parts of the reactor site and even robots get fried. They’re delicate machinery; their micro-circuitry cannot withstand the intense bombardment of radiation,” reports Kaku.

And yesterday, Sunday the 20th, we read:

6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes off the coast of Japan


While all of this is happening the controlled media is silent. They prefer to let us know about snakes in Walmart rather than about the terrible threat from Japan and from all other nuclear power stations that have been built on top of fault lines, which are now being threatened with increasing seismic activity. So many of the world’s reactors have been built on fault lines—you really have to start wondering about the intelligence of the human race.

This media silence is a devastating one—so much so that if described properly it would curdle one’s soul. It is so disgusting that the only image that compares is the Nazi gas chamber, but this one is big enough for 40 million people. The elite are allowing the people of Tokyo’s greater metropolis area to fry their cells in a nuclear inferno. Well, “where are they going to go anyway?” is no excuse for not informing us accurately on what we have to weather in terms of nuclear contamination.

image

This mysterious black substance five times more radioactive than the Chernobyl-Belarus mandatory evacuation zone was discovered four kilometers from the center of Tokyo, the Hirai Station. At the same time we see that cesium in Fukushima prefecture is 122 times higher than in Belarus evacuation zone. The Fukushima Diary reported on Sunday (May 20, 2012) that Koichi Oyama, a member of the city council of Minamisoma in the prefecture of Fukushima, has measured unusually high levels of cesium 134 and 137 in the soil of his city.
We Were in Trouble Anyway

Without enough money, the nuclear industry will destroy the human race because there is no way on this side of the Milky Way they can store nuclear waste and no way to mothball old nuclear reactors. Chernobyl already needs a new protection building that will easily cost one or two billion dollars—money that will be hard to come by.

Some people may recall in the movie Planet of the Apes—the original one where Charlton Heston finds out he is on earth and that mankind had destroyed itself—he sees the Statue of Liberty stuck in the sand. We might reach that state for a number of reasons but the one that is staring down on us particularly hard at this moment is Fukushima. The No. 4 reactor building that houses spent-fuel pool No. 4 is leaning, cracking and falling apart due to the almost constant earthquakes,[1] open-air radiation releases, and the weight of the water in the pool, which sits high up in the air on the third floor, leaving humanity Hanging by a Thread.

The chances of the building falling due to another major earthquake is high. People have been grossly misinformed about the tragedy at Fukushima and its consequences. There is a continuing cover up, the reactors have not been stabilized, and radiation continues to be released. Fukushima and reactor No. 4’s spent-nuclear-fuel pool are threatening the world.

imagehttp://zardoz.nilu.no/~flexpart/fpinteractive/plots/tracer_h_2622.gif

The vital and important static maps based on real time tabulations of the Norwegian Institute of Air Research pertaining to potential releases of radiation from the Fukushima plant were closed down soon after they showed the northern hemisphere was covered with radioactive xenon. The Atmospheric and Climate Change Department at the Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU) gave no reason why the vital monitoring service had been discontinued.

Actually they did not stop their work. Thereafter they continued publishing but with a secret file name Zardoz,[2] which is the name of a movie where Sean Connery played a mutant on a nuclear-contaminated world in the far future. He was employed by an elite class of people who lived in a protected dome to go out and kill other mutants who lived in the exposed environment. Is this the future coming to us today? One has to assume that this is exactly what they are previewing and why they chose that file name. The Norwegian Institute just published a report stating that the Fukushima disaster released twice as much radiation as initially estimated.

It is said that radioactive cesium attaches to muscle cells, including heart cells, and is causing an increase in heart attacks, including heart attacks in young[3] and otherwise healthy athletes who do a lot of cycling and running outdoors. The heart only replaces 1-2% of its cells per year, so it would be more vulnerable to radioactivity than other cells.[4] We already know this is the case with mercury and that athletes have fallen over dead and have been found to have mercury levels 10,000 times higher in their heart tissues. There have also been increases in infant mortality that started immediately after the disaster.

“Infant mortality is the most sensitive indicator of radioactive pollution,” says Leuren Moret.[5] Moret reported that when the nuclear plant at Rancho Seco was shut down, children’s mortality rate dropped 20%, and when the Diablo Canyon plant was turned on, the local population was exposed to enough radiation to drive up the childhood cancer rates in the local area by 80%.

Nuclear expert Arnie Gundersen is saying that radioactive rain-outs will continue for a year—even in Western U.S. and Canada—because the Japanese are burning radioactive materials. Gundersen says that this radioactivity ends up not only in neighboring prefectures, but also in Hawaii, British Columbia, Oregon, Washington and California. Gunderson warns of radioactive air, water, and soil that are going to affect the entire northern hemisphere if not the entire world. Leuren Moret says she has documented 100,000 excess American deaths since the Fukushima disaster, based on CDC data.[6]

Fukushima radiation has taken over our planet.
Leuren Moret

Radioactive iodine, cesium, strontium, plutonium, uranium, and a host of other fission products have been coming directly from Japan to the west coast for 13 months with no sign that it will stop.
Solutions

It’s simply not a good time to be gambling with the safety of our loved ones—with the possibility of a greater explosion at the Japanese nuclear power station with a resultant massive release of radiation that travels far and wide across our planet. We have to learn about natural detoxification and chelation protocols for ourselves and our children and we have to prepare ourselves spiritually, for it is not going to be a picnic surviving the 21st century.

The best solution to radiation poisoning, some have said, is to raise the vibrational level of the person higher than the level of the radiation. Makes some sense but the great question, if true, is how to do that. How do we raise our vibration that makes it more difficult to tear our cells apart with nuclear particles and the energy they put off?

Re-mineralization actually would be the most basic way of changing the frequency of our bodies. When our bodies lack in minerals our cells become like Swiss cheese—full of holes—spaces that heavy metals and radioactive particles just love to fill up. That is why I am recommending strong dosages of organic sulfur, iodine, sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) and magnesium to fill up those holes.

Another way to change frequency that naturalists have long known is to go on a long juice or water fast. Personally I solar gaze when the clouds do not block the sunrise. Doctors might be surprised when I say that the best medicine (besides water) is love and that a wide open heart that radiates out its love is the strongest way of us changing ourselves vibrationally. That’s why I wrote HeartHealth.

Special Note: I am writing a book titled Water Medicine and it’s going to be important to filter our water better and to raise its alkalinity. I have found what I believe to be the very best water in the entire world and that water is available from none other than Paul Mason who is otherwise known as the magnesium librarian. I cannot say enough about his water because it delivers the highest levels of magnesium and bicarbonate in the healthiest form of “magnesium bicarbonate,” which is most difficult to find in liquid form except in the sea. Hospitals should be buying this water by the truckload!
Summing It Up

Fukushima will be stamped on the collective soul of humanity forever. It is a terrible moment for the lot of us but we parents have a special pain to embrace. In my last post, Fear and Courage, I deal with the emotional and feeling side of this catastrophe.

Michio Kaku sums up the Fukushima situation saying, “In regards to Unit 3, we found where we thought there was 33 ft. of water above the core. We put a TV camera in Units 2 and 3. We have TV pictures of the core; Unit 2 is completely liquefied, Unit 3 does not have 33 ft. of water on top of it, it has two feet of water. Two feet of water, not 33, meaning that the core is completely or partially covered, meaning it could liquefy. So between Units 2, which is completely liquefied, Units 3, which is totally exposed, and Unit 4, which has 1,500 spent-fuel rods that, in principle, are exposed to the outside environment, we have a catastrophe in the making.”

Rocky_Shorz
21st May 2012, 19:56
more people have gotten sick and passed since Fukushima then any other time I can remember, there is no question it is affecting health...

tumors growing to 5 inches in under a month...

I would like info, we have sensors on ships in the area that could be giving details of how bad it is...


Wot do you think would happen if we have an economic collapse

and the electric grid produces zero electricity? Wot will happen to

the fuel pools when the water pumps stop worldover? I think they

go off like popcorn. And thats it................period. Same with an EMP.


All is well


Jorr 2.0

they are setting up power grids to autoshutdown if a CME pops towards us that would knock out grids, stereo gives an 8 minute heads up...

that protects the equipment, and power can be restored immediately afterwards.

I would hope more than an 8 minute heads up is possible before an EMP also

Rocky_Shorz
21st May 2012, 20:03
for those who haven't looked at this map in a while, the reporters visited in February, this incident happened in March...

http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/index2.php
http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/index2.php


The water level in the containment vessel of the No. 2 reactor at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant is only about 60 centimeters deep, far shallower than previously assumed levels of about four meters, according to Tokyo Electric Power Co. The lower-than-expected water level was discovered for the first time when the power utility used an industrial endoscope to check the crippled reactor's interior on Monday, TEPCO said. According to some experts, it is possible that nuclear fuel that melted through the reactor's pressure vessel and accumulated on the bottom of the containment vessel in the aftermath of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami may not be completely covered in the water. TEPCO said the water temperature in the vessel remained relatively low within a range of 48.5 C to 50 C. The discovery of the unexpectedly shallow water level will not affect TEPCO's judgment that the reactor is in a state of "cold shutdown."

778 neighbour of some guy
25th May 2012, 14:31
Operators Admit Fukushima Radiation Levels Exceed 2 1/2 Times Announced

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Fukushima plant operators are now admitting that the Fukushima radiation levels emitted from the disaster exceeds almost two and a half times the initial ‘estimate’ produced by Japanese safety regulators. The announcement comes after independent researchers exposed the true amount of radiation leaked from the plant back in October of 2011. The study revealed that significantly more radioactive caesium was released into the atmosphere as a result of the Fukushima explosion than many nuclear experts previously told the public.

Fukushima Radiation Levels: A Cause for Concern

The researchers from this study went against the official explanations (now confirmed as bogus by the operators themselves), and stated that the amount of radioactive isotope caesium-137 released at the height of the crisis was equivalent to 42% of that from Chernobyl. And that’s just the amount released at the height of the event. Many experts have actually labeled the Fukushima event to be even more catastrophic than the Chernobyl incident. Scientists who challenged the official report published their findings online in the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, and authors state that Fukushima radiation levels truly began flooding the environment between being struck by the magnitude-9 earthquake on March 11th and being hit with a tsunami 45 minutes later.

Maxim Shingarkin, an expert in nuclear and radiation security, commented on the situation in Fukushima:

“In fact, this statement came with a big delay. The operating company deliberately concealed this information. The explanation is simple – the company is afraid that any checking by competent experts would reveal its inability to save the situation. Only recently, foreign experts founded a consultative body for the clean-up of the accident’s consequences. Moreover, the company is concealing the information about the amount of pollution of the environment.”

The plant now states that the meltdowns which took place at three reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi plant released about 900,000 terabecquerels of radioactive substances into the air. But what happened to the majority of the radioactive contamination? According to the earlier report, 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. Is it any wonder that ‘hidden’ deaths are now being reported by scientific research?

Health and radiation experts are now admitting that radiation stemming from the Fukushima disaster is leading to an unknown number of deaths as a result of increasing cancer rates around the globe. They are also stating that these deaths will be ‘hidden’ from the public eye due to a lack of accurate identification when it comes to targeting Fukushima-related cancer deaths.

It seems that Japanese government officials and plant higher-ups are now being forced to reveal certain details of the Fukushima disaster. From concealing integral information from the public to ignoring the real threat to public health, there is sincere lack of honesty and communication between many worldwide health officials and the citizens of the world. As information continues to surface, more and more truths will be expelled from the mainstream media and ‘health’ officials alike regarding the troubling event.

778 neighbour of some guy
25th May 2012, 14:49
Good link, check it out.

http://fukushima-diary.com/

http://www.jaif.or.jp/english/

WHO releases mixed Fukushima radiation report

By Stephanie Nebehay

National May. 24, 2012 - 11:50AM JST ( 89 )

GENEVA —

Spikes in radiation caused by the Fukushima nuclear disaster were below cancer-causing levels in almost all of Japan, but infants in one town appear to be at a higher risk of developing thyroid cancer, the World Health Organization said on Wednesday.

In a preliminary report, independent experts said that people in two locations in Fukushima Prefecture may have received a radiation dose of 10-50 millisieverts (mSv) in the year after the accident at the power station operated by TEPCO.

Separately on Wednesday, a U.N. scientific body said that several TEPCO-related workers were “irradiated after contamination of their skin,” but that no clinically observable health effects had been reported.

“Six workers have died since the accident but none of the deaths were linked to irradiation,” said a statement issued in Vienna on the interim findings of a study by the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Radiation (UNSCEAR).

The 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011 wrecked the plant, triggering nuclear meltdowns that contaminated food and water and forced mass evacuations.

Nearly 16,000 people were killed in the earthquake and the tsunami and 3,300 remain unaccounted for.

The areas estimated to have received the highest doses of radiation were Namie town in Futaba and Iitate in Soma, northwest of the stricken plant, the report said.

Infants in Namie were thought to have received thyroid radiation doses of 100-200 mSv, it added. The thyroid is the most exposed organ as radioactive iodine concentrates there and children are deemed especially vulnerable.

“That would be one area because of the estimated high dose that we would have to keep an eye on,” WHO spokesman Gregory Hartl told Reuters. “Below 100 mSv, the studies have not been conclusive.”

Populations exposed to radiation typically stand a greater chance of contracting cancers of all kinds after receiving doses above 100 mSv, according to the United Nations agency. The threshold for acute radiation syndrome is about 1 Sv (1000 mSv).

The local government said in December that the highest exposure levels were in Iitate, where residents were allowed to take their time to leave. It is located 40 km northwest of the plant and outside the 20-km evacuation zone.

The average annual dose from natural background radiation is about 2.4 mSv globally, with a typical range of 1-10 mSv in various regions, according to the 124-page report.

In the rest of Fukushima Prefecture, the effective dose was estimated to be within that band of 1-10 mSv, while effective doses in most of Japan were put at just 0.1-1 mSv.

In the rest of the world, doses were below 0.01 mSv or less, including neighboring Indonesia, the Philippines, South Korea, far eastern parts of Russia, and southeast Asia.

A dose of 0.01 mSv is equivalent to one tenth of the radiation received on a one-stop flight from New York to Tokyo, half the dose received during a chest X-ray, or equal to a dose received during a one-hour visit to one of Egypt’s pyramids.

The report did not deal with radiation exposure suffered by emergency workers or people closest to the disaster site.

“Doses have not been estimated for the zone within 20 kilometers from the Fukushima Daiichi site because most people in the area were evacuated rapidly and an accurate estimation of dose to these individuals would require more precise data than were available,” the report said.

The experts did not examine the short- and long-term health risks for the emergency response workers who worked on the site
- that will be part of a wider WHO report due from a separate group of experts in July. That report will also assess the prospect for long-term increases in cancer cases.

The experts based their assessment on data available up to last September on the amount of radioactivity in air, soil, water and food supplies after the disaster.

Referring to the world’s worst nuclear disaster at Chernobyl in Ukraine in 1986, the report said: “The experience of the Chernobyl accident was that about 30% of the lifetime dose was delivered during the first year and about 70% during the first 15 years.

“On the basis of environmental activity concentration data, it can be expected that the fraction of the lifetime dose beyond the first year will be lower for the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident than for the Chernobyl accident,” it said.

End article.

( by plumber 665, you might want to check out te comment page on the above article, pretty interesting stuff is said there, see link below)

Go to the link, klick it, then click on the HOME page, scroll down to national section, click on WHO article, and see comments especially the top one.

http://www.japantoday.com/category/national/view/m6-quake-hi..

MacStar
26th May 2012, 15:35
Yes there is something going on not just with this, but the whole everything is being watched like a game RIGHT NOW and there seems to be no black and white on many issues.

I have been around this cycle all week and just cannot get enough to convince the "ahh it's not that bad...prove it" types...maybe it's not the point anymore.

There is a lot of dis-info that turns out to be not much better than what we think is correct.

Things are shifting....is anyone else been feeling really uneasy in the pit of the stomach lately?

seigiarchon
27th May 2012, 17:23
Yes there is something going on not just with this, but the whole everything is being watched like a game RIGHT NOW and there seems to be no black and white on many issues.

I have been around this cycle all week and just cannot get enough to convince the "ahh it's not that bad...prove it" types...maybe it's not the point anymore.

There is a lot of dis-info that turns out to be not much better than what we think is correct.

Things are shifting....is anyone else been feeling really uneasy in the pit of the stomach lately?

I have never felt better in my life.

778 neighbour of some guy
28th May 2012, 16:24
16597

28 May 2012

TEPCO video of the 26 May 2012 tour shown below:

http://photo.tepco.co.jp/en/date/2012/201205-e/120526-01e.html

TEPCO high-resolution photos of the tour:

http://photo.tepco.co.jp/en/date/2012/201205-e/120528_01e.html
http://photo.tepco.co.jp/en/date/2012/201205-e/120528-02e.html

27 May 2012

Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station 26 May 2012

These photos are reduced to half-size of the originals. The 16 full-size originals:

http://cryptome.org/2012-info/daiichi-12-0526/daiichi-12-0526.zip (18.4MB)

TEPCO report on structural stability of Unit 4, 25 May 2012:

http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/nu/fukushima-np/images/handouts_120525_05-e.pdf

778 neighbour of some guy
28th May 2012, 16:31
240,000 Bq/Kg at 5km from Imperial Palace
Posted by Mochizuki on May 15th, 2012 · 18 Comments

240,000 Bq/Kg at 5km from Imperial Palace3



The extremely radioactive black substance was found at 4km from the center of Tokyo.

In 10 minutes walk from Hirai station of JR Sobu line, where is about 4 km from Tokyo station, 5 km from Imperial Palace

black substance was found in several places near the play ground of a public estates.



A local citizen’s group found this and had it analyzed by Prof. Yamauchi from Kobe university. He measured 243,000 Bq/Kg of cesium and the surface dose was 2μSv/h.

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Mr. Ishikawa, the chairman of citizen’s group states, the black substance is now everywhere in Tokyo, and it moves by wind or rain.

Roughly estimating, the soil around the black substance is contaminated as 15,600,000 Bq/m2 (cesium134/137).

In Belarus, the place where is more contaminated than 1,480,000Bq/Kg (cesium137) was defined as mandatory evacuation area.

To double the Belarus standard to make it close to the total of cesium 134 and 137, it becomes 2,960,000Bq/m2.

The graph to compare Tokyo to the mandatory evacuation area in Tokyo is below, which shows the contamination situation around Hirai Station is worse than no-man’s zone of Belarus by 527%.

778 neighbour of some guy
28th May 2012, 16:41
Alga was known to selectively absorb radionuclides
Posted by Mochizuki on May 27th, 2012 · 3 Comments

Following up this article..240,000 Bq/Kg at 5km from Imperial Palace

The nature of alga to absorb radionuclide was studied before they found black substance in Minamisoma.



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April 4, 2011 | Research

Addressing the Nuclear Waste Issue

Pond alga could help scientists design effective method for cleaning up nuclear waste

By Megan Fellman

EVANSTON, Ill. — Researchers from Northwestern University and Argonne National Laboratory have an enhanced understanding of a common freshwater alga and its remarkable ability to remove strontium from water. Insight into this mechanism ultimately could help scientists design methods to remove radioactive strontium from existing nuclear waste.

Strontium 90, a major waste component, is one of the more dangerous radioactive fission materials created within a nuclear reactor. It is present in the approximately 80 million gallons of radioactive waste sludge stored in the United States alone.

The researchers are the first to show quantitatively how Closterium moniliferum, one of the bright green algae often seen in ponds, sequesters strontium (in the form of barium-strontium-sulfate crystals). They are using this understanding to think about a practical sequestration system for nuclear waste that maximizes strontium removal. The possibilities include using the algae for direct bioremediation of waste or accidental spills in the environment or designing a new process for waste treatment inspired by how the algae work.

The results are published by the journal ChemSusChem, a sister journal of Angewandte Chemie.

“Nuclear waste cleanup is a problem we have to solve,” said senior author Derk Joester, who experienced Chernobyl’s radioactive fallout when he was a teenager living in southern Germany. “Even if all the nuclear reactors were to shut down tomorrow, the existing volume of waste is great, and it is costly to store. We need to isolate highly radioactive ‘high-level’ waste from ‘low-level’ waste. The algae offer a mechanism for doing this, which we would like to understand and optimize.”

Even though strontium 90 doesn’t appear to be a significant environmental threat following the nuclear accident in Japan, the radioactive isotope will need to be dealt with during the power plant and nuclear waste cleanup, Joester said.

Joester is the Morris E. Fine Junior Professor in Materials and Manufacturing at Northwestern’s McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science.

Strontium 90 has a half-life of about 30 years, is chemically very similar to calcium and thus is drawn to bone. The cumulative cancer risk from strontium 90 exposure when strontium is bound in bones for many years is very high.

The crescent-shaped, single-celled organism studied by Joester and his colleagues naturally makes biominerals that include non-radioactive strontium, and it can differentiate strontium from calcium — a rare feat. The researchers want to learn more about this selectivity because calcium is present in far greater abundance than strontium in nuclear waste, but calcium is harmless. By concentrating the radioactive strontium (Sr-90) in the form of solid crystals with very low solubility, the dangerous high-level waste could be isolated from the rest and dealt with separately.

“Using the algae for direct bioremediation of waste is one approach,” said Joester, who began the research years ago with his graduate student Minna Krejci, “but we also are looking at the basic mechanisms of how the algae sequester strontium so we can engineer a more selective process for waste treatment. We want to isolate and concentrate in the crystals the most strontium possible.”

The algae’s ability to separate strontium from calcium occurs when the crystals are formed inside the cells. The algae first soak up barium, strontium and calcium from their watery environment. Strontium then is sequestered along with barium in the crystals, which remain in the cells, while the calcium is excreted from the cells. (Barium must be present for the organisms to take up strontium.)

Joester and Krejci teamed up with Lydia Finney and Stefan Vogt at the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Laboratory to produce maps showing the distribution of barium, strontium, calcium and several other elements in the cells. At the same time, the composition of the crystals made by the cells was determined. (The crystals are located in the organism’s vacuoles, at the tips of the cells.)

The researchers varied the amount of barium and strontium in the algae’s environment and then measured the amount of strontium taken up into the cell. They found the ratio of barium to strontium in the water affected the amount of strontium incorporated into each crystal. Depending on the medium’s composition, the strontium measured in a crystal ranged from less than 1 percent up to 45 percent. This gives the researchers an avenue for making the process more strontium-selective.

“The synchrotron X-ray microscopy available at the Advanced Photon Source was absolutely critical to this study,” Joester said. “It allowed us to visualize where calcium, strontium and barium go inside the cells.” These sorts of experiments, he noted, are only possible at three synchrotron radiation facilities in the world: the Advanced Photon Source, the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility in France and the SPring-8 in Japan.

Nonradioactive strontium, which is chemically identical to the radioactive version, was used in the experiments. The researchers do not know how well the algae would survive in a radioactive environment, although the organisms have proven resistant in other harsh environments.

The U.S. Department of Energy and the Initiative for Sustainability and Energy at Northwestern supported the research.

Joester, Krejci, Finney and Vogt all are authors of the paper, titled “Selective Sequestration of Strontium in Desmid Green Algae by Biogenic Co-precipitation with Barite.”

Megan Fellman is the science and engineering editor. Contact her at fellman@northwestern.edu



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Iori Mochizuki

778 neighbour of some guy
28th May 2012, 16:47
Tritium is contained 34 times the amount of total gamma nuclides in desalinization apparatus
Posted by Mochizuki on May 27th, 2012 · 1 Comment

Tepco is running the water circulation system to purify. However, it only filters gamme nuclide, beta ones remain the same.

They release only the data of the gross amount of beta nuclides. However, the data of tritium is separated for some reason.

Though some of the data is missing, it was comparable to the total amount of gamma nuclides in the process to enter desalinization apparatus.

The results are like these below. Tritium is contained over 34 times the amount of total gamma nuclides.

Also, the tritium data from the sample taken on 3/20/2012 was concealed in the data published on 3/26/2012. [Link]

They must have obtained the data but did not publish until one month later after the measurement.

The desalinization apparatus is located after cesium filters. The total gamma nuclide might be more than 1/34 times of tritium before cesium filter section, but because the tritium data is missing in that process, it is impossible to compare the amount of tritium and gamma nuclides.

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778 neighbour of some guy
28th May 2012, 16:50
P gov gave up decontaminating only by Japanese resource
Posted by Mochizuki on May 27th, 2012 · 1 Comment

<Quote> [Link]

Inviting U.S. firm group for decontamination in Fukushima

May. 22, 2012

TOKYO –The Japanese government decided to invite a group of U.S. firms to ensure decontamination of areas contaminated by the accident at the Fukushima I nuclear power station. It is preparing to invite about 30 U.S. companies specializing in decontamination in late June. Japan’s governmental and private sectors are to provide information on the present status and the investment climate of decontamination, and the U.S. firms are to make presentations on decontamination-related products. A government-managed decontamination project, which seeks to make the maximum use of the experience and know-how of the U.S. firms, will start this summer.

The Japanese and U.S. governments exchanged letters in March confirming comprehensive cooperation in nuclear research and development. Accident response, decommissioning and decontamination were listed as additional fields of cooperation. The invitation of the U.S. firms is an outcome of cooperation between both governments.

The U.S. firms include the Shaw Group, Energy Solutions and Los Alamos Technical Associates, Inc. (LATA), which have expertise in decontamination. They plan to exhibit their know-how and products, exchange opinions with local governments in Fukushima Prefecture and visit decontamination sites.

Japan’s governmental and private sectors will explain the current status of decontamination, relations with local governments, and use of overseas products and technologies. Expecting the participation of U.S. firms in the project, they will also provide information on Japan’s business and investment environment.

<End>


Iori Mochizuki

¤=[Post Update]=¤

Fukushima Diani blackout because of lighting strike
Posted by Mochizuki on May 28th, 2012 · No Comments

Fukushima Daini nuclear plant went into blackout only for lightning though it’s power station.

A Fukushima plant worker tweeted like these below,,









2F停電中(;゜0゜)

— まさひろ (@masahiro3150) May 28, 2012

<Translate>

Daini blackout.

<End>





@ryotanpa 落雷っすね

— まさひろ (@masahiro3150) May 28, 2012

<Translate>

Lightning struck.

<End>





あ、停電は企業棟だけで、タービンビルとかリアクタービルは生きてますよ。当たり前だけど。

— まさひろ (@masahiro3150) May 28, 2012

<Translate>

It’s only the offices to be in blackout. Turbin buildings and reactor buildings are provided with power.

<End>





どうやら富岡町の東北電力の変電所に落雷との情報。

— まさひろ (@masahiro3150) May 28, 2012

<Translate>

There is information that lightning stuck a substation in Tomioka machi of Tohoku power company.

<End>





2Fはまだ停電中。電力さんが警戒区域に入るのに時間かかってるらしい。まだまだ時間がかかりそう だ。

— まさひろ (@masahiro3150) May 28, 2012

<Translate>

Daini is still in Blackout. Staff from Tohoku power company is taking time to enter the hazard area. It seems to take longer.

<End>





@ryotanpa 非常電源に切り替わってます。

— まさひろ (@masahiro3150) May 28, 2012

<Translate>

Now emergency power generator is turned on.

<End>





お、停電復帰( ´ ▽ ` )ノ

— まさひろ (@masahiro3150) May 28, 2012

<Translate>

Power back on.

<End>



The plant was in blackout about for 2 hours.




Iori Mochizuki

ljwheat
28th May 2012, 16:53
What parallel time line/world is all this shifting us into? And do we have a choice not to shift into this fear of Fukushima?

5lsfnYm3GbE

Arrowwind
28th May 2012, 17:12
Oh give me a break.
that guy sounds pretty dam angry to me.... so what parallel reality does that put him in?

I dont believe a dam word he is saying.

If the Jews did not fear Hitler you think they would still be here?

If the Brits didn't fear Hitler you think they would not have gotten bombed? and Poland? and France?

And all those kids in Japan now dying from heart disease from radiation?

Fear not.

Just jump to a parallel world.

Please leave instructions on how you do it.

ljwheat
28th May 2012, 17:27
Oh give me a break.
that guy sounds pretty dam angry to me.... so what parallel reality does that put him in?

I dont believe a dam word he is saying.

If the Jews did not fear Hitler you think they would still be here?

If the Brits didn't fear Hitler you think they would not have gotten bombed? and Poland? and France?

And all those kids in Japan now dying from heart disease from radiation?

Fear not.

Just jump to a parallel world.

Please leave instructions on how you do it.

aparently the same parallel world alot of you are in.

Arrowwind
28th May 2012, 17:31
Oh give me a break.
that guy sounds pretty dam angry to me.... so what parallel reality does that put him in?

I dont believe a dam word he is saying.

If the Jews did not fear Hitler you think they would still be here?

If the Brits didn't fear Hitler you think they would not have gotten bombed? and Poland? and France?

And all those kids in Japan now dying from heart disease from radiation?

Fear not.

Just jump to a parallel world.

Please leave instructions on how you do it.

aparently the same parallel world alot of you are in.

and that you are in so learn to deal with it in a way that acknowledges that fear is a real human emotion based on a physiologica response designed to show us potential danger. Nothing more and nothing less. How one responds to fear is key and that bozo with his anger on that tape I can do without.

ljwheat
28th May 2012, 17:48
Oh give me a break.
that guy sounds pretty dam angry to me.... so what parallel reality does that put him in?

I dont believe a dam word he is saying.

If the Jews did not fear Hitler you think they would still be here?

If the Brits didn't fear Hitler you think they would not have gotten bombed? and Poland? and France?

And all those kids in Japan now dying from heart disease from radiation?

Fear not.

Just jump to a parallel world.

Please leave instructions on how you do it.

aparently the same parallel world alot of you are in.

and that you are in so learn to deal with it in a way that acknowledges that fear is a real human emotion based on a physiologica response designed to show us potential danger. Nothing more and nothing less. How one responds to fear is key and that bozo with his anger on that tape I can do without.

Defending the fuchsima torch in a lynch mob frame of mind, glass full, no alterative/reality possible, sorry I ruffled your feathers, voice of reason trampled under the feet of a lynch mob runaway train of thought. Forgive me, I’m sorry, I thank you, and I love you. Sorry.

onawah
28th May 2012, 18:03
That "bozo", inasmuch as he is a decorated general, is just the kind of person who can get sleeping people to wake up and listen.
As Bill Ryan advised in his OP
Please note: I don't want any distracting discussion in this thread of Bert Stubblebine's credentials. The facts in the video speak for themselves. My strong personal opinion is that Stubblebine is a very good man.
Namecalling is a not-so-sneaky way of questioning credentials, and that might be ignored elsewhere, but I think it needs to be pointed out here.

How one responds to fear is key and that bozo with his anger on that tape I can do without.[/COLOR]

778 neighbour of some guy
28th May 2012, 18:31
That "bozo", inasmuch as he is a decorated general, is just the kind of person who can get sleeping people to wake up and listen.
As Bill Ryan advised in his OP
Please note: I don't want any distracting discussion in this thread of Bert Stubblebine's credentials. The facts in the video speak for themselves. My strong personal opinion is that Stubblebine is a very good man.
Namecalling is a not-so-sneaky way of questioning credentials, and that might be ignored elsewhere, but I think it needs to be pointed out here.

How one responds to fear is key and that bozo with his anger on that tape I can do without.[/COLOR]

Hi, sorry, i jump in here, the bozo was not Stubblebine, it was aimed at the Bashar clip a few posts back on this page, and yeah it was namecalling but i understand ( listen to the clip).

regards

665

SKIBADABOMSKI
28th May 2012, 19:24
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Deleted..

onawah
28th May 2012, 20:05
Apologies. My mistake. Thanks.

778 neighbour of some guy
28th May 2012, 20:34
Apologies. My mistake. Thanks.

It happens, no worries;)

witchy1
29th May 2012, 10:24
Radioactive Tuna crosses Pacific to US: Well this is in the msm tonight:

(cut and pasted the article)

Across the vast Pacific, the mighty bluefin tuna carried radioactive contamination that leaked from Japan's crippled nuclear plant to the shores of the United States 9600 kilometres away - the first time a huge migrating fish has been shown to carry radioactivity such a distance.

"We were frankly kind of startled," said Nicholas Fisher, one of the researchers reporting the findings online overnight (NZ time) in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The levels of radioactive cesium were 10 times higher than the amount measured in tuna off the California coast in previous years. But even so, that's still far below safe-to-eat limits set by the US and Japanese governments.

Previously, smaller fish and plankton were found with elevated levels of radiation in Japanese waters after a magnitude-9 earthquake in March 2011 triggered a tsunami that badly damaged the Fukushima Dai-ichi reactors.
But scientists did not expect the nuclear fallout to linger in huge fish that sail the world because such fish can metabolise and shed radioactive substances.

One of the largest and speediest fish, Pacific bluefin tuna can grow to three metres and weigh more than 450 kilograms. They spawn off the Japan coast and swim east at breakneck speed to school in waters off California and the tip of Baja California, Mexico.

Five months after the Fukushima disaster, Fisher of Stony Brook University in New York and a team decided to test Pacific bluefin that were caught off the coast of San Diego. To their surprise, tissue samples from all 15 tuna captured contained levels of two radioactive substances - ceisum-134 and cesium-137 - that were higher than in previous catches.

To rule out the possibility that the radiation was carried by ocean currents or deposited in the sea through the atmosphere, the team also analysed yellowfin tuna, found in the eastern Pacific, and bluefin that migrated to Southern California before the nuclear crisis. They found no trace of cesium-134 and only background levels of cesium-137 left over from nuclear weapons testing in the 1960s.

The results "are unequivocal. Fukushima was the source," said Ken Buesseler of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, who had no role in the research.

Bluefin tuna absorbed radioactive cesium from swimming in contaminated waters and feeding on contaminated prey such as krill and squid, the scientists said. As the predators made the journey east, they shed some of the radiation through metabolism and as they grew larger. Even so, they weren't able to completely flush out all the contamination from their system.

"That's a big ocean. To swim across it and still retain these radionuclides is pretty amazing," Fisher said.

Pacific bluefin tuna are prized in Japan where a thin slice of the tender red meat prepared as sushi can fetch US$24 per piece at top Tokyo restaurants. Japanese consume 80 per cent of the world's Pacific and Atlantic bluefin tuna.
The real test of how radioactivity affects tuna populations comes this summer when researchers planned to repeat the study with a larger number of samples. Bluefin tuna that journeyed last year were exposed to radiation for about a month. The upcoming travelers have been swimming in radioactive waters for a longer period. How this will affect concentrations of contamination remains to be seen.

Now that scientists know that bluefin tuna can transport radiation, they also want to track the movements of other migratory species including sea turtles, sharks and seabirds.

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http://www.stuff.co.nz/oddstuff/7005943/Radioactive-tuna-crosses-Pacific-to-US

Vitalux
29th May 2012, 11:07
Thanks for the heads up Bill

Up in Ontario Canada it is my hope that my family and will not have to deal too much with radiation, however we live smack in the middle of two other nuclear power plants ie, Pickering nuclear generating station, and Darlington nuclear generating station. Both within 15 miles of my home.

I no longer worry too much about it and just figure death is ultimately the end product of reality.

What I find mind boggling is I know a couple teachers from Japan and they are in denial about the Nuclear problem in that country and choose to believe the official government version.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sakN2hSVxA

It would be wonderful if the powers in the world could for once in History give us the truth.
History always repeats itself, perhaps this is a kick-start to the end of humanity for a spell. :(

Carmody
30th May 2012, 01:50
Up in Ontario Canada it is my hope that my family and will not have to deal too much with radiation, however we live smack in the middle of two other nuclear power plants ie, Pickering nuclear generating station, and Darlington nuclear generating station. Both within 15 miles of my home.


I know someone who was involved in the building of the Darlington facility.

Every single engineer who was involved in the design and implementation (at the core level)...moved their families upwind and upstream from it.

Arrowwind
30th May 2012, 06:19
That "bozo", inasmuch as he is a decorated general, is just the kind of person who can get sleeping people to wake up and listen.
As Bill Ryan advised in his OP
Please note: I don't want any distracting discussion in this thread of Bert Stubblebine's credentials. The facts in the video speak for themselves. My strong personal opinion is that Stubblebine is a very good man.
Namecalling is a not-so-sneaky way of questioning credentials, and that might be ignored elsewhere, but I think it needs to be pointed out here.

How one responds to fear is key and that bozo with his anger on that tape I can do without.[/COLOR]

Hi, sorry, i jump in here, the bozo was not Stubblebine, it was aimed at the Bashar clip a few posts back on this page, and yeah it was namecalling but i understand ( listen to the clip).

regards

665

Exactly. Stubblelbine would not have the carrier he had nor have much respect from anyone if he talked to people the way that "bozo" did in that youtube clip.

Bill Ryan
1st July 2012, 15:18
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I just received this e-mail. It was forwarded by a regular Camelot correspondent. I do not know Kayo Uejima. I've not edited it in any way.


Date: Saturday, June 30, 2012 5:05:30 pm
To: "Kayo Uejima" <kayo@lablink.jp>
From: "Kayo Uejima" <kayo@lablink.jp>
Subject: (flash report) Breakdown of cooling machine of 4 reactor





Dear All

I inform sadness information to you.
Though I wish to cry for deep sadness, I cannot tear for my deep shock
after reading sudden the following information at this early morning.

At last midnight, a few newspapers had published breakdown of cooling
machine of 4 reactor for failure of restoration work in Fukushima by
only website news.

In the most recent newspaper, Jiji com published increasing temperature
of spent fuel pool of reactor 4 after breakdown of cooling machine.
Sorry, though the following news by Jiji.com is the most important evidence about this crisis,
this news is reported by only Japanese.
http://www.jiji.com/jc/eqa?g=eqa&k=2012063000395

TEPCO publishes 65 degree that shows dangerous zone will occur within
60 hours after yesterday. Therefore, restoration work of cooling machine
begins at today. If restoration work is failure in reactor 4, nobody
cannot enter to Fukushima Daiichi. This means collapse of northern
Hemisphere as well as sudden death of a lot of Japanese including me(
probably) . However, TV and newspapers have never published it to
general people.

In short, today and tomorrow mean turning point about crisis for Japan
and nothern earth.

I sent information with Japanese word by Japanese website media and
journalist who can get direct mail from TEPCO to my Japanese friends.

But I could not inform the meaning of terrible fact after failure about
restoration work of cooling machine to them. Because we cannot escape to
anywhere. Even if there is difference of distance that means difference
by sudden death or gradual death, the possibility of death by radiation
will become very high in Japanese people after restoration work of
cooling machine.

I write same information by major newspaper and journailst in website at
postscript to you for your sending to your Japanese friends and family
etc.

Then, you may be able to read emergent condition of the above by the
following site.
http://www.excite-webtl.jp/world/english/web/?wb_url=http://kaleido11.blog111.fc2.com/blog-entry-1386.html&wb_lp=JAEN&wb_dis=2

You can directly read emergence condition of reactor 4 in the following
site by English.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eg4CMqx_k9A&list=UUGgjg_GtkfOA4bw6muL_Lgg&index=1&feature=plcp

http://akiomatsumura.com/fukushima-one-year-later-focus-on-reactor-4

I can only pray for save people and nature.
I can only appreciate workers with high radioactive exposure in
Fukushima Daiichi very much.

God Bress Japan

Best wishes

Kayo Uejima

Bill Ryan
1st July 2012, 16:13
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Re the potentially important post above -- here's a slightly edited (and intelligently interpreted) Google translation of http://www.jiji.com/jc/eqa?g=eqa&k=2012063000395 :






Abnormality in the pump units in Fukushima, which are the cooling system of Unit 4 - TEPCO

On 30 June, TEPCO announced that an alarm reported that there is an abnormality in the apparatus to cool the spent fuel pool water of Fukushima No. 4 nuclear power plant.

According to the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and the Tokyo Electric Power, the alarm was sounded at 6:25 am on 30 June.

There is a possibility that the secondary emergency power system to pump the cooling system will not work either, and that the control motor has failed.

TEPCO has begun the repair. The pool water temperature was 31 degrees when the cooling system was shut down, but rose to 36.6 degrees at 6:00 pm on June 30.

65 degrees is the upper limit of safety, which would be reached within 60 hours if the cooling system is not repaired.


My own comment: it's hard to evaluate how serious this is. If a simple pump has failed, or a control system has developed a fault, maybe a component simply needs to be replaced, and the situation is easily fixed.

But if the systems are complex and interdependent in an already heavily damaged and patched-up structure, this might not be so straightforward. Kayo Uejima was clearly extremely alarmed and upset, and he's likely to know rather more than we do at the moment.

Cidersomerset
1st July 2012, 16:33
This is one of the reason I keep Ions material on the back boiler as he/she has said for the last two years that the atmosphere
is going to change drastically and Fuchishima and other radition leaks is the cause.If you are able to contact James Martinez
its worth asking him.He knows I am a member of Avalon and mention them now and again, and Bob read from my assension
thread a couple of weeks ago live on their Cash flow show which Bob found amusing.

They have changed the timing of the show to 3am fri am so I am unable to listen live so have to listen to archive, There last
two shows were 5hr long each. The point is if you do have his contact number he would be worth a call.Kerry had him on a
second time last year but they did not talk about the Ion material, but about his Walter Bowart connections and
maybe cold fusion ?..
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
This is a post from said thread and partly illustrates my interpretation ...


Re: BOB , James and Carolyn explaining Assencion....144double helix's, chromozone 14,



Yes that very good Linda....The 'essence of creation is the spoken word'...originally ion said it was thought but there is a subtle difference....

The original explanation was the 3-2-1 of creation....

3—Imagine what you want
2—Let non-physical bring it into existence
1—Add details

http://informationfarm.blogspot.co.u...-want-3-2.html


Ion has modified it a bit since then and says things like if you relax and allow the desire will manifest
into your reality...The power is the spoken word , which made sence to me when you think
of someone having a thought to invent something , but untill it is named & built and used it
is still a thought...So by the use of speech its brought into use and our physical reality.
Because if its left as a thought as many creations are they go back to the 'Guf' with our
non-physical as unrealised,until they are reborn into physical again and over time , but not time as
we know it as there is no time just one gigantic now!!! Though the cycle is coming to a end and
we are comming back to our power , back to the immortal being we once were.
As we are and have always been eternal beings...

This involves the 'Guf'( Jewish for heaven) emptying, thats why there are so many 'gods' us on the
physical earth at the momment, we are going to come back into our power some knowingly many by
default and non-physical and physical will become one again as we were...

This is only part of it and Its hard to explain,though easier to visualise when you hear Ion
& Bob explain it..... It invloves ,the change of Atmosphere H 197, blood and DNA , thru the
activation of 144,000 cells ,double helixs , ring & arms, chromozone 14 and the the activation
of RNA which acts as a Zerox copier to duplcate everycell in the body perfectly, which is how
the physical body will be able to last forever.....All great stuff ..Steve


Ion explains Ascension here......


HBFmnOSjDxE





iON | The Veil is Thinning & The Guf is Emptying

http://informationfarm.blogspot.co.u...-emptying.html

I don't know if any of this resonates with anything you have come across from
other sources ? The information on all subjects discussed on the shows is vast.

The only down side to it if it is just a elaborate way to sell RNA drops then
its another dead end.....But it seems much more than that to me...Steve

Mad Hatter
1st July 2012, 16:35
So what to make of all this especially in light of the Galen video on this thread...

http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?46819-A-video-they-won-t-want-you-to-see--Galen-Winsor-nuclear-scam-

Lefty Dave
1st July 2012, 16:38
Thanks for the headsup, Bill...

Much like the BP rig disaster, they do nothing to correct the situation....but do EVERYTHING they can to hide it. Also, no one is held responsible ! Shameful.

Appreciate you staying on top of this.

Blessings

Christine
1st July 2012, 17:54
Hello All,

I am thinking that this may be one of our last opportunities to confront a very real physical problem and DO something about it. I do not know if the communiqué that Bill received is reliable. What I DO KNOW is that the danger of a nuclear meltdown in Japan (and else where on our planet) is REAL, existing in this dimension that we actually inhabit most of the time.

We can speculate, dream, visualize, experience other realities, journey through the astral and some of you have been able to penetrate into the time/space matrix... okay and ? All the claims of our god like abilities and all the proclamations that we create our reality. SO...? If we do not demonstrate this HERE AND NOW we do nothing.

La Tigra

sdv
1st July 2012, 18:13
So what to make of all this especially in light of the Galen video on this thread...

http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...-nuclear-scam-

Of course Galen wants to promote the safety of nuclear energy because he is an insider who benefits from humanity using nuclear energy.

Think of it this way ... would you establish your household on the slopes of a volcano? Maybe the soil is fertile and so it is a good place, and the volcano only erupts in a life-threatening way once about every six generations, but with anomalies and no one can predict when the next eruption will be and how big it will be. You can establish your household on the slopes and prosper for six generations, but in doing so you take the risk that you can get wiped out in this generation.

Major nuclear accidents that cause instant death and great harm can be caused by an earthquake, tsunami, major CME ... any major natural phenomena. Surely as human beings, who like to think we are greatly technologically advanced, we can do better than that? Surely we can say no to something that is potentially so dangerous, in ways that we cannot control, and look for better alternatives?

Cognitive Dissident
1st July 2012, 20:04
Here is the latest:

http://enenews.com/tepco-cooling-system-back-on-at-spent-fuel-pool-no-4

Problem fixed this time, but a disaster could occur at any time, especially if there is an earthquake.

And the consequences would be catastrophic, especially for the northern hemisphere.

Rocky_Shorz
1st July 2012, 20:16
so much for un-interuptable Power Supplies...

from your link


(UPDATE) TEPCO managed to bypass the UPS and restarted the cooling system at 3:07PM on July 1. At the time of the restart, the temperature of the water inside the Spent Fuel Pool was 42.9 degrees Celsius. TEPCO plans to replace the faulty UPS this week. (From the tweets of another independent journalist who receives TEPCO email.)

Cognitive Dissident
1st July 2012, 20:18
Yeah, TEPCO are just making it up as they go along.

And probably not telling us everything they know, either.

Kumonitori
1st July 2012, 21:58
Visual info from Japanese media JNN, saying: Unit 4 went into "auto shut down mode" (what ever that means...are they still running it by a computer, possibly infected with STUX?) due to electrical system failure (actually,it's their back up electrical system failure). Water in pool rose to 42.9 degrees Celsius during the 33 hours the electrical system was down (preventing the pump to work) and increased water temp. 12 degrees. TEPCO has managed to start-up the electrical system and the pumps are online again.

Apparently, this has happened before and not the first time (April 13th previous).
I think there is quite a lot the Japanese people are not told, and the majority are just left in dark, state of ignorance (sadly, some prefer it that way... hopeless:pray:).

qQf5m_ogPCk

cloud9
1st July 2012, 22:53
Thanks Mat Hatter for the link to the thread of Galen Winsor but it seems nobody saw it yet, even Bill despite my comment about it in another thread after he said something about Fukushima too.

Please people, take the time to see this video, ALL OF IT, even Bill Ryan should see it and then comment your thoughts, It's incredibly important.

Now, I'd like to know if the members who follow this thread have information about the amount of people that have died in Japan due to radiation.

I have to confess this is the first time I have visited this thread because I never thought there was any danger from the Japan tragedy.

If what this man says is true (I believe it is) it only shows how powerful fear is, also it shows that even the experts believe what it has been given to them without any further investigation and so we have been deceived once more in a big way.

Oh God, when it's going to end? (The lies)



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Mad Hatter
2nd July 2012, 05:42
Of course Galen wants to promote the safety of nuclear energy because he is an insider who benefits from humanity using nuclear energy.

Funny how one mans 'insider' can be another mans 'whistleblower'...

If you watched the 'entire' video and have come to your conlusions I can accept that...

But I did watch ALL of it and concluded that unfortunately I do not have the wherewithal to cross check the information but it is remarkable and if true quite an eye opener. Especially the 'cui bono' aspect to it. I live in hope that someone here may actually be able to coroborate it to some extent which then makes all this hoopla nothing more than fear porn.

Don't get me wrong I'd rather have any one of the 45+ patented overunity devices powering the world but since that is not going to happen over night we are left with the current situation to deal with which for all intents and purposes based on the face value of this thread means that at least half the planet is going to die regardless. But keep in mind this is what was said about Chernobyl...

If we apply the precautionary principle in all cases mankind would still not have harnessed fire....think about it....it seems to me where we fall down as a collective is when we allow rediculous sums of money to be thrown at any promising technology for weaponisation first before it is acceptable to be used for the benefit of the masses. I'm pretty sure cold fusion would be a reality by now except for the fact that no-one has managed to find a way to weaponise it. (yet)

Donning my cynical cap for a second... since this is a simple reflection of the consequences of Nationalistic fervor by the masses in action tell me why should I really be concerned with saving the contents of a gene pool that shallow. I cannot help but see a certain degree of irony that the nations that presented us with how to misuse this technology are all in the northen hemisphere more especially the USA which to this day continues to poison large swathes of the middle east with depleted uranium all in the name of spreading their particular brand of demockery. So who am I to even think of standing in the way of Karma delivering this lot a massive kick up the kybher pass since to do otherwise could be seen as a tad hypocritical.

Having said that what are the options for those in the southern hemisphere. Do they want to be inundated by those rich enough to escape which will mainly comprise the same sort of intelligence that produced the problem to start with? If push comes to shove it would make far more sense to only take in the original first peoples from each continent and leave the rest to their collective Karmic destiny, no?

Soooo... do I look at that as a good thing or a bad thing? Do I organise one big end of the world party for those interested in such a thing and offer to hand out the Kool Aid?

what to do, what to do.....

Andrew
2nd July 2012, 12:48
Thanks Mat Hatter for the link to the thread of Galen Winsor but it seems nobody saw it yet, even Bill despite my comment about it in another thread after he said something about Fukushima too.

Please people, take the time to see this video, ALL OF IT, even Bill Ryan should see it and then comment your thoughts, It's incredibly important.

Now, I'd like to know if the members who follow this thread have information about the amount of people that have died in Japan due to radiation.

I have to confess this is the first time I have visited this thread because I never thought there was any danger from the Japan tragedy.

If what this man says is true (I believe it is) it only shows how powerful fear is, also it shows that even the experts believe what it has been given to them without any further investigation and so we have been deceived once more in a big way.

Oh God, when it's going to end? (The lies)



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Thankyou cloud9 and Madhatter for posting my thoughts exactly... And I to am blown away by the info in Galens video and eagerly awaiting more responses about it. I like Galen he seems like he's telling the truth and it makes sense, even at a couple of points in the film he stutters his breath like when you get that shiver when your talking about something really important.

nearing
2nd July 2012, 13:45
Is it not possible that what he ate wasn't radioactive at all?

This video is pretty old, wouldn't another scientist (or more) like him have come out by now if what he is saying is true?

Studies abound with prove of mutation and death from increased radiation in living organisms. Also the increase in cancer from an increased exposure over time.

I just don't buy what he is saying, sorry.

Houman
2nd July 2012, 14:41
http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lpm49nj9CW1qdqbfqo1_1280.jpg reactor core

http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lrnf5byCx41qlsik3o1_500.jpg
Cherenkov radiation.

http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lww6v83vI21qhx7gmo1_1280.jpg
Nuclear reactor. the blue glow is the ionization of particles.

Cidersomerset
2nd July 2012, 14:47
Thanks Houman nice pictures......The quote has just amused me.....

Nuclear reactor. the blue glow is the ionization of particles.

I have been listening to Ion for the last couple of years and he says that Fuchishima is part of a bigger event
as I put in a earlier post............and the Ionization proccess in the photo and the information from Ion
is a ammusing if worrying coincidence !!!...LOL....Steve

Christine
2nd July 2012, 15:11
This is good news for the moment - but let us not forget that no permanent solution has been found.

From http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/nn20120702a9.html

Monday, July 2, 2012

Cooling system fixed at Fukushima plant's No. 4 fuel pool

Kyodo

The cooling system for the No. 4 reactor's hazardous spent-fuel pool came back to life Sunday at the crippled Fukushima No. 1 power plant after emergency repairs succeeded, Tokyo Electric Power Co. said.

The cooling system automatically shut down on Saturday for unknown reasons, allowing the water in the pool to reach 42.9 degrees Sunday. The pool must stay filled to prevent the used rods from burning up.

The cooling system resumed shortly after 3 p.m. The temperature in the pool, which is sitting perilously atop the reactor in a heavily damaged building, was 33.3 degrees when the cooling system failed Saturday morning.

The company believes a part in the cooling system's emergency power unit caused the shutdown and plans to replace it "soon."

The pool contains 1,535 fuel assemblies — including 204 unused ones — that could all burn up if the remainder of the building collapses and dumps the water out. The same cooling system also was suspended on June 4.

cloud9
3rd July 2012, 03:31
This is good news for the moment - but let us not forget that no permanent solution has been found.

From http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/nn20120702a9.html

Monday, July 2, 2012

Cooling system fixed at Fukushima plant's No. 4 fuel pool

Kyodo

The cooling system for the No. 4 reactor's hazardous spent-fuel pool came back to life Sunday at the crippled Fukushima No. 1 power plant after emergency repairs succeeded, Tokyo Electric Power Co. said.

The cooling system automatically shut down on Saturday for unknown reasons, allowing the water in the pool to reach 42.9 degrees Sunday. The pool must stay filled to prevent the used rods from burning up.

The cooling system resumed shortly after 3 p.m. The temperature in the pool, which is sitting perilously atop the reactor in a heavily damaged building, was 33.3 degrees when the cooling system failed Saturday morning.

The company believes a part in the cooling system's emergency power unit caused the shutdown and plans to replace it "soon."

The pool contains 1,535 fuel assemblies — including 204 unused ones — that could all burn up if the remainder of the building collapses and dumps the water out. The same cooling system also was suspended on June 4.

It is very possible that the problems they are having and the reactor kind of going on and off is what this man explains here. Unfortunately I didn't pay attention or wrote down at what time he said it and it seems a natural reaction or at least explainable, meaning there's a known cause for it.

Anyway, who is going to tell the japanese? Only if one of them was an avalonian...

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Arrowwind
3rd July 2012, 04:03
[QUOTE=La Tigra;515302]This is good news for the moment - but let us not forget that no permanent solution has been found.

From http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/nn20120702a9.html

Anyway, who is going to tell the japanese? Only if one of them was an avalonian...



Actually we do have at least one avelonian that is from Japan.

article of interest: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/05/120523170536.htm

Amzer Zo
27th September 2012, 11:09
Incredibly Effective Protection from Fukushima Nuclear Radiation Effects (http://naturalsociety.com/best-protection-fukushima-nuclear-radiation-effects/)

Paul Fassa NaturalSociety
September 26, 2012


http://naturalsociety.com/wp-content/uploads/orangeonblue-235x147.jpg


A special study conducted by Dr. Atsuo Yanagisawa, M.D., Ph.D., from the Japanese College of Intravenous Therapy (JCIT) took a group of men working on the Fukushima site and administered 25,000 mg (milligrams) or 25 grams of vitamin C as a pretreatment prior to half of the men entering the area. What you’re about to learn is that this measure of protection may be one of the best when dealing with nuclear radiation effects.


A Solution to Fukushima’s Nuclear Radiation Effects

After their hazardous work, thorough medical evaluations determined they were clear of DNA damage and precancerous indicators that would have otherwise occurred from the radiation. The untreated workers showed DNA damage and precancerous indicators, but they received a similar post treatment protocol for a couple of months and recovered completely.

The Japanese College’s work and findings were supressed because TEPCO, the firm that owns the Fukushima plant, the Japanese government, and Japanese media all have ignored them and their science based advice.

Their report was published in the States by a major orthomolecular (nutritional medicine) information center, Orhomolecular.org. The report covers the JCIT study (http://www.orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v08n17.shtml) with links to JCIT’s videos. Very few media outlets know of this report.

Mega-dose vitamin C administered by IV (intravenously) gets more vitamin C into the bloodstream directly than orally administered C. Unfortunately it is difficult to find someone who will do IV C in the USA, thanks to our Medical Mafia. If you can find someone near you (http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v06n09.shtml), it can be a bit pricey per treatment.

But there is another solution that anyone can access with less cost, and it can be taken orally. Liposomal encapsulated C surpasses even IV C’s ability to penetrate your cells, where it is ultimately needed. So it takes considerably less liposomal encapsulated vitamin C to equal thousands of milligrams of IV C.


The Alan Smith Story

The poster guy for liposomal encapsulated vitamin C is New Zealand farmer, Alan Smith. After the hospital threatened to take him off life support while he was in a coma with double pneumonia and leukemia complications from a bout with the flu, Alan’s family pushed for mega-dose vitamin C administered intravenously.

The vitamin C was administered for a couple of days, but doctors refused to continue even after Alan showed signs of improving. After the family got an attorney involved, the hospital resumed with much lower doses, going from 50 grams daily to two grams daily.

After this happened, Alan’s family found out about a new vitamin C product called Lypo-Spheric. It is an orally consumed gel in packets that can be ordered online. The family brought packets into Alan’s hospital room after he could begin eating again. After six days of only six grams of the vitamin C, Alan walked out of the hospital.

Alan Smith’s story was presented in New Zealand TV’s version of 60 Minutes. In the last few minutes of that presentation (http://www.3news.co.nz/Living-Proof-Vitamin-C---Miracle-Cure/tabid/371/articleID/171328/Default.aspx), you’ll see a still of Alan with those packets in his hospital room. Oh yeah, a year later Alan had no trace of leukemia.


How Liposomal C Works and How You Can Make Your Own

So how did six grams of oral C daily do the job of 50 grams daily of IV C? Dr. Tom Levy, a prominent orthomolecular physician with years of experience administering vitamin C intravenously was shocked to discover Lypo-Spheric was obtaining the same clinical results as mega-dose IV C. Dr. Levy came to realize that the combination of vitamin C and essential phospholipids radically improved cellular bioavailability.

Tiny particles of vitamin C coated with phospholipids create molecules of vitamin C coated with a substance similar to the cell walls. Thus those coated vitamin C molecules can slip into the cells easily. Encapsulation also avoids diarrhea thresholds of normal oral C.

You can even make your own liposomal encapsulated vitamin C. The homemade version is estimated to get around 60% of its vitamin C content into your body’s cells rather than 90%, but it’s more economical.

There are two similar methods for making your own liposomal C: One here (http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=SeU--wadrMY) and the other here (http://www.pdazzler.com/archives/62).

I have no financial connections with Lypo-Spheric.


Read more: http://naturalsociety.com/best-protection-fukushima-nuclear-radiation-effects/#ixzz27fPfQbkt

Edit: See also this post (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?41435-DIY-easy-high-dose-anti-oxidant-therapy&p=436329&viewfull=1#post436329) and this post (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?41435-DIY-easy-high-dose-anti-oxidant-therapy&p=436335&viewfull=1#post436335) <--- by Paul.

Paul
27th September 2012, 15:35
Edit: See also this post (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?41435-DIY-easy-high-dose-anti-oxidant-therapy&p=436329&viewfull=1#post436329) and this post (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?41435-DIY-easy-high-dose-anti-oxidant-therapy&p=436335&viewfull=1#post436335) <--- by Paul.
Aha - thanks - saved me searching my past posts :).

I've made one change to my recipe since those posts. I use potassium bicarbonate rather than sodium bicarbonate (aka baking soda) to buffer the ascorbic acid.

The following article discusses potassium bicarbonate: Diet, evolution and aging -- The pathophysiologic effects of the post-agricultural inversion of the potassium-to-sodium and base-to-chloride ratios in the human diet, by Frassetto L, Morris RC Jr, Sellmeyer DE, Todd K, Sebastian A. (pdf) (www.ionizers.org/pdf/3-scientific-articles/Diet_Evolution_and_Aging.pdf)

I also consume about one tablespoon of potassium bicarbonate in my drinking water daily, along with some Himalayan pink salt, and Willard water.

Yes - liposomal Vitamin C (and liposomal glutathione) continue to be my favorite "wonder drugs" for getting toxins out of the body, whether due to excess radiation, or in my case apparently old dental work while I await the dental appointment to pull those bad teeth.

Oh - I've changed my dose from my earlier posts linked above, from a teaspoon of the liposomal at a time, in grapefruit juice, to a tablespoon at a time.

Amzer Zo
27th September 2012, 16:27
[[...]

I've made one change to my recipe since those posts. I use potassium bicarbonate rather than sodium bicarbonate (aka baking soda) to buffer the ascorbic acid.

[...]

Thanks for the the improved recipe!

Any tips/links on where to find potassium bicarbonate?

While on the subject of potassium, there is also this thread:

Got Potassium? Maybe that is why you don't have glowing health! (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?28983-Got-Potassium-Maybe-that-is-why-you-don-t-have-glowing-health-)

Paul
27th September 2012, 16:45
Any tips/links on where to find potassium bicarbonate?
Ah - yes - good question. Finding potassium bicarbonate is a bit tricky.

It is used by wine makers to control the acidity of wine. They use potassium bicarbonate to reduce acidity, and calcium chloride to increase it.

Try searching for "wine making potassium bicarbonate" products. Or you can take the short cut and go straight to my current favorite vendor for this: nuts.com

Midnight Rambler
17th October 2012, 14:07
Ground Under Fukushima Unit Four Sinking, Structure on the Verge of Complete Collapse

This could lead to a meltdown of reactor 4 which will cause a fire and will lead to the meltdown of the other reactors according to the Youtube clip translation.

-LCTv65aqgA

Via (https://twitter.com/davidicke/status/258496519014068224)


[snip]The video is limited on YouTube (i.e. only those with the URL can view it, and it's not Google-searchable). [snip]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJIEZvX4PZI
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJIEZvX4PZI)
Actually the video is now searchable in Google i have found.

Arrowwind
17th October 2012, 14:41
So the video says that considerations have been made to remove the spent fuel rods. Is this happening yet? It seems to me to be the only real solution. Load those workers with vitamin c and glutathione and send them in.

Paul
17th October 2012, 19:52
Load those workers with vitamin c and glutathione and send them in.
Liposomal vitamin C and glutathione - two thumbs for my favorite two detoxifiers.

(Sorry ... a bit off topic.)

DeDukshyn
17th October 2012, 21:06
Any tips/links on where to find potassium bicarbonate?
Ah - yes - good question. Finding potassium bicarbonate is a bit tricky.

It is used by wine makers to control the acidity of wine. They use potassium bicarbonate to reduce acidity, and calcium chloride to increase it.

Try searching for "wine making potassium bicarbonate" products. Or you can take the short cut and go straight to my current favorite vendor for this: nuts.com

You can get buffered C in pre blended formulations - likely from healthfood stores. The company I work for makes one; here is an example:
http://www.aor.ca/html/products.php?id=91 -- likely there are several other companies making something similar.

I can't get you any though, so don't ask. ;)

Paul
17th October 2012, 21:13
I can't get you any though, so don't ask. ;)
That's ok - I make my own - liposomal buffered vitamin C. Search for posts by myself with the word "liposomal" for more details. I'm wandering a bit off topic here.

My favorite ordinary powder, non-liposomal, vitamin C: C-Salts (http://www.nutri.com/index.cfm/product/54_1/c-salts-26-oz.cfm). It has a higher proportion of potassium ascorbate than most alternatives.

DeDukshyn
17th October 2012, 21:16
Load those workers with vitamin c and glutathione and send them in.
Liposomal vitamin C and glutathione - two thumbs for my favorite two detoxifiers.

(Sorry ... a bit off topic.)

I recently started on MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) and a sustained release NAC (N-acetyl-l-cysteine). The MSM is to alleviate an organic sulfur inefficiency (which I now wholly believe everyone is either deficient or inefficient in), and the SR NAC (with the (r+) form of lipoic acid) for glutathione production.

After about three months, I can see dramatic results already. My skin is in excellent shape - no more blemishes or blackheads or open pores AT ALL. My muscles feel stronger and I just seem to have a little more energy than previously. I also recently powered through a flu with minimal symptoms -- my immune system seems in tip top shape.

DeDukshyn
17th October 2012, 21:19
I can't get you any though, so don't ask. ;)
That's ok - I make my own - liposomal buffered vitamin C. Search for posts by myself with the word "liposomal" for more details. I'm wandering a bit off topic here.

My favorite ordinary powder, non-liposomal, vitamin C: C-Salts (http://www.nutri.com/index.cfm/product/54_1/c-salts-26-oz.cfm). It has a higher proportion of potassium ascorbate than most alternatives.

Liposomal is a better delivery anyway. ;)


Back on topic though:

Does anyone know if there's been anyone getting sick or dying yet from the Fukishima radiation? Have there been any measurable effects yet on humans?

Arrowwind
17th October 2012, 22:59
It all depends on who you read and who you believe. We will never get a straight answer, just like with Chernobyl

14,000 here: http://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/study-fukushima-radiation-has-already-killed-14000-americans

130 here: http://thechart.blogs.cnn.com/2012/07/17/researchers-estimate-130-might-die-from-fukushima-related-cancers/

5 here: http://asiancorrespondent.com/53036/the-fukushima-death-toll/

the UN says 0 : http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/23/fukushima-deaths-radiation_n_1540397.html

DeDukshyn
17th October 2012, 23:18
It all depends on who you read and who you believe. We will never get a straight answer, just like with Chernobyl

14,000 here: http://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/study-fukushima-radiation-has-already-killed-14000-americans

130 here: http://thechart.blogs.cnn.com/2012/07/17/researchers-estimate-130-might-die-from-fukushima-related-cancers/

5 here: http://asiancorrespondent.com/53036/the-fukushima-death-toll/

the UN says 0 : http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/23/fukushima-deaths-radiation_n_1540397.html


14,000 in US but 0 in Japan? That means lies. Upon closer look at that article, some weird pseudo "non-statistics" were used to "derive" that number (i.e. accidental deaths and homicides directly contributed to those stats). It's a bit like saying "Penguin population was down by 500 in Antarctica the same year hurricane Katrina hit the southern USA, therefore Katrina killed 500 penguins. Only an idiot would even try to make a claim like that - it was clearly done for a sensation title to get mouse clicks only.

Ok, so in other words there has been no ill effects directly related to the radiation of the reactor meltdowns? It's been 9 months now, surely the worst nuclear disaster on record is having some negative effects on human health. Why would there be no info? Would that be because the media and PTW don't want to scare us with this horrendous truth so they can control our actions further?

Something seems amiss ... either that or the danger was blown out of proportion, or a "miracle" has happened (which I cannot rule out)

DeDukshyn
17th October 2012, 23:54
Is it not possible that what he ate wasn't radioactive at all?

This video is pretty old, wouldn't another scientist (or more) like him have come out by now if what he is saying is true?

Studies abound with prove of mutation and death from increased radiation in living organisms. Also the increase in cancer from an increased exposure over time.

I just don't buy what he is saying, sorry.

There are studies abound that say that fluoride is "good for you" and doesn't cause harm and prevents cavities. If you have enough money - you can create a study and have the channels of media and academia distribute it.

I'm not saying what this guy says is true, just that one has to always "believe nothing, consider everything" in their search for truth.

I'm still waiting for the "dire" situation to develop from the nuclear fallout 9 months ago. So far .. nothing, it would appear.

onawah
18th October 2012, 00:15
I don't see how you drew that conclusion, Arrowwind, if you watched the same video that I did.
According to the translation at
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LCTv65aqgA&feature=player_embedded
the Japanese former Ambassador said Unit 4 is in imminent danger of collapsing,which would also cause a meltdown of Units 1, 4 and 6.
There are 1535 spent fuel rods in Unit 4 which must be removed from Unit 4 to prevent that from happening.
There are 14,225 rods altogether at Fukushima and if a fire results from a meltdown, which is pretty much a given if there is a meltdown it would seem, then all of the rods would be affected.
That would be an unprecedented catastrophe for the whole world, not just Japan.
TEPCO is trying to play this down, largely due to the fact that the there are 31 reactors in the US which are built to the same plans as Fukushima.
Even if there is not another big quake, the ground under Unit 4 is already sinking and sinking unevenly, a very dangerous situation.
As I understand it from other reports, the plant is far too toxic now for workers to survive long enough to do much, and even robots cannot long survive the heat and generally impossible conditions there now.
The former Ambassador is asking for an international effort now, as Japan has no solution to the problem.
At the end of the message, he said the world has started to take action now, but what that action might be, if there has been any, I have not heard.
There would seem to be problems beyond the scope of current mainstream science, though perhaps some of the Top Secret Operations have solutions with their advanced technologies.
Whether they will use them is another question.
Judging from the video, time is of the essence.


So the video says that considerations have been made to remove the spent fuel rods. Is this happening yet? It seems to me to be the only real solution. Load those workers with vitamin c and glutathione and send them in.

Arrowwind
18th October 2012, 14:29
I don't see how you drew that conclusion, Arrowwind, if you watched the same video that I did.
According to the translation at
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LCTv65aqgA&feature=player_embedded
the Japanese former Ambassador said Unit 4 is in imminent danger of collapsing,which would also cause a meltdown of Units 1, 4 and 6.
There are 1535 spent fuel rods in Unit 4 which must be removed from Unit 4 to prevent that from happening.
There are 14,225 rods altogether at Fukushima and if a fire results from a meltdown, which is pretty much a given if there is a meltdown it would seem, then all of the rods would be affected.
That would be an unprecedented catastrophe for the whole world, not just Japan.
TEPCO is trying to play this down, largely due to the fact that the there are 31 reactors in the US which are built to the same plans as Fukushima.
Even if there is not another big quake, the ground under Unit 4 is already sinking and sinking unevenly, a very dangerous situation.
As I understand it from other reports, the plant is far too toxic now for workers to survive long enough to do much, and even robots cannot long survive the heat and generally impossible conditions there now.
The former Ambassador is asking for an international effort now, as Japan has no solution to the problem.
At the end of the message, he said the world has started to take action now, but what that action might be, if there has been any, I have not heard.
There would seem to be problems beyond the scope of current mainstream science, though perhaps some of the Top Secret Operations have solutions with their advanced technologies.
Whether they will use them is another question.
Judging from the video, time is of the essence.


So the video says that considerations have been made to remove the spent fuel rods. Is this happening yet? It seems to me to be the only real solution. Load those workers with vitamin c and glutathione and send them in.

Unfortunately there may be sacrificial lambs to get the job done. Nothing that the Japanese have shirked in the past. As soon as they find a way it must be done. I did watch the video. My post was only to point out that there are nutritional supplements that may be somewhat protective for those who do go in but if they are like TPTB here in the USA such revelations would be ingored.

onawah
18th October 2012, 19:10
From what I have heard, any workers who go in to the units would be dead within minutes, and I doubt any nutritional supplements would prevent that.

panopticon
7th March 2013, 02:15
Workers who were sent into the Fukushima #3 reactor were told to ignore and/or shield their radiation detectors. Some of these courageous people had their 'danger pay' taken from them. Article here (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-03-07/worker-reveals-treatment-on-day-of-fukushima-meltdown/4558132).

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panopticon
7th March 2013, 02:25
In a continuation from the above story.

Fukushima worker sent in despite the radiation, without proper protection (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-03-07/fukushima-worker-sent-in-despite-the-radiation/4557768)
7th March 2013.

Just a few days before the second anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear meltdowns, a true picture of what workers endured during the crisis at the crippled plant is only just emerging. In an exclusive interview with the ABC one nuclear worker revealed how he was ordered in to tackle the meltdowns wearing insufficient protection gear. He says he was told by his supervisors to stay inside the Reactor 3 turbine building even as his radiation detector screamed out warnings that it was unsafe.

http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/news/audio/am/201303/20130307-am07-fukishima-scandals.mp3
Download Audio (http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/news/audio/am/201303/20130307-am07-fukishima-scandals.mp3).

Transcript

TIM PALMER: Just a few days before the second anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear meltdowns a true picture of what workers endured during the crisis at the crippled plant is only just emerging.

In an exclusive interview with the ABC one nuclear worker revealed how he was ordered in to tackle the meltdowns wearing insufficient protection gear. Two of his ill-equipped colleagues suffered beta-ray burns after they had to wade through radioactive water.

North Asia correspondent Mark Willacy reports from Fukushima.

MARK WILLACY: As agreed, we meet in an old house in a town not far from the Fukushima nuclear plant.

The man I have arranged to meet has 17 years experience at nuclear facilities run by TEPCO, including the Fukushima plant.

Fearing reprisals, he tells me to call him only by his given name - Shinichi.

SHINICHI (translated): Because I had worked at the Fukushima plant I was told to help lay cables to get power back on to the Reactor 3 turbine building. I was not told what it was like inside.

MARK WILLACY: This was 10 days after the tsunami had slammed into the Fukushima plant, swamping the reactor buildings and triggering meltdowns in three of the reactors, including the number three unit.

Wearing raincoats, facemasks and radiation readers, Shinichi and his five co-workers had to cut their way into the damaged turbine building. They were told to connect the cable and don't worry about the radiation.

SHINICHI (translated): As we started to work, our radiation readers started beeping. We couldn't see anything inside because it was so dark. When I switched on my head lamp I looked down and saw water reflecting in the light. Water was everywhere.

MARK WILLACY: Three of Shinichi's colleague's descended into the basement of the Reactor 3 turbine building, into the contaminated water.

One of the men had long rubber boots on, but his two co-workers only had ankle-high boots and the warm water was quickly sloshing inside them.

SHINICHI (translated): It was eerie. And although I was scared I couldn't leave. But it was worse for the men down in the water. The feet of two workers wearing the short rubber boots were soon soaked.

MARK WILLACY: Those two would suffer beta-ray burns to their feet and legs, although their injuries were not life threatening.

Most of the men complained to their team leader that their radiation readers were sending out warnings that their radiation limits had been reached.

But the team leader - who was a manager with a large subcontractor to TEPCO - dismissed their concerns, saying the radiation readers must be broken.

Three of the team were exposed to 180 millisieverts of radiation, or nearly four times the annual safe limit.

Hiroyuki Watanabe is a councillor in Iwaki City just south of the plant who's been investigating work practices at Fukushima.

HIROYUKI WATANABE (translated): Workers are losing their passion to work there because conditions are deteriorating. Some have had their danger pay ripped off them by subcontractors. Others have been dumped and left without any work at all as soon as they reach their radiation exposure limit.

MARK WILLACY: Shinichi is now taking legal action over his treatment, arguing that TEPCO and the contractor that sent him into the turbine building broke the law because they knew they were ordering him and his colleagues into a highly radioactive situation and that they did so despite a lack of proper safety gear.

HIROYUKI WATANABE (translated): I have a five year old son at home. Every time I would return home I would have to strip off my clothes at the entrance and take a bath immediately, just so I didn't bring radiation into my home and family.

MARK WILLACY: Two years on from the Fukushima meltdowns and the stories of what's really going on inside the shattered nuclear plant are only just emerging.

This is Mark Willacy in Fukushima for AM.

Source (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-03-07/fukushima-worker-sent-in-despite-the-radiation/4557768).

panopticon
7th March 2013, 03:44
Report on structural integrity of #4 @ Fukushima from February 13th, 2013.

Report has found that all seems to be going well and that the construction of the fuel removal structure is going ahead as planned:


As a result of the fourth inspection, it has been concluded that the building is not tilted and a sufficient concrete strength is maintained with no cracks that would affect the structural strength of the building.
The condition of Unit 4 Reactor Building has not changed much since the first, second and third inspections and is capable of safely storing the spent fuel pool.
The inspection will be conducted on a regular basis in order to check for changes over time.
Part of the visual inspection and concrete strength evaluation was performed with an outside expert. The past inspection results including the seismic capacity analysis results were also reviewed by the expert.
Source (http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/nu/fukushima-np/handouts/2013/index-e.html) (p. 16).

Download report here (http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/nu/fukushima-np/handouts/2013/images/handouts_130213_02-e.pdf).

Whether TEPCO can be believed is another story all together.

-- Pan

meat suit
12th March 2013, 08:18
here is a new little film from the inside, looks pretty organized...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-21747378

Cidersomerset
12th March 2013, 12:15
A couple of RT reports on the 2nd anniversary of the disaster....


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Published on 11 Mar 2013


Mass rallies have been held across Japan calling on the government to shun nuclear
power. More protests are expected on Monday - exactly two years after a huge
earthquake and tsunami triggered the world's worst atomic disaster in 25 years. To
assess Japan's recovery and its struggling relationship with nuclear fuel, RT talks to
Robert Jacobs - expert in the social and cultural aspects of nuclear technologies,
and an Associate Professor at the Hiroshima Peace University.


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Published on 11 Mar 2013


Japan is marking two years since its biggest-recorded earthquake and resulting
tsunami - which triggered the world's worst atomic disaster in 25 years. The
catastrophe killed nearly 19-thousand people, and crippled the Fukushima plant in
north-eastern Japan, spewing radiation and forcing tens of thousands to flee their
homes.

panopticon
12th March 2013, 12:17
As it's the 2nd anniversary of the tsunami and nuclear accident here are a couple of photos of the #4 reactor.

Before the tsunami:

http://ramkshrestha.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/ap_fukushima_reactor_jef_110315_mn.jpg?w=869


Following the tsunami and accident:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f4/Fukushima_I_reactor_unit_4_by_Digital_Globe.jpg

http://photo.tepco.co.jp/library/110316/110316_1f_chijou_1.jpg

http://photo.tepco.co.jp/library/110317/110316_1f_sora_3.jpg


How the sampled the water from the spent fuel pool in #4 (April 12th 2011)

http://photo.tepco.co.jp/library/110412/110412_1f_4.JPG


Pictures from the 4th floor of reactor #4 on June 10th 2011:

http://photo.tepco.co.jp/library/110611_3/110611_05.jpg

http://photo.tepco.co.jp/library/110611_3/110611_04.jpg


Picture of the initial steel structural supports below the spent fuel pool in #4:

http://photo.tepco.co.jp/library/110608_1/110607_1f_4.jpg

panopticon
12th March 2013, 12:26
Here's a picture of the PVC lid used on #4 (August 10 2012):

http://photo.tepco.co.jp/library/20120810_01/120810_02.jpg

http://s4.reutersmedia.net/resources/r/?m=02&d=20120726&t=2&i=634439380&w=460&fh=&fw=&ll=&pl=&r=2012-07-26T040312Z_1_CBRE86P0B9G00_RTROPTP_0_JAPAN-NUCLEAR-REPORT


The frame built for the eventual removal of the spent fuel rods in the SFP @ #4:

http://photo.tepco.co.jp/library/130115_01/130115_01.jpg

http://jto.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/nn20130309f1a-870x489.jpg


What TEPCO are aiming for in the end:

http://www.world-nuclear-news.org/uploadedImages/wnn/Images/Fukushima_Daiichi_4_framework_model_(Tepco)_400x27 6.jpg

So there ya go.

#4 is reported as being stable and the process for removing the fuel rods from the SFP atop #4 TEPCO reckons will be sometime next year.

Sometimes it does bother me that the focus of the Western media has been on the Nuclear facility and its problems and not on the damage caused by the tsunami to the other areas not associated with the Fukushima site.

Bothers me quite a bit actually.

-- Pan

panopticon
12th March 2013, 12:57
A couple of RT reports on the 2nd anniversary of the disaster....


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Published on 11 Mar 2013


Mass rallies have been held across Japan calling on the government to shun nuclear
power. More protests are expected on Monday - exactly two years after a huge
earthquake and tsunami triggered the world's worst atomic disaster in 25 years. To
assess Japan's recovery and its struggling relationship with nuclear fuel, RT talks to
Robert Jacobs - expert in the social and cultural aspects of nuclear technologies,
and an Associate Professor at the Hiroshima Peace University.


HTlxNr3w3mQ

Published on 11 Mar 2013


Japan is marking two years since its biggest-recorded earthquake and resulting
tsunami - which triggered the world's worst atomic disaster in 25 years. The
catastrophe killed nearly 19-thousand people, and crippled the Fukushima plant in
north-eastern Japan, spewing radiation and forcing tens of thousands to flee their
homes.

Thanks Cid for the information from RT.
Only thing I had problem with was understanding the female presenter (ended up having to use the captions).

I wasn't aware of the extent of life lost in the tsunami.
19,000.
What a tragedy.

I wasn't shocked that the Japanese Government is returning to nuclear electricity generation (hell of a way to boil water ain't it!).
The problem of providing electricity for Japan is a major one and to turn off the nuclear "tap" just didn't seem viable in the short term.

-- Pan

Cidersomerset
12th March 2013, 20:25
Is California safe from Fukushima-like nuclear disaster?


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Published on 12 Mar 2013


Monday marked the two year anniversary of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster
in Japan. A massive earthquake caused a tsunami which flooded the powerplant's
back up system causing three reactors to melt down and thirteen months ago the
Southern California San Onofre nuclear power plant was shut down due to issues
with the facilities equipment. RT's Ramon Galindo joins us with the latest
information on a report that details the particulars of what went wrong at the San
Onofre nuclear plant.

onawah
6th April 2013, 02:32
Fukushima fallout may be causing illness in American babies--new study

I have had a hypothyroid since I was in my 20s after being exposed unprotected to many hospital Xrays, and so I can tell you, it it is no fun.
Taking the prescribed medication doesn't really address all the related problems; it can put your whole endocrine system out of balance.
And hypothyroidism is just one issue when it comes to exposure to radioactivity.

Both of the following articles came out today.

Fukushima fallout may be causing illness in American babies: Study
By Mike Krumboltz, Yahoo! News | The Lookout

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/study-fukushima-fallout-may-causing-illness-american-babies-165531579.html


A new study from the Radiation and Public Health Project found that babies born in the western United States as well as other Pacific countries shortly after the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan in March 2011 may be at greater risk for congenital hypothyroidism.

Babies born in places including Hawaii, Alaska, California, Oregon and Washington shortly after Fukushima were 28 percent more likely to suffer from the illness, according to the study, than children born in those same regions one year earlier. The illness, if untreated, can cause permanent handicaps in both the body and brain.

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, "If untreated, congenital hypothyroidism can lead to intellectual disability and abnormal growth. In the United States and many other countries, all newborns are tested for congenital hypothyroidism. If treatment begins in the first month after birth, infants usually develop normally."

MSN's Healthy Living blog explains the Fukushima explosions led to clouds of radioisotope iodine-131 that "floated east over the Pacific Ocean and landed through precipitation on West Coast states as well as other Pacific countries."

In Japan, the health effects associated with Fukushima are obviously much worse. The mortality rate of elderly people who were in retirement facilities near the nuclear plant has reportedly tripled. There has also been reported increases in the number of children with flat feet, thought to be the result of kids playing on radiated soil.

Experts suggest that parents of children born in the western United States or Pacific regions in March or April 2011 get their children checked by a pediatrician for congenital hypothyroidism.

Dr. Sircus has been issuing warnings about this all along on his website

http://drsircus.com/medicine/angel-of-thyroid-disease-came-from-fukushima#utm_source=Dr+Sircus+Newsletter&utm_campaign=dcfd0319d9-Article_043&utm_medium=email

Angel of Thyroid Disease came from Fukushima
Posted by Dr Sircus on April 5, 2013

I have very bad news for everyone, but especially for young children and their parents in the western United States and probably for most of the continent, Canada, Mexico and other countries and continents further away. Today we read that babies have a 28 percent higher chance for thyroid disease from one year to the next before and after Fukushima.

I wrote 31 essays on Fukushima and published Nuclear Toxicity Syndrome and my second edition of my Iodine book to focus us on the biggest disaster of modern day existence. I have gone as far as actually advising people to think about abandoning life in the northern hemisphere, especially if they wanted to have or already have young children. I can assure you all that Fukushima is a trillion times worse than you can imagine.

Yahoo News published today:

A new study from the Radiation and Public Health Project found that babies born in the western United States as well as other Pacific countries shortly after the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan in March 2011 may be at greater risk for congenital hypothyroidism.

Babies born in places including Hawaii, Alaska, California, Oregon and Washington shortly after Fukushima were 28 percent more likely to suffer from the illness, according to the study, than children born in those same regions one year earlier. The illness, if untreated, can cause permanent handicaps in both the body and brain.

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, "If untreated, congenital hypothyroidism can lead to intellectual disability and abnormal growth.

I will publish a Fukushima update next week. It is a hard medical lesson we are being given with this information. Even though I live in the southern hemisphere I personally need to be more alarmed and translate that into more consistent iodine supplementation for my children.

There are many strategies to helping the young and old to resist radiation damages as well as thyroid disease. Iodine is principle to such strategies. Everyone today should be knowledgeable about iodine so I would either read my book on the subject or Dr. David Brownstein’s book Iodine-Why You Need It.
Dr. Mark Sircus, Ac., OMD, DM (P)

Director International Medical Veritas Association

Doctor of Oriental and Pastoral Medicine