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Explosion at Japan chemical complex

Explosion at Japan chemical complex, still burning 3,379 containers of nuclear waste onsite Reports of depleted uranium Govt says no release of toxic material

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Explosion at Petrochemical Complex in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Radioactive Waste Stored at the Complex
Source: EXSKF
Date: April 21, 2012


UPDATE: One of the two missing workers was found dead. 9 workers injured, 3 residents in the area were also injured (cuts from broken glass). It looks like part of the complex is still burning. The prefectural government does say the depleted uranium is stored at the complex, but there has been no release of toxic materials from the fire, according to the prefectural government. [...]

Someone on Twitter has dug up information from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) that lists companies that have radioactive waste on the premise. Mitsui Chemicals complex in Yamaguchi Prefecture is one of them. According to the MEXT data from 2009, the complex has 3,379 containers of nuclear waste. [...]

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Fukushima is falling apart

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The Legacy of Chernobyl

Russian Govt Radio: The number of victims has reached one million people today Consequences of Chernobyl meltdown are endless and uncontrollable

Chernobyl tragedy: the last gift from the Soviet regime
Source: Voice of Russia
Author: Dmitry Konchalovsky
Date: Apr 26, 2012


Exactly 26 years ago there was an explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Whole regions in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus have become unfit for life, and the number of victims has reached one million people today. And experts are still disputing about long-term consequences of the disaster.

[...] its consequences are endless and uncontrollable, and it is impossible to count the exact number of victims. Scientists are still arguing if the number of one million deaths is valid, but when such big numbers are taken into account, the one thing is absolutely clear things are in a bad way. Besides, no one can count how many babies could not be born, and on the lives of how many subsequent generations this disaster will tell in the form of cancer.

Voice of Russia (Russian: Голос России) is the Russian governments international radio broadcasting service

Photographer: My first reaction was I was looking at a different race of people because the damage was so incredible Brain outside of skull, kidneys outside of torso, legs resembling elephant Some doctors feel strongly there will be no more Belarus people in future....

Local Fukushima official films radioactive whirlwind All black dust has been also blown away

The wind of one thousand Bq - YouTube

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The Legacy of Chernobyl

Russian Govt Radio: The number of victims has reached one million people today Consequences of Chernobyl meltdown are endless and uncontrollable

Chernobyl tragedy: the last gift from the Soviet regime
Source: Voice of Russia
Author: Dmitry Konchalovsky
Date: Apr 26, 2012


Exactly 26 years ago there was an explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Whole regions in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus have become unfit for life, and the number of victims has reached one million people today. And experts are still disputing about long-term consequences of the disaster.

[...] its consequences are endless and uncontrollable, and it is impossible to count the exact number of victims. Scientists are still arguing if the number of one million deaths is valid, but when such big numbers are taken into account, the one thing is absolutely clear things are in a bad way. Besides, no one can count how many babies could not be born, and on the lives of how many subsequent generations this disaster will tell in the form of cancer.

Voice of Russia (Russian: Голос России) is the Russian governments international radio broadcasting service

Photographer: My first reaction was I was looking at a different race of people because the damage was so incredible Brain outside of skull, kidneys outside of torso, legs resembling elephant Some doctors feel strongly there will be no more Belarus people in future....

Chernobyl Legacy by Paul Fusco
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Local Fukushima official films radioactive whirlwind All black dust has been also blown away

The wind of one thousand Bq - YouTube

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I am shocked - why no lawsuits?

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Yes, MS, that definitely is what we are seeing happen, and here's one example:

I-131 (radioiodine), which serves as a marker for other products of radiation, is now being found in every place that it is looked for in the US. The Governor of Pennsylvania, allowing as how 33,000% the background radiation level ( and the allowable US government level of I-131) was being found in rainwater in his state said, "No one drinks rainwater, so there is no threat to human health!"

"No threat to human health," huh? I wouldn't believe that any more than I would believe Obama is a natural born citizen of the US. But don't worry, folks, surely the US Government, in the form of the Environmental Protection Agency, is ramping up efforts to protect us, right?. Yes, they are! And here's how they are doing that - they are raising the allowable levels of contamination in drinking water that can be present before an alert is sounded - nearly a 1000-fold increase for exposure to strontium-90, a 3000 to 100,000-fold hike for exposure to iodine-131; and an almost 25,000-fold rise for exposure to radioactive nickel-63

I feel so much more at ease and reassured now, because of the EPA's actions, don't you?
If this is true why isn't Greenpeace or others suing the sh*t out of the EPA? Do you have any links to document this?
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BREAKING! Navy sink ship; Alaska fishing shut down!, page 1

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"the Navy just sank a Japanese ghost ship wrought with nuclear fallout off the coast of Alaska because they didn't know what else to do with it." The ship was part of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami and was apparently swept out to see with no one on it, but covered in radioactive material. Now fishing along the coast of Alaska, the canneries, and other coastal businesses have been shut down due to nuclear fallout. She said nuclear fallout out is all over the place up there; it's in the water, it's in the soil, it's everywhere. She's bummed out about her job falling through, but also warned "don't eat the seafood...radiation levels are really high."
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They want to prevent this "piece of evidence" from being scanned by independent body and possibility of results being placed in public domain.
Lethal game they play...

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Greenpeace, like most of the green movements, have been co opted to some extent. They have been redirected to push things like climate change instead of looking at the real problems such as Fukushima, GMO Toxins in the food supply and DU, so we cannot expect much more than token protests from them.

It is up to us, the ordinary man in the street, to start and put pressure our "lords and masters" and make them take action.

Any of you guys noticed a metallic taste in your mouth since Fukushima? I have
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Just read the report of declined birds population, about 33%. They migrate from NZ to Northern Hemisphere (Japan in particular). NZ ornithologist said that those returning this year are in poor shape.

And this may be or not related but I decided to post here -

1200 + Dead Pelicans in Northern Peru, Same Region as Mass Dolphin Die-Off
After a mysterious massive die-off of over 3,000 dolphins along the northern coast of Peru this year more than 1200 pelicans have been found dead in the past ten days in the same region. The deaths of the pelicans and dolphins, unexplained.

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Just scroll the column in the link below for this month only
Mass Animal Death

WTF is going on??

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Emergency declared at New Jersey nuclear plant

Multiple fire alarms sound after reactor shuts down Tests were occurring on emergency cooling system Cause remains under investigation.

Unusual event declared at Salem 1 nuclear reactor after plant automatically shuts down
Source: NJ.com
Author: Bill Gallo, Jr.
Date: Apr. 30, 2012 2:12p ET

An unusual event was declared at the Salem 1 nuclear reactor here this morning after the plant shut down and fire alarms sounded, a spokesman for the plants operator said.

An unusual event is the least serious of four emergency classifications at a nuclear power plant.

Salem 1 automatically shut down at 10:15 a.m., according to Joe Delmar, spokesman for the reactors operator, PSEG Nuclear.
According to Delmar what caused the reactor to trip remains under investigation, but testing was occurring on the reactors emergency cooling system at the time.
After the reactor shutdown, multiple fire alarms sounded, according to Delmar. [...]
The reactor is stable, Delmar said, and there was no release of radiation during the event. [...]

'Unusual event' declared at Salem 1 nuclear reactor after plant automatically shuts down | NJ.com

Anonymous Interview: Medical doctors working in Fukushima say lots of people are dying Bleeding, losing hair, and having a bad health condition

Japan Physicians Demand Answers: 90% of urine samples contaminated with cesium in city 200km from Fukushima

119 of 132 people positive from sampling survey of radioactive substances in urine in Iwate
Source: Fukushima Diary
Date: Apr. 29, 2012

Iwate prefecture conducted sampling survey of radioactive substances in urine in Ichinoseki city and Oshu city.

The result published on 3/2/2012 shows cesium was measured from 119 of 132 people (90.1%). The highest reading was 6 Bq/L.

On 4/16/2012, the chairman of Iwate association of obstetricians and gynecologists, Kobayashi sent public questions to Tasso, Iwate governor. [...]

Translations of Selected Questions

[Are] the meeting minutes of the assessing committee disclosed? If not, we demand to know the reason.
Is there any schedule to conduct research about the diet of the children who they measured cesium from the urine of and about their symptoms? If not, we demand to know the reason.
We think we shall continue to conduct childrens urine test and health inspection from now on. What is the view of Iwate prefecture?
Please tell us how much of cesium per L in urine corresponds to 1 mSv/h or 100mSv/Life on the assumption that a 40kg of a child continuously takes cesium for 365 days after Fukushima accident / urine = 1L/d.
Please give us documented answers for those questions above by 5/16/2012. We will disclose the content of the answer to media.

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Reality in Fukushima

Reality in Fukushima | Fukushima Diary
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Investigations into Fukushima accident disagree on key points
Source: Asahi AJW
Author: Naoya Kon and Takashi Sugimoto
Date: May 01, 2012

Despite investigations by four special committees [Gov't, Diet, Tepco, private sector], key questions remain about the crisis at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant [...]

WHAT HAPPENED AT THE NO. 2 REACTOR?

One point that none of the investigative committees has uncovered is the extent of damage to the No. 2 reactor.

At a little after 6 a.m. on March 15, a number of workers at the Fukushima No. 1 plant heard the sound of a large impact.

At 6:18 a.m., during a teleconference with TEPCO headquarters, a plant official said that the sound might have been caused by the bottom of the suppression chamber of the No. 2 reactor falling. [See also: NHK: Suppression chamber "may have been destroyed" at Reactor No. 2 (VIDEO)

At 6:50 a.m., a radiation level of 583 microsieverts per hour was recorded at the main gate to the plant about one kilometer from the No. 2 reactor building. That reading was about eight times the level recorded an hour earlier. At 9 a.m., a radiation level of 11,930 microsieverts was recorded, the highest for the entire accident.

The government panel report said, (Fukushima plant chief) Yoshida felt some sort of explosion occurred in the containment vessel based on information received that a large impact was heard as well as information that the pressure in the suppression chamber of the No. 2 reactor was zero. [...]

The extent of damage to the containment vessel of the No. 2 reactor is unknown. Once that becomes clear it could be possible to point to the No. 2 reactor as the cause of the high radiation levels. [...]

Investigations Claim No Explosion


However, the TEPCO panel included an analysis of readings from seismographs at the Fukushima No. 1 plant. There were no observations of shaking caused by an explosion between 6 a.m. and 6:10 a.m. when the sound of an impact was heard at the No. 2 reactor. Shaking was recorded at 6:12 a.m. when an explosion likely occurred at the No. 4 reactor, according to the TEPCO panel.

The government panel also said the impact sound was likely caused by the explosion at the No. 4 reactor. The private-sector panel also rejected the notion that an explosion occurred at the No. 2 reactor.

The panels also could not explain what caused the high radiation levels.

Unexplained Damage


TEPCO used an industrial endoscope on March 26 to check the interior of the reactor. The water level was only about 60 centimeters from the bottom of the containment vessel, much lower than estimated. Water pumped into the reactor more than likely has leaked from damaged parts of the core. However, none of the panels have yet explained how that damage occurred.
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Koriyama board of education stops decontamination of schools
by Mochizuki - Fukushima Diary on April 30th, 2012

Prof. Yamauchi Tomoya from Kobe university confessed the board of education of Koriyama city stops decontamination, on the radio show MBS Tanemaki journal. (Assistant professor Koide from Kyoto university regularly talks on this radio show as well.)

He is an expert of decontamination. On the radio show, he talked his experience when he went to a kindergarten and elementary school of Koriyama city to assist decontamination but the board of education stopped him from decontaminating. The reason was not talked.

He also added, the safety limit is 0.23μSv/h. If it goes over 0.23μSv/h, local government must decontaminate the school areas, but actually it was difficult to find somewhere less than 0.23μSv/h though it was after decontamination.

Contaminated soil was already removed and new soil was added, but places surrounding the playground of elementary school or kindergarten are still highly contaminated, radiation comes over the playground. If those severely contaminated areas are not owned by schools, it is impossible to decontaminate it.

Children are still living there.
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In case coolant system stopped in any SFP, Tepco cant measure temperature
by Mochizuki - Fukushima Diary on April 30th, 2012

In the daily press conference of 4/27/2012, Tepco stated they lose the manner to measure the temperature of each SFP from reactor 1 to 3 when circulative cooling system is troubled.

Only SFP 4 can be reached by human worker so a temporary heating gauge is attached.

According to Tepco, they measure temperature where water comes from skimmer surge tank to primary cooling water pump at each reactor, not inside of the pool. They thus can not measure temperature when circulative cooling system stops. There is no plan to solve this problem.

Thyroid nodules rate in Fukushima is 20 time higher than in Chernobyl
by Mochizuki on April 29th, 2012

In March, Fukushima government conducted thyroid test for under 18 in 13 cities and towns such as Minamisoma city, Namiemachi, Iidatemura, Tomiokamachi etc..

The result shows thyroid nodules (≦5.0mm) or cyst (≦20.0mm) were seen in 13,460 from 38,114 people (35.3%).

Compared to their pre-test result of January, it increased from 29.7% to 35.3%. (↑ 5.6%)

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some weird stuff is going on ... i think they running out of BS .... it seems that this Fractal Resonance is starting to drown their voice meant to hide it in the first place ... sooner or later they'll have to face the Music



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Unit 4

If Fukushima Unit 4 Falls, Hazardous Radioactive Cesium-137 Release Could be Eight Times Worse Than Chernobyl
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May 4, 2012

Beyond Nuclear today joined with concerned Japanese citizen groups and US Senator, Ron Wyden (D-OR), urging that swift international action be taken to prevent a catastrophic high-level radioactive waste fire at the precarious Unit 4 reactor building at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan.

Unit 4 is leaning and could topple if hit with another earthquake or tsunami, resulting in a deadly high-level radioactive waste fire. The ability for the unit to withstand another seismic event is rated at zero.

Today, a coalition of concerned Japanese citizens is urging United Nations Secretary General Ban-Ki Moon and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, to properly inform the Japanese people of the perilous situation at Fukushima Daiichi, and to work together to prevent what would be an irreversible disaster that would release huge amounts of lethal radiation, dwarfing the scale of the original disaster.

Since the nuclear catastrophe began in March 2011, Beyond Nuclear has called attention to the ongoing risks of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi high-level radioactive waste storage pools. A similar danger persists at the 23 identical GE Mark I boiling water reactors still operating in the US.

If the cooling water supply is lost to the high-level radioactive waste storage pool in Unit 4, it could be just a matter of hours before the irradiated nuclear fuel is on fire, warned Kevin Kamps, radioactive waste specialist at Beyond Nuclear. A fire in the Unit 4 high-level radioactive waste storage pool could release up to eight times more hazardous cesium-137 than the Chernobyl reactor explosion. That in turn would mean the site would have to be evacuated, risking the potential for all seven high-level radioactive waste storage pools at the site to ignite. If that happened, Fukushima Daiichi would release 85 times the levels of cesium released by Chernobyl, potentially forcing an evacuation, and permanent condemnation, of hundreds to thousands of square miles, Kamps added.

Cesium-137 fallout from the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe has already been measured by the US Geological Survey across the US, although the agency has downplayed the risks, despite the position long held by the National Academy of Sciences that there is no safe dose of radiation.

US Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) visited the stricken Fukushima site several weeks ago and was particularly alarmed by the slow response of Fukushima Daiichi utility owner, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), which has a several year-long plan to secure Unit 4 and its fuel pool, and urged swifter action.

Loss of containment in any of these pools, especially the pool at Unit 4, which has the highest inventory of hottest fuel, could result in an even greater release of radiation than the initial incident, Wyden said.

The letter to UN Secretary General Ban-Ki Moon and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, initiated by Japanese environmental groups Green Action Japan and Shut Tomari, demands that Japan ask for international support to avert disaster. The groups are urging organizations around the world to sign on.

Given the fact that collapse of this pool could potentially lead to catastrophic consequences with worldwide implications, what the Japanese government should be doing as a responsible member of the international community is to avoid any further disaster by mobilizing all the wisdom and the means available in order to stabilize this pool, the letter states.

It is clearly evident that the Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 spent nuclear fuel pool is no longer a Japanese issue but an international issue with potentially serious consequences, the letter continues. Therefore, it is imperative for the Japanese government and the international community to work together on this crisis before it becomes too late. We are appealing to the United Nations to help Japan and the planet in order to prevent the irreversible consequences of a catastrophe that could affect generations to come. Specifically, the Japanese people are asking that the UN organize a Nuclear Security Summit to take up the crucial problem of the Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 spent nuclear fuel pool. In addition, the UN should establish an independent assessment team on Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 and coordinate international assistance in order to stabilize the units spent nuclear fuel pool and prevent radiological consequences with potentially catastrophic consequences.

Organizations around the world are urged to sign on to the letter by emailing their support to info@greenaction-japan.org. The full text of the letter plus endorsements can be read at: Urgent Request to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon | Fukushima Update

Nuclear Expert: Everybody is now paying attention to Unit 4 because we have four years to go before fuel removed If water lost, a beacon of radiation will bathe site in sky shine from gamma rays..

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hours until Japans final nuclear plant shuts down

Japan shutting down last nuclear reactor
NHK WORLD English
Saturday, May 05, 2012 05:51 +0900 (JST)

Japans electricity will be nuclear-free for the first time in 42 years [...]

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 reactors generator at about 11 PM and complete the shutdown at about 2 AM on Sunday. [...]

But theres no prospect of a restart of any of the countrys 50 commercial reactors.

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This is one small blessing.

Note that it does not seem to have interrupted the electrical service closing all these plants down, admitted that the other conventional plants may well be stretched but it clearly shows that in reality there is no need for nuclear power. I am confident that more conventional CHP plants and alternative power sources, which by the way all cost less to build and run than nuclear, could easily replace this extra capacity.

Maybe GW bush's Freudian slip is accurate, "nookilla"
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A SHOCKING message for December 2012!!! 3 Days of Darkness! - YouTube

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This is one small blessing.

Note that it does not seem to have interrupted the electrical service closing all these plants down, admitted that the other conventional plants may well be stretched but it clearly shows that in reality there is no need for nuclear power.
Yes isnt that interesting? After being told how dependent we are on these plants.

Now of course this last plant is only being shut for scheduled maintenance and could be restarted within 70 days. Apparently many officials would like to see it and some of the others restarted so we will have to wait and see if the people are allowed to have any say in this matter.

They are claiming all these horrible conventional plants are causing an increase in greenhouse gases, like CO2. But isn't that the very stuff the plants depend on to grow. Why would they want to kill them off?
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Yes isnt that interesting? After being told how dependent we are on these plants.

Now of course this last plant is only being shut for scheduled maintenance and could be restarted within 70 days. Apparently many officials would like to see it and some of the others restarted so we will have to wait and see if the people are allowed to have any say in this matter.

They are claiming all these horrible conventional plants are causing an increase in greenhouse gases, like CO2. But isn't that the very stuff the plants depend on to grow. Why would they want to kill them off?
I worked in the nuclear industry for several years and at that time I was sat on the fence about the dangers vs the benefits. It in now obvious that the dangers outway the benefits. I don't like conventional coal plants because they are dirty places causing huge local pollution. CO2 has never been a problem its a myth, just study the carbon cycle. I was involved in the installation of the FGD plant at Drax Drax Power Station - Power Technology Acid rain from sulfur isn't the problem it was, so yes you questions are very important and the answer is linked to agenda 21 DSD :: Resources - Publications - Core Publications where some of the goals are laid out. The methods being used are spelled out in "Ecoscience" Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment by Paul R. Ehrlich, Anne H. Ehrlich, John P. Holdren Look at what is happening in the world today and ask yourself if this is happening?

To discuss all this here would be off topic but I encourage you to research this information. I cannot express how important all this is.

Decommissioning the nuclear industry would create more jobs than it currently employs for about 6 years and many of the jobs created would go on for a much longer period than that.

Nuclear has never been a solution, it has always been a problem and a stop gap idea at best. Its time to get rid of the problem and the proponents of it and develop other technologies that we know exist. The whole planet has been damaged more by this one incident, than by anything else humans have ever done and the damage is longer lasting and in biological terms, permanent.

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Mayor: Im losing my hair and have nosebleed everyday I asked for blood test at a hospital in Tokyo because Im exposed but they refused it

On April 25, YAMATANI Eriko, Member of the House of Councillors (National Diet of Japan) read an interview with Katsutaka Idogawa, mayor of Futaba, translated by Fukushima Diary

[...] Japanese government submit SPEEDI data to US and concealed it from Japanese people. Even now, SPEEDI data is not given to Futaba town.

[...] We were not even informed of venting.

[...] Im losing my hair and have nosebleed everyday. The other day, I asked for blood test at a hospital in Tokyo because Im exposed but they refused it. We were even exposed and there is even no treatment, or proper inspection. Medical check up for Fukushima citizens are not detailed enough either.

Idogawa Futaba town mayor refused to have blood test in Tokyo - (320 x 240).mp4 - YouTube

When radioactive cesium enters body, 75% lodges in muscle tissue including heart

The Worst Yet to Come? Why Nuclear Experts Are Calling Fukushima a Ticking Time-Bomb
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May 4, 2012

[...] Nuclear experts noted that other lethal radioactive isotopes would also be released in such a fire, but that the focus is on cesium-137 because it easily volatilizes and spreads pervasively, as it did during the Chernobyl accident and again after the disaster at Fukushima Daiichi last year.

With a half-life of 30 years, it gives off penetrating radiation as it decays and can remain dangerous for hundreds of years. Once in the environment, it mimics potassium as it accumulates in the food chain; when it enters the human body, about 75 percent lodges in muscle tissue, including the heart.

33mSv/y measured at over 26 schools in Fukushima and its concealed

Over 14 elementary schools, 7 junior high schools and 5 nursery schools in Koriyama city of Fukushima measured higher than 3.8μSv/h (33mSv/y) in January, which is beyond the yearly safety limit of 20mSv/y. This measurement was ordered by the board of education in Koriyama city but they concealed this fact until a citizens organization requested for information disclosure, announced on 5/6/2012.

According to the disclosed information, Koriyama city board of education ordered each school to measure radiation at 8 points in street gutter, hedge and drain of rain water back in January.
In the radiation measurement of April, 20.4μSv/h was measured from a street gutter of a junior high school.

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Look at what is happening in the world today and ask yourself if this is happening?
Oh yes I believe this is happening. We do have a few really evil people in this world who are intent on getting the population down to what they consider a manageable level, 10 maybe 20% of what it is now. They have shown theyre are more then willing use any and all means to get rid of what they consider useless eaters.

So was Fukushima just an unfortunate freak of nature along with a poor choice for the location of these plants? Or was the tsunami caused by the detonation of an underwater nuke as some are claiming? Was all the damage to the plants caused by the wall of water or was there additional sabotage as others have claimed? Some may think that this is unthinkable that anyone would purposely do something like this, or say blow up an oil rig in the Golf of Mexico or contaminant vaccines with a deadly virus.

But when looking at the writings of these so called elite this is exactly the kind of things they are talking about and calling for. Now I dont know for a fact if this is what actually happened or not, but there is no way I would say it is beyond the realm of possibility.
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They will never let a good crisis go to waste, that is for sure.

I do not believe that the number of people in the world that think like this is high, its not. Most are just compartmentalized useful idiots that just do as they are told. It is when enough of these people wake up that the change will happen.

Keep educating the sheeple
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Head of Medical Clinic: Radiation already causing health problems around Tokyo Highly contaminated areas have led to physiological damage

Footage of the NYC Press Conference May 4th 2012
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Dr. Junro FUSE, Internist and head of Kosugi Medical Clinic near Tokyo, Japan (in Japanese with English interpretation)

There are hot spots even within the Tokyo Metropolitan Area that have actually already led to physiological problems/damage.

We do have hotspots in Tokyo Metropolitan Area that have led to these physiological disorders some of the disorders that have been observed are as shown here. Things like diarrhea, nasal bleeding, headache, eczema and so forth.

We are expecting thyroid disorders in children, but also cancers (bladder, leukemia, lung), diabetes.
6/7 Dr Junro FUSE, Internist, on Press Conference May 4th 2012 on Vimeo

Physician: Radiation levels 4,000% higher than reported by Japan govt 12 Megabequerels per meter and NOT designated as evacuation zone

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Dr. Junro FUSE, Internist and head of Kosugi Medical Clinic near Tokyo, Japan (in Japanese with English interpretation)

According to the numbers released by [Japan Gov't] the amounts in a town called Nihonmatsu are 300,000 becquerels per square meter.
Never the less this has not designated as evacuation site.
The current measurements of the soil there are showing 12 mega [million] becquerels per square meter.
But whats happening is the people are just carrying out their lives as normal.
This is one piece of evidence showing how the government is under-measuring the radiation.
This fact has not been reported by the Japanese mass media.

Japan Nuclear Expert: There are known to be broken fuel rod assemblies in Spent Fuel Pool No. 4 Large amount of radioactive material has fallen to bottom Many years to get fuel out


Japanese Nuclear Scientist and Japanese and US medical doctors to discuss current radiological health conditions and concerns in Japan after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactor catastrophe.


Hiroaki KOIDE / Nuclear Reactor Specialist and Assistant Professor at Kyoto University Research Reactor Institute

Excerpts

Large amount of radioactive material has fallen to the bottom of that pool [in Unit 4 ...]

There are already known to be broken assemblies as a result of the debris and structural elements that have fallen down on top of them.

Many years to get the fuel out of Unit 4 praying for no large quake.

20,000 square kilometers would be evacuated if Japan followed law on illegal radioactive waste 20 times larger than no-go zone

New York Description: Japanese Nuclear Scientist and Japanese and US medical doctors to discuss current radiological health conditions and concerns in Japan after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactor catastrophe.

Hiroaki KOIDE / Nuclear Reactor Specialist and Assistant Professor at Kyoto University Research Reactor Institute

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There is also a law that says that when transporting radioactive material, it is illegal to transport any material which has a greater dose than 40,000 becquerels per square meter.

In fact, if that law were to be followed, then the amount of square kilometers that need to be evacuated is approximately 20,000km in other words 20,000 square kilometers should be completely devoid of people.

10.15 μSv/h at Kashiwa city hospital
Posted by Mochizuki on May 7th

5/4/2012 Kashiwa city hospital in Chiba
Atmospheric dose : 0.25μSv/h
10.15 μSv/h above the dead leaves.

Kashiwa final disposal site is only 200m away from this hospital. Until 6.2011, they stocked 25tones of incineration ash in the site.
After they found it highly contaminated in 10.2011, they replaced the ash into drum cans.

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10.15μSv/h 柏市立柏病院 集められた落葉 2012年5月 - YouTube


4/22/2012, at Nihonmatsu kita elementary school.

1m height from ground : 0.87 μSv/h
Above sand on the school road : 5.47 μSv/h
On the street gutter : 10.12 μSv/h
56.3km from Fukushima plants

10.12μSv/h 二本松北小** 通*路 2012.4.22 - YouTube
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47.52μSv/h at east exit of Fukushima station

Pelican park at east exit of Fukushima station is always highly radioactive. Over 47μSv/h in the gutter this morning again.

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Live human radiation experiments??

Source: Govt docs suggests human experimentation related to Fukushima radiation City should establish Environmental Radioactivity Research Triangle Titled In preparation for creating a program of economic reconstruction

The city of Minamisoma set up the Minamisoma City Economic Reconstruction Research Team, and the team created the following document last year.

Research for Business (and Operation) Cases with New Ideas In Preparation for creating a program of economic reconstruction http://www.city.minamisoma.lg.jp/mps...5125/jirei.pdf [Alternate link]

According to this document, the city should establish environmental radioactivity research facilities in the Soso Environmental Radioactivity Research Triangle (research object areas: Minamisoma city, Iitate village, and Namie town) in order to vigorously promote research for elucidating the mechanism of low-level radiation on the human body and facilitate a study on the assessment of that risks.

Many Japanese people get angry with the document, because it suggest human experimentation of low dose exposure. Such living-body experiments are internationally prohibited by The Nuremberg Code (see details at http://ohsr.od.nih.gov/guidelines/nuremberg.html). A Fukushima resident says, Minamisoma is like a Nazi concentration camps, Fukushima Holocaust comes.

M4.8, M4.5, M4.2, M4.7 hit Fukushima over last few hours

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17-year-old boy employed at Fukushima Daiichi

TEPCO announced that a 17 year old boy had been working in Fukushima in early April 2011, a violation of the nations Labor Standards Law, the JiJi Press reports.
According to TEPCO, the boy engaged in work to create a hole in the outer wall of the Unit 2 turbine building, as a subcontractor of the Kajima Corporation.
It is reported that he had received nearly 2 mSv radiation dose during his time spent working at TEPCO. [...]

*Shocking* Q & A at NISA press conference leaning Fukushima reactor 4 building
At 1:47 in

Kino: Theres been a rumour that there are uneven settlements of the ground around the unit 4 building. So I dont understand why you havent surveyed the ground.

NISA: If we experience an earthquake, of course, uneven settlements of the ground could occur. However, the building is basically set on the bedrock. There was a case at the Kashiwazaki nuclear power plant but we think we need to consider the unevenness of the building and its surrounding area separately.

*Shocking* Q & A at NISA press conference - leaning Fukushima reactor 4 building - YouTube

NHK: Expert urges caution against more tornadoes Fukushima borders both prefectures that had devastating twisters on Sunday Over 250 km/h, among most powerful ever in Japan Houses completely uprooted

Weathers recipe right for twisters
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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Sundays devastating tornadoes in Ibaraki and Tochigi prefectures were caused by a rare situation attributed in part to a winter that went on for some weeks longer than normal, and a recent sharp rise in surface temperatures, experts said Monday. [...]

Tornadoes rarely occur in this season, said Yasushi Fujiyoshi, professor at Hokkaido University. It is rare in the first place for cold air to form in the troposphere in May.

Fujiyoshi said such frigid air is more a feature of the fall and the extended period of freezing weather earlier this year helped create the atmospheric conditions conducive to tornado-formation. [...]

Sundays tornado one of most powerful in Japan
NHK WORLD English
May 07, 2012 16:50 +0900 (JST)

An expert on violent storms says the tornado that ripped through northern Kanto on Sunday may have been one of Japans most powerful. [...]

[Professor Fumiaki Kobayashi of the National Defense Academy] estimates wind velocity topped 250 kilometers per hour. Cars were overturned and some houses completely uprooted.

The expert is urging caution against more tornadoes, as atmospheric conditions can turn unstable in days to come.

NHK WORLD English
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From another part of the globe - FBI Whistleblower Releases Unauthorized Memoir They have individuals on their payroll on almost every nuclear facility in the United States
[...] the Iranian-born former FBI translator [Sibel Edmonds] fought to blow the whistle on traitorous deception and cover-up inside the FBI, blackmail inside the U.S. Congress and startling allegations of espionage and nuclear secrets sold to U.S. enemies on the foreign black market by some of our nations highest ranking officials.

Now, after waiting more than 340 days for the FBIs pre-clearance review of her memoir they are supposed to do so within 30 days Edmonds has decided to release her own story, in full, without their prior approval or redactions.

Edmonds translated other materials that involved the selling of U.S. nuclear information to foreigners and spotted a connection to a previous case involving the purchase of such information. The FBI, under pressure from the State Department, Edmonds writes, prevented her from notifying the FBI field offices involved. Edmonds has testified in a court deposition, naming as part of a broad criminal conspiracy Representatives Dennis Hastert, Dan Burton, Roy Blunt, Bob Livingston, Stephen Solarz, and Tom Lantos, and the following high-ranking U.S. government officials: Douglas Feith, Paul Wolfowitz, and Marc Grossman.

Sibel Edmonds - Nuclear Trafficking- US & Turkish Officials & RAND - YouTube

Sibel Edmonds PEN Newman Award - YouTube

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Catch 22...

Bereaved family of Fukushima woman who committed suicide set to sue TEPCO- 毎日jp(毎日新聞)
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May 10, 2012


[...] Along with three other family members, Mikio Watanabe plans to bring the case to the Fukushima District Court on May 18. Watanabe and his family argue that the Fukushima nuclear disaster led his wife, Hamako, to suffer depression and commit suicide at the age of 58. [...]

According to the group of lawyers, on the morning of July 1, 2011 Hamako committed suicide by pouring gasoline over her body and setting herself on fire at a garbage incinerator near her house [...]

[...] local government had rented for them in the city of Fukushima.

The couple had taken shelter at their relatives homes and gymnasiums in Fukushima Prefecture since March 15, 2011. [...]

[...] Yamakiya district, about 40 kilometers northwest of the crippled Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant, where their home was located, was designated as a planned evacuation zone [...]

[...] Because she was deprived of the basics of life such as her residence and job, she suffered an extremely heavy psychological burden. [...]

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The Dangers of Low Dose Radiation
Asia-Pacific Journal
May 6, 2012


Independent researcher Ian Goddard has carried out a survey of published research on the potential health effects of rates of radiation exposure that the Japanese government has declared safe (up to 20 mSv per year). While few in Japan have been exposed to this level to this point, officials are on record saying that 20 mSv areas are safe for habitation. In addition, there are those in the Japanese scientific establishment who have argued that zones up to 100 mSv per year should be deemed safe. Currently evacuated towns closest to Fukushima Daiichi are likely to see radiation levels at or in excess of the 20 mSv exposure level for a decade or more. If the Japanese government holds to its current policies and interpretations, it is possible that evacuees, including children who are particularly vulnerable to the effects of radiation, may be moved back to safe 20 mSv areas. In a video presentation on his website Goddard argues that accepting 20 mSv as safe could lead to a public health disaster. [...]

It is also notable that these studies are concerned with external exposure. Internal exposure (caused by consumption of contaminated food or inhalation of hot particles) likely poses significantly higher risks because it can deliver radiation effectively to small groups of cells, increasing cancer risk.

Those criminals should be offered life long vacation at the plant. Locally grown veggies, seafood, fresh water...and heated pool (SFP-4).
Oh, I forgot they took Paraguay already.

The Message of Fukushima Unit Three

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12.6 Billion-Dollar Bailout for TEPCO

Source: NY Times

Japan is ready to nationalize Tokyo Electric Power, the operator of the ravaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, under a 1 trillion yen ($12.5 billion) bailout plan that was approved on Wednesday.

The utilitys Fukushima Daiichi plant after the tsunami.
The Japanese government has been scrambling to keep the utility company from collapsing so it can meet the billions of dollars in compensation claims and decommission the reactors at Fukushima Daiichi, all while continuing to provide the Tokyo metropolis with stable electricity.

The government is also eager to push through reforms to restore public trust in a company that has played a vital role in Japans energy policy but has also admitted safety lapses and cover-ups at its power plants. The $12.5 billion bailout comes at a time when the government itself is carrying a debt burden that has mushroomed to more than twice the size of the economy.

I ask that you rebuild the trust that has been lost, Yukio Edano, the Japanese trade minister, told executives of the utility on Wednesday after his ministry approved the 10-year plan.

We consider the plan a new start and are prepared to thoroughly carry it out, said Toshio Nishizawa, president of Tokyo Electric, also known as Tepco.

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Somewhere on this site I made a calculation that Fukushima had the potential to be 158 times worse than Chernobyl but I cant find it now. Cesium in Fukushima Prefecture 122 Times Higher than in Belarus Evacuation Zone Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind! It would seem that this potential is being approached, having said that I assumed that attempts to control it would have been of the same magnitude as that at Chernobyl although that does not seem to be the case.

Radioactive contamination is still being released and unit four is becoming more structurally unstable, I fear for the future.
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For those that follow the MSM and think that the Fukushima problem is essentially under control. Here is a video that might get them back to reality.

Warning: There are some graphic pictures of what the newly government approved safe levels of radiation are doing to people.

Urgent Warning: Fukushima Estimate of Situation - YouTube
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Simultaneous tornadoes in northern Kanto
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Saturday, May 12, 2012


[...] three tornadoes [...] occurred at about the same time last Sunday [...]

Researchers at the Japan Meteorological Agency say one tornado that hit Ibaraki and Tochigi Prefectures left damage over an area about 31-kilometers long and 650- meters wide. [...]

The researchers said three other tornadoes occurred in Ibaraki and Fukushima Prefectures on the same day. [...]

They calculated that super cells measured about 10- to 20-kilometers wide. [...]

Agency expert Osamu Suzuki says its rare for three tornadoes to occur simultaneously. [...]

NHK WORLD English

On the daily press conference, Tepco stated there are some doors and rooms in reactor3, which Tepco can not disclose.

It was mentioned in the Q&A section between a freelance journalist Mr. Kino, and Tepcos spokesman Matsumoto.

Tepco concealed some parts of the video to show reactor3.mp4 - YouTube

フリー木野:昨年の事故後に色々撮影されている動画だが、これを全部公開するのは可能か?その 後の検討は?

Mr. Kino : Since last year, Tepco has been taking some videos of Fukushima plants. Is it possible to disclose all of them ?

松本:既に事故後撮影した水漏れとか、データ類に関しては昨年の秋に先ほど申し上げた東新ビルの情報公開コ ーナーのところでDVDとしておいている。

Tepco : We already disclose videos and photos of historical water leakage and data as DVD. Its published at information disclosure center of Toshin building since last Autumn.

フリー木野:確認だが、昨年6月9日に3号機に入ったと思うが、この動画も全部そこに入ってい るのか?

Mr. Kino : Tepco entered reactor 3 on 9th of June (6/11 ?), is that video disclosed there too ?

松本:6月9日の動画に関しては公表した部分の以外の所に関しては核物質防護上、映ってはいけないものがあ ったので、公開はできない判断をしている。

Tepco : We disclosed a part of the video, but we decided not to disclose the rest for the nuclear material protection.

フリー木野:その判断は御社でされたのか?

Mr. kino : Was that decision made by Tepco ?

松本:はいそうです。

Tepco : Yes we did.

フリー木野:保安院のその部分が核物質防護上問題になるか、ということは確認されていないとい うことか?

Mr. Kino : Does that mean it was not the nuclear agency to have decided not to disclose it for the issue of nuclear material protection ?

松本:核物質防護上、映ってはいけない扉類が映っていたので、私どもでそのような判断をした。

Tepco : The video included the doors that should not be disclosed for the issue of nuclear material protection, so we made that decision by ourselves.

フリー木野:扉以外の中も写っていると思うが、その部分もそうか?

Mr. Kino : The video does probably include the inside of the door, but is that the same ?

松本:後、扉ともう一つは作業員の方の名前が写っているので、そこは処理する必要があろうかと 思っている。

Tepco : The video included the door, and the name of the worker, so we should do something for them.

フリー木野:そういった物を処理した上で公開というのはできないのか?

Mr. Kino : Can you disclose those parts after processing ?

松本:処理するにしても手間がかかるので時間を頂ければと考えているが、今のところ、まだ具体的な作業まで は行なっていない。

Tepco : It takes time to process those parts of the video. We havent started anything specific for it yet.

Of course they not going to disclose what was another purpose of this plant and who was the client...

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