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04-18-2013 09:56 PM#1231
Screaming Yellow ZonkersMember
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster
People also forget that the land is still affected by the bombs in Nagasaki and Hiroshima . People are still born with bomb disease ,from those two events ,TODAY . 70 years later ...so.....
Even with that fact,albino animals ,like ones seen after Chernobyl ,are just popping up in Japan ,now.

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04-18-2013 10:00 PM#1232
UniqueStrangerArt in my heart
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster
(04-18-2013 09:54 PM)Bunneh Wrote:  
(04-18-2013 09:49 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  
(04-18-2013 09:47 PM)Bunneh Wrote:  
(03-18-2013 07:40 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  Chernobyl mutations - 30 years after.

http://youtu.be/ZjSBiOUZNLE


The reports from Japan are albino animals .All different species ,since the leak . Crows ,fish,shellfish .Albino .Something similar happened after Chernobyl .


I'm sure the DNA mutations will go far beyond anything we can imagine into the future. damned.gif


They havent said anything about six legged goats ,or four eyed frogs .Not yet anyway .
I heard somethinnngg... I forget now,but I saw photos of the albinos . Crows ,starlings,lobsters.
Lots of albino animals ,all over Japan ,since fukushima


Well, earlier in this thread, I posted double headed flowers (Fukushima). Also, more recently, in the Chernobyl radiation hit areas, I posted two headed turtles, etc. I'm sure the mutations include other DNA alternations besides albionism.
04-27-2013 03:15 PM#1233
UniqueStrangerArt in my heart
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster
Quote:“The fundamental problem lies in the fact that utilities, including [plant operator] Tepco, and the government have failed to see the danger as reality as they were bound by a myth of nuclear safety and the notion that severe accidents do not happen at nuclear plants in our country," said the 450-page report.

http://www.nucnet.org/all-the-news/2012/...f-accident

"Things will be better in the morning".
05-02-2013 07:55 PM#1234
UniqueStrangerArt in my heart
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster
Quote:So TEPCO finds itself in a race: Can its workers build enough tanks and clear enough nearby space to store the irradiated water — water that keeps pouring into the reactor at the rate of some 75 gallons a minute? More than two years after the tsunami, TEPCO is still racing against time — and just barely staying ahead.

Read more: http://science.time.com/2013/05/01/leaks...z2S9g5H9K8

“The Fukushima Daiichi plant remains in an unstable condition, and there is concern that we cannot prevent another accident,” Shunichi Tanaka, chairman of the Nuclear Regulation Authority, said in a news conference in early April. Not so funny after all.


Just an update for y'all.
05-03-2013 07:13 AM#1235
UniqueStrangerArt in my heart
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster
Quote:TEPCO has confirmed to AM that groundwater is flooding into the plant's reactor buildings at the astonishing rate of 285 litres a minute.

Once inside, the water quickly becomes highly contaminated and has to be stored in tanks which cover 17 hectares of the plant's grounds.

But with those tanks close to capacity now, TEPCO has started to clear an adjoining forest to make more space to store the contaminated run-off.


http://www.abc.net.au/am/content/2013/s3750728.htm

This is not going away....ever. A curse.
05-20-2013 03:06 PM#1236
ShadowMrs. Buckwheat
Posts: 13,525Joined: Feb 2011
RE: The Fukushima Disaster
Crushed By Soaring Energy Costs, Japan Prepares To Reactivate Its Nuclear Power Plants

And now, proving that Japan has learned absolutely nothing from its recent past, it is now preparing to risk yet another Fukushima, just to make sure that Goldman's partners have a fresh year of record bonuses, driven by the BOJ's monetary insanity. Yomiuri Shumbun reports, that just two years after a wholesale shutdown of Japan's nuclear power plants demanded by the people, Japan is once again going to reactivate its nuclear power plants, much to the chagrin of the already massively irradiated local population.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-05-19...wer-plants
06-05-2013 03:31 AM#1237
UniqueStrangerArt in my heart
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster
İmage
06-08-2013 02:31 AM#1238
Anonymous KritterIncognitoAnonymous
 
RE: The Fukushima Disaster
Why is none of this info ever seen on the MSM. All we ever get is celebrity status and news we don't need to know.

Don't worry. I know why, just need to vent.
06-08-2013 11:54 AM#1239
JayRodneyⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
Posts: 30,998Joined: Feb 2011
RE: The Fukushima Disaster
yup.gif Lots of info on this thread, that's why we've kept it going despite a MSM clampdown. It's unsettling.

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06-09-2013 06:24 PM#1240
UniqueStrangerArt in my heart
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster
Quote:Correspondents say this suggests water has been leaking from the plant or storage tanks into the soil - something the company previously said had not happened.

All of this is going to make it even more difficult for Tepco to convince local fishermen that it is safe for Tepco to start pumping ground water from around the plant in to the ocean, the BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes in Tokyo reports.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-22793353

Well, at least they are making slow but sure headway in damage control.
06-16-2013 06:17 PM#1241
Anonymous KritterIncognitoAnonymous
 
RE: The Fukushima Disaster
http://optimalprediction.com/wp/fukushim...-progress/
Fukushima endgame in progress.
Posted on June 10, 2013

From the Japanese “blog of waiting Chan” comes the news that xenon-133 and xenon-135 have been detected at the Fukushima Daiichi gas management facility. Iodine-135 Xenon-135 is generated in a nuclear reactor from the radioactive decay of tellurium-135, a fission product. Xe-135 is the most powerful neutron absorber known, and this process extinguishes a nuclear reaction. This is known as the iodine pit.

Also, radioactive silver-110m has been found. This comes from melted control rods. Its boiling point is 2162 degrees C, so it is clear that very high temperatures are involved. This isotope Ag-110m bioaccumulates at a rate far above that of cesium, according to Prof. Satoshi Mori. It has an affinity for the Kupffer cells of the liver.

Cobalt-60 and manganese-54 have also been detected. These are activation products which result from neutron radiation of building materials.

Clearly, a massive criticality has occurred. And it is NOT coming from the underground coriums, but rather the aboveground sources of radioactivity such as the spent fuel pools. These have FAR more radioactivity in them than the nuclear fuel which has burrowed underground.

This is yet another criticality in the latest round of radioactive emissions which commenced in February. It is going in cycles, where the fuel heats up, releases radiation, and then Xe-135 extinguishes it, and it starts all over again. Every stage in the cycle is worse than the last one.
06-30-2013 02:50 AM#1242
softyIncognitoAnonymous
 
RE: The Fukushima Disaster
Guess the plan is to restart some of the reactors,,,

you know,,,money,,,whatever,,,protests of course,,,

whole disaster is going to cost 10 trillion,,,and they

are in debt 200 percent gdp,,,hope no more natural

disasters,,,hope,,,hope,,,hope,,,yeah,,,that will work...

(:X
07-04-2013 02:28 AM#1243
amijane155IncognitoAnonymous
 
RE: The Fukushima Disaster
Legacy of nuclear disaster in Japan's Fukushima plant

http://www.thenational.ae/business/indus...z2Y1ntsf9C
07-10-2013 04:52 PM#1244
ShadowMrs. Buckwheat
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster
Leader Of Fukushima Explosion Response Team Dies From Esophageal Cancer

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-07-10...ies-cancer

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07-11-2013 09:27 AM#1245
Accidental StonerMember
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster
More from yesterday:

http://www.japantoday.com/category/natio...3-07-11_AM

Quote:Members of the Nuclear Regulation Authority voiced frustration at Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO), which has failed to identify the source and the cause of spiking readings of radioactive materials in groundwater.

F**k you, shima. Die itchy.

Yup.

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07-14-2013 08:51 PM#1246
Anonymous KritterIncognitoAnonymous
 
RE: The Fukushima Disaster
The GDp is down 200 percent then why start up other reactors when they have no income for clean up and safety precautions! I remember saying we need to get away from nuclear power a year before this happened, surprised so many want to waste their countries taxes on billtions to trillions of cleanup , when we could use natural sources for 10000% percent less the cost of nuclear energy ideas that have proven devastation on a global level!! WOW , the audacity of dumbasses!
07-14-2013 09:04 PM#1247
Anonymous KritterIncognitoAnonymous
 
RE: The Fukushima Disaster
I also remember a year or two ago when i was trying to come up with ideas to neutralize radiation, using a few unique concepts, but then again i only had 3 years of college and honors classes in high school for which i wished i had taken AP, because it was horseshit not to.
The main concept is reaching an neutralizing each radioactive atom by giving it the right electron it needs to stabilize itself!
Whether it can be done with lasers and such or a more complicated way, i'm sure is possible, why has there been no ideas ir testing in this area?!!
Is it not logical to solve the most fundamental problem we have here on Earth??!!
07-17-2013 03:54 PM#1248
Accidental StonerMember
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster




İmage

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07-22-2013 05:19 PM#1249
JayRodneyⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster
They are just admitting it, what a surprise...

Quote:Radioactive water leaked into sea: TEPCO

The admission on Monday came the day after Japanese voters went to the polls in an election for the upper house, handing the largely pro-nuclear party of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a handsome majority.

Earlier this month, Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) said groundwater samples taken at the battered plant showed levels of possibly cancer-causing caesium-134 had shot up more than 110 times in a few days.

TEPCO did not know the exact reasons for the increased readings but had maintained the toxic groundwater was likely contained at the current location, largely by concrete foundations and steel sheets.

"But now we believe that contaminated water has flown out to the sea," a TEPCO spokesman said Monday.

Read more: http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/wor...z2ZmfVz0Gj

sad2.gif Not much good news out of there.

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07-30-2013 03:06 AM#1250
KILLUMINATIMade Ya Look!!
Posts: 5,220Joined: Jun 2012
RE: The Fukushima Disaster
Second report of unwelcome emissions in less than one week

“Something like steam” continued to billow out of Fukushima’s nuclear reactor 3 building on Tuesday morning, the Tokyo Electric Power Co. said, confirming the latest omen that the ongoing nuclear catastrophe will not end any time soon.

http://intellihub.com/2013/07/24/somethi...fukushima/
07-30-2013 03:07 AM#1251
KILLUMINATIMade Ya Look!!
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster
Never in all of history has a world event with such reaching consequences to human life as those represented by the meltdown of the reactors at Fukushima been so thoroughly and absolutely covered up. By now the effects of the radioactive pollution from the plant have encompassed our planet and, as higher radiation levels for the aquatic life in the Pacific Ocean are scantly reported, life, or more probably death goes on as if nothing of any real consequence has actually occurred.

After the meltdown of a single reactor in Chernobyl in 1986, there seemed to be a constant vigil to track the spread of the radiation and the consequences to human life in the Soviet Union and around the world. But back then, the coverage served a political purpose. We weren’t to look at the failure of Chernobyl as a consequence of the bad decision in building these death plants, but rather the inferior system of government in the Soviet Union that allowed the failure to occur.

http://www.fromthetrenchesworldreport.co...t-up/52175
07-30-2013 03:02 PM#1252
Anonymous KritterIncognitoAnonymous
 
RE: The Fukushima Disaster
Quote:Fukushima radiation levels as high as 2011

Water samples taken at an underground passage below the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant contain alarming levels of radiation which are comparable to those taken immediately after the catastrophe.

According to a Saturday statement by Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), the tested water contains 2.35 billion becquerels of cesium per liter, and the radioactive water is now seeping into the sea. The findings were also evident from samples taken within a 50-meter radius around the plant.

TEPCO’s specialists have hit a wall trying to solve the problem of the leaking groundwater, which has persisted since 2011. However, unlike then, they cannot tell what the source of the newfound radioactivity is. The current explanation is that the radioactive water that had been left in the underground trench some two years ago is now mixing with the groundwater, which is in turn contaminating the sea.
Read more: http://rt.com/news/japan-fukushima-radia...evels-689/

This is catastrophic and not getting better.
08-03-2013 10:37 PM#1253
Anonymous KritterIncognitoAnonymous
 
RE: The Fukushima Disaster


08-04-2013 05:50 PM#1254
KILLUMINATIMade Ya Look!!
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster
M6 quake shakes northeastern Japan; no tsunami risk

TOKYO —
A strong earthquake shook northeastern Japan on Sunday in the same region devastated by a giant tsunami and temblor 2-1/2 years ago, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.

The quake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.0 struck at 12:29 p.m., and was centered off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture, and 50 kilometers below the seabed.

The quake shook a wide region, including Fukushima and Iwate prefectures, and there was no risk of a tsunami, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.

Tokyo Electric Power Co, the utility that runs Fukushima Daiichi, said no problems were reported there or at another one of its nuclear plants in Fukushima, and that there were no power outages and radiation monitors did not show any change.

Tohoku Electric Power Co also said no problems were detected at its Onagawa nuclear plant in Miyagi Prefecture.

Some roads were blocked off and some trains stopped running temporarily for safety checks, broadcaster NHK TV said.

http://www.japantoday.com/category/natio...unami-risk
08-04-2013 09:13 PM#1255
Anonymous KritterIncognitoAnonymous
 
RE: The Fukushima Disaster
(08-04-2013 05:50 PM)KILLUMINATI Wrote:  M6 quake shakes northeastern Japan; no tsunami risk

TOKYO —
A strong earthquake shook northeastern Japan on Sunday in the same region devastated by a giant tsunami and temblor 2-1/2 years ago, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.

The quake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.0 struck at 12:29 p.m., and was centered off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture, and 50 kilometers below the seabed.

The quake shook a wide region, including Fukushima and Iwate prefectures, and there was no risk of a tsunami, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.

Tokyo Electric Power Co, the utility that runs Fukushima Daiichi, said no problems were reported there or at another one of its nuclear plants in Fukushima, and that there were no power outages and radiation monitors did not show any change.

Tohoku Electric Power Co also said no problems were detected at its Onagawa nuclear plant in Miyagi Prefecture.

Some roads were blocked off and some trains stopped running temporarily for safety checks, broadcaster NHK TV said.

http://www.japantoday.com/category/natio...unami-risk

From what I read over at enenews, the earthquakes that occur in and around fukushima, are related to the coriums in the earth. The coriums are creating nuclear explosions deep within the earth.
08-04-2013 10:03 PM#1256
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster
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08-06-2013 07:06 PM#1257
UniqueStrangerArt in my heart
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RE: The Fukushima Disaster
Quote:In the early weeks of the disaster, the Japanese government allowed Tepco to dump tens of thousands of tonnes of contaminated water into the Pacific in an emergency move. The toxic water release was heavily criticized by neighboring countries as well as local fishermen and the utility has since promised it would not dump irradiated water without the consent of local townships.

http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/...-says?lite

When do other world governments deem these actions crimes against humanity? damned.gif

"The nuclear regulatory task force met on Friday to discuss the situation at the plant, and concluded immediate action, and new measures, was required to stop radioactive water leakage into the ocean."

http://www.examiner.com/article/emergenc...into-ocean

I hope they find a solution ... fast!
08-08-2013 08:57 PM#1258
Beautiful VoidMember
Posts: 11,790Joined: Oct 2012
RE: The Fukushima Disaster
Theres 300 tons of radioactive water flowing into the pacific ocean daily...

I hope the political officials wont try and blow that out of proportion and make themselves even more megabucks,like they already do with their fear mongering mantras about how humans are responsible for greenhouse earth and the polar ice caps melting,when in reality those calamities are being caused by unstoppable and naturally occurring cycles of that star we call the sun...

But they probably will...

According to NOAA the National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration...

Earths oceans contain 36,614,237,300,000,000,000,000 gallons of water...

So rest assured that any radioactive whatever thats being released into the ocean will be quickly diluted and rendered ineffective and harmless and meaningless...

Many underwater detonations of nuclear weapons were carried out through the years and they released a helluva lot of radioactivity into the earths oceans and nothing was really poisoned and harmed by them...

The earths oceans are unimaginably vast and deep...

08-08-2013 09:21 PM#1259
Anonymous KritterIncognitoAnonymous
 
RE: The Fukushima Disaster
(08-08-2013 08:57 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  Theres 300 tons of radioactive water flowing into the pacific ocean daily...

I hope the political officials wont try and blow that out of proportion and make themselves even more megabucks,like they already do with their fear mongering mantras about how humans are responsible for greenhouse earth and the polar ice caps melting,when in reality those calamities are being caused by unstoppable and naturally occurring cycles of that star we call the sun...

But they probably will...

According to NOAA the National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration...

Earths oceans contain 36,614,237,300,000,000,000,000 gallons of water...

So rest assured that any radioactive whatever thats being released into the ocean will be quickly diluted and rendered ineffective and harmless and meaningless...

Many underwater detonations of nuclear weapons were carried out through the years and they released a helluva lot of radioactivity into the earths oceans and nothing was really poisoned and harmed by them...

The earths oceans are unimaginably vast and deep...


You are vastly misunderstanding the situation. 300 tonnes is a low ball number, Fact is. TWO YEARS after the event, turning point, they are still having to cool the coriums! Might want to look up bio accumulation of radiation in the food chain. That a report last year hit the mainstream, where Tuna off the US coast was found to contain cesium, which they tracked from fukushima. just a headline from today — Gundersen: No way to stop Fukushima’s radioactive water going into Pacific — It will continue for at least 20-30 years

One of the biggest creators of oxygen on the planet Plankton, what happens when the Plankton is affected by the radiation?

I could go on and list a myriad of other problems at fukushima, The spent fuel materials, what's left, that didn't explode far and wide into the atmosphere on 3/11. The fact that the reactor buildings sit on top of an aquifer, which they are sinking into.

Oh and no technology currently exists that can handle the coriums.

Granted C02 con, is a game of fear another mechanism of control and profit. But at fukushima maybe, just maybe the psychos realized they ƒükkêd up big time. But I have my doubts that they really care.
08-09-2013 06:36 AM#1260
Beautiful VoidMember
Posts: 11,790Joined: Oct 2012
RE: The Fukushima Disaster
(08-08-2013 09:21 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(08-08-2013 08:57 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  Theres 300 tons of radioactive water flowing into the pacific ocean daily...

I hope the political officials wont try and blow that out of proportion and make themselves even more megabucks,like they already do with their fear mongering mantras about how humans are responsible for greenhouse earth and the polar ice caps melting,when in reality those calamities are being caused by unstoppable and naturally occurring cycles of that star we call the sun...

But they probably will...

According to NOAA the National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration...

Earths oceans contain 36,614,237,300,000,000,000,000 gallons of water...

So rest assured that any radioactive whatever thats being released into the ocean will be quickly diluted and rendered ineffective and harmless and meaningless...

Many underwater detonations of nuclear weapons were carried out through the years and they released a helluva lot of radioactivity into the earths oceans and nothing was really poisoned and harmed by them...

The earths oceans are unimaginably vast and deep...


You are vastly misunderstanding the situation. 300 tonnes is a low ball number, Fact is. TWO YEARS after the event, turning point, they are still having to cool the coriums! Might want to look up bio accumulation of radiation in the food chain. That a report last year hit the mainstream, where Tuna off the US coast was found to contain cesium, which they tracked from fukushima. just a headline from today — Gundersen: No way to stop Fukushima’s radioactive water going into Pacific — It will continue for at least 20-30 years

One of the biggest creators of oxygen on the planet Plankton, what happens when the Plankton is affected by the radiation?

I could go on and list a myriad of other problems at fukushima, The spent fuel materials, what's left, that didn't explode far and wide into the atmosphere on 3/11. The fact that the reactor buildings sit on top of an aquifer, which they are sinking into.

Oh and no technology currently exists that can handle the coriums.

Granted C02 con, is a game of fear another mechanism of control and profit. But at fukushima maybe, just maybe the psychos realized they f*cked up big time. But I have my doubts that they really care.

300 tons or 3,000 tons daily makes no difference imo...

Earths oceans contain 36,614,237,300,000,000,000,000 gallons of water...

1 gallon of water weighs 8 pounds...

Which means the earths oceans contain 292,913,898,400,000,000,000,000 pounds of water...

Thats two hundred and ninety three billion trillion pounds of ocean water!

Thats one trillion...two hundred and ninety three billion times!

Which means 292,913,898,400,000,000,000,000 pounds of ocean water contains...

36,614,237,300,000,000,000,000 gallons of ocean water...

300 tons of radioactive water weighs 600,000 pounds...

600,000 pounds equals 75,000 gallons of radioactive water...

So we have 75,000 gallons of radioactive water flowing into...

36,614,237,300,000,000,000,000 gallons of ocean water...

Thats thirty six billion trillion gallons of ocean water!

Thats one trillion...thirty six billion times!

Those staggering numbers are speaking very loudly for themselves...

Obviously revealing how 300 tons of radioactive water daily is doing nothing to the ocean...

The solar rays of that star up there we call the sun...

Are probably pouring 10,000 times that much radiation down upon and into the earths oceans every second of every day...

And directly into and through our bodies constantly as well...

Quote: As of January 18, 2013 in 31 countries 437 nuclear power plant units with an installed electric net capacity of about 372 GW are in operation and 68 plants with an installed capacity of 65 GW are in 15 countries under construction.

http://www.euronuclear.org/info/encyclop...d-wide.htm

Friggin progress...

Thats just f###en great...

Thats just really f###en awesome...

Tptb love flirting with disaster dont they...

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