posted on Aug, 8 2014 @ 06:13 AM
You probably heard the reports that after the earthquake and tsunami at Fukushima, hundreds of Daiichi nuclear power plant workers went fleeing for
their lives leaving behind a skeleton crew of heroes do deal with the situation, these heroes amounting to about ten percent of the normal staffing
Well, this report always troubled me because it raised some questions in my mind, to wit:
How did these fleeing workers get far away enough fast enough when their automobiles probably got inundated with 40 feet or so of tsunami water, that
is, salt water? How could they get away far enough and fast enough when it takes time for tsunami water to recede? How did their cars event start?
Assuming that the fleeing workers did manage to get their cars started, then how could they get away far enough and fast enough on roads that must
have been severely littered with earthquake and tsunami debris? The earthquake, for cryin' out loud, was one of magnitude 9. Such an earthquake
usually breaches roadways really, and I do mean really bad? To repeat: how could the fleeing workers get away far enough and fast enough? Hoofing it
wouldn't cut it.
Well, a possible explanation is that this vast majority of nuclear power plant workers did not flee after the earthquake and tsunami; they fled BEFORE
the earthquake and tsunami because that's when things started to go super critical at Fukushima Daiichi, and the truth about the timing of the
evacuation is probably one of the state secrets that Japan wants to keep under wraps with its new state's secrets law.
The supposition that the evacuation took place before the earthquake and tsunami supports the Finnish guy's theory as expounded in the cited Youtube
video in the original post (OP).
Bottom line is this: the Finnish guy's theory is more sensible then the theory that large security cameras that were brought into the nuclear power
plants actually housed nuclear bombs. The Finnish guy's theory makes more sense than the scurrilous accusation that Israel caused the earthquake and
tsunami with underwater nuclear bombs to take out the Daiichi nuclear complex because that's where Japan was producing nuclear materials for Iran's
nuclear weapons program. Yeah, right! Like Israel would risk the death of the entire Pacific Ocean and an extinction level event to prevent Iran from
playing with their little firecrackers with which those knuckleheads would most likely blow themselves up.
The Finnish guy's theory has further merit because there is some disagreement in scientific circles as to whether a nuclear event can ignite the
atmosphere, so he does get a good degree of support here.
Footnote: If I remember things correctly, didn't TEPCO hold off on releasing the news information that the vast majority of its workers fled
Fukushima Daiichi at a time of crisis? It takes time, you know, to get your [tall] "story" straight.