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Fukushima Worse than Chernobyl

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posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 05:19 PM
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I posting this because no one cares anymore or they don't realize the impact it is having. Everyone is focused on politics, which is just a bull# cat and mouse game to distract us from what is really going on.

Does anyone out there really care about this at all ?




The change in status is largely the result of the fact that the three melted reactors at the Fukushima plant have never been properly contained and their release of radioactivity into the environment has continued in the years since the meltdown first occurred. For instance, last February, a hole measuring two meters in diameter was discovered within the metal grating at the bottom of the containment vessel built around the plant’s No. 2 reactor, allowing the reactor’s fuel to escape from the reactor and into the surrounding environment. The hole permitted radiation inside the reactor to reach 530 sieverts per hour, a massive increase from the 73 sieverts per hour that were recorded soon after the disaster. To put these figures in perspective, NASA’s maximum amount of radiation exposure permitted for astronauts over their entire lifetimes is 1 sievert.



www.mintpressnews.com...
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posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 05:45 PM
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a reply to: Groot

Than not then
It's an article from spring of 2018...

And no, it's not worst than Chernobyl...



posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 05:51 PM
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a reply to: Bluntone22

Not only that, Fukushima was a tiny reactor compared to Chernobyl. How could it even compete?
As blokes we always kid ourselves by saying good things come in small packages etc but, Nuclear Reactor Cores work by different principles. The bigger the core the higher output.



posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 05:54 PM
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see this is what stokes Keiju sightings

Open steins gate and fix it..

(Otaku untie)



posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 05:54 PM
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a reply to: contextual

Chernobyl didn't have a concrete containment shell and when it popped it threw nuclear fuel all over the place.



posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 05:57 PM
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a reply to: Bluntone22

you stalkers know everything.


you need some ammo?



posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 05:59 PM
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a reply to: thedigirati

Knowledge is power......

School house rock!



posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 06:11 PM
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originally posted by: Bluntone22
a reply to: Groot

Than not then
It's an article from spring of 2018...

And no, it's not worst than Chernobyl...


My grammer nazi wife caught it and corrected me.



posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 06:19 PM
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originally posted by: Bluntone22
a reply to: Groot

Than not then
It's an article from spring of 2018...

And no, it's not worst than Chernobyl...


Its not?


Currently, more than 1m tonnes of contaminated water is held in almost 1,000 tanks at the Fukushima Daiichi site, but the utility has warned that it will run out of tank space by the summer of 2022.
“The only option will be to drain it into the sea and dilute it"

source
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posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 06:20 PM
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a reply to: Groot

I haven't eaten anything from the Gulf of Mexico since the BP oil spill due to the ongoing seepage from it never being properly sealed and I damn sure am never eating anything from the Pacific Ocean again because of the ongoing dumping of radioactive water directly into the ocean for like what? over 8 years now?

My seafood options have become increasingly limited because farmed seafoods aren't really a safe option either, and with factories and farms and big city sewer systems pumping waste into rivers and lakes neither are they.

If I were to go back down into the deep recesses of prophesy I'd almost believe it is all related to Biblical predictions about percentages of water and sea and river food animals being poisoned even if it all IS mankind's doings!



posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 06:26 PM
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originally posted by: contextual
a reply to: Bluntone22

Not only that, Fukushima was a tiny reactor compared to Chernobyl. How could it even compete?
As blokes we always kid ourselves by saying good things come in small packages etc but, Nuclear Reactor Cores work by different principles. The bigger the core the higher output.


Guessing you didn't read the article and you are just blowing it off, eh?



Consequences of the disaster have also been felt as far away as the United States. Soon after the disaster, radiation was detected in the drinking water of numerous U.S. cities and in the milk of American cattle. Since then, radiation from Fukushima was acknowledged to have reached U.S. shores by scientists. While reported radiation of the West Coast was noted to be low, media outlets used this to suggest that there was no reason for concern, even though it was known at the time that the levels of radiation would rise in the coming years. Despite that, the U.S. government does not monitor the spread of Fukushima radiation along the U.S. West Coast or around the Hawaiian Islands. Despite the fact that Fukushima radiation is known to have contaminated a wide area – particularly in Japan – it is shocking that so little concern around the consequences for human health or the environment has developed. One likely factor in the lack of concern is that food, water and air contaminated with radioactive Cesium looks and tastes no different from their uncontaminated counterparts. Unlike cases where the flavor of food or the appearance of water drastically changes after an environmental disaster, Fukushima’s contamination is largely invisible, making a cover-up much easier.


www.mintpressnews.com...



Not in the mood to argue, just sharing some info. Please prove me wrong that it is not as dangerous as Chernobyl.






posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 07:15 PM
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Anyone who has studied Fukushima would realise how devastating it is.
The media can’t afford to tell the truth

They still don’t know how to clean it up or what the ramifications are
25 thousand year half life?



posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 07:24 PM
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a reply to: Groot

Your article ,that I did read, is a year and a half old garbage piece from mint press, a garbage site.

Show some links to nasa, Noah or any other reputable science source that confirm any significant levels of radiation and their dangers outside of the reactor site.



posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 07:45 PM
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originally posted by: Bluntone22
a reply to: Groot

Your article ,that I did read, is a year and a half old garbage piece from mint press, a garbage site.

Show some links to nasa, Noah or any other reputable science source that confirm any significant levels of radiation and their dangers outside of the reactor site.


Well thank you ! I shall do a little more research, oh kind ol wise one !

And, I get this when I research further........




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posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 07:55 PM
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Sorry if I come across as an ass.
There is doom porn galore on the internet and most of the sites posting the doom don't know a becquerel from a sievert.

They love to throw out a number but never give it any perspective. Especially something like 50 times normal....but they don't tell you that it's still not dangerous.

You will quite literally get more radiation exposure flying to Japan than you will get in Japan.



posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 08:06 PM
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originally posted by: Bluntone22
a reply to: Groot

Sorry if I come across as an ass.
There is doom porn galore on the internet and most of the sites posting the doom don't know a becquerel from a sievert.

They love to throw out a number but never give it any perspective. Especially something like 50 times normal....but they don't tell you that it's still not dangerous.

You will quite literally get more radiation exposure flying to Japan than you will get in Japan.


Yeah, you are coming across as an ass, but I do understand your position. I was part of the original disaster thread many years ago as it developed. I was some other dog.

But, In my defense, there has always been a big cover up and over the years, it has been swept under the rug.

Simply put, you can not take the word of well established government agencies.

IMHO




posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 08:11 PM
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a reply to: Groot

The problem is that though they have a much better filtering process (as compared to what they had in the beginning) to remove radioactive elements from the water that they plan on dumping back into the ocean they apparently haven't figured out how to filter out tritium, and while scientists mostly agree that tritium isn't very harmful to humans the scientific opinions on the long term effects on fish and other aquatic life are all over the place, especially in the long term. The residents (especially fishermen) in the surrounding areas- and even as far away as South Korea- seem to be firmly against diluting the water by dumping into the ocean, and environmental groups are going ape$h1zz about it.



posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 08:13 PM
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a reply to: Groot

It is nice to see that every once in a while, someone pays some attention to the problem. Truth is, most of us who survived the original efforts to bring light to the situation, have all but accepted that in this day and age people are more content to not know. I posted here under the name during that time, and was very bold about the whole thing, but it was a really huge miscalculation on my part. For the good ones who didn't make it, who ignored the death threats that came in those times for anyone who even dared to contradict the narrative, I salute you. Sandia labs lost a bright light and many great engineers and servicemen were planted, pretty much for nothing.

As for if this is worse than Chernobyl. The GE mark 1 reactor is tiny by comparison. Even the sum of all 4, and their respective spent fuel containment chambers which were packed with fresh MOX, contained far less fuel than Chernobyl. The difference, at tremendous cost of life, including close to 10000 brave young men a women who volunteered to work on Chernobyl, the actual impact of the incident was indeed far less than Fukushima.

The Japanese method of dealing with the problem, has been nothing short of extremely shameful and duplicitous. First thing they did, was throw 200+ billion at the stock market. Then they let Tepco lie and lie and lie. At night, they sent in a destroyer with poor under prepared naval workers to pick up the spent rods littering the property, which I believe they sank afterwards if memory serves me. Then the Yakuza enlisted homeless men to sweep up the mess. They continue to "leak" out large amounts of radioactive waste water intentionally, hand out faulty dosimeters to visiting dignitaries, and have concealed the deaths of over 250000 of their own countrymen many of which are children from radio legionic disorder. The funny thing is Tokyo is hosting the Olympics, which is about as comical a Prypriat holding the winter games in 1986.

Oh and something should be said for the US naval workers who are fighting for compensation after their aircraft carrier took on radioactive drinking and ballast water. Then there is the stray fishing boat that was sunk by the US coast guard before it could be salvaged by the Canadians, spilling radioactive bunker all over the Alaskan coastline, also to keep the whole narrative of all is well fine.

So good on you for trying. Don't let the nay sayers get to you. There are tons of know it alls here, and they make the most noise. They will tell you things you have held in your hand don't exist, or that you are mistaken about the color of the paint in your bathroom. It is a microcosm for the internet at large. Just a dolt cafe.

AX



posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 08:20 PM
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originally posted by: Alphasan
a reply to: Groot

It is nice to see that every once in a while, someone pays some attention to the problem. Truth is, most of us who survived the original efforts to bring light to the situation, have all but accepted that in this day and age people are more content to not know. I posted here under the name during that time, and was very bold about the whole thing, but it was a really huge miscalculation on my part. For the good ones who didn't make it, who ignored the death threats that came in those times for anyone who even dared to contradict the narrative, I salute you. Sandia labs lost a bright light and many great engineers and servicemen were planted, pretty much for nothing.

As for if this is worse than Chernobyl. The GE mark 1 reactor is tiny by comparison. Even the sum of all 4, and their respective spent fuel containment chambers which were packed with fresh MOX, contained far less fuel than Chernobyl. The difference, at tremendous cost of life, including close to 10000 brave young men a women who volunteered to work on Chernobyl, the actual impact of the incident was indeed far less than Fukushima.

The Japanese method of dealing with the problem, has been nothing short of extremely shameful and duplicitous. First thing they did, was throw 200+ billion at the stock market. Then they let Tepco lie and lie and lie. At night, they sent in a destroyer with poor under prepared naval workers to pick up the spent rods littering the property, which I believe they sank afterwards if memory serves me. Then the Yakuza enlisted homeless men to sweep up the mess. They continue to "leak" out large amounts of radioactive waste water intentionally, hand out faulty dosimeters to visiting dignitaries, and have concealed the deaths of over 250000 of their own countrymen many of which are children from radio legionic disorder. The funny thing is Tokyo is hosting the Olympics, which is about as comical a Prypriat holding the winter games in 1986.

Oh and something should be said for the US naval workers who are fighting for compensation after their aircraft carrier took on radioactive drinking and ballast water. Then there is the stray fishing boat that was sunk by the US coast guard before it could be salvaged by the Canadians, spilling radioactive bunker all over the Alaskan coastline, also to keep the whole narrative of all is well fine.

So good on you for trying. Don't let the nay sayers get to you. There are tons of know it alls here, and they make the most noise. They will tell you things you have held in your hand don't exist, or that you are mistaken about the color of the paint in your bathroom. It is a microcosm for the internet at large. Just a dolt cafe.

AX


So true, the words you speak.

And thank you !

I do miss that old thread and Silverflash, I think that was his name.




posted on Oct, 9 2019 @ 08:33 PM
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Fukushima Worse than Chernobyl


Duh. I said that the day after it happened. One reactor vs. three.

It ain't rocket science. Even with radioactive graphite spewed all over the place, Chernobyl isn't even close.



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