posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 09:18 PM
OK, here's a crazy theory...
IF there were ships at the plant minutes after the tsunami struck, then one has to wonder why they would be there. The OP stated his (?)cousin was
handling material at the site which caused the exposure.
As this is a conspiracy site, here's a conspiracy theory for you - a weak one I'll admit, but this thread got me thinking.
Japan has long had the technology to launch ICBM's (rockets), and have long had nuclear reactors. Making the leap to weaponised rockets shouldn't
be too much of a challenge - especially if they are getting help from a current nuclear power - the United States.
Why would Japan want to do such a thing?
To counter threats from North Korea and China - real or perceived. The North Koreans have fired missiles over Japan before, and done a couple of
nuclear tests. Whether or not they are capable of putting a nuclear payload on a missile is still in doubt I believe, but there is a credible threat
there. There is no doubt China has nuclear weapons, and they are currently in the process of modernising their Navy and Air Force, so are becoming
much more a of threat to the Japanese.
The US has money problems, and has long wanted allies in the APAC region to develop their capabilities in order to counter a rising China.
What if they were working with the Japanese to help them weaponise their space program in secret? What if this site had something to do with this
fantasy weapons program? If you can accept this COULD be possible, then it's not too long a bow to draw to think a US Naval vessel was close by in
the process of transferring some nuclear material for some reason or another. IF they were there when the tsunami hit, and the "goods" were
damaged, this could explain some very high level exposure to just a few people, prior to all of the current issues with the site.
I've obviously go too much time on my hands, but reading this thread got my imagination going...all of the above is from my head and I don't have
any evidence whatsoever to back any of it up.