posted on May, 9 2011 @ 01:46 PM
Actually Fukushima had another problem. One month before the tsunami, Israel security team did a security update their computers. A virus prevented
the second battery backup from kicking in. The stuxnet virus is a creation of CIA and Mossand and was used in Iran a their centrifuge plant, where
they were obtaining nuclear products.
So, Fukushima was done by design. Also they can neutralize this any time they want, but will probably let it burn for 10 000 years.
Within 90 minutes of coolant stopping, meltdown began. It took them a day, to get some cooling happening via emergency work and sea water. That
meant all the reactors were in full progressed meltdown. Period. No exceptions. The correct procedure is after those 90 minutes, without power being
restored, to pour Boron on the reactor (can you imagine Rockefeller subsidiary reactors, having more than 1 in a building), to stop the fissioning,
and then cement it. Well correct procedure wasnt followed in the least. In fact they did the worse they could do, use salt water. The reactors were
cracked and the salt water came into contact with the core, which is what should have been expected ,this created a separation and hydrogen going to
In Three Mile Island in a similar incident, they drilled holes in the sides of the building because they knew it would blow if they didn't to release
This didn't happen in Japan because someone didn't want want that to happen. In fact, the mesmers and spellcaster that run this world had the
Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier waiting off Japans coast. Why? Well, back in the 80's one of their Prime Minister met with Ronald Reagan and made a
deal to bring Mox fuel into their country. So this is called a meme spell reinforcement, to ensure that what they wanted was done by the ones they
serve, the dark side. So it was reactor 3, the Mox fuel one that blew sky high and made the mushroom cloud.
Now the problem with eerything is that Japan was storing all of its spent fuel rods on top of the reactors for 40 years of operation, about 600 000
oft them has been estimated,and the spent fuel rods make this incident far far far worse than any meltdown, horrendous incident for the world with
worldwide consequences. That is if the one incident was it and it was over.
Its not over. its getting worse, reactor 3, which isn't there at all, there is nothing in the photographs of that destroyed building. reactor 3 and
all the others are probably heading for the ground water. They've left the station.
The smoke some call steam released on Saturday, had some black smoke there. That was not steam and that was very bad. Then the live feed went off,
and it all changed. Some online think they are looping the feed.
In any case, analysing Fukushima should make every other nuclear plant, glaringly obvious. Why are they even in operation, let alone, near water,
earthquake zones and deliberately accidents looking for a place to happen.