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Don't Look Now, But The Japanese Nuclear Crisis Is Entering A New Phase

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posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 02:42 PM

Earless Rabbit Sparks Worries About Radiation - Japan

and its only the beginning if they dont flee the entire japan island ...
i have saw picture and video from the tchernobyl after math consequences ...
10 of thousand of peoples suffering from abnormalities/difformities
in Japan they are millions in concentrated area

Soon... many babies will be born with difformities
half of the population and more will be "Mutants" .. just hope they will not get rejected by their pair:S

the news hide all of these fact .. 3 NUCLEAR REACTORS EXPLODED and there is more dangerous radioactive toxic stuff compare to Tchernobyl .. its at least one thousand time worst in Japan

more far fetched ..
edit on 6/10/2011 by Ben81 because: (no reason given)

posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 05:35 PM
the video says found right near the exclusion zone. we should be seeing more of this soon if this is from the radiation. I also noticed the little rabbit is Very white where all the older rabbits were brown and black.

posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 09:04 PM

Originally posted by windwaker
reply to post by TheUniverse

There is NOTHING that anyone can do to fix this EXTINCTION LEVEL EVENT.

Don't be so ridiculous, I don't want to downplay the severity of the Fukushima incident but to call it an "EXTINCTION LEVEL EVENT" is beyond idiotic.

You really think we'd have invested in this technology so widely (note many of these listings have more than 1 reactor) if 3 reactors melting down would bring an end to most life?

Oh and that radiation must be able to travel through time because here is a rabbit in 2008 with no ears too

People like this are the reason the news has to be dumbed down at all
edit on 11-6-2011 by modern because: (no reason given)

posted on Jun, 12 2011 @ 12:36 PM
The Fukushima event is ongoing and continues to be uncontrolled. It is definitely a world changing event. There are many different types of radiation being released with different half lives. There is a story by Doris Lessing called "Report on the Threatened City". You all might want to read it, as it regards the general inability of people to adapt and deal with reality.

There is a childrens' movie called "The Last Unicorn". One of the characters is the Harpy. My daughter compared the Harpy to our nuclear power plants. The Harpy killed its "owner". People are pretending that generating energy from elements where "waste products" that will contaminate the planet with radioactivity for thousands of years is okay. This does not make sense. Who thinks this is a good idea?

This event will definitely not end all life on the planet. Life is virulent, and will adapt. I don't have that kind of
confidence for the human species, however. At the least we are degrading the environment. We are indiscriminately undermining the natural infrastructure that maintains us. All that "background radiation" is mostly from those more than 2,000 bomb tests various gleeful governments have exploded since 1945 as documented by artist Isao Hashimoto.

I think that it is criminal that the Japanese government is not protecting its people. What are they thinking?
However, this is not just a problem for Japan. It affects the world: your world, my world, our world, our childrens'

Greed and selfishness seem to be the prime motivators. The ability to care about others is drowned in the current toxic values.

posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 12:02 AM
I believe Fukushima has and will have far worse effects than Chernobyl. Two reasons being, First simply the massive amount of nuclear fuel involved in this particular incident. Secondly the time frame its happening in. Chernobyl had a massive release over a sort time and was quite quickly dealt with, By a brave cleanup crew and fireman who initially had no clue what they where up against. Fukushima has been an ongoing issue, exposed to the environment, im sure the radioactive plume is making it high enough into atmosphere to be well distributed.

Also an interesting page that was published in the Veterans Today publication. Stating some interesting facts on the circumstances of the Chernobyl catastrophe.

A lot of the stated facts in this article counterdict a lot of other stories on the overall situation at Chernobyl.

Also has anyone else noticed RSOE EDIS site has pulled the Fukushima emergency off of the long Time or Rolling Events Emergency list? I used to watch for daily updates there on Fukushima. For those who don't know RSOE site the link is below.

Though im sure by now we all have that site bookmarked

edit on 13-6-2011 by Pegasus2000 because: (no reason given)

posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 12:18 AM
I have a really bad, bad feeling tonight. Just for what it is worth....I hope nothing happens, but I'm anxious bad.

The fukishima thing is hard for me to wrap my head around -know someone that really should be in the know and he says it is not that big of a deal really except for the release valve, whatever that means. He acts mad at me for worrying about it - but I know on the other hand someone else who is involved in lobbying for those stupid things, and she won't HEAR anything bad about it and called me a doomsayer for mentioning I wonder how much SELLING THESE plants really affects people - like maybe the ones with the most vested interest in their own livelihoods are in denial? I hope that makes sense. I have a hard time making sense out of it.

I just know the night of the earthquake I dreamed of that schoolhouse in Chernobyl and for no other logical reason I KNEW this was going to be really, really bad. I just have this really sinky feeling tonight too....and have been feeling like something was going to break soon.

Can't figure out - now this from someone granted who gets lost in her own dreams, mind you - but what's so wrong with reality and facing it?

I know the US has radiation detectors. They know what is what.

If they don't know, fine, say so. Oh people will panic. So what? Let them. Let them ALL just panic. Oh so they will buy iodine and take too much. FINE. Heck maybe people should have been taking the iodine.

What about - ok, at least putting the truth out in Scientific American or something that the stupid people wouldn't read anyway? Or...or THOSE people some of the ones too busy trying to sell it to admit that it could kill and sicken so many?

I guess what I am saying is there's so much freaking denial. Man, this world is SICK. Science is sick.

posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 12:27 AM

Originally posted by hadriana

I guess what I am saying is there's so much freaking denial. Man, this world is SICK. Science is sick.

I wouldn't call science sick, Its the Politics, Corruption and Greed of those that are funding and backing Science today that's sickening and Evil. Science in itself is a great thing. Humanity is still in its infancy mentality wise, that's what projects the evils in science. We need to further research and future outcomes and after effects of our actions.

What i mean to say is we discover new things, make use of that technology and don't think of the consequences or those behind the scientist don't care.

Fundamentally science isn't bad.
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posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 12:36 AM
reply to post by Pegasus2000

Well science itself might be 'pure' in theory, but it's so contaminated - I do think you understand what I mean.
That in itself is really disgusting to me.

posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 12:40 AM
reply to post by Nomad451

This could very well be an ELE, think about it. If every continent on Earth, excluding Antartica, were to receive radioactive fallout, no one would be able to grow crops for 600 years! Sounds like a world wide food shortage and an ELE in the making to me. But what do I know.

posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 12:41 AM
reply to post by modern

Yeah...I was just messing' with ya. Everything's going to be fine.

posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 12:44 AM
reply to post by Observer99

Oh really? I didn't know chernobyl killed a million people.

The More You Disinfo! ding ding ding.

posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 12:53 AM
I can't wait to wash down my radiation sandwich with some ice cold radiation water.

"Would you like radiation with your radiation?"

Don't worry...It's all good!

posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 12:57 AM
reply to post by GogoVicMorrow

Are you mentally handicapped Gogo??“official”-and-other-versions/

You just keep on believing what MSM is spewing out of there F&$k holes

posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 12:59 AM
Yeah! a bit of salt on it and it really intensifies the flavor, kinda like Accent on popcorn.

posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 02:06 AM
reply to post by Ben81

I was double checking that rabbit just to be sure because deformations do happen in "normal" context.

At first, I was like, how fast that $#!^ is allready affecting.
Then, this can't be true, most be "natural".
I have to say now that I am not reassured at allll.

Its a 8-10 weeks rabbit, that means, its right in the 4 months window, considering facials attributes are usually the last stage it doesn't look good.

Anyway, at this point, i just hope.. nervously .

posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 07:02 AM
reply to post by GogoVicMorrow

Yes. It was recently confirmed that over 25 years Chernobyl contributed to the deaths of over one million people.

Google it, bro.

posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 09:17 AM
The Deepwater Horizon event/chemicals dumped into the ocean to make the oil sink was an Extinction Level Event. The Gulf of Mexico is the spawning ground for the Atlantic Tuna.

Go find the scientists that track the Atlantic Tuna via satellite and ask them if their tagged Tuna are moving anymore.

The Japanese reactors which were designed for Uranium but had Plutonium MOX fuel loaded into them is also an Extinction Level Event...for the Pacific Tuna.

posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 01:38 PM
reply to post by Pervius

If the fish go, we go.

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