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Report: 3 quakes right underneath Fukushima nuke plant β€” JNN live camera down immediately after β€

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posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 05:57 PM
reply to post by Funk bunyip

Yeah....that is reactor #4....right where that light is...which is why I have been watching it so much.

posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 06:26 PM

Originally posted by Funk bunyip
The scary thing about this, is, if you believe some alternative media, the wall of one of the reactors (possibly 3, i forget) is already close to falling down. This wall is part of the support structure that holds the spent fuel rod pool for that reactor. If that wall breaks, spilling the spent fuel rods... well.. that's a wrap for Tokyo.

I don't know how much truth there is to this or what magnitude quake it would take for this to occur, so take it or leave it.

That's reactor #4, the one that was shut down before the earthquake. The problem with it is that the new fuel to fill it with is stored in the spent fuel pool along with the used fuel. More bang for your buck so to speak.

posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 06:35 PM

Originally posted by boncho

Originally posted by metalshredmetal

Originally posted by pasiphae

Originally posted by metalshredmetal
2 words for this thread: Benjamin Fulford.

he predicted mt. fuji would erupt in 2011 due to HAARP. it didn't erupt.

i predict you just joined ATS like..yesterday. go back where you came from with all that jazz.

A poster's join date has absolutely nothing to do with Fulford's credibility. Fulford's past failed predictions and claims of ninja assassins and Asian Mafia armies however... do alter his credibility.

i didn't just join yesterday. not that my join date should mean anything. everyone has to start somewhere.

it was kinda harsh just because a prediction didn't pan out for him. i didn't call the guy nuts.... i just stated the facts.

posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 07:05 PM
reply to post by pasiphae


Just because you imagine a scenario, and come to a few possibilities, that allow you to come up with some sort of prophecy or prediction, doesn't mean that you have to be anything more than Agnostic toward it.

I meet people who, like me, like to banter about where the world might go, both in the short and long term.

Often this involves throwing out suggestions and wild proposals about why this or when that might or might not happen.

Ive come up with predictions myself, I sometimes hope they come true, but most often I hope to be terribly wrong, as I have a somewhat pessimistic and morbid point of view ( I call it a sense of realism, haha )

So to conclude even though I've made predictions, I'm always Agnostic about them myself, because you can never be sure until something happens.

For this reason an Agnostic outlook is perfect, as you remain prepared, but are never surprised when it doesn't happen.
edit on 5-1-2012 by Lagrimas because: grammar

posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 07:56 PM
reply to post by Free4Ever2

people over in japan have got to be getting immuned to the effects of radiation, jk. i feel bad for every one over there that dont have the means to get away from this on going problem over there. hope this is the last time they will get hit by a disaster.

posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 08:40 PM
reply to post by Lagrimas

yes, interesting points. i have no idea why its in response to me saying a reporter didn't predict an eruption which apparently upset another member. (i didn't say anything negative).

i'm really just wanting to follow the discussion. i came here because i was following StealthyKat's thread about a strange light and that it changed after the earthquake. it all seems very strange. i really hope nothing bad is going on with that reactor.

posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 09:39 PM
How could something bad NOT be going on with the reactors?
Jeebus the contaiment has been breached in two of them since nearly the start.....
The nuclear fuel is sitting on the concrete floor out of its containment a long time ago....
It should have burnt its way pretty deep by now....considering cracks in the ground around the plant were spewing radioactive steam already weeks ago......
The whole thing is ome big cancer sore on the face of the earth.....
The US already raised their maximums for radiation counts months ago!
We are in deep kapuki .........
The truth is obvious to any high school science graduate......

posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 10:47 PM
Isn't it time that the Japanese Government declares: "Time to LEAVE the island!!!"??? I know it would be hard for us to give up living in California, since it's one of the most civil and diverse places left in the USA, but if we were having these many earthquakes around and underneath OUR reactors??!! We'd pack up the kitties and leave... And I think our present governor would have the sense to suggest it.

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