Japan Finally Admits The Truth: "Right Now, We Have An Emergency At Fukushima"

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posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 09:59 PM
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No, you heard me correctly. That's what we've been seeing from the start on this. The US DID try and help and assist with running this and frankly. the US is the best in the world with the possible exception of the Russians because we've had as much experience by accidents (mostly small) as anyone to learn. They all but threw out the Marines as the stories at the time seemed to describe it and that was just a touch rude after the Reagan steamed right through their radiation plume, 100 miles off shore, trying to get into the area and assist.

It's not like it wasn't tried ...but look at what's happened and continues to happen. People were, at the time this happened, horrified to think Japan would move people back in close to this place and most said it wouldn't happen. Errr.. Surprise...! and what doesn't flow into the Pacific, how does that impact the inland water table? I did a thread about the radiation they were finding in the muck at the bottom of school swimming pools..but only after clearing most did they say they realized it. Err.. yeah.. right. Mismanagement for greed/money/economic reasons.

People thought Japan would put every effort into moving into alternate power ..ANY alternative, given their precarious situation for natural disaster and not turn the plants back on. However, on they're coming and the 'push' to replace them seems less and less urgent if it ever really had been.

Heck, the world won't even stop Japan from the fraud of whaling for "science" when the only science involved is how much their population can eat of them each season. Anyone is going to push hard on this? Sad..and scary, isn't it?




posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 09:59 PM
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So um.......where are them aliens?

So they deactivate nuke silos while flying around flaunting there high tech flaming chariots for #s and giggles yet, can't be bothered to stop the worlds biggest WTF momment in mand kind?


Well all thats left now is Godzilla to rise from the ocean. I wonder what kind of radioactive, oil sludge soufflé we can make now.
I mean we got all the ingredients.

I suppose ill leave you with this:


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posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 10:05 PM
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Originally posted by Rosinitiate
So um.......where are them aliens?

So they deactivate nuke silos while flying around flaunting there high tech flaming chariots for #s and giggles yet, can't be bothered to stop the worlds biggest WTF momment in mand kind?




I think this myself often too, if ET's are so advanced and benevolent they would help us out, but No we just get messages that promise us dates that never come.


Actually I think this mess is going to effect Japan so greatly that they are just starting to see the tip of the iceberg there.

My reasoning is that they eat a huge amount of their daily diet from the sea, and not just sea creatures but algae's too.
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posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 10:09 PM
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Oh the dates would happen, they would just erase your memory after you were anally probed.

Mmmm Alien Cross Breeding experiments make me feel all warm and fuzzy.



posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 10:20 PM
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Originally posted by fatpastyhead
could someone explain to me what effects this will have both long time and short. will it completely pollute the pacific?

I realise I probably sound very stupid but would like to know just how serious this is.

thanks.


 
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I can't speak for anyone but myself. It's simple risk management now,
and the governments have failed us by design. One doesn't build a real hot rod
out of a jalopy without fortifying it. It costs money to do that, they saved it.
Or should I say, just kept it? The inevitable .44 on a .32 frame scenario happened.

The evil ones want a lot of us to die off. All of us is an option not off the table.
This poster has been characterized as challenged in many areas, but I have not
had and refuse to buy tuna for the last 2 1/2 years: and I loved it more than bacon.



posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 10:21 PM
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Originally posted by tinker9917

Originally posted by muse7
Why they haven't developed a program to launch nuclear waste into the sun is beyond me...are costs more important than the future of our planet?

400 tonnes of water would be almost impossible to store, just launch it into the sun and let it burn off.


If I remember correctly (I don't have time to look it up right now) it is the equivelant of and Olympic size swimming pool EVERY DAY. That's alot of water. Alot of space vehicles never to come back Can't ship out that much water every day. The money cost? Just won't happen.

We're talking millions/billions for one shipment (possibly each day) for how many years????

It's already been 2 1/2 years almost and the nightmare just continues.

Just can't/won't happen.
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That's not how it generally works. Coolant that would have high activity is passed through ion exchangers that clean the water up. The ion exchanger (essentially a drum with radioactive-particle-attracting resin in it) absorbs the radioactive parts of the water. The now-cleaner water is then further processed and ceases being radioactive waste. The only thing that is really radioactive at that point is the resin (which, again, has an affinity for radioactive particles).

Fukushima, however, is different, because it sounds as though they're unable to process the water.

I'm not saying you were wrong. It just sounded like you were making a broad generalization about nuclear waste that just isn't true. I assume you were speaking of Fukushima alone.



posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 10:23 PM
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So um.......where are them aliens?


I think the real scary version is that there aren't any and never have been.

Either in literal truth (which I don't personally believe) or by other life forms being around and buzzing around our general area of space but not giving near the interest, let alone importance to our little marble that we do. Maybe a few ships have been lost and we could be a tourist side trip for the galactic wanderers who are just kinda bored. That would explain what seems to be known to the extent of physical evidence and really? When you think about it? The rest is assumptions on the theories. It would fill in the leaping blur in technology pretty much overnight in man's development timeline.

We might ultimately be all alone to solve our own problems though. Who knows, aliens out there may have a sadistic streak and find it all amusing. Water and marine life may be of no interest to them. We better get working I'd say.


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posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 10:49 PM
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So, none of the brightest minds in the world can figure out a solution to this mess??? 8 Billion people and not one legitimate idea to containing/fixing this crisis?? REALLY??? If you can't fix it, DONT BUILD IT........ When building a nuclear reactor you should think of the worst cases possible and the solutions needed to contain them and if you can't fix it, you should never build it in the first place....



posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 10:54 PM
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This is negligence on a global scale. The Japanese are to blame, but the other governments of the world have been silent while the sea of our shared planet have been infected with radioactive pollutants.



posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 11:17 PM
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Originally posted by derfreebie

The evil ones want a lot of us to die off. All of us is an option not off the table.
This poster has been characterized as challenged in many areas, but I have not
had and refuse to buy tuna for the last 2 1/2 years: and I loved it more than bacon.


Don't ever admit to that publicly again or we'll have your man card revoked.

More than bacon
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......pfft absurd, unthinkable, not possible, RT goes off into a mumbling rant because he can't believe what was said publicly about bacon.
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posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 11:17 PM
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Law of Consequence. Not waking up and allowing those who are doing this to continue while there are billions starving on this planet, and children dying with vultures waiting for them. People need to start giving to others to receive. Antoher school could be given and it would be the same thing, even if the worst elites were taken off the planet, soon another crop would surface, for wherever people don't do their work, the voids get filled by the sharks, and they only take over what people let them. The real job is to wake up, this is the school. This is the work. And everyone needs to start to be responsible and denounce all systems, and care about one another. Then this too would pass.
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posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 11:24 PM
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Oh i don't know. I like bacon and all, but not as much as a nice well cooked steak. Or some ribs. Mmmm meat.
I believe that if we could have been friends, then it is ok to eat it.
Anyway....

I found this..which sort of clears it up on the terms of radiation released, which im still a bit fuzzy on.



Tepco said on Friday that a cumulative 20 trillion to 40 trillion becquerels of radioactive tritium had probably leaked into the sea since the disaster. The company said this was within legal limits.

Tritium is far less harmful than cesium and strontium, which have also been released from the plant. Tepco is scheduled to test strontium levels next.

Tepco said late on Monday that cesium levels at an observation post 53 meters from the sea have jumped in the last week. Reading for cesium-134 has risen almost 15 times to 310 becquerels per liter. A becquerel is a measure of the release of radioactive energy.

Cesium-137, with a half-life of 30 years, was also some 15 times higher than it had been five days ago at 650 becquerels per liter. A much larger spike in radioactive cesium in early July in a different well eventually led to Tepco overturning months of denials and admitting that radioactive water had been leaking into the sea.

Reuters

Let me put it this way, is Godzilla completely out of the question here? Not even one in a trillion that something living there could mutate horribly, and more importantly, destroy a major city or threaten an entire civilization.

As a point of reference i live closer to Hanford then i would like, and spent nearly two decades in a little city that loves to sin, and was also known for its atomic testing.

By this point, i figure i have gotten my dose regardless of what i do.



posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 11:26 PM
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Instead of blaming Higher Ups, have to realize that they are Christ, Christed, the true spiritual meaning of this, Love and Kindess beyond our expectations even, yet they have passed these tests. Its our turn, we're going for the prize and the next level and they are here, to help anyone who seeks and starts to ask, what I was supposed to do, how to report for duty. To wake up more, to see more. To give to others. They are very generous, but we have to do something for others and the world, its our test and we're trying to grow to their level now.

People need to overcome the massive divisions that have been foisted on them, to have love and compassion, to work at understanding everyone else, and what they're going through.

Also the lower level ETs, the ones the elite serve, the top of the pyramid, marduk's group I beleive are pretty much the ones behind this. This is their plan, they want to ruin earth and pin a ruined planet on humans.
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posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 11:36 PM
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What's sad and scary is not just Japan but the whole world, my theory has always been that our species would implode on its self, we digress more and more every day it seems, no one wants to fix anything, we are all racing to see who can destroy everything so we can rebuild in our ideological image............which is even more scary.

Thanks for the info Wrabbit.



posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 11:41 PM
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Deceit looks up from the bottom of the well and the confessor is there to receive.

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posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 11:42 PM
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Waiting for phage. He'll be along shortly. There's no way he'd sit this one out. It's science. Hell, looks like 'free energy' to me. Our bright future.

I've got time, buddy. Right here when you finish debunking all the hysteria surrounding GMOs....
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posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 11:47 PM
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So just to throw this into the mix,... didn't Ben Fulford say the U.S. military fired a nuke into the sea floor near Japan in retaliation for some negotiations...fired it into a fault under Japan that caused Fukushima...
I won't pay for his site so I can't be sure... but I thought that was his position...

Just sayin...lol:



posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 11:52 PM
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I would believe that is warfare with Aliens before i buy the US did a sub-oceanic nuclear strike on Japan over some negotiations.

Or that the US has an Earthquake Machine.


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posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 11:58 PM
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When I say negotiations, I meant Ben's talk of the White Dragons and the other "whatever" power group he is always claiming to have an inside track on...

It is out there I know, but nowadays... anything is possible...

Remember,... face-saving is the most important virtue in Japan... they will never admit failure...



posted on Aug, 6 2013 @ 12:01 AM
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I wonder if this will finally wake up the people of Japan.........
Foolish pride. These people have to be the easiest people to lead on the face of the planet.





How stupid can ya get.
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