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11 Facts About The Ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Holocaust That Are Almost Too Horrifying To Believe

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posted on Aug, 21 2013 @ 05:44 PM
For the most part all I do is sit here and read peoples thread's and comments. As I am rare to login and even more rare to comment, but this situation really does sink in and scare me. This really f^&*ing sucks for all of us...

posted on Aug, 21 2013 @ 05:46 PM
reply to post by SheopleNation
. Hey! SheepleNation! You SLAMNED dem beotches. Damn, people just don't get it. China syndrome and soon. Water, air, this is world wide. Pacific, then Atlantic, up in the jet stream.... This is the End. See you on the other side BITCHES!

posted on Aug, 21 2013 @ 06:00 PM
everybody dies. Live your life the best you can till then. yeah it sucks but there is not much you can do about it now.

posted on Aug, 21 2013 @ 06:02 PM
So what I'm hearing the experts in here saying is to leave it alone (don't try to remove the rods). This is because it will slowly disburse and the alternative is even worse. Not sure if thats the idea or if it was just meant to say either route we go - it is what it is and we cannot reverse it so why worry; may not be as bad as we imagine yet could be a global changer too. We just don't know.

It would seem messing with the rods would be the greater risk but if they don't nature might so I can see the justification in this. I suppose if there is an explosion we will know about it via a bright light in the sky. Then we can begin the biggest experiment of all time - seeing how much and how far reaching this will be.

posted on Aug, 21 2013 @ 06:25 PM

Originally posted by HUMBLEONE
Hey! SheepleNation! You SLAMNED dem beotches. Damn, people just don't get it. China syndrome and soon. Water, air, this is world wide. Pacific, then Atlantic, up in the jet stream.... This is the End. See you on the other side BITCHES!

Appreciate the love, but I am more about waking people up, some people just never will get it. Fact is, the economics that are tied into the Japanese exports are more important to these carpet bagging politicians than the health of this Planet. They are nothing but a bunch of old scum bags, on both sides of the political spectrum I might add, who figure they won't be around to deal with the consequences of their mentally ill decisions.

Oh no, Can't lose even one dollar in the name of humanity. This Fukushima disaster is criminal on all levels. ~$heopleNation

posted on Aug, 21 2013 @ 06:55 PM

Originally posted by severdsoul
except this time, its not porn, it's real and it will effect
all of us.

The only question is how fast it effects us, if they dont cause
the rods to explode, then it will be short and sweet, , if they remove
them without any further incidents (which i doubt given their track record)
then it will be a slow die off.

Think of history where civilization as a whole hit a bottle neck and
very few were around, then the population exploded again...

that is what we are ultimately looking at. I dont think the general
population has grasped just exactly what we are facing.

imo, take your worst doom porn and combine it all together and then
multiply it by 10. That is the cold reality of our future.

Today a alert was issued for a radioactive cloud over the west coast
of the U.S. It is just a matter of time before this becomes more common
and it's effects start showing up in the medical fields.
Link to alert

its at the bottom of the page Event Number: 49290

First off, rods don't explode.

Second, the background radiation mentioned in the NRC posting could be from anything -- including a temperature inversion.

posted on Aug, 21 2013 @ 07:21 PM

Originally posted by votan
everybody dies. Live your life the best you can till then. yeah it sucks but there is not much you can do about it now.

I know you mean well and that you're trying to be positive, but sticking your head in the ground and pretending that everything is ok is exactly what the deciders want us all to do. They have sent a gag order to their media tycoons and Politicians (who both they own by the way) and I am sure TEPCO will be giving plenty of back door hand jobs by creating thousands of Swiss bank accounts for some of the career criminal liars who occupy our Government. As long as the blood suckers get to wet their beaks, to hell with the rest of us and our families.

So what, we are just going to sit back and allow these assholes in the Governments of the World and at TEPCO to destroy this planet because they don't want to lose any trade money, be dishonored by asking for international assistance, or be sued by acknowledging responsibility by actually taking any action whatsoever? Well people, If we do that, then we have collectively become a weak species.

Let our selfish controllers consider this as well. There are future humans (well maybe) and other life that might want to enjoy what this planet has to offer just as we all have been fortunate enough to do. Right now, We need to do whatever it takes to stop these destroyers. I really wish I had the answer to this problem, but a suggestion is that we throw TEPCO out on their asses, other than consulting, then the World Nations all Unite in order to find a solution to Fukushima.

Know what I really wish would happen? I wish some Advanced Alien Species would come here and stop these lunatics and save Planet Earth. I know it's wishful thinking, just had to say it. Nothing wrong with having a dream, but oh what a dream it is. Ok, I am done now my friends. ~$heopleNation
edit on 21-8-2013 by SheopleNation because: TypO

posted on Aug, 21 2013 @ 08:02 PM
reply to post by Dianec

As long as those rods are kept immersed in boronated water, they're about as safe as they can get right where they are. The initial concern was when the cores were producing enough heat to literally boil the water away. Now that the cores are sitting in bedrock, they're not producing as much heat directly underneath the rod pools.

With the high radiation levels surrounding the plant itself, removing the rods would expose them to more energetic neutrons, accelerating their decay and introducing even more radiation. Coupled with the logistics of getting humans into the area to remove them while it is so highly radioactive, it just makes sense to leave them there.

Sometimes the best course of action is to not make things worse.


posted on Aug, 21 2013 @ 08:38 PM
reply to post by TheRedneck

Appreciate your substantiating that. I plan to read the older thread on this as well. It appears they are not going to go this route unfortunately due to a lot of fear spreading by some in power (perhaps panic would be a better explanation). None of it is ideal but the chance of not making a mistake is too great given the need for over a thousand attempts.

It appears the justification for this decision to try and move them comes from an unsound structure, and the chance of an earthquake taking it down thereby rendering human intervention impossible. If they could reinforce what exists however, (all the way around - including underneith), and wait it out I also see this as more sensible. It's likely more complicated than just building an earthquake worthy structure around weak areas but it seems worth the effort. If for nothing else than to stop exposure and provide time for science to catch up.

I assume they have weighed benefit/risk of leaving it alone versus removing. It's mind boggling to think they would decide on the more risky of the two - assuming the IAEA is making decisions along with tepco. This should have been am international effort from the get go. Japan having to ask for help in the past couple of weeks tells me they are afraid, likely accompanied by some humiliation. No country should be left alone on these efforts. Time will tell if the present course of action will shift to a less risky one.

posted on Aug, 21 2013 @ 09:54 PM

Originally posted by shaneslaughta
reply to post by cheesy

Russia should be helping them clean up, after all they have the experience when it comes to this kind of disaster.

No - the USSR did.

posted on Aug, 21 2013 @ 10:50 PM
reply to post by Dianec

That shows the danger of armchair decisions... I was not including any concern over the structural integrity of the buildings; I was under the impression that they were sound. If there are structural problems that indicate a strong possibility of failure, then by all means the rods should be relocated. A collapse of those pools, which would remove any neutron absorbing boron from between the fuel cells and possibly land them in close contact with each other, would be a second disaster almost as bad as the first.

Ideally the spent rods are stored in sealed pods and left to decay without intervention; the only reason for the pools is that the rods are so radioactive when taken out of the cores they cannot be handled safely. They go through a cooling down phase in the pools until they can be sealed up. TEPCO was, according to the reports received back in 2011, allowing them to simply build up in an apparent attempt to save costs.... cost savings should NEVER come in front of safety, especially when nuclear waste is concerned.

Of course, those rods should be all cool enough to be sealed up by now. It's been 2 1/2 years, after all. I'm just glad I'm not one of those poor souls having to recover them in such a highly radioactive area.


posted on Aug, 21 2013 @ 11:01 PM

Originally posted by Mamatus
The sad reality is that there is no known fix for this. Not a single brilliant human has an answer. Much less those idiots at Tepco.

Yeah, well our first hint should have been Tepco's first press-conference, where they all came out wearing the same color "science patrol" over-all's. It looked exactly like every press conference scene from a Godzilla movie.

posted on Aug, 21 2013 @ 11:02 PM
reply to post by TheRedneck

Excellent information, as always my friend.

posted on Aug, 22 2013 @ 01:43 AM

Originally posted by TheRedneck
reply to post by shaneslaughta

Even if it were, we can't do anything about it now. That's why I finally stopped posting in the main thread. Nothing more to do but let the future happen on this, and there are things I can affect to concern myself with.


edit on 8/20/2013 by TheRedneck because: (no reason given)

Originally posted by Mamatus
Despite how serious of an issue Fukushima is the reality is that we can do nothing about it. Live your life and live it well, for it is short, even when it is long.

I know this will kill a ton of people and that I may have a greater chance of getting cancer than not, but again, since there is nothing I can do about it, why worry.

Are you kidding me? Of course there is something you can do about it... Shout out, and protest for no more Nuclear Plants, there is another Nuclear disaster coming up soon, with nearly 450 active N.Plants around the globe, (and 60 more under construction) THERE IS, something to worry about!!
They f@$k our lives, and our childrens lives for what? for some f@$king industries that build plastic sh!t we really don't need, and our energy hungry, stupid economy thats made up anyway.
They play with your lives, without even asking anyone. They are paying goverments to allow them build their cancer plants near our cities. But I suppose you people, don't worry about it?

posted on Aug, 22 2013 @ 02:20 AM
I didn't see this Youtube video posted on here, so take a look. This is the crap that the Japanese 'experts' are telling the people. SMILES will protect you from radiation fallout.

posted on Aug, 22 2013 @ 02:45 AM

Originally posted by Unity_99
Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars

Humanity is the enemy to the elite and they want all the resources for themselves, and maybe a few useful slaves.

1...Radiation atmospheric testing is an act of war on the citizens of this planet. They declared war, and we unable to even comprehend that such a cold and ruthless mind could exist, didn't understand.

2...Nuclear plants were a declaration of war on humanity. Again, we don't comprehend.

3...Flouride, and Poisons are a declaration of war and we're the enemy. Again, we don't comprehend.

4...Coexit, GMO, and all the poisons in everything, HAARP and weather wars, are all declaration of war on the enemy human. We still don't get it.

5....Vaccines, Medical, Biological Warfare are all acts of war.

6...Fukushima, is an all out nuclear war on the citizens of this planet. And its more than enough to do its job unless its stopped. They're just waiting and playing at distractions, crashing economies, harming people here and there for sport and distraction.

Its truly hard to see the forest for the trees and comprehend the extent of pure evil involved and what we have in office, running for office, in media, in corporate seats, and in power behind the scenes.

I'm with unity 99 on this one. They could have done something about he damage years ago, making it not as bad as it is today. Bu they did nothing, and said nothing.

This was already a plan by lucifer and his elite to wipe most of us out.

posted on Aug, 22 2013 @ 03:03 AM
Japan's nuclear agency has upgraded the severity level of a radioactive water leak at the Fukushima plant from one to three on an international scale
INES The International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale with three being a Serious Incident

I am no expert but Three seriously sound ridiculously low, and I would not call this a Serious Incident
I would call this catastrophic
just my opinion

edit on 22-8-2013 by Riouz because: (no reason given)

posted on Aug, 22 2013 @ 03:15 AM

Originally posted by Happy1
reply to post by severdsoul

Fukushima is the end of the world - that's how bad it is.

We can see the fish dying in the Pacific now - it will be completely dead in 5 years. Combine that with the ongoing BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.

Follow the jet stream - Follow the ocean currents.

If TPTB had any kind of responsible bone in their bodies - they would be figuring out how to shut down and neutralize the remaining nuclear power plants before this happens again. Almost all of them are on water ways - they have to be to "cool" the runoff.


Everyone should get themselves sterilized now - you don't want to have babies and watch them die slowly because of this man-made disaster.

And that a@# hole obama is trying to sell his idiot "global warming tax". Kiss my A%^.

for the quote on Obozo! In all seriousness I doubt that this will be an earth changing event. The amount of radioactive material leaking into the Pacific (the worlds largest ocean) is just a drop in the bucket as far as changing the earth is involved. We have tested multiple nuclear weapons in the ocean and yet the world hasn't ended. These metals that are leaking out are heavy and in a short period of time they sink down to the depths. You may not want to eat crabs or lobster caught around Japan anymore but too many people on this site are sensationalizing this incident. Seems like these days everyone wants a world ending event to make their daily life seem happier or more important. Take a bottle of food coloring and go to an Olympic size pool.... then empty the whole thing into it and see what happens.... I will tell you that the pool will not turn the color of your dye...... or take a 55 gallon drum of hydrochloric acid to your nearest lake... dump it in... go swimming the next day.. you will not dissolve. People have to wake up and realize that Earth in and of itself is a living being and that just like we learned in Biology one of the 10 conditions of life is the ability to adapt. The Earth adapts every day and we are lucky to live in such a beautiful place.

posted on Aug, 22 2013 @ 03:41 AM
the incessnt surface testing of nuclear weapons was more harmful. Each explosion released cancer. Only reason it stopped was the randomness if you were it it did not matter how powerful you are

posted on Aug, 22 2013 @ 04:33 AM
reply to post by TheRedneck

I don't know how stable the structures around the plant can be if it's true that up to 1000 tonnes of water are pouring off of the mountain/ridge behind the plant everyday, under and past the storage tanks in which all of this "radioactive" water is being stored, which have already started leaking due to bad manufacturing and then onto, under, around and past the plant itself!! Isn't liquefaction a concern? The whole site could just start moving/surfing its way to the Pacific? I don't know much about this kind of thing so am just asking!
edit on 22/8/13 by wiser3 because: (no reason given)

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