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Japan declares 'nuclear emergency' after quake - PART 2

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posted on Aug, 25 2015 @ 12:34 AM
a reply to: thorfourwinds

the people in the nuclear industry/military industrial supply occupations really have not learned the lesson about how the way humans are.

tech should have taught them , in this day and age by this time , that we are collective more than dissentive, when we realize this thanks to active collectivism as irrepressible social media

Perhaps we should all personally thank the people in the IAEA, and NRC for the outstanding efforts they have put forth in this crisis to:
limit public data

obfuscate true dangers for as many years as that language did not make them look doubling dealing.

destroy the balance of largest independent Eco-system on the planet ( PAcific ocean ) from these actions...

..and get paychecks the whole time....

people respect that right?

posted on Aug, 25 2015 @ 02:33 AM
I am old enough to remember the demonstrations against Nuclear Power. It was all flower power and I swear most of the demonstrators were high on grass. A few even had degrees and doctorates.

Fast forward around 50 years and time has shown that these demonstrators were right on two fronts. Grass was not the devil it was made out to be and Nuclear Energy was not the savior it was made out to be.

Grass is being legalised across the US and the doom of Nuclear Power hangs like an atomic cloud above our heads.

History repeats itself. The same industry that painted Nuclear Power as all nice and made from sugar and spice and fluffy ducks based its politicking on lies and deception. And they still do.

Japan has had to control its media like a dictatorial regime to keep a lid on the truth because it threatens a huge industry. The US Nuclear Industry is either silent or continues the deception.

The problem that we are faced with now, is that the truth will take a long time to surface.

But, and this is a huge but, the West Coast of the US is home to many Nuclear Reactors and these sit on the ring of fire and when Mother Nature decides to show off .... we will have the ugly truth right in front of us, killing millions ... and then the blame game will start.

It will be far to late by then.

So whom do we blame?

Mums and dads and ordinary folk, too lazy to look at the truth. Too caught up in trivia like honey boo boo and such drivel. Too complacent to get off their fat butts and take action.

Well, we could be looking at an end to modern society. We will have to rebuild from the poisonous ashes .... but will we still be human ... or will our genetics be altered by radiation such that we will be largely mutants.

Then all of the lazy folk will start to point fingers, but never at themselves, that is not in their makeup.

There is no answer to Fukashima. It should be a huge wake-up call. But no, hit snooze and turn over.


posted on Aug, 25 2015 @ 11:14 AM
Here is our take on the West Coast reactors.

posted on Aug, 25 2015 @ 08:12 PM
a reply to: pheonix358

..whom to blame...well all of us to some degree, but more importantly ...


I would say the people lying the most or the loudest first, like this guy:

,whom has almost single handedly destroyed the credibility of PBS ( the 'public' broadcasting system ) , earning them , without a doubt the nick of the "petroleum" broadcasting system ( as they are clearly not doing science education with this " oh I use a bunch a famous scientists name drops as supportive of radiation , but totally forget to mention that most of them, died of radiation poisoning or cancer , or opposed the use of nuclear materials. seriously to use names like Curie and Oppenheimer without mentioning how curie died , or How Oppenhiemer's opposition to nuclear 'engineering' being used for weapons or power, something "dr"(pbs' lovetarrd) radiation dingus , also fails to mention along with the socialist stigma thing that got Oppenheimer blackballed ( unemployable for years in the nuclear physics field even though he was one of it's most noted inventors ))

simply sickening...

even worse is Pbs suppoting '"dr"(pbs' lovetarrd) radiation 'dingus'' in blocking Dana Durnford's Youtube (Claiming copyright infringement ) When DAna simply blew DR dingus away by exposing the gross injustice to science this asshat ( short for corporate asset ) is .

you know in the blame game the real center is the manufacturers of disaster tomorrow profit (power) today types , but the disinformation pushers( you know like those #ty 'drug' dealers that think that gold teeth, gold accents and 22's on the on the Cadillac, and a smug superior ( totally ghetto ) attitude, are a good idea , make themselves one of the first selling points when considering where and when pitchfork and torch parties should be held.

Well the us has the west coast reactor issues (because san andreas fault is a good place to build a time sensitive and rather fragile ( geologically speaking ) package , erm...right?...let's ask the people 100 years from now , but my guess is that the answer will not be yes as reactors are failing far faster than 100 years ( the average now being at one MAJOR FAILURE every decade).

Also consider Europe; Germany is off the nuker heroin, but france has , what?, 22 reactors poised to poison all of europe and's only a matter of time,


posted on Aug, 25 2015 @ 10:03 PM

originally posted by: thorfourwinds
Here is our take on the West Coast reactors.

Thanks. Scary stuff indeed!

What bothers me is two things.

The incredible time it takes for the waste to become safe. We are tying a mill stone around future generations.

The other is that these Nuclear Power plants are just sitting there, waiting for a war to erupt.

As an example, North Korea has truckloads of conventional medium range missiles, all capable of striking Japan. In themselves, they cannot do terribly much damage even considering the thousands that North Korea has.

But just imagine the scenario should North Korea target the Nuclear Reactors in Japan. The desolation would be extreme! All it takes is one idiot now or in the future to decide to target these facilities.

A submarine closes on the US West Coast and fires a few missiles from a position just off-shore aimed at just a few reactors.....

It is pure insanity to run Reactors when any misstep by man or mother nature can drop the hammer of doom on so many heads, both now and in the future.

That was a great thread and I thank you for all of the hard work that went into it. It is a credit to your solid devotion to try and wake up the public to the risks to our species.


posted on Aug, 25 2015 @ 10:14 PM
a reply to: pheonix358

Thank you.

Notice the date:

I am starting writing this Friday, 8:00 PM EST 11 March 2011.

At least since then, we have shut down San Onofre.

We have a long way to go in a truncating timeline.

Thank you for all you do.

With great respect,
Peace Light Love

edit on 25/8/2015 by thorfourwinds because: ttyyppooss

posted on Aug, 26 2015 @ 10:01 AM

originally posted by: thorfourwinds
At least since then, we have shut down San Onofre.

Good one TFW.

The problem of course for San Onofre, Humboldt and Rancho Seco is that even after being shut down all spent fuel is still onsite in canisters that are designed to last 100 years when in truth they look like they need replacing every 20 years. Similar storage techniques in other sites have shown, especially if close to ocean salt air, corrosion eats through these canisters quicker than thought.

If the spent fuel at either of the two big plants, San Onofre or Rancho Seco, goes critical its game over for California, no different than Diablo going south.

posted on Aug, 26 2015 @ 10:10 AM
Typhoon Goni hit Sendai head on with strong winds and up to ten inches of rain yesterday. Today a 5.5 EQ hits not far away and the volcano is still showing signs of erupting. No word on the power plant.

Restarting Sendai is like playing a new game called Japanese roulette.

posted on Aug, 26 2015 @ 10:21 AM
link The plume is beginning to come onshore. Actually, given that very little testing is taking place, it probably came ashore up here in NorCal awhile ago. From ENE this AM.

The sample was taken just over a mile off the coast of Del Mar, CA – located about 15 miles north of San Diego and 100 miles south of Los Angeles. The only other location Woods Hole has reported detecting nuclear waste from Fukushima Daiichi along the shoreline of North America is in Ucluelet, Canada about 1,200 miles to the north of Del Mar.

7.2 becquerels per cubic meter of Cesium-134 and Cesium-137 was measured in a Ucluelet sample taken in February 2015. The Del Mar sample had 8.4 Bq/m3.

Results for other Fukushima Daiichi-derived radionuclides were not posted. According to media reports, “The plume also contains other radioactive material, including Strontium 90… radioactive isotopes of iodine, low levels of plutonium and tritium might be in the plume.”

According to Woods Hole scientist Ken Buesseler, “As the plume begins to arrive along the West Coast [it] will actually increase in concentration… no public agency in the US is monitoring the activities in the Pacific… Without careful, extensive, consistent monitoring, we’ll have no way of knowing how much radiation from Fukushima is reaching our shores, and how it could affect life in the ocean.”

posted on Aug, 26 2015 @ 08:19 PM
a reply to: zworld

“The plume also contains other radioactive material, including Strontium 90… radioactive isotopes of iodine, low levels of plutonium and tritium might be in the plume"

Full stop!

Isn't this a telltale of recent fission due to it's extremely short half life?

How'd this make it across the Pacific?


Tracked down the source:

The plume also contains other radioactive material, including Strontium 90 at a far, far lower level than was released into the atmosphere during the nuclear bomb testing up until the 1960s. As well, radioactive isotopes of iodine, low levels of plutonium and tritium (hydrogen 3) might be in the plume.

While release rates of radioactive material peaked shortly after the Fukushima disaster, and they have been dropping off since, there is no sign the release is going to stop, Dr. Cullen said.

He said he thinks there needs to be more monitoring, especially since the radioactive discharge will continue.

Dr. Cullen is in the process of trying to build a network along the coast to measure the incoming radiation. He'd like to see if any Haida Gwaii residents are interested.

Scientist wants samples from islanders for testing for radioactivity

So it hasn't been detected specifically.
edit on 26-8-2015 by jadedANDcynical because: found sauce

posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 09:34 AM
a reply to: jadedANDcynical

Good eye JC. Thanks for clearing that up.

ON EDIT: And then I open up the Diary and find this. More findings of I-131 in sludge. Very strange. Maybe they will find I-131 in the west coast plume after all. Fission must be occurring somewhere. From this AM at the Diary.
I-131 detected from dehydrated sludge of sewage plant in Gunma

According to Gunma prefectural government, 24 Bq/Kg of I-131 was detected from dehydrated sludge of a sewage plant.
From their monthly report published on 8/7/2015, the sample was collected from 7/27 to 7/29/2015. The sewage plant is situated beside Tonegawa River.
edit on 27-8-2015 by zworld because: (no reason given)

posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 10:01 AM
Lets see them spin this one. The condition killing the seals is closely related to Solid tumors and blood cancers (particularly acute promyelocytic leukemia). If the seals are found to have the AML type leukemia then Fukushima will be the prime suspect one might assume.

From ENE.

Of the 46 recently weaned northern elephant seals deaths reported by the San Francisco Bay Area’s Marine Mammal Center between April 20 and August 1 of this year, Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation was listed as a cause of death in 16 — over 1/3 of the total.


Acute promyelocytic leukemia is a subtype of acute myelogenous leukemia (AML), a cancer of the white blood cells. According to Wikipedia, “ionizing radiation exposure can increase the risk of AML. Survivors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki had an increased rate of AML, as did radiologists exposed to high levels of X-rays”

posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 12:31 PM
a reply to: zworld

Ok, so the I-131 referenced in the ENEnews post is only potential, but what is referenced by fukushima-diary is actual and measured.

This is an indication that, recently, there has been fission of sufficient amounts and duration to produce this amount of I-131 that has, and is(?), continuing to be detected.

Interesting how the facts that are published go directly against the words being used by TurdCo and JapGov to describe the situation at Fukushima Daiichi.

Alice: But I don't want to go among mad people.
The Cat: Oh, you can't help that. We're all mad here. I'm mad. You're mad.
Alice: How do you know I'm mad?
The Cat: You must be. Or you wouldn't have come here.

We fell (or is more likely the case, were stuffed) through the rabbit hole so long ago that any semblance of reality has long since lost all meaning and only insanity is regarded as 'normal.'

posted on Aug, 28 2015 @ 01:56 PM

As usual, our friend Kevin has no problem telling the world he was right, again.

Fukushima breaking news; GOLD HEADED TO $ 558 SOON; HOUSING BUBBLE 2.0 ON BALCO - YouTube

posted on Aug, 29 2015 @ 07:22 PM

Fukushima Gives Seals Leukemia, Mutates Trees & "Rebuilding" Update 8/28/15 - YouTube

Published on Aug 28, 2015
You've Got to see this…
UnFukushima Believable...

Cleanup Starts in Fukushima's Restricted Zone - Aug. 28, 2015 SO THEY CAN MOVE BACK AND REBUILD!

Full-scale decontamination work has begun in one of the areas in Fukushima Prefecture that received the highest doses of radioactive fallout from the 2011 nuclear accident.

About 30 workers gathered at an elementary school in the town of Okuma on Friday. They used heavy machinery to remove top soil from the playground.

Okuma partly hosts the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. The government has determined that some parts of the town will remain restricted areas where people will not live for an extended time.

In these restricted zones, decontamination work had only been carried out on an experimental basis.

But at the request of town officials, the Environment Ministry decided to launch full-scale cleanup work targeting a district where there are a lot of schools and public facilities.

The ministry plans to finish decontaminating the roughly 95-hectare area by next March.

Similar restricted zones exist in 6 other municipalities in Fukushima.

Ministry officials plan to decide whether to start decontaminating them after checking their radiation levels and the wishes of the residents.


"Abnormalities" Found in Fir Trees Near Fukushima Plant- Aug. 28, 2015

Japan's Environment Ministry has found abnormalities in fir trees near the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

The ministry has been observing about 80 species of wild animals and trees near the plant since 2011, when Japan suffered its worst nuclear accident.

At the request of the ministry, the National Institute of Radiological Sciences analyzed fir trees in areas where radiation levels are relatively high and published the results on Friday.

The results show that Japanese fir populations in the area showed a significantly increased number of morphological defects, including deletions of leader shoots of the main branch axis.

The study shows that 98 percent of fir trees in a 3.5-kilometer area from the damaged plant have defects. The radiation dose in the area is about 34 microsieverts per hour.

The results also show that 44 percent of fir trees have defects in an 8.5-kilometer zone with 20 microsieverts of radiation, and 27 percent in a 15-kilometer zone with 7 microsieverts of radiation.

BULLSH1T WARNING: The Environment Ministry says no abnormality has so far been confirmed in other animals and trees. are just a few


Many baby seals dying of leukemia-linked disorder along California coast — Blamed for over 1/3 of recent deaths at San Francisco Bay rescue center (CHART)


I missed the fisherman story MissingSky101 has here: Fukushima Propaganda News 8/28/15: Decontamination for Dummies; Tepco Bribes Fukushima Fishermen


Local govts allowing nuclear waste to be dumped near small Texas town – report A new report has found that large quantities of nuclear waste from power plants are being dumped into a remote desert town located in Texas, potentially impacting water flowing into one of the biggest aquifers in America


Sendai Nuclear Plant Resumes Output Increase IN SPITE OF LEAKS AND CRACKS in Cooling Pipes! Aug. 27, 2015

The operator of Japan's only restarted nuclear power plant has resumed increasing power output one week after equipment trouble forced it to suspend the ramp-up.

Kyushu Electric Power Company suspended the output increase last Thursday after a problem was found with one of the No. 1 reactor's condensers at the Sendai plant in Kagoshima Prefecture in southwestern Japan.

The utility said seawater leaked from damaged intake pipes into the condenser. The company stopped increasing the output while it inspected the equipment and fixed the problem.

The utility had restarted the reactor just 9 days earlier, on August 11th. It was generating power at 75 percent of capacity at the time of the suspension.

The condenser turns steam that drives the turbine back into water. Neither the steam nor the water is radioactive.

The utility said on Thursday that it had completed its inspections and fixed the problem by the previous day, and that nothing else amiss had been found. The company started increasing energy output again in the morning, and it had reached 95 percent by the evening.

However, the utility might miss its target to go back into commercial operation by early September.

posted on Aug, 30 2015 @ 05:57 AM
No Data for a Week...

From August 24, 2015 to today...

Leaked Water near South Discharge Cannel on Unit 1-4 side

Seawater near Port Entrance
(Measurement by Radiation Monitor)

Any explanation?

- Purple Chive

posted on Aug, 30 2015 @ 03:41 PM
a reply to: Purplechive

They say that they have moved that testing site further away, now 1 km from the plant, on the 26th. Don't know why they haven't been posting data though. The other thing I don't understand is why the detection limit keeps on changing for the earlier results that they have posted. Typical TEPCO confusion.

posted on Aug, 30 2015 @ 10:20 PM

Dr Ian Fairlie, radiation biology expert educated at Princeton Univ. who has worked for the UK government and European Parliament

Aug 2015 (emphasis added):

… the human toll from Fukushima is horrendous: 2,000 Japanese people have died from the evacuations and another 5,000 are expected to die from future cancers…

Recently, Dr Alfred Körblein from Nuremburg in Germany noticed a 15% drop (statistically speaking, highly significant) in the numbers of live births in Fukushima Prefecture in December 2011…

He also observed a (statistically significant) 20% increase in the infant mortality rate in 2012…

The official widely-observed policy is that small amounts of radiation are harmless: scientifically speaking this is untenable…the Japanese Government is  attempting to increase the public limit for radiation in Japan from 1 mSv to 20 mSv per year…

This is not only unscientific, it is also unconscionable…

In sum, the health toll from the Fukushima nuclear disaster is horrendous…

The Fukushima accident is still not over and its ill-effects will linger for a long time into the future. However we can say now that the nuclear disaster at Fukushima delivered a huge blow to Japan and its people…

It is impossible not to be moved by the scale of Fukushima’s toll in terms of deaths, suicides, mental ill-health and human suffering. Fukushima’s effect on Japan is similar to Chernobyl’s massive blow…

posted on Sep, 1 2015 @ 03:31 PM

originally posted by: jadedANDcynical

This is an indication that, recently, there has been fission of sufficient amounts and duration to produce this amount of I-131 that has, and is(?), continuing to be detected.

Plus the Xenon 135 that keeps showing up and the seemingly ever greater amounts of cesium which would be decreasing if there was no more fission.

Of course if we ask TEPKILL theyll just say that there is great confusion and no radiation from plant and everything fine.

posted on Sep, 1 2015 @ 10:49 PM
Natural Life on Earth , all of it, is a sequence of of operations that are all interconnected and interdependent at the most primary levels;

watch Doug Tallamy ( ) explain ecosystem substantiation in the human world 'habitat' that exists and then add even moderate radiation increase to any one zone ( let alone the entire northern hemisphere )

It means that fuku is not just the "SILENT" disaster but also the last one for mankind as we know it, and almost all other species , as corporate / financial concentration has placed individuals with insane amounts of financial clout in a position where they consider the basic elements of the biosphere as "manageable assets" , and a 'race to the bottom' is currently in play for the effect of reducing or eliminating 'environmental ' variables so that maximum control can be established.

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