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Old 08-19-2013, 08:58 AM   #1
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(NaturalNews) Japan's nuclear watchdog has now declared the leak of radioactive water from ***ushima a "state of emergency." Each day, 300 tons of radioactive water seeps into the ocean, and it's now clear that TEPCO has engage in a two-and-a-half-year cover-up of immense magnitude.

"I believe it's been leaking into the ocean from the start of the crisis two-and-a-half years ago," disclosed a 12-year TEPCO veteran named Suzuki-san (SOURCE)

"There are still reactor buildings we haven't gotten into yet," said another worker named Fujimoto-san. "So there's always the possibility of another explosion..."

TEPCO workers sprayed with wildly radioactive water while waiting for a bus

Just how out of control is the situation at ***ushima? It's so out of control that TEPCO recently had to admit 10 of its workers were somehow -- yeah, see if you can figure this out -- sprayed with highly radioactive water while waiting for a bus.

"The workers' exposure above the neck was found to be as much as 10 becquerels per square centimeter," reports Bloomberg.com

How exactly did highly radioactive water manage to find its way to a bus stop in the first place? TEPCO isn't sure. It's confusing with all those radiation alarms going off all the time. In order to concentrate, the company has found it's easier to just disable all the alarms and pretend nothing's wrong.

The TEPCO cover-up

To fully grasp the extent of the TEPCO denial, realize that only recently did the company finally admit that radioactive groundwater has been leaking into the ocean. This follows years of stark denials from the company, whose executes have exhibited a remarkable ability to deny reality even when their own workers are dying in droves from cancer.

It's no exaggeration to say that TEPCO's downplaying of the full extent of the ***ushima disaster has put tens of millions of lives at risk -- people who should have been warned about radiation but were denied that information due to the TEPCO cover-up.

"At this current time in July of 2013, ***ushima is 80 to 100x more expansive and more intense -- letting out about 100x more of the radiation of Chernobyl," reports Dr. Simon Atkins Phoenix Rising Radio on a BlogTalkRadio interview.

"The problem with ***ushima is that it's not only continuing for 865 days... I mean, let's wrap our minds around that for a second -- it has been leaking out radiation in increasing volumes for 865 days."

Japan is a society that shuns whistleblowers

Why has TEPCO been able to cover up the truth about ***ushima for so long? Because Japan is a society of mass conformity. The idea of keeping your head down and not "rocking the boat" is deeply embedded in Japanese culture.

Japan is not a nation of "rugged individualism" but of conformist acquiescence.

As a result, whistleblowers are shunned, and there is immense peer pressure to defend the status quo... even when it's a terrible lie. This culture of conformity at all costs is precisely what allows companies like TEPCO to continue operating extremely dangerous nuclear power plants with virtually no accountability.

While Japan has entire museums dedicated to the horrifying history of two Japanese cities being bombed by the United States at the end of World War II, when Japan's own power company is involved in a radiological disaster of similar magnitude, the entire incident gets swept under the rug. Radiation? What radiation? If the government says there's no radiation, then there's no radiation! After all, it's invisible!

Why the U.S. government plays along with the cover-up

The U.S. government, of course, plays along with the charade because its own top weapons manufacturer -- General Electric -- designed and built the ***ushima Daiichi power plant in the first place. And the design decisions made by GE, such as storing spent fuel rods in large pools high above the ground, now look not just incompetent but downright idiotic. It turns out there was never any long-term plan to dispose of the spent fuel rods. The idea was to just let them build up over time until someone else inherited the problem.

So while Japan and the USA play this game of "let's all pretend nothing happened," citizens of both countries continue to be exposed to a relentless wave of deadly radiation that now dwarfs the total radiation release of Chernobyl (which the U.S. media played up in a huge way because the disaster made the Russians look incompetent).

The only reason TEPCO is finally getting around to admitting the truth in all this is because you can't rig all the Geiger counters forever. Radiation follows the laws of physics and atomic decay, not the whims of lying politicians and bureaucrats. As a result, the real story eventually comes out as we're starting to see right now.

The ***ushima disaster is likely to get far worse, if you can believe that

The upshot is that the ***ushima disaster is not only far worse than you've been told; it's very likely going to be worse than you could ever imagine. The radiation leak isn't plugged, in other words, and another explosion -- which many experts believe might be imminent -- would release thousands of times more nuclear material into the open environment.

Ultimately, the entire Northern hemisphere has been placed at risk by a bunch of corporate bureaucrats who thought building a nuclear facility in the path of a sure-to-happen tidal wave was a fantastic idea. Instead of acknowledging the problem and working to fix it like a responsible person would, our world's top politicians and ass-coverers have decided it is in their best short-term interests to play along with the TEPCO fairy tale which ridiculously pretends that radioactive leaks can be controlled by wishful thinking.

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/041610_**...#ixzz2cQYVLtz0
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AMERICANS ARE IN GRAVE DANGER DUE TO RADIATION FROM ***USHIMA



Please folks, listen to this interview. It contains very important information about what is really happening in the US and elsewhere as a result of radiation leaking into the ocean and the air from ***ushima, Japan. The US government is DELIBERATELY LYING to the American people and has raised the radiation limits in food more than 400%. Fish coming from the west coast and Hawaii should be avoided. An 800% increase in stillbirths along the British Columbia coastline in Canada has also been recorded.

Here are a few critical excerpts from this very important interview with Dr. Simon Atkins. Please do listen. It could save your life.
“…[[A]t this current time in July of 2013, ***ushima is 80 to 100x more expansive and more intense – letting out about 100x more of the radiation of Chernobyl. The problem with ***ushima is that it’s not only continuing for 865 days… I mean, let’s wrap our minds around that for a second – it has been leaking out radiation in increasing volumes for 865 days. That’s two years, four months, 12 days to be precise – since 3/11/11. And it’s coming in the air. It’s all over the Pacific. And what we have to do is –we’ve been charting the progress of this – how it’s been affecting stillbirths – and the Canadian government let out some studies saying that it found stillbirths along the British Columbia coastline that are 800% -- year over year – increased since 2011…

Hawaii is one of the states that is receiving most of the ***ushima radiation in the U.S. The other areas are the west coast of Canada… Alaska is third because the jet stream obviously functions right up into the north during the summer months -- and then obviously in succession Oregon, Washington, California and then so forth further eastward, obviously. So, if the ***ushima radiation continues – God forbid – for the next five years – but that scenario is increasingly likely – the cumulative radiation in New York City will be the same in five years as it is today in Crescent City, California…

And the Obama administration, going back to ***ushima, ordered – they ordered the shutdown through the EPA -- the Environmental Protection Agency -- which is one of the most corrupt organizations in the US and world – because they shut down all of the west coast sensor towers for the radiation starting on April 2011. And they have not been functioning since, except for a few periods of time, and all of that information has not been shared through the free information act – which I find is just outrageous , especially when I seem to remember very clearly words from the current administration that they would be “more transparent” -- which has been nothing more than a lie…

Do not – and I repeat with quite urgency – do not eat anything out of the Pacific Ocean at this time. If you are buying fish from the Seattle fish market; if you are buying tuna from a fish store in San Diego; refuse to buy it."
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***ushima apocalypse: Years of ‘duct tape fixes’ could result in ‘millions of deaths’
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Even the tiniest mistake during an operation to extract over 1,300 fuel rods at the crippled ***ushima nuclear power plant in Japan could lead to a series of cascading failures with an apocalyptic outcome, fallout researcher Christina Consolo told RT.

***ushima operator TEPCO wants to extract 400 tons worth of spent fuel rods stored in a pool at the plant’s damaged Reactor No. 4. The removal would have to be done manually from the top store of the damaged building in the radiation-contaminated environment.

In the worst-case scenario, a mishandled rod may go critical, resulting in an above-ground meltdown releasing radioactive fallout with no way to stop it, said Consolo, who is the founder and host of Nuked Radio. But leaving the things as they are is not an option, because statistical risk of a similarly bad outcome increases every day, she said.

RT: How serious is the fuel rod situation compared to the danger of contaminated water build-up which we already know about?

Christina Consolo: Although fuel rod removal happens on a daily basis at the 430+ nuclear sites around the world, it is a very delicate procedure even under the best of circumstances. What makes fuel removal at ***ushima so dangerous and complex is that it will be attempted on a fuel pool whose integrity has been severely compromised. However, it must be attempted as Reactor 4 has the most significant problems structurally, and this pool is on the top floor of the building.

There are numerous other reasons that this will be a dangerous undertaking.

- The racks inside the pool that contain this fuel were damaged by the explosion in the early days of the accident.

- Zirconium cladding which encased the rods burned when water levels dropped, but to what extent the rods have been damaged is not known, and probably won't be until removal is attempted.

- Saltwater cooling has caused corrosion of the pool walls, and probably the fuel rods and racks.

- The building is sinking.

- The cranes that normally lift the fuel were destroyed.

- Computer-guided removal will not be possible; everything will have to be done manually.

- TEPCO cannot attempt this process without humans, which will manage this enormous task while being bombarded with radiation during the extraction and casking.

- The process of removing each rod will have to be repeated over 1,300 times without incident.

- Moving damaged nuclear fuel under such complex conditions could result in a criticality if the rods come into close proximity to one another, which would then set off a chain reaction that cannot be stopped.

What could potentially happen is the contents of the pool could burn and/or explode, and the entire structure sustain further damage or collapse. This chain reaction process could be self-sustaining and go on for a long time. This is the apocalyptic scenario in a nutshell.

The water build-up is an extraordinarily difficult problem in and of itself, and as anyone with a leaky basement knows, water always 'finds a way.’

'Trivial in light of other problems at ***ushima, water situation could culminate in the chain reaction scenario'
At ***ushima, they are dealing with massive amounts of groundwater that flow through the property, and the endless pouring that must be kept up 24/7/365 to keep things from getting worse. Recently there appears to be subsidence issues and liquefaction under the plant.

TEPCO has decided to pump the water out of these buildings. However, pumping water out of the buildings is only going to increase the flow rate and create more of these ground issues around the reactors. An enormous undertaking - but one that needs to be considered for long-term preservation of the integrity of the site - is channelling the water away, like a drain tile installed around the perimeter of a house with a leaky basement, but on an epic scale.

Without this effort, the soils will further deteriorate, structural shift will occur, and subsequently the contents of the pools will shift too.
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What I find difficult to comprehend is two guys that are fearful of climate warming yet when presented with evidence that we are on the verge of a global radiation disaster like the world has never seen they make jokes.

Did you read the part where they have turned off the radiation detectors on the West coast?
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What I find difficult to comprehend is two guys that are fearful of climate warming yet when presented with evidence that we are on the verge of a global radiation disaster like the world has never seen they make jokes.

Did you read the part where they have turned off the radiation detectors on the West coast?
Well, I called the Spitsbergen seed bank to ask them if they would allow me to move my family into their vault and hide out for a few decades with the seeds, but they said no. I guess I could make a lead suit, but it's pretty damn hot.
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What I find difficult to comprehend is two guys that are fearful of climate warming yet when presented with evidence that we are on the verge of a global radiation disaster like the world has never seen they make jokes.
Your sources are too hysterical to take seriously.

Like all your sources.
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Your sources are too hysterical to take seriously.

Like all your sources.

My hope is someday you will figure out that main stream media is controlled by a select group of people that prohibit the real news from seeing the light of day. Thus the endless Kardashian "news"

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My hope is someday you will figure out that main stream media is controlled by a select group of people that prohibit the real news from seeing the light of day. Thus the endless Kardashian "news"

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People are risking their lives and doing everything they can to get control of this thing. What do you suggest we do?

And take one claim in the above source. They claim that stillbirths in BC have gone up 800%. False. They've gone up 133% and that's due to abortions increasing. http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/dis...-late-term-ab/

How much credence should I give the rest of their claims?
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People are risking their lives and doing everything they can to get control of this thing. What do you suggest we do?

And take one claim in the above source. They claim that stillbirths in BC have gone up 800%. False. They've gone up 133% and that's due to abortions increasing. http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/dis...-late-term-ab/

How much credence should I give the rest of their claims?
This should be a global effort not just the responsibility company that has already made many bad discussions both in the construction and maintenance of the facility.

I'll look into the still birth claims and get back to you.
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***ushima Diary - a daily / hourly updating site

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Could the info about this be any more vague and useless?
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Q: How far is the radiation spreading, and how fast does it travel?

The initial gigantic deluge of contaminated water dispersed through the immediate ***ushima coastal area very quickly, according to a 2012 report by the American Nuclear Society. But it takes years for the contamination to spread over a wider area. A mathematical model developed by Changsheng Chen of the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth and Robert Beardsley of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute found that radioactive particles disperse through the ocean differently at different depths. The scientists estimated that in some cases, contaminated seawater could reach the western coast of the United States in as little as five years. Buesseler thinks the process occurs a bit more rapidly, and estimates it might take three years for contamination to reach the U.S. coastline.

Q: What are the potential risks to humans, and who might be affected by the contamination?

This is a murky question, because it’s not that easy to determine whether health problems that may not show up for decades are caused by exposure to radioactive contamination. A report released in February by the World Health Organization, which was based upon estimates of radiation exposure in the immediate wake of the accident, concluded that it probably would cause "somewhat elevated" lifetime cancer rates among the local population. But figuring out the effect of years of exposure to lower levels of radioactive contamination leaking into the ocean is an even more complicated matter.


Minoru Takata, director of the Radiation Biology Center at Kyoto University, told the Wall Street Journal that the radioactive water doesn’t pose an immediate health threat unless a person goes near the damaged reactors. But over the longer term, he’s concerned that the leakage could cause higher rates of cancer in Japan.

Marine scientist Buesseler believes that the leaks pose little threat to Americans, however. Radioactive contamination, he says, quickly is reduced "by many orders of magnitude" after it moves just a few miles from the original source, so that by the time it would reach the U.S. coast, the levels would be extremely low. (See related, “Rare Video: Japan Tsunami.”)

Q: Will seafood be contaminated by the leaks?

As Buesseler’s research has shown, tests of local fish in the ***ushima area still show high enough levels of radiation that the Japanese government won’t allow them to be caught and sold for human consumption—a restriction that is costing Japanese fishermen billions of dollars a year in lost income. (But while flounder, sea bass, and other fish remained banned for radiation risk, in 2012 the Japanese government did begin allowing sales of octopus and whelk, a type of marine snail, after tests showed no detectable amount of cesium contamination.)

Buesseler thinks the risk is mostly confined to local fish that dwell mostly at the sea bottom, where radioactive material settles. He says bigger fish that range over long distances in the ocean quickly lose whatever cesium contamination they’ve picked up. However, the higher concentration of strontium-90 that is now in the outflow poses a trickier problem, because it is a bone-seeking isotope. "Cesium is like salt—it goes in and out of your body quickly," he explains. "Strontium gets into your bones." While he’s still not too concerned that fish caught off the U.S. coast will be affected, "strontium changes the equation for Japanese fisheries, as to when their fish will be safe to eat." (See related blog, “Safety Question on ***ushima Anniversary: Should Plants of the Same Design Have Filtered Vents?”)

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Lots more fluff. How many bequerels of radioactivity/volume? Which radioisotopes/decay products/radiation type? The answers to those questions (and other basic details) are what determine the actual severity of this issue.

Saying it's contaminated water with those details tells us exactly bupkis.
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Lots more fluff. How many bequerels of radioactivity/volume? Which radioisotopes/decay products/radiation type? The answers to those questions (and other basic details) are what determine the actual severity of this issue.

Saying it's contaminated water with those details tells us exactly bupkis.
On the source link, it does give some of that information.
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On the source link, it does give some of that information.
Ahh yep. No real significant change overall. Not even remotely enough radiation leakage to cause problems unless you are near the plant.

The oceans are a massive sinc for dilution of the leak. Sure sucks for areas near the plant, but not a worldwide catastro**** like Baja hopes it will be.

Anf of course, had we replaced this gen 1 plants decades ago as originally planned and/or actually did fuel reprocessing, this would not have been an issue at all. Instead we are driving model-t's decades past their expected lifetime and then blaming the engineers. Oh, and instead of burning all the gas, we just keep adding more gas tanks once we burn a couple cups from the last 20 gallon tank.
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Ahh yep. No real significant change overall. Not even remotely enough radiation leakage to cause problems unless you are near the plant.

The oceans are a massive sinc for dilution of the leak. Sure sucks for areas near the plant, but not a worldwide catastro**** like Baja hopes it will be.

Anf of course, had we replaced this gen 1 plants decades ago as originally planned and/or actually did fuel reprocessing, this would not have been an issue at all. Instead we are driving model-t's decades past their expected lifetime and then blaming the engineers. Oh, and instead of burning all the gas, we just keep adding more gas tanks once we burn a couple cups from the last 20 gallon tank.

Why would you say such a thing? Are you another paid government disinformation minister?
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Why would you say such a thing? Are you another paid government disinformation minister?
I think it's time to get your tinfoil hat adjusted again.
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Feydakin is a typical brainwashed dumbed down American.

Walking around like a zombie...

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Japan's nuclear crisis deepens, China expresses 'shock'


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The frightening part is they are so confidently smug in what they think they know.



...but history is full of stories of the general population ridiculing what later turns out to be widely accepted as truth.

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Says the moron who doesn't even attempt to understand the basic math and science behind the idiotic math and science based claims that he makes.

That's just rich!
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