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Remembering the Tohoku Earthquake & Fukushima Tsunami Of 2011

Remembering the Tohoku Earthquake & Fukushima Tsunami Of 2011

Electromagnetic Radiation

An EMF detector shows the dangerous health risks present in your everyday life. That includes Microwave ovens, Laptop computers, Cell Phones, Refrigerators and solutions on how to avoid them.
See the full blog and other health related videos at www.TheArtofUnity.com

Fukushima Radioactive Water Prank

This is funny and sad at the same time.

Recent Alarm About Fukushima #3 Reactor

fukushima #3 explosionIn the past few weeks a number of alarming stories about Fukushima have made their way onto Facebook and several blogs. Among the points brought forth, are:

  • Starfish dying a death by melting in massive numbers, attributed to radiation from Fukushima
  • Steam from Reactor #3 (Reported as if a new occurrence, and therefore as a cause for alarm for the west coast of the USA)
  • Radiation hot spots measured along the west coast of the USA.
  • Russia’s Ministry of Defense elevating Fukushima to critical status.
  • Underground explosions (Indicating subterranean criticality)
  • The lawsuit filed by 70 U.S. sailors from the U.S.S. Ronald Reagan against TEPCO for misreporting radioactivity levels.

After gathering information and vetting sources, we have reached several conclusions. (Caveat – due to misreporting there may be missing data):

Regarding the starfish dieoff: This appears to be a consequence of a combination of a number of factors. Although it appears that the marine fauna populations began to shift significantly in spring 2011 (coincidental with the Fukushima Daiichi disaster) the time lags involved would tend to rule out the Fukushima disaster as a cause. Much more likely causes are continuing levels of pollution and long-term changes in carbon and oxygen levels in the ocean as well as a trend towards acidification.  Biological diversity is significantly lower. 

Regarding steam from Reactor #3: This is nothing new. It has been happening since July of 2013 (due to coolant water leaks) and is simply visible due to colder weather, according to expert Arnie Gunderson. 

Regarding hot spots on the west coast: This is true, but not particularly sourced from Fukushima. More people are using Geiger counters, and so previously unnoticed elevated background radiation levels are being detected. However, this begs the question, “Where IS it coming from?” The fact is that concerns over Fukushima are having the secondary impact of raising awareness of the pre-existing radiological legacy of atomic testing and current nuclear power plant releases. (The long half-life isotopes from the previous century faded from the news, but not from the environment). 

Regarding Russia’s Ministry of Defense elevating Fukushima to critical status: No basis in fact.

Regarding Underground Explosions (Indicating subterranean criticality): False. (Several things to keep in mind, however):

  • According to Haruo Uehara, designer of the Fukushima plant, reactor #3 is a China Syndrome in progress. Although not forthcoming regarding whether or not containment has been breached, he has raised concerns about what some term “hydrovolcanic explosions.”
  • Although unknown at this time, if containment has indeed been breached and corium is melting through the earth, interaction with the water table would likely result in geyser-like behavior, where water cools the corium to a crust at the same time it becomes steam. Both process will then tend to cycle and create periodic eruptions of water and steam.
  • It is possible that one or all the stricken reactors are potentially experiencing a “China Syndrome” and that the corium is following the ancient streambed upon which the facilities were built and is working its way out to the ocean. (Via Radchick). 

Regarding the Lawsuit being filed against TEPCO buy the sailors of the U.S.S. Ronald Reagan: This is true. The original filing was dismissed due to technicalities and is being refiled presently. It is hoped that facts will necessarily be brought to light which will avail the average citizen of the truth of the situation. The case may also set a precedent whereby U.S. nuclear power companies may be sued for cover-ups of health impacts from their operations. 

Media Outlets Agree Incompetent Tepco Should Not Manage Fuel Cleanup & Removal

Sent by Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network Director Kimberly Roberson

Subject: Today’s Fukushima News: Concern about Tepco and Spent Fuel Pond

Today’s Google coverage of Fukushima News shows a growing number of major media outlets picking up on the concern that Tepco should be removed from its control over cleanup and removal of spent fuel.


Tepco, the company behind the Fukushima nuclear plant, may be broken up more than two years on from the nuclear disaster. Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports 
The Guardian

The operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant should be stripped of responsibility for decommissioning the wrecked facility, according to Japan’s 
ABC Online

Within days, Fukushima nuclear plant operators will begin what is being described as the most dangerous phase of the decommissioning process so far.
BBC News

The operator of Japan’s stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant should be broken up, a committee is set to propose according to unnamed sources. The ruling 

The operator of Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear plant on Thursday logged a first-half net profit with its results boosted by a government bailout and electricity 
大发体育Santa Barbara Independent

I know that large quantities of radioactive material are in a precariously unstable situation in the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility. An inability to effectively keep 

Sand commented by e-mail yesterday about the leaking of waste into the sea following the Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power station disaster in April 2011:.

Japan’s government must take a bigger hand in cleaning up Fukushima and that may involve breaking up Tokyo Electric Power Co. (9501), the operator of the 
Energy Live News

The owner of the Fukushima nuclear plant TEPCO has been blocked from restarting reactors at another plant by Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA) 

In August this column ran a piece claiming that the Pacific Ocean was being poisoned by radioactive material escaping from Fukushima, two years after the 

Source: Roger Herried
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