“Never heard of so much sickness & death in such a short period” says Fukushima evacuee — Writes about strange diseases in young people, deadly tumors and hemorrhages, pets missing hair, child losing all their fingernails, polydactyl baby — Doctor: My friends are dying of cancer, one after another

Published: October 21st, 2014 at 2:26 pm ET
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Excerpts from message by a Fukushima evacuee, translated by World Network for Saving Children from Radiation, Oct. 15, 2014: Mrs. Junko Honda… was a successful beauty salon owner who ran two salons… She recently [compiled the] unusual symptoms that she had heard about over the past three years… whose veracity she has been able to ascertain.

“I had never heard of so much sickness and death in such a short period of time” -Honda

Babies, Children, Young Adults
Sep ’11: Child… had nosebleeds very often… many others at school who had nose bleeding
Jun ’12: Child had headaches and nausea since the accident
Apr ’13: Friend of an evacuee gave birth to a polydactyl child [birth defect, extra fingers/toes]
Jul ’13: Younger friend of an evacuee… got ill with cancer
Mar ’14: Relative [in] middle school… got ill with rheumatism [and] medicine doesn’t work

Lymph, Thymus, Thyroid Gland Problems
Apr ’11: I felt strange feeling in my lymph nodes… salon staff also felt the same
Sep ’11: My friend’s father died with a tumor in the lymph glands
Sep ’11: Gynecologist mentioned there was an increase of lymph tumors
Jan ’13: Child of an evacuee [had] unsubsidized thyroid exam… thymus gland was swollen
Jan ’13: Several children… from Fukushima [also diagnosed with swollen] thymus gland
Sep ’13: Child of an evacuee had an unsubsidized thyroid examination… they found many cysts
Oct ’13: Friend, an evacuee age 35, developed thyroid cancer
Mar ’14: Friend of an evacuee, in her 30s, had thyroid surgery

Unusual Skin, Hair, Nail Problems
Apr ’11: Hair of our pets [dog & cat] become uneven because of hair loss to an unusual degree
Apr ’11: Reddish eczema on my daughter’s face [which] stayed until we evacuated
Sep ’11: Hairdresser friend and her sister have suffered dermatologic eczema since the accident
Jun ’12: [Child's mother] experienced hair loss and… had sparser hair
Jun ’12: All the fingernails of a child evacuee from Sugakawa fell off after the accident

Adults Under Retirement Age
Sep ’11: Customer in her 40s got ill with a disease that cannot renew blood
Sep ’11: Woman in her 30s died from cardiac arrest
Aug ’12: My relative died suddenly of subarachnoid hemorrhage… in his 30s
Dec ’12: Resident in his 30s developed a tumor
Dec ’12: Resident in her 40s developed a tumor and died
Jan ’13: Doctor [said] his friends have been dying with cancer one after another
Mar ’13: Man in his 30s died suddenly
Mar ’13: 5 customers… had funerals of close family in very short period… 3 were in their 50s
Oct ’13: Male friend who was doing decontamination work died suddenly

See Video: ‘Hell of Fukushima in the immediate vicinity of the children’ (only in Japanese)

Published: October 21st, 2014 at 2:26 pm ET
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  • Dick Shenary

    In Allison M. McFarlane's mind she has accomplished miracles and is now returning to academia. See press release. My question is does anyone notice anything different with the NRC? Is what we currently have the result of her having been there? The NRC is still the watchdog for the industry. She has indeed heightened attention to the back end if the fuel cycle much to the embarrassment of the NRC itself. I attended several of these "reaching out to hear the public" meetings and I am sure they would like to reach out as little as possible. Perhaps, academia will sharpen her mind again.


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  • Dick Shenary

    make that of the fuel cycle…


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  • Daisy207

    Just went to NHampshire to look at new Acuras – no dealers in Maine. Sorry my geiger counter wasn't going off scale but was clearly above background and in a range I didn't want to deal with. I can't read alpha but it can pick up beta and gamma and it was clearly clicking away. No buyee car today. I'll fix up the 2001 model with 100K + Miles.


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  • NRC head is jumping the sinking ship.

    Apparently she couldn't stand being responsible (on her watch) that suddenly approve Yucca mountain.

    http://online.wsj.com/articles/nrc-chairwoman-allison-macfarlane-to-leave-agency-1413929095


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  • WesternKyMan

    All the posts and all the arguments and all the links will never ever change one simple undeniable fact:

    Time is on my side… not theirs. Time will reveal the truth, it always does. Might be 10 years from now, might be 20,50 or 100. But time will eventually show what long term effects the radiation from the Fukushima Dai-ichi disaster has on people, plants and animals.

    I can be very very patient because time is on my side.

    Time scares the nuclear power industry…it's the one thing they can't buy or influence no matter how hard they try.


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  • WesternKyMan

    Tick Tock goes the clock and the nuclear power industry can never stop it from advancing.


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    • VanneV VanneV

      But the world could stop the nuclear industry completely right now. Time is not on our side. What good is it to be right if everyone is dead.

      Please stop your propaganda. There is no reason to be complacent unless you have no pity for the children and the ducks.


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      • WesternKyMan

        I feel honored to have my very own paranoid delusional stalker.

        It's a warm fuzzy.


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        • WesternKyMan

          VanneV is the perfect reason why I seldom post here anymore.

          I will stay on the AboveTopSecret.com Japan forum that is at least moderated.

          VanneV would last about 2-3 posts before she would be permanently banned on ATS. There is a lot to be said about moderation.

          At least on ATS we don't have to endure crap like MBP, because the moderators there have problem removing posts or banning people to continually stoop to personal attacks or trying to derail topics of discussion.

          Get some help VanneV… you desperately need it.


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        • WKM that is uncalled for, I thought the JD facility was in Tennessee, lol


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          • WesternKyMan

            Sorry Stock.. but I dont see how my ost could possibly be construed as propaganda… I was just stating the way I feel and why I no longer respond to posts like MBP and whatnot.

            I have no hidden agenda's, but obviously my concern about Fukushima is not quite as high as some peoples who post here, and that somehow makes me a target.

            Fukushima is a clusterfuck, but it is not the end of the world, far from it. I personally think that needless fear mongering does more harm than it does good and some people on here need to tone it down a little.

            Again, that's why I prefer to post on a site that is moderated. Everybody has a right to their opinion, but at least on ATS you had better be prepared to defend anything you post because they will eat you alive for posting unverifiable nonsense or needless fear mongering.

            Someone who posts just like MBP starting posting on ATS and lasted exactly one day before they stop posting because people called them out repeatedly for the banana crap and you get more radiation from an airplane trip blah blah blah.

            Enenews could use some active moderation in the direction some of these comments go and the personal sniping that has become the norm here. That goes both ways.. both pro-nuke and anti-nuke are equally guilty of taking discussions off topic and into personal territory.

            I did it myself in the post above because VanneV has some sort of holier than thou complex and desperately needs to take a chill pill.


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            • Oh I thought you were saying anne was your "troll"

              TRoll is accomplishing his task to get everyone aggrevated, and then they slide in the aunavoz old troll. We are being played, but at same time it is bringing lots of lurkers out of the woodwork.

              I agree, ENE should have more active mod, other sites I have been on promoted a few regulars to mod power. Seemed to work.


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        • StarMouse StarMouse

          But KyMan look, your right about time, it will show everyone I think, as it always does. But what if we can shave off the time that the earth suffers and instead of waiting for them to feel the pain we try to reach out for our children n the world we live in. What is wrong with that idea? Fukushima sickened many n many more to hear about. We all are sucking it in on this earth you must agree that something must be done and now!


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  • Dick Shenary

    stock – I think the battle over Yucca Mt. is not over, just like last time.


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  • Let me repeat the obvious.

    1900 cancer rate 3%

    Today 50% to 66%

    1900 nuclear rate 0%, radiation blows up cells, cuts DNA in half or 3 pieces, the double breaks are the worst. The double double breakst that get repaired wrong are horrible.


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  • I am working on an inside project, US mil and DOE data from Fuku.

    Astoungind levels of alpha radiation, aka Plutonium. If it was just run of the mill Alpha, it would be 3000mSv a year rate.

    Pu's w(r), aka danger multiplier is 113,000

    will advise when this can be published. They didn't get proper Alpha detection until around March 26. So it was much much higher at the peak. There is a series of measurements, dozens, not just one or two.


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  • Limerick Time

    Limerick nUkE got a reprieve
    Escaping death for profits they seize
    The capture of N.R.C.
    Provides all free fuel fleas
    NukE Trolls are such fucking sleaze

    stock out


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  • Dick Shenary

    With the passage of time one thing is becoming clear. Reactors may not be the source of greatest danger at NPPs. Spent fuel pools contain many times the nuclear fuel tonnage of reactors and there is no containment vessel. Spent fuel pools require constant water cooling just like reactors. Isn't it time to demand that the government and industry build much better facilities for spent fuel pools? San Onfre may have ceased producing electricity, but the danger did not leave. It has been estimated that a catastrophic spent fuel fire would kill all life within a 10 mile radius. This situation cannot be tolerated indefinitely. If we the rate payers must pay for this, let us get on with it.


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  • pepperland pepperland

    A new doco on Fuku from Journeyman Pictures just came out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9HH_iYAn5Y&list=PLlGSlkijht5iXbPX7d_oTP47c9C3kArQ0…….(17:26) They were reporting from fuku 20 km nogozone this October. Usually very good reporting from these Aussies…..they fail on this one. Never mentioning that 3 reactors are in continuous unstoppable meltdown is irresponsible.


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    • MAN MADE MULBERRY BUSH

      One thing that did come out was the French scientists noted that cesium 137 accumulates the further down from the initial contamination into river systems that usually end up in the sea. The Japanese government already knew this because they banned fishing in said rivers.

      I liked the bit about monitoring, that was interesting, as long as it stays out of scientific traitors hands and remains independent.

      Nothing worse than those paid government agencies that are just snitchers for corporation overlords. Yes MBP there is no "B" in snitchers.


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  • Alan Reid Alan Reid

    And may i please render apologies to all for my blatant promotion of my Charity… Sorry but the Bott pissed me off.

    Vote Qimby!


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  • The Bot Infestation
    Bot infections continued in prevalence, with a host infected by a bot every 24 hours. In 2013, at least one bot was detected in 73% of our surveyed organizations, an increase from 63% in 2012. Organizations also struggled with containing bots. Check Point found that 77% of bots were active for more than four weeks. Bots also communicated with their Command and Control (C&C) every three minutes.
    http://www.checkpoint.com/press/2014/visionary-check-point-research-reveals-massive.html

    Enenews has been infected…


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  • lucius.cornelius

    I have a question or two…

    A few weeks ago I watched the BeautifulGirlByDana report on the alleged effects of fukushima on US West Coast wildlife. It was, if true, quite a scary story.
    I then came across a report that claimed to debunk that claim and purported to show a perfectly normal amount of wild life. I though, 'ok, that's Dana debunked' and thought nothing more of it.

    Yesterday I was watching a dutchsinse video about the 4 mile long liquid sand eruption in Colorado and he said "within minutes of posting this I was attacked by people claiming to be local residents and that 'no such thing had occurred'". This is reported vocally along with video footage, taken from a helicopter, that clearly shows such an eruption. Google earth footage clearly shows multiple fracking rigs in the area (a point also denied by the same alleged "local residents").
    And that got me to thinking, "what if the 'Dana debunked' videos were just stooges, trying to turn people's minds away from the truth?".

    So, the questions are – have Dana's reports been confirmed by others? And does anyone here know anymore about such "everything is fine, just go back to sleep" type reports and are they the work of shills? And when I say "know more" I don't mean "yes it's widely used tactic", I know that. What I'm wondering is, have any of the debunker reports been themselves debunked?


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    • I have debunked a lot of the pronukers supposed debunks

      However for widespread west coast desolation, no experience

      Why don't you try to debunk a debunk and see what happens.

      semper fi

      exposing truth
      stock out


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      • It is sometimes not so easy to see the truth.. and it is easy to be misled even after you think you have it nailed down..

        Just stay open, and keep asking questions, seeking answers, and confirmation. Be open to changing your mind and adjusting course, and learning more. Stay curious.

        Science is about confirmation, repetition, and truth in the end.

        Everything else, well, it is what it is…

        When it doubt, look for the money, religion or programming.

        Sometimes it takes many years to see the truth, even if you really want it..

        Sometimes there are layers, on top of layers, and you keep peeling the onion, only to find more layers..

        That is a good time to go read a Zen poem…


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      • lucius.cornelius

        Why don't you try to debunk a debunk and see what happens.

        Because I live in Central UK, am out of work, don't drive and have a dodgy chest. Getting to the USA would present some problems as would traveling across it or diving at the other end.
        Where I live everything is perfectly normal, well, as perfectly normal as life in the UK can ever be. I've asked folks who have allotments, but as yet no one's reporting any weird looking plants, etc.

        The dissemination of information online has become a kind of multi-layered chess game dreamed up by Escher – move and counter move. With some moves made to look like they're being made by the opposing side when they're not. Etc. For an amateur, whose entire knowledge, prior to coming here, of nuclear energy has been gained from propaganda films and occasional news stories, it's all rather complicated and I quickly get to saturation point with vast arrays of numbers, percentages, recorded levels, etc.


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        • Roger that,

          I am convinced nuclear is bad technology, mostly because there is a human element, and keeping a group of humans controlling an immensely dangeous thing in control over long periods of time, is just short of insane.

          Nuke sucks, i understand it, the fission, the material science, the power generation and transmission, the lies.


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        • What makes it REALLY hard is that radiation is completely invisible.

          NO ONE can see, smell, hear, taste or feel the danger, even if they are standing in a 1000000 Sievert radiation hot spot that will kill them in seconds. They could step away, but cannot feel a thing. So they die.

          Without a radiation meter and some education around low level radiation dangers, no one can detect anything dangerous, which makes believing and trusting the 'experts' in the nuclear industry so easy.


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    • WesternKyMan

      Its pretty much as simple as this.

      IF there was enough radiation leaked from the Fukushima NPP to kill the sea creatures along the American west coast, you would see a hell of a lot more signs than just some dead sea creatures along the coast… the entire ocean would be dead and massive amounts of people would be sick from radiation poisoning, it's just not simply possible.

      The Pacific is an enormous body of water and will cause the radiation from Fukushima to disperse to very low or non-detectable levels the further you get away from the plant.

      That is the plain and simple truth, but you won't hear that on this site. You will hear unverifiable horror stories galore about the extinction level event facing mankind from Fukushima.

      I suggest you do your own research and arrive at your own conclusions and do not be swayed by either side that posts here, including this one. Knowledge is power.


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      • WesternKyMan

        Personally, I do not believe any amount of man-made ionizing radiation is safe.

        The human body has had eons to adapt to naturally occurring radiation in the environment and does a pretty good job of handling it.

        Man-Made radiation on the other hand has been around for about 75 years now…. not even a second in the evolutionary clock of human beings… the body doesn't know what to do with it because it hasn't had time to adapt to it.

        I am not saying that given time the human body would adapt to man-made radiation. Nature has its own way of dealing with things. Tossing in man-made radionuclides throws nature off balance and will have unpredictable results…. many of which have been seen since the first nuclear test all those years ago.

        Just my two cents.


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        • combomelt combomelt

          LOTS OF CONTRADICTIONS AND ASSUMPTIONS THERE WKM.

          THIS moment is still a moment at the VERY beginning of this EVENT.

          this EVENT is UNPRECEDENTED.

          you typed what you believe,… "IF there was enough radiation leaked from the Fukushima NPP to kill the sea creatures along the American west coast, you would see a hell of a lot more signs than just some dead sea creatures along the coast… the entire ocean would be dead.."

          models DO NOT do it justice.

          what "hell of a lot more signs" should we be seeing? I mean OTHER THAN the MASS DIE-OFFS we are constantly seeing in the news? YOU MEAN THOSE "lots more signs"?

          a giant "HUH!?" from over here.

          You also seem to believe, somehow, you typed… "The Pacific is an enormous body of water and will cause the radiation from Fukushima to disperse to very low or non-detectable levels the further you get away from the plant."

          WesternKyMan…..what do you think when you imagine fuku inside this bubble?>>>

          http://i123.photobucket.com/albums/o287/combomelt/Fukushima%20Revitalization%20Exhibition/ballofwater.jpg

          is one exploded, melted through, uncontained 110Ton Mox core @ fuku enough to do damage inside the above liquid biosphere.

          Just go to the link and look at the picture of our "Ocean", imagine fukushima spewing its guts inside it, then come back and tell me and everyone else how that rosy scenario turns out.

          there is NO dilution in the Ocean,
          ONLY eternal, ACCUMULATING, LETHAL, NUK-POLLUTION.


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      • No one claims that all of the life in the Pacific is being killed ENTIRELY and alone by Fuku radiation.

        There are many causes of mass die offs and extinctions.

        Acid levels increasing

        CO2 levels increasing

        Methane levels increasing

        Fish species die offs or over harvesting

        Dead zones from river pollution

        Chemicals

        Who knows what else…????

        NOW, add Fukushima radiation to that toxic mix and you may just have broken the camels back with the straw.

        Time will tell. Nature does not lie.

        Neither do the 130 species going extinct on a daily basis.

        There is just so much more that we do not know, compared to the little bit that we think that we do know.

        "The smarter I get, the more I realize that I know nothing about anything."

        Sometimes, intuition knows way more than logic.


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        • I used to think i knew a thing or two, then i realized that is all I knew, LOL

          From a friend 60 YO master of ALL trades. Humble


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        • StarMouse StarMouse

          Agreed DR. Goodheart, agreed. We are learning about what is used in fracking, all the chemicals used here by the oil industry. I believe in the oil industry as we need fuel, I believe in the ppl that work here, they need to feed their families, i believe with more planning and careful consideration oil industry could provide a safer enviroment (iE: dont port it on the oceans) i believe in using gas to heat and cook but we do not bieve in in fracking or the chemicals being used err dumped in the process, i do not know how true it is about them using nuclear wasye water when they drill. Still learning, tho I see no point in continuing to use only fossil fuels or continuing to stock them when clearly we have enough. Where there is money noone seems to listen.


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      • VanneV VanneV

        I was born in California, so I have many friends and relatives still on the West Coast. As my father said, "You girls (he had three) don't really have very good health." Duh, I wonder why [sarc]?. I've seen people who are sterile, and those who have children, each generation has troubles including ADHA and autism. Listening to the people on this website, each has families who have suffered terribly because of radioactive fallout. And reading all the research that has been done of the effects of radiation poisoning, the studies and the personal experiences show what is happening.

        People are here to not so much to persuade others, but to lament the passing of the world and of loved ones. It is all very sad. Some people can handle the truth, and some can only live in denial. Some can live humble lives and some will do anything for luxurious lifestyles. It is all very sad. We could have lived in peace helping each other. It take so little to find happiness.


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      • lucius.cornelius

        That's pretty much my feeling.
        In all this talk of "the Pacific ocean" I haven't heard a single mention of the Pacific gyre and what effect that would have to potentially mitigate the spread of radiation. If all that plastic is caught in a vast rotating vortex, then it sort of follows that some radioactive water would also get caught up in it. I'm not claiming it would negate the spread, only that I haven't heard it mentioned as a variable.


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      • Actually, I did some pretty damn good calcs that showed just Fuku 1 could contaminate the ENTIRE Pacific biolayer to 147 Bq/M3, up from 1 or 2 naturally occuring.

        that is not chicken feed. Now…not all of Fuku will get out in theory, but those are real numbers, what is 25% gets out?

        Is that negligible?

        Bioaccumulation also is very important


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      • Many people believe this 'theory' that dilution is the solution, and it does have a logical premise, given the huge amount of water in the Pacific.

        However, dilution only goes so far, when one talks about fairly fast currents, concentrated highly radioactive emissions going in at one place, plus the bio concentration and bio accumulation up the food chain.

        Radiation from man made sources MIMICS natural minerals, so these toxic heavy metals and radioactive elements get absorbed and travel up the food chain. Then they offer TWO knockout punches; heavy metal poisons, PLUS radiation that accumulates slowly over the years of low level exposure.

        Plutonium And Cesium Bioaccumulation Up To 26,000 Times In Ocean Algae, Up To 5,570,000 Bq/Kg in Land Algae, Biomagnification From There; via @AGreenRoad
        http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/04/plutonium-and-cesium-bio-concentrates.html


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    • amberlight amberlight

      Lucius, here is my observation from a walk on the beach at MacKerricher State Park (Mendocino County, northern Cal). I used to see clusters of starfish (sea stars) on the rocks at the water's edge. A couple of weeks ago I was walking along the shore for a couple of miles, looking for starfish at every rock outcropping. I saw ONE that day—ONE—where I used to see dozens.

      It is unusual to see one lone starfish. Normally if the tide pool environment is favorable there will be several in the immediate area. Fortunately the little fella looked healthy. I hope it survives the radiation plague (aka "pathogen" according to some research pundits).

      Later on, looking at photos of starfish and other tide pool denizens that I took several years ago, it was disheartening to see the difference from then to now.

      So, while I have no statistical data to offer, my empirical observations confirm that we are in a world of hurt.


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    • rogerthat

      i read a bit of one debunker. just another lunatic, you don't even have to buy them, they are two a penny, just give them a nudge and bob's your uncle, as people used to say in the old days


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    • HoTaters HoTaters

      lucius cornelius, watched that vid too a couple of months ago. Good observation on Dutchsinse's part. I like his vid's. Pretty smart individual, he is.


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  • I never get a reply from the bot when I say stuff like "my solar karma going to run over that nuker dogma"

    bots don't do well with humor, I thought that was a nuker trait, maybe also true. but insightful.


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  • WesternKyMan

    Time to sum up my personal beliefs:

    1. Fukushima is not the end of the world.

    2. Fukushima (in its current state) will have little effect on anybody not within 500 miles of the plant.

    3. Any amount of man-made radiation is not good for you.

    4. Nuclear power is a byproduct of mans quest for weapons of mass destruction. It was never meant to be a "green" power source or necessarily any cleaner than any other power source.

    5. Mankind has faced many extinctions in its long evolutionary life. The amount of nuclear power plants on this planet virtually guarantees the extinction of mankind at some future point if not done away with immediately. Any event that occurs that significantly reduces the population of this planet, the melting down of all the nuclear plants around the world will kill any survivors.

    We, as a species, need to desperately find a way to create power without nuclear or fossil fuels.

    Unfortunately, by the time the world realizes this, it will be too late and the train will be too far down the tracks to recall to the station.

    In other words… we are most likely screwed already.


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    • WesternKyMan

      in reference to #5:

      Take for instance the movie "Deep Impact"… the ending is all touchy feely with the President standing in front a ruined Whitehouse talking about how we will rebuild the country.

      They conveniently left out any mention of all the nuclear power plants that would have been destroyed in the same scenario and were releasing massive amounts of radiation up and down the east coast and around the world.

      Guess that wouldn't make for a very hopeful ending for mankind in the movie.


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    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      WesternKyMan, how do you conclude that Fuku, as it is, wont affect anybody beyond 500 miles? Is this a guess, or is it a quote from an expert or what? I dont think your no effect beyond 500 mi is correct.

      interview with Olli Heinonen, former IAEA deputy director general, former Finland Reactor Laboratory senior officer and senior fellow at Harvard University: “We have a potential catastrophe on our hands… I think that when this thing is over — this is certainly a national catastrophe for Japan — but actually this a catastrophe for every citizen of the world


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      • WesternKyMan

        Just my own personal feelings nothing more. I have followed Fukushima very closely from day 1. I have said before and will say again, time is on my side. Fukushima is nuclear powers PR nightmare that just won't go away. Tepco is doing nothing more than putting on a dog and pony show and most people than have followed this know this very well. Tepco is rapidly approaching the point where there won't be much else to do but deal with the three melted reactors and they are too hot for Tepco to deal with and they know this. When Tepco filed the paperwork to separate the division that deals with the Fukushima disaster, the writing was already on the proverbial wall. Tepco now has the ability to legally file for bankruptcy in Japan for the division that deals with Fuku without affecting the rest of the company.

        I still say Tepco is going to walk away from Fukushima and leave it as is. There's not much more they can do at this point… technology doesn't exist to handle whats in those cores.

        The Pacific ocean can take a lot more than Fuku has let into her so far….but the clock is ticking.

        I think they screwed the pooch and they know it. I am just waiting like everybody else to see what happens next.

        It's like a bad reality show….every episode is a repeat.


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        • WesternKyMan

          My curiosity is in how they deal with Fukushima and the radiation. It won't affect me personally in any sense other than I won't eat Pacific Tuna or stuff like Alaskan King Crab Legs…I wouldn't tell you or anyone else not eat to them.

          I don't play politically correct games or try to influence anyone other than myself. When I try to talk to people about Fukushima, most have never heard of it and I find that fascinating.

          I see Fukushima as a big chess game so to speak…. the pieces are in place and moves have been made…I am just waiting to see how the game turns out…probably won't be finished in my life time.

          I can say I have no emotional attachment to the events at Fukushima, purely an interest the initial disaster, it causes, what happened, and what's being done now to correct it… the rest I really don't care about from my personal point of view because it won't affect me due to my age. As selfish as that sounds, that's the way it is. One of my philosophies is if it's broke and you can't fix it, all you can do is lessen how it impacts you directly.


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          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            "One of my philosophies is if it's broke and you can't fix it, all you can do is lessen how it impacts you directly."

            Pretty sure there are billions out there that feel exactly the same way. :(

            Ergo: Why we have had a Fukushima!


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            • WesternKyMan

              That may be true… but the fact remains that Fukushima is broke, I can't fix it, all I can do is to try and minimize it's impact to me… that I have been doing since shortly after 3/11/11 and I will continue to do until I die.

              My whole career was based on being able to go with no notice to anywhere in the world 24/7. Situational awareness is part of my makeup now. Always will be.

              That's just the way it is.


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              • WesternKyMan

                I'm gonna shut up now.

                LOL


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                • earthsmith

                  me oh me oh me oh my…..seems to be the way all your posts go
                  me this my that I this I that
                  yes everyone is entitled to their 2 cents
                  but while you are meing and mying your 2 cents please refrain from telling any other poster to take a chill pill on their 2 cents

                  that's just my 2 cents in the TIME frame of things


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              • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                'Situational awareness' ..I like that term.
                I think having one's own sense of risk .. and not have one's own sense manipulated ..is a good start.

                Fear ..is self applied ..and has to be controlled.
                I can't say I'm fearless.
                I can say ..fear is pointless.

                I have concern for others ..concern for myself some.
                How is fear appropriate ..when facing an scientific absolute?
                This amount of radiation uncontained will have an effect on the environment ..
                The extent ..we know not.

                This isn't the pre-school desk.
                Humans have short attention spans.
                Three and a half years ..is but the first glance at what may/will be prove to be a changed future for many/all.

                Back to 'situational awareness'.
                It's hunting season here .
                I don't hunt.
                But hunters and non hunters alike ..are shown a sense of keenness by the prey in their natural existences.

                Any rustle of the leaves..a crackle on the forest floor ..ears and eyes up.

                Instinct ..something Humans have little of.
                Brings words to mouth..like..

                "Look about yourselves ..mates. Heads Up!"


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              • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                Point being we could not stop, Simi Valley, TMI, Chernobyl plus many more and now we have Fukushima. :(

                All of us should have paid better attention to this Nuclear Folly and put an end to it a long time ago.

                Soon there will be no way, no place to escape from all these released Nuclear poisons anywhere on this globe.

                Bioaccumulation guarantees it for all! :(


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              • How about working on preventing worse and worse impacts on 7 future generations. Or, if that is of no interest, how about your own children, or grandchildren?

                You can have an impact there.

                Everyone can have an impact. There is so much even an average person with no scientific background can do, if they BELIEVE that they can.


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          • WKM "most have never heard of Fukushima"

            I find that hard to believe. I have not spoke to a single person who has not heard of Fukushima

            75% of the people I talk to realize that it is far bigger problem than is "being let on"

            Rarely does anyone try to argue "for" Fukushima as being under control or won't do much damage at all….usually they are just silent or change the subject.

            I think many can't bear to think about the ramifications.

            When I speak to native Japanese from Japan, and prod them…you do know that Fukushima is a lot worse than they are saying, the response is 100% to the effect of, and in a kind of irritated way ….."we ALL know"


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    • Mostly agree, except #2.

      Here's why…

      The spread and accumulation of highly radioactive contamination for the time span of 300 years plus is incalculable. Except to say it will continue to spread.
      (I use 300 years because that's the low estimate for cesium-137's hazardous to life span.)

      >>> The wind blows and the water flows.
      Products will be made and shipped around the world.
      It's transport vectors are insidious.

      This is the reason loss of containment is such a catastrophic event.
      Because the meltdowns sit on a windy beach at the oceans edge does not help in containing it to the island of Japan.

      In the case of Fukushima that's times 3 and ongoing.

      The overall lack of testing also gives me reason to believe that it's has spread and is spreading farther and faster than anybody wants to imagine. Fallout's negative contribution to the overall immune system and DNA of many living things is highly probable.

      The more extreme ocean impacts are also, just a matter of time. :(


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      • HoTaters HoTaters

        We had rain on Monday here. I'm in Sacramento, CA. Turned on the Inspector Alert a couple of hours prior to the start of rain. Reset the cumulative counter when it began to rain. In six hours or so, we had about 4.8 microsieverts (cumulative). That was measured in Beta, indoors, in an energy efficient house, with a big HEPA filter running on high.

        Yes, it's getting scarey bad when it rains and/or the jet stream is overhead.


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  • Sol Man

    We have a problem nearly beyond measuring with FD, but the larger issue is the additional 400+ npp's churning away. On one hand it is enlightening to realize that the species are all connected and then very troubling to read the folks in the know talk about worries of various ones becoming extinct. What about the food sources?

    http://enenews.com/pbs-plague-hit-west-coast-hard-year-biologists-fear-species-going-extinct-experts-largest-outbreak-oceans-terms-numbers-species-affected-geographic-scale-mortality-people-kids-before-theyre-all


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  • tarpus

    Great. Now these guys who I assumed would help me out the worst troll of the decade reneged on their deal…they want $300 more than originally agreed upon and they want "other", of which I will not mention here. The money isn't an issue really but other is hard for me to come by at the moment. I will try and find someone to do it for less or possibly pro bono. Maybe Christmas this year will be surprising.
    Anyone up for the job? I know there are some .gov & .mil types here that could give a little time for the cause…it is only right. This assclown of a psycho needs outed. He mocks the victims of Fuku and Chernobyl and pretends to give a shit about the sailors of the Reagan. The only thing a narcissist cares about is him or herself, and takes great pleasure in watching others suffer. A disturbing nihilist creeping about while others here actually do care about the fate of this world. Do the right thing and tell us who or what it is.


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  • WindorSolarPlease

    I'm not surprised how much sickness and death there is there. I'm surprised by those who aren't "Yet".
    Why does it takes longer for some, what makes them different?

    We are all part of Fukushima now, because of the jet stream that has dropped on the food supply, air, water, ocean, and plus of the foreign trade market.

    This is continual, non stop without a fix. Let's not forget, it accumulates. What makes people think this won't effect us?

    Just because Fukushima is far away, doesn't mean it isn't knocking at your door.

    I still believe you are safer "for now" in the Southern Hemisphere.

    I believe Fukushima will/has weed out the population. I don't think North America is the best place to be for many reasons.

    I do believe there will be other things that will also create the big ELE. We have more Nuclear Plants that could help with this, something could fall from the sky, Nuclear war, huge earth quakes are just waiting to happen, we have new diseases.

    We have/are destroying this earth, it's going to bite us back, and rightfully so.


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  • Dick Shenary

    The world has a big problem at Fukushima. Some speculate end times are here, while others suggest this is but a minor problem. As usual the truth lies somewhere in between. For the end times crowd what do you suggest we do? Party like there is no tomorrow, stop paying bills? For the no problem crowd should we just ignore this incident and move on with our lives? These questions are not easily answered. I recommend tolerance in dealing with others opinions as none of us can see exactly how this will all play out.


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    • Bill Duff

      Pay 3X damages for death, disability, pain, anguish, dislocation, evacuation, inconvenience, and willful insult(s).

      Prosecute the Nuclear Village; beyond the (self-serving) statutes; for willful crimes against humanity. Take their homes, pensions, money, cars, club memberships and investments. Send them to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, to serve their sentences, cleaning the area; and face public execution; should they survive.

      Publicly reveal ALL the paid trolls and snitches; and the amounts paid. Shut down the Nuclear Village propaganda budget. Provide FULL ACCESS to medical care.


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      • WindorSolarPlease

        Hi Bill Duff

        As much as I am for equal ACCESS to medical care for everyone, I don't see it happening. I really wish it would happen.

        As far as the big guys who have created crimes against humanity. They will just walk away with fuller pockets.
        Same Old Story..


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        • Bill Duff

          We all understand the SCUMMY nature and deplorable behaviors of the present regimes in 2-bit Banana Republics, such as Japan and the formerly united states of America.

          Tin-Horn dictators such as Barack Obama and Shinzō Abe, spend their entire time in office misleading, misrepresenting, concealing danger, threatening and increasing hazards to their fiefdoms. They habitually express, utter-contempt for the will and the well-being of the citizenry.

          So the odds of justice prevailing appear to be quite slim.


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    • WindorSolarPlease

      Hi Dick Shenary

      I agree with you Fukushima is a big problem. Not sure how anyone can describe uncontrollable radiation pouring out, to be a minor problem.

      I'm inclined to think it is an Extinction Level Event for a lot of people and for some not.
      I don't see how this wouldn't cause people to have medical problems.

      I still think we have to go thru more before this whole earth has a ELE.

      I have no clue when it will be the end of this world, these are sorrowful times. My heart goes out to those who have been effected by this and to us who will be.


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    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Dick Shenary, being of the "end times" crowd, I suggest getting one's spiritual house in order. Live each day as if it's your last. Love your Creator, love one another. That about sums it up.


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    • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

      I'd bet a new Pagani that any good Oncologist worth their salt incuding our own has a good idea how it's going to play out based on what they/we are seeing already[?]!! :( It's playing out exactly the way anyone with the key details afforded to those with a high security clearance "in the know" & with a "need to know" expect[s][ed] it to….it sure as hell continues evolving into the unending nitemare I'd expected it to be despite my hopes & unanswered prayers that my premonitions & concern for loved ones & friends would turn out to be unwarranted! I hold no anomosity towards anyone who has yet to recieve the "up close & personal lesson" I've gotten already & hope none of you convincing yourselves everything's okay ever do(depending on the reasons you've decided to declare "no worries" or "out of sight & out of mind")but be aware that Murphy's Law usually goes into effect soon after letting down one's guard. My "proof" is lying next to me with an oxygen mask on surrounded by medical equipment,paperwork & bags full of bottles of pharmaceutical products with her chemo follow-up drug "Letrozole" being the one hardest to fill & flying off the shelves faster than they can reorder & keep in stock :|
      But like I said,if it makes anyone feel better to allow themselves to be convinced that everything's just peachy-keen as long as it isn't having an impact on their house,then more power to ya'! I wish it was as easy for me & mine to go back to 3/10/11,I…


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  • Bill Duff

    Japan had ADVANCE notice of the looming Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station meltdowns. Therefore, early evacuation, prior to the 1st explosion of FDU-1, would have been DO-ABLE; almost easy. Disaster alerts were muted. Impending reactor failure notices were suppressed. Evacuation was delayed, until the maximum radiation fallout peak(s). The venting water-filtration systems and the vents failed. The civilian population was outside and unprotected in the directed path of the MAXIMUM radiation fallout contamination, airbourne releases and gamma.

    Following the Fukushima 311 disasters, Japan distributed a never-ending stream of lies; withheld anti-radiation medications; did NOT provide personal decontamination. Further, the ‘Nuclear Village’ dishonorably withheld dosimetry information, diagnosis, prognosis and medical treatment from the Nipponese.

    The population was force-fed radioisotope-contaminated food and a never-ending stream of cheap lies about ‘smiling’ and ‘laughing’. Even the deaths, broken health and public health data are concealed from the Japanese and the world. Their loss and grief are trivialized by ‘Team Nuke’; as were their lives and ancestral homeland.


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  • Bill Duff

    Chernobyl was QUICKLY contained by a sarcophagus. A newer, larger and sturdier sarcophagus has been recently completed; if memory serves. Most of the fuel is contained.

    TEPCO, Japan and the Nuclear Village have THREE (3) totally uncontained, melted, OPEN AIR nuclear power plants. Fuel, as well as fission products have been scattered to the winds, leached into the earth; flushed into the groundwater, and washed to the sea from 311 to the present.

    Fukushima is SOOOOO much worse than Chernobyl; in every way.


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  • curly

    Yesterday I clicked a link that was an article about the people who have been displaced by the "accident" at fuku. Maybe some of you saw it too, it had photos of all the blue bags of contaminated soil. This article keeps surfacing in my mind. I've heard a lot of argument on the pro's and con's of nuclear in the last few days on this site. When I try to boil it all down, I get this: There are at least three cores out of containment at fuku and they have been and continue to leach radioactive water into the pacific for over three years. I can't predict what will happen but it doesn't look good. But, the article I mentioned above contains facts about the immediate effects of the "accident." People living in areas surrounding fuku were evacuated, lives were permanently effected and I would have to say negatively effected. There are ethics, morals and laws that suggest that if I do something that harms someone else I am guilty of a crime an in some way make restitution. If I have a dog that barks all night and keeps my neighbor up I should feel guilty and I would. These displaced people were on the receiving end of the damages from the "accident."
    They were given some money and many of them ended up in fema style trailers. I imagine what it would be like if I had done something to my neighbor that caused this same kind of hardship. I know I would feel like the biggest asshole on the block, but beside that I would face criminal charges, fines and a…


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  • curly

    con't

    prison sentence. I see a double standard here. Some entities are above the law, and are capable of living without ethics or morals not to mention just plain old guilt or shame. The injustices at fuku are just one of many I have seen in my life time or read about. My mind tends to extrapolate, and I can't help feeling negatively about the direction world leaders are taking us. Where ever they take us, it's not going to by a place of justice or compassion. I've read postings of mbp and others with similar ideologies and they are able to minimize in their own minds the effects of the fuku accident—no guilt, no compassion. My life would be a lot easier if I could do the same, but I can't.


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  • rogerthat

    curly, that about sums it up. where we are today is the weirdest place imaginable, a giant game of let's pretend:
    Let's pretend it didn't happen, and when that fails,
    let's pretend that the worst didnt happen.
    Let's pretend that it wasn't as bad as Chernobyl
    Let's pretend that radiation is not spewing out of the ruins Fukushima into the atmosphere every day, effectively forever.
    Let's pretend that what's left of the cores is not leaching into the underground river and groundwater and flowing continuously into the sea, effectively forever.
    Let's pretend that anyway it's all harmless
    Let's pretend that it's under control
    Let's pretend that there is some way of stopping Fukushima from continuously poisoning the earth, effectively forever.
    Let's pretend that no-one died, that no one got sick, that no one will get sick, that no-one has been harmed, that no one will suffer harm.
    Let's pretend that the catastrophe was a triumph of nuclear engineering, because the earthquake didn't break the plants.
    Let's pretend that nuclear power is cheap, and that nuclear plants are necessary.
    Let's pretend that the whole nuclear thing has not been the biggest mistake in man's sorry history.
    And let's pretend that, if anything did happen, we are not responsible, we cannot be blamed, we have no reason to pay damages or make restitution.


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  • rogerthat

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/10/22/us-japan-nuclear-prosecution-idUSKCN0IB05H20141022?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews

    Japan prosecutors set to rule on possible Fukushima indictments
    TOKYO Wed Oct 22,

    (Reuters) – Japanese prosecutors must decide this week whether to charge Tokyo Electric Power Co executives for their handling of the 2011 Fukushima disaster…

    The Tokyo's District Prosecutors Office last year declined to charge more than 30 Tepco and government officials after investigating a criminal complaint from residents…

    But a special citizens' panel opened another legal front in July, asking prosecutors to consider charges of criminal negligence against three executives…

    Under the review system, the prosecutors must respond by Thursday.

    If they again decline to take up the case, as some experts expect, the 11-member panel of unidentified citizens can order prosecutors to indict, if eight members vote in favor…


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  • rogerthat

    http://blogs.wsj.com/japanrealtime/2014/10/22/fewer-residents-plan-to-return-to-town-near-fukushima-plant/?mod=japanblog&mod=japanblog

    … The Reconstruction Agency sent surveys to 9,749 households in August and got replies from 5,796. Those who said they hoped to return to Namie soon or in the near future dropped to 17.6% from 18.8% last year. About a quarter of those who responded said they hadn’t made up their minds whether to return.

    The survey also showed that 65.5% of those aged 29 years or younger had decided not to return, compared with 39.9% of those 70 or older…


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  • rogerthat

    http://fukushima411.com

    TEPCO finally prepares for removing Fukushima nuclear fuel rods
    October 22

    - Surreal stuff. What do they expect to find inside unit one, I wonder.


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  • rogerthat

    http://majiasblog.blogspot.com.au

    TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2014

    Comparing Fukushima and Chernobyl

    Data are slippery and estimates diverge greatly for Fukushima and Chernobyl source terms. There exist no definitive figures for atmospheric emissions, only estimates. Here are some data points I've found: …


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  • Bill Duff

    “diminishes the understanding of and increases vulnerability to health effects” UN Special Rapporteur Anand Grover

    http://www.ohchr.org/Documents/HRBodies/HRCouncil/RegularSession/Session23/A-HRC-23-41-Add3_en.pdf A/HRC/23/41/Add.3 Advance Unedited Version Distr.: General 2 May 2013 Original: English Human Rights Council Twenty-third session Agenda item 3 Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development, Anand Grover – Addendum – Mission to Japan (15 – 26 November 2012)*,**

    I. Introduction – II.Legal framework – III. The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident

    10. The Government has relied on recommendations from the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP), which provide a reference level for radiation dose of 1mSv/year to 20 mSv/year for resettling people in contaminated areas.17 However, life span epidemiological studies of survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings point to causal links between long-term exposure to low doses of radiation and the increased incidence of cancer.18 The Special Rapporteur considers that disregarding these findings diminishes the understanding of and increases vulnerability to health effects of long-term exposure to low-dose ionising radiation.


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  • rogerthat

    The latest update from METI:

    http://www.meti.go.jp/english/earthquake/nuclear/decommissioning/index.html

    Mid-and-Long-Term Roadmap towards the Decommissioning of TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Units 1-4

    - a kind of hop in, limp out experience i imagine, if anyone's brave enough to try.

    It includes tantalising gems:

    FAQ (updated on October 3, 2014)
    Q1: Please explain the impact of the leaked radioactive materials on the sea.
    Q2: Is there any difficulty because of “frozen soil impermeable walls” that have not been frozen yet?
    Q3: Are there many troubles concerning the water decontamination equipment?


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  • Bill Duff

    “Ensure that TEPCO and other third parties are held accountable for the nuclear accident”,
    UN Special Rapporteur Anand Grover

    http://www.ohchr.org/Documents/HRBodies/HRCouncil/RegularSession/Session23/A-HRC-23-41-Add3_en.pdf – ‘Report of the Special Rapporteur on the right of everyone to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health’, A/HRC/23/41/Add.3 Advance Unedited Version Distr.: General 2 May 2013 Original: English Human Rights Council Twenty-third session Agenda item 3 Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development, Anand Grover – Addendum – Mission to Japan (15 – 26 November 2012)*,**

    V. Recommendations

    80. The Special Rapporteur urges the Government to implement the following recommendations regarding transparency and accountability within the regulatory framework:

    (d) Ensure that TEPCO and other third parties are held accountable for the nuclear accident and that their liability to pay compensation or reconstruction efforts is not shifted to taxpayers.


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  • rogerthat

    http://www.houseofjapan.com/local/fukushima-salmon-released-just-before-3-11-return

    http://www.calendar.gatech.edu/event/335391

    On Thursday, October 23 at 3pm, Charles Casto will present a seminar titled "A Nuclear Power Play: The Politics and Realities of Nuclear Energy Post-Fukushima." Details are below:..


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  • rogerthat

    http://www.ladailypost.com/content/first-liquid-fueled-vehicle-returned-service-wipp-underground

    … Currently, all exhaust air leaving the WIPP underground facility continues to be sent through High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters.
    The HEPA filters require reduced airflow, which means the number of diesel vehicles that can operate at one time in the underground facility has also decreased….


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  • rogerthat

    … JOB SUMMARY:
    Job Title:Public Affairs Specialist
    Department:Department Of Energy

    A successful candidate in this position will serve as the Principal Public Affairs Specialist and expert advisor on Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) recovery activities for Carlsbad Field Office (CBFO); develop and implement comprehensive communication strategies in support of the recovery public affairs program; and plan, develop, implement and maintain an effective information/communication program between the organization and its various publics on recovery related problems, activities or issues.

    - preference given to anyone answering to the name Houdini


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  • rogerthat

    http://www.meelieu.com/jobs/1-usa-co-denver-maintenance-engineer

    Maintenance Engineer
    published on Oct 17, 2014
    URS Corporation is seeking a Maintenance Engineer to be based at our Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in Carlsbad, NM.


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  • rogerthat

    http://atomicinsights.com

    Political battles hampering function of important agency
    Rod Adams · October 22, 2014

    … Dr. Allison Macfarlane, the current chairman of the NRC, announced yesterday that she was stepping down at the end of 2014 to return to academia. She will become the Director of the Center for International Science and Technology Policy at George Washington University. Instead of engaging in stressful public testimony where people who are supposedly her political allies — I’m looking at you, Senator Boxer — question her integrity, she will return to her chosen profession and spend time teaching students, writing thoughtful papers and organizing conferences on important public issues…

    - bitten by a boxer? say it ain't so


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  • Bill Duff

    Japan, Canada & the formerly united states of America JACKED the allowed environmental contamination and radiation exposure levels; SKY HIGH. Japan did decrease their allowable food radioactive fallout levels.

    Meanwhile Obama RAISED Food & Water allowed radioisotope contamination levels to the roof. The DANGEROUS Radium-Laced beverages such as Radithor banned in the 1930's; could probably be sold again. Barack Hussein Obama has the WORST environmental and consumer radiation protection record since WWII and the atmospheric tests ending in the 1960s.

    Dangerous radiation contamination levels are now ignored.


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  • Bill Duff

    Barack Hussein Obama gambles at the high stakes table; with American lives, health, economy, jobs. And he has gambled poorly with EPA radiation contamination standards, subsequent to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station disasters. His gambles with national security of this nation and our allies have been EPIC disasters as well. Putin routinely makes a monkey out of Obama on the world stage; as have ISIS/ISIL and Syria. The radical 'Team Øb☭ma' has also screwed up with Open Borders and Ebola. Compulsive Bluffing is a LOSING strategy.

    'Rwanda turns the tables" – "On October 19, the Rwandan Ministry of Health introduced new Ebola Virus Disease screening requirements. Visitors who have been in the United States or Spain during the last 22 days are now required to report their medical condition—regardless of whether they are experiencing symptoms of Ebola—by telephone by dialing 114 between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. for the duration of their visit to Rwanda (if less than 21 days), or for the first 21 days of their visit to Rwanda. Rwandan authorities continue to deny entry to visitors who traveled to Guinea, Liberia, Senegal, or Sierra Leone within the past 22 days." http://rwanda.usembassy.gov/mobile/sm-102114.html http://www.cnn.com/2014/10/22/health/ebola-up-to-speed/index.html


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  • Gabe

    Hey ENE newswers…..look at this website.
    This is a gov. Website.
    What do they know they we do NOT KNOW????

    Check the pop. Numbers, the GDP etc for this year compared to their projctions for 2025..,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    Do you think they have awful things lined up for us? We may think fuku is childs play by 2025..,,,, or we may see many of us killed off by then via ebola, the already existing ebola vaccine with the kill switch in it, or fuku radiation…..
    I posted earlier re. The already existing ebola vaccine since 2006 with clinical trials completed in 2009. Mso, why no vaccine for the people in Africa? Good questions to ask. We all know tjat bioweons have been tested on the peoples of Africa for a very long time. I think we all know the dollar will crash soon. I guess many will die of starvation, diseases like Ebola brought here intentionally, and decreased immunity due to fuku etc.

    And PIG man wonders if we disrust goverrnment……Hmmm,mm…….one could contemplate the onbious and assume it might be fool hearty to trust anyone except those nearest and dearest to your heart……..and for me that is my gaggle of dogs, my cat and 3 birds.
    Yah, little pigtroll……go peddle your crap somewhere else.
    If you stated that you want to destroy ENEnews then that is really the ONLY THING WE NEED TO POST IN RESPONSE TO YOU.
    Soulless creature, vacant eyes
    Hideous laughter, life disguised
    Sick in body and soul as well
    PIG is here
    from the depths of hell


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  • Gabe

    PIG goes to Australia.
    Likely works for military
    Maybe he goes to PINE GAP?
    Deranged motjer effers there.


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  • Bungalow Phil

    Hospitals throughout America are reporting record breaking numbers as their emergency rooms are overwhelmed beyond capacity. Figures as of October 20, 2014 show the largest reported cases of these mystery illnesses included over 4,300 children at Children’s Hospital Colorado. In just one day 540 children visited the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and 340 cases were reported by a Mobile, Alabama children’s hospital. Many hospitals have ceased admitting children temporarily as they determine ways to deal with the outbreaks.

    Medical labs testing confirm many of these cases are Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68). The Obama Administration has been working overtime to keep the reporting and narrative away from blaming the ongoing illegal and undocumented immigrant invasion into the country. Media reports show at least eight known deaths from EV-D68 in the U.S. in 2014.

    Perhaps the White House doesn’t want Americans to know that out of over 70,000 illegal immigrant children who crossed into the U.S. almost 48,000 came from Honduras, Guatemala and Salvador. In these countries measles and the EV-D68 virus are quite common. If we include these children’s family and friends, not listed an “unaccompanied,” over a quarter of a million people from Central and South America have entered the U.S. illegally this year.

    From 1970 to 2005 there were only 26 cases of EV-D68 ever reported in America. The number in 2014 is approaching 1,000 cases, with about 10 percent of those cases known to be…


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