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Thats scary and think about this folks. They cut reporting the event after the cows milk on the west coast showed high signs and that was what, 3 day after they started to melt down. They are still pouring nukes into the sea and spewing that crap everywhere. It didn't just stop or get shut off but is spewing as bad as it was when it first happened. This is not good indeed.....

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Thats scary and think about this folks. They cut reporting the event after the cows milk on the west coast showed high signs and that was what, 3 day after they started to melt down. They are still pouring nukes into the sea and spewing that crap everywhere. It didn't just stop or get shut off but is spewing as bad as it was when it first happened. This is not good indeed.....

 

People are now starting to die from the exposure in Japan. People not workers at the plants. Like the town mayor. It would violate NRC regulations to allow these people into the United States. They are some of the most toxic material on earth. It involves a major procedure to deal with the waste.

 

Some toxic materials are being burned in industrial incinerators. Ash and dust ..

 

The dust is still in the air and we are down wind of Japan.

 

It only takes one dust particle to start a cancer. That wouldn't do much to the background noise.

 

People may need to detox to stay alive. And do so for the rest of our lives.

 

I think I heard that cannabis cures cancer.

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Confirmed: Fukushima disaster contaminated ocean with 50 million times normal radiation

 

Leaks still ongoing

Mike Adams,

Natural News

December 13, 2011

Things are suddenly heating up again with Fukushima. As we reported yesterday, the southern wall of Fukushima reactor #4 apparently collapsed over the past few days, calling into question the structural integrity of the remainder of the containment building (http://www.naturalnews.com/034387_F…).

The mainstream media has said absolutely nothing about this development, continuing its pattern of downplaying news involving Fukushima, radiation or the flawed structure of nuclear power plants. This is hardly surprising, given that many of the largest media outlets (such as NBC and MSNBC) are owned by corporations such as General Electric, the designer of many of the world’s nuclear power plants. (http://www.freepress.net/ownership/…)

Photos of the failed structure have emerged on Enenews.com, where a report explains that a once-intact wall is now essentially “missing” and that further degradation of the structure could lead to mass evacuations in Japan (http://enenews.com/report-confirmed…). As this report is still not confirmed by other sources, we continue to take this with a sense of caution here at NaturalNews. We will continue to monitor the situation and report any relevant developments.

50 million times higher radiation levels

What has hit the mainstream media, however, is a report entitledImpacts of the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plants on Marine Radioactivity, authored by Ken Buesseler, Michio Aoyama, and Masao Fukasawa (http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021…).

This report, published inEnvironmental Science & Technology, reveals that levels of radioactive cesium reached 50 million times normal levels in the ocean water off the coast of the Fukushima Dai-ichi facility. Even more concerning, the abstract of this paper concludes, “…the concentrations through the end of July remain higher than expected implying continued releases from the reactors or other contaminated sources, such as groundwater or coastal sediments.”

A D V E R T I S E M E N T

 

This, of course, contradicts mainstream media reports which for the most part stated that the radiation was “contained” and was not leaking directly into the environment. Only the alternative press has covered the real story on Fukushima, which has now become the worst radiological accident in the history of human civilization.

This same study ultimately concludes that this level of radiation contamination of the ocean is essentially harmless, stating, “…dose calculations suggest minimal impact on marine biota or humans due to direct exposure in surrounding ocean waters, though considerations for biological uptake and consumption of seafood are discussed and further study is warranted.” That’s a conclusion to be viewed with skepticism and caution, of course, as it says on one hand that “it’s no problem” and yet on the other hand, maybe you shouldn’t eat the seafood because we really don’t know what quantity and concentration of radioactive elements may be ingested and concentrated by seafood sources.

Radioactive strontium admittedly leaked into the ocean

Another important development now surfacing is that TEPCO has finally admitted that alarming quantities of radioactive strontium (which has roughly a 30-year half life) have leaked into the ocean — and that the leaks are ongoing!

According to TEPCO, which has repeatedly and deliberately lied to the public in order to downplay any “bad news” about radiological leaks, “26 billion becquerels of radioactive materials” have leaked into the ocean due to the Fukushima accident. (http://www.japantoday.com/category/…)

“This suggests that the releases have not ended, so that is of concern,” said Ken Buesseler from theWoods Hole Oceanographic Institution. “If the contaminants end up in the marine sediments / muds, then they will remain there for decades to come, and thus potentially be of concern for benthic biota and consumers of benthic fish/shell fish, i.e. any local filter feeders near the source waters at the coast.” (http://www.smartplanet.com/blog/int…)

The worst may be yet to come

What’s clear from all this is that:

• The Fukushima facility remains highly unstable and could dramatically worsen, especially if another earthquake or tsunami strikes the area and causes further degradation of the structural integrity of containment buildings which still house nuclear fuel rods.

• The Fukushima catastrophe is, without question, the most massive radiological disaster ever recorded in human history.

• The mainstream media has consistently (intentionally?) downplayed the severity of the Fukushima disaster, perhaps to try to calm fears by denying the true extent of the problem.

• TEPCO routinely and habitually lied about the status of Fukushima during the meltdown and in the days and weeks following that meltdown.

• We therefore cannot rely upon official sources to accurately inform us of the actual status of the Fukushima facility. The risk of being misled by those official sources is very high.

If you want the truth, don’t trust official sources

Under such circumstances, the wise thing to do is stay informed and get prepared in case the Fukushima situation suddenly worsens. Hopefully everyone in North America knows by now that another release of radiation from Fukushima could widely contaminate the West Coast of the United States with radioactive fallout.

Given that government agencies in both the United States and Japan have altered the definitions of allowable radiation exposure limits (http://naturalnews.com/031963_radia…), it hardly seems reasonable to think that these government are erring on the side of caution. In fact, by all accounts these governments are proactively working to downplay the severity of any future radiological event by claiming that levels of contamination previously considered poisoning are now suddenly “within safe limits.”

But within whose definition of safe limits? After all, the U.S. government also thinks it’s perfectly safe for you to drink fluoride, microwave your body at TSA checkpoints, eat genetically modified organisms, get yourself repeatedly injected with chemical adjuvants in vaccines and drink aspartame.

Aw, c’mon. What’s a little radiation on top of all that?

 

http://www.prisonplanet.com/confirmed-fukushima-disaster-contaminated-ocean-with-50-million-times-normal-radiation-leaks-still-ongoing.html

 

 

Q,

When I checked on the links in your post everyone said the page could not be found. Media source would come up but the story was gone. Try it yourself and see what ya get but it would not surprise me if the Gov't wasn't killing the links to any reports.

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http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thefront

 

Tonight the show starts at 6PM.

 

Christina Consolo will be on tonight talking about the radiation from Japan we are now seeing here in the US. After 7PM

 

If you have any interest in this subject at all, please listen to her.

 

She is also archived on at least one show.

 

She expects to be on starting about 7PM.

 

Christina has a lot of inside information. She is also very knowledgeable in the field.

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Symptoms presented by the children down wind from Chernobyl displayed these kind of symptoms. Almost none of them presented every symptom. In some areas, 98% of the children are now severely sick.

 

Symptoms: Nose bleed, diarrhea, vomiting, bruises, swollen eyes, fatigue .. there's more. People that took their children to doctors and hospitals could not find anything. Medical professionals simply were not, and are not looking for these symptoms.

 

The doctors would say the child had a stomach virus. Then testing would find zero virus.

 

The children in Japan are being exposed to more than ten times what the children in Chernobyl were receiving.

 

Tokyo is now burning radioactive trash. This generates radioactive ash. This helps Japan purge radiation from themselves and pumps it into the trade winds ..

 

We are down wind.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_O2j_f43P4

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thats sick

 

Yeah .. I felt sick for a couple of days after I learned this stuff.

 

And do I talk about it?

 

Right now I know this. The cannabis consumers are the most likely survivors. We have the higher probability.

 

They don't want to change? Wait for six months and ask again.

There will probably be less of them to argue.

 

"They" should be off our backs shortly.

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