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Fukishima Now A Threat To The Whole Planet....

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It seems the lamestream media are keeping us massively in the dark about the current happenings in Fukishima. We are now potentially nearing a worldwide catastrophe of huge proportions and ramifications for every person on the planet, and this information is being kept away from all mainstram media outlets, when it should really be front page news instead of Roy Hodgson's speech impediment or Labour's 'great election win.'

 

Seems like humanity has really pushed the envelope this time, it's fingers crossed from here on in.

 

http://www.naturalne...Plume-Gate.html

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I don't think crossing fingers is going to stop this

 

Fukushima Facts

 

To better understand the severity of this situation, read these facts about Fukushima reactor No. 4 which I have assembled from available news sources:

 

• Reactor #4 contains 1,535 spent fuel rods which remain highly radioactive.

 

• These fuel rods currently hold the potential to emit 37 million curies of radiation.

 

• Those fuel rods are stored in a concrete pool located 100 feet above the ground, inside the structurally compromised reactor building, effectively making the pool open to the air.

 

• The pool holding these fuel rods is "structurally damaged."

 

• "If an earthquake or other event were to cause this pool to drain this could result in a catastrophic radiological fire involving nearly 10 times the amount of Cs-137 released by the Chernobyl accident." - Mr. Robert Alvarez, former Senior Policy Adviser to the Secretary and Deputy Assistant Secretary for National Security and the Environment at the U.S. Department of Energy.

 

• "The infrastructure to safely remove this material was destroyed as it was at the other three reactors." - Mr. Alvarez.

 

• Just 50 meters from reactor No. 4, a much larger pool of spent fuel rods contains 6,375 fuel rods, all of which remain highly radioactive.

 

• All these fuel rods are, astonishingly, exposed to the open air. They are not held inside any containment vessel.

 

• The total number of spent fuel rods across all six reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi site is 11,421.

 

• If reactor No. 4 suffers a structural failure, the release of radiation from the 1,535 spent fuel rods would make it virtually impossible for work to continue on the site, potentially resulting in an inability to halt a massive radiation release from all the other rods.

 

• In all, the 11,421 fuel rods held at the Fukushima Daiichi facility contain roughly 336 million curies of "long-lived radioactivity." Roughly 134 million curies of that is Cesium-137.

 

• "Reactors that have been operating for decades, such as those at the Fukushima-Dai-Ichi site have generated some of the largest concentrations of radioactivity on the planet." - Mr. Robert Alvarez, U.S. Dept. of Energy

 

• This amount of Cesium-137 radioactivity held in the full collection of fuel rods at Fukushima is 85 times the amount released at Chernobyl.

 

• The release of this amount of Cesium-137 would "destroy the world environment and our civilization. This is an issue of human survival." (http://akiomatsumura...012/04/682.html)

 

• The mainstream media operates in a total blackout of this news, refusing to even acknowledge the existence of this immediate threat to human civilization.

 

• The mainstream media is, in large part, owned by General Electric, the very company that designed the Fukushima reactors in the first place. It is clear that GE is diligently running a total media blackout on this news in order to cover its own ass and prevent people from asking questions about the faulty engineering and nuclear facility site selection that led to this catastrophe.

 

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Quite right. For example, this article in the Chicago Tribune is purely a figment of my imagination:

 

http://www.bellona.org/articles/articles_2012/fukushima_spentfuel

 

This - http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2011/mar/18/japan-nuclear-power-plant-updates shows how interested the Guardian is

 

Does your computer not have a search function Lxxx?

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Quite right. For example, this article in the Chicago Tribune is purely a figment of my imagination:

 

http://www.bellona.o...shima_spentfuel

 

This - http://www.guardian....r-plant-updates shows how interested the Guardian is

 

Does your computer not have a search function Lxxx?

 

Don't get smart. Of course some stories are going to make it through the net, but it isn't getting anywhere near the coverage it should be considering the severity of the situation.

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Quite right. For example, this article in the Chicago Tribune is purely a figment of my imagination:

 

http://www.bellona.o...shima_spentfuel

 

This - http://www.guardian....r-plant-updates shows how interested the Guardian is

 

Does your computer not have a search function Lxxx?

 

Don't get smart. Of course some stories are going to make it through the net, but it isn't getting anywhere near the coverage it should be considering the severity of the situation.

 

Or maybe its not as bad as some people on the internet are making out. It is the internet after all.

 

(please note I said maybe, its hard to be subjective when it come to "facts" off the internet)

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I don't know....whenever stories like this emerge on sites like the above (read: not exactly trustworthy or neutral looking "news" sites that proclaim the end of the world or any similar big event, always backed by "experts" of various distinctions) I tend to err on the side of caution. Seems the comments in one of the links from it shows other sides to the story:

 

http://www.nuc.berke...-â€"-“it-woul

 

While the Japanese have no doubt covered up good on that one in the beginning, I'm pretty sure more than one satellite spycam and a whole army of geiger counters are now pointed in that direction to see what they're up to again and how the thing is holding up. Nevermind the yanks getting all "end of the world" again - there's some pretty powerful neighbours next to Japan who wouldn't like any further nuclear mishaps too much - South Korea, Taiwan, and of course the big one called China. So before some dubious news site in Americaland picks it up, any of those would be all over it and they don't seem to have been yet.

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I don't know....whenever stories like this emerge on sites like the above (read: not exactly trustworthy or neutral looking "news" sites that proclaim the end of the world or any similar big event, always backed by "experts" of various distinctions) I tend to err on the side of caution. Seems the comments in one of the links from it shows other sides to the story:

 

http://www.nuc.berke...;œit-woul

 

While the Japanese have no doubt covered up good on that one in the beginning, I'm pretty sure more than one satellite spycam and a whole army of geiger counters are now pointed in that direction to see what they're up to again and how the thing is holding up. Nevermind the yanks getting all "end of the world" again - there's some pretty powerful neighbours next to Japan who wouldn't like any further nuclear mishaps too much - South Korea, Taiwan, and of course the big one called China. So before some dubious news site in Americaland picks it up, any of those would be all over it and they don't seem to have been yet.

 

Governments would never collude with each other to keep information that has potential global ramifications from going mainstream. Would they?

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I don't know....whenever stories like this emerge on sites like the above (read: not exactly trustworthy or neutral looking "news" sites that proclaim the end of the world or any similar big event, always backed by "experts" of various distinctions) I tend to err on the side of caution. Seems the comments in one of the links from it shows other sides to the story:

 

http://www.nuc.berke...;œit-woul

 

While the Japanese have no doubt covered up good on that one in the beginning, I'm pretty sure more than one satellite spycam and a whole army of geiger counters are now pointed in that direction to see what they're up to again and how the thing is holding up. Nevermind the yanks getting all "end of the world" again - there's some pretty powerful neighbours next to Japan who wouldn't like any further nuclear mishaps too much - South Korea, Taiwan, and of course the big one called China. So before some dubious news site in Americaland picks it up, any of those would be all over it and they don't seem to have been yet.

 

Governments would never collude with each other to keep information that has potential global ramifications from going mainstream. Would they?

 

But then again stuff has never been made up on the internet before...

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I don't know....whenever stories like this emerge on sites like the above (read: not exactly trustworthy or neutral looking "news" sites that proclaim the end of the world or any similar big event, always backed by "experts" of various distinctions) I tend to err on the side of caution. Seems the comments in one of the links from it shows other sides to the story:

 

http://www.nuc.berke...;œit-woul

 

While the Japanese have no doubt covered up good on that one in the beginning, I'm pretty sure more than one satellite spycam and a whole army of geiger counters are now pointed in that direction to see what they're up to again and how the thing is holding up. Nevermind the yanks getting all "end of the world" again - there's some pretty powerful neighbours next to Japan who wouldn't like any further nuclear mishaps too much - South Korea, Taiwan, and of course the big one called China. So before some dubious news site in Americaland picks it up, any of those would be all over it and they don't seem to have been yet.

 

Governments would never collude with each other to keep information that has potential global ramifications from going mainstream. Would they?

 

But then again stuff has never been made up on the internet before...

 

Yawn.

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I don't know....whenever stories like this emerge on sites like the above (read: not exactly trustworthy or neutral looking "news" sites that proclaim the end of the world or any similar big event, always backed by "experts" of various distinctions) I tend to err on the side of caution. Seems the comments in one of the links from it shows other sides to the story:

 

http://www.nuc.berke...;œit-woul

 

While the Japanese have no doubt covered up good on that one in the beginning, I'm pretty sure more than one satellite spycam and a whole army of geiger counters are now pointed in that direction to see what they're up to again and how the thing is holding up. Nevermind the yanks getting all "end of the world" again - there's some pretty powerful neighbours next to Japan who wouldn't like any further nuclear mishaps too much - South Korea, Taiwan, and of course the big one called China. So before some dubious news site in Americaland picks it up, any of those would be all over it and they don't seem to have been yet.

 

Governments would never collude with each other to keep information that has potential global ramifications from going mainstream. Would they?

 

But then again stuff has never been made up on the internet before...

 

Yawn.

 

Not again!

 

Observation : There is nothing in the media about Fukashima ending all life on earth.

 

Conclusion : Fukashima is going to end all life on earth.

 

The Proof : There is nothing in the media about Fukashima ending all life on earth........

 

Isn't it time you discovered girls or something?

 

By the way, his name is still Jim.....

 

Happy To Help!

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I don't know....whenever stories like this emerge on sites like the above (read: not exactly trustworthy or neutral looking "news" sites that proclaim the end of the world or any similar big event, always backed by "experts" of various distinctions) I tend to err on the side of caution. Seems the comments in one of the links from it shows other sides to the story:

 

http://www.nuc.berke...;œit-woul

 

While the Japanese have no doubt covered up good on that one in the beginning, I'm pretty sure more than one satellite spycam and a whole army of geiger counters are now pointed in that direction to see what they're up to again and how the thing is holding up. Nevermind the yanks getting all "end of the world" again - there's some pretty powerful neighbours next to Japan who wouldn't like any further nuclear mishaps too much - South Korea, Taiwan, and of course the big one called China. So before some dubious news site in Americaland picks it up, any of those would be all over it and they don't seem to have been yet.

 

Governments would never collude with each other to keep information that has potential global ramifications from going mainstream. Would they?

 

But then again stuff has never been made up on the internet before...

 

Yawn.

 

SO nasty governments make stuff up all the time, but unsubstantiated "guerilla" reporting is stone clad truth every single time?

 

Maybe you have been staying up to late...

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I don't know....whenever stories like this emerge on sites like the above (read: not exactly trustworthy or neutral looking "news" sites that proclaim the end of the world or any similar big event, always backed by "experts" of various distinctions) I tend to err on the side of caution. Seems the comments in one of the links from it shows other sides to the story:

 

http://www.nuc.berke...;œit-woul

 

While the Japanese have no doubt covered up good on that one in the beginning, I'm pretty sure more than one satellite spycam and a whole army of geiger counters are now pointed in that direction to see what they're up to again and how the thing is holding up. Nevermind the yanks getting all "end of the world" again - there's some pretty powerful neighbours next to Japan who wouldn't like any further nuclear mishaps too much - South Korea, Taiwan, and of course the big one called China. So before some dubious news site in Americaland picks it up, any of those would be all over it and they don't seem to have been yet.

 

Governments would never collude with each other to keep information that has potential global ramifications from going mainstream. Would they?

 

But then again stuff has never been made up on the internet before...

 

Yawn.

 

So it's fine for you to question sources, but if anybody else does it it's not?

 

God you're tedious. Is your life so boring that you have to find crackpot news sites to give you a little thrill of excitement?

 

EDIT: just read the most recent ~10 or so articles on that "news" site. What an absolute joke.

Edited by HeliX

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