Tuesday 28 January 2014

Fukushima update - 01/27/2014

Jeff Rense & Yoichi Shimatsu - Mass Pacific Radiation Nears West Coast

Latest ENENews Headlines
01:27 AM EST on January 27th, 2014 | 123 comments

TV: After seeing that map with massive amount of nuclear waste headed to West Coast… There’s going to be impacts — Reporter: And radioactive water still hasn’t stopped flowing from Fukushima into Pacific (VIDEO)

09:46 AM EST on January 26th, 2014 | 296 comments

Reports: White ‘goo’ everywhere in Alaska seal, crows won’t touch it… yet they eat people’s roofs — Slime in ones mouth, kidney almost black — Another appeared to change color — Hairless one seen recently: “We all still have sick seals here!” (PHOTOS)

09:36 PM EST on January 25th, 2014 | 188 comments

Jiji: Highly radioactive groundwater now flowing under Unit 1 — Levels skyrocket since last test, now 1,000s of times higher — 8 locations hit record in recent days at Fukushima Daiichi

02:58 PM EST on January 25th, 2014 | 134 comments

Historical Weirdness’: Expert says US gov’t has failed public by not testing Pacific for radiation — A ‘very obvious’ need since Fukushima is leaking into ocean — They told me “it’s salty” and that’s not our thing (VIDEO)

01:27 PM EST on January 25th, 2014 | 74 comments

Asahi: ‘Underground holes’ may be needed to search for Fukushima’s 3 molten cores — Did fuel ‘escape’ via basement? — Experts unsure if Tepco will allow them to search for corium

10:40 AM EST on January 25th, 2014 | 230 comments

Scientists present links between unusual Alaska seal deaths and Fukushima fallout — Skin lesions, hair loss, lethargy — ‘Pulsed release’ when built-up radionuclides were set free as ice melted — “Wildlife health implications” due to radiation exposure discussed (PHOTOS & MAP)

01:05 AM EST on January 25th, 2014 | 77 comments

TV: At height of Fukushima emergency, region in California where plume hit had NO monitors — Email shows EPA ‘decided’ not to deploy RADNET to area — Only one left broke as radioactivity began spiking — “No clue” about exposure levels (MAP)

08:55 PM EST on January 24th, 2014 | 175 comments

Expert: “Can’t be changed & can’t be stopped”; Radioactive Fukushima water will continually enter ocean — Significant ‘discreet leaks’ recently — West Coast “should be alarmed” at lack of testing—Levels rising for 2 years & expected to increase

05:00 PM EST on January 24th, 2014 | 117 comments

Senior Scientist at MIT Event: Japanese scientists censored — Not allowed to publish research that compared Fukushima to Chernobyl — Fukushima ‘arguably’ bigger

02:15 PM EST on January 24th, 2014 | 101 comments

Newspaper ignores scientific models that show Fukushima radiation impacting West Coast — Fails to inform readers by only reporting on discredited tsunami wave-height map — “What illness of the mind must people have to lie about the threat?” (ACTUAL FORECAST MODELS)

12:39 PM EST on January 24th, 2014 | 106 comments

Navy Officers on TV: “My body is falling apart” after Japan rescue mission, his right side “just didn’t work” — Another “can no longer use his legs” and unable to urinate — If 300 times normal radiation is OK, I don’t know what to tell you

12:59 AM EST on January 24th, 2014 | 201 comments

Nuclear Engineer: Footage shows me “it’s broken… there’s really no containment” at Fukushima Reactor 3 — I expect many different kinds of leaks will be found — Radioactive contaminants “basically floating freely” (AUDIO)

09:54 PM EST on January 23rd, 2014 | 93 comments

Shock & Outrage”: Japan TV host reveals being told he cannot discuss nuclear power until pivotal Tokyo election ends — “Somebody needs to bring these issues into the media” — #2 in trending news

05:31 PM EST on January 23rd, 2014 | 151 comments

AFP: Fears that molten fuel went into ground after melting through containment vessels at Fukushima — They still can’t find three reactor cores (AUDIO)

02:36 PM EST on January 23rd, 2014 | 44 comments

Alaska Marine Expert: We really need to look at what’s happening to ecosystem from Fukushima radiation — Models don’t address ongoing releases at plant — “A lot of unknowns, a lot of uncertainties” — Ships are sampling for everything but radionuclides — Could be affecting animals (AUDIO)

12:19 PM EST on January 23rd, 2014 | 109 comments

Alaska refuses to test radiation levels in fish, says banana is riskier…”and who doesn’t love bananas?” — Officials: It’s forecast to hit U.S. right about now; People are concerned; We absolutely need cautious monitoring

10:30 AM EST on January 23rd, 2014 | 48 comments

U.S. Military: Baby wipes, tape were main weapons for battling Fukushima contamination — Soldiers didn’t wear protective gear because “we don’t want to alarm public”

08:32 AM EST on January 23rd, 2014 | 93 comments

Significant’ amount of radioactive seawater to hit Southern California? Expected on beaches in near future — Fukushima contamination may be ‘pervasive’ across food chain (AUDIO)

01:08 AM EST on January 23rd, 2014 | 96 comments

Wall St. Journal (Japan): ‘US physicians claim radiation risks due to Fukushima nuclear accident’ — ‘Uncertainty’ over quality of radiation data from officials

Fukushima breaking news; REAL ALASKA Data from Fukushima IS OUT kevin D. blanch 1/26/14

Fukushima : How Did SuperDuperScientist Thunderf00t Survive Childhood ?

Fukushima Reality Part 1 - Heed the Warnings 12 Declarations About The Ongoing Radiological Disaster

WARNING: Intended for Mature Audiences. The assertions in this video are based upon the fact the triple fission reactor meltdown at Fukushima Daiichi is ongoing with most experts saying there is essentially no end to the domino effect of this disaster. Then there is the even more destructive force of unstable and fiery spent fuel pools in the reactors and volatile nearby storage of thousands of fuel rods from other Nuclear reactors from all around Japan. As the radiation levels continue to rise because the corium is still fissioning outside their containments, the entire compound and immediate vicinity is becoming unbearable for human beings. Only so much can be done with remote controlled cranes and spending only a few minutes in current hot spot areas. But this is more than just what we know and see; the spent fuel of much of Japan's entire fleet of nuclear reactors is stored very near the inoperable Daiichi nuclear plants. While radiation is insidious because we cannot see, smell or hear it, and while we want to believe "a little" radiation is as harmless as potassium in bananas, many professional and scholarly articles show low doses of radiation is harmful to people with vulnerability to such. Radiation bioaccumulates and daughter products of fission like Caesium/Cesium and Strontium can last for decades, Radon for days, Uranium and Plutonium last for hundreds of years to hundreds of thousands of years. There is a reason Plutonium was named after Pluto, "the god of hell." And then there is the resulting, ultimate and long lasting decay of radionuclides into Gamma X-rays or Skyshine.
For almost three years, we have watched in astonishment at all that has occurred at Fukushima Daiichi following the massive earthquake and tsunami. Failed diesel generators and humans overlooking hydrogen release valves in the wake of the 9.0 Earthquake and resulting tsunami has caused the worst man-made disaster in world history initiated by earthquake and tsunami. More worse things could still happen, like the partial or full burning of the spent fuel rods if the cooling water is lost or decreased again. Since the radioactive releases are ongoing and unstoppable, what is the logical end? Will we get some kind of containment on the ever escaping radiation? When will it end? What is an accurate view of the totality of harm to terrestrial life for the entire lifespan of this accident (i.e. no more exuding radiation into the environment)? When will this happen again? How many more of these can the world take? This video is meant to strongly emphasize our collective need to take a serious look at using nuclear fission to boil water for electricity and power our weapons of war. Will humanity learn its lesson from Fukushima and go the route Germany took and has begun replacing it with safe, alternative energy sources? On May 29th, 2011 just days after the Fukushima disaster began, Merkel's government announced that it would close all of its nuclear power plants by 2022. Eight of the seventeen operating reactors in Germany were permanently shut down following Fukushima. One report recently stated Germany is now exporting energy from non-nuclear sources and impacting the competitiveness of neighboring nuclear powered energy companies. Massive international assistance and cooperation is needed NOW to reach beyond our capabilities and turn the impossible into something possible. The reaction of humanity is revelatory of our future in every way. Music credit at end of video. In continuation of videos about things we cannot see or overlook but are very real in this channel.

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