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Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead

 
Vlad Tepes
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Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
Do you remember during the months after the nuclear disaster many people were looking at the TEPCO webcam and saying... "look at those plants and trees close to the reactors. They're doing fine, don't seem affected by radiation."

Well take a look at them now:

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]

DEAD
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ZOMBIES!?
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Re: Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
This time last year the right part of that screen was filled with lush vegetation. Many were saying radiation can't be that bad if those plants survive in it. As you can see now, they're dead.
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It's a no brainer.
This 'reality' is a holographic simulation. It exists only in your mind, but all your senses tell you otherwise. It is a prison controlled and created by the annunaki, but the walls are falling and people are waking. Thread: Hello Gods and Goddesses (Page 140)
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It's a no brainer.
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You're right but it was the first thing I noticed when I revisited that webcam after many months of not doing so.
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Is it winter over there?


How about learning to take a fuckin' screencap? The cam doesn't load for me.
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Re: Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
Here's the english site.

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]
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Is it winter over there?


How about learning to take a fuckin' screencap? The cam doesn't load for me.
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


SOMEONE TAKE A FUCKING SCREENCAP.
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Re: Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
Is it winter over there?


How about learning to take a fuckin' screencap? The cam doesn't load for me.
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


No it's not winter, it's spring. Japan is in the northern hemisphere.
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Re: Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
Do you remember during the months after the nuclear disaster many people were looking at the TEPCO webcam and saying... "look at those plants and trees close to the reactors. They're doing fine, don't seem affected by radiation."

Well take a look at them now:

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]

DEAD
 Quoting: Vlad Tepes


Don't forget that the whole area was exposed to extensive foot and vehicle traffic, not to mention ruptured fuel and chemical tanks. And firefighting chemicals. And who knows what other chemicals in their efforts to make the area less radioactive. And the area was likely inundated by saltwater from the tsunami. It's no wonder the vegetation is doing crappy. It's even possible they killed it off themselves to keep the ground-cover down so that the area is more navigable. Kind of a small sample area to judge the health of the local flora and fauna.
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Most plants don't like seawater too much either. Puts salt in the soil, kills em.
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It's spring in Japan, and the vegetation should be flourishing. I used to see a racoon there as well, and lots of birds, in the 30 mins I've been watching now, nothing. Plus there could well be a nasty event today.
Thread: Fukushima: Reactor 4 Emergency in 10 hours?????
And sorry, don't know how to take a screen shot.
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last year
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No it's not winter, it's spring. Japan is in the northern hemisphere.
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SCREENCAP.
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Is it winter over there?


How about learning to take a fuckin' screencap? The cam doesn't load for me.
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


:kjksjlier:
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Re: Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
Mushrooms are said to be in bloom. Just another reason to avoid the fungus.
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fall of 11' if salt was problem it would be dead then.
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Re: Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
Don't forget that the whole area was exposed to extensive foot and vehicle traffic, not to mention ruptured fuel and chemical tanks. And firefighting chemicals. And who knows what other chemicals in their efforts to make the area less radioactive. And the area was likely inundated by saltwater from the tsunami. It's no wonder the vegetation is doing crappy. It's even possible they killed it off themselves to keep the ground-cover down so that the area is more navigable. Kind of a small sample area to judge the health of the local flora and fauna.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14303964


I couldn't speak about the whole local flora and fauna, just what's visible in that webcam.

Regarding the extensive foot and vehicle traffic... hmmm, not really. Not around the vegetation shown in this webcam, that's for sure. There has been no ground activity in that area.
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Re: Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
Is it winter over there?


How about learning to take a fuckin' screencap? The cam doesn't load for me.
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


:kjksjlier:
 Quoting: Wonkish


That crane has not moved in months...I think.
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Re: Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
Thanks for the screenshot Wonkish. hf
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Re: Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
Is it winter over there?


How about learning to take a fuckin' screencap? The cam doesn't load for me.
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


No it's not winter, it's spring. Japan is in the northern hemisphere.
 Quoting: Vlad Tepes


Lol classic!

Link loaded fine for me after a refresh.

Interesting OP, TY.
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Re: Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
Not only that, they are criminally NOT WORKING TO FIX IT.

Ive seen the cam thousands of times,, ive never once seen a worker. And ive only once seen a crane actually move!
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Is it winter over there?


How about learning to take a fuckin' screencap? The cam doesn't load for me.
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


:kjksjlier:
 Quoting: Wonkish


WOW drastically different from what it looked like last year.

Whatever the status is you can always be sure that TEPCO are utter liars.
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Re: Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
does season pose a factor?
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hmm

only there??

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Is it winter over there?


How about learning to take a fuckin' screencap? The cam doesn't load for me.
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


:kjksjlier:
 Quoting: Wonkish


Is that another Tsunami coming in (center of pic)? ;)
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Re: Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
The Grass is dead
because if the Green Spray
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Re: Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
Don't forget that the whole area was exposed to extensive foot and vehicle traffic, not to mention ruptured fuel and chemical tanks. And firefighting chemicals. And who knows what other chemicals in their efforts to make the area less radioactive. And the area was likely inundated by saltwater from the tsunami. It's no wonder the vegetation is doing crappy. It's even possible they killed it off themselves to keep the ground-cover down so that the area is more navigable. Kind of a small sample area to judge the health of the local flora and fauna.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14303964


I couldn't speak about the whole local flora and fauna, just what's visible in that webcam.

Regarding the extensive foot and vehicle traffic... hmmm, not really. Not around the vegetation shown in this webcam, that's for sure. There has been no ground activity in that area.
 Quoting: Vlad Tepes


Just playing devil's advocate. I know about the Red Forest. I'm not quite sure how comparable they are. Chernobyl=Concentrated, Fukushima=? Chernobyl was on fire, which released actual radioactive fuel particles and ash into the environment which is insanely radioactive, while Fukushima had the hydrogen explosions that released radiation into the atmosphere but not the actual fuel itself. Then there's all of the irradiated seawater used to cool the fuel that leaked into the basement, but just how radioactive was/is that water? To tell if those plants received a lethal dose of radiation is difficult to say, without knowing the radioactivity of the stuff that was released.
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Re: Vegetation around Fukushima reactors is dead
It wasn't grass, it was trees, with birds in them.
I really do wish you'd go away Atom Boy, and let the grownups do their real research.
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Quake, Mag 6
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Quake, Mag 6
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


Where's CitizenPerth - I thought it was his personal mission to "warn" us all and get us to his blog.

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