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Sept 2012, the atmospheric releases are estimated at 10 million becquerrels per HOUR, TEPCO. Fukushima

 
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Sept 2012, the atmospheric releases are estimated at 10 million becquerrels per HOUR, TEPCO. Fukushima
For shame!... and we all sleep.....

per hour!

TEPCO Admissions, links, confirmation material and vids:

read this article for an awesome synopsis of the crisis...


<snips>
The Unforgettable Fire
(need read on fuku 4)
(you'll have to google as it is a non-site here)


Any answers I got back were simply attempts to reassure me that all was well and therefore they wouldn’t even try to monitor our food or water. They said it “wasn’t necessary” – but how could they know if they didn’t’ test?! Why aren’t they concerned that the greatest threat to the survival of humanity is not being adequately dealt with by the Japanese government?...

...The situation is getting worse. Radioactivity at the Fukushima NPP is higher now than it was even two months ago. Radioactive fallout is bioaccumulating. Although TEPCO, the company that runs the nuclear plant, have removed “test’ fuel rods, they will not even attempt to remove all the 1532 fuel rods from Unit #4 until December 2013. ...


...a. Your government will not warn you. In fact the government will even downplay the situation. The Japanese government did not tell the Japanese people for three months that there had been a triple meltdown at Fukushima. Eventually news was leaked that the British government worked closely with the nuclear industry after Fukushima to devise a plan to “show the safety of nuclear”!....

...The fact is that it took 10 months after the Fukushima disaster before it was revealed that our government did not release data from a Calgary Health Canada monitoring station that showed levels of radioactive Iodine 131 in rainwater that was above the Canadian guideline for drinking water. This radioisotope also showed up in Winnipeg and Ottawa.(The American government was more transparent. When they found levels of Iodine 131contamination in Virginia that were lower than those found in Calgary, they issued a "don't-drink-rainwater" advisory.)...

...Your mainstream media sources will not report it. How many articles have you seen in the mainstream media, telling you about the ongoing Fukushima problem. How many articles have you read about the contamination of our food supply? To get a good idea about why this is, listen to this interview on Nuclear Hotseat with Karl Grossman in which he explains why is it so impossible to bet the mainstream media to cover what is the most serious problem in the world.

Karl Grossman Demystifies Nuclear Media Manipulation...

...“Through his work tracing nitrogen from the ocean in the soil of the rainforest, University of Victoria biologist Tom Reimchen has shown that salmon are the largest source of nitrogen fertilizer delivered to the forest. After two to five years in the ocean, depending on the species, salmon return to their birthplace rich in marine nitrogen, which can be distinguished from the terrestrial nitrogen. Eagles, wolves, and bears consume the salmon and then spread the marine nitrogen when they urinate and defecate throughout the forest.”....

...These radioactive isotopes last for a long long time. You have to multiply the ½ lives of the radioisotopes by 10 to find out how long they will stay around. So Cesium lasts for 300 years. Plutonium 239 for over 243,000 years. Strontium 90 for 288 years. This radioactivity will not leave our planet in our lifetime.... (yes, they downplay this shit ALL THE TIME!) half life is 30 days... but that is a half life of the fast decaying isotopes... and no real measurement of how many half/ half lives remain toxic.. nice one....

It is our responsibility to stand up for the rights of children who are many times more susceptible to the effects of radiation and who will have to rely on responsible adults to provide them with clean air, water, food ,playgrounds and, in the worst case scenario, to evacuate them to safer, cleaner environments.



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FULL article here
[link to vancouvermonitoring.blogspot.ca]

... damn....

.. cold shutdown in feb = epic humanitarian fail....

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Re: Sept 2012, the atmospheric releases are estimated at 10 million becquerrels per HOUR, TEPCO. Fukushima
11/12/2012 You are more than stupid, maybe your stupid Mum punched you while still in her ugly Belly!

ty AC for wicked demonstration of incredulous information..

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 11/14/2012 08:25 AM
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GLP's best Fuku thread: Thread: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
twitter: @citizenperth
“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
- Albert Einstein
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Re: Sept 2012, the atmospheric releases are estimated at 10 million becquerrels per HOUR, TEPCO. Fukushima
I truly hope nuclear power comes to Western Australia.
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I truly hope nuclear power comes to Western Australia.
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it has in multiple forms over 50 years, and continues to do so.....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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GLP's best Fuku thread: Thread: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
twitter: @citizenperth
“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
- Albert Einstein
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Re: Sept 2012, the atmospheric releases are estimated at 10 million becquerrels per HOUR, TEPCO. Fukushima
Tremendous forces are assembled against anyone speaking out against nuclear.
Those who do are discredited and ridiculed as fear-mongerers and worse..

Those in government and in the nuclear industry realize that the average person is not going
to research to find the truth. Even if they find the truth... they face official and private denial.

It's much easier and more convenient for the masses to accept the lip service from the powers and go on
with their lives as though it is not happening.

But, it is happening.
And it won't go away for a long, long time.

As a matter of fact, it will get much worse as
nations without the 'safety culture' [lmao] of the current
participants increase their nuclear involvement.

We have killed ourselves....

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