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Fukushima in freefall: radioactive water filters taken offline, Tepco in desperation as leaks won't stop

 
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Yup, I've got that ringing in the ears, 0-0-0-DESTRUCT-0 feeling. Fukushima, war drums banging hard, floods, hail, wild fires, economy about to bust -- seems like the veil of DOOM has fallen...damnedzombiesdamned.
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Fukushima in freefall: radioactive water filters taken offline, Tepco in desperation as leaks just won't stop

(NaturalNews) After a 29-month cover-up, the Tokyo Electric Power Co (Tepco) is now calling for international help and has all but admitted Fukushima's radiation leaks are spiraling out of control. In addition to the leaking water storage units that are unleashing hundreds of tons of radioactive water each day, Tepco now says 50% of its contaminated water filtration capability has been taken offline due to corrosion.

The result is that radiation leaks are escalating out of control and attempted remediation efforts are faltering. This is in addition to the fact the Japanese government's attempted brainwashing propaganda campaign has also been exposed. It attempted to convince people that if they drank beer or smiled, they would be immune to radiation poisoning. (Yes, this is how desperate they've become...)

From day one, the Fukushima fiasco has been all about denial: Deny the leaks, shut off the radiation sensors, black out the news and fudge the science. Yet more than two years later, the denials are colliding with the laws of physics, and Tepco's cover stories are increasingly being blown wide open.

As Businessweek.com now reports, Japan seems to have no practical interest in solving this problem:

Russia's nuclear company, Rosatom, of which Rosenergoatom is a unit, sent Japan a 5 kilogram (11 pound) sample of an absorbent that could be used at Fukushima almost three years ago, Asmolov said. It also formed working groups ready to help Japan on health effect assessment, decontamination, and fuel management, among others, Asmolov said. The assistance was never used, he said.

That's because for Tepco to welcome any assistance, it would first have to admit it has a problem. And that's unacceptable in a business culture where egos run rampant and the idea of taking responsibility for your actions is considered abhorrent.

To save their own careers, Tepco experts would gladly sacrifice the health of millions of Japanese citizens.

27 families file suit against TEPCO

The problem with denial in the face of a world-class radiation disaster is that sooner or later the body bags start to pile up. Now, 74 people from 27 families are filing suit in the Osaka District Court, seeking 15 million Yen each for psychological and physical damage. (And they are the lucky ones who are still living.)

As Japan Times reports:

The group will argue that Tepco should have taken stronger measures to protect the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant from earthquakes and tsunami after the government's Headquarters for Earthquake Research Promotion warned in 2002 that there was a 20 percent chance of a magnitude 8 or so quake occurring in the Japan Trench in the Pacific Ocean within 30 years.

Fishing ban reinstated

Part of the Fukushima denial was the claim that fish were somehow not being irradiated by the numerous leaks of highly radioactive water. This cover-up was further enforced by lifting a fishing ban that had been announced in the days following the original Fukushima meltdown event in 2011.

Now that fishing ban has been reinstated. Australian reporter Mark Willacy visited the fishermen to get their reaction to the news, and what he reported sounds right in line with what we're seeing, too:

[The fishermen] are very angry. They've obviously believed that Tepco has been lying to them for weeks, if not months. You know, they seem to suggest that that the cover-ups get worse... They believe Tepco's probably sitting on more secrets that they don't want anyone to know about. So there's a feeling that Tepco just cannot be trusted and that these fisherman probably don't really feel like they have a future anymore.

Tepco lying? Say it isn't so!

Zeolites to the rescue?

In desperation, Tepco is now trying to figure out how to stop thousands of tons of radioactive water from leaking into groundwater supplies (and ultimately into the ocean).

Those ideas, according to CTV News in Canada, include things like "freezing" the soil around the leak, creating an underground ice barrier that would require ongoing freezing, presumably for hundreds of thousands of years. You'd probably need to build another nuclear power plant to power the freeze cores, come to think of it.

Another idea, put forth by Arnie Gundersen, arguably the most sane observer in all this, involves digging a 2-meter-wide trench all the way down to bedrock, then filling the trench with zeolites which scientists now reluctantly admit trap radioactive isotopes. Note carefully that when people talk about consuming zeolites as a detox liquid, many modern-day doctors call it "quackery." But when push comes to shove, even they have to admit zeolites absorb radioactive elements. (You can't argue with the laws of physics. Zeolites work!)

Tepco answers to no one

Tepco "...does not directly answer to any regulatory bodies, including the country's nuclear watchdog," reports CTV. Sounds a lot like Big Pharma and the FDA, doesn't it? Industry is running the regulators.

Gunderson goes on to explain in that same CTV article:

The Japanese government under Abe doesn't want to admit (to the cost) because they are trying to restart a nuclear energy program and the last thing they need to do is tell the Japanese people that 'oh by the way, you're on the hook for another half trillion dollars.'

The article goes on to reveal something rather startling:

Some experts believe some of the radioactive material from the damaged core has moved into the earth. The recent spike in radiation levels in the water may therefore be coming from groundwater coming into contact with the melted cores.

Whack-a-Mole!

Finally acknowledging over two years of utter bureaucratic failure and delusional propaganda, the Japanese government is now taking over the Fukushima cleanup effort. Today, Trade Minister Toshimitsu Motegi told the international press, "We've allowed Tokyo Electric to deal with the contaminated water situation on its own and they've essentially turned it into a game of 'Whack-a-Mole,'" reports Business Week

What's wrong with Whack-a-Mole? It's the wrong game, of course, Tepco would prefer we all played Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) instead so that everyone hops around like maniacs to avoid all the radiation.

Or better yet, how about the game of Hide-and-Seek? Where did all the radiation go? It's hiding! Oh, that's so much better, thank you!

"From now on, the government will move to the forefront," uttered Motegi, not realizing he was paraphrasing the anti-government derogatory phrase used in the USA: "We're from the government, and we're here to help."

Because when industry reaches a point of total bureaucratic failure resulting in a global disaster that threatens all life on the planet, everybody knows the obvious solution is to put the government in charge!

The government, you see, can simply pass a new law that says radiation is no longer considered dangerous. In an instant, the entire problem is solved and Japan saves hundreds of billions of dollars in cleanup costs. After all, if Obama can declare America's jobs disaster to be a "success," and if doctors can declare methyl mercury injected into children a "vaccine treatment," then why not allow the Japanese government to declare Fukushima solved?

Better yet, Japan should turn Fukushima into a cancer radiotherapy clinic where Americans can receive "radiation treatments" for cancer, because we all know that radiation prevents cancer, right? That's what the cancer clinics tell us, anyway.

Fukushima can become the world's newest medical tourism hot spot for cancer patients. Walk in with cancer and you'll walk out with so many other symptoms that you won't even notice the cancer anymore! That's the miracle of modern medical science. Sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline, of course.

"We have to stop calling these events nuclear disasters," I'd imagine a Japanese government official uttering any day now. "They are actually nuclear opportunities for job creation," he'll probably explain.

Sources for this article include:

[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

[link to www.abc.net.au]

[link to www.naturalnews.com]

SPACE123
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Maybe Syria is just a distraction from what's rising up from the Pacific to kill us all.
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I'm sure that President Obama is monitoring the situation and will take appropriate steps to safeguard the American people.
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how's about the U.S., U.K., Russia, China, and anyone
else who wants to come along, invade Japan and take
control of the situation in Fukushima?

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What about the rod removal from reactor 4, next week? redface
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thats what i tell the world but ?
 Quoting: drhoecker 45871839


that's what they built that huge building next to
and cantilevered above reactor building #4 for.

i mean, WTF? wtf

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IF there is any HONOR or DECENCY left in JAPAN now, then the Government should step in, arrest the entire Tepco Board of Directors and senior management and keep them in jail, perhaps next door to Fukushima Diachi power plant until they all begin to publicly tell the public the WHOLE TRUTH THAT THEY've KNOWN FOR TWO YEARS NOW! These are criminals who have cost the lives of MILLIONS. They deserve no better treatment or life than the victims will eventually receive.

Jailing all the Tepco Board and all senior managers of the company near to the site of Fukushima would be the fastest possible way to persuade them to come clean. Once their confessions have been obtained, they can be stripped of their wealth, and left to die in the radio-active cesspool they've created and allowed to contaminate have the world.

For those who prefer a more traditional way of trying them for their crimes and a more traditional punishment, then the World court in Den Hague could easily try them for crimes against humanity. They are no different than the Nazi War criminals from WWII, or their Japanese "ancestors" who attacked America and caused us to use nuclear weapons on the Island of Japan to stop the miserable war in the Pacific. We tried and executed dozens of the German and Japanese bastards from WWII.. Time to do the same, IMHO. Execution is almost too good for them. They really should be made to stay alive and witness the damage and death and destruction they've caused to happen to so many innocent citizens!

THESE MEN / WOMEN at TEPCO MGMT and their BOARD ARE NOTHING MORE THAN MASS MURDERERS AND CRIMINALS WHO HAVE COMMITTED A HEINOUS CRIME AGAINST THE PLANET AND IT"S PEOPLE!!

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Just wonderful.
The whole world goes to shit at once.
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With Obamacare as the cherry on the top come 2014!

If we're still here
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IF there is any HONOR or DECENCY left in JAPAN now, then the Government should step in, arrest the entire Tepco Board of Directors and senior management and keep them in jail, perhaps next door to Fukushima Diachi power plant until they all begin to publicly tell the public the WHOLE TRUTH THAT THEY've KNOWN FOR TWO YEARS NOW! These are criminals who have cost the lives of MILLIONS. They deserve no better treatment or life than the victims will eventually receive.

Jailing all the Tepco Board and all senior managers of the company near to the site of Fukushima would be the fastest possible way to persuade them to come clean. Once their confessions have been obtained, they can be stripped of their wealth, and left to die in the radio-active cesspool they've created and allowed to contaminate have the world.

For those who prefer a more traditional way of trying them for their crimes and a more traditional punishment, then the World court in Den Hague could easily try them for crimes against humanity. They are no different than the Nazi War criminals from WWII, or their Japanese "ancestors" who attacked America and caused us to use nuclear weapons on the Island of Japan to stop the miserable war in the Pacific. We tried and executed dozens of the German and Japanese bastards from WWII.. Time to do the same, IMHO. Execution is almost too good for them. They really should be made to stay alive and witness the damage and death and destruction they've caused to happen to so many innocent citizens!

THESE MEN / WOMEN at TEPCO MGMT and their BOARD ARE NOTHING MORE THAN MASS MURDERERS AND CRIMINALS WHO HAVE COMMITTED A HEINOUS CRIME AGAINST THE PLANET AND IT"S PEOPLE!!


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3063399


and don't forget that the Government of Japan is
directing and signing-off on everything TEPCO does.

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What about the rod removal from reactor 4, next week? redface
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That's scheduled for November, last I heard
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IF there is any HONOR or DECENCY left in JAPAN now, then the Government should step in, arrest the entire Tepco Board of Directors and senior management and keep them in jail, perhaps next door to Fukushima Diachi power plant until they all begin to publicly tell the public the WHOLE TRUTH THAT THEY've KNOWN FOR TWO YEARS NOW! These are criminals who have cost the lives of MILLIONS. They deserve no better treatment or life than the victims will eventually receive.

Jailing all the Tepco Board and all senior managers of the company near to the site of Fukushima would be the fastest possible way to persuade them to come clean. Once their confessions have been obtained, they can be stripped of their wealth, and left to die in the radio-active cesspool they've created and allowed to contaminate have the world.

For those who prefer a more traditional way of trying them for their crimes and a more traditional punishment, then the World court in Den Hague could easily try them for crimes against humanity. They are no different than the Nazi War criminals from WWII, or their Japanese "ancestors" who attacked America and caused us to use nuclear weapons on the Island of Japan to stop the miserable war in the Pacific. We tried and executed dozens of the German and Japanese bastards from WWII.. Time to do the same, IMHO. Execution is almost too good for them. They really should be made to stay alive and witness the damage and death and destruction they've caused to happen to so many innocent citizens!

THESE MEN / WOMEN at TEPCO MGMT and their BOARD ARE NOTHING MORE THAN MASS MURDERERS AND CRIMINALS WHO HAVE COMMITTED A HEINOUS CRIME AGAINST THE PLANET AND IT"S PEOPLE!!


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3063399


and don't forget that the Government of Japan is
directing and signing-off on everything TEPCO does.

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and, The Emperor is disgraced.

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fukushima is the fall guy for what really is coming!
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Pretty soon you won't be able to tell that the Japanese guys have little yellow dicks because they will be completely covered with scabs.......
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AWESOME!!!

If we were not ALREADY DOOMED enough with all this WAR doom..we have THIS bubbling and squeeking away in the background..

I LOVE THE DOOOOOOOM!!!!!!!!!!!

5aafro
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War isn't really doom, it's small beans and b.s., too bad the middle easterners get screwed, but this fuku business is the real deal man, it is slow, creepy, invasive and incredibly resilient and long-lived, it's going to be a long time before nature can right itself and it's already done, finished. Just dance the dance anyway and maybe smoke some weed. I useta do drugs, I still do, but I useta too, but now its for a new reason. Because the world is not worth paying attention to and when I spend a few minutes (turns to hours) writing this stuff for all of you, the sad thing is no one really reads it, so I'm turning it off and for the most part I will be posting short, irreverent and sometimes downright lewd and offensive comments b/c it's not going to be recognised either way, just like an individuals effort in the bigger picture. Just be a good guy, live an uninvasive life and do the right thing... and take psychedelics. That is ALL.
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is TEPCO going to abandon the site and just let it do whatever?
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From what I gather they already have.

Who would want to hang about a place that is pi*sing out Radiation in every direction.
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Murphy's LAW,If shit can happen,it WILL!!!scared
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Fukushima will kill many of us within the next 200 years.
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What about the rod removal from reactor 4, next week? redface
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That's scheduled for November, last I heard
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The cranes are still working...redface!!

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]
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OMG.
Oh wait this is old news, years old!
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Forget about religion, forget about politics...reality is here:

Thread: What happens to the OTHER nuclear power plants when Japan is evacuated?
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I'm sure that President Obama is monitoring the situation and will take appropriate steps to safeguard the American people.
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rolleyes
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Sounds almost as bad as the new sf bay bridge construction
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Fukushima will kill many of us within the next 200 years.
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Everyone on the face of this planet will be dead anyway within the next 200 years
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That's 100 years fron natural causes
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You know, I am inclined to think that Tepco and the government has known all along exactly how this was going to play out. They have had access to the advice of real nuclear experts and engineers from the beginning.

Who have probably told them that about the only thing they could do was to keep pouring water on everything and try to keep it as cool as possible. Doing this in order to buy enough time to rebuild a system that could deal with the stored fuel rod assembly's.

Knowing that there was a definite saturation point that the ground in the area would reach, at which time the foundations of the buildings would start to sink and collapse. Probably knowing within a pretty accurate time frame when that would be.

Also knowing that the tank storage system that they were slamming together would only be structurally sound for a limited time period, but that they had to be built that way. Since it was the only way to build them quickly enough to keep up with storage demands.

The main requirement being to get those fuel rods out of there before it all collapsed and radiation problems become exponentially worse.

Keeping all this quiet and showing thirty and fifty year clean up plans to the public in order to keep people from panicking.

Lying through their teeth right from the beginning.
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They knew how to wait until the perfect moment in time to get sweet sweet revenge on the world for the devastation suffered long ago.
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AWESOME!!!

If we were not ALREADY DOOMED enough with all this WAR doom..we have THIS bubbling and squeeking away in the background..

I LOVE THE DOOOOOOOM!!!!!!!!!!!

5aafro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 45863185


War isn't really doom, it's small beans and b.s., too bad the middle easterners get screwed, but this fuku business is the real deal man, it is slow, creepy, invasive and incredibly resilient and long-lived, it's going to be a long time before nature can right itself and it's already done, finished. Just dance the dance anyway and maybe smoke some weed. I useta do drugs, I still do, but I useta too, but now its for a new reason. Because the world is not worth paying attention to and when I spend a few minutes (turns to hours) writing this stuff for all of you, the sad thing is no one really reads it, so I'm turning it off and for the most part I will be posting short, irreverent and sometimes downright lewd and offensive comments b/c it's not going to be recognised either way, just like an individuals effort in the bigger picture. Just be a good guy, live an uninvasive life and do the right thing... and take psychedelics. That is ALL.
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Try 2 keep a clear head for a bit longer. We need people like you on this forum. You say it like it is 'bro'

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And then there is this...

[link to en.jinf.jp]
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What about the rod removal from reactor 4, next week? redface
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thats what i tell the world but ?
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I don't see the rod removal ending well. The rods must be brittle by now, plus there is the debris issue to worry about.
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AWESOME!!!

If we were not ALREADY DOOMED enough with all this WAR doom..we have THIS bubbling and squeeking away in the background..

I LOVE THE DOOOOOOOM!!!!!!!!!!!

5aafro
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The 'phony war' is the distraction from THIS!^^^^^
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Most likely correct!
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yeah this doom is all building to something... one event...

it only takes one event to bring down the house of cards. when food trucks are not delivering food, that's when shit gets real.
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and will you knowingly take the mark of the beast so you can buy and sell under the new one world order system of the antichrist?

or will you simply be deceived and follow what many will believe is the one to be worshipped?

guess time will tell

most will, sadly

simply so they can buy and sell

not realizing his system will only be in place 5 months

life in flesh is a virtual blink of the eye as compared to Eternity

it certainly won't be worth it in the long run
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And then there is this...

[link to en.jinf.jp]
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Proving that there are still delusional people in this world regardless of how bad a situation is.
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Maybe Japan needs to send in some of those cool robots they have to remove the fuel rods and throw some cat litter on the pools of leakages