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Tuesday, August 27, 2013
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
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Tags: Fukushima, radiation leaks, desperation

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(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!

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Ack! I can't take it anymore. I'm going to bed Cp. Thanks for keeping us updated and much love to you my friend.

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India will be affected????
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I'm pinning this. God save us all.
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India will be affected????
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Everyone wil be affected. In time the whole world.
Can never eat fish again.
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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.

hmmm well as it happened 2 1/2 years ago that may tell a story of it's own.

Maybe it is time to tell the truth (or at least LOOK AT THE FACTS) about what actually happened in the first place.

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In the latest round of Fuku fear porn, ENE news has Saski yakking about a water leak from a storage tank out at reactor 3. Why is this laughable? Because it's so much worse than that, that talking about a little water with a little dissolved nuclear material is a little bit like saying an axe murderer had a pin fall out of his pocket that someone stepped on after the axe murderer killed half the city.

The real axe was reactors 1 and 2 destroyed by Stuxnet, and reactor 3 getting it's guts blown everywhere by a nuke, compliments of Israeli "security" firm Magna BSP. This latest round of Fuku fear is only to hide how grave the situation really is, where the initial inspection of the impossible scenario lead to the immediate deaths of three fukushima workers, followed by Japan figuring out that Fuku had to be cleaned up via remote control and robots because reactor 3 was absolutely lethal to approach from outside, let alone what was left of the containment from the inside.


So the big question is, since so much worse than a little water spill has already happened, WHY is ENE news spouting off about a little water when the real deal is solid fuel laying out in the open?
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No need to panic. President Obama is monitoring the sitiation.
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magnegas.com they need to employ this technology can clean up whole mess
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Ack! I can't take it anymore. I'm going to bed Cp. Thanks for keeping us updated and much love to you my friend.

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The tanks which TEPCO erected to hold radioactive water are leaking at the seams and TEPCO is at a loss as to what they must do next. The situation is beyond horrible... soon it will be beyond 'horrorific'.

I love Japan... lived there for 22 years...

"Cry the beloved country"! to borrow a phrase from another writer in another country.
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selfish irresponsible people, bet they can't wait for the war to start
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Is Chernobyl still leeking
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Is Chernobyl still leeking
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yes, the new shroud is being almost ready.... then the next.. then the next.. then the........
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More irresponsible garbage from CP.

Fukushima leak cleaned up
[link to www.world-nuclear-news.org]

"The company has also increased its monitoring of drainage channels that take rainwater to sea. Where these meet the sea, caesium-134 and beta radiation were below the limits of detection while caesium-137 was found at a trace amounts of 18 becquerels per litre (Bq/l). This is less radioactivity per litre than naturally present in one banana. Further inland, nearer to the faulty tank, there was no detected caesium while beta radiation was at 93 Bq/l. This compares to some 80 million Bq/l in the original leaked water, indicating this is not reaching the sea in any significant quantity, if at all."
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Is Chernobyl still leeking
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They just had a spoof on Chernobyl last night on the national news.

They were showing all the lush green plants, but then they ended it with saying, It "won't be safe for humans for another 20,000 years!"

[link to abcnews.go.com]

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More irresponsible garbage from CP.

Fukushima leak cleaned up
[link to www.world-nuclear-news.org]

"The company has also increased its monitoring of drainage channels that take rainwater to sea. Where these meet the sea, caesium-134 and beta radiation were below the limits of detection while caesium-137 was found at a trace amounts of 18 becquerels per litre (Bq/l). This is less radioactivity per litre than naturally present in one banana. Further inland, nearer to the faulty tank, there was no detected caesium while beta radiation was at 93 Bq/l. This compares to some 80 million Bq/l in the original leaked water, indicating this is not reaching the sea in any significant quantity, if at all."
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Bananas and radiation – the nuclear lobby’s favourite lie
by Christina MacPherson
When you eat a banana, your body’s level of Potassium-40 doesn’t increase. You just get rid of some excess Potassium-40. The net dose of a banana is zero.

Bananas aren’t really going to give anyone “a more realistic assessment of actual risk”, they’re just going to further distort the picture.

banana-happyFukushima: Think Low Level Radiation Is Harmless? Think Again… UKIAH BLOG In Around the web on August 25, 2013Time to combat radiation threat From WASHINGTON’S BLOG

”…………Nuclear apologists pretend that people are exposed to more radiation from bananas than from Fukushima.

But unlike low-levels of radioactive potassium found in bananas – which our bodies have adapted to over many years – cesium-137 and iodine 131 are brand new, extremely dangerous substances.

The EPA explains:

The human body is born with potassium-40 [the type of radiation found in bananas] in its tissues and it is the most common radionuclide in human tissues and in food. We evolved in the presence of potassium-40 and our bodies have well-developed repair mechanisms to respond to its effects. The concentration of potassium-40 in the human body is constant and not affected by concentrations in the environment.

Wikipedia notes:

The amount of potassium (and therefore of 40K) in the human body is fairly constant because of homeostatsis, so that any excess absorbed from food is quickly compensated by the elimination of an equal amount.

It follows that the additional radiation exposure due to eating a banana lasts only for a few hours after ingestion, namely the time it takes for the normal potassium contents of the body to be restored by the kidneys. Read more of this post

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Huge radiation: Estimated 276 quadrillion Bq of Cs-137 entered Fukushima basements

by Christina MacPherson

Water with nuclear fuel coming up from ocean floor off Fukushima coast? Tokyo Professor: 156 quadrillion Bq of Cs-137 once in basements — Double Chernobyl; Getting close to total fallout from every atomic bomb test in history — May be outputting from seeps in seafloor, I don’t know (VIDEO)

[link to enenews.com]

Title: Long-term Sources: To what extent are marine sediments, coastal groundwater, and rivers a source of ongoing contamination?

Source: Science Symposium at University of Tokyo
Date: Nov. 13, 2012

Professor Jota Kanda, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology:

Jota Kanda Highlight - Science Symposium at University of Tokyo

In the basement of the reactor housings […] they used to have 156 petabecquerels of Cs-137 […]

156 is a huge amount. Double the amount released from Chernobyl, even getting close to the value released from global fallout from bomb testing. [...

The volume remains about the same, presumably because of the inflow of groundwater into the basement.

If there is inputting of groundwater, there might be outputting of groundwater, I don’t know.

The possible groundwater seepage from near by seafloor — that’s something I think. However we have no data indicative of this seep from the seafloor.

Watch Kanda’s presentation here

See also:

Kanda: There may be other sources of contamination stored up inside Fukushima plant’s infrastructure — If it gets into the ocean it will have “devastating impact“
Tokyo Professor: Cesium hot spots almost 100 times greater than surrounding area in seabed soil a mile offshore Fukushima plant

Japan Expert: Contamination from Fukushima flowing beneath seafloor? “Could spring up outside the port“

Nuclear Expert: Fukushima melted fuel is drifting in ocean and onto land, lacking any containment — It ends up on coastline and blows into communities — People get an exceptional dose — Health harm will go on for thousands, if not tens of thousands of years (AUDIO)

Nuclear Engineer: Estimated 276 quadrillion Bq of Cs-137 entered Fukushima basements -- Triple Chernobyl total release -- A portion "has already made its way to aquifer, whence it can easily flow into sea"

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On a scale of 1 to 10, my worry level is a nine. Yet, when I talk about it to people, they inform that it's conspiracy theory.
I'd say the American people are just as uninformed as the Japanese about the potential impact this may have on our country too.

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India will be affected????
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India is fucked, but not because of radiation...not even because you worship cows and drink their piss, nor because you throw your babies off the roof for good luck...but during the pole shift, you guys sink and go into the ocean.
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yes, the new shroud is being almost ready.... then the next.. then the next.. then the........
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CP, do you know how many children already have Thyroid-cancer?
Do they record this or also swept under the table..hiding
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please dont use naturalnews.com as a legitimate source. Its worse than Sorchaa.
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I'm more convinced as each day passes, CP, has absolutely know idea about what he is talking about.

Fear mongering over WATER leaks at Fukushima Dai-ichi

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I’ll start with the bottom line first: despite all word to the contrary, there is no reason for anyone to be concerned that “contaminated” water from the damaged Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station is going to cause them any physical harm, now or in the future. The only way my bottom line statement could possibly be wrong is if some really nutty activists decide to occupy the site and drink directly from the water tanks that have been assumed to be leaking. Those nutty activists would have to be very patient people, because they would have to drink that water for many years before any negative effects might show up.

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please dont use naturalnews.com as a legitimate source. Its worse than Sorchaa.
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point taken.. and i don't
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Whatdid you expect?, NASA to fix it?.

What a joke, you need Aliens with high technologies help.

Nothing less.
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CP, do you know how many children already have Thyroid-cancer?
Do they record this or also swept under the table..hiding
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18 at last count with 100k still to be tested.. on tepco time of course.....
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Tuesday, August 27, 2013
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
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Tags: Fukushima, radiation leaks, desperation

Learn more: [link to www.naturalnews.com]

(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!

Sources for this article include:
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Then our fate is sealed by this news.this news we all new the outcome after the blasts,now this has been ongoing for over 2 years,yes we all have eat and drank Fukushima radiation many times over in fact we have eat and drank so much Fukushima radiation in the last 2 years we are all DEAD.
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I'm more convinced as each day passes, CP, has absolutely know idea about what he is talking about.

Fear mongering over WATER leaks at Fukushima Dai-ichi

Rod Adams · August 27, 2013 · 28 Comments
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I’ll start with the bottom line first: despite all word to the contrary, there is no reason for anyone to be concerned that “contaminated” water from the damaged Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station is going to cause them any physical harm, now or in the future. The only way my bottom line statement could possibly be wrong is if some really nutty activists decide to occupy the site and drink directly from the water tanks that have been assumed to be leaking. Those nutty activists would have to be very patient people, because they would have to drink that water for many years before any negative effects might show up.

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you'll need better than that pro-tepco boy.....
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08/28/2013 07:26 AM
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Thank you for your continuous up-dates...
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08/28/2013 07:35 AM
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I am now thinking its going be better if they drop the bomb and take us all out in a instant,there is not going be enough pain killers for us all, our earth will be heard screaming from space,if there is a God or Alien or Ison then let us pray they turn up soon.

May your God be with you,if you have no God then you better get one.
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08/28/2013 07:36 AM
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Re: Fukushima in freefall: radioactive water filters taken offline, Tepco in desperation as leaks just won't stop leaking.. nothing to stop it now...
Its been 2 years now and they are asking for help NOW!!! tHE FOOLS ARE GOING TO KILL US ALL!!!

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