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It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Fukushima Fallout Threat and Cover Up Continues

Not sure if I can link this, Veteran's Today may be on the list....

Tried to link and no dice. Google for the answer. It's a current military veteran's publication.
"Well-behaved women seldom make history." —Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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As Reuters points out: ” Unlike some other compounds, radioactive cesium does not quickly sink to the sea bottom but remains dispersed in the water column, from the surface to the ocean floor. Fish can swim right through it, ingesting it through their gills, by taking in seawater or by eating organisms.. “

As CNN notes: ” Neither (of the scientists who tested the fish) thought they were likely to find cesium at all, they said. And since the fish tested were born about a year before the disaster, “This year’s fish are going to be really interesting,” Madigan said.

“There were fish born around the time of the accident, and those are the ones showing up in California right now,” he said. “Those have been, for the most part, swimming around in those contaminated waters their whole lives.”

In other words, the 15 fish tested were only exposed to radiation for a short time. But Bluefin arriving in California now will have been exposed to the Fukushima radiation for much longer.

--Below comments from me--

Can't link the article - It's a US Veteran publication if you want to google.

Last Edited by Southern OR on 05/15/2013 12:45 AM
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I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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Solar, Solar, Solar, been staring us in the face (pun intended), free and available... how we were twisted not to see it, in full and complete development in Aus.... we sell money BACK to the grid..... we are mind washed otherwise, clouded and cold... bullshit.. it works now on UV..........
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Do you Know how much Waste is Produced
for a Fee Quadrat-Meter of Solar Panelos?

They do Not come for free and they Need
Batteries, Solar Energy is, at the Moment,
Unbare to produce enough Energy
In a good Ratio!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39612265


so, pro-nuclear, anti-alternative

showing the true colors.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


HAHAHAAH BITE ME!!!!!


It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Waterbug - Man, where to start. I know we are "imaginary" friends but I wish you healing. I hope you are concentrating on your health and doing what you need to do. Much love and respect sent your direction!
"Well-behaved women seldom make history." —Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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Waterbug - Man, where to start. I know we are "imaginary" friends but I wish you healing. I hope you are concentrating on your health and doing what you need to do. Much love and respect sent your direction!
 Quoting: Southern OR


agreed... bug?.. if you need a chat you got my contact details :)
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
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sic ut vos es vos should exsisto , denego alius vicis facio vos change , exsisto youself , proprie

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“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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Solar, Solar, Solar, been staring us in the face (pun intended), free and available... how we were twisted not to see it, in full and complete development in Aus.... we sell money BACK to the grid..... we are mind washed otherwise, clouded and cold... bullshit.. it works now on UV..........
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Do you Know how much Waste is Produced
for a Fee Quadrat-Meter of Solar Panelos?

They do Not come for free and they Need
Batteries, Solar Energy is, at the Moment,
Unbare to produce enough Energy
In a good Ratio!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39612265


so, pro-nuclear, anti-alternative

showing the true colors.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Your Brain is too small also today, same like yesterday
and all the Days before!

I am not Pro-Nuclear and i am not Anti-Alternative
you use here your disinformation Tactic, well known for the real Shills!

The ugly side of solar panels
New research shows, albeit unintentional, that generating electricity with solar panels can also be a very bad idea. In some cases, producing electricity by solar panels releases more greenhouse gases than producing electricity by gas or even coal.
Read it: [link to www.lowtechmagazine.com]

Is Solar Power More Dangerous Than Nuclear?
(bny the IAEA!!!)
[link to www.iaea.org]

Danger: Solar Panels Can Be Hazardous to Your Health
t’s easy to think that solar panels can do no wrong— after all, they will help lead us out of our energy crisis, right? Unfortunately, these shining beacons of hope produce toxic e-waste just like cell phones, TVs, and computers. A report released today by the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition admonishes the solar industry to face its e-waste problem head on or risk “repeating the mistakes made by the microelectronics industry.”

The SVTC warns that solar panel production creates many of the same toxic byproducts as those found in semiconductor production, including silicon tetrachloride, dusts, and greenhouse gases like sulfur hexafluoride. These byproducts aren’t anything to scoff at— silicon tetrachloride, for example, makes land unsuitable for growing crops. And for each ton of polysilicon produced, four tons of silicon tetrachloride are generated.
[link to cleantechnica.com]

There is a lot of Research Material for the People who really want to know it, just use your Search Engine
and forget the stupidity of Cp, he is like a blind Man in front of an Elephant!
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Solar, Solar, Solar, been staring us in the face (pun intended), free and available... how we were twisted not to see it, in full and complete development in Aus.... we sell money BACK to the grid..... we are mind washed otherwise, clouded and cold... bullshit.. it works now on UV..........
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Do you Know how much Waste is Produced
for a Fee Quadrat-Meter of Solar Panelos?

They do Not come for free and they Need
Batteries, Solar Energy is, at the Moment,
Unbare to produce enough Energy
In a good Ratio!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39612265


so, pro-nuclear, anti-alternative

showing the true colors.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Your Brain is too small also today, same like yesterday
and all the Days before!

I am not Pro-Nuclear and i am not Anti-Alternative
you use here your disinformation Tactic, well known for the real Shills!

The ugly side of solar panels
New research shows, albeit unintentional, that generating electricity with solar panels can also be a very bad idea. In some cases, producing electricity by solar panels releases more greenhouse gases than producing electricity by gas or even coal.
Read it: [link to www.lowtechmagazine.com]

Is Solar Power More Dangerous Than Nuclear?
(bny the IAEA!!!)
[link to www.iaea.org]

Danger: Solar Panels Can Be Hazardous to Your Health
t’s easy to think that solar panels can do no wrong— after all, they will help lead us out of our energy crisis, right? Unfortunately, these shining beacons of hope produce toxic e-waste just like cell phones, TVs, and computers. A report released today by the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition admonishes the solar industry to face its e-waste problem head on or risk “repeating the mistakes made by the microelectronics industry.”

The SVTC warns that solar panel production creates many of the same toxic byproducts as those found in semiconductor production, including silicon tetrachloride, dusts, and greenhouse gases like sulfur hexafluoride. These byproducts aren’t anything to scoff at— silicon tetrachloride, for example, makes land unsuitable for growing crops. And for each ton of polysilicon produced, four tons of silicon tetrachloride are generated.
[link to cleantechnica.com]

There is a lot of Research Material for the People who really want to know it, just use your Search Engine
and forget the stupidity of Cp, he is like a blind Man in front of an Elephant!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39612265


HAHAAHAHAAHAHAHAAHAHA........



stick your knowledge where the sun don't shine.....

before you attack me, the messenger... try a little research........

Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 05/15/2013 02:15 AM
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Cp, you are not a Messenger but a sick Person (F.30.2 maybe)

And you can use your laughable RT as many Times as you want
but this is not for the benefit of a Discussion!

The Risks to Workers Manufacturing Solar Panels


Fact is, fifty different cancer-causing chemicals are used to manufacture solar panels. Examples of these chemicals, include cadmium and arsenic. Without doubt, workers in the solar industry making and disposing solar panels are at highest risk for health issues.
[link to www.renewableenergygeek.ca]

Here, the stupid Australians, too stupid Chuckle

Green deaths: The forgotten dangers of solar panels
In recent years, thousands of solar panels have been placed on Australian roofs, and millions installed around the world. But how safe are they?

According to Safework Australia, each year about 30 Australians die in falls from a height, although the number of people involved in installing or maintaining solar panels is not broken down.

Some falls involving people installing or maintaining solar panels are not reported as part of work-related statistics, and then there are people electrocuted when they come into contact with power lines.

In California, where solar panels have been embraced enthusiastically, there has been a rash of deaths like this one, this one, and another three in quick succession. However, it is a worldwide phenomenon, so much so that statistics show roofing is more dangerous than coal mining.
[link to asiancorrespondent.com]

You know nothing, Ploerb!
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Cp, you are not a Messenger but a sick Person (F.30.2 maybe)

And you can use your laughable RT as many Times as you want
but this is not for the benefit of a Discussion!

The Risks to Workers Manufacturing Solar Panels


Fact is, fifty different cancer-causing chemicals are used to manufacture solar panels. Examples of these chemicals, include cadmium and arsenic. Without doubt, workers in the solar industry making and disposing solar panels are at highest risk for health issues.
[link to www.renewableenergygeek.ca]

Here, the stupid Australians, too stupid Chuckle

Green deaths: The forgotten dangers of solar panels
In recent years, thousands of solar panels have been placed on Australian roofs, and millions installed around the world. But how safe are they?

According to Safework Australia, each year about 30 Australians die in falls from a height, although the number of people involved in installing or maintaining solar panels is not broken down.

Some falls involving people installing or maintaining solar panels are not reported as part of work-related statistics, and then there are people electrocuted when they come into contact with power lines.

In California, where solar panels have been embraced enthusiastically, there has been a rash of deaths like this one, this one, and another three in quick succession. However, it is a worldwide phenomenon, so much so that statistics show roofing is more dangerous than coal mining.
[link to asiancorrespondent.com]

You know nothing, Ploerb!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39612265


reeeeeeeeeeeeach Ab.............. reeeeeeeeeaaaaaaach.....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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@ Cp.,
what have you done to stop the Australian Uranium Mines?
(the fuel for the Daiichi Plant is from Oz.!)

Why do you not focus on something local instead of crying "Wolf, Wolf, Wolf ...." every single day and contribute
that many People are saturated with this Topic?

Look, since a few days you make such a big Wave
because of Ten Thousand Bq a Day but it seams
like that you are willed to forget the Billions
of Bq. in the Australian Uranium Mines!
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@ Cp.,
what have you done to stop the Australian Uranium Mines?
(the fuel for the Daiichi Plant is from Oz.!)

Why do you not focus on something local instead of crying "Wolf, Wolf, Wolf ...." every single day and contribute
that many People are saturated with this Topic?

Look, since a few days you make such a big Wave
because of Ten Thousand Bq a Day but it seams
like that you are willed to forget the Billions
of Bq. in the Australian Uranium Mines!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39612265


because i can

reta

fupic

hentaidoom
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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- Albert Einstein
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@ Cp.,
what have you done to stop the Australian Uranium Mines?
(the fuel for the Daiichi Plant is from Oz.!)

Why do you not focus on something local instead of crying "Wolf, Wolf, Wolf ...." every single day and contribute
that many People are saturated with this Topic?

Look, since a few days you make such a big Wave
because of Ten Thousand Bq a Day but it seams
like that you are willed to forget the Billions
of Bq. in the Australian Uranium Mines!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39612265


because i can


 Quoting: Citizenperth


Because you are a Shill!

Because it is the only thing you can do?
(Wolf, Wolf, there is a Wolf ......)

Distraction and Misinformation is a/ your Tactic!
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@ Cp.,
what have you done to stop the Australian Uranium Mines?
(the fuel for the Daiichi Plant is from Oz.!)

Why do you not focus on something local instead of crying "Wolf, Wolf, Wolf ...." every single day and contribute
that many People are saturated with this Topic?

Look, since a few days you make such a big Wave
because of Ten Thousand Bq a Day but it seams
like that you are willed to forget the Billions
of Bq. in the Australian Uranium Mines!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39612265


because i can


 Quoting: Citizenperth


Because you are a Shill!

Because it is the only thing you can do?
(Wolf, Wolf, there is a Wolf ......)

Distraction and Misinformation is my Tactic!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39612265


is it?... you should change your tactic then.......

Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 05/15/2013 03:00 AM
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@ Cp.,
Oh my God, what a deadly Attack Chuckle


byekitty
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@ Cp.,
Oh my God, what a deadly Attack Chuckle


byekitty
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not as good as your government about to ok release of irradiated water into international waters..... can see that in your favour..... i'm mild in comparison... you think the international community will do nothing if something else happens at your precious plants? Hope you got diapers on.........

Chuckle

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Powerful 3 girl high school play from japan......

[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]
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Experts say reactor sits on active fault

An expert panel of Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority has officially concluded that a reactor on the country's Sea of Japan side sits on an active fault.

The panel compiled its final report on the Number 2 reactor of the Tsuruga plant in central Japan on Wednesday. Experts had examined the site for 6 months.

Government safety guidelines ban building of reactors above faults that can move and cause earthquakes.

The finding prohibits the plant's operator, Japan Atomic Power, from putting the reactor back into operation unless the utility produces data overturning the panel's decision. If it fails, the reactor may have to be scrapped.
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Monju ordered not to prepare for reactor restart

Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority has decided to issue orders not to prepare to restart the Monju fast-breeder reactor in Tsuruga, Fukui Prefecture.

The prototype reactor, currently offline, generates power using plutonium extracted from spent nuclear fuel.

The decision was made at the NRA's meeting on Wednesday. It was based on results of earlier inspections.

A government inspection last year found more than 9,800 missed checkups for equipment at the reactor.
It was later found that the reactor's operator, the Japan Atomic Energy Agency, failed to make thorough safety checks despite submitting a report promising to improve safety procedures.

At the meeting on Wednesday NRA chief Shunichi Tanaka and other participants criticized the operator for repeating irregularities.
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Waterbug - Man, where to start. I know we are "imaginary" friends but I wish you healing. I hope you are concentrating on your health and doing what you need to do. Much love and respect sent your direction!
 Quoting: Southern OR


agreed... bug?.. if you need a chat you got my contact details :)
 Quoting: Citizenperth


yeh hope things good, as can be my friend
and yeh this imaginary way of connecting to like minds is not my boat, but am feeling befriended by all, thankful and indebted, in this sea of ignorance.
much love and respect from me too man.
rawpaulhf

'thc' from ganja destroys cancerous cells on contact (there are over 60 other cannabiniods..) theres no/minute toxicity in the plant either, on par with common grasses, the body holds onto its constituent parts... another reason why its so controlled by babylon. i've seen and heard nothing but miracles when taken as a medical herb (if such info needed, God forbid)
bless up, to all : )
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Thread: Thanks G4G for link... More Mystery Black substance in Japan: extreme radioactivity levels — Over 170,000 CPM

Newest black substance news is shocking.....
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Radio Broadcast.. great!.. idea to transport all the waste back to OZ..... hands up who wants to be responsible: noted: "stored in spent fuel pools, until development, yes, development of long term underground storage"

read the topic... and you can see the 'is safe' BS all through it....

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Japan to open nuclear plant
It took more than 20 years to build and cost nearly $30 billion. Now Japan's state-of-the-art nuclear fuel reprocessing plant is about to open. The plant in the far north of the country will be capable of turning spent nuclear fuel into eight tonnes of plutonium each year. The Japanese say the weapons grade plutonium will only be used for power generation, but that hasn't soothed American concerns about the security of the stockpile and the possible effect on a regional arms race. North Asia correspondent Mark Willacy was given an exclusive look inside the Rokkasho nuclear complex.

MARK WILLACY, REPORTER: With 17,000 tonnes of spent nuclear fuel sitting in pools like this across the country, Japan wants to reprocess it and use it again to generate electricity. It spent $28 billion building this reprocessing plant here at Rokkasho, which is capable of turning this used fuel into eight tonnes of plutonium every year.

TAKASHI AKASAKA, JAPAN NUCLEAR FUEL LTD (voiceover translation): We started constructing the plant 20 years ago and it'll be completed in October. We need this plant because Japan doesn't have its own energy resources.

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Japan to open nuclear plant
It took more than 20 years to build and cost nearly $30 billion. Now Japan's state-of-the-art nuclear fuel reprocessing plant is about to open. The plant in the far north of the country will be capable of turning spent nuclear fuel into eight tonnes of plutonium each year. The Japanese say the weapons grade plutonium will only be used for power generation, but that hasn't soothed American concerns about the security of the stockpile and the possible effect on a regional arms race. North Asia correspondent Mark Willacy was given an exclusive look inside the Rokkasho nuclear complex.

MARK WILLACY, REPORTER: With 17,000 tonnes of spent nuclear fuel sitting in pools like this across the country, Japan wants to reprocess it and use it again to generate electricity. It spent $28 billion building this reprocessing plant here at Rokkasho, which is capable of turning this used fuel into eight tonnes of plutonium every year.

TAKASHI AKASAKA, JAPAN NUCLEAR FUEL LTD (voiceover translation): We started constructing the plant 20 years ago and it'll be completed in October. We need this plant because Japan doesn't have its own energy resources.

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IAEA, Iran fail to reach deal on inspections

Officials from Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency have failed to reach an agreement over inspections of an Iranian military facility suspected of being linked to a nuclear arms program.

It was the 10th time such talks had failed in the last year and a half.

IAEA inspection team chief Herman Nackaerts met Iranian envoy Ali Asghar Soltanieh on Wednesday in Vienna, Austria.

They discussed a framework to allow IAEA officials to enter the facility in suburban Tehran.

After more than 8 hours of talks, Nackaerts said their efforts had proven unsuccessful.
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Hmm... hard to believe... 20 liters instead of 120 tons?... hahaha!...

Leak in Fukushima plant tank far smaller than earlier estimated

The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex said Thursday that around 20 liters of radioactive water escaped from the first of three underground water tanks found to have leaked at the plant, much smaller than the earlier estimate of 120 tons.

Tokyo Electric Power Co. also said most of the 20 liters of water is believed to have remained within leak-detecting equipment located close to the No. 2 tank and did not seep into the soil.
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Antinuclear activists on hunger strike over gov't lawsuit

Japanese antinuclear campaigners went on a hunger strike Thursday to press the government to drop a lawsuit demanding the removal of their tents erected on the premises of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in central Tokyo.

About 10 people sat down in chairs in front of the tents, wearing headbands and "happi" coats saying, "We are not removing the tents. We are against the restart of nuclear power reactors."

"People who are fighting for the end of nuclear power generation meet here and get information here," said Setsuko Kuroda, 62, who frequently visits the tents from Koriyama, Fukushima Prefecture.
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SAN ONOFRE RESTART ODDS DIM

A federal panel on nuclear safety has called for a full public hearing on a proposal to restart a damaged reactor at the San Onofre nuclear plant, siding in large part with the environmental group Friends of the Earth in an order published Monday.

The Atomic Licensing and Safety Board found that the destructive vibrations among steam generator tubes that have sidelined San Onofre are not accounted for in the plant’s official safety blueprint, known as the updated Final Safety Analysis Report.

Murray Jennex, a former systems engineer at San Onofre for nearly 20 years who now teaches at San Diego State University’s College of Business Administration, said the order likely pushes back a final decision on restarting the Unit 2 reactor until after summer.

“I won’t say this is a death blow to Unit 2, but it does make restart less likely,” Jennex said. “If approved, the additional downtime makes the Unit 2 restart more complex and costly due to corrosion issues from sitting.”

Edison and minority plant owner San Diego Gas & Electric have shouldered nearly $700 million in repairs and replacement power costs that they hope to pass on to customers. The California Public Utilities Commission opened a first round of hearings Monday that will help determine who pays for outage-related costs — utility customers or corporate stockholders.
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Alcohol discovered within Protected Area at Monticello Nuclear Power Plant

Workers at the Monticello nuclear power plant in Minnesota discovered a small bottle of alcohol within the Protected Area.  The seal ring on the bottle was broken and it was approximately 2/3 full.  The bottle was discovered beneath a deck structure to a temporary trailer that was being demolished by workers.
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WTF2...

Supervisor at Limerick Nuclear Power Plant tests positive for alcohol

A non-licensed supervisor at the Limerick nuclear power plant confirmed positive for alcohol during a random fitness-for-duty test.  The employee has had access to the plant removed.
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