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Saturday, 10 August 2013

[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]

[snip]

If you haven’t read about Fukushima recently, or for a long time, you should – but only if you are ready to be shocked and frightened and confused.

Does the name Fukushima ring a bell? It certainly should, because it’s the place in Japan where, in March 2011, the tsunami caused by a massive offshore earthquake swamped a nuclear power plant and caused several of the reactors there to melt down. For some time in the spring of 2011, the world’s attention was riveted to Fukushima and the effort to contain the disaster there – which, it quickly became clear, was considerably greater than that of Chernobyl, back in the old USSR, in 1986. However, as the days turned to weeks and then months and the levels of radiation declined – or, at least, the levels measured were announced to have declined – the world moved on to other matters.

But while the world adopted the comforting assumption that the Japanese were dealing with Fukushima and things were gradually being brought under control, the reality was quite different. The Fukushima plant contained several reactors, and the specific developments in each one were different (although all were appalling) and required differing responses. To understand it all, a good knowledge of nuclear physics is helpful – and that is probably why most people turned off, sooner or later.

But another possible reason is that onlookers around the world were acting in self-defense: When people read that even the experts from Japan and elsewhere were effectively admitting that they didn’t know if there were practical solutions to the threats posed by the disaster and its aftermath – and that the chances of this or that suggested course of action were unknown – they perhaps, not surprisingly, decided that they would be better off not thinking about it.
...
Fukushima was never properly brought under control.
...
There are many reasons for this, but the most fundamental one is that the Japanese government left the job to the owner of the site, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO).

However, TEPCO was not the victim of an unforeseeable event – although the earthquake was exceptionally strong – but rather was guilty of a long list of blunders, encompassing planning, design and, especially, maintenance, through to poor response to the actual event. It was incapable, from every point of view, of dealing with the aftermath, as should have been obvious at the time, and many observers said as much. But the incompetent Japanese government left the incompetent Japanese utility company in charge of dealing with a mega-disaster that should have become a global effort, but it couldn’t, because then the Japanese would “lose face.”
...
In the intervening period of almost two and a half years, anyone who wanted to follow Fukushima could do so, but only in the blogosphere because the mainstream media had largely forgotten about ...

That was incorrect and, more accurately, untrue. The bloggers who tried to keep the topic alive for the rest of the world may have exaggerated and may even have been overthe- top, but at the end of the day, they were right. This is now obvious because over the past few weeks, and much more intensively over the past few days, Fukushima has forced its way back into the mainstream news. The reports from the disaster site make extremely uncomfortable reading, particularly if you happen to live anywhere around the Pacific Ocean.
...
If you haven’t read about Fukushima recently, or for a long time, you should – but only if you are ready to be shocked and frightened and confused. In any event, it looks like we are going to be hearing a great deal more about it. But however it turns out, the clearest conclusion to be drawn from the sad saga is that governments and their agencies simply cannot be believed, especially in matters of life and death.

www.pinhaslandau.com

[end snip]

FULL ARTICLE [link to www.jpost.com]

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It's too horrible. Eventually everyone will know about Fukushima.
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The radio active poisoning that are beginning to appear, but are NOT diagnosed as such, will continue to increase until enough of the world's adult population is TOO SICK TO WORK, and hospital emergency rooms are full, ALL THE TIME.

It is possible THEN, that the real problems of cumulative radiation poisoning WILL be addressed, and some of the vitamin/mineral and food remedies MAY be ADMITTED, or at least listened to by those suffering from the ingestion of the Cesium, Strontium and Plutonium they ate,drank or breathed .

Maybe the man who said " It will never reach the United States... " will relinquish the title of ' Liar-in-Chief '.
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NPR reported on Fukushima this week.
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That's in Japan right?.......I remember something about it. Oh yeah, they had a little trouble with a reactor and had to do what is called a "cold shutdown"....that took care of that. So what's the trouble now? It's hard getting news here in the United States.
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That's in Japan right?.......I remember something about it. Oh yeah, they had a little trouble with a reactor and had to do what is called a "cold shutdown"....that took care of that. So what's the trouble now? It's hard getting news here in the United States.
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that was sarcasm right?
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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NPR reported on Fukushima this week.
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baby
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That's in Japan right?.......I remember something about it. Oh yeah, they had a little trouble with a reactor and had to do what is called a "cold shutdown"....that took care of that. So what's the trouble now? It's hard getting news here in the United States.
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that was sarcasm right?
 Quoting: Citizenperth


who me?
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More BS.

Nothing will happen and you will be forced to face the truth about yourselves.

Sucks to be you.
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thanks for your threads.to me,it's beyond belief that nobody around me has even heard the name,or what has happened.a few of my friends knew,back when it started,but assume it's all over and taken care of.one specificly said she will not read about it,as she has children,and a recent grandchild,and doesn't want to know.i don't understand how it can be so easy to ignore it all.i remember the Japanese man in white,pointing at us all on camera there.
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thanks for your threads.to me,it's beyond belief that nobody around me has even heard the name,or what has happened.a few of my friends knew,back when it started,but assume it's all over and taken care of.one specificly said she will not read about it,as she has children,and a recent grandchild,and doesn't want to know.i don't understand how it can be so easy to ignore it all.i remember the Japanese man in white,pointing at us all on camera there.
 Quoting: lupa14714


fingerman

this bloke?.... yeah... 10 minute silent rant....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
[link to citizenperth.wordpress.com]
sic ut vos es vos should exsisto , denego alius vicis facio vos change , exsisto youself , proprie

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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More BS.

Nothing will happen and you will be forced to face the truth about yourselves.

Sucks to be you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38595513


it's ok, ignore it and smile, it will go away all by itself....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
[link to citizenperth.wordpress.com]
sic ut vos es vos should exsisto , denego alius vicis facio vos change , exsisto youself , proprie

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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there is hope



I posted a thread, you can see the actual anti-radiation shield here:

Thread: John Hutchison-Anti-Radiation Shield-now you can SEE it!-UPDATE-PROOF the technology works-pag 19
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Saturday, 10 August 2013

[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]

[snip]

If you haven’t read about Fukushima recently, or for a long time, you should – but only if you are ready to be shocked and frightened and confused.

Does the name Fukushima ring a bell? It certainly should, because it’s the place in Japan where, in March 2011, the tsunami caused by a massive offshore earthquake swamped a nuclear power plant and caused several of the reactors there to melt down. For some time in the spring of 2011, the world’s attention was riveted to Fukushima and the effort to contain the disaster there – which, it quickly became clear, was considerably greater than that of Chernobyl, back in the old USSR, in 1986. However, as the days turned to weeks and then months and the levels of radiation declined – or, at least, the levels measured were announced to have declined – the world moved on to other matters.

But while the world adopted the comforting assumption that the Japanese were dealing with Fukushima and things were gradually being brought under control, the reality was quite different. The Fukushima plant contained several reactors, and the specific developments in each one were different (although all were appalling) and required differing responses. To understand it all, a good knowledge of nuclear physics is helpful – and that is probably why most people turned off, sooner or later.

But another possible reason is that onlookers around the world were acting in self-defense: When people read that even the experts from Japan and elsewhere were effectively admitting that they didn’t know if there were practical solutions to the threats posed by the disaster and its aftermath – and that the chances of this or that suggested course of action were unknown – they perhaps, not surprisingly, decided that they would be better off not thinking about it.
...
Fukushima was never properly brought under control.
...
There are many reasons for this, but the most fundamental one is that the Japanese government left the job to the owner of the site, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO).

However, TEPCO was not the victim of an unforeseeable event – although the earthquake was exceptionally strong – but rather was guilty of a long list of blunders, encompassing planning, design and, especially, maintenance, through to poor response to the actual event. It was incapable, from every point of view, of dealing with the aftermath, as should have been obvious at the time, and many observers said as much. But the incompetent Japanese government left the incompetent Japanese utility company in charge of dealing with a mega-disaster that should have become a global effort, but it couldn’t, because then the Japanese would “lose face.”
...
In the intervening period of almost two and a half years, anyone who wanted to follow Fukushima could do so, but only in the blogosphere because the mainstream media had largely forgotten about ...

That was incorrect and, more accurately, untrue. The bloggers who tried to keep the topic alive for the rest of the world may have exaggerated and may even have been overthe- top, but at the end of the day, they were right. This is now obvious because over the past few weeks, and much more intensively over the past few days, Fukushima has forced its way back into the mainstream news. The reports from the disaster site make extremely uncomfortable reading, particularly if you happen to live anywhere around the Pacific Ocean.
...
If you haven’t read about Fukushima recently, or for a long time, you should – but only if you are ready to be shocked and frightened and confused. In any event, it looks like we are going to be hearing a great deal more about it. But however it turns out, the clearest conclusion to be drawn from the sad saga is that governments and their agencies simply cannot be believed, especially in matters of life and death.

www.pinhaslandau.com

[end snip]

FULL ARTICLE [link to www.jpost.com]

whatmeltthroughcitz_kchimp
 Quoting: Citizenperth


bumpAs always CP...
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there will never be a better source
than to speak your truth
or make your peace some other way.”
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I thought that should have been pinned separately,

Really, on GLP, this is probably the only story that was followed religiously by you CP for two and a half years that was REAL doom.

You amaze me.
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NPR reported on Fukushima this week.
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I heard that too
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I thought that should have been pinned separately,

Really, on GLP, this is probably the only story that was followed religiously by you CP for two and a half years that was REAL doom.

You amaze me.
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And I thank Citizen Perth for that, truly.

Blessings to you friend.
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I thought that should have been pinned separately,

Really, on GLP, this is probably the only story that was followed religiously by you CP for two and a half years that was REAL doom.

You amaze me.
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the fuku 1 thread had a lot of info we could use the op deleted it screen shots and all thanks rock huff still pisses me off to this day !
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thanks for your threads.to me,it's beyond belief that nobody around me has even heard the name,or what has happened.a few of my friends knew,back when it started,but assume it's all over and taken care of.one specificly said she will not read about it,as she has children,and a recent grandchild,and doesn't want to know.i don't understand how it can be so easy to ignore it all.i remember the Japanese man in white,pointing at us all on camera there.
 Quoting: lupa14714


fingerman

this bloke?.... yeah... 10 minute silent rant....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


yep,ta. I think the implication was huge,at least,his message was clear to me.
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That's in Japan right?.......I remember something about it. Oh yeah, they had a little trouble with a reactor and had to do what is called a "cold shutdown"....that took care of that. So what's the trouble now? It's hard getting news here in the United States.
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You are a bit of an idiot, right? Pardon me for being obtuse...of course you are!
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Thank you Citizenperth, for the update on this very scary news, and for your hard work and dedication to this matter.

Do you have any idea about the coral calcium, and whether it is safe? We were getting our coral calcium from off the coast of Okinawa, but I am not feeling too safe about that anymore. Even though it is a great cancer fighter, I am afraid to take it from there. Any knowledge of this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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The radio active poisoning that are beginning to appear, but are NOT diagnosed as such, will continue to increase until enough of the world's adult population is TOO SICK TO WORK, and hospital emergency rooms are full, ALL THE TIME.

It is possible THEN, that the real problems of cumulative radiation poisoning WILL be addressed, and some of the vitamin/mineral and food remedies MAY be ADMITTED, or at least listened to by those suffering from the ingestion of the Cesium, Strontium and Plutonium they ate,drank or breathed .

Maybe the man who said " It will never reach the United States... " will relinquish the title of ' Liar-in-Chief '.
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clappa
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More BS.

Nothing will happen and you will be forced to face the truth about yourselves.

Sucks to be you.
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Oh okay. We're all wrong then, thank you for pointing this out

cheer
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More BS.

Nothing will happen and you will be forced to face the truth about yourselves.

Sucks to be you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38595513


Oh okay. We're all wrong then, thank you for pointing this out

cheer
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guess we'd feel better by tucking our heads between our arse-cheeks like the majority have... i for one don't want to be blamed when the shit hits the fan and future generations say 'why the fuck didn't you do anything'?... i know what i am seeing, and will not 'eat cake whist tomorrow THEY die'...

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What people don't realize is that we are all dead.
The amount of radioactive contamination released from Fukushima is massive.
And it continues to contaminate.

Radiation poisoning is nefarious.
You cannot see, smell, taste, hear or feel the poisoning.
The radiation damages your cells, so that you are not able to "heal".
Mutates the DNA so that you develop cancer, rapid advancement of heart disease and autoimmune diseases.

The ability to reproduce offspring is greatly inhibited, and if you are able to have children, they you be "weak".

This may well be the last generation of carbon based life on planet Earth.

Now that you know you are dead,
I suggest that you live what life you have left,
without fear.

We, collectively, can change this reality.
However, it must be done without fear

and in the proper FREQUENCIES
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What people don't realize is that we are all dead.
The amount of radioactive contamination released from Fukushima is massive.
And it continues to contaminate.

Radiation poisoning is nefarious.
You cannot see, smell, taste, hear or feel the poisoning.
The radiation damages your cells, so that you are not able to "heal".
Mutates the DNA so that you develop cancer, rapid advancement of heart disease and autoimmune diseases.

The ability to reproduce offspring is greatly inhibited, and if you are able to have children, they you be "weak".

This may well be the last generation of carbon based life on planet Earth.

Now that you know you are dead,
I suggest that you live what life you have left,
without fear.

We, collectively, can change this reality.
However, it must be done without fear

and in the proper FREQUENCIES
 Quoting: Nancy (Lazaryan) Hutchison


sorry, typo;
The ability to reproduce offspring is greatly inhibited, and if you are able to have children, they you be "weak".

should say; they will be "weak"
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Maybe the mutations will adapt.





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