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Fukushima Update: MASSIVE FAILURE AT FUKUSHIMA. p53

 
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Deposits of the particles released by the three damaged reactors have not only contaminated the land, but also the sea, where tons of highly contaminated water used to try to cool the reactor core were scattered.
The future for Japan and its population is focused on food issues.
 Quoting: Chugiakian


Tchit!
Check out the video in the link....
[link to www.irsn.fr]
At this farm, 60 miles from Fukushima, the accepted levels of radiation for Pears and Peaches ..... is 500 bq/kg.

This farmer lost 80% of his sales.... He is forced to sell. He will obey, if they tell him to sell or not to sell.

I won't be buying any!


siren2
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CBC: We all felt weíre doomed from Fukushima, itís spreading across Pacific, there will be no fish and the sea life will be dead ó Professor: As we speak itís releasing radioisotopes directly into ocean and thereís no end in sight; Reactors are not under control, itís an ongoing disaster
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Please watch!

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Please watch!

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300 years for cesium to dissipate!

FUKK!
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Deposits of the particles released by the three damaged reactors have not only contaminated the land, but also the sea, where tons of highly contaminated water used to try to cool the reactor core were scattered.
The future for Japan and its population is focused on food issues.
 Quoting: Chugiakian


Tchit!
Check out the video in the link....
[link to www.irsn.fr]
At this farm, 60 miles from Fukushima, the accepted levels of radiation for Pears and Peaches ..... is 500 bq/kg.

This farmer lost 80% of his sales.... He is forced to sell. He will obey, if they tell him to sell or not to sell.

I won't be buying any!


siren2
 Quoting: Chugiakian


This is the Data from 2011/ Summer,
in that Days Japan needed to go a difficult Road.

Do not forget that Japan is a very small ( in Size) Nation.

To give up Japan as a Whole could not be choice
and it seams like that it was right, we are still here,
the Damage is relative small and a massive Increase of Death
is not expected!
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Deposits of the particles released by the three damaged reactors have not only contaminated the land, but also the sea, where tons of highly contaminated water used to try to cool the reactor core were scattered.
The future for Japan and its population is focused on food issues.
 Quoting: Chugiakian


Tchit!
Check out the video in the link....
[link to www.irsn.fr]
At this farm, 60 miles from Fukushima, the accepted levels of radiation for Pears and Peaches ..... is 500 bq/kg.

This farmer lost 80% of his sales.... He is forced to sell. He will obey, if they tell him to sell or not to sell.

I won't be buying any!


siren2
 Quoting: Chugiakian


This is the Data from 2011/ Summer,
in that Days Japan needed to go a difficult Road.

Do not forget that Japan is a very small ( in Size) Nation.

To give up Japan as a Whole could not be choice
and it seams like that it was right, we are still here,
the Damage is relative small and a massive Increase of Death
is not expected!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61799278

products up to 500/bq, is acceptable?

So, i guess we are all over-reacting then, right?

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Deposits of the particles released by the three damaged reactors have not only contaminated the land, but also the sea, where tons of highly contaminated water used to try to cool the reactor core were scattered.
The future for Japan and its population is focused on food issues.
 Quoting: Chugiakian


Tchit!
Check out the video in the link....
[link to www.irsn.fr]
At this farm, 60 miles from Fukushima, the accepted levels of radiation for Pears and Peaches ..... is 500 bq/kg.

This farmer lost 80% of his sales.... He is forced to sell. He will obey, if they tell him to sell or not to sell.

I won't be buying any!


siren2
 Quoting: Chugiakian


This is the Data from 2011/ Summer,
in that Days Japan needed to go a difficult Road.

Do not forget that Japan is a very small ( in Size) Nation.

To give up Japan as a Whole could not be choice
and it seams like that it was right, we are still here,
the Damage is relative small and a massive Increase of Death
is not expected!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61799278


I disagree. The video is not from 2011
If it is, why the FUK didn't you share it????

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Thread: Great Pacific Garbage Patch Continues to Grow !!!!!!!As large as the US

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Deposits of the particles released by the three damaged reactors have not only contaminated the land, but also the sea, where tons of highly contaminated water used to try to cool the reactor core were scattered.
The future for Japan and its population is focused on food issues.
 Quoting: Chugiakian


Tchit!
Check out the video in the link....
[link to www.irsn.fr]
At this farm, 60 miles from Fukushima, the accepted levels of radiation for Pears and Peaches ..... is 500 bq/kg.

This farmer lost 80% of his sales.... He is forced to sell. He will obey, if they tell him to sell or not to sell.

I won't be buying any!


siren2
 Quoting: Chugiakian


This is the Data from 2011/ Summer,
in that Days Japan needed to go a difficult Road.

Do not forget that Japan is a very small ( in Size) Nation.

To give up Japan as a Whole could not be choice
and it seams like that it was right, we are still here,
the Damage is relative small and a massive Increase of Death
is not expected!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61799278


I disagree. The video is not from 2011
If it is, why the FUK didn't you share it????
 Quoting: Chugiakian


The Video is new but the Data is from 2011!!

In 2011 we had to accept relative high Levels of Contamination,
remember the 500 Bq/ Kg, we changed this Rule in 2012 and it is now 100Bq/ Kg max. allowed Contamination!

Remember you eat your Food with up to 1.200 Bq/ Kg Flower
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Tchit!
Check out the video in the link....
[link to www.irsn.fr]
At this farm, 60 miles from Fukushima, the accepted levels of radiation for Pears and Peaches ..... is 500 bq/kg.

This farmer lost 80% of his sales.... He is forced to sell. He will obey, if they tell him to sell or not to sell.

I won't be buying any!


siren2
 Quoting: Chugiakian


This is the Data from 2011/ Summer,
in that Days Japan needed to go a difficult Road.

Do not forget that Japan is a very small ( in Size) Nation.

To give up Japan as a Whole could not be choice
and it seams like that it was right, we are still here,
the Damage is relative small and a massive Increase of Death
is not expected!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61799278


I disagree. The video is not from 2011
If it is, why the FUK didn't you share it????
 Quoting: Chugiakian


The Video is new but the Data is from 2011!!

In 2011 we had to accept relative high Levels of Contamination,
remember the 500 Bq/ Kg, we changed this Rule in 2012 and it is now 100Bq/ Kg max. allowed Contamination!

Remember you eat your Food with up to 1.200 Bq/ Kg Flower
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61799278


nobody Had to accept anything dip-shit... you just convinced them they need to... heard of the global economy dipshit?

at least korea sent back you radioactive metals and russia your glow in the dark cars... no wonder your economy is diving and nobody wants your food.... might work in japan.. but the rest of us? we're on our own time dip.... remember i'm front page google... you tepco shits are about page 10... wonder who everyone believes?... oh that's right.. the truth....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
[link to citizenperth.wordpress.com]
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twitter: #citizenperth
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This is the Data from 2011/ Summer,
in that Days Japan needed to go a difficult Road.

Do not forget that Japan is a very small ( in Size) Nation.

To give up Japan as a Whole could not be choice
and it seams like that it was right, we are still here,
the Damage is relative small and a massive Increase of Death
is not expected!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61799278


I disagree. The video is not from 2011
If it is, why the FUK didn't you share it????
 Quoting: Chugiakian


The Video is new but the Data is from 2011!!

In 2011 we had to accept relative high Levels of Contamination,
remember the 500 Bq/ Kg, we changed this Rule in 2012 and it is now 100Bq/ Kg max. allowed Contamination!

Remember you eat your Food with up to 1.200 Bq/ Kg Flower
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61799278


nobody Had to accept anything dip-shit... you just convinced them they need to... heard of the global economy dipshit?

at least korea sent back you radioactive metals and russia your glow in the dark cars... no wonder your economy is diving and nobody wants your food.... might work in japan.. but the rest of us? we're on our own time dip.... remember i'm front page google... you tepco shits are about page 10... wonder who everyone believes?... oh that's right.. the truth....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


The Consumer had/ have a choice, the poor People in the Soviet Union
or in the USA and Australia had not, a significant Difference Chuckle

BTW: We export more Food than ever, get your Facts straight,
you uninformed Nobody Flower
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I disagree. The video is not from 2011
If it is, why the FUK didn't you share it????
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The Video is new but the Data is from 2011!!

In 2011 we had to accept relative high Levels of Contamination,
remember the 500 Bq/ Kg, we changed this Rule in 2012 and it is now 100Bq/ Kg max. allowed Contamination!

Remember you eat your Food with up to 1.200 Bq/ Kg Flower
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61799278


nobody Had to accept anything dip-shit... you just convinced them they need to... heard of the global economy dipshit?

at least korea sent back you radioactive metals and russia your glow in the dark cars... no wonder your economy is diving and nobody wants your food.... might work in japan.. but the rest of us? we're on our own time dip.... remember i'm front page google... you tepco shits are about page 10... wonder who everyone believes?... oh that's right.. the truth....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


The Consumer had/ have a choice, the poor People in the Soviet Union
or in the USA and Australia had not, a significant Difference Chuckle

BTW: We export more Food than ever, get your Facts straight,
you uninformed Nobody Flower
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61799278


lolatugotboptaunter

you of all dipshits know better than that...

is that in the same thesaurus as

"state-like cold shut down"
"cores held"
"no release to sea"
"superior robots to investigate"

and
"great epic wall of mud fail"

bahahahahaha idiots.......

Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 08/18/2014 06:07 AM
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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[link to citizenperth.wordpress.com]
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We will do what we are told!?




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Global Health and Environment in the Post-2015 Agenda: Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident



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This must be where they get the concept of X-Men from (I.E. Genetic Mutations)



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original links found here...
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Please listen to the first 3 1/2 minutes of this talk....... Grab a barf bag, and hold on.

either we release this contaminated water into the ocean, it in a controlled way (a little at a time, with minimal media coverage), or we have a the possibility of another event, that releases it all at once, for the entire world to see.

These so called professed experts are the ones who need to go down there and clean up this mess.....

ALL nuclear reactors release their contaminated water into the rivers, ocean's or near what ever body of water they are next to.

They know this radioactive contaminated water is still toxic, yet they still dump it into the water.
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Please listen to the first 3 1/2 minutes of this talk....... Grab a barf bag, and hold on.

either we release this contaminated water into the ocean, it in a controlled way (a little at a time, with minimal media coverage), or we have a the possibility of another event, that releases it all at once, for the entire world to see.

These so called professed experts are the ones who need to go down there and clean up this mess.....

ALL nuclear reactors release their contaminated water into the rivers, ocean's or near what ever body of water they are next to.

They know this radioactive contaminated water is still toxic, yet they still dump it into the water.
 Quoting: Chugiakian


There is no way to remove the Tritium, then he says it is toxic for 10 years or so, but then goes on to say it need to be stored for 1 century or something like that.

WTF!
THIS IS SOCIAL UN-RESPONSIBILITY AT IT'S FINEST!
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Please listen to the first 3 1/2 minutes of this talk....... Grab a barf bag, and hold on.

either we release this contaminated water into the ocean, it in a controlled way (a little at a time, with minimal media coverage), or we have a the possibility of another event, that releases it all at once, for the entire world to see.

These so called professed experts are the ones who need to go down there and clean up this mess.....

ALL nuclear reactors release their contaminated water into the rivers, ocean's or near what ever body of water they are next to.

They know this radioactive contaminated water is still toxic, yet they still dump it into the water.
 Quoting: Chugiakian


There is no way to remove the Tritium, then he says it is toxic for 10 years or so, but then goes on to say it need to be stored for 1 century or something like that.

WTF!
THIS IS SOCIAL UN-RESPONSIBILITY AT IT'S FINEST!
 Quoting: Chugiakian


They cannot remove the Tritium from the contaminated water at Fukushima, or any other nuclear power plant in the world, they all have the 'right' to dump this toxic contaminated water into the rivers, oceans, or what ever water source they are next to. This contaminated water will be considered toxic for at minimal of a century (or so). So, these so called "experts" want to take all of the water stored at Fukushima, in the failing storage tanks and dump it into the Pacific Ocean, with minimal media coverage, before another tsunami disaster occurs and it dumps into Fukushima harbor, for all the world to watch. in the end, the result would be the same. A controlled dump or another accident, there is no difference, and it is socially environmentally ill-responsible!
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@ Op,

what is your Alternativity?
Do you know a emission free Source of Energy?

How do you want to provide reliable Energy for Megacities like
Bangkok, Mexico- City, Sao Paulo, NYC, Tokyo or Moscow (etc., etc., etc.)
without a damage for the Environment?

I researched this Topic since the Eighties and do not found any,
as hard as it sounds but we need to accept a
"collateral Damage with minimizing the Causalities"!

This is the Human Guilt of this Century,
our whole global Society is basesed on this Consent/ Consensus!
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@ Op,

what is your Alternativity?
Do you know a emission free Source of Energy?

How do you want to provide reliable Energy for Megacities like
Bangkok, Mexico- City, Sao Paulo, NYC, Tokyo or Moscow (etc., etc., etc.)
without a damage for the Environment?

I researched this Topic since the Eighties and do not found any,
as hard as it sounds but we need to accept a
"collateral Damage with minimizing the Causalities"!

This is the Human Guilt of this Century,
our whole global Society is basesed on this Consent/ Consensus!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61862162


STFU TEPCO.... moving the cards around in a deck solves nothing.... idiot....
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.”
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@ Op,

what is your Alternativity?
Do you know a emission free Source of Energy?

How do you want to provide reliable Energy for Megacities like
Bangkok, Mexico- City, Sao Paulo, NYC, Tokyo or Moscow (etc., etc., etc.)
without a damage for the Environment?

I researched this Topic since the Eighties and do not found any,
as hard as it sounds but we need to accept a
"collateral Damage with minimizing the Causalities"!

This is the Human Guilt of this Century,
our whole global Society is basesed on this Consent/ Consensus!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61862162


STFU TEPCO.... moving the cards around in a deck solves nothing.... idiot....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Chuckle

Ah, Mr. Knownothingatall is able to provide a Alternative?
If so he should start to compensate the Aboriginal Earthlings
who suffer immense from the Uranium Mines in "their" Homeland,
find a Solution instead of using a cheap Rhetoric!

Flower
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@ Op,

what is your Alternativity?
Do you know a emission free Source of Energy?

How do you want to provide reliable Energy for Megacities like
Bangkok, Mexico- City, Sao Paulo, NYC, Tokyo or Moscow (etc., etc., etc.)
without a damage for the Environment?

I researched this Topic since the Eighties and do not found any,
as hard as it sounds but we need to accept a
"collateral Damage with minimizing the Causalities"!

This is the Human Guilt of this Century,
our whole global Society is basesed on this Consent/ Consensus!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61862162


STFU TEPCO.... moving the cards around in a deck solves nothing.... idiot....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Chuckle

Ah, Mr. Knownothingatall is able to provide a Alternative?
If so he should start to compensate the Aboriginal Earthlings
who suffer immense from the Uranium Mines in "their" Homeland,
find a Solution instead of using a cheap Rhetoric!

Flower
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61881942


AC-son, cerd yoo state dat rogicarry?
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@ Op,

what is your Alternativity?
Do you know a emission free Source of Energy?

How do you want to provide reliable Energy for Megacities like
Bangkok, Mexico- City, Sao Paulo, NYC, Tokyo or Moscow (etc., etc., etc.)
without a damage for the Environment?

I researched this Topic since the Eighties and do not found any,
as hard as it sounds but we need to accept a
"collateral Damage with minimizing the Causalities"!

This is the Human Guilt of this Century,
our whole global Society is basesed on this Consent/ Consensus!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61862162


:communication:

Looks like Japan has done ok for 3-1/2 years without Nuclear, according to your statistics
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@ Op,

what is your Alternativity?
Do you know a emission free Source of Energy?

How do you want to provide reliable Energy for Megacities like
Bangkok, Mexico- City, Sao Paulo, NYC, Tokyo or Moscow (etc., etc., etc.)
without a damage for the Environment?

I researched this Topic since the Eighties and do not found any,
as hard as it sounds but we need to accept a
"collateral Damage with minimizing the Causalities"!

This is the Human Guilt of this Century,
our whole global Society is basesed on this Consent/ Consensus!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61862162


STFU TEPCO.... moving the cards around in a deck solves nothing.... idiot....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Chuckle

Ah, Mr. Knownothingatall is able to provide a Alternative?
If so he should start to compensate the Aboriginal Earthlings
who suffer immense from the Uranium Mines in "their" Homeland,
find a Solution instead of using a cheap Rhetoric!

Flower
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61881942


you're not even using rhetoric.. nor was i... put simply, you are holding nothing in your hands and diverting topic with shift of focus.... we all know this....

1. ice wall = fail
2. cold shut down = fail
3. water into the ocean = continuing

4. new robot = fucking funny shit
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
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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.”
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@ Op,

what is your Alternativity?
Do you know a emission free Source of Energy?

How do you want to provide reliable Energy for Megacities like
Bangkok, Mexico- City, Sao Paulo, NYC, Tokyo or Moscow (etc., etc., etc.)
without a damage for the Environment?

I researched this Topic since the Eighties and do not found any,
as hard as it sounds but we need to accept a
"collateral Damage with minimizing the Causalities"!

This is the Human Guilt of this Century,
our whole global Society is basesed on this Consent/ Consensus!
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how about you comment on the first 5 minutes of this video, then we can have a real conversation....

 Quoting: Chugiakian


Please listen to the first 3 1/2 minutes of this talk....... Grab a barf bag, and hold on.

either we release this contaminated water into the ocean, it in a controlled way (a little at a time, with minimal media coverage), or we have a the possibility of another event, that releases it all at once, for the entire world to see.

These so called professed experts are the ones who need to go down there and clean up this mess.....

ALL nuclear reactors release their contaminated water into the rivers, ocean's or near what ever body of water they are next to.

They know this radioactive contaminated water is still toxic, yet they still dump it into the water.
 Quoting: Chugiakian


There is no way to remove the Tritium, then he says it is toxic for 10 years or so, but then goes on to say it need to be stored for 1 century or something like that.

WTF!
THIS IS SOCIAL UN-RESPONSIBILITY AT IT'S FINEST!
 Quoting: Chugiakian


They cannot remove the Tritium from the contaminated water at Fukushima, or any other nuclear power plant in the world, they all have the 'right' to dump this toxic contaminated water into the rivers, oceans, or what ever water source they are next to. This contaminated water will be considered toxic for at minimal of a century (or so). So, these so called "experts" want to take all of the water stored at Fukushima, in the failing storage tanks and dump it into the Pacific Ocean, with minimal media coverage, before another tsunami disaster occurs and it dumps into Fukushima harbor, for all the world to watch. in the end, the result would be the same. A controlled dump or another accident, there is no difference, and it is socially environmentally ill-responsible!
 Quoting: Chugiakian

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@ Op,

i said it already many Times but do it one more Time:
"Every single nuclear Power Station release/d Tritium
since we started to use nuclear Energy"!

Only in Fukushima this Tritium is stored because of Tepcos Whitewash
of the Accident, this Water Tanks are a Distraction from the real Problem
of nuclear Energy!

But i trust into the creativity of the Humans and think that we will find
a Way how to handle the Tritium issue, until this Time i have no problem
(anymore) with a slow Release in to the Environment!

The Problem started not on the 3/11 but much earlier!

PS: since we stopped to use nuclear Energy our Tritium (Releasing) Quote
is increasingly positive (in Plus),
this means that we should release this (Tritium) Water asap,
it is a unneeded Risk!
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you can thank GE for the failed "fail safe"
Government is a body largely ungoverned.
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@ Op,

i said it already many Times but do it one more Time:
"Every single nuclear Power Station release/d Tritium
since we started to use nuclear Energy"!

Only in Fukushima this Tritium is stored because of Tepcos Whitewash
of the Accident, this Water Tanks are a Distraction from the real Problem
of nuclear Energy!

But i trust into the creativity of the Humans and think that we will find
a Way how to handle the Tritium issue, until this Time i have no problem
(anymore) with a slow Release in to the Environment!

The Problem started not on the 3/11 but much earlier!

PS: since we stopped to use nuclear Energy our Tritium (Releasing) Quote
is increasingly positive (in Plus),
this means that we should release this (Tritium) Water asap,
it is a unneeded Risk!
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stop deferring to different issues.... we all know it sucks....

Thread: Fukushima Ice wall failure (as predicted), new 'Transformer' Bot to save the day, Fukushima children living in war zone and canít leave....

(read point no 2 about the children you murderous bunch of swine)

let me read your next move

1. call me a stupid name
2. tell us how much you know, thanks to tepco feed, and everything else is bullshit
3. post your fucking flower

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@ Op,

what is your Alternativity?
Do you know a emission free Source of Energy?

How do you want to provide reliable Energy for Megacities like
Bangkok, Mexico- City, Sao Paulo, NYC, Tokyo or Moscow (etc., etc., etc.)
without a damage for the Environment?

I researched this Topic since the Eighties and do not found any,
as hard as it sounds but we need to accept a
"collateral Damage with minimizing the Causalities"!

This is the Human Guilt of this Century,
our whole global Society is basesed on this Consent/ Consensus!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61862162


:communication:

Looks like Japan has done ok for 3-1/2 years without Nuclear, according to your statistics
 Quoting: Chugiakian


We stopped to use NPS but this do not mean that there is no harm to the Environment, we used more Coal, Gas, Geothermal and Oil
but this Fuel is not coming for free, just research the Problem of Coal Mines, the (political) Problem of Oil and Gas,
even Geothermal Energy is bad for the Environment!

There is no form of Energy without a bad Impact,
even Solar Energy is highly Toxic and need special Production Plants!

But there is still hope, since 3/11 the Japanese are very creative in Energy saving, we reduced our hunger for Energy for about ca. 35%
and we can do even more but we have the (intellectual and technological) Resources to do it,
young Countries like India, Brazil or even China do not (yet)
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@ Mr. Knownothingatall,

when you create Threads you should at least know the differences between
the "Ice Wall" and the "freezing of the Trenches",
both are different Projects and every informed Person know this!

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