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Tepco is planning on dumping all of the radioactive water stored at Fukushima into the ocean.
The industry-controlled nuclear regulators are pushing for dumping the radiation, as well.
As EneNews reports:

Juan Carlos Lentijo, head of IAEA’s mission to Fukushima Daiichi, Dec. 4, 2013: “Controlled discharge is a regular practice in all the nuclear facilities in the world. And what we are trying to say here is to consider this as one of the options to contribute to a good balance of risks and to stabilize the facility for the long term.”

Shunichi Tanaka, chairman of Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority, Dec. 4, 2013: “You cannot keep storing the water forever. We have to make choice comparing all risks involved.”

Xinhua, Dec. 4, 2013: Lentijo said that TEPCO should weigh the possible damaging effects of discharging toxic water against the total risks involved in the overall decommissioning work process. […] Tanaka highlighted the fact that while highly radioactive water could be decontaminated in around seven years, the amount of water containing tritium will keep rising, topping 700,000 tons in two years. […] nuclear experts have repeatedly pointed out that [tritium] is still a significant radiation hazard when inhaled, ingested via food or water, or absorbed through the skin. […] fisherman, industries and fisheries bodies in the Fukushima area and beyond in Japan’s northeast, have collectively baulked at the idea of releasing toxic water into the sea […] TEPCO will be duty-bound to submit assessments of the safety and environmental impact […]

NHK, Dec. 4, 2013: IAEA team leader Juan Carlos Lentijo […] said it is necessary and indispensable to assess the impact the tritium discharge might have on human health and the environment, and to get government approval as well as consent from concerned people.

Japan Times, Dec. 4, 2013: “Of course . . . public acceptance for this purpose is necessary,” said Lentijo, adding strict monitoring of the impact of the discharge would also be essential.

AFP, Dec. 4, 2013: [L]ocal fishermen, neighbouring countries and environmental groups all oppose the idea.

See also: Gundersen: They want to dump all Fukushima’s radioactive water in Pacific — Tepco: It will be diluted, then released — Professor suggests pumping it out in deep ocean (VIDEOS)

In the real world, there is no safe level of radiation.

And there are alternatives.

Dr. Arjun Makhijani – a recognized expert on nuclear power, who has testified before Congress, served as an expert witness in Nuclear Regulatory Commission proceedings, and been interviewed by many of the largest news organizations – told PBS in March:

We actually sent a proposal to Japan two years ago, some colleagues of mine and I, saying you should park a supertanker or a large tanker offshore, and put the water in it, and send it off someplace else so that the water treatment and the water management is not such a huge, constant issue. But [the Japanese declined].

Tepco – with no financial incentive to actually fix things – has been insanely irresponsible and has only been pretending to contain Fukushima. And see this.

Unfortunately, Japan has devolved into crony capitalism … and even tyranny.

So instead of doing something to contain the radiation, they’re going to dump it.

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[link to www.infowars.com]

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CP, you have done a great job with keeping on this shit.
Jeff Rense is the only major alternative media that is following the death of the Pacific Ocean
It is all over, most of us who live around the pacific rim are in grave danger.
Many will still die .
Only an atomic war could do more damage to the planet.
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bump
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Oh thats why few days ago they shit out articlean about radiation levels back to normal in the ocean.................
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Oh thats why few days ago they shit out articlean about radiation levels back to normal in the ocean.................
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"Study results"
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Because our oceans aren't fucked enough as it is.
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and that's why they floated that bs story recently about the radiation levels in the ocean decreasing
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It will be interesting to see how the oceans adapt but I'm betting red lobster goes belly up
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and that's why they floated that bs story recently about the radiation levels in the ocean decreasing
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:)
:)
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Oh thats why few days ago they shit out articlean about radiation levels back to normal in the ocean.................
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yup dilution and dispersion......

bs.....

the next thing is they're re-purposing all the land waste into building materials.... which they've been doing for years now.. along with the incinerating....
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Oh thats why few days ago they shit out articlean about radiation levels back to normal in the ocean.................
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yup dilution and dispersion......

bs.....

the next thing is they're re-purposing all the land waste into building materials.... which they've been doing for years now.. along with the incinerating....
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It’s almost like they don’t care if radioactivity is spread around the globe. :p

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Are they mad? Oh no need to answer that. They have proved over and over that they are!

Shit lets just fuck over the world with our shit even more, after all it was the U.S.A that dropped nukes on us!

Fuck you TEPCO!
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Sad to say I assumed they already mostly were.

Saw those pics of the vast amount of tanks holding the waste water in what were essentially black plastic garbage bags.
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Sad to say I assumed they already mostly were.

Saw those pics of the vast amount of tanks holding the waste water in what were essentially black plastic garbage bags.
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the fact that they stopped, by law, the reporting of it, doesn't change a thing...

even tepco have re-adjusted their reporting strategies...

i have a few damning articles up my sleaves shortly, when i return back from my outback tenure....
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MINAMI-SOMA, Fukushima Prefecture--It was no ordinary homecoming for Tomoko Kobayashi, after an enforced absence of more than five years due to the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.

She says she is "in no mood for celebration" given the daunting task facing her: having to start from scratch at the traditional ryokan inn that has been in the family for nearly 70 years.

The community that Kobayashi had called home was overrun with rats, wild boar and palm civets, and she struggled to protect the family business from that nightmare.

Kobayashi's journey home to start afresh took her via Ukraine, which she visited in 2013 to learn how victims of the world's worst nuclear accident--the Chernobyl disaster in 1986--were coping after all those years.

Kobayashi, 63, was shocked by the different approach authorities there had taken compared with that of Japan.

She said Ukraine takes a more cautious approach toward radiation risks.

Kobayashi returned to Minami-Soma's Odaka district on July 12 after the central government lifted a ban for 11,000 or so evacuees from the district, which is within a 20-kilometer radius of the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.

Her initial concern is living with low-level radiation.

She also worries for her future and whether she can get the business up and running. With her husband, Takenori, 67, Kobayashi has reopened Futabaya ryokan. The inn that she took over from her mother 10 years ago has 15 guest rooms and is located in front of JR Odaka Station, which is 16 km from the plant.

Another of her concerns centers on whether her return home to reopen the inn could play into the hands of the authorities.

“The central government is eager to wind up the program that compensates the victims,” she said, alluding to a sense that evacuees are being encouraged to return so that financial redress can end.

On the plus side, the radiation level in her neighborhood has dropped to below 0.2 microsievert per hour. Although it is three times the level before the triple meltdown in March 2011, the figure is significantly lower than in the immediate aftermath.

Since the disaster, Kobayashi has closely monitored the radioactivity of food, drinking water and soil by working with a local citizens group. In one instance, radioactivity registered more than 10,000 becquerels per kilogram when she measured the levels of the dust and dirt sucked up in a vacuum cleaner at her home.

Returning home means she still faces the risk of exposure to long-term, low radiation. How this could affect her health is not understood by scientists.

Odaka was previously designated a “zone in preparation for the lifting of the evacuation order,” where an annual radiation dose is estimated at 20 millisieverts or below.

Extensive decontamination work over the past three years paved the way for the evacuees’ return.

Despite the lifting of the ban, only 10 to 20 percent of the residents from Odaka and other parts of Minami-Soma are expected to go back.

Evacuees are reluctant because of the potential hazard of the long-term, low radiation exposure and the new living and social networks built during the five years they were away.

They are also wary of the risks of moving back in the vicinity of the nuclear complex where the unprecedented scale of work to decommission the damaged reactors is under way amid a host of challenges, including an accumulated buildup of highly radioactive water.

Before the nuclear accident, Kobayashi had a staff of five that washed and starched the linen. It was a hallmark of her ryokan’s hospitality. With only one staffer coming back, however, Kobayashi has to forgo the starched sheets.

At one point, more than 60,000 of the city’s 72,000 residents evacuated, including those who left voluntarily.

After she moved into temporary housing in Minami-Soma in 2012, Kobayashi occasionally visited the inn to clean up. The dark waters of the tsunami, spawned by the magnitude-9.0 tremor on March 11, 2011, almost reached the front door of her ryokan, even though it is situated 3 km from the coast.

Her neighborhood, which was blessed with a wide array of edible wild plants, mushrooms and freshwater fish, was transformed into a “gray ghost town.” The landscape became increasingly bleaker as gardens of homes were occupied by piles of black plastic bales containing radioactive waste from the cleanup operation.

Kobayashi had many sleepless nights. She wondered whether she could ever pick up the threads of the existence she led before the catastrophe.

Her turning point came in September 2013 when she joined a tour to the region in Ukraine devastated by the Chernobyl accident.

“I was curious to know how victims of a nuclear accident considered more serious than Fukushima’s are faring nowadays,” Kobayashi said.

Kobayashi also wanted to convey her gratitude to those affected by the Chernobyl explosion in Zhytomyr province for sending 150 dosimeters to Minami-Soma. The devices proved to be invaluable at a time when the city badly needed them.

When her tour group visited Zhytomyr, the residents there shared their experiences and answered questions sincerely.

What struck Kobayashi during the trip was the disparity between Ukraine’s local government and Japanese authorities in their handling of radiation risks and programs made available to help the victims.

In Ukraine, authorities are more hands-on.

“No Trespassing” and other warning signs were put up in communities, although their doses of radiation were lower than that in Odaka. Ukraine authorities issued a warning on the basis of radioactive contamination in the ground as it could lead to internal radiation exposure of residents through the spread of radioactive dust.

She also learned that a large number of people in Zhytomyr have developed health problems, not just cancer, but also a wide variety of diseases.

But they are guaranteed by law the right to receive treatment or to take refuge.

That is in sharp contrast with the Japanese government briefings with evacuees, which barely touched on the long-term, low radiation risks.

Kobayashi is outraged by this.

“The Japanese government steered displaced people toward their return by repeating that an annual exposure of up to 20 millisieverts poses little health risk,” she said.

Kobayashi said she would have been less suspicious of the intention of Japanese officials if they had candidly admitted that they didn’t know about the possible effects on health.

She is also angered about the way authorities treated evacuees in light of the July 12 lifting of the ban.

Evacuees from Minami-Soma’s Kawabusa district, a mountainous area that fell in the “residence restriction zone,” were also allowed to return. The zone is defined as one registering an estimated annual dose of between 20 to 50 millisieverts.

Although a dose in Kawabusa was confirmed to have dropped to less than 20 millisieverts, the clearance came as a surprise to many locals since it ran counter to the government’s previous policy of designating such an area first a zone in preparation for the lifting.

Kawabusa is home to about 300 people, including many children.

Despite a drop in radiation readings in her community, Kobayashi said she cannot ask her grandchildren, who are 8 and 2, to come visit her and her husband yet.

But she is determined to make an effort for rebuilding.

“I don’t know how many more years it will take to bring back the happy sounds of children to our community, but I am determined to do what I can do now,” Kobayashi said.
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Re: Tepco is planning on dumping all of the radioactive water stored at Fukushima into the ocean.
CitizenPerth, please be tolerant of my ignorance, but aren't most known materials tolerant to radiation only to a certain extent and they break down? Case in point those storage tanks?

We know steels deteriorate from it, I'm sure plastics or any other material must break down from neutron bombardment?

Honest question...

I'm not nuclear expert, but I do know, well, I do expect that all materials break down from sub atomic particles...

Isn't it inevitable anyhow that the stored waste is going into the Pacific regardless of Tepco's policies?
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CitizenPerth, please be tolerant of my ignorance, but aren't most known materials tolerant to radiation only to a certain extent and they break down? Case in point those storage tanks?

We know steels deteriorate from it, I'm sure plastics or any other material must break down from neutron bombardment?

Honest question...

I'm not nuclear expert, but I do know, well, I do expect that all materials break down from sub atomic particles...

Isn't it inevitable anyhow that the stored waste is going into the Pacific regardless of Tepco's policies?
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yes....

which is why, at the advent of the event?... they had global meetings, and the news went into lock down...

ELE? time will tell...

it's ongoing...
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bump
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2 late Godzilla is out the bag why the hell u think the west coast is burning and so damn hot all over the u.s i call it a planned attack by Japan ..just saying .I no if we got hiroshima twice like they did we'd want revenge too
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Thank you for the info. That avatar is just too much, also lol. God bless,perth.
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Thank you for the info. That avatar is just too much, also lol. God bless,perth.
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THANKS.. MADE THAT AFTER TEPCO ADMITTED I WAS ASSIGNED AN ÄTOM-BOY"STRAIGHT FROM THEIR PAYROLL RATHER THAN FIXING SHIT....
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Thank you for following this right from the start and keeping everyone updated.
It is awful.
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Thank you for following this right from the start and keeping everyone updated.
It is awful.
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thankyou.. but hat off to you...


it behooves me to say that as close to an ELE that we have ever as mankind created?...


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so easily so many that know are disinterested... and more so? those that do know? WILL have all dis-interested...
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CP it is nice to see that someone realizes just how serious this problem continues to be.

As a general people on here are only interested in all those bullshit short term doom claims.

Maybe the fear of something as serious as this creates many ostriches in people.

I for one am not an ostrich neither follow like a lost sheep the false doom mongerin given by so may on here.

I DO realize the reality of this ongoing problem and am seriously seeing it as a very real possibility of being an ELE, all be it long term.

My respect for you and your tireless unbiased following of this crisis and reporting the same to us is valued and appreciated.

Thank you and may you continue.
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Re: Tepco is planning on dumping all of the radioactive water stored at Fukushima into the ocean.
The industry-controlled nuclear regulators are pushing for dumping the radiation, as well.
As EneNews reports:

Juan Carlos Lentijo, head of IAEA’s mission to Fukushima Daiichi, Dec. 4, 2013: “Controlled discharge is a regular practice in all the nuclear facilities in the world. And what we are trying to say here is to consider this as one of the options to contribute to a good balance of risks and to stabilize the facility for the long term.”

Shunichi Tanaka, chairman of Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority, Dec. 4, 2013: “You cannot keep storing the water forever. We have to make choice comparing all risks involved.”

Xinhua, Dec. 4, 2013: Lentijo said that TEPCO should weigh the possible damaging effects of discharging toxic water against the total risks involved in the overall decommissioning work process. […] Tanaka highlighted the fact that while highly radioactive water could be decontaminated in around seven years, the amount of water containing tritium will keep rising, topping 700,000 tons in two years. […] nuclear experts have repeatedly pointed out that [tritium] is still a significant radiation hazard when inhaled, ingested via food or water, or absorbed through the skin. […] fisherman, industries and fisheries bodies in the Fukushima area and beyond in Japan’s northeast, have collectively baulked at the idea of releasing toxic water into the sea […] TEPCO will be duty-bound to submit assessments of the safety and environmental impact […]

NHK, Dec. 4, 2013: IAEA team leader Juan Carlos Lentijo […] said it is necessary and indispensable to assess the impact the tritium discharge might have on human health and the environment, and to get government approval as well as consent from concerned people.

Japan Times, Dec. 4, 2013: “Of course . . . public acceptance for this purpose is necessary,” said Lentijo, adding strict monitoring of the impact of the discharge would also be essential.

AFP, Dec. 4, 2013: [L]ocal fishermen, neighbouring countries and environmental groups all oppose the idea.

See also: Gundersen: They want to dump all Fukushima’s radioactive water in Pacific — Tepco: It will be diluted, then released — Professor suggests pumping it out in deep ocean (VIDEOS)

In the real world, there is no safe level of radiation.

And there are alternatives.

Dr. Arjun Makhijani – a recognized expert on nuclear power, who has testified before Congress, served as an expert witness in Nuclear Regulatory Commission proceedings, and been interviewed by many of the largest news organizations – told PBS in March:

We actually sent a proposal to Japan two years ago, some colleagues of mine and I, saying you should park a supertanker or a large tanker offshore, and put the water in it, and send it off someplace else so that the water treatment and the water management is not such a huge, constant issue. But [the Japanese declined].

Tepco – with no financial incentive to actually fix things – has been insanely irresponsible and has only been pretending to contain Fukushima. And see this.

Unfortunately, Japan has devolved into crony capitalism … and even tyranny.

So instead of doing something to contain the radiation, they’re going to dump it.

SOURCES:

[link to www.secretsofthefed.com]

[link to www.infowars.com]

[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Citizenperth


How do I get $ for Damages? We've known this has been going on but now that the cat's out of the bag shouldn't they be liable for damages,... I wouldn't mind living the last 3 years of my life hi on the hog so to speak!

wtf
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Atomboy in 3...2...1...

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If they are having money problems over storage they should apply to the u.n for cash, the world would glady give japan financial aid over dumping waste into the ocean. The world foodbasket, the sea, must have priority.
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bump12 MSM will never report this.
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bump12 MSM will never report this.
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Oh thats why few days ago they shit out articlean about radiation levels back to normal in the ocean.................
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First thing that came to my mind.

Bravo.
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Atomboy in 3...2...1...

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atom-boy.. as such, seems to have been re-allocated to whit everything i've purported as to have been fact and realised.... i would hope he is now on the discombulation crew of the useless water tanks or some such.......
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