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Fukushima, Pandora's Box and the Nuclear Demon
« on: July 29, 2012, 06:22:59 AM »




WTF?


We’re losing our collective mind.

Please help and tell us the world has not gone madder.

Don’t you just love how the announcer deadpans the opening?




“The past nuclear accident forced thousands of people to flee their homes and live elsewhere.”


“The countries leaders want to make it possible for them to go back.


To do that, they’re going to re-classify some areas in the evacuation zone around the triple melt-through fiasco at Fukushima Dai-ichi.


Places with relatively low radiation will be re-designated as preparation zones, so residents can return home as soon as possible.”






So, forget the 20 km NO ENTRY ZONE, and Welcome Home...

Do the same morons make decisions for all nuclear-related issues in Japan?  :P

It sure looks like it!

We have searched high and low, and yet to find peer-reviewed data on how much, if any, radioactive asphalt can be washed away with water.

One immediate question might be: just where is this now-contaminated water going after being flushed from the streets?

“They say it can reduce radiation by about 80%.”

Prove it.





Where are you pro-nukie shills?

Let’s really get it on, as this time, it’s obviously a fight to the death. We thought we had you fools beaten at Diablo Canyon, as a nuke hasn’t been brought on-line since.

Back to the continued lunacy in Japan.





“Workers are focusing on roads and public facilities that are vital for daily life.”

Oh, great, now to be sure everyone shares in the irradiation downstream and assures the subsequent extermination of an entire populace.

This is a crime against humanity.





There is not enough time left to diddle around. Have your BOB ready and a realistic, well-thought-out plan or simply kiss it goodbye. The unaware and unprepared will be the first casualties when the bottom drops out in late August... maybe as late as October if Europe hangs in there a few more months.

And then, there is the spectre of the London 2012 Olympics.


We're dealing with deep wickedness, with naked evil and the beings behind it all mean to hurt as many people as they can. The worldwide financial crisis has brought untold millions of people to total ruin, millions worldwide are starving to death and the worst is yet to come.




'The Pink Hand', 'The Machine', 'IT', whatever moniker you wish to hang on the ghost in matrix (a favorite might be 'The AntiChrist'), is in its final death-throes and intends to take all down with it with its dark tentacles of repression, exploitation and oppression worldwide.

This is all part of the workings of the unspeakably ghastly agenda that is being played out on Earth by the coldly calculating Machine that has this planet and the human race in chaos.


Amaterasu Solar is obviously on to it with her 'chemtrails' mention.

The chemtrails are part of it.

The chemicals in the food are part of this agenda.

Deforestation of the planet's great forests and destruction of the marine ecology of the world´s oceans and seas are part of it.

Systematic dumbing down of the global population is part of it.

The so-called "War on Terror" is part of it.

The increasing criminilization of free speech is part of it.

The fiat currency, debt-based financial system is part of it.

The never-ending imperial wars, especially of the USA, are part of it.

Extortionate taxation of the world´s working and productive classes is part of it.

The coal, petroleum and nuclear power based energy industries are part of it. More specifically, the entire nuclear industry -- uranium mines and mills, uranium enrichment facilities, nuclear power plants, nuclear missiles and bombs, depleted uranium weapons -- all of this is incompatible with healthful, long-term habitation of this planet by human beings and most other biological life forms.

The explosions and melt-downs of the nuclear power plants at Chernobyl and Fukushima, and the near melt-down of the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, have proven that humanity cannot handle nuclear power.






We can´t control
the power plants themselves
and we have no workable answer
for long-term disposal of nuclear waste.
"


We have opened a nuclear Pandora's box, the nuclear demon has escaped, and we now have Hell to pay.




Japanese artist Isao Hashimoto has created a beautiful, undeniably scary time-lapse map of the 2053 nuclear explosions which have taken place between 1945 and 1998, beginning with the Manhattan Project's "Trinity" test near Los Alamos and concluding with Pakistan's nuclear tests in May of 1998. This leaves out North Korea's two alleged nuclear tests in this past decade (the legitimacy of both of which is not 100% clear).

Each nation gets a blip and a flashing dot on the map whenever they detonate a nuclear weapon, with a running tally kept on the top and bottom bars of the screen. Hashimoto, who began the project in 2003, says that he created it with the goal of showing"the fear and folly of nuclear weapons." It starts really slow — if you want to see real action, skip ahead to 1962 or so — but the buildup becomes overwhelming.




It may be that humanity
will go extinct,
and sterilize a huge part of the planet
in the process.


We are in deep trouble, we know that much.


The crisis at Fukushima continues to worsen, and there are problems at other nuclear power plants within Japan, as well as in the USA, such as at San Onofre, in southern California near San Diego, where there are severe safety issues.


Of course, all bets are off if Nukushima #4 SFP falls apart.

One of the reasons that PRC exists (IMHO) is to put 'the right' peeps together who share the vision and fully understand what Littleenki so eloquently speaks of.


For your edification and enjoyment:

10 trillion becquerels per hour of radiation currently being released from Fukushima plant": Researcher - August 18, 2011

So what is it?


76,000,000,000,000 (76 trillion) so far, or, 240,000,000,000,000 (10 triliion per hour) every day?


We know for a fact that tens of tons of uranium was launched and aerosolized, mostly from the Reactor 3 explosion.

And we know that Reactor 3 used MOX fuel which is uranium mixed with plutonium.

And we know that all used fuel contains plutonium.

We know that at LEAST hundreds of pounds of plutonium were launched and aerosolized from Fukushima.


It takes only ONE hot particle...

The proof is laid out quite clearly here:

http://nukepimp.blogspot.com/2012/01/uranium-in-air.html


For your consideration:

Fukushima Daiichi: It May Be too Late Unless the Military Steps In:
Akio Matsumura l Finding the Missing Link  11 May, 2012



"The highly radioactive spent fuel assemblies at the Fukushima-Daiichi power plants present a clear threat to the people of Japan and the world.

Reactor 4 and the nearby common spent fuel pool contain over 11,000 highly radioactive spent fuel assemblies, many of which are exposed to the open air.

The cesium-137, the radioactive component contained in these assemblies, present at the site is 85 times larger than the amount released during the Chernobyl accident. Another magnitude 7.0 earthquake would jar them from their pool or stop the cooling water, which would lead to a nuclear fire and meltdown.


The nuclear disaster
that would result
is beyond anything
science has ever seen.



Calling it a global catastrophe is no exaggeration.

If political leaders understand the situation and the potential catastrophe, I find it difficult to understand why they remain silent.






The following leaves little to question:

   .   Many scientists believe that it will be impossible to remove the 1,535 fuel assemblies in the pool of Reactor 4 within two or three years.

   .   Japanese scientists give a greater than 90 percent  probability that an earthquake of at least 7.0 magnitude will occur in the next three years in the close vicinity of Fukushima Dai-ichi.

   .   The crippled building of Reactor 4 will not stand through another strong earthquake.

   .   Japan and the TEPCO do not have adequate nuclear technology and experience to handle a disaster of such proportions alone.



Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon wrote a letter to Japan’s Ambassador to the United States, Mr. Ichiro Fujisaki, on April 16, 2012, discussing his fact-finding trip to the Fukushima Daiichi site.

Senator Wyden, senior member of the United States Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, mentioned that “the scope of damage to the plants and to the surrounding area was far beyond what [he] expected and the scope of the challenge to the utility owner, the government of Japan, and to the people of the region are daunting.” 

He also mentioned that “TEPCO’s December 21, 2011 remediation road map proposes to take up to ten years to complete spent fuel removal from all of the pools on the site. Given the compromised nature of these structures due to the events of March 11, their schedule carries extraordinary and continuing risk if further severe seismic events were to occur.


Many of us echo Senator Wyden’s concerns.


"If this catastrophe occurred, regardless of policy and politics, all 440 nuclear power plants throughout the world would be forced to shut down, yet our descendants no matter what will have to carry the risk of radioactive materials in the nuclear waste repository for 100,000 to 200,000 years.

This is a long amount of time to conceive of, so let me put it in context.

It is said that our anscestors might have made their journey to the rest of the world from South Africa about 100,000 years ago, and crafted our first tools of the Stone Age about 20,000 years ago.

We will need the same amount of time that our human species has existed for in order to safely deposit radioactive material!

How come do we envision the poison to be transferred on to our descendants for so long and how will we find a way to indicate the location of the radioactive repository?

Are we sure that the hundreds of radioactive repositories throughout the world be protected from severe seismic events for this incredible period of the time?

If this global catastrophe occurs, the best we can hope is that the memory of our disaster might be passed on to our future generations in the hope that they might invent the new technology to prevent them from another such catastrophe."




Nine workers are reported to have put lead shields on their radiation dosimeters to disguise their total exposure.


Executive admits role in Fukushima radiation manipulation scandal

Tokyo Energy & Systems, a group firm of plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co., has questioned employees at its Fukushima-based subcontractor Build-up.

An executive at Build-up allegedly made 12 lead covers and ordered employees to use them to lower the recorded exposure levels displayed on their dosimeters, according to Tokyo Energy & Systems.

A subcontract manager who told other Fukushima Daiichi workers that they should enter the plant with lead covers on the dosimeters, has confessed his role in the deception.  He made it clear the attempt of manipulation was aimed at falsifying exposure readings, saying, “If we’re exposed to levels close to the maximum, we won’t be able to get future work.”

“I came up with the idea to use covers because the dosimeters’ alarm repeatedly sounded” when he first entered the site, said Teruo Sagara, a director at Build-up, a subcontracting organization, during a press conference Monday at its office in Koriyama, Fukushima Prefecture.

“It was wrong,” Sagara, 54, said.

Three of the 10 workers whom Sagara confronted, refused to wear dosimeters with lead covers the following morning and then were excluded from the day’s work.  Sagara said that he refused to allow them to work as he did not know if he would be able to trust them to obey his instructions.

Now the Health, Labor, and Welfare Ministry has announced an investigation into the cover-up, with the goals of exposing any other flaws or indications of tampering related to radiological safety of the workers.



Fukushima officials worry new discovery of radioactive beef will harm reputation more after farmer confirms cattle not fed contaminated rice straw

FUKUSHIMA — Officials here are disappointed that a new discovery of radioactive beef shipped from a Fukushima Prefecture farmer was discovered and caused the central government to delay lifting the ban on the prefecture’s cattle shipments.





Workers Speak Out Against TEPCO: No Warnings of Radiation Dangers and Not Paying Promised Amounts

Workers involved in the restoration of the areas hit by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami and the troubled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant say their working conditions have been harsh.

About 1,500 temporary workers of subcontractors hired by leading construction companies gathered in Tokyo on Sunday to discuss the situation.

A man who took part in the construction of emergency housing in Iwate Prefecture said he had been promised 20,000 yen, or 250 dollars, per day, but received only about one-third of the amount.

The workers were forced to work without any explanation about the risk of radiation or any measures against heat strokes.

The organizers say these issues have not surfaced before because many workers find it inappropriate to complain when they think about the hardships of people in the disaster-hit areas.





Many local Japanese officials still on TEPCO payroll – Younger generations of TEPCO workers fear stable future work environment

The Japan Times reported on Tuesday that 19 members of various local legislatures are still on the payroll of Tepco. 

The writer contacted Tatsuo Ishiguro, who was elected in April 2011, shortly after the Fukushima Disaster, and asked if he was still on Tepco’s payroll. When the writer said over the phone, “Your current relationship with Tepco,” he abruptly hung up saying, “I am too busy now.”

It was subsequently confirmed that Ishiguro is still employed by Tepco and is receiving monthly wages from the company, receiving about ¥10 million plus ¥2.5 million to be used for “research” work related to his official duties as an assembly member, and another ¥15 million in 2010 from the political arm of the Tepco labor union.

Last December, the younger staff at TEPCO circulated a five-page document titled “Code Name: Hope” within TEPCO headquarters. 

The younger staff was frustrated with the current lack of progress in creating a stable future for the company “where younger generations can follow their hopes and dreams” and had hoped to  ”forestall government intervention and achieve a TEPCO-led reform program,” says one of the employees who worked on the Hope plan.

The plan outlined details for the nationalization of nuclear power plants and a hike in electricity charges.  The Hope plan also proposed breaking TEPCO’s power generation division into a state-run nuclear power generation company and four private thermal and hydraulic power generation companies, and splitting its fuel procurement and power transmission divisions into separate organizations.

It has now been learned that through the end of 2011 and into 2012, some TEPCO executives were hoping for the Japanese Government to be changed, and some view the Hope plan as a loud rebuke against the embattled utilities attempt to control it’s own destiny after the Fukushima Disaster. 

The Mainichi is quoted as saying that ”a generational battle is now raging within Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) over corporate restructuring.”


TEPCO executives received copies of the document but dismissed the proposal.


TEPCO and the government-controlled Nuclear Damage Liability Facilitation Fund are considering spinning off relevant sections so the four will each undertake thermal power generation and fuel procurement, electricity distribution, electricity retailing and corporate planning, Power Engineering reported.

TEPCO, which still faces billion dollar compensation claims, is set to be given a government bailout of 11 trillion yen ($137 billion) over the coming decade, and will be nationalized.





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Re: Fukushima, Pandora's Box and the Nuclear Demon
« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2012, 07:39:00 AM »
Beautiful post, Thor, which brings the continued ignorance of the Japanese leaders into the light for all to see...pressure washing?



Fukushima prefecture isnt some pool deck with a few dead bugs and algae stains on it...its a damn radioactive sludgefest!

And all that mud which rolls from the roadways?
I imagine the cars will stir it up really good now, as its friable when sparyed into smaller particles! Good grief!

So, the Japanese people leaders still practice Seppuku, only now with their constituents lives, eh?

And their hubris seems to have sheilded the intelligent thoughts which once occupied their craniums, too?

I think back to when they were losing WW2 and instead of being shameful losers, they gave it all with the kamikaze attacks in desperation.  Well, it seems that that level of honor has given way to the same cowardice and arrogance that our leaders exhibit.

American corruption has not been the only corruption, its just the most obvious, and now through the change which Thor speaks of coming, the leaders of every country are making desperation moves at covering the truth like an icing covered dog turd.

Somebody get Betty Crocker on the phone, this turd needs more frosting!


Tepco has set the stage for the rest of the world's crumbling nuclear infrastructure and how ignoring the reality of a radiated world will not work like ignoring a squeaky brake pad.

Doesnt this.....


 remind you of ...THIS...


Crap, Tepco is one Mickey Mouse organization!

As with a squeaky brake pad, we can drive her a bit longer Scotty, but soon the wheel will seize and we will all start to die from breathing the last free thing we have on Earth...AIR.



Oh wait, the chemtrails have that all loused up, too!

So the once-proud Japanese have become a nation of squirming larvae, ripe for their leaders to mutate anyway they wish...Where oh where did my Bushido go?

Gi

Taken with equaninmity, the right attitude, the truth.  When one must die there is no thought to giving ones life, if it is in Gi. Rectitude

Justice

Fairness.  The use of authority to uphold what is right.

Yu

Heroism, rushing into the point of a sword without hesitation.

Courage

Ability to face danger or hardship and keep your self esteem.

Jin

Universal love towards mankind. Compassion.

Benevolence

To do good. Show kindness. Be charitable.

Rel

 A most essential quality, especially in martial arts. Rei or Reishiki etiquette is the perservation of courtesy. The samurai believed it was better to loose ones life than be impolite.

Politeness

Show respect. Treat with equality.

Makoto

 Truthfulness.

Veracity

Honesty, accuracy, precision.

Melyo

 Glory without ego.

Honor

Adherence to principles considered right.
 
Chugo
 
 Devotion to ones lord and teacher.

Loyalty
 
Faithful to ones family, friends, country, and ideals.

Where did this all begin, and where did it all go wrong?



Maybe the Japanese corporate criminals should take a page from our favorite mouse.....

Tears for japan, shed from radiated tear ducts....

:(

Yes Thor, peace love and light is needed right now brother...badly!

Le

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Re: Fukushima, Pandora's Box and the Nuclear Demon
« Reply #2 on: September 07, 2012, 08:33:54 AM »
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Re: Fukushima, Pandora's Box and the Nuclear Demon
« Reply #3 on: September 07, 2012, 08:01:10 PM »
Thorfourwinds
Dear Friend, i've read your threads 4 some time & got a funny question to ye. Let's assume ye have become a president of the World. So, Mr. President, what will it be a plan how ye gonna solve a challenge from nuclear waste & outdated reactors?  ::)
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Re: Fukushima, Pandora's Box and the Nuclear Demon
« Reply #4 on: September 08, 2012, 07:54:22 AM »
Thor for president?

Hes got my vote!

Hows about the nuclear waste gets used for fuel...isnt it still radioactive?

The way I see it is that we need to proactively find ways to use the spent fuel, not dispose of it, and when it is no longer useful...well, the only thing we can do is bury it very deeply like at Cheyenne and hope someday our future generations find a way to deal with it safely.

As for the old reactors..dismantle them and bury them piece by piece, too.

Along with our leaders and their offspring.

Le
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« Reply #5 on: September 08, 2012, 11:44:17 AM »
Thor for president?

Hes got my vote!

Hows about the nuclear waste gets used for fuel...isnt it still radioactive?

The way I see it is that we need to proactively find ways to use the spent fuel, not dispose of it, and when it is no longer useful...well, the only thing we can do is bury it very deeply like at Cheyenne and hope someday our future generations find a way to deal with it safely.

As for the old reactors..dismantle them and bury them piece by piece, too.

Along with our leaders and their offspring.

Le
Littleenki, i'll be waiting an answer 4 a little while from our Friend & then i'll reply to ye in details  ;)
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« Reply #6 on: September 08, 2012, 11:55:11 PM »
Thor for president?

Hes got my vote!

Hows about the nuclear waste gets used for fuel...isnt it still radioactive?

The way I see it is that we need to proactively find ways to use the spent fuel, not dispose of it, and when it is no longer useful...well, the only thing we can do is bury it very deeply like at Cheyenne and hope someday our future generations find a way to deal with it safely.

As for the old reactors..dismantle them and bury them piece by piece, too.

Along with our leaders and their offspring.

Le

You brought up an idea, what about if we just put all of the reactors underground inside hardened concrete vaults and if they have a problem just seal the entrances. Along with who ever built them. Say a mile down or so in bed rock would do nicely....
 
Most of all these reactors went critical not because of the fuel being used, it is because of the greed for money and cutting corners where ever they could. They wanted all the money they could make.  A true reactor built to true safety standards can operate for 50 years with no problems. The greedy one will break when in trouble. Look at Japan, if the generators were positioned where they should have been, this would not have happened. If they built it to with stand a wave or earth quake, it would not have happened. They wanted the cake and ate it also. This is pure human greed you see, Now they are sweeping it under the table. The world should find these greedy people and at least prosecute them. Why should they get off scott free and with the millions they made from scamming the world. Greed.....
 

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Re: Fukushima, Pandora's Box and the Nuclear Demon
« Reply #7 on: September 09, 2012, 04:00:49 AM »
Burn it up in a thorium reactor....and that way it only last 300 years instead of thousands.
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« Reply #8 on: September 09, 2012, 07:10:26 AM »


ok.. sorry..buttin in here for one small comment

instead of just wondering about how to do it

why not together, as one..concentrate  on the safe and total stopping
of all nuclear anything...
then watch the papers

ok..just had to say that   

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« Reply #9 on: September 09, 2012, 07:59:41 AM »
Looking forward to detail, Sarkoy!;)

Sky, Im adding it to my already long repertoire during meditation...nuclear UN-proliferation!

Great idea!

Le
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« Reply #10 on: September 09, 2012, 10:53:16 AM »
Looking forward to detail, Sarkoy!;)

Sky, Im adding it to my already long repertoire during meditation...nuclear UN-proliferation!

Great idea!

Le
Looks our Friend got too busy to provide any answer, so, Littleenki, my reply to ye.
we have four possible options to deal w/ this question:
  • to burn spent fuel into harmless stuff would be great, but how long time will be taking to develop workable & safe solution ain't known even w/ HEIS aboard.
  • to bury this material safely been possible, but too expensive.
  • cost-effective graveyards can be run & no guarantees it will stay stable 4 long enough span.
  • if we have no the least idea to pollute future of children, to get Earth rid of  that stuff deeply into outer Space is the Best option. To spend some efforts makes possible to down price on LEO to economically reasonable level.
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« Reply #11 on: September 09, 2012, 11:19:39 AM »
Sarkoy...looks like 4 is the best from a quick overview..maybe 3...and if we get on it now..maybe 1.

At any rate we are in deep sh!t.

I like Z's idea of a sun shot, but as for our limited knowledge of the Sun's actual makeup, that could be simple, or disastrous.

Or simply disastrous.

What a conundrum, regardless, we need to stop making more waste immediately.

Yeah right..those guys are making a mint off of those nuke plants...and getting richer by the roentgen.

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« Reply #12 on: September 09, 2012, 11:32:45 AM »
Sarkoy...looks like 4 is the best from a quick overview..maybe 3...and if we get on it now..maybe 1.

At any rate we are in deep sh!t.

I like Z's idea of a sun shot, but as for our limited knowledge of the Sun's actual makeup, that could be simple, or disastrous.

Or simply disastrous.


What a conundrum, regardless, we need to stop making more waste immediately.

Yeah right..those guys are making a mint off of those nuke plants...and getting richer by the roentgen.

Cheers!
to shoot it on Sun is completely safe 4 Sun: Just remember how many Asteroids & Comets have been collided out the  ;)
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« Reply #13 on: September 09, 2012, 11:35:01 AM »
Sounds quite safe to me...maybe better than the alternative too!

When do we start building the rockets?

And what is the calculated failure rate for a fleet of rockets loaded with nuclear waste..even one percent failure could be catastrophic..

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« Reply #14 on: September 09, 2012, 12:04:23 PM »
Sounds quite safe to me...maybe better than the alternative too!

When do we start building the rockets?

And what is the calculated failure rate for a fleet of rockets loaded with nuclear waste..even one percent failure could be catastrophic..

Cheers!
rockets always been pure sh!t about actual efficacy, it's horrible & sad that this bad conception has become dominant one  :( mp-ramjets must be developed to provide cheap access on LEO, but f%!k the -- i need HEIS to make it  :)
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