Canadian scientist warns: end of Japan, America's Pacific Coast must evacuate if Fuku explodes




Published on Oct 30, 2013

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According to a statement by the group the Plaintiffs Against the Fukishima Power plant, who filed a lawsuit Monday accusing Tokyo Electric Power Company and government officials of negligence in the disaster: “The Fukushima nuclear accident is the worst corporate crime in Japan’s history and caused significant damage to the life, health and assets of the people of Fukushima and the rest of Japan.”
Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese write “The story of Fukushima should be on the front pages of every newspaper. Instead, it is rarely mentioned. The problems at Fukushima are unprecedented in human experience and involve a high risk of radiation events larger than any that the global community has ever experienced. It is going to take the best engineering minds in the world to solve these problems and to diminish their global impact.”
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David Vose   112 videos

Published on Nov 11, 2013

Paul Gunter, Beyond Nuclear, joins Thom Hartmann. There are new concerns coming out of Japan – as the stricken Number 4 reactor at the Daichii nuclear power plant is on the verge of collapsing. How is TEPCO responding to this newest threat – and can they stop a complete nuclear disaster?




M o’rourke  233 videos
Published on Nov 7, 2013

and the lies LIES JUST GET BIGGER AND BIGGERHawaii went radioactive yesterday with spiking radiation readings as shown in both of the two charts below from BlackCatSystems showing huge spikes in radiation levels. With reports of the Pacific Ocean dying and radiation levels rising throughout much of the West coast according to this scariest chart , is this Fukushima making its impact here in America? According to the alarming video below, Fukushima is now in fuel rod meltdown after heavy rains and a power blackout that we have not been made aware of by the mainstream media.
Amateurs and yakuza at the plant
Worker A: Just the other day, we had six people exposed to radiation when contaminated water leaked while people were exchanging hoses, but the leaks are mostly due to really basic mistakes. I’d say 80 — 90 per cent is about human error.
Worker B: Worker morale at the site is really low. Especially because of the high turnover, there’s not really a sense of responsibility here. The people I’m working with right now, their jobs before coming to Fukushima Daiichi were positions like working at a pub in Shinjuku (a district in downtown Tokyo), a pool lifeguard, a cram-school teacher, and a truck driver. They’re all amateurs. There’s not one expert among them.
Worker B: They’ve got to increase the number of workers here. In particular, they’ve got to bring experienced workers back to Fukushima.
Worker C: There was one company partnering with Tepco that made a ridiculously low bid, and that triggered a huge deflation of Fukushima Daiichi’s labour costs. Among the workers, there are guys who were sent in because they owe money to the yakuza, and some others are desperately poor yakuza without options. At the worksite, there’s nothing but yakuza and total amateurs…
Worker B: There was a journalist* who wrote in his book that a tenth of the workers at Fukushima Daiichi were yakuza, but it’s certainly true that yakuza types have been increasing…it’s a reality that you can’t get people gathered here without the help of gangs.
Worker D: In the first place, it’s a mistake to let this company that never had a proper preparation plan to deal with the aftermath of the accident. Plus, they have a lot of pride, so they (the company) can’t bow their heads and admit that the situation is untenable. Even though the contaminated water keeps increasing, the workers keep decreasing. Plus, even if there are policies to support children and victims of the earthquake disaster, there’s nothing for the workers who have been exposed to radiation, so eventually, even the amateurs and yakuza will leave Fukushima Daiichi too.
Worker C: Among the workers, there are the commuters and the ones who stay overnight, but once you enter a small subcontracting company, you can get held back at the site for 16 hours a day. It’s a place of long hours, low wages, no overtime pay.


truth4wtc7  92 videos

Published on Nov 1, 2013

The FUKUSHIMA RADIATION is not only out of control, it is putting in danger LIFE as we know it. 300 tonnes of RADIOACTIVE GROUND WATER IS LEAKING into the PACIFIC OCEAN every day. Nuclear experts say Japan’s disaster is intensifying and there shall be “No Happy Ending”. ALL SEA LIFE will eventually DIE! So will we…
Alright, so the scoop is that TEPCO is dumping radioactive water into the Pacific at the same time that a key company official has admitted that the problem is not under control. Furthermore, the beckerel per kg allowed amount in Japan is 100/kg, compared to 10 times more in America at 1,000 beckerels per kilogram. The cover-up fully extends to hospitals in Japan where there are cases of open rashes on people’s faces, and burns, yet health staff are warned by superiors to cover that up. Now the beckerel count is thousands of times above the Japanese legal limit !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Holy shit !!!!! Wake up Japan ! Wake up America ! Never mind dead fish, how about radioactive rain right here in North America. Wake up people !!!!!!
Finally when we factor in the Olympics being held in Japan in 2020, that is a recipe for political enabling of a further radio-active water and rain fallout that promises to extend as far east of Japan to the United States and Canada !!!!!! Looks like some extremely volatile radioactive fallout shit coming our way. I feel sorry for the fish, but even sorrier for the human beings here and in Japan who will surely suffer, or even die, down the road. WTF?????????????
Japan,… awarded the Olympics. Go Figure.


M o’rourke  233 videos

Published on Jul 3, 2013

In a two-hour July 2013 interview with an atmospheric scientist and planetary risk consultant, we learn that the Fukushima catastrophe is ongoing, that the US government is lying to us about our exposure to radiation and its attendant impact, and that our Food “Safety” agencies have raised allowable levels of radiation by more than 400%.
Simon Atkins, PhD, DSc, warns not to eat any Pacific seafood and to consider moving to the Southern Hemisphere, at least 15° south of the equator.
In a more staid presentation in March, a medical scientist presents detailed information on the impacts of the Fukushima catastrophe on the human body, in terms any intelligent lay person can comprehend.
Steven Starr, MT (ASCP), is a medical laboratory scientist at the University of Missouri, with expertise in nuclear proliferation and its environmental impacts, and is also a senior scientist at Physicians for Nuclear Responsibility.
His 21-minute speech is entitled, “The Implications of Massive Radiation Contamination of Japan with Radioactive Cesium” and was given at the Cinema Forum Fukushima symposium in New York City March 11-12, 2013. The event was co-sponsored by The Helen Caldicott Foundation and PNR.
Any increase in disease or death resulting from these continued radiation spikes will more than likely be blamed on causes other than radiation, effectively covering up the severity of the situation. The radiation component of radiation-induced heart disease, organ failure, and cancer, for example, will be simply ignored, and any increase in deaths, particularly among the elderly, declared nothing unusual.
The New York Academy of Medicine’s Fukushima Symposium makes crystal clear that there has been a deliberate effort by Japanese government, the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), the Obama administration, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) to downplay the long term health consequences of nuclear fallout, especially to children. Instead of backtracking on the billions of dollars he approved to subsidize TEPCO to build more US nuclear power plants, Obama is participating in an international cover-up to conceal the serious long term dangers of this technology.



By piotrbein