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Fukushima Much Bigger Than Chernobyl Japan’s nuclear dis
Tue Jan 17, 2017 05:43

Fukushima Much Bigger Than Chernobyl
Japan’s nuclear disaster is “much bigger than Chernobyl” and could rewrite the international scale used to measure the severity of atomic accidents, a Russian expert said.

“Chernobyl was a dirty bomb explosion. The next dirty bomb is Fukushima and it will cost much more” in economic and human terms, said Natalia Mironova, a thermodynamic engineer and anti-nuclear activist in Russia.

Chernobyl, which a 2005 report by UN bodies called “the most severe in the history of the nuclear power industry,” was ranked a seven on the International Nuclear Event Scale (INES).

Mironova said, “Chernobyl was level seven and it had only one reactor and lasted only two weeks. We have now have years from Fukushima and we have four reactors which we know are in very dangerous situations,” she warned. Environmental groups such as Greenpeace say up to 100,000 people could die.

UFOs have a way of showing up before, during and after natural disasters. This recent earthquake of 2011 has seen an increase in UFO activity just prior to the disaster with many seen during and after Fukushima in Japan.

Two globes the size of beach balls, one black and the other fuzzy white, both opaque with short tails, were seen by a helicopter exiting the 20 foot wave onto the beach in Japan.

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Japan’s Nuclear Plants Dumps Radioactive Water into Sea

Contaminated water pouring out of the Fukushima nuclear plant has raised concerns about the safety of seafood prompting the government to set limits for the first time on the amount of radiation permitted in fish.

The company that owns the plant, Tokyo Electric Power Co., said that the leak of highly radioactive water had been stopped.

According to the Agence France –Presse TEMPCO was pumping 300 tons of groundwater for treatment before pumping into storage. It is tested for radiation and then pumped into the Pacific Ocean. The company has frequently been criticized for dumping large amounts of radioactive water into the sea.

The leak had lessened after the company began pouring liquid glass into gravel below the concrete pit that had been the source of the leak. Radiation is some 5 million times the legal limits. The Japanese built 40 percent of their coast with seawalls that were only 33 feet high. When the 9.0 quake hit and the Tsunami went over the seawalls the diesel-powered generators and water pumps on the ground floors of the nuclear power plants stopped. The temperature rose to 2200 degrees F that led to explosions and fire in the reactors.

Workers the real heroes fighting the catastrophe tried to contain the overheating, fires, possible meltdowns and radioactivity.

Five years later the radiation continues to flow into the Pacific Ocean causing the death of many types of sea life and danger to you if you eat the fish.
Celene Pascal of American University did a study of the content of 2100 articles and editorials published in the New York Times, Washington Post, Politico and Huffington Post.

Pascal found only 6 % referred to the risk to the general public. This is a significant finding for the focus of the news media during the largest nuclear disaster in history does not protect the public. Thanks to Nexus Magazine

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