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Secrets of the worst industrial disaster in history: The public may never know the full extent of the damage from Fukushima
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(Natural News) Remember Fukushima? Most of us who live on the other side of the world can tell you it was the site of a triple nuclear meltdown six years ago, but that’s all in the past now, right?

The truth is that the effects of the incident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant will be felt by every living being on the planet for years to come, and it doesn’t matter if you live down the street from the plant or you’re a fish swimming in the ocean thousands of miles away. The true extent of the damage from this devastating incident is something that many people fail to fully grasp.

Radiation works slowly but surely to destroy everything it comes into contact with, and just how far the damage reaches is something that only becomes apparent over time. It’s just when most of us are starting to forget what happened that the effects of the world’s biggest industrial disaster in history start to rear their ugly heads.

The Japanese government has publically declared that the decommissioning could take around four decades and cost around $189 billion. But it’s what they’re not saying that is really concerning. Strict national secrecy laws and political pressures, along with powerful vested interests that don’t want the dangers of nuclear reactors to see the light of day, have kept a lot of information under wraps.

Those who “leak secrets” or “instigate leaks,” such as civil servants and journalists, will be punished with as many as ten years in prison thanks to a 2013 government secrecy act that came just two years after the incident.

In fact, those on the ground don’t even really know what to do next as there really is no precedent for this sort of situation, and plant manager Shunji Uchida has admitted: “Robots and cameras have already provided us with valuable pictures. But it is still unclear what is really going on inside.”

In addition to the damages already incurred, there are plenty of factors that could exacerbate the situation. For example, another earthquake could strike the area and cause radiation explosions. Earthquakes aren’t unusual in the country, which sees an average of 1.5 quakes each day.

Kyoto University’s Dr. Shuzo Takemoto said of Reactor Number 2 at Fukushima: “If it should encounter a big earth tremor, it will be destroyed and scatter the remaining nuclear fuel and its debris, making the Tokyo metropolitan area uninhabitable. The Tokyo Olympics in 2020 will then be utterly out of the question,”

Local sources indicate that deaths related to the accident rarely go reported, especially because most of these people die outside of the workplace.

Lethal radiation levels still being detected
Reports are now emerging that the Tokyo Electric Power Company, who operated the site and is in charge of cleanup, found lethal radiation levels in a leak last month.

Experts say the volume of radiation involved could kill a person within just an hour of exposure, and there are concerns that it could spur a worldwide catastrophe if it’s not handled correctly.

There are also fears that contaminated water will end up in the ocean, and inadequate storage of waste could prove to have far-reaching consequences.

A 2015 study found that children who lived in the area of the plant when the disaster stuck were developing thyroid cancer at a rate that was 50 times that of children who lived in other areas, and these numbers are likely to grow with time.

In the face of such widespread damage and devastation, you would think nuclear power would fall out of favor.

However, the efforts to keep the extent of the damage under wraps appear to be paying off as the global nuclear industry has more than 50 reactors under construction at the moment, many of them in Asia, with a further 400 in the planning stages.


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billed • 13 hours ago
Publicity on Fukushima disaster is not happening because Yakuza Japanese Mafia controls all detrimental publicity. Easy, just threaten to Kill/Delete all owners/managers and that soon stops all comments being undertaken on the environmental platforms. Have to be 'mental' 2 Comment without Insurance Cover.


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Godzilla billed • 3 hours ago
The Yakuza rounded up street derelicts for initial clean up, with an offer to send money to next of kin in the assured suicide mission. No records if anyone's survivors where ever paid.

Also at least 11 million new cases of thyroid canxer off the radiition, benefiting quack chemo profiteers.

Cri!inal pharma is The Yakuza, minus sone tatoos, or missing finger digits.


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Been Around • a day ago
The longer the criminals in the dirty nuke industry can drag out the full meltdown, the more money they can rape fron rate and taxpayers.

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Salient Been Around • a day ago
Bingo! Follow the money!


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Kilakila • a day ago
Great article! It always amazes me how short most people's memories are. Many were concerned about radioactive food immediately after the accident. But their concern didn't last long. Now, this is not a topic for them anymore. They would not even hesitate buying food imported from Japan. They cannot or don't want to deal with the truth. So they rather bury their heads in the sand.


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Ben Rockefeller • 2 days ago
Thorium reactors, Fleischmann-Pons, and ambient/atmospheric electricity (Tesla and others) are all potentially useful ways to produce energy locally and safely on a small scale. If you are not sure, then look them up. I wish I knew how to verify the research that has already been done into these techniques and then develop them. They are threatening to the centralised model of electricity production, transmission, and distribution. I suspect that this is why they are not developed.

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Chris4fhj Ben Rockefeller • a day ago
Solar is decentralised and can also be centralised if necessary.


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Geophysics Chris4fhj • 3 hours ago
Joule Box and geothemal far superior in loeer cosr, decentralized, safer.


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Infernoz Ben Rockefeller • a day ago
Not all of these are proven and will work at large enough scale, Cold fusion still looks iffy, but we really need to find economic and plentiful replacement sources of bulk/mobile power ASAP, because peak oil has probably already occurred; according to the 3rd book of "The Philosophy of Capitalism", the average oil grade is getting significantly poorer, so more energy costly to extract, transport and refine, so less usable product from each extracted/refined barrel, until zero ! Less total energy, and Capitalism and civilization struggle; too little, then more War & Pillage, war stalls from lack of fuel, then Dark-Ages!

There are statements from an old nuclear engineer that current nuclear fission infrastructure has (deliberately) stalled because the original plan was that the fuel could have been burnt a lot more times, by repeatedly swapping the fuel between boiling water reactors and fast breeder reactors, so the fuel storage tanks would only be used for storage until the contaminated hot fuel could be scheduled for enough time in a Fast Breeder reactor to burn off the poisoning isotopes. Thus we have a huge excess of hot and bulky fuel rods in crowded storage tanks, which are too full to be passively cool, with dangerous isotope contaminants like Plutonium.


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Knows The Score Infernoz • a day ago
Why would any sane person listen to 60 years of liars and thieves in the dirty nuke industry?!


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Nuclesr Engineering Ben Rockefeller • a day ago
Joule Box obsoletes centralized rip off power generation or grids.


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omni • 2 days ago
how can you know the "full" extent when the disaster is ongoing?

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Practical Thinker omni • a day ago
Ongoing by design, can be solvef in one week by imploding the full meltdoen and capping in thick cement.


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omni Practical Thinker • 19 hours ago
the radioactive waste is going into the ocean-are you going to cap the ocean


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Logicman omni • 2 days ago
You may not, but it can be stopoed and capped/contained!

However if you ask the brain dead engineers who put it in the location its at, but ignored both sesmic and tsunsmi engineering, whichvwas the case, as too costly, well then, the inmates are still running the assylum.

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Touche' omni • 2 days ago
We will send you with a geiger counter troll, and you can report back to us.


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omni Touche' • 19 hours ago
you may be stupid enough to go there-not me.


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Philosopher King omni • 3 hours ago
Ergo, dirty nukes rob, rape, kill.


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omni Philosopher King • 2 hours ago
??????????????????


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Global View • 2 days ago
Fukishima bankrupted Westinghouse and Toshiba, and is well on its way to taking out TEPCO, Japan, Korea, and all dirty nukes and fast breeder funding. Last Fukashima cost listed hoidted on rate and taxpayers, is $400+ billion USD and counting!

With 30 thousand year half lives on these radioactive materials, Fukashima is in fact an extinction event, in slow motion, designed, off a unexpected but predictable earthquake and tsunami, exactly to cull populations by eugenic globalist thugs, like Bill Gates, Monsanto's Hugh Grant, criminal quack chrmo big pharma, pro dirty nuke entities lime the Bohemian Grove Hillbillies and Bechtel, Killary Clinton, Bush 1 and 2, the Rothchild cabal of crimi sl central banking, George Soros, SRI, all of Wall Street. etc.

Said another way, slow kill through fear and scaracity reaps profits.

The guilty are the problrm (Fortune 400 and those above this paltry list). Eliminate them, eliminate the problems.

BTW, Fukashima can be solved in less than one week, for a few million dollars, with an implosion bunker buster lob shot, and a continous flow cement pumping event, to cap it.

I await the criminal troll responses trying to refute these truths.

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magilla gorilla Global View • a day ago
are you a nuclear scientist? sounds dangerous lobbing a bomb into
unsheilded uranium? is it your idea that a hole could be dug, lined
with concrete and only the cracked reactor would be hurled into the
hole, which would then be filled?

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Troll Chopper magilla gorilla • 16 hours ago
Trollese


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Demolition Expert magilla gorilla • a day ago
Implosion collapses the uncontrolled and expanding radiation on itself, to then be capped,....simple, lowest cost, effective....but that woul be too practical for the dirty nuke industry thieves milking this for ever dollar. This implosion technique is used all the time to extinquish on fire oil or gas well heads.


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magilla gorilla Demolition Expert • 3 hours ago
ive heard that before, seen it in movies etc. uranium isnt crude oil. the ocean is right there. couldnt they just use a crane with an excavator?

i know it has to be constantly cooled or its gonna blow and far as i know the other reactors are still there, one is cracked/damaged and others not. so seems like use of explosives in such close proximity to the other reactors may have the same result as another huge quake or tsunami or combo.


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magilla gorilla Global View • a day ago
are you a nuclear scientist? sounds dangerous lobbing a bomb into unsheilded uranium? is it your idea that a hole could be dug, lined with concrete and only the cracked reactor would be hurled into the hole, which would then be filled?


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Tit For Tat magilla gorilla • 3 hours ago
Are you anything but a troll?


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Demolition Expert magilla gorilla • a day ago
Read above and learn, unless you are just another dirty nuke troll.


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omni Global View • 2 days ago
the elite may want to reduce the population of the planet-but they do not want their playground to be a polluted wasteland-use common sense.


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Infernoz omni • a day ago
They must be quite stupid or insane if they caused this, including possible neo-con/Zionist involvement!

The problem is the reactor building (fission?) explosions fallout and runoff into the sea hasn't stayed local and will slowly spread to more of the land and oceans, so that land and sea food will become more radioactive, just like all the world land surfaces are contaminated by nuclear fallout from loads of atom bomb test by multiple countries, especially the USA and the old USSR.


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omni Infernoz • 19 hours ago
this was a simple application of Murphy's law as it concerns human activity-"if it can go wrong, it WILL go wrong"


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Not Born Yesterday omni • a day ago
Fukashima ain't a resort spot.


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omni Not Born Yesterday • 19 hours ago
is the damage limited to the specific area around the reactor-Time to take a moment and think-


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Troll Chopper omni • a day ago
Troll deflect


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Film Critic omni • 2 days ago
Do you remember the scene from the 1980 Superman movie, where Lex Luther is played by Gene Hackman? Cause an earthquake to make Fresno beach front property....same M-O here.

Last time I checked, jet setters, super yatchers, libtard elites and euro trash where not flocking to Chernobybl, Three Mile Island, Bikini Atoll, Fukashima, Trinity/White Sands, Nagasaki, Hiroshima, thr North Korean collapsed nuke mountain, Yucca Mountain, Oakridge TN, etc.


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Casual Reader Film Critic • 3 hours ago
Well said!


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Cogent Film Critic • a day ago
Correct!


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Chemistry Professor Global View • 2 days ago
AAAAAAAA++++++++!!!!!!!!!!

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Craig A. Mouldey Global View • 2 days ago
After all these years, they still don't know what is going on in those 3 buildings. They have how many huge, deteriorating tanks sitting there full of contaminated water and no answers. And I'm sitting here wondering about the cooling pool on the top of building 4. You remember. The one that had the giant crane go crashing into the pool, on top of all those spent rods. They started removing them and then I assume they stopped. How are they going to fix that?
It seems madness to even consider continuing to view this as a viable was of generating electricity, never mind building dozens more.

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Simple Solution Craig A. Mouldey • a day ago
Implode and cap.


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Global View Craig A. Mouldey • 2 days ago
Read the solution, implosion and cap and bury,


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Hilo Hitman Global View • 3 hours ago
As well as the proponents of rip off dirty nukes and tbeir familes.

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