Thursday, March 10, 2016

Five years of Fukushima (video)

Carolyn Beeler (PRI, March 10, 2016); Seth Auberon, Ashley Wells, CC Liu, Wisdom Quarterly

Ask Homer: fallout from a nuclear blast is like a nuclear plant meltdown (
Norio Kimura, 50, who lost his father, wife, and daughter in the 2011 tsunami, searches for his missing younger daughter Yuna near his home outside the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Japan, February 14, 2016 (Toru Hanai/Reuters/
Deep13th Nuclear Waste Info(Deep13th Nuclear Waste Info) Nuclear Watch: Meltdown at Fukushima Reactor 3 worse than thought (8/6/14):

The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant says the damage to nuclear fuel in one of its reactors may be worse than previously thought. Tokyo Electric Power Company engineers have been working to size up damage at the plant from the March 11, 2011 accident and start the process of decommission. Officials with the utility now say most of the nuclear fuel in Reactor 3 melted through the reactor core and is now resting at the bottom of the containment vessel. They had previously said some of the fuel was still inside the reactor. Their latest assessment suggests decommissioning Reactor 3 could be more challenging than previously thought. A government panel investigating the meltdown had said an improper shutdown of an emergency cooling system called "HPCI" had contributed to the accident. But the utility's latest analysis states the cooling system was already dysfunctional before workers shut it down. It says a meltdown in Reactor 3 started at 5:30 am on March 13th. That's about five hours earlier than previously estimated. It says most of the fuel melted through the reactor core and dropped into the containment vessel by the following morning. 

Five years after Fukushima, the clean-up has just begun
Carolyn Beeler (PRI's The World)
Five years ago, a massive tsunami hit the coast of Japan, killing nearly 16,000 people and leading to the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.

Tens of thousands of people are still displaced from homes near the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, and workers are using shovels and rakes to remove [2 inches of] radioactive topsoil from towns that may never rebound from the devastation.
DANGER: Radiation risk!
Crews at the nuclear facility are building tanks to hold the tons of water that needs to be piped into the damaged reactors every day to keep nuclear material cool.
“The most striking thing is the enormous amount of water tanks that are now on-site,” said journalist Steve Featherstone, who visited the plant last fall while reporting for Popular Science. “If we’re looking at the most immediate problem in the near-term, it’s this water, because it can’t all be captured."
Radiation -damaged DNA daisies (san_kaido)
In addition to the cooling water, hundreds of tons of groundwater flows underneath the Fukushima Daiichi site and gets contaminated by nuclear material. Some of it cannot be captured and flows back into the ocean, Featherstone said. More + AUDIO
  • See updates on radioactivity levels at
How to clean and remediate nuclear sites
Editors, Wisdom Quarterly (COMMENTARY)
My Secret Garden, Satorinihon, Fundain, Tofukuji sub-temple, Kyoto (Christian Kaden)
Nokogiri Yama Buddha, Japan (Colorsimake)
There are numerous ways to clean up nuclear contamination -- Paul Stamets' research on mushrooms (Nature's own clean up crew) prospering in the area, Browns Gas' strange effects reversing radioactivity, and Dennis S. Watts's rejuvenation technology (atomic waste decontamination).

But we are told it's useless, we're helpless, we need to find yet another planet/world to contaminate and start over again on, a new Eden.

Wait, we can do something: That's karma.
What do the powers that be know that we do not? What are they not telling us about contamination (toxicity) and disease (organic malfunctions in response to toxins) and ways to reverse or prevent it in the first place? When we put our trust in corporate consumer capitalism, expect more of the same rather than a sudden "change" that Obama and other mouthpieces/politicians promise every four years.

How to FIX Fukushima
Rejuv-A-Nation Research & Development: engineer and quantum physicist Dennis S. Watts ( is a water scientist, an eco-system consultant, and an innovator of quantum technological devices for healing and balancing. He is currently working with five governments purifying water and rejuvenating soil. Watts is currently working on solution sets for the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Here he explains (see previous post).

It's not what happens in life that matters, it's what we do in response to what happens (WQ).
You don't have to go to Japan for radiation. Find contamination in Nevada, USA.

In British Columbia, the government has begun killing wolves to save the caribou
Incest: kissing cousins...and sisters and brothers...parents (Laura Secorun Palet/
When Melissa, an administrative assistant in a law firm who’s in her 20s, met an older woman named Lisa a few years ago, it was love at first sight. The two have been in a relationship ever since but know that marriage is out of the picture. And it’s not because they are lesbian. It’s because they are mother and daughter. Incest is still society’s deepest-rooted sexual taboo, mainly because the word is so often associated with rape and inbreeding. Consensual incest...

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