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Japan Fukushima Radiation Reaching West Coast?


Japan Fukushima Radiation Reaching West Coast?
Concerns are being raised about the plumes of radiation released from the meltdown of Japan’s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear reactor during the tsunami that rocked the area in 2011. The radiation from Fuk...

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This is what nuclear explosions do. Looks like a beautiful day but there's poison all around. Time to end nuclear reactors near you. It is not worth risking this.

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For NRC, IAEA, WHO, ICRP radiation damage only counts when people are dead immediately. Genome analyzes do not count, cancer does not count, death and miscarriage do not count. You can now get the allowed dose, or pick it up over years and decades. And depending on how old you are, you experience the devastation in appearance. If not, and you have propagated, then get the children or their children get it. And now the question: Who brings this cause and effect in connection? Which authority which court will recognize it? You see, now you have understood how this war works. Hope without facts is nothing. And here is an example: ONLY 7 (seven!) mSv destroy cell membranes if you use a dose rate of 0,01 mSv per minute. IF YOU use a dose rate of 260 (!) mSv per minute you have to wait until 35,000 (35 thousand!) mSv are reached! This is 5,000 times more energy! Although the first dose is low and slow This means: Slow and low doses are (over the years) MORE DANGEROUS than high doses!

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Radiation Slavery USA - PigMine Presents
From: http://www.youtube.com/user/PigMine2 December 25, 2010 Best Viewed in 720p HD. Another PigMine video. You are the target of tyranny and radiation. If y...

North Dakota struggling to deal with radioactive fracking waste


North Dakota struggling to deal with radioactive fracking waste
Environmental regulators and North Dakota state officials have expressed concern that the state has failed to adequately adjust to the state’s sudden influx of crude oil output, a worry highlighted by the recent discovery of abandoned radioactive waste.


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A licensed reactor operator at the Cook nuclear power plant in Bridgman, Michigan violated the Fitness for Duty policy.  The employee was evaluated under for-cause testing and has been suspended from accessing the...

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Part of the mystery and terror of the Chernobyl disaster is the invisibility of the threat. The explosion at the Vladimir Ilyich Lenin nuclear power plant released more radiation than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima, and one might never know they were being poisoned until months, even years later. Veteran photographer Gerd Ludwig’s spent 20 years photographing the area, chronicling the ongoing consequences of the radioactive release.

“You don’t see it, you don’t feel it, you don’t smell it, you don’t taste it, but it’s there,” he says. “It’s around you, and that makes many people oblivious to the danger.”

Ludwig has photographed the benighted reactor and the 18-mile exclusion zone surrounding it nine times in the last two decades. The photo book he’s crowdfunding, The Long Shadow of Chernobyl, gathers the deeply affecting images he took and shows why the disaster, which occurred on April 26, 1986, remains relevant.

“I want to give a voice to those people that suffered this tragedy and still are suffering,” Ludwig says.


30 Years After Chernobyl’s Meltdown, Gripping Photos Expose the Human Fallout | Raw File | WIRED
Gerd Ludwig's over 20 years of work at Chernobyl aims to capture the lasting effects of the accident that took place there back in 1986.

Vancouver Sun: Scientists concerned dolphin species on west coast to be negatively impacted by Fukushima nuclear waste — Radiation levels to be increasing for years to come along coast — Canadian gov’t sampling for Iodine-129 in Pacific

Mission 2013-17 CCGS J P Tully (pdf), Sampling – Rick Nelson of Canada’s Department of Fisheries and Oceans, June 6 to 25, 2013: Cs-137 and I -129 Sampling large amounts of Cs-137 and other radionuclides [discharged] directly to the Western North Pacific ocean during the months following the [Fukushima] accident. The radioactivity plume was transported northeastward under the influence of the Kuroshio current and was expected to approach the Canadian coastline several years after the accident. A Canadian monitoring program was established to detect the arrival of Fukushima radioactivity in the water columns of the eastern North Pacific and the Arctic oceans. Water samples were collected at stations occupied on the “Line P” missions on the CCGS J P Tully in June of 2011, 2012 and this year 2013.

Vancouver Sun, April 12, 2014: Sometime in the next few weeks highly diluted, low-level radiation from the Japanese nuclear disaster is expected to reach West Coast shores. Cesium levels will increase gradually over the next two or three years as the radioactive plume moves east toward the West Coast - cesium-134 and cesium-137 don’t accumulate in fish and animals and become more concentrated up the food chain.*** There is some concern, however, on the impact it could have on orcas [killer whales, the largest of the dolphins] on the coast. Initially in 2011, the amount of strontium-90 was a fiftieth that of cesium. But recently that changed to a one-to-one relationship. While strontium isn’t being tested for in the Woods Hole crowdsourcing program, all the sea water samples will be stored in a warehouse to test them for strontium-90.

*** Many government researchers have published information directly contradicting the Vancouver Sun reporter’s claim

More links at http://enenews.com/vancouver-sun-scientitsts-concerned-dolphins-on-west-coast-to-be-negatively-impacted-by-fukushima-nuclear-waste-radiation-levels-to-be-increasing-for-years-to-come-along-coast-canadian-govt-s

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A Colorado company is playing a big role in an effort to fix one of the worst nuclear disasters in modern history. In a nondescript building near Loveland, a series of tests are underway, to see if a Colorado company's invention can lend Japan a helping hand- or in this case, an arm.

"As soon as the disaster happened, our group, the first thing we said is, 'we know we can help there,'" said Marc Rood, business development director for the company Kurion.

The company has spent the past year building a carbon fiber, robotic arm, designed to go where humans cannot: to discover radioactive leaks in the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Kurion is one of only a handful of American companies working on the clean-up at Fukushima.


Colorado robot to help fix Japan nuclear disaster
A Colorado company's robotic invention is designed to go where humans can't- to find radioactive leaks at Fukushima.

Valparaiso, Chile suffers the 'perfect fire':
The fire that devastated the weekend from Valparaiso was not yet extinguished. The balance of damage was increasing with the passing hours: at least 13 dead, 2,000 homes and burned nearly 8,000 victims of the flames. More than 2,700 members of the emergency crews and 21 aircraft are working against the clock to put down the new outbreaks, concentrated in 2 of the 42 hills of this port city. "We are facing a fire of unseen dimensions" , acknowledged the president of Chile , Michelle Bachelet .


Valparaíso sufre el ‘incendio perfecto’
El fuego, que ha calcinado 2.000 viviendas en poblados marginales, saca a la luz graves fallos de planificación urbana

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My eclipse didn't go quite as planned. I had already scoped out the hill where I was going to shoot a timelapse...but that was yesterday, when it was 70 degrees out.

Oh, Michigan :/

RIP ~ Michael C Ruppert of "The Lifeboat Hour"

Via Mimi German of RadCast ~ shared Carolyn Baker's photo.

"My dear friend Mike has left the planet. I am devastated.
IN MEMORIAM MICHAEL C. RUPPERT, February 3, 1951--April 13, 2014.

Sunday night following Mike's Lifeboat Hour radio show, he was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. This was not a "fake" suicide. It was very well planned by Mike who gave us few clues but elaborate instructions for how to proceed without him. His wishes were to be cremated, and as of this moment, there are no plans for a memorial service. However, I will be taking his show this coming Sunday night, April 20, and the entire show will be an In Memoriam show for Mike with opportunities for listeners to call in.

It was my privilege to have known Mike for 14 years, to have worked with him, to have been mentored by him, and to have supported him in some of his darkest hours, including the more recent ones. I am posting this announcement with the blessing of his partner Jesse Re and his landlord, Jack Martin.

Thank you Mike for all of the truth you courageously exposed and for the legacy of truth-telling you left us. Goodbye my friend. Your memory will live in hour hearts forever.

I have no more details to share than I am posting here. We should have much more information by Sunday night."


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Michael C. Ruppert was forced to leave the LAPD after claiming that the CIA was complicit in selling drugs across America, and he became one of the most original voices to talk about climate change, g…

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