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Remember Fukushima? It's Back

The problem with sweeping unresolved problems, especially of the unstable gamma decay variety, is that they tend to pop up at the most inopportune of times. Such as during global coordinated fiat ponzi bailouts. Kyodo reports that according to TEPCO a fresh fission reaction has restarted at Fukushima Daichi, and that boric acid is being injected to control a "possible nuclear reaction." Hardly the encouraging news that the world needs right about now.

From Kyodo:




TEPCO finds sign of fresh nuclear fission at Fukushima reactor



Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Wednesday there may be signs of fresh nuclear fission in the No. 2 reactor at its quake-damaged Fukushima Daiichi power plant and that it has begun injecting boric acid to control a possible nuclear reaction.



There has been no change in the temperature, pressure and radiation levels at the reactor, whose nuclear fuel is believed to have melted when the cooling system failed following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, the utility known as TEPCO said.



Gas samples taken Tuesday from inside the reactor's containment vessel may contain radioactive xenon, a gas typically generated by nuclear fission, the company said.

What is the conventional wisdom thinking on Fukushima anyway? Out of sight, out of mind? Yeah, we thought so.



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Deadly silence emanates from the nuclear powered white house where Obama has surrounded himself with people like his chief political advisor David Axelrod formerly a consultant for Exelon corporation, the largest nuclear plant owner in the United States, and Jeffrey Immelt, the CEO of General Electric who Obama tapped to head his Jobs and Economic Recovery task force. GE designed the faulty MARK 1 breeder reactors that melted down at Fukushima and 23 sister reactors that continue to operate around the US today despite industry watchdogs and whistleblowers calling for them to be shut down immediately. With just a little scratching beneath the surface we find that “thirty-five years ago, Dale G. Bridenbaugh and two of his colleagues at General Electric resigned from their jobs after becoming increasingly convinced that the nuclear reactor design they were reviewing — the Mark 1 — was so flawed it could lead to a devastating accident,” from an ABC news report by Matthew Mosk dated March, 15th. Evidence has existed for decades that these Mark 1 reactors are not safe and cannot withstand the immense pressures resulting from loss of cooling power, yet the NRC sits on this clearly and scientifically researched evidence and allows these plants to operate unabated.



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Fears over radioactive gravel from Fukushima - Telegraph


First glimpse inside Fukushima | thetelegraph.com.au

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Totally out of control

Reactor 2 radiation too high for access | The Japan Times Online


Reactor 2 radiation too high for access
73 sieverts laid to low water; level will even cripple robots

By MINORU MATSUTANI
Staff writer
Radiation inside the reactor 2 containment vessel at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant has reached a lethal 73 sieverts per hour and any attempt to send robots in to accurately gauge the situation will require them to have greater resistance than currently available, experts said Wednesday.



Exposure to 73 sieverts for a minute would cause nausea and seven minutes would cause death within a month, Tokyo Electric Power Co. said.

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Japanese Parlaimentary Inquiry: It was a MAN MADE DISASTER


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A Japanese parliamentary inquiry has concluded last year’s nuclear meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant was "a profoundly man-made disaster — that could and should have been foreseen and prevented.

You will be glad to know that the first unit to fail at Fukushima is identical to 23 plants in high population density areas of the United States. Thanks, GE®! "These are the worst containments in the world..."

http://www.pacificfreepress.com/opinion/11993-qman-made-and-preventableq-as-fukushima-goes-so-goes-the-world.html

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more bad news

http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2012/08/30/fukishima-radiation-ca-produce-mutations-hit-south-ca-177091/

http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2012/06/07/peerreviewed-study-fukushima-xenon-radiation-25-times-chernobyl-142301/

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And just to add...

- American Students Featured in Fukushima Propaganda Film: The cherries are delicious — The nuclear power plant has brought us together — “Fukushima is here, unchanged to this day” (VIDEO)

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Fukushima Radiation Damages Butterflies, but Not People--Yet: Scientific American Podcast

Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant suffered three meltdowns last year. Paired with hydrogen explosions, these meltdowns allowed radioactive material to escape. So what's the effect on the environment and human health?

The first clues come from what’s called the pale grass blue butterfly . This delicate insect's wings change color and pattern in response to environmental changes.

The offspring of female butterflies caught in the Fukushima region six months after the meltdowns sported such color-pattern changes , as well as deformed legs, antennae, wings and even eyes. The deformities persisted and got worse in the second generation of offspring as well.

The same deformities were found in butterflies collected from the wild. And the researchers induced similar effects by exposing normal butterflies to radiation from cesium particles like those that escaped Fukushima Daiichi. The research is in the journal Nature Scientific Reports .

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