Tuesday, May 1, 2012

What is Going on at Fukushima?


I have seen massive geysers of what look like smoke or steam released from the Fukushima plant on the webcam over the last 2 days.

The steam/smoke is thick and is tinged brown.

It is coming from the ground, mostly from the area around units 3 and 4.

It is most definitely NOT fog.

Fukushima Diary is reporting: "Massive radioactive gas covering Fukushima plants."

Fukushima Diary explains that Tepco told a Japanese journalist that the releases are radioactive gasses
 
Here is another recent video that shows an emergency light going off at the plant around the 2:00 minute point, after a steam/smoke eruption

What really has me worried is that there is a rumor that Tepco plans on "taking a vacation" from the Fukushima plant. This rumor has not been confirmed. Hopefully, it is false.

Enenews is reporting that "Coalition requests UN intervention to stabilize Spent Fuel Pool No. 4 at Fukushima — Endorsed by nuclear experts"
 
It is clear that this coalition does not trust Tepco as capable of containing Fukushima.

I want readers to recall the warnings provided by Japanese diplomats, Robert Alvarez, and Arnie Gunderson concerning the amount of radiation in the fuel rods at the plant:



Japanese Diplomats and Alvarez: http://akiomatsumura.com/2012/04/682.html


Main point from these experts: An out of control Fukushima plant is civilization threatening.
 
I'm not taking any chances. I went to buy potassium iodide today (which was on clearance) and the woman at the counter who sold it to me said she has never seen so many people come in, as has been the case over the last two months, complaining of various stomach ailments, including significant and inexplicable weight loss.

I realize this may be simply coincidental. However, I am not so sure it is....

I am worried that the plant is being, or has been, abandoned and that our government officials will censor any news of fallout for fear of public panic. That has been government strategy all through this mega-disaster.

If Tepco is truly pulling workers out of the plant, then we might be advised to engage in extra mitigation measures because it will only be a matter of time, under that scenario, before the remaining fuel in the spent fuel pools ignites.

Watch the jet stream.

Stay inside if it is over your area, particularly if it is raining.

I feel exhausted from this battle against censorship, public apathy, and rampant corruption.



1 comment:

  1. World Class Swimmer dies of Heart Attack in US

    PS its the cesium.

    Swimming world champ Dale Oen dies during training

    Published May 01, 2012 Associated Press Obit Alexander Dale O_Pata.jpg Aug. 10, 2010:

    In this file photo Norway's Alexander Dale Oen celebrates winning the gold medal in the Men's 100m breaststroke final at the Swimming European Championships in Budapest, Hungary. OSLO, Norway – Alexander Dale Oen, a world champion swimmer who was one of Norway's top medal hopes for the London Olympics, has died during training camp in Flagstaff, Ariz.

    He was 26. Federation President Per Rune Eknes said Dale Oen died after suffering a cardiac arrest.

    In a statement, the federation said the 100-meter breaststroke world champion was found collapsed on the floor of his bathroom late Monday. He was taken to the Flagstaff Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. Read more:

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