Saturday, February 9, 2019

Public Domain Photos of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Crisis


Greetings Readers!

I need your help finding public domain photos of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear crisis.

I've searched online sites such as Adobe stock images and can find NO photographic images of the disaster.

Isn't that interesting that all readily found images of the crisis are proprietary?

Please share with me any sites you are aware of that have verifiable "public domain" images of the disaster.

Thank you!


5 comments:

  1. https://www.citizen.org/article/tritium-leaks-nuclear-power-plants-contaminate-groundwater
    Palo Verde

    On March 2, 2006, Arizona Public Service (APS) reported to the state of Arizona that it had found water with a concentration of tritium three and a half times the EPA standard, in a maze of underground pipes at the Palo Verde site. Palo Verde discharges tritium into the air, and APS has suggested that some of it may have fallen back to the ground as rain. It is unclear if tritium has moved beyond the boundary of the plant or seeped into the underground aquifers that supply water to the local area.

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  2. https://www.opednews.com/articles/A-Response-to-Sen-Markey-by-Sheila-Parks-Ed-D-Congress_Energy_Environment_Health-190208-820.html

    Congresspeople in America are oblivious to the insanity of nuclear power and nuclear waepoms

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  3. Cyptome, an open information web site

    Search: cryptome fukushima


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  4. http://cryptome.org/nppw-series.htm

    https://cryptome.org/eyeball/daiichi-npp/daiichi-photos.htm

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  5. I believe Cryptome is run by spooks and the deep state. They even allude to it. They boast about their connections

    There are sites that have daiichi photos. Its good they do but the other content of the sites is questionable and so are their motivations like educate yourself.com

    Do yourself a favor and give up the cult think and politically correct think. Think for yourself. Come up with honest good information. No need to refer people to the awful croutons site because its is part some version political orthodoxy. Do some critical thinking. You are better than that. Refer to majias blog and the plethora of honest nonracist non politically biased sites. You do want to do something about the nuclear madness and fukushima don't you?

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