[ RadSafe ] Fwd: [New post] Michael Snyder’s 11 horrible inconvenient facts about Fukushima

Hans J Wiegert hjwiegert at gmail.com
Sat Jul 4 14:59:47 CDT 2015

Just the name of web address "www.thetruthwins.com" makes this
suspicious.But at least there is no reference to Dr. Busby!


*Retirement is, when the only day you have to set your alarm clock is
Sunday - so you are not late for church!*

On Sat, Jul 4, 2015 at 7:51 AM, Roger Helbig <rwhelbig at gmail.com> wrote:

> Rather doubt that these now being widely broadcasted "facts" are
> indeed "fact".  What say you members?
> Roger Helbig
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Michael Snyder’s 11 horrible inconvenient facts about Fukushima
> by Christina MacPherson
> 11 Facts About The Ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Holocaust That Are Almost
> Too Horrifying To Believe
> http://collectivelyconscious.net/articles/11-facts-about-the-ongoing-fukushima-nuclear-holocaust-that-are-almost-too-horrifying-to-believe/
>  by Michael Snyder of www.thetruthwins.com  Is Fukushima the greatest
> environmental disaster of all time?  Every single day, 300 tons of
> radioactive water from Fukushima enters the Pacific Ocean.  The
> radioactive material that is being released will outlive all of us by
> a very wide margin, and it is constantly building up in the food
> chain.
> Nobody knows for sure how many people will eventually develop cancer
> and other health problems as a result of the Fukushima nuclear
> disaster, but some experts are not afraid to use the word “billions”.
> It has been well over two years since the original disaster, and now
> they are telling us that it could take up to 40 more years to clean it
> up.
> It is a nightmare of unimaginable proportions, and there is nowhere in
> the northern hemisphere that you will be able to hide from it.  The
> following are 11 facts about the ongoing Fukushima nuclear holocaust
> that are almost too horrifying to believe.
> #1 It is estimated that there are 1,331 used nuclear fuel rods that
> need to be removed from Fukushima.  Because of all of the damage that
> has taken place, computer-guided removal of the rods will not be
> possible.  Manual removal is much riskier, and it is absolutely
> essential that the removal of each of the 1,331 rods goes perfectly
> because a single mistake could potentially lead to a nuclear chain
> reaction.
> #2 According to Reuters, the combined amount of cesium-137 contained
> in those nuclear fuel rods is 14,000 times greater than what was
> released when the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima at the end
> of World War II.  Other estimates put this number far higher.
> #3 Officials in Japan admit that 300 tons of radioactive water from
> Fukushima is entering the Pacific Ocean every 24 hours.
> #4 According to a professor at Tokyo University, 3 gigabecquerels of
> cesium-137 are flowing into the port at Fukushima Daiichi every single
> day…
> “Yoichiro Tateiwa, NHK reporter: [Professor Jota] Kanda argues
> government statistics don’t add up. He says a daily leakage of 300
> tons doesn’t explain the current levels of radiation in the water.
> Jota Kanda, Tokyo University professor: According to my research there
> are now 3 gigabecquerels [3 billion becquerels] of cesium-137 flowing
> into the port at Fukushima Daiichi every day. But for the 300 tons of
> groundwater to contain this much cesium-137, one liter of groundwater
> has to contain 10,000 becquerels of the radioactive isotope.
> NHK: Kanda’s research and monitoring by Tepco puts the amount of
> cesium-137 in the groundwater around the plant at several hundred
> becquerels per liter at most. He’s concluded that radioactive isotope
> is finding another way to get into the ocean. He’s calling on the
> government and Tepco to identify contamination routes other than
> groundwater.”
> #5 According to Tepco, a total of somewhere between 20 trillion and 40
> trillion becquerels of radioactive tritium have gotten into the
> Pacific Ocean since the Fukushima disaster first began.
> #6 Something is causing fish along the west coast of Canada to bleed
> from their gills, bellies and eyeballs.  Could Fukushima be
> responsible?
> #7 150 former sailors and Marines say that they now have radiation
> sickness as a result of serving on U.S. Navy ships near Fukushima and
> they are suing for damages.
> #8 The Iodine-131, Cesium-137 and Strontium-90 that are constantly
> coming from Fukushima are going to affect the health of those living
> the the northern hemisphere for a very, very long time.  Just check
> out what Harvey Wasserman had to say recently…
> “Iodine-131, for example, can be ingested into the thyroid, where it
> emits beta particles (electrons) that damage tissue. A plague of
> damaged thyroids has already been reported among as many as 40 percent
> of the children in the Fukushima area. That percentage can only go
> higher. In developing youngsters, it can stunt both physical and
> mental growth. Among adults it causes a very wide range of ancillary
> ailments, including cancer.
> Cesium-137 from Fukushima has been found in fish caught as far away as
> California. It spreads throughout the body, but tends to accumulate in
> the muscles.
> Strontium-90’s half-life is around 29 years. It mimics calcium and
> goes to our bones.”
> #9 It is believed that the Fukushima nuclear facility originally
> contained a whopping1760 tons of nuclear material.
> #10 It is being projected that the entire Pacific Ocean will soon
> “have cesium levels 5 to 10 times higher” than what we witnessed
> during the era of heavy atomic bomb testing in the Pacific many
> decades ago.
> #11 According to the Wall Street Journal, it is being projected that
> the cleanup of Fukushima could take up to 40 years to complete.
> Sadly, the true horror of this disaster is only starting to be
> understood, and most people have absolutely no idea how serious all of
> this is.  What fallout researcher Christina Consolo told RT the other
> day should be very sobering for all of us. “We have endless releases
> into the Pacific Ocean that will be ongoing for not only our
> lifetimes, but our children’s’ lifetimes. We have 40 million people
> living in the Tokyo area nearby. We have continued releases from the
> underground corium that reminds us it is there occasionally with steam
> events and huge increases in radiation levels. Across the Pacific, we
> have at least two peer-reviewed scientific studies so far that have
> already provided evidence of increased mortality in North America, and
> thyroid problems in infants on the west coast states from our initial
> exposures.
> We have increasing contamination of the food chain, through
> bioaccumulation and biomagnification. And a newly stated concern is
> the proximity of melted fuel in relation to the Tokyo aquifer that
> extends under the plant. If and when the corium reaches the Tokyo
> aquifer, serious and expedient discussions will have to take place
> about evacuating 40 million people from the greater metropolitan area.
> As impossible as this sounds, you cannot live in an area which does
> not have access to safe water.
> The operation to begin removing fuel from such a severely damaged pool
> has never been attempted before. The rods are unwieldy and very heavy,
> each one weighing two-thirds of a ton. But it has to be done, unless
> there is some way to encase the entire building in concrete with the
> pool as it is. I don’t know of anyone discussing that option, but it
> would seem much ‘safer’ than what they are about to attempt…but not
> without its own set of risks.
> And all this collateral damage will continue for decades, if not
> centuries, even if things stay exactly the way they are now. But that
> is unlikely, as bad things happen like natural disasters and
> deterioration with time…earthquakes, subsidence, and corrosion, to
> name a few. Every day that goes by, the statistical risk increases for
> this apocalyptic scenario. No one can say or know how this will play
> out, except that millions of people will probably die even if things
> stay exactly as they are, and billions could die if things get any
> worse.”
> The area immediately around Fukushima is already permanently
> uninhabitable, and the truth is that a much wider area of northern
> Japan should probably be declared off limits for human habitation.
> But this just isn’t about Japan.  The cold, hard reality of the matter
> is that this is truly a disaster that is planetary in scope.  The
> nuclear material from Fukushima is going to be carried all over the
> northern hemisphere, and countless numbers of people are going to
> become seriously ill as a result.
> And remember, this is a disaster that is not even close to being
> contained yet.  Hundreds of tons of radioactive water continues to
> enter the Pacific Ocean every single day making the disaster that we
> are facing even worse.
> Written by Michael Snyder of www.thetruthwins.com
> Christina MacPherson | July 4, 2015 at 7:56 am | Categories: Fukushima
> 2015 | URL: http://wp.me/phgse-jUJ
> http://nuclear-news.net/2015/07/04/michael-snyders-11-horrible-inconvenient-facts-about-fukushima/
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