Five years after Fukushima, and we are still seeing the consequences of our nuclear folly show up on US shores--and we are likely to continue to see them as the radiation continues to leak for thousands of years to come unless non-conventional methods to solve the problem are employed.
Given that conventional nuclear engineering has nothing to offer the clean-up of what is arguably the most devastating nuclear accident in the history of the planet, unconventional solutions that work are essential. Following a chilling discussion of the real risk levels posed by Fukushima by world-renowned radiation risk expert Dr. Chris Busby, scientists focused on how to deal with the situation as it is and the answers may well astonish you.
In a report circulating the Internet, Rima E. Laibow, MD (Medical Director, Natural Solutions Foundation) urges remembering the Fukushima nuclear disaster as we approach the fifth anniversary of the tragedy. Dr. Laibow is hosting a four hour Internet radio marathon tomorrow, Wednesday, March 9, 2016 in anticipation of the March 11th Fifth Anniversary of the 9.0 earthquake, tsunami and explosions that destroyed the nuclear facility in Japan, unleashing an unprecedented amount of radiation into the Pacific Ocean and Northern Hemisphere atmosphere.… Read the rest
PM Considered Evacuating Tokyo Naoto Kan at Telegraph Interview FUKUSHIMA FIFTH ANNIVERSARY MARATHON PODCAST Scientists, Researchers, Advocates Discussing Solutions March 9, 2016 – 4 to 8 PM Eastern www.HealthFreedomPortal.org In a report  circulating the Internet, former Prime Minister of Japan Naoto Kan admits that he seriously considered evacuating Tokyo during the days after the March 11, 2011 earthquake, tsunami and explosions that destroyed several nuclear reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power plant.… Read the rest
Fukushima Fifth Anniversary Commemoration “I’m looking forward to hearing from people like M. Murata, former Japanese ambassador to Switzerland, known as “The Conscience of Fukushima” along with a powerful lineup of people with plans – and capacity – to remediate Fukushima and ameliorate the vast and accelerating harm emanating from this horrifying tragedy.” Major General Albert N. Stubblebine III (US Army, Ret.)… Read the rest
Tokyo Electric Power Company, reviled around the world as TEPCO, owns the stricken nuclear power station Fukushima Daiichi (or Fukushima Number 1) as well as other power stations around Japan. Although two government panels have called for the prosecution of former top TEPCO executives for professional negligence, the first call was ignored. This time, however, ex-TEPCO chair Tsunehisa Katsumata and former vice presidents Sakae Muto and Ichiro Takekuro were charged with professional negligence over allegedly failing to take measures to protect the plant, despite being aware of elevated tsunami risks.… Read the rest
Fuku What? Fukushima. Oh, that old thing? Is that still a problem? Is that still a problem? Dr. Rima Recommends: http://tinyurl.com/RadProtect Well, yes, and it’s killing you. Have a little cesium 137, with that tuna, Sir? The plutonium comes with it, too, so there’s no extra charge for that, either. Welcome to Little Rock, AK, Madam, where the radiation is 1,625 counts per minute, which is 325 times normal.… Read the rest
FUKUSHIMA DISASTER ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIONS Greenpeace Remembers: “Five years on and the Fukushima crisis is far from over” As the March 11, 2016 Fifth Anniversary of the earthquake, tsunami and explosions that destroyed several nuclear reactors on the Pacific Coast at Fukushima, Japan approaches, various international organizations are engaging in commemorative events. Memorials are planned in Japan. Greenpeace has its sailing ship in the area.… Read the rest
Astounding Discovery: Local Property Values Dropped After Fukushima Nuclear Disaster! We Are SOOOO Fortunate to Have Science to Guide Us! We Non Scientists Would Never Have Guessed! There is not much funny about Fukushima. Hard to find a belly laugh in radiation poisoning, lies, deceit, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, infertility, birth defects in coming years, trauma and dislocation of lives, a poisoned planet and genetic damage that will last as long as life on this planet.… Read the rest
As Fifth Anniversary of Fukushima Meltdowns Approaches AMBASSADOR MURATA INTERVIEWED BY WORLD FINANCIAL REVIEW Anticipating the Fifth Anniversary of the earthquake, tsunami and reactor core meltdowns at the nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan, the global media begins to consider where the world is, a half decade after the disaster. For example, the World Financial Review, in discussing the financial problems of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, has raised the issue of participant safety in light of the what author Robert Hunziker termed the “ongoing out-of-control nuclear disaster” in a copyright story on the World Financial Review web site.… Read the rest