News about nuclear accident in Fukushima in April 2011
- West is at Mercy of Stuxnet, German Analyst Hints
German cyber-security expert Ralph Langner, who helped unravel the Stuxnet virus, told a global audience in March that the worm could be used as a weapon of mass destruction against targets in the West. At the end of his presentation on the subject, Langner arguably seemed to hint at the possibility that Israel is part of the danger, although in correspondence a few months ago he named an unspecific “hacker underground” as the possible threat.
- California Plutonium 43 Times, Hawaii 11 Times Highest Levels In 20 Years
An absolutely viral post is circulating Japanese websites right now expanding on my post about plutonium and strontium being detected in the US from the Fukushima nuclear reactor. The author says new EPA radiation data shows the levels of plutonium detected in California are 43 times higher in California and 11 Times higher in Hawaii that the highest levels detected in over 20 years. The author additionally expands upon the data first discovered by Lucas Hixton Whitefield and found US EPA radiation data showing plutonium and Uranium in Guam, Tokyo and Ibaraki Japa while the Japanese Government continues to deny such radioactive contamination as "rumors" to protect TEPCO.
- Horrible Working Conditions of Fukushima workers
- The Legacy of Chernobyl
Future of Fukushima
- Fukushima - gross miscarriage of radiation science' - RT
Gundersen on RT
- Geiger Counter Circuits
These circuits generate high voltages and can cause dangerous shocks! Do not build these devices unless you are experienced and qualified to work on high voltage devices.
- NUCLEAR EVENT USA: Perry Nuclear Power Plant OHIO 04/27/2011 - Plant Evacuated on 04/22/2011
- High Levels Of Radiation Reported At Perry Nuclear Power Plant In Ohio
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission, a supposed government oversight agency that is actually funded by the nuclear industry itself, has started a special investigation into high levels of radiation reported at the Perry Nuclear Power Plant in Ohio. The Plant was evacuated on April 22nd after radiation levels rose when the plant was shutting down for a refueling outage. Officials have been quiet on details, opting instead to force the public to believe an agency with a long history of cover ups.
- “Gross Miscarriage of Radiation Science,” In Fukushima As Strontium Found In Hawaii Milk
In a time when very few experts speak out against the official line, nuclear expert Arnie Gundersen has been an outspoken critic of the cover up of the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Speaking to Russia Today, Gundersen was quoted as saying that Japanese officials have taken part in a gross miscarriage of radiation science by not evacuating children and pregnant mothers from areas that have been clearly devastated by the high levels of radiation released from the tsunami stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant. Arnie also stated that the plan to cover the reactors in a protective shield will not work due to the fact that a lot of the radiation is leaking down into the ground water. Putting a cap on the reactors will not stop the radiation that is seeping downwards.
- Downed EPA Radiation site caused stir amid Fukushima monster cover-up
The incident was noted mainly among progressives due to their awareness about the continuing cover-up of radiation now falling on the United States, with no word of warning by the American president nor the Japanese Prime Minister. On the contrary, recently, Prime Minister Naoto Kan of Japan stated about the same time Fukushima was reclassified a level 7 accident, same as Chernobyl: “From now on, people…should live life as normal,” and should “consume products from the areas that have been affected” to “support the area.” To the PM Kan's statements, Michael Carlen of Presstorm in his article, "The Great Fukushima Cover-up." asked, "Who does he think he's kidding? In a word, "Sheeple, as illustrator David Dees answered with his most recent artwork (exhibited on this page).
- Storms Knock Out 3 Nuclear Reactors in Alabama ... No Leak, But a Reminder of Nuclear Vulnerability
Severe storms and tornadoes moving through the U.S. Southeast dealt a severe blow to the Tennessee Valley Authority on Wednesday, causing three nuclear reactors in Alabama to shut and knocking out 11 high-voltage power lines, the utility and regulators said.
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