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Published on Feb 15, 2014

Originally Published by jrae50021 on Mar 12, 2013
PLEASE READ RADIATED FOODS BELOW
HELEN CALDICOTT FOUNDATION FUKUSHIMA SYMPOSIUM: 3-12-13
The Medical and Ecological Consequences of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident.
US Radiated Food ~1200Bq per kilogram of Cesium-134,137 Limit!!!
Cindy Folkers, Beyond Nuclear,
Post-Fukushima Food Monitoring in the US

California Kelp 600-2,500 Bq/kg I-131

Central California grown Pistachios 18 Bq/kg Cs-134 & 137 Shipped to Japan. Safety network of Japan tested them and quickly pulled them off the shelf. This area is KNOWN to be a HOTSPOT yet the US STILL sells them to US citizens!
http://www.nuclearcrimes.org/Californ

Japanese Beef 650-2,300 Bq/kg Fed to Japanese Children US WOULD ACCEPT THIS!

California Grass 14 Bq/kg Cs-134 & 137 Cows eat the grass, milk is radiated, crops root in radioactive soil. US BLACKOUT ON INFO after 4-30-2011 from BERKELEY’s STUDIES.
http://www.nuclearcrimes.org/Californ

Pacific Blue Fin Tuna migrating to California Coast 9-11 Bq Cs 134 & 137

Green Tea Shipped from Japan to France 1,038 Bq/kg US WOULD

source video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYwTfp…
http://www.youtube.com/user/jrae50021…

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Deadly levels of radiation found in food 225 miles from Fukushima: Media blackout on nuclear fallout continues

Monday, April 08, 2013 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer

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(NaturalNews) New data released by Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW) shows once again that the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster is far from over. Despite a complete media blackout on the current situation, levels of Cesium-137 (Cs-137) and Cesium-134 (Cs-134) found in produce and rice crackers located roughly 225 miles away from Fukushima are high enough to cause residents to exceed the annual radiation exposure limit in just a few months, or even weeks.

According to Fukushima-Diary.com, which posts up-to-date information about the Fukushima disaster, rice crackers and tangerines produced in the Shizuoka prefecture are testing high for both Cs-137 and Cs-134. Rice crackers, according to the data sheet, tested at 3.7 Becquerels per kilogram (Bq/Kg) of Cs-137, while tangerines tested at 1.46 Bq/Kg of Cs-134 and 3.14 Bq/Kg of Cs-137.

The Shizuoka prefecture is located about 80 miles southwest of Tokyo, which is highly concerning as it is actually farther away from Fukushima than Tokyo. This suggest that potentially deadly levels of radiation are still affecting large population centers across Japan, including those that are not even in close proximity to the Fukushima plant.

It is generally regarded that adult radiation workers should be exposed to no more than 50 millisieverts (mSv) of radiation per year in order to avoid serious health consequences. For children, this number is far lower, probably somewhere around 10 mSv, with this being on the high end. But the average adult and child eating these tainted foods at their current radiation levels will not only reach but exceed the safe maximum in just a few weeks.

Radiation levels continue to increase in lakes, rivers north of Tokyo

But food, of course, is not the only major source of radiation exposure in Japan. Other data also released by Fukushima-Diary.com shows that radiation levels in rivers, lakes and shorelines around Kashiwa City in Chiba, located about 20 miles northeast of Tokyo, are dangerously high and getting even higher.

Since radiation levels were last tested in the Otsu River back in September, detected levels have nearly tripled, jumping from 5,700 Bq/Kg to 14,200 Bq/Kg of radiation. Similar jumps were observed in lakes and shore soils, the former increasing from 7,600 Bq/Kg to 8,200 Bq/Kg of radiation, and the latter increasing from 440 Bq/Kg to 780 Bq/Kg of radiation.

Any increase in disease or death resulting from these continued radiation spikes, however, will more than likely be blamed on other causes besides radiation, so as to cover up the severity of the situation. The radiation component of radiation-induced heart disease, organ failure, and cancer, for instance, will simply be ignored, and any uptick in deaths, particularly among the elderly, declared normal.

Meanwhile, a recent Rasmussen Report found that more than one-third of all Americans believe radiation from Fukushima caused “significant harm” in the U.S. This is likely due to the fact that high levels of radiation were observed in soil, water, and even food all across America in the wake of the disaster.

Sources for this article include:

http://fukushima-diary.com

http://fukushima-diary.com

http://www.rasmussenreports.com

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Just released! – Japanese maritime research finds evidence of nuclear undersea dumps contamination!

Off shore waste dumping sites hit by recent multiple earthquakes off coast of Japan

……Regardless of how it got there, “there must be some loaded organic material somewhere in the sediment”, Kanda says…….

Extracts from December  2012 article

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There has been another 7 earthquakes reducing in intensity over the last couple of hours reducing to the 4.6 level so far..

“…..These dump areas have been getting a lot of strikes from off shore earthquakes during the last nearly 2 years. Why doesnt anyone talk about them?

The areas with dark hatchings are “special” waste sites likely for nuclear and biological wastes and the larger areas for lesser hazardous waste..

What effects are the effected dumps having on the sea life in the areas?

How much damage to the seabed is occurring near these off shore dumps?

watch the visualisation video next to the above pictures to match hits on the dumps…..”

2011年の日本の地震 分布図 Japan earthquakes 2011 Visualization map

2011年の日本の地震 分布図 Japan earthquakes 2011 Visualization map (2012-01-01)


Follow this link for details and supporting documentation for above

http://nuclear-news.net/2012/12/07/off-shore-waste-dumping-sites-hit-by-recent-multiple-earthquakes-off-coast-of-japan/#more-33941

Horizontal distribution of Fukushima-derived radiocesium in
zooplankton in the northwestern Pacific Ocean
Received: 31 December 2012 – Accepted: 27 February 2013 – Published: 2 April 2013
…The Kuroshio extension seemed to prevent the southward dispersion of radioactive cesium. The vertical distributions of radioactive cesium off the coast of northern Japan around FDNPP revealed complex patterns mainly due to the water mass interaction between Oyashio water and Kuroshio water…. Hideki Kaeriyama 2011 December
…..134 Cs in zooplankton was detected in all stations and ranged from 1.9 to 10.5Bqkg-dw−1 (Table 1). The highest activity concentration was recorded in subtropical station 68 while the lowest one was in subarctic station 106. 137 Cs was also observed in all zooplankton samples and ranged from 2.2 to 14.9Bqkg-dw−1 (Table 1). High 137Cs activity concentrations were observed at stations 68 and 71, 137Cs in other 10 stations were one order of magnitude lower than that in the two stations, and the lowest activity concentration was detected in station 106. 134Cs was lower than137Cs in all the stations because of faster decay of 134 Cs during the 10 months after the accident and the pre-existing bomb-produced 137Cs……
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134Cs and 137Cs were detected in zooplankton and seawater samples collected from 20 western North Pacific (500− 2100km from the FNPP1) 10months after the FNPP1 accident. Because of its short half-lives, detected 134Cs could only be derived from the
accident.
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Radiocesium activities in zooplankton were high at around 25◦N that was not corresponded with the horizontal distribution pattern of radiocesium activities in surface seawater. We also observed subsurface radiocesium maxima in the density 25 range of NPSMW in several subtropical stations. Zooplankton communities included many diel vertical migrants. Both results suggested that contaminated radiocesium in 6153BGD 10, 6143–6170, 2013
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Horizontal distribution of Fukushima-derived radiocesium
M. Kitamura et al.zooplankton were derived from subsurface radiocesium through the vertical migration of zooplankton in the subtropical stations. However, high activity concentrations of radiocesium in subsurface seawater did not necessarily follow higher radiocesium activity
in zooplankton.
Activity concentrations of radiocesium in zooplankton might be influ-enced not only environmental radiocesium activity concentration but also other factors that is still unknown.

While Fukushima  Poisons And  Sets Us All  Up  For A  Slow  Death And Not a Damn Thing Is Being Done About It.  The Tragedy Of Colorado Is Being Used To Fast  Forward An Unconstitutional Agenda.   Can Anyone  Say  Psy-Ops?

Problem is  the Fukushma  disaster  and its  ramifications do  not serve  to   further t he  unconstitutional  agenda of  Gun  control and  Disarming the  People.  therefore   we and our   children are  left  in the dark  being  poisoned  by the  very  air  we  breath and the food  we  eat,  even the water  that  we  drink  because  of  Fukushima  Radiation and not  a  word is  said.

Why are  s o many  allowing  their attention to  be misled?  Yes  the   deaths  are a  tragedy  no one is  denying  that.  However , history  has a  way  of  repeating itself and  if  the  Agenda  of  Gun Control  is rammed down  our  throats the  Tragedy  in  Colorado  will seem  like a  walk in the park.  Our  Sovereignty,  Our Way  Of  Life, Our  very  existence is  on the line and  no one  wants  to  see it.  Why the  Apathy  towards  a  disaster  that  can  clearly  affect  us all Globally  ,  not just  locally?  Why  is  no one  more  concerned?  Are  we  asleep  or  just  kidding  ourselves?

Wake  up people and smell the bacon  burning   because  we  are  way  past the  cooking  phase.

~Desert Rose~

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Fukushima Nosebleeds, Suicides, and Cultural Dilemmas with Japan Gov’t LIES

[NOTE: Half-life is the time taken for a radioactive substance to decay by half.] * Cesium-134 ~ 2 years * Cesium-137 ~ 30 years * Iodine-131 ~ 8 days * Plutonium-239 ~ 24,200 years * Ruthenium-103 ~ 39 days [Ruthenium is a fission product of uranium-235.] * Ruthenium-106 ~ 374 days * Strontium-90 ~ 28.85 years [Strontium-90 is a product of nuclear fission and is found in large amounts in spent nuclear fuel and in radioactive waste from nuclear reactors.] * Uranium-234 ~ 246,000 years * Uranium-235 ~ 703.8 million years * Uranium-238 ~ 4.468 billion years

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S.O.S. From Fukushima English translation

Uploaded by on Jul 15, 2011

message uploaded originally by Nigoo100. You can send a message to the group ‘Moms to save their children from radiation’ at this email address:

mscrjp@gmail.com
You can send details of a relocation site at the following addresses:
hebergements_Japon_2011@yahoogroupes.fr

phillipe.denis38@wanadoo.fr

LiveCam Tepco Fukushima
http://www.tepco.co.jp/nu/f1-np/camera/

  • Eugene area radiation
  • March 24, 2011
  • By: Dave Masko
A piece of a building believed to have washed onto Newport's beaches from Japan's recent quake and Tsunami is something both tourists and locals are viewing with concern as more dead sea life and other junk from Japan's crisis continues to wash ashore.
A piece of a building believed to have washed onto Newport’s beaches from Japan’s recent quake and Tsunami is something both tourists and locals are viewing with concern as more dead sea life and other junk from Japan’s crisis continues to wash ashore.
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EUGENE, Ore. — The crisis in Japan has spawed new warnings about radiation effecting drinking water and food Tokyo, while local environmentalists here in the Eugene region think there could be ramifications here along the West coast if Japan’s nuclear reactors are not fully reparied.

Meanwhile, this post-Tsunami period along the nearby central Oregon coast — in Newport and other communities that depend upon “Spring Break” business as a boost after a long winter — “has been very quiet, with no Spring Break crowds in sight,” said one Newport business owner.

Tsunami’s wrath continues along area beaches

The never ending recession and nuclear radiation crisis in Japan is still felt along the central Oregon coast where Spring Break is way down, while tourist seem wary of just how “clean” the beach air and Pacific; meanwhile, post-Tsunami waves – blown in on currents from Japan — bring in all sorts of stuff with news, to include chilling images of people in Tokyo under a water ban due to high radioactive iodine levels that are also causing vegetable contamination and “infection” fears.

The U.S. government has also reacted to Japan’s nuclear reactors leaking radiation, and has ordered new safety checks of all nuclear reactors in the United States, after it was disclosed that 14 American nuclear reactors had “problems.” As Japan’s radioactive crisis continues so do fears along America’s West coast that more ill wind — in the form of new earthquake triggered Tsunami’s or even radiation from the Fukushima nuclear plant – will continue to put radioactive particles into the atmosphere. On Thursday morning, Japan’s public television station “NHK” reported “spreading radiation levels worldwide.”

For example, the United Kingdom’s Health Protection Agency says the recent radiation levels that are usually around 2.7 millisieverts (mSv) is now over 8.0mSv in some parts of the West coast of Britain in Cornwall and other regions that receive air current flows from the Japan region. Moreover, high 7, 8 and 9 mSv along the West coast, with a report from British Columbia that radiation is “not normal.”

Moreover, both the BBC and Japanese national television reports out Thursday note how “the tap water alert in Tokyo is anxiety levels soaring over the nation’s food and water supply. Residents in Tokyo are reportedly clearing the supermarket shelves of tap water. Also, milk, spinach and other vegetables from areas near the Fukushima plant were found to have radiation levels higher than regulated standards.”

Radiation drives people from homes, as they also lose water and food

In addition, NHK broadcasts on Thursday morning included news from the Fukushima prefecture – where the nuclear plant began a meltdown after the recent quake in Japan – that the Japanese government has order people to not eat “certain vegetables” because they may be contaminated. Fear of “infection” from the many horrors of radiation sickness is also spreading, reports the NHK.

Meanwhile, there’s a black lash against nuclear reactors when people ask ‘is nuclear energy worth a devastating accident that takes away one’s water and vegetables?’ According to a recent CBS News poll about 50 percent of Americans are against nuclear energy and say they want a cleaner environment and safe energy sources.

Smoldering nuclear reactors and high cost of food and gas hurt locals

Accidents can be devastating, “just look what happened in Japan,” said one Spring Break tourist along Newport’s trendy Nye Beach Wednesday while the lack of whale sightings – due to the gray whales’ northward migration being disrupted by the recent Tsunami – has bummed-out the kids who look forward to this whale watch week along the central Oregon coast.

The whale’s migration is a serious to whale watch fans who come to the central Oregon coast this time each year to enjoy the gray whale pods that sometimes put on a show with a dozen or more huge whales jumping up out of the sea and splash down.

Now, there’s a clear and present danger that whales, other sea life and man may be in real danger as people who once lived in Japan’s Fukushima prefecture area – that was famed for its lush and beautiful surroundings and many organic gardens and ancient nature centers, are now “latterly banned from Paradise, because the earthquake proved that nuclear accidents can happen without any way to prevent it,” said a local mother and teacher during a Spring Break whale watching visit Wednesday.

News from Japan’s NHK public television Thursday noted that the government is warning residents of Tokyo – and millions of visitors, to included many Americans – not to give babies “less than a year old, to drink any tap water.”

The warning has caused massive stockpiling of bottled water throughout Tokyo with stores, vending machines emptied while panic Japanese people wearing soiled face masks and shocked looks in their eyes, scurry home to seal themselves in their homes with duct-tape due to fears that radiation may be reaching their lungs and other vital organs.

Also, NHK TV in Japan reported “regular release of radiation” has been reported over the past 10 days with engineers risking their own lives to cool down the damaged nuclear reactors where spent fuel rods are spewing dangers radioactive radiation and contamination.

NHK also noted there fears of “infection” have entered the hearts and minds of not only Japanese people – that were interviewed on NHK TV – but also here along the Oregon coast that’s seen a dramatic drop in Spring Break tourism due to the recent Tsunami and its continuing after-shocks with news from the Japanese government that they’ve received reports of radiation coming from their reactors being measured along America’s West coast. NHK has broadcast numerous reports about their country’s earthquake having a devastating impact on other country’s that report high health and economic concerns.

Post-Tsunami period an “after-shock” for coastal people

“It doesn’t help that we get radiation from Japan, but gas is now over $4 and the year before last was bad, last year was really bad and so far this year with the Tsunami and all, it’s getting ridiculous to do business,” explained Steven, a seller of antiques and collectables in the trendy Nye Beach area of Newport that faces the Pacific and far off Japan.

On Wednesday, for example, a large slab of concrete measuring nearly 14 feet across and 11 feet high – as it rocked under the pressure of curious seagulls – there were few Spring Break fans who usually cram this popular beach that features a lighthouse and miles of free beaches where the dogs were out again after a nearly two weeks of being kept indoors due to Tsunami and post-quake radiation fears from Japan.

“It’s good to be out again, and breathing the air. The dogs needed it,” said one Newport local on Wednesday.

World Health Organization issue radiation warning signs

According to a BBC report Thursday morning, there’s new World Health Organization and United Nations health advisories that have been sent out in special message and news release with guidance on how to detect “infection” from radiation.

The BBC reports: “Exposure to moderate levels of radiation – above one gray (the standard measure of absorbed radiation) – can result in radiation sickness, which produces a range of symptoms. Nausea and vomiting often begin within hours of exposure, followed by diarrhea, headaches and fever.

“After the first round of symptoms, there may be a brief period with no apparent illness, but this may be followed within weeks by new, more serious symptoms. At higher levels of radiation, all of these symptoms may be immediately apparent, along with widespread – and potentially fatal – damage to internal organs. Exposure to a radiation dose of four gray will typically kill about half of all healthy adults.

For comparison, radiation therapy for cancer typically involves several doses of between one and seven gray at a time – but these doses are highly controlled, and usually specifically targeted at small areas of the body.”

Japan’s nuclear reactor crisis spawned by the Manhattan Project 70 years ago

Here in Eugene at the University of Oregon, there’s been numerous recent lectures on the Japanese nuclear meltdowns, via programs such as the Environmental Law Conference and “Nuke Info Night” that call for a transition from nuclear to solar and other safe energy sources. In addition, April marks the 70th anniversary of the “Manhattan Project” that was partiality developed at universities and nuclear plants in the Pacific Northwest and California in the Spring of 1961.

At the same time, the University of Oregon’s “Japanese Student Organization” has put up a website SendaiEarthquakeRelief.org to coordinate information sharing, nuclear radiation education and fundraising efforts.

Today, the memory of Hiroshima and Nagasaki is no longer repressed, but “transfigured with what’s happening now in Japan,” said one University of Oregon exchange student involved with the school’s Japanese Student Organization.

Moreover, students here are more concerned about what will be happening once Spring Break is over than just having fun while school is out with no cares in the world. “This issue of nuclear bombs and radiation is a shadow hanging over all human endeavor right now. I can’t think of anything more important that our futures under the cloud of radiation that’s now hurting so many people in Japan,” said one student who’s volunteering over Spring Break.

Looking back at the Manhattan Project’s terror and legacy

What’s chilling about the Manhattan Project documents are views from the project’s leader, J. Robert Oppenheimer and the pilot of the aircraft “Enola Gay” that dropped the first atomic bomb on the people of Japan.

Visitors to the Air and Space Museum in Washington can view a special exhibit about the Enola Gay and read words from its pilot Paul Tibbetswho, on Aug. 5, 1945, formally named his B-29 bomber “Enola Gay” after his mother. On Aug. 6, the Enola Gay left its base on Tinian Island in the Marianas with Tibbets at the controls, headed for history over Hiroshima. The atomic bomb, codenamed Little Boy, was dropped over Hiroshima at 8:15 a.m. local time. It produced a vast mushroom-shaped cloud that rose into the stratosphere. This haunting image would soon become the definitive marker of nuclear explosions.

“Radiation sickness would nearly double the initial death tool to well over 100,000 people during the subsequent years, and that was out of a population of 350,000 in Hiroshima at the time. To this day, there are more people dying in Japan from radiation sickness,” states the Smithsonian’s records.

The pilot, Paul Tibbets (who died in 2007 at age 92) who dropped the bomb on Hiroshima, later commented:

“When I level out (after dropping the bomb) the nose is a little bit high and as I look up there the whole sky is lit up in the prettiest blues and pinks I’ve ever seen in my life. It was just great. I tell people I tasted it. ‘Well,’ they say, ‘what do you mean?’ When I was a child, if you had a cavity in your tooth the dentist put some mixture of some cotton or whatever it was and lead into your teeth and pounded them in with a hammer. I learned that if I had a spoon of ice cream and touched one of those teeth I got this electrolysis and I got the taste of lead out of it. And I knew right away what it was.”

Experts explained that “what it was” was the impact of the atomic bomb exploding. With a temperature at its core of around 60 million degrees Celsius — far hotter than the surface of the Sun – the bomb’s after action reported noted that “the initial flash vaporized some of the Japanese people and turned everyone openly exposed to it for around half a mile around into a fused carbon relic.”

As with the Tsunami “shock wave” after the recent massive quake in Japan, so too was a shock wave after the bomb hit Hiroshima, say experts, and “that initial flash killed more than 100,000 more people and flattened nearly as many buildings in the process.”

Even more strange is the reaction to the bomb’s devastation by visitors to the Air and Space Museum today, say media analysts today who view “Americans as too comfortable in their own lives to even consider or imagine what it must have been like to be there in Japan when the bombs dropped, and even today as radiation from next generation atomic bomb technology is killing and forcing people to leave their homes.”

Even more chilling is J. Robert Oppenheimer’s view on what he and his team of scientists created with the Manhattan Project some 70 years ago next month.

“If atomic bombs are to be added as new weapons to the arsenals of a warring world, or to the arsenals of nations preparing for war, then the time will come when mankind will curse the names of the Manhattan Project and of Hiroshima,” said Oppenheimer in his “Letters and Recollections.”

Nukes and nuclear reactor radiation a clear and present danger today

In a world where the United States and Russia still have more than 20,000 nuclear weapons — and Iran, North Korea and terrorists want to get their hands on nukes— what President Obama’s arms control and recent arms reduction treaties with Russia is all important.

“China, the only major nuclear power adding to its arsenal, is estimated to have 100 to 200 warheads. The treaty being negotiated says nothing about the nearly 15,000 warheads, in total, that the United States and Russia keep as backups — the so-called hedge. And it says nothing about America’s 500 short-range nuclear weapons, which are considered secure, or Russia’s 3,000 or more, which are chillingly vulnerable to theft,” stated a recent editorial in Washington after the recent meltdown of nuclear reactors spewing radiation into the atmosphere in Japan.

At the same time, recent congressional testimony from Homeland Security, the FBI, CIA and other agencies that monitor nukes what may be in the hands of terrorists, note that “we can’t ignore dirty bombs as a threat.”

In brief, dirty bombs are a kin to what’s happening now at the leaking nuclear reactors in Japan. A bomb destroys a nuclear reactor and causes a meltdown resulting in radiation being released. Thus, radiation is “dirty” because it can’t be cleaned-up and it goes on killing human life for long periods of time.

“Think of the dangers of radioactivity like glow-in-the-dark paint,” states an exhibit at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) in nearby Portland. “Unlike modern luminous paint, which has to be activated by bright light, storing up energy to release later, radium lows constantly from its natural radioactive energy.”

The vast power of the nuclear Genie out of the Bottle

Also, there’s the problem of nuclear fusion that some scientists say is a clear and present danger at vulnerable nuclear reactors today.

For example, experts say that the Manhattan Project atomic bombs that were dropped on Japan at the end of WW II were “the equivalent of around 20,000 tons of TNT, while today’s nuke’s average about one million tons of TNT.”

Meanwhile, radioactive materials have been detected throughout Japan, China, in Europe and even here in Eugene and up and down the West coast, say experts who monitor the nuclear energy industry for radioactivity.

The ongoing nuclear reactor disaster and crisis that’s still going on in Japan is a reminder of Three Mile Island and Chernobyl, say experts who worry about the nuclear “Genie getting out of the Bottle.”

Three Mile Island, for example, caused concern about the concept of the “China Syndrome,” that was also portrayed in the movie of the same name.

During a “China Syndrome,” say scientists, “the overheating reactor eats through the land beneath it and goes on to melt is way into the Earth’s core while releasing massive amounts of radiation into the atmosphere.”

At the same time, a “Nuclear Winter” occurs when global nuclear war or even a series of nuclear reactors impact the climate.

The famed American atmospheric chemist Richard P. Turco coined the term Nuclear Winter in 1983 when explaining to the United Nations that it’s “manifested by significant surface darkening over many weeks, subfreezing land temperatures persisting for up to several months, large perturbations in global circulation patterns, and dramatic changes in local weather and precipitation rates creating a harsh ‘nuclear winter’ in any season.

Not surprisingly, scientists today are fearful of the same sort of nuclear winter in the wake of the recent and ongoing crisis in Japan.

Fukushima & now Nebraska Nuclear update 6/21/11

Uploaded by on Jun 21, 2011

Note, I am going out of town until Sunday June 26th so I will not be reporting until then. I plan to continue reporting when I return.

Rising Missouri River and Radiation detection
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCEweyj_XsE&feature=email

Japanese, West Coast Americans = You Are Most Screwed! (warning shit loads of profanity)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXEoic7BSVI&feature=feedf

Notification of Unusual Event at the Cooper Nuclear power plant june 19 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LimOeDCAL0Q&feature=email

Radiation Readings From East Coast for 2.5 Months!!! ☢☢☢
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNioPiOTfno&feature=uploademail

32 No Fly Zones In USA In 2 Days.wmv
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtjMOsSdlqE&feature=uploademail

Nebraska Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station Fire Left Plant’s Spent-Fuel Pool in Danger – Alex Jones Tv
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9UC1hBJkZs&feature=email

WARNING!!!! Horrific UNRELEASED Video Footage from Fukushima
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGTsAUvqdFk&feature=uploademail

Two-thirds of hot nuclear fuel remains in Calhoun Reactor Core
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRe8DMlMrbo&feature=uploademail

FUKUSHIMA – Its much worse than you think
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNgHw7F_ifk

Arnie Gundersen – Nebraska Nuclear Plant: Emergency Level 4 & About to Get Worst (worse)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHJ6C35fcwA&feature=uploademail

Japan: Dr Iven Mareels — “Engineers Likely Understood Containment Breached Immediately”
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07lcHo1pO1E&feature=feedu

Japan’s deadly game of nuclear roulette
http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/fl20040523x2.html
thanks to manekinekotattoo for sending that link!

US Radiation Soars 20 Times From Japan Fallout
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Otq3nA2PY4o

Emergency Alert : Nebraska Nuclear Plant: Emergency Level 4 Getting Worst June 14 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPs1BrQmouY

ALERT OMG Fort Calhoun and Cooper Nuclear Power Plants What is Coming Alert!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_kE3kxHdCE&feature=uploademail

Fukushima Live Cam anomaly or at moon?? 14.06.2011-15.06.2011.wmv
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fh5LIDe1KJM&feature=uploademail

check this out too:
fukushima Live Cam radiate? anomaly! 14.06.2011-15.06.2011.wmv
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klMVOr2O5Ro

I WILL NOT TAKE THIS SHIT ANYMORE! NEBRASKA IN DANGER MIRROR AND SHARE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxUTCff0c-E&feature=uploademail

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BP7pAPad0G8

Radiation Check Portland Oregon 14 Jun 2011.mp4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAuqfMUzMIw&feature=uploademail

Italians Vote Overwhelmingly To End ALL Use Of Nuclear Power In Italy!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLPX8Yb1DVo

Arnie Gundersen – Nebraska Nuclear Plant Emergency Level 4 About to Get Worse – June 14, 2011.flv

Repost as needed !
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sTmzUzruu8

Fort Calhoun near Omaha, Nebraska

“On June 6, 2011, the Fort Calhoun pressurized water nuclear reactor 20 miles north of Omaha, Nebraska entered emergency status due to imminent flooding from the Missouri River. A day later, there was an electrical fire requiring plant evacuation.

Then, on June 8th, NRC event reports confirmed the fire resulted in the loss of cooling for the reactor’s spent fuel pool. The discussion includes specific details of the technical failures at Fort Calhoun, the risks of coolant loss at overcrowded “spent” fuel pools, and the national hazards of nuclear facilities along the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, and other water sites during the current period of floods and climate change.”

I may or may not post the other parts to this, as it was exceedingly strenuous on my comp for some reason, I guess because of all the overlays and whatnot I added. Incase I don’t post the rest, here is the link to watch it on youtube:

(full 40 minutes) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHZdub3n0mI

download the audio podcast here:
http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/52367

Arnie Gundersen’s Updates on Fukushima: http://www.fairewinds.com

KETV News’ Piece on the Nuclear Plant: http://www.ketv.com/news/27392766/detail.html

July 15th, 2012
 Infowars.com

July 14, 2012

Globalist United Nations moving to undermine and kill off Second AmendmentSee more in Alex’s addendum and even more evidence/explanation of the gun ban intent.

Fast & Furious Staged to Pass UN Gun Treaty

United Nations’ Office for Disarmament Affairs
http://www.un.org/disarmament/

United Nations Disarmament Treaties Timeline

GENERAL AND COMPLETE DISARMAMENT: SMALL ARMS – 12 December 1995 United Nations report on small arms (Published 1997)

Secretary-General’s report on small arms (2011) [PDF]

Secretary-General’s report on small arms (2008) [PDF]

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Death by “Gun Control”: The Genocide Chart

Controlling Guns, Controlling People: A new history shows how gun control goes hand in hand with fear of black people—and The People.

Obama Administration Participates in Finalizing UN Gun Grabbing Treaty

Soros Promotes UN Control Over Gun Ownership

Obama Seeks US Congressional Ratification of UN Global Gun Control Treaty

UN Arms Treaty Would Impact Second Amendment Rights

U.N. Agreement Should Have All Gun Owners Up In Arms

UN arms treaty could put U.S. gun owners in foreign sights, say critics

U.N. Arms Trade Treaty Negotiations Underway

France, UK, Germany and Sweden call for binding UN arms trade treaty

NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre Stands Up for American Gun Owners at United Nations

UN Dispatch: No, the Arms Trade Treaty STILL is Not a “UN Gun Grab”

The U.N. Arms Trade Treaty: Are Our 2nd Amendment Rights Part Of The Deal?

Global gun control? Critics warn U.N. treaty would undermine U.S. gun rights

Mexican President Wants to Disarm Americans

Fast and Furious Scandal Gives Rise to Gun Regulation Debate

“If the American people learn that the motivations for all of this was to make a case to deprive them of their Second Amendment rights or to make a case to further the (Justice) department’s ability to further regulate gun rights within the United States, that would make them very angry,” said Rep. Trent Franks.

“We have an administration that has said ‘don’t let a good crisis go to waste’ and you wonder if this was actually a manufactured crisis,” Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-TX) said on Fox News back in the summer.

Bill Clinton speech at the 1995 United Nations 50th anniversary

Fast and Furious, Beyond Gun Control

House Dems focus on gun control in Fast and Furious hearing