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#141 Alder Logs

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Posted 06 September 2018 - 10:12 AM

Warhead Lab Leaks Killed Thousands
In The Fukushima Disaster


By Yoichi Shimatsu

 


https://rense.com/ge...96/warhead.html

 

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One of the anomalies from the Fukushima nuclear disaster is that releases of radioactive isotopes throughout the Pacific Basin are far greater in quantity than what’s indicated on the ground in northeast Japan. Reaching across the western region of North America, into the Rockies some 10,000 km distant from Japan, the wildlife count of aquatic species, birds and insects has been plummeting since March 2011.

The long-distance effect should be a pale reflection of a huge toll in human deaths in and around Fukushima Prefecture. Although there’s been a decline in the Japanese birth rate and a spate of sudden deaths on train platforms in Tokyo, the island nation has witnessed only a gradual reduction in population rather than the precipitous drop anticipated soon after the disaster. What accounts for this disparity between the wide-spread radioactivity impact across the Americas versus the moderate toll inside Japan?
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On this 7th anniversary of the Fukushima triple disaster, a video on Japanese N-weapons production in the Greater Fukushima region, produced by French environmental filmmaker Phillippe Carillo and myself, based on the disturbing findings from my dozen research visits into the 20-30 km nuclear exclusion zone is being released here at rense.com. Here the key points are summarized:

First, the meltdowns at three civilian reactors and related fires at the TEPCO Fukushima No.1 nuclear plant were not the only sources of radioactivity releases. As dangerous as it turned out to be, including the explosion of the weapons-related mixed-oxide (MOX) fuel rods inside the Toshiba-Westinghouse Reactor 3, the rate of isotope releases solely from Fukushima plant cannot account for the grandeur of scale of contaminated seawater and marine-layer moisture that’s been hitting the American shores.

Second, a much greater amount of highly enriched plutonium was released from separate nuclear disasters that occurred at four nuclear-warhead production sites:

- an underground lab inside the compound of the seaside Haramachi coal-fired plant operated by the Tohoku Electric Power Company, less than six km north of Fukushima No.1;

- the TEPCO Thermal (oil-fueled) power plant in Hirono, about 4 km south of the Fukushima No.2 nuclear plant in the Iwaki district;

- a yet-uncovered lab or processing center inside the Fukushima No.1 compound; and

- a military nuclear-weapons test site in Kitakami, near its namesake mountain range, in Iwate Prefecture, north of Fukushima and Miyagi prefectures.
In addition, steady releases of heavy water have flowed out of a suspected tritium-extraction facility inside the hollow structure of the Kido Dam, in the hills west of Hirono town. According to local residents, there are several other sensitive sites in the eastern Abukuma Plateau, making the Greater Fukushima nuclear complex one of the largest and the most-advanced warhead production site in the world.

It might be noted here, though unmentioned in the video, that the military-focused nuclear program will soon be resuming at the Oma nuclear plant on the northern tip of Honshu, near the Misawa USAF base and within sight of Hakodate, Hokkaido, across the Tsugaru Strait. The remote area has no major city in the vicinity for the marketing of electricity. One of the ramifications of secret weapons development by Japan is that it compels North Korea to amass a deterrence capability, and unless the Japanese program is officially exposed and dismantled, Northeast Asia will continue to be a center of nuclear-weapons confrontation between at least five countries.

The misdirection of focusing solely on Pyongyang, of course, has not only been hypocritical, it is a massive self-deception concerning Japanese duplicity over its vaunted “Three Non-Nuclear Principles”. When its warhead-production is fully functioning again it will be merely a matter of time before a revanchist faction decides to get its revenge for Hiroshima and Nagasaki, although in the meanwhile the radioactive outflows from Fukushima are doing that task quite efficiently.

Secret Underground Nuke Labs

Headquartered in neighboring Miyagi Prefecture the Tohoku Electric Power Company (a regional utility company unrelated to TEPCO) burns North Korean coal at its Haramachi thermal plant. Curiously, none of that enormous power supply is delivered to the nearby city of Soma or to Miyagi communities across the provincial border. All of its 20,000kW output is allocated to the TEPCO Fukushima No.1 nuclear plant or used on-site for indeterminate purposes. Why does a large-scale conventional power plant have to be dedicated to powering a nuclear plant along with its own massive energy consumption?

This question is the key to unlocking the secret vault of nuclear-weapons production. As exposed by my April 2011 interview with a parliamentarian who was trained in nuclear engineering, the earthquake-caused collapse of the power-transmission line from Haramachi resulted in the outage that knocked out the computers controlling the Fukushima No.1 facility, the first falling domino that led to the meltdowns.

Enormous amounts of continuous power are required for the new GE-Hitachi “global laser extraction” system employing gasification, electromagnetic charging and laser-separation of enriched plutonium from spent fuel rods. This novel process defies the traditional view that Pu cannot be separated from the uranium content in mixed-oxide rods, thereby enabling vast arsenals of hydrogen bombs to now be rapidly produced from nuclear waste from civilian power plants. Research and full-on production were being conducted in secret at the three secret underground labs: Haramachi, Hirono and somewhere underground at the Fukushima No.1 site.



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Posted 06 September 2018 - 11:25 AM

So let's say we expose every secret nuclear weapons program on the face of the earth.......

Then what?

 

This is the question I ask myself. 



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Posted 07 September 2019 - 12:11 AM

Just heard on the radio: Fukushima to start dumping into the Pacific Ocean as their storage capabilities are used up.



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Posted 07 September 2019 - 07:00 AM

Well, I guess this kinda thing was inevitable, but the consequences will be horrendous. 

 

 

One thing we seem really good at is screwing anything up to the max........ YAY mankind :(

 

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Posted 07 September 2019 - 10:35 AM

Am I the only one who remembers the lessons taught by Mickey Mouse in the movie "The Sorcerer's Apprentice"?


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Posted 07 September 2019 - 10:49 AM

Here's what I was able to find on this:  https://www.asiatime...ive-water-dump/


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Posted 07 September 2019 - 11:10 AM

I've been reading into this ever since this thread was started.

 

Fact is that the situation is pretty dire and equally hopeless. Every acrobatic idea they've had so far has fallen short of its intended goal. Then the data is rounded-off, softened, and massaged into a quasi-presentable form.

I just feel blessed that I got to live on the earth before it was completely poisoned by mankind. Growing up in a world (at my young age) where the sky was not filled with commercial airliners, the roads were fewer and the automobiles fewer still.......I really miss the days of the rotary-dial telephone. There is something to be said for simplicity.


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Posted 07 September 2019 - 12:54 PM

What I remember from my first two trips up the Sierra Nevada and Cascade ranges, along the river valleys and streams, across the meadows, farm fields, and deserts, was that there were few barbed wire fences.  We could pull over nearly anywhere and spread the drop-cloth and roll out our sleeping bags, and never be bothered by a single soul.  That was 1957 and '58.  When I returned in '68, a change in that paradigm had begun.  I seem to have karmic memories of being a native of this continent.  I will hold these in my heart, and know what is possible.



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Posted 07 September 2019 - 06:47 PM

near the end of the Civil War the cemeteries operated by the Federal Govt were filled up with dead Yankees. Yankees didn't want their own dead stacking up Up North so they (they being Quartermaster of the Army Montgomery Meigs) visited spite and revenge on Robert E. Lee, whom he held singularly responsible for the war (how convenient), by opening Arlington National Cemetery just feet off of the front porch of Lee's family home. You have to give it up to Meigs, the man had a gift for spite.

 

In that spirit I'd like to suggest that every shitbird responsible for the design and placement of that set of reactors be moved to several counties of land in Japan and kept there for the next hundred thousand years with the carefully sealed radiation they're about to dump in the Pacific. Once there they'd be given the option of procreating or not.  Sorry, but the commons ain't their landfill. Not in a just world.

 

Is Motherf*******rs, Evil Bastards, Supreme Dickheads too kind a way of describing them??

 

I'd say it's a Japanese problem but the people of Japan probably had no say in accepting or placing the facility. No more than I had in accepting or placing the Hanford Nuclear Plant. So shitting on the population at large does not seem just. But shitting on executives who could have foreseen that siting a nuclear plant on a fault line does seem just. They and anyone else involved and enriched by that action.

 

Not many things on this planet simultaneously nauseate and infuriate me. This is one of them.



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Posted 08 September 2019 - 10:47 AM

I'm not sure if the information is included earlier in this discussion but there is a distinct reason why all of this happened and may happen again in other countries.

 

The problem has to do with a poor reactor design. General Electric is responsible for pushing this poor design globally. They were in an economic race against a better, more fail-safe reactor design and won by throwing more money at promoting their own inferior design. So there you have it. If we want to start the penalization phase - look no further than GE (General Electric).



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Posted 08 September 2019 - 03:04 PM

In case anyone here hasn't seen it yet, this is a sobering video that shows how Earth has already experienced a de facto protracted global nuclear war.

 

We just stuck to nuking our own countries (or colonies) for the most part, with the exception of the U.S. nuking Japan in WWII (and again in 2011 if the contamination from our crappy and obsolete reactor design counts, which it arguably should):

 

[Direct Link]

 

As things pick up it begins to form its own kind of music, like an artificial intelligence that's trying to teach itself how to play a synthesizer or something. I'd forgotten how many times Africa had been nuked since it's been a while since I'd seen it, and I watched close to make sure that the map included the Project Dribble detonations in Mississippi that not many people know about (including all but one of the people I've ever met from Mississippi).

 

There's also a 2 minute and 32 second version of this for people who lack an attention span, but I think the longer version facilitates a deeper level of contemplation about what you're watching. Incidentally, South America is the only continent that has not been nuked yet, and the last few minutes summarize each nation's individual test counts.

 

It does not include the two recent tests in North Korea since it was produced in 2003.


Edited by TVCasualty, 08 September 2019 - 03:10 PM.





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