And it begins. Fukushima children forced to relocate are now speaking out as they are outcasted and bullied.

It is that same phenomena that occurred after the WWII bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki… people from the afflicted areas were shunned by the general populations for many years as being, (in Western terms), unclean/tainted or ‘soiled’.
There is a great deal of evidence (although oblique) that this is evidenced in science as a fact:
When a person is carrying a ‘hot’ particle, it can induce symptoms in others. Perhaps this anomaly is why certain collective groups shy away from said victims (much like leprosy).
In todays news in Australia, a child victim of Fukushima, spoke out about bullying, embarrassment and harassment , not dissimilar to the same toward victims after World War Two, propagated by the rest of their new societies.
Bullies coerced him, he said, into paying over fees that were meant for school purchases, full well knowing they were victim fees, as stated in the report.
Moreover? These instances are so prevalent, against the relocated Fukushima peoples and children, that the Government of Japan has just only now opened an inquiry as to who they will deal with this deeply rooted and complex problem.
Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 12/01/2016 03:38 PM
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Fukushima Daiichi Decommissioning Takes A Horrible Turn

July 13th, 2016



NHK reports that the decommissioning authority in charge of dealing with the aftermath of the Fukushima disaster is now considering a sarcophagus to entomb the failed reactors rather than attempting to remove the melted fuel, debris and buildings.

The authority told NHK they would still consider the two fuel removal techniques but they are adding the sarcophagus option to the list. They did not elaborate about why it is now being officially added to the considered options for the plant.

The idea of leaving the plant as is and creating a sarcophagus around the three melted down reactors is extremely problematic. The groundwater issue is just one problem that would be a permanent problem. Even the ice wall if it eventually works as planned can only operate for a few years. Erosion and groundwater flows would create a permanent problem for the ocean and the region around the plant. This would also leave the fuel and crumbling buildings in place. Building failures, radioactive dust and fuel debris would all still be in place. This would need to be managed not just due to aging but further natural disasters such as typhoons and tsunami. Current problems include fuel fragments that have been found in unit 1′s torus room basement water. These have been a concern as groundwater flows through these basements that if improperly managed, more of these fuel fragments could leave the basement into the groundwater.

At Chernobyl, the new cover building there is expected to be needed for 100 years while they attempt to eventually deal with the damaged building. When and how that happens is still vague decades later.

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Cases of a debilitating disease that results in lesions on sea turtles off north Queensland are rising


Cases of a debilitating disease that results in lesions on sea turtles off north Queensland are rising, with a researcher suspecting a link between the disease and the health of the Great Barrier Reef.

Key points:

Fibropapillomatosis caused by the herpes virus and results in lesions on the turtle’s body
Lesions can grow on an animal’s eyes so they cannot see predators and cannot catch food
“Hotspot” in Cockle Bay at Magnetic Island may provide clues to the disease, with turtles only 100 metres away unaffected by tumours

The disease, called fibropapillomatosis (FP), is caused by the herpes virus and results in lesions on the turtle’s body.

The disease has been found across the world and more recently in places like Townsville.

James Cook University researcher Karina Jones has been studying the disease in turtles found near Magnetic Island off Townsville.

She said the disease could contribute to the death of turtles.

“It grows on their eyes, they can’t see predators, they can’t catch food, so sometimes they slowly starve to death — it’s not a nice thing for the turtles to experience,” she said.

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The Article States Global Warming…. What do you think?

Fukushima radiation spikes 7,000% as contaminated water pours into the ocean


Cleanup crews trying to mitigate Japan’s never-ending radiation crisis at Fukushima ran into more problems recently after sensors monitoring a drainage gutter detected a huge spike in radiation levels from wastewater pouring into the Pacific Ocean.

The Tokyo Electric Power Company says radiation levels were up to 70 times, or 7,000 percent, higher than normal, prompting an immediate shutdown of the drainage instrument.

The first readings came around 10 a.m. local time on February 22, setting off alarms not once but twice as radiation levels spiked to extremely high levels.

“The levels of beta ray-emitting substances, such as strontium-90, measured 5,050 to 7,230 becquerels per liter of water between 10:20 a.m. and 10:50 a.m.,” reported The Japan Times. “TEPCO requires radioactivity levels of groundwater at the plant discharged into the sea to remain below 5 becquerels.”

TEPCO shut off leaky gutter, but radiation continued to spike throughout day

The gutter was quickly decommissioned to prevent further radiation emissions, but the leaks reportedly continued throughout the day, with radiation levels hovering between 10 and 20 times higher than normal. TEPCO says it doesn’t know what caused the sudden radiation spikes.

“With emergency surveys of the plant and monitoring of other sensors, we have no reason to believe tanks storing radioactive waste water have leaked,” stated a plant official to the media. “We have shut the gutter [from pouring water to the bay]. We are currently monitoring the sensors at the gutter and seeing the trend.”

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Possible Causes Of Fukushima Frozen Wall Failures


June 1st, 2016 
TEPCO reported last week that roughly 10% of the frozen wall is not working. Currently only certain sections are being actively frozen with other sections to possibly be frozen as they determine the cause and effect of the initial work.
One of the sections being frozen with some problems is near unit 1 on the sea side. TEPCO claimed that accumulated groundwater and gravel in the area may be contributing to the problem. TEPCO also indicated the wall is “riddled with holes”. These problems appear to be delaying the start for freezing of other sections of the wall. One action being considered is to put cement or other solidification agents in the problem areas. We  looked at these problem areas and what factors may be playing a role.
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Have you seen images from Japan showing mountains of black bags filled with radioactive soil? You probably wondered what they are going to do with them, right?

Have you seen images from Japan showing mountains of black bags filled with radioactive soil? You probably wondered what they are going to do with them, right? The bags only last for a few years, and in fact, I’ve seen pictures of bags already broken with weeds sticking out from them.
Well, the mystery is solved. The government changed the law in secret meetings so that the radioactive waste is no longer radioactive. They raised the safety level from 100 becquerel per kg to 8000 becquerel per kg.
According to the secret meetings, the formerly radioactive material will be now safely used as construction material across the nation.
Now I wonder what they will do with the radio active water stored in already leaking giant tanks around the nuclear plants. They are right by the Pacific Ocean.
By the way, for those who can not grasp what all this oddity means, the simple way to understand is that instead of coming up with safe ways to take care of dangerous radioactive materials, the Japanese government decided to work with media and industry to make money off of people’s health. It is more profitable to spread radiation across Japan than taking care of people’s lives. And that way, those who take care of people’s health can make money too.
But if they are dead or surrounded by radiation everywhere, how do they appreciate money? I really think this whole capitalism thing is a huge fucking bullshit.
Japan to Recycle Waste Collected during Fukushima Decontamination:…
一億総被ばくの国家プロジェクト… 8,000ベクレル/kg以下の除染土を 全国の公共事業に!?: