Japan Set To Release 1.2 Million Tons Of Radioactive Fukushima Water Into Ocean, Causing “Immeasurable Damage”

by Tyler Durden - Sat, 02/01/2020 - 23:00 Just in case a global viral pandemic, whose sources are still unclear and apparently now include human feces, wasn't enough, the global outrage meter is about to go "up to eleven" with Japan now set to flood the world's oceans with radioactive water. In a move that will surely … Continue reading Japan Set To Release 1.2 Million Tons Of Radioactive Fukushima Water Into Ocean, Causing “Immeasurable Damage”

TEPCO says new leak has spilt 20,000 litres of radioactive coolant at the stricken Fukushima Nuclear Plant: It is now almost 7 years since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declared everything is “under control,”

Friday, 17 January 2020 Radiation-contaminated debris and soil are stockpiled for disposal near the Tokyo Electric Power Company's embattled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. (Photo: Christopher Furlong / Getty Images) Tokyo Electric Power Company says coolant has seeped out from an underground frozen soil wall built around its crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. The frozen … Continue reading TEPCO says new leak has spilt 20,000 litres of radioactive coolant at the stricken Fukushima Nuclear Plant: It is now almost 7 years since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declared everything is “under control,”

Thousands Of Tons Of Radioactive Fukushima Water To Be Dumped In Pacific As Independent Testing Banned

JANUARY 2, 2020  - By Phillip Schneider The Japanese government is refusing to allow independent testing of contaminated water found in the nuclear power plant at Fukushima, which has been leaking ever since a tsunami and earthquake devastatingly hit the facility in March 2011. The decision not to allow independent testing was allegedly arrived to over “safety … Continue reading Thousands Of Tons Of Radioactive Fukushima Water To Be Dumped In Pacific As Independent Testing Banned

Human workers forced to work in highly radioactive area to topple dangerous Fukushima exhaust stack

Sunday, December 29, 2019 by: Tracey Watson (Natural News) Back in March of 2011, the province of Fukushima, Japan, was struck by a series of devastating events that culminated in one of the worst nuclear disasters in history. The area was hit first by a massive earthquake, and then by a 15-metre (50-foot) tsunami. That massive … Continue reading Human workers forced to work in highly radioactive area to topple dangerous Fukushima exhaust stack

Japan gov’t proposes Fukushima water release to sea or air

The Associated Press, Tokyo - Monday, 23 December 2019   Japan's economy and industry ministry has proposed gradually releasing or allowing to evaporate massive amounts of treated but still radioactive water at the tsunami-wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant. The proposal made Monday to a body of experts is the first time the ministry has narrowed down … Continue reading Japan gov’t proposes Fukushima water release to sea or air

Japan: Radioactive Fukushima Water Release

By Strange Sounds - Nov 22, 2019 Japan doesn’t want to share information about the release of Fukushima radioactive water in the Pacific Ocean. And neighboring countries start to get really angry. The Fukushima disaster is taking a new dimension, as Japan continues to hide important information about its plan of releasing radioactive water in the … Continue reading Japan: Radioactive Fukushima Water Release

Japan prepares to lift Fukushima evacuation order allowing residents to return eight years after devastating nuclear accident left 18,000 dead

Japan is set to lift evacuation order in town where Fukushima nuclear plant is The government plans to lift the order for part of Okuma town on April 10  It will be the first time the order has been lifted in either Okuma and Futaba By AFP - PUBLISHED: 22:51 EDT, 25 March 2019 | UPDATED: 10:10 EDT, 26 March 2019 … Continue reading Japan prepares to lift Fukushima evacuation order allowing residents to return eight years after devastating nuclear accident left 18,000 dead

Atomic Balm Part 1: Prime Minister Abe Uses The Tokyo Olympics As Snake Oil Cure For The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Meltdowns

March 01, 2019 By Arnie Gundersen Edited by Maggie Gundersen As we prepare for the eighth remembrance of the March 11, 2011 earthquake, tsunami and triple meltdowns at Fukushima Daiichi, Fairewinds is ever mindful of what is currently happening in Japan. There has never been a roadmap for Japan to extricate itself from the radioactive … Continue reading Atomic Balm Part 1: Prime Minister Abe Uses The Tokyo Olympics As Snake Oil Cure For The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Meltdowns

Inside Fukushima’s red zone: Eerie photos show abandoned SEGA arcade ‘covered in radioactive dust’ in off-limits area near nuclear power plant

Youtuber and urban explorer, Bob Thissen, from The Netherlands, visited Fukushima and found the arcade He had to hike through bushes to avoid police patrols before he could enter into the abandoned games hall A thin layer of radioactive dust covers all the games and has deterred looters from stealing and selling them The nuclear … Continue reading Inside Fukushima’s red zone: Eerie photos show abandoned SEGA arcade ‘covered in radioactive dust’ in off-limits area near nuclear power plant

Eight years after triple nuclear meltdown, Fukushima No. 1’s water woes show no signs of ebbing

BY RYUSEI TAKAHASHI STAFF WRITER MAR 7, 2019 OKUMA, FUKUSHIMA PREF. - Nearly a thousand storage tanks are scattered across the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, holding a staggering 1.1 million tons of treated water used to keep its melted reactor cores cool while they rust in the sun. Plant manager Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings … Continue reading Eight years after triple nuclear meltdown, Fukushima No. 1’s water woes show no signs of ebbing