Fukushima: How Many Chernobyls Is It?

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Dr Scampa’s Lethal Doses Count Increases Dramatically


by Bob Nichols


(San Francisco) – The world’s second big nuclear disaster occurred at Chernobyl Reactor No. 4 in the Ukraine on Apr 26, 1986. Simply tagged as “Chernobyl,” it is what the next big and well known nuke disaster, after the American Three Mile Island, on March 28, 1979 came to be called. “Chernobyl” ejected 30% of one 192-ton, three-month old reactor core. That’s 57.6 radioactive tons thrown into the air by fire and explosions.

Startling NHK Image of Japanese Television

Startling NHK Image of Japanese Television

The tiny radioactive and burning smoke particles have traveled around the world many times since 1979, killing an estimated one million people to date from radiation caused illnesses and cancers. This is according to Editor Dr Janette Sherman’s exhaustive and widely acclaimed book on 5,000 Chernobyl scientific papers recently published by the New York Academy of Sciences [1].

Fukushima Daiichi Equals 50 Plus Chernobyls

As Dr. Michio Kaku, a world renowned CUNY theoretical physicist pointed out on CNN March 18, 2011, Chernobyl involved one reactor and only 57.6 Tons of the reactor core went into the atmosphere. In dramatic contrast, the Fukushima Daiichi disaster immediately involved six reactors and a whopping IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency, a UN Agency) documented 2,800 Tons of highly radioactive old reactor cores.

Dr Michio Kaku, theoretical physicist FavStocks

Dr Michio Kaku, theoretical physicist FavStocks

Simple division tells us there are at least 48.6 Chernobyls in the burning old reactor cores pumping fiery isotopes into the Earth’s atmosphere. It is no stretch to say Fukushima Daiichi’s six reactors and the dry holding pools for old reactor cores are equal to more than 50 Chernobyl disasters.

Further clarification is needed, of course, and it is being worked out now by independent physicists. Note that the lethality of radioactive reactor cores goes up the first 250,000 years they are out of the reactor – not down.

Looking at the current Japanese meltdown as more than 50 Chernobyls is just the start. In addition, the fate of the four nearby reactors at Fukushima Daini is as yet unknown by the outside world. Working at the nearby reactors, only 10 km (6 miles away) is a quick, painful death sentence. They are inside the mandatory evacuation zone.

This much is known. All radioactive exposures are cumulative for each human, animal and plant. What’s more, mutated genetic codes are passed on to offspring forever. This means all Japanese and all Northern Hemisphere inhabitants are suffering internal radioactive contamination from Fukushima Daiichi reactors already.

Fukushima Equals 3,000 Billion Lethal Doses

Dr Paolo Scampa, a widely know EU Physicist, single handedly popularized the easily understood Lethal Doses concept. “Lethal Doses” is a world wide, well  understood idea that strips Physics bare and offers a brilliant, understandable  explanation for all the physics gobbledygook Intelligence agencies and their respective governments use to disguise the brutal truths of the Fukushima Daiichi Disaster.

Fukushima from 21,000 ft TKY

Fukushima from 21,000 ft TKY

Three thousand billion (3,000,000,000,000) Lethal Doses of Radiation means there are 429 Lethal Doses chasing each and every one of us on the planet, to put it in a nutshell. This is up from about 70 Billion Lethal Doses March 23, 2011. It is getting worse everyday without any intervention by the US and the other nuclear powers.

VeteransToday calls on the world’s nuclear powers to intervene sooner rather than later. It is up to the world’s only remaining Super Power, the United States, to get the Japan Reactor Disaster Intervention meeting officially underway.

The Fukushima Kill

The Fukushima Kill, already underway world wide, will certainly dwarf that of Chernobyl. All US Super Power President Obama’s delay does is increase the  numbers of The Kill. That is a clear Choice. We call on President Obama to re-visit that Choice.

Further, the Genetic and DNA changing aspects of the radioactivity now in the air, spreading worldwide within a year, will spawn a grotesque new assortment of radiation-degraded mutants; both human and of other life forms.

USS Nautilus in 1955 surfacing www nautilus571 Website US Navy (converted) (converted) (converted)

USS Nautilus in 1955 surfacing www nautilus571 Website US Navy (converted) (converted) (converted)

Many of these creatures in the animal world will not survive long outside the womb, if carried to term.  What’s more, future Human Genetic Mutants of ever-lower intelligence and greater, more grotesque physical deformities are the genetic legacy of Humanity forevermore. That is the new starting point for any rational and reality-based national or foreign policy.

What We Know Now about Fukushima

Here is what is known more than 75 days after six reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Reactor Plant started a disastrous and lethal nuclear meltdown on March 11, 2011.

– March 11, 14:46, a One Million Kiloton Earthquake measuring 9.0 on the Richter Scale hammered Japan off-shore near the six Japanese reactors. The reactors attempted to shut down automatically when electronic sensors detected the earthquake. The huge earthquake dropped the reactors three feet, moved Japan 8 inches to the West and altered the tilt of the Axis of planet Earth.

– March 11, about 15:30, the giant Earthquake caused a tsunami up to 30 meters (98.4 Ft) high washed away all the fuel tanks for the reactors Emergency Generators and all the reactors’ outside electrical feeds. This was the Death Blow to the reactors.

The six Fukushima Daiichi reactors were dead in the water and their fate sealed. Without an external source of electricity for the water pumps and hot reactors, they are just so much radioactive scrap iron – good for nothing. The internal temperature of the reactors started climbing immediately.

– March 11, about 18:00, only two and a half hours later, multiple reactor cores started melting down as the reactors internal temperatures skyrocketed to the melting point of uranium and beyond – a measured 1,718 Deg C (3,124.4 Deg F) past the melting point.

Uranium melts at 1,132.2 Deg C (2,069.9 Deg F.) The internal reactor temperatures reached at least 2,850 Deg C, (5,162 Deg F.) The millions of 1 mm Uranium fuel pellets in the reactors and in the core pools had no defense at all without the powerful water pumps and billions of gallons of cooling water against those temperatures.

The Uranium pellets simply melted forming a white hot lava-like radioactive uranium isotope blob that was and probably still is super heated by the power of the uranium atom itself. The highly radioactive blob then burned through the high temperature steel around the graphite seals of the General Electric Mark 1 Reactor Control Rods at the bottom of the American submarine based reactor design of US Navy Admiral Hyman Rickover, now deceased.

General Electric copied the US Government financed Navy nuclear reactor design for many commercial nuclear reactors. The Radioactive Blobs trickled together to form a big,  highly radioactive, burning lava blob like that of Chernobyl.

The Solution, Then and Now, has Changed

World famous theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku caught the world’s attention on a March 18, 2011 CNN broadcast when he suggested the Prime Minister of Japan immediately choose the “Chernobyl Option” for the Fukushima Daiichi General Electric reactors.

Kaku said the Japanese PM should order the Japanese Air Self Defense Force to bomb the reactors into submission with boron, sand, water and concrete like the Red Army did to kill the out-of-control Chernobyl reactor on orders of USSR President Gorbachev. Boron absorbs neutrons, the radioactive heart of the reactors.

The time for Dr. Kaku’s “Chernobyl Option” has passed. Multiple explosions destroyed the reactors and the swimming pools holding old reactor cores weeks ago. Hundreds to thousands of tons of burning highly radioactive reactor cores are scattered all over the Fukushima Daiichi site. The reactors are releasing as much as a Tepco (Tokyo Electric Power Company) measured 10 Quadtrillion (10,000 Trillion Bq) radioactive counts per second of deadly radioactive smoke particles into the Earth’s atmosphere.

The invisible, killing Radioactive Smoke is already all over the Northern Hemisphere and everyone in it – each and every one – is radiologically contaminated. The scope of Dr. Kaku’s once brilliant former solution is unfortunately, now too small and ineffective.

Generally speaking, most Radiation cannot escape into the atmosphere if it is covered by water. Honshu, Japan is an island and the Pacific Ocean is conveniently located nearby.

US President Barack Obama, Official Portrait US Gov

US President Barack Obama, Official Portrait US Gov

Subsidence charges from multiple nuclear weapons buried by drilling rigs 500 ft (152.4 meters)  below and inland of the string of six reactors must be engineered to slide the reactors into the sea. This method works best if there is igneous or volcanic rock behind the subsidence charges, to “bounce” the blast and pressure wave from and “push” the trashed reactors area of the beachfront into the sea.

Specially equipped submarines can then pick up the pieces of reactor cores from under water. The surface of the ocean blocks the escape of radiation. The submarines must work fast to limit killing more of the Earth’s Oceans.

Veterans Today calls on President Obama to authorize the disposal of the six reactors at sea and the collection of the deadly radioactive metals with submarines. We conclude there are no other options left.

The “Do Nothing Option”

The “Do Nothing Option” allows the deaths and maiming of many millions of people to rapidly proceed. Doing nothing, by default, allows the Fukushima Kill to ruthlessly continue unabated. Doing nothing is also not acceptable from a practical standpoint; because, Japan does not own the nuclear weapons to use themselves.

Nuke the reactors at Fukushima Daiichi right into the sea, Mr. President.

Sources and Notes:
It is 76 days since the Fukushima Daiichi Disaster:
From and including: Friday, March 11, 2011
To and including: Tuesday, May 24, 2011
It is 75 days from the start date to the end date, end date included
Or 2 months, 14 days including the end date.

Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and Nature, written by A. V. Yablokov, V. B. Nesterenko and A. V. Nesterenko, published by the New York Academy of Sciences in December 2009, translated and edited into a book by Dr. Janette Sherman. Dr. Sherman’s Website. http://janettesherman.com/about/
From Dr Sherman’s website: http://janettesherman.com/books/
“This is a collection of papers translated from the Russian with some revised and updated contributions. Written by leading authorities from Eastern Europe, the volume outlines the history of the health and environmental consequences of the Chernobyl disaster. Although there has been discussion of the impact of nuclear accidents and Chernobyl in particular, never before has there been a comprehensive presentation of all the available information concerning the health and environmental effects of the low dose radioactive contaminants, especially those emitted from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Official discussions from the International Atomic Energy Agency and associated United Nations’ agencies (e.g. the Chernobyl Forum reports) have largely downplayed or ignored many of the findings reported in the Eastern European scientific literature and consequently have erred by not including these assessments.”
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“Meltdowns also likely occurred at No. 2, No. 3 reactors of Fukushima plant,” Asahi, Japanese newspaper, May 18, 2011,
Picture of The Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant seen from about 38 kilometers west of the facility and at an altitude of 7,300 meters (Eiji Hori)

Press Release (May 15,2011), “The Reactor Core Status of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Unit 1,” TEPCO (The Tokyo Electric Power Company. http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/press/corp-com/release/11051509-e.html
Attachment:Tokyo Electric Power Company: Reactor Core Status of Fukushima
Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Unit 1 (PDF 92.6KB)

“Power company says smoke spotted at another Japanese nuclear plant,” March 30, 2011, By the CNN Wire Staff, http://articles.cnn.com/2011-03-30/world/japan.daini_1_nuclear-power-plant-turbine-building-cooling-system?_s=PM:WORLD
Ecological Development Biology: Intergrating Epigenetics, Medicine and Evolution Scott F. Gilbert and David Epel, December 2008, 459 pages, 182 illustrations, Sinauer

10,000 terabecquerels from Tepco Press Release in Koyodo News. tera is a trillion, 10,000 trillion = 10 Quadtrillion.


Corporate tax rate likely to be reduced, BUSINESS TIMES

Business Times (Malaysia) September 10, 2003 | Kang Siew Li 00-00-0000 COMPANIES can look forward to a cut in corporate tax as the present rate is no longer competitive, according to the Malaysian Institute of Taxation (MIT). The tax cut is likely, along with increases in personal reliefs and rebates in Budget 2004 to be tabled on Friday, said MIT’s vice-president Dr Veerinderjeet Singh. Veerinderjeet thinks Budget 2004 will include a reduction in corporate tax because the present 28 per cent rate is no longer deemed competitive.

The last reduction was for the 1998 assessment year. Since then, many countries around the world have been actively reducing their corporate tax rates in order to compete for foreign investment. Veerinderjeet said the tax changes are essential to keep Malaysia competitive in the long term and to attract companies to locate in the country. “We are aware that the Inland Revenue Board (IRB) will be concerned about the shortfall in tax collection resulting from the corporate tax cut. Thus, we should work towards a gradual reduction of the rate. “For example, reduce it by one percentage point each year over the next three years until it reaches what we consider to be ideal – 25 per cent,” Veerinderjeet told Business Times. Nonetheless, statistics have shown that in the mid-1990s, when the corporate tax rate was reduced by 4 per cent within two years, there was an improvement in the total Federal Government revenue collected from corporations and an increase in gross domestic product in the context of a growing economy. in our site corporate tax rate

“Given the current economic scenario, which is showing signs of improvement, obviously it will attract new investments and encourage foreign corporations to locate in Malaysia, thus spurring the economy. A reduction in the corporate tax rate will in fact bring an increase in the total revenue collected,” said Veerinderjeet. MIT submitted in May this year a pre-Budget memorandum to the Finance Ministry, recommending a reduction in the corporate tax rate from the present level of 28 per cent to 25 per cent. It believes that the lowering of the corporate tax rate can provide the impetus for locally-driven growth. This will lead to the collection of more taxes by the Government, and in time to come, the country will become more self-reliant and its growth will be less dependent on external factors. Veerinderjeet also sees Budget 2004 as an election budget – it will have something for the man on the street. “The Government can address this in two ways. Firstly, by granting a reduction in personal income tax. However, if you were to look at the trend in the past, the Government tends to cut the corporate tax rate first and personal income tax rate the following year. “It is therefore unlikely that we will see a reduction in both corporate and personal tax rates this year,” explained Veerinderjeet. However, an increase in personal reliefs and rebates looks more likely. “For example, in 1998, in a move to promote the acquisition of personal computers and computer literacy, the Government allowed an individual a single tax rebate of RM400 once every five years. We have proposed that the rebate be increased to RM1,000 and an individual be allowed to claim the rebate once every two years,” said Veerinderjeet. He added that other personal rebates which may see changes include that for the purchase of books and materials as well as personal reliefs on insurance premiums and contributions to Employees Provident Fund. Veerinderjeet expects Budget 2004 to also look at the small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Last year, the corporate tax rate was reduced to 20 per cent on the first RM100,000 of chargeable income for SMEs with a paid-up capital of less than RM2.5 million. “Unfortunately, that did not help the SMEs much because the actual tax savings were only some RM8,000. The general feeling about the reduction was that it was more of a token by the Government to show that it is aware of their contribution and is trying to help them. “Thus, in order to further promote the growth of SMEs, we feel that the threshold for the 20 per cent tax rate should be increased to RM500,000,” said Veerinderjeet. Another aspect which the Budget 2004 may look at is how the Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (Mida) can help generate or create more interest in Malaysia. Veerinderjeet pointed out that it is about time that Mida changes from a processing centre into a one-stop marketing centre. here corporate tax rate


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105 Responses to "Fukushima: How Many Chernobyls Is It?"

  1. theBorgHasBeenHereHowLong?  July 1, 2011 at 6:00 pm

    Protective flood berm collapses at Ft Calhoun nuclear plant; KSU has radioactive leak,
    Bob,please tell us what you can as this “possible scenario” now takes place



  2. theBorgHasBeenHereHowLong?  July 1, 2011 at 5:15 pm

    Bob Nichols, there will be more of this in the next five years,right??
    Should we assume there will be more of these scale & type of “events”,
    unintended & otherwise?
    So, could we assume that the 21 century was planned to be broken and crippled?
    yeah, we know 🙂
    thanks for your contributions and many, many will be looking for the next post and try to give us “guidance” on all the wonderful nuclear poison & dilemmas we never needed at all anyway

    we could have had thorium reactors decades ago, but, there was profit to be made ,
    the Malthus groupies and all the others concerned with the need for a global prison are probably pleased

  3. theBorgHasBeenHereHowLong?  July 1, 2011 at 4:59 pm

    keep showing up,
    stay safe

  4. theBorgHasBeenHereHowLong?  July 1, 2011 at 4:52 pm

    With a purposeful grimace and a terrible sound
    the quake creates four blobs of Hell on the coast of Japan

    Helpless people on subway trains
    Helpless people locked in a World of lies

    Scream, bug-eyed, as he looks in on them
    Laugh, bug-eyed,as they lie & betray us all

    He picks up a bus and he throws it back down
    he picks up our future and throws it away
    As he wades through the buildings toward the center of town
    We wade through an Earthquake of Reality with sock puppets babbling crap

    Oh, no, they say he’s got to go
    Go go Godzilla
    Oh, no, there goes Tokyo
    Oh, no, there goes Earth & all
    Go go Godzilla

    Oh, no, they say he’s got to go
    Go go Godzilla
    Oh, no, there goes Tokyo
    Oh, no, there goes Earth & all
    Go go Godzilla

    Oh, no, they say he’s got to go
    Oh,yes,the minions have to go
    Go go Godzilla
    Oh, no, there goes Tokyo
    Oh, no, there goes Earth & all
    Go go Godzilla

    History shows again and again how nature points up the folly of man

    History shows again and again how nature points up the folly of man

  5. Art  June 27, 2011 at 7:45 pm

    I need to know how millirads(on my detector)convert to the new designations?If I’m getting readings of .2 to .5 millirads constantly,what is that in the new designations?That would be per second?

  6. pieman  June 13, 2011 at 10:40 pm

    nice anecdote squire: I’ll supply one of my own by cross posting this response made to your replacement here on VT as a ‘featured columnist’! What the heck is that about BTW? The whole thing is making me start to hum the chorus to the original anthem of alternative disinfo by the talmudist troubador hisself! Like a ro-oll-in stone…..

    “Litton Industries made the best home microwave ever there was; 40 years on people still write in to the company to express their amazement that this thing they inherited from their parents or whatever is still working….Litton also made guided missle system controls for the precursor technology to the modern days’ method of mass pacification. But that’s not all!
    Nooooo, Litton was also into bioweaponry in a big way, partnering with the US government in running Ft Detrick lab work that would produce the weapons of mass Afrikan genocide latter to be falsely blamed on little green monkeys. And a plethora of other designer diseases. Seems kinda strange that they wouldn’t have their fingerprints all over something like HAARP as well, but maybe there are still some more skeletons in the Litton closet! Also strange is the way the timeline of Litton and the career of Robby(Dylan) Zimmerman have paralleled – another of the icons of the new crew here at VT…what’s that, Bob’s playing tel aviv soon? Kinda like Kim Philby playin Moscow, or Maurice Strong playing Beijng!
    It’s all so RADical…if you’re surprised to see mass radiation treatment get the thumbs up here on the new VT, don’t be…just read up on the hegelian dialectic and the lenist doctrine of controlled opposition/
    the talmudist own both sides of any debate. Litton Systems, littlegreen monkeys, Roy Ash, Pharoah Obomba? Is the phony pharoah really the illigetimate son of Roy Ash monkeyin around with the lab critters?”

  7. Bob Nichols  June 11, 2011 at 8:27 am

    Interesting observation pieman,

    The Department of Energy, DOE, is a purposeful mis-labeling by the US Government. About two thirds of their budget is for the care and feeding of thermonuclear weapons. That is what they actually do, most of the time. The so-called “green” stuff is just a fig leaf to confuse the easily mislead. DOE is just a budgetary adjunct to the DOD, formerly known as the US War Department.

    Ever since September, 1945, when the War Department and the New York Times conspired with the Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab to simply lie about the recent Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 12 NYT articles claiming “radiation does not exist,” the lying game has become more complex.

    Now the DOE/DOD/CIA Livermore group have whole buildings full of people maintaining and repairing the lie. You all see how well they have done papering over the GE reactors in US submarines and at Fukushima Daiichi.

    One of the many lies propagated by this group is that a little radiation is good for you. It is “needed” ‘cos hundreds of thousands of Americans work for DOE, the Nuke Labs, DOD and universities in the so-called “nuclear cycle.” The unfortunate folk need to think that what they are doing for a living will not doom human life on Earth.

    They are entitled to their delusion.

    You, and all the Veterans Today commenters and readers out there get to choose which to read and believe. I encourage you all to do your own research.

    Bob Nichols

  8. Heart of the Rose  June 10, 2011 at 3:36 pm

    PS.The link to live:
    We have troubles ….

  9. Heart of the Rose  June 10, 2011 at 3:35 pm

    Old school visual analysis here.
    The condtions a few hours ago

  10. pieman  June 10, 2011 at 12:11 pm

    well, from what I see on VT here today sir, you and the perspective you bring have just been made redundant…according to the new orthodoxy, a little rad goes even further than an apple a day! Tony Valentine is the new Bob Nichols~!….Why Japanese Fallout Clouds Don’t Scare Me\China Syndrome Bunk and Japan’s Over-Hyped Disaster -Veterans Today
    Now I know that this bs is going to be spun as just an outpouring of diverse opinions…yadda yadda,
    but more sinister motives intrude into the minds of the more experienced here…seems the rush is on to splain away the Libyan disaster…
    I choose the words that I wrote above here carefully, I do hope you reread them carefully….too many hot tub accidents been happening this last year.

  11. OS  June 8, 2011 at 9:55 am

    Forgive me Bob,

    But agencies don’t impress me, only actions, and the result of these actions.

    Are you aware the first production electric car was being manufacturer over one hundred years ago? Ask yourself a simple question, “Are you really living in a more efficient environment or the deception of being more efficient, but in reality less efficient?”

    Less efficient, higher profits, higher risk…..does this make sense?

  12. OS  June 8, 2011 at 9:33 am


    I am only stating that when any project is proposed, it should be studied for worse case scenarios, before approval. So the question becomes, who is part of this approval process and what are the risk?

    I am Senior Engineer, may I review the documents submitted for these projects and assess the risk associated and possible failures? The action and contingency plans? I wish to assess the study performed prior to implementation, and plans for worse case scenarios? And who are the responsible parties. Was there known risk here?

    Where are these documents? Risk is reduced through liability, so how are these projects being approved?

    I understand people are making attempts to get involved, but the problem is people in the decision making process. Their risk is limited because their liability is being minimized.

    When profit out weights the risk, and decisions are made in different areas, and in many directions. Who is coordinating the possible affects of all?

    An example, what would be the result at large construction site, if no one coordinated each of the contract companies performing work in different areas? Our world is a large construction site.

    When profit out weighs risk, and minimized through liability, this creates scenarios that can result in uncontrollable outcomes. Too many bad decision makers, too many directions, and too many attempts to make maximum profit quickly.

    This will create the potential for large worse case scenarios, but then you are observing the outcomes as they unfold.

    You are observing societies of people who have extreme difficulty planning for the future, and this potentially means no future.

    When fast profits out weigh risks, there’s minimal planning.

    And thinking long and hard about something, doesn’t prevent something. It’s associated with potential risk, and whose making the decisions about these risk.

    Now excuse me, I need to re-heat my tea with a blow torch.

  13. Bob Nichols  June 5, 2011 at 4:36 pm

    Hi Stephengn,

    Very good, You are exactly right. 10 Quadrillion it is, or rather was. Reports now are saying it is 720 Quadrillion an hour. Good catch, Stephengn.

    The Prime Minister of Japan is supposed to have a news conference soon and announce the latest numbers. We’ll see what happens next.


    720,000 Terabecquerels of Radioactive Materials in 100,000 Tonnes of Contaminated Water | EX-SKF


    Fukushima Water Has More Radiation Than Released Into Air – BusinessWeek

  14. Bob Nichols  June 5, 2011 at 1:22 pm

    Good articles, Eileen.

    To me, all of this clamor and “chatter” to use a term to describe the real terrorist, the US Military, about extending the “life” of the United States thermonuclear weapons is very simply put, just hog wash.

    Eileen, the US nukes were built with a life span of 350 years. The US pro-nukers like San Francisco’s own stalwart representative, “Nuclear Nancy” Pelosi know this as well as anybody, especially her good friend Mr Bechtel.

    Right. He just lives across the way from “Nuclear Nancy” in San Francisco, which is a small, very crowded military garrison town. Mr. Bechtel is “the” Bechtel in Bechtel Corporation, which will make 2 or 3 fortunes more than they have now for doing the “work” on this Fascist-Dem make-work scheme for Bechtel Corp.

    It is, in a word, absurd.

    Besides, all US nukes have to go into the Plantex Plant in Texas every seven years to get their booster compounds “refreshed”.

    Let’s talk, all of this about the “Life Extension” Program is just a cheap Scam by US politicos.


    Bob Nichols

  15. Bob Nichols  June 5, 2011 at 9:48 am

    Hello, pieman,

    Thanks for the warning, I appreciate it and I’ll keep it in mind.

    I’ve observed that, too, as good writers “take the pill” as the Matrix movies put it. But, no, I’m still plugging along, calling ’em the way I see ’em. I have no plans to change.



  16. Bob Nichols  June 5, 2011 at 5:20 am

    Mr Rivero,

    You have a point in: “a massive flood of neutrons …” That can be calculated, of course, as you well know, and avoided. So much for that.

    You and I strongly disagree on the desirability of covering the six destroyed reactors. I do not accept as inevitable the on-going Fukushima Kill.

    You easily accept the Fukushima Kill as the way it is and easily side with those worthless Axis II characters who see that as a fact of life. I do not concede that now and never will.

    Bob Nichols

  17. pieman  June 5, 2011 at 2:49 am

    ” Which horror movie does this idea come from?”

    From the mouths of fools what wisdom cometh? In your belligerent sarcasm sir, you both mirror the future as prophesized by the author “Human Genetic Mutants of ever-lower intelligence” and trip over the obvious ironies of your invective with both (left?) feet….but thank you all the same, for exposing the truth inadvertantly;
    all those old 50s-60’s b movies exposed the facts forthcoming in a manner too ‘hyper-real’ to make sense to anybody who refused to understand that the law by which the black magician cabbalist is bound…all crimes against humanity must be announced before commission – and having so been done, the criminal is absolved of responsibility for the outcome…which now confronts us in a manner that makes “Godzilla” seem a veritable ‘white hat’ kind of guy….
    that dunce cap you’re wearing Pete, it’s a caricature in itself!…may I suggest that you place in on Zazzle and attempt to make some coin from your own stupidity sir!

  18. pieman  June 5, 2011 at 2:28 am

    Bob, it can only serve to embarrass you personally and erode your credibility to front for the now totally discredited VT = gatekeeper for the powers which have thought through and implemented this mass genocidal “accident” which keeps on giving. I use that word (discredited) advisedly, and knowing that you are a competent researcher, suggest you do your own D D to understand why…that is if you yourself are still not one of the coopted. Infinite respect for your personal integrity and wisdom, I’ve just seen too many good folks go down too soon in the last few months. If you trust your own instincts for survival(we all have em, but few of us use em!) you will know I’m telling you the truth. Find a new venue, and set yu self free mon! If this note is censored like all the real dissenters voices on VT, I’ll just PM you. Keep it locked n ready, keep it real!

  19. stephengn  June 4, 2011 at 5:27 pm


    Do it again, dude.

    It is 10E16

    10 quintillion is 10E19

  20. Bob Nichols  June 2, 2011 at 8:16 am

    Hi OS,

    Thinking about what you said and the assumption it makes and I disagree. In fact, Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab, the UC-Berkeley, the DOD, US Intelligence Agencies, the NRC and the NYTimes have thought long and hard about these questions ever since TMI and Chernobyl.

    The massive, coordinated news suppression and replacement with happy-go-lucky make believe “success” stories is part of the effort. They planned for the next nuclear disaster alright; but, they carefully planned how to deny it, not fix it.

    Veterans Today’s proposal to use subsidence charges to get the reactors under water and the use of submarines to retrieve the reactor cores and fuel rods remain the only solution on the table.

    Bob Nichols

  21. OS  June 1, 2011 at 8:18 am

    How about this…

    Comment (7) that’s me, just change oil spill to reactor meltdown, and a few other words as necessary.

  22. Mick  May 31, 2011 at 11:11 pm


    Edgar Cayce: “The greater part of Japan must go into the sea.”

  23. Bob Nichols  May 31, 2011 at 8:47 pm


    Very Cool! You are absolutely On the Money!

    Utterly devastating nuke disasters. Hushed up mostly because the Psychopaths in charge did not want to Display to the world their utter and total failure.

    Why do we Normal people (relatively) put up with these diseased monsters?


  24. OS  May 31, 2011 at 5:13 pm

    Yes, another disaster with no plans for worse case scenario. Sound familiar?

  25. OS  May 31, 2011 at 5:08 pm

    Another reason why humans will be extinct in the future, they haven’t the ability to plan for worse case scenarios. So clearly it’s only a matter of time, and error.

    And you will discover in these worse case scenarios, outside assistance is often turned away. Do intelligent societies work in this way? We spend more time working against each other, then working with each other. Right or Wrong?

  26. radiatedserfs  May 31, 2011 at 2:22 pm


  27. stephengn  May 30, 2011 at 8:50 pm

    “tera is a trillion, 10,000 trillion = 10 Quintillion.”

    10,000 trillion = 10 Quadrillion – not quintillion

  28. ethanallen  May 30, 2011 at 7:26 pm

    On the 21st of May the world was supposed to have been ended by the Creator. It is totally unnecessary for the Creator to end this experiment. She endowed humankind with intelligence, curiosity and inventiveness. But not only these attributes but also with a massive ego that tells us we can control anything we can build. We’re loading the atmosphere with the products of combustion, we’re poisoning the soil and now we have released enough radioactive material to kill everyone several times over. The Creator built self destruction into the brain of humankind itself.

  29. Cathrin  May 30, 2011 at 6:04 pm

    Thanks for the article & thanks for all the intelligent comments…..Is anyone w/ scientific knowledge actually contacting the powers that be w/ your clean up ideas? I don’t like the “dump reactors into the sea” idea…. our healthy Alaskan salmon is surely already contaminated w/ the radiation….we dont’ want more.
    As I see this unprecedented situation unfold & as I listen to the media downplay the effects I know that our only real choice is to protect ourselves w/ healthy choices: i.e. eat seaweed (seaweed contains alginic acid which binds irreversibly to both heavy metals & radiation), it’s high in iodine & if it happens to already be full of toxins they will stay bound to the alginic acid until it passes through the GI tract & out. Do some research, there are lots of natural substances that will help us detox & several holistic Drs have written about this in their blogs. Anyone on the coast of Alaska & U.S. feeling as tired since the meltdown as I & several friends have been? Check this out…. http://www.jmccanneyscience.com/
    Typhoon Songda just hit southern Japan this weekend (google it for more info) –
    “However, the typhoon has already brought heavy rain to the Fukushima region and there is still more to come. This has prompted worries that runoff water may wash away radioactive materials from the land into the Pacific Ocean.
    The plant operator, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) has been pouring synthetic resins over the complex in an attempt to stabilise the plant. More work needs to be done, not just now but also to ensure that future typhoons would not spread radioactive materials into the environment.”

  30. Jadwiga Reinke  May 30, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    According to the CTBTO the radiation has already reached the southern hemisphere.

    “Nine days after the accident, the radioactive cloud had crossed Northern America. Three days later when a station in Iceland picked up radioactive materials, it was clear that the cloud had reached Europe. By day 15, traces from the accident in Fukushima were detectable all across the northern hemisphere. For the first four weeks, the radioactive materials remained confined to the northern hemisphere, with the equator initially acting as a dividing line between the northern and southern air masses. As of 13 April, radioactivity had spread to the southern hemisphere of the Asia-Pacific region and had been detected at stations located for example in Australia, Fiji, Malaysia and Papua New Guinea.”


  31. Concrete man  May 30, 2011 at 3:16 pm

    Nichol’s report is full of errors, typos, and unreferenced claims. Bad enough as it is than to be praising this lunatic.

  32. Pete  May 30, 2011 at 11:56 am

    SECOND big nuclear disaster? What of the Windscale fires in 1957 given as Level 5 on the INES scale? And nuke the reactors? You’d be creating a dirty bomb out of a nuclear explosion then all the deposited material would be resuspended and allowed to be driven by the winds to who knows where. New Zealand?

    Anyone read/seen On The Beach?

  33. nobodysaysBOO  May 30, 2011 at 10:09 am

    There is no quick fix here this will be killed,cleaned up and capped or covered by people on the ground doomed people and some robots.This nuke everything and spin around the uses of nukes is bad.The sea is not the place for this trash.Lifting this into the sea will put more into the air.
    The idea for using subs for clean ups is wierd,the time magizne article and diagrams for the glomar explorer for mining magnesium noduels off the pacific ocean floor was a great cover story for grabbing a nuek sub could work here,perhaps build a temperary holding pool or tanks for the most radioactive items in the sea.
    The robotidcs folks can make tons on this.

  34. Bob Nichols  May 30, 2011 at 7:04 am

    Corrected to “per hour” as per the Tepco press release here:

    “The decision comes after the release of a preliminary calculation Monday by the Nuclear Safety Commission of Japan, which said the crippled nuclear plant was releasing up to 10,000 terabecquerels of radioactive materials per hour at one point after a magnitude 9.0 earthquake and subsequent tsunami hit northeastern Japan on March 11.”

  35. Concrete man  May 30, 2011 at 4:02 am

    Yes, the situation is very bad, I agree, there appears to be corium occurirng at three of the reactors and no one knows what to do. But this article makes gigantic claims and is not referenced for crap. There are misspelled words and grammatical errors. For example:

    “The reactors are releasing as much as a Tepco (Tokyo Electric Power Company) measured 10 Quintillion (10,000 Trillion Bq) radioactive counts per second of deadly radioactive smoke particles into the Earth’s atmosphere.”

    What kind of absurd unconfirmed rubbish is this? Is this in one of the links you provided? Chris Busby put the number at 100 trillion becquerals per day, not a zillion times that per second. Official sources put it at 154 trillion becs per day. If your estimate was correct, geiger counter readings would be hitting the ceiling, and yet official and independent readings detect only small amounts of irregular radiation outside of the worst affected areas.

    There seem to be a lot of nut jobs running around Veterans Today, Gordon Duff being the no.1 slick operator. See Carolyn Yeager’s debunking of his phony scholarship at Voice of Reason Radio.

    But now that this crap is splashed all over the net the job of disinformation has been served.

  36. Concrete man  May 30, 2011 at 3:39 am

    I could not find the references or confirmation for the information in the article. You said Kaku made that statement on CNN on March 18, but he never mentioned the information you attributed to him. There are no references as to the amounts of radioactive materials at Fukushima in the scant references you provided. You base the article on an Dr. Scampa but I could not find any references for his claims (or your claims about him) either.

  37. Kierie  May 30, 2011 at 1:04 am

    Maybe the elite are going to fled to the international space station. Like Noah they have an ark ready to escape the hell they created for us fools that keep on serving them.

  38. William Davis  May 29, 2011 at 11:22 pm

    Hello Bob ;

    When I just begin to look at your site even BEFORE starting to READ ,, it Saddens me to a point that I feel like CRYING !! and at the same time I am so MAD I wish I could Beat the HELL out of someone .

    And I also feel so HELPLESS because I don’t do ANYTHING !! about how our STUPID Government is doing everything except doing anything to FIX all of our MAJOR problems .

    All I can do now a days is to write EMAILS that complain about all the problems with our so called Government .

    Now a Days I live my life with 2 words ,, : WHAT IF ” ????????????

    I would like to do this but ,, WHAT IF ” ????????????

    I would like to buy this but ,, WHAT IF ” ????????????

    I would love to go live there but ,, WHAT IF ” ????????????

    Now a days I am AFRAID to do almost anything thing because of ,, WHAT IF ” ????????????

    Example ; WHAT IF ” ???????????? our Government says SORRY all you OLD FARTS , but there is NO more $$$$ to pay anyone for Social Security .

    And that is becoming more of a Reality thast scares me to Death because I am Disabled and rely only on Social Security for everything …

    And I truly believe OBAMA and other people in our Government is trying to do everything they can do to KILL the USA ..

    All I can say is Please ! GOD help us ..

  39. Dingo  May 29, 2011 at 8:00 pm

    Big hurricane heading up to Fuku right now. Lots of rain will wash all that plutocratic poison out to sea.

    Sushi anyone?

  40. Bob Nichols  May 29, 2011 at 6:21 pm

    Think so, eh?

    Since you have distinguished yourself as not reading the article and distinctly humbled by simple math; the thought that 10 Quintillion utterly escapes your grasp is … about par for the course.

    Have an interesting life,

    Bob Nichols

  41. Mark Wellinger  May 29, 2011 at 6:18 pm

    > Remember, they don’t drink nor do they eat from the same sources that we do

    Citation please.

  42. Tom  May 29, 2011 at 5:49 pm

    I think you are Bob, I just thought perhaps the heat might increase the natural decay. The push reactor is a good idea, provide the sea is deep enough. It might be possible to blast a pit or hole next to the reactor then some how flip the nuke site into the hole, this might even bury it deep enough, so the surface (that’s underwater) could tarped over. I just wonder about the rest of these cheap boiling water reactor, would they stand up to a category 5 tornado?

  43. Secular  May 29, 2011 at 4:34 pm

    “.. It would be logical to start building the Wall on the ocean side to stop further discharges..”
    That sounds sensible Rick, I do not understand why work has not already been started on this type of containment. Concurent work on erecting a substantial dome over the site should also be underway. Problem is any large scale engineering in this area would be challenging from the earthquake potential.
    Hi Bob – isn’t there a danger underground nukes could trigger another 9.0?

  44. Peter Henry  May 29, 2011 at 3:04 pm

    This article is alarmist hogwash. The situation at Fukushima is bad enough as it is and it’s hard enough getting accurate information without having to wade through pieces like this.

    – The estimate of 1 million fatalities from Chernobyl may be correct but it is controversial and this should be acknowledged.
    – “Equivalent of 50 Chernobyls” is pure scare tactics and the division doesn’t even check out.
    – “Lethality increases for 250,000 years” means what, exactly? And who says?
    – “Work at the nearby reactors is a quick, painful death sentence” – How many have died from radiation poisoning so far?
    – “All Japanese … are suffering from internal radiatioactive contamination” – What does this mean exactly?
    – Here’s my favorite quote: “Many of these creatures in the animal world will not survive long outside the womb, if carried to term. What’s more, future Human Genetic Mutants of ever-lower intelligence and greater, more grotesque physical deformities are the genetic legacy of Humanity forevermore.” Which horror movie does this idea come from?
    – Nuking the plants and knocking them into the ocean seems to me to be A Really Bad Idea. But, hey, I’m no expert.

    In sum, the situation at Fukushima is serious enough that it doesn’t need to be caricitured. We need accurate, sober information, and the author owes it to himself and his audience to become better informed.

  45. radiatedserfs  May 29, 2011 at 2:31 pm

    “Our children will enjoy in their homes electrical energy too cheap to meter”

    The author is Lewis L. Strauss, chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission,
    speech at the 20th anniversary of the National Association of Science
    Writers, New York City, September 16, 1954, as reported by *The New York
    Times*, September 17, 1954, p.5

  46. Billy Davis  May 29, 2011 at 1:17 pm

    As we watch the world around us fall to pieces there is hope.
    Just as the Hebrew prophets wrote many years ago there is a protected place Ps. 91.
    Do you have eyes to see and heart that can believe all that the prophet have spoken?
    If so, you need to come on by and check out the protected place for these last days.

    May the same Spirit that inspired the prophets and the aspostles of the True Hebrew Messiah to write to us bless your understanding.


  47. Bob Nichols  May 29, 2011 at 1:12 pm

    Hi Rick D,

    Well, let’s see. It sounds like good idea.

    You said “They could stay far back enough from the meltdowns so the workers don’t constantly drop dead.”

    How many Miles or km were you thinking about, Rick? 10 Quintillion Counts an hour is a lot of kill-you-dead radiation, y’know?


  48. mick  May 29, 2011 at 1:03 pm

    Give Japan Palestine …you know “A land without a people for a people without a land” ! yea right

  49. Rick D  May 29, 2011 at 12:22 pm

    Would it be feasible to build a gigantic swimming pool on the site, with tall, thick concrete walls? Not to be flippant, but call it the Great Wall of Japan and sell shares to finance it. It would be logical to start building the Wall on the ocean side to stop further discharges. Catch the contaminated water right where it is and alleviate atmospheric pollution. They could stay far back enough from the meltdowns so the workers don’t constantly drop dead.

    Fleeing to the Suthern hemisphere is an option. The Bush family not long ago purchased vast tracts of real estate in Paraguay and Argentina. An added bonus is, there is far less snow and ice in the Southern hemisphere during glaciations.

  50. Garibaldi  May 29, 2011 at 12:00 pm

    ..and what do you propose, Mr. Rivero? The Do-Nothing Option perhaps? Or why not load those cores onto a fleet of Boeing 747 airliners and fly them all into the Pentagon on the 10th anniversary of 9-11?

  51. Howard T. Lewis III  May 29, 2011 at 11:18 am

    We need to keep the mess cooled. We need to seperate it into smaller units and do it under water (The easiest and most frequently used usually is demineralized but this is a HUGE mess.) so it can be entombed in cement and put out of reach in a geologically stable spot. Get GE and Westinghouse on this or bulldoze their manufacturing facilities and above all, make sure they can not reserve a seat in ANY underground facility. Use these to store the melted down reactor cores broken up and the pieces each stored seperately. WE MUST DO SOMETHING SOON. Knocking a side out of a pond and transferring the molten to the fractured solid state for pick-up and storage sounds reasonable. Like a slurry. I AM NOT THE EXPERT. I WANT TO HEAR FROM THEM. Not quitters and whiners.
    Please don’t use an atomic bomb to blow up the ground under the Fukushima facility unless the radiation is so intense that millions of cubic yards of buffer and wadding is needed to seperate the molten cores into smaller, cooler manageable pieces. If it is necessary, think twice and do it. I, personally prefer my small cement pools on a conveyor belt idea after flooding and fracturing.

  52. Michael Rivero  May 29, 2011 at 10:04 am

    Normally, Veterans Today has good articles and good suggestions, but this idea is about as bad as they get, and has no more chance of solving the problem than Dr. Michio Kaku “Chernobyl” option, which would not have worked no matter when it was tried.

    The author of this idea seems to labor under the illusion that radiation in the air is a problem, but radiation in the ocean is okay. Nothing could be further from the truth. As radiation enters the ocean it is absorbed into ocean life that humans rely on for food. A contaminated fish is just as deadly 15,000 miles from Fukushima as it is 1 mile from Fukushima.

    Bob Nichols speaks blithely of specially built submarines to pick up the reactor cores. Mr. Nichols obviously does not know how long it takes or how much it costs to build such specially equipped submarines, but should have realized it is easier, cheaper, ans faster to build such equipment that operates on land.

    While Fukushima sits where it is, the locations of the problems are known. A nuclear-trigged landslide will scatter reactor cores, fuel rods and radioactive debris over a much larger area of the ocean floor, could rupture the reactor cores and spread that debris even further, and possible bury the remains under a huge pile of rock making further recovery impossible while still allowing contamination to flow into the Pacific ocean and the food chain.

    Mr. Nichols proposes using nuclear weapons to initiate the landslide. Mr. Nichols fails to understand that a massive flood of neutrons from nuclear detonations hitting the remains of the Fukushima fuel rods could stimulate a massive amount of fusion in the already borderline fuel robs, which while unable to sustain a chain reaction by themselves are perfectly capable of responding to an outside nuclear detonation with added explosive force.

    This solution cannot work, and will only make matters worse. It’s only upside is that it shoves the problem out of the eyes of the public, but without solving the problem at all, much as Obama “handled” the Gulf Oil Disaster last July.

  53. Eileen Fleming  May 29, 2011 at 9:14 am

    Ten days after the earthquake in Japan triggered the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, extended the license of a virtual twin of Fukushima; a 40-year-old Vermont nuclear reactor for another two decades. The license renewal was granted even though the reactor’s cooling tower had literally fallen down, and the plant had repeatedly leaked radioactive fluid. -The Fierce Urgency of All Things Nuclear: A Book Review in Light of Current Events @

    On March 17, 2011, Prof. Uzi Even, a former top official at Israel’s Dimona, which is similar in technology to the reactors in Japan said:

    “The reactors were built about the same time, 40-50 years ago. In principle, the planning of the reactors is similar. The soft underbelly is the cooling system, which must be operated with great force, even after the reactor is turned out. If there is a breakdown in the cooling system, it will cause the core to collapse. That’s what happened at the Japanese reactors.

    “While we don’t have tsunamis or such strong earthquakes, the chances of a breakdown in the cooling system, either by chance or deliberately, are very great. Our reactor is 50 years old, far older than what is permitted to operate in other countries. Another factor here, which is absent in Japan, is the possibility of deliberate sabotage of the reactor’s cooling system. We have enough crazies who wouldn’t hesitate to do it if they could.” -A few Questions CNN’s Piers Morgan Failed to Ask Bibi @

  54. Bob Nichols  May 29, 2011 at 9:12 am

    Hi Tom, Bob Nichols here,

    Well, your thought is a good start; but, you got side tracked in the outcomes.

    The bombs – whether they be Atomic or Hydrogen, fission or fusion cannot make the nuclear material at Fuku become nothingness, or “burn the stuff up”. It will always exist as it goes through its natural Decay Chain.

    All proper placement of the bombs can do is provide energy in the form of work, which can be measured in Joules and “push” the reactors into the sea to halt most of the atmospheric poisoning going on.

    Then submarines with special radioactive sensors would have to get in there and pick up the once burning reactor cores and fuel rods.


  55. BillyBob  May 29, 2011 at 8:34 am

    Not sure which is the most deadly…
    50 Chernobyls or watching Master Chef???

  56. NadePaulKuciGravMcKi  May 29, 2011 at 6:05 am

    Fukushima Apocalypto
    from day number one

    usn nuke puke vets

  57. NIB  May 29, 2011 at 5:00 am

    I’m not counting my chickens and am certainly not gloating – but in 2008 it was discovered that an atmospheric effect at the equator stops pollution from the northern hemisphere entering the south http://www.earthweek.com/2008/ew080926/ew080926b.html. Bammbammnz may in fact be right that NZ will be about the least affected landmass worth inhabiting – although that may be small comfort to us, when 300 million radioactive boat people turn up.

  58. Tony King  May 29, 2011 at 3:01 am

    For decades, our greatest human minds tinkered around with the nuclear option. Even Albert Einstein. But even the smartest were stupid enough to build nuclear reactors on earthquake fault lines and near the ocean; sitting ducks for the expected quakes and tsunamis. From the rest of humanity, THANKS A FRIGGIN LOT YO STOOPID MOFUS. Science gone mad, and now it’s killing us.

  59. George  May 29, 2011 at 1:29 am

    It’s not that Bammbamm is south; he’s off the planet. As a kiwi, myself, I know this type of event has been studied in the 70s and 80s in regard to Global war. The equator serves as a barrier that DELAYS, not stops, but delays the spread of radiation into the southern hemisphere. The amount of time for southernites to contemplate the end of the world by themselves is about 12-18 months.

    Bammbamm also isn’t contemplating what will happen to his neighbourhood watering hole as the Pacific continues to get hit by Fukushima runoff.

  60. Tom  May 29, 2011 at 12:49 am

    In my opinion they should actually do a quicker job, by simply using fusion bombs to just burnt the stuff up. Yes there will be atmosphere pollution, but far less than the dicking around with the oceans. 5megtons per reactor. I am not a physicist however, but I would quess that most of the core material would go through rapid conversion.

  61. Kaj  May 29, 2011 at 12:30 am

    Sure this is bad – very bad.

    But the solution is not a world rebellion. Because that is exactly what the elite wants now, and it will come and they will hijack and control this rebellion. And it will be used as their justification to implement a host of new laws and emergency stuff. It will be the beginning of a new age of darkness.

    Do you think we can “take back the world”? Just forget it – this problem is too far gone, way too far. This is much bigger and pervasive than radioactivity or pollution, or wars and greed. This is a human heart problem and it has been following us for thousands of years. This is not about taking control of socity – because we as human beings are not capable of even taking control of ourselves as individuals.

    As long as the problem is in the heart, it does not matter how you rearrange these hearts. It is not a problem of structure, it is a problem of consciousness – and it cannot be fixed in a collective way. So just give that up as soon as possible. And take a close look at yourself and how you value life – maybe you can open up and connect to the source of life that we all enjoy every day, usually without the faintest clue about what we are being given.

    Any other attitude and action will just end up empowering the agenda of the power elite. And most people will fall into exactly that trap, thinking they are doing the right thing. Sorry, but the devil is smarter than that. Good thing is that our Creator is a loving and forgiving being. But time is running out now, so better open your eyes and prepare.

  62. Bammbammnz  May 28, 2011 at 11:54 pm

    I’m a long way South … penguins and ice.
    The simple facts are that it will precipitate out over most of the Northern hemisphere, and by the time it gets down here, most fallout will be neglible. Compared to fallout from previous nuclear weapons test sites here.

    The only way to clean up Fukushima, is to demolishing it. grind up the concrete and contaminated earth. Pipe it in a slurry to a holding zone 10 km away, and sort it thorugh a series of slurry tanks and collectors. Reprocess the waste chemically, and vitrify and cement the rest of the waste into transportable disposable blocks. Then pour concrete over at least 50 square kilometers of Fukushima. Thick like – with stainless steel re-inforcing …

  63. Howard T. Lewis III  May 28, 2011 at 11:24 pm

    If the submarine idea is the fastest way to get this fuel cool enough to bag up and entomb in cement, we are wasting time. Obviously our entire government is incapable of anything beyond instant self-gratification. It would seem prudent to go on without them. They would just get in the way later and already have done quite enough taking bribes to put the entire world in this avoidable predicament which would have been avoided without inherently murderous NWO=OWO+CFR+IMF cooperation and buggery.

  64. Ell  May 28, 2011 at 11:06 pm

    Sad comment mate, get off your high horse. Everyone is in this and everyone is effected by it. Shameful use of your national identity. Yes I am a kiwi.

  65. Garibaldi  May 28, 2011 at 10:34 pm

    Thanks for finally rolling out Job One, (the Only One), Bob. But If you’re dead serious about getting it done, better hack that red phone to Moscow and get Putin on the line.

  66. Carlos W.  May 28, 2011 at 9:50 pm

    STILL, think nuclear energy is safe? Don’t blame me, I never voted for it. In fact, I know of a list of suppressed technologies, that work & have already been patented, that’ll supply everything we need, & are totally safe!! Can even make them, in Japan. Just can’t make bombs with’em..

    Why don’t you know of them? Because they’re “a thret to Nashunal Sequrity'” Now does a runaway nuclear ‘accident’ (50 Chernobyl’s?YIKES!) seem like a threat to National Security, a lot more than free energy magnet motors, that won’t ever hurt you, your family, & your environment?

    Google; ancient atomic warfare, sometime. The Jews didn’t discover this. They just, “dis-covered it”.
    More than 60 years later, with no viable transmutation technology, other than to make more bombs.
    Time, for zero point? Safe, clean, & efficient zero point. It’s only every where. (BUT, still a “thret”!)
    So, where’s that list? The president gave it to the Chinese last year. All 6,000 working patents…
    But he didn’t give’m this; Dichloroacetate (DCA). A potential cancer cure. We’re all gonna need it!!

  67. vinnie  May 28, 2011 at 9:29 pm

    A start would be to shut down all Nuclear Plants around the World. What is going on now cant be stopped. all Ocean’s will be contaminated. even if the Nuclear Reactors are all sent down to the bottom of the Sea. What is needed now is find all the bastards that have done nothing so far, and JAIL THEM ALL FOR LIFE.. the idiot’s that built the Nuclear Plants NEW SOME DAY THIS COULD HAPPEN. They did nothing but get Filthy Rich off building the Nuclear Plants. The bastard GENERAL ELECTRIC. ( I SUPPOSE THEY ALSO USED INFERIOR BUILDING MATERIALS, AND SHABBY CONSTRUCTION. Cut Corner’s . payed less money, and charged a fortune in return. ( The World is full of scum bags like Gereral Electric. ( The Worlds Wealthy dont give a dam about human life’s. ) Look at America and the American Government. Two Worthless Wars, and 535 MORONS sitting in power along with a president who could care less about the american populace or world population.WHAT IS NOW NEEDED IS A WORLD REBELLION. who needs crap in all governments around the world. in fact who needs criminal world corporations. for CIVILIZATION’S TO EXHIST THEY NEED TO TAKE ACTION. put all BASTARDS in PRISIONS were they belong.

  68. Guo Du  May 28, 2011 at 9:13 pm

    Western politics is dominated by wordsmiths and charismatic actors who barely passed grade nine science. Many of today’s problems need a bit more knowledge than that to kinda appreciate what the science advisors are talking about. Alas.

  69. Bob Nichols  May 28, 2011 at 9:03 pm

    Hmm, the radioactive particles will be worldwide in a year.

    Just how far South are you?

  70. Blues  May 28, 2011 at 8:51 pm

    Plain and simple:

    Mankind is doomed. We will all die! The radiation will eventually kill everyone of us as well as every living creature on the face of the Earth.

    I have been no doomssayer, but I see nothing being done as should be done. If even 1/10th of the above is correct there is enough radiation to wipe out everyone of us.

    Some new species will probably arise in a couple of million years when the radiation becomes adaquatelyly low. Hope they do better than us.

  71. Bammbammnz  May 28, 2011 at 8:29 pm


    Actually no it doesn’t. We are far enough South that most of the effects are Mitigated. However it will enter your food chain, nicely.
    I’m not delusional at all, just jaded.
    Expect to pay more for non contaminated food.

  72. majia  May 28, 2011 at 7:44 pm

    Fukushima: Can a Species Commit Suicide?

    It seems that the answer is, unfortunately, yes.

    It appears that it will be over a year and maybe years before the Fukushima disaster is brought under control. It seems it will spew radiation into the air, sea, and groundwater for months upon months upon years…

    Already it is has caused more contamination in the oceans than Chernobyl.

    More and more politicians and scientists are speaking up about their concerns that the situation is out of control and will take year(s) to contain




    I especially recommend reading the earthfiles link. It complements Bob’s essay nicely. (Thank you Bob for the great essay)

    I wonder how many people this disaster will sicken and kill?

    Dr. Helen Caldicott stated there is enough plutonium at the plant to kill all humanity. Of course, that plutonium would have to be pretty well distributed…

    Winds and precipitation are fickle. They are now infused with random death when blowing out of, and over, Japan. How will fickle winds distribute the clouds of death?

    Will they spare some in Japan? Can some benevolent entity – God perhaps – please intercede on behalf of the loving mothers and fathers and children of Japan…

    What about those of us on the U.S. west coast? Will the plutonium and other particles of illness and death randomly fall into my food or be breathed in with a simple gulp of air? Will my children be victims of fickle winds or rains that disperse death?

    Will we even know how many are affected? Will our government and private health authorities manipulate statistics on cancer and birth defects in order to promote “normalcy”? I recall that public health statistics were first described as “political statistics.”

    Can a species commit suicide? Why yes I do believe it can….

  73. beijingyank  May 28, 2011 at 7:43 pm

    You are in delusion. The nuclear poison will contaminate everyone. It’s not selectively prejudiced. It is effecting everyone.

    Look at it this way. If you go directly straight up, you run out of oxygen in 3 miles. Another words we got 6 billion people sharing a space of only 2-3 miles.

  74. Jame  May 28, 2011 at 7:34 pm

    Radiation, like infectious disease, doesn’t recognize class, wealth, education, or location. There is no gated community strong enough to repel these two vectors. The wealthy psychopaths who control the world’s wealth think they can survive but they’re way over their heads. It takes the grass-root, blue collar working people to keep a civilization going. Without us, the white collars are toast.

  75. arkansascajun  May 28, 2011 at 6:59 pm

    the UN should get together and give japan north korea. everybody wins!

  76. Bob Nichols  May 28, 2011 at 6:59 pm

    Reality Be Dammed,

    You got that right, RBD.

    and … there are 4 more reactors idling in neutral just waiting to meltdown 10 Clicks away – still in the Forbidden Zone.

    What you guys going to do the next time some shit-for-brains tells you nukes are “quite safe?”

    Yeaaaaaaaa, Me too.


  77. arkansascajun  May 28, 2011 at 6:58 pm

    your proposed remedy is laughable and illustrates the dream world you live in. there is NOTHING ANYONE can do now. you have NO IDEA! submarines? disposal at sea. FOOL!

  78. Reality Be Dammed  May 28, 2011 at 6:27 pm

    The final kill of the population has begun. The controllers are letting this meltdown continue as long as possible to accomplish their goal of population reduction.

    The “early death clock” is ticking for every single living thing on the planet.

  79. Bammbammnz  May 28, 2011 at 5:33 pm

    Well – we Kiwis told you this years ago – but what did you do in kind?

    You murdered two of our Prime Ministers, and undertook economic warfare againt us, impoverishing our country, for wanting to be nuclear free.

    Long may Fukushima continue to polute and kill you – Americans.
    And remember, you will have to buy clean food off us, if you don’t want to die.

  80. Bob Nichols  May 28, 2011 at 4:40 pm

    Bob the Aussie,

    Hmm, better arm up. They are all dead folks walking, their country is trashed forever.

    They have nothing to lose. They will soon be extinct anyway. Japan is history.


  81. charlie  May 28, 2011 at 4:18 pm

    From an NWO standpoint the “do nothing option” eliminates as many people as possible, millions even, crippling and neutralizing millions more. Remember, they don’t drink nor do they eat from the same sources that we do making this a win, win situation for them.
    Why is the death toll only 20,0000? The town of Sendai alone, held over 1 million people and in a matter of minutes it was buried in 50ft of water. Why are they grossly underestimating the death toll? How long do they think they can cover up the actual number of dead, not to mention the “walking dead” poisoned beyond all hope with radioactive waste?


  82. Bob the Aussie  May 28, 2011 at 4:03 pm

    If this cotinues Japan may be become unihabitable the Japanese will have no option but to use its considerable military and economic power and take someone else’s land in the Asia Pacific region the two logical countries to take over would be either Australia or New Zealand. The Japanese aren’t the sort of people who would allow their nation and culture to die.

  83. James  May 28, 2011 at 3:59 pm

    Well, we already know the answer to this terrible problem. – The president goes golfing. That or he locks himself in the bathroom and smokes a cigarette.

  84. Anthony J. Hall  May 28, 2011 at 12:42 pm

    As this article shows there is no real precedent for the Fukushima catastrophe. The Fukushima #1 installation concentrates so many nuclear hazards in such close juxtaposition that its almost tailor made to suffer om a mega scale the series of chain reactions that are the essence of fission. Then there are the many other nuclear installations such as those where the so-called “reprocessing” of spent nuclear fuel rods takes place. I have no confidence that Fukushima #1 is the end of the story when it comes to the full inventory of nuclear disasters currently underway in the earth quake/tsunami shattered country. We start with the suspicion we are not getting the full story of Fukushima #2, which is 6 miles to the south along the coast.

    The whole dynamic in this technology to tap the deepest energy sources of matter is to start, maintain and replicate chain reactions. As I see it the whole nuclear-industrial complex of dozens of nuclear installations in a small island country establishes the framework of possible chain reactions in a catastrophe with, I suspect, many cris centres not just the most visible one at Fukushima #1.

    Even there the visibility of the most lethal source of toxins ever released into the water, atmosphere and land is effectively being blocked out by the MSM and the cabal of organized criminals it serves. We would be kept even more in the dark if it wasn’t for the public service being provided on this matter by, for instance, conscientious whistle blowers such as Bob Nicols, Dr. Caldicott, Dr. Busby, Dr. Kaku, Mie Miyashita, Lucas Whitefield Hixson, Harvey Wasserman, Alexander Higgins, and many others, some of whom regularly exchange information at

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