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Is an Unsuspecting Public Being Sacrificed?
Terming Fukushima Japan's second massive nuclear disaster, novelist Haruki Murakami said this time no one dropped a bomb on us but instead we set the stage, we committed the crime with our own hands, we are destroying our own lands, and we are destroying our own lives.
In retaliation for Japan’s support of an independent Palestinian state
Fukushima Radioactivity is Everywhere All Over Northern Hemisphere and Every One is Already Contaminated to Some Degree.
What remains unacknowledged is that Fukushima is continuing to release terabecquerels of radioactive poison and will continue to do so for months, if not years but the public is not fully getting this message.
All dairy products are no good. They have Strontium 90, which at the behest of the dairy industry, has been made illegal to report.
The Fukushima nuclear disaster shows every sign of becoming the most serious industrial accident in history. Thus the failure to properly internationalize the response to this catastrophe is mind boggling. One month after 3/11 a corrupt little company in Japan, TEPCO, is still being left in charge of dealing with an emergency that is quite literally poisoning the planet on a scale that we may not have ever seen before.
The destroyed reactors at Fukushima have been releasing radiation for weeks. According to model calculations, the stricken nuclear plant could already have released one-tenth of the amount of radiation unleashed in the Chernobyl disaster. How serious a risk does the disaster pose to humans?
From Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 to the witches brew of melting, spewing and exploding nuclear matter at Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Number One, the history of humanity’s first decades of encounter with energy’s atomic sources is unfolding as a poetic saga of hubris and tragedy.
HOUSTON, 3/22/11 -- The Iconoclast spent the weekend trying to contact officials from an unprecedented and under-reported military exercise. So far they have ignored our interview request, which we accordingly republish: