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Court Finds Japanese Government Guilty – Fukushima ‘Could Kill Millions’

A Japanese court has found the government guilty of negligence causing the Fukushima nuclear disaster and ordered them to pay tens of millions of dollars in compensation to victims, according to reports from Japan. The shock ruling opens up the prospect of citizens of Pacific nations including the United States of America receiving compensation from the Japanese government for the disaster which contaminated the entire Pacific Ocean and irreperably poisoned the world’s food chain. The nuclear plant operator, Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings, was also found guilty of negligence that led to the disaster that nuclear experts say will likely continue affecting wildlife and humans for the next 250,000 years. Friday’s stunning ruling by the Maebashi District Court was the first… Read More

Nuclear Engineer Says Fukushima is ‘As Close to Hell as I can Imagine’

The devastation imparted by the Fukushima meltdown in 2011 is still in effect, and it’s likely that the radiation from the nuclear power plant will be in our environment for a very long time.  Recent reports have indicated that the level of radiation at the disaster site is still unbelievably high, such that cleaning up the area is expected to take at least another forty years. Honestly, the word “disaster” hardly seems descriptive enough for the toll Fukushima has taken on the planet. Former nuclear engineer Arnie Gundersen doesn’t beat around the bush when discussing the enormous catastrophe that is the Fukushima nuclear accident. n a late February interview with the BBC, Gundersen explained how things could potentially get… Read More

Unexplained Spike In Fukushima Radiation Hits Deadly Level

Japan Times has reported that radiation levels inside the doomed Fukushima Daiichi No. 1 nuclear power plant have unexpectedly soared to lethal levels, and scientists can’t explain why. Just six hours after the tsunami, radiation levels peaked at 73 sieverts per hour. Now, radiation levels in the number two reactor have risen to a new high of 530 sieverts per hour, the highest level the reactor has emitted since the 2011 earthquake and resulting tsunami that critically destabilized the power planet. On March 11, 2011, a 9.0-magnitude earthquake struck the Japanese coast. The resulting tsunami caused a cooling failure in one of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant’s reactors. Exposure to the current level is enough to cause damage… Read More

Fukushima: The Extinction-Level Event That No One Is Talking About

March 11, 2011: A massive earthquake of 9.0 magnitude struck off the coast of Japan, triggering a devastating tsunami, which left parts of the country in utter shambles. Official reports claim that 15,891 people lost their lives, 6,152 were injured and 2,584 were reported missing. This was the most powerful earthquake ever recorded to have struck Japan, and the fourth most powerful in the world, since modern record keeping began in 1900. This earthquake was so intense in magnitude, that it shifted Honshu, the main island of Japan by an estimated eight feet and actually shifted the Earth’s axis by between four and ten inches! Japan is a nation containing many nuclear reactors which produce roughly 30% of the nation’s… Read More