For now, nuke-pukes and “authorities” are trying to blame the west coast total die-off on algae blooms, ocean warming, global warming, nature, rare disease …. anything but radiation and starvation from radiated-to-death food supply.
How long can they keep it up?
Godzilla is a pretty big monster to hide under a sheet of newspaper.
ENE-News – TV: Fukushima Radiation Alert — Concern ‘nuclear chain reaction’ could occur at plant — Reactors are still melting down and spewing radioactivity — Fuel has burned through containment — Expert: It’s unprecedented… could’ve been 12 Chernobyls (VIDEO)
In February of 2016, Nuke Pro wrote this – A Scientific Basis For Destruction Of Ocean Food Chain Via Radiation.
Many scientists and critics have been writing their heads off since 3-11. Did TEPCO take any suggestions or advice from outside their goldfish bowl? No. They hired Stratfor’s goons-squads and media tamers to “handle” the situation.
TEPCO’s #1 priority isn’t stopping their nuclear contamination across the globe… it is P.R..
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None of the suggestions made in this 2013 article in A Green Road blog to stop the runaway radiation at Fukushima (and other Japanese nuke ruins on the coast) were taken –
Fukushima Tritium Buildup Dangers, And How To Stop The Multiple Out Of Control 100 Ton Corium Fires Raging Under Fukushima, Could Trigger Huge Tritium Deuterium Fusion Reaction And Cause Large Explosion
And – what’s behind the New York Times’ tireless efforts to prop up Godzilla energy?
“It’s probably just a coincidence that one of the leading energy reporters for the Times, 30+ year veteran Matt Wald, after leaving the paper joined the Nuclear Energy Institute to become senior director of policy analysis and strategic planning last year.
It’s probably just a coincidence that the Times has been running this sponsored post from a pro-nuke group: http://paidpost.nytimes.com/nuclear-matters/nuclear-energy-in-the-us.html#. Don’t worry, that’s all made clear in small type to readers who can breathe easy that “The news and editorial staffs of The New York Times had no role in this post’s preparation.” . . . ”
— Joe Romm, Think Progress
Dana blew a fuse about the Times this week –
That’s a fraction of the heat that will be coming to pretend journos, scientists and academics when the public wakes up to dead surfers washing up on their beaches and their hair falling out.
Just a fraction.