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Fukushima Nuclear Meltdown Confirmed

After all the denials, it can’t be hidden anymore. Not 1, not 2, in fact 3 of the reactors are in full meltdown.

The situation is “essentially out-of control”

Do you still believe what the media tells you? Let’s see how they spin their way out of it.


Fukushima NPP Uncontrollable

Fukushima Units 5 & 6 are flooded and risk of losing their cooling systems.

Watch the face of the TEPCO official; it says more than what is actually said.

Fukushima | Understanding Nuclear Reation

What they aren’t explaining

New data released by TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Company) and its interpretations.

Fukushima Unit 1 was shut down during the March 11 earthquake. Even though it’s shut down, it appears to have “gone critical” without human intervention. Read More…

Graphic Visuals on Fukushima NPP

And you though it was just a small little explosion

If you relied on news about Fukushima NPP nuclear disaster only from the main stream media and Japanese officials, you would have thought that it’s manageable.

Just your run-of-the-mill explosion.

Here are the visuals on how bad the situation is. Do remember, it’s a nuclear power plant. Even if there’s no fire or smoke, radiation could be leaking and in fact it is. Read More…

Tokyo’s Yellow Rain

Yellow Specks – Pollen or Radioactive Particles

It happened nearly 25 years ago. The rain water was yellow and it was due to radioactive particles spewing from the exploded Chernobyl nuclear power station.

All in all 190 tons of toxic material were expelled into the atmosphere. Read More…

Fukushima NPP needs to be buried

Meltdown at Fukushima NPP

The final logical conclusion: Fukushima NPP needed to be buried. It’s a gone case.

It has to be done sooner than later because they can’t stop the fires, food and water being contaminated and thousands of US military personnel have left the country.

Workers burnt with radiation

Three workers injured and contaminated with up to 180 millisieverts of radiation, close to the recommended limit, after working in water 30 centimeters deep while laying a power cable.

Two of the workers were hospitalized with beta radiation burns on their feet after water had seeped into their boots. Read More…