Radioactive Fukushima

Fukushima Nuclear disaster is still on going yet the world is slowly forgetting about it. The area next to the plant is showing radiation levels as high or higher than Chernobyl. 300 TONS of radioactive water is spilling into the Pacific Ocean EVERY DAY! Please share this video and bring back some awareness to this very important topic.

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Imagine Dragons for their song Radioactive.

Shocking Death Toll Related To Fukushima


With the third anniversary of Fukushima just around the corner, research shows the disaster is far from over. The triple assault on Japan’s east coast included a magnitude 9.0 earthquake followed by a debilitating tsunami, and finally a nuclear meltdown that has become an alarmingly monumental global problem that garners nearly no mainstream media attention.

The latest reports which were compiled by authorities and the local police show that a total of 1,656 deaths have been as a result of the nuclear disaster. The Rest Of The Story…

US Sailors Sue for Illnesses they Believe Caused by Fukushima


By John Daly | Wed, 22 January 2014 22:50 | 3

On 12 March 2011 the six-reactor Fukushima Daiichi complex, owned by Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc., approximately 150 miles north of Tokyo, was effectively destroyed by a tsunami that followed an offshore 9.0 Richter scale earthquake. The same day, U.S. Ambassador to Japan John V. Roos declared a disaster due to the effects of the earthquake and tsunami. In response, the USAID activated a Response Management Team in Washington, D.C., and deployed a Disaster Assistance Response Team to Japan to coordinate U.S. government response efforts in Japan. On 13 March, the two urban search and rescue teams arrived in Japan as part of the DART. The Rest Of The Story…

Underground Nuclear Explosion At Crippled Japan Atomic Plant Shocks World


An ominous edict issued from the Office of the President of Russia today to all Ministries of the Russian Government ordering that all “past, present and future” information relating to Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster now be rated at the highest classification level “Of Special Importance” states that this condition is “immediately and urgently needed” due to a series of underground nuclear explosions occurring at this crippled atomic plant on 31 December as confirmed by the Ministry of Defense (MoD). fukushima radiation

“Of Special Importance” is Russia’s highest classification level and refers to information which, if released, would cause damage to the entire Russian Federation.

Health Officials: ‘No Concern’ Over 500% Increase In Radiation Levels On California Beach

Can you help explain why health officials say there is “no concern” for health problems when the radiation levels on California beaches are hitting over 500% the normal level… And why is this not in the news!? You are the media.

Mikael Thalen|

Health officials in California are attempting to brush off public concern after a viral Youtube video showed a large increase in radiation levels on a Coastside beach last week.

The video, which has garnered nearly half a million views, shows radiation levels over five times above the normal background level, prompting fears over the ongoing Fukushima disaster. The Rest Of The Story…


Famed physicist Dr. Michio Kaku talks with CNN about Fukushima and how Japanese officials still do not have control of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

As the prestigious scientific journal Nature notes:
Shortly after a massive tsunami struck the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant on 11 March, an unmanned monitoring station on the outskirts of Takasaki, Japan, logged a rise in radiation levels. Within 72 hours, scientists had analysed samples taken from the air and transmitted their analysis to Vienna, Austria — The Rest Of The Story…

Inside the ‘No-Go Zone’: Searching for Answers at Japan’s Fukushima Nuclear Plant

By ABC News

Jan 9, 2014 10:47am

fukushima_radiation_nuclear_fallout_map-400x221The Fukushima Daiichi Power plant is the site of one of the worst nuclear catastrophes in history, and it’s still grappling with possible radioactive water leaks almost three years after a devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami triggered a meltdown.

On March 11, 2011, a 9.0-magnitude earthquake, the largest ever to hit Japan, and the tsunami that followed, engulfed entire villages. Giant waves flooded the Fukushima plant, knocking out power and causing a meltdown that spewed radiation across the countryside and into the ocean. The Rest Of The Story…

Fukushima Update: The Nuclear Disaster That Won’t Go Away

Reporters wear personal protective gear while touring the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan, Nov. 7, 2013. (Photo: Tomohiro Ohsumi / Pool via The New York Times)

Reporters wear personal protective gear while touring the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan, Nov. 7, 2013. (Photo: Tomohiro Ohsumi / Pool via The New York Times)

When was the last time you heard an update about the Fukushima nuclear disaster on the evening news? Yeah, that’s what I thought. You might take the silence to mean that everything’s fine, but it’s not. In fact, if the little blips and pieces of news coming out of Japan are any indication, things are far from fine, and are getting worse by the second. Those of us in other countries, even on the other side of the world, may soon get our own taste of nuclear fallout. The Rest Of The Story…