This is from Joseph P. Farrell's blog, Giza Death Star -
You’ll recall a few months ago I blogged about a Japanese architectural firm that had put forward a study of turning the entire Moon into a gigantic solar energy power plant. The proposal called for ringing the entire equator of the Moon with panels, collecting enormous amounts of energy, which would be beamed back to the Earth in the forms of microwaves, converted to electricity, and voila, Japan’s energy problems would be solved. Except, there was a hitch. In my book Cover Wars and Breakaway Civilizations, I outlined a 1960s US Air Force study to orbit satellites which would do the same thing. The trouble was the collecting antennae on the Earth would exist in dead zones created by the microwaves. Japan’s plan, in other words, was to make the Moon a kind of “Death Star”, and no sooner had the Japanese firm put forward its proposal than the Chinese, realizing what was up, put forward their own version, and even made reference to he fabled “Death Star” of the Star Wars movies. The Chinese, in other words, weren’t buying the idea that this was solely for “peaceful production of energy,” for one and the same technology could easily be weaponized.
"It seeks to limit fish and other aquatic life".................... sounds like it.
Maybe the asking Federal Apperal court for review due to all the breeches of the CLEAN WATER Act they have already broken.... First copious amounts of fluoride in our water systems globally, now nuclear cooling water..... Anyone thirsty?
My mind is open, I rarely judge, I'm approachable, I am compassionate, I sometimes get shit wrong, I think I'm funny & tell bad jokes, I'm a good person with a big heart, I'm witty & smart & at times I am sweet & at times Im wanker that's because I'm from Down Under, its a place called Melbourne, in bloody fkn Australia!!!
(US) PG&E got caught in negligence surrounding their big 2010 explosion in San Bruno and they got caught buying a judge(!). Of course, no arrests, jail etc. for the killers. "News" accounts all focus on share price of PG&E.
For the first time in thousands of years, warm water is flowing into the Arctic Ocean.
(Arctic News) – For the first time in thousands of years, warm water is flowing into the Arctic Ocean. Warm water from the deep ocean is showing up on surface images. There is no way to put this into the context of 'normal.' Historic temperatures have kept the Arctic frozen on an even keel for thousands of years. Even if there was a 'natural cycle' it has been completely overridden by the astonishing amount of pollution that is going into the atmosphere.
Over 90 percent of Earth's energy imbalance has been going into the oceans, almost unnoticed by people keeping track of the temperatures in the atmosphere. . . .
Post by missfrill on Sept 24, 2014 12:12:32 GMT -5
US ramping up major renewal in nuclear arms
KANSAS CITY: A sprawling new plant here in a former soybean field makes the mechanical guts of America's atomic warheads. Bigger than the Pentagon, full of futuristic gear and thousands of workers, the plant, dedicated last month, modernizes the aging weapons that the United States can fire from missiles, bombers and submarines.
It is part of a nationwide wave of atomic revitalization that includes plans for a new generation of weapon carriers. A recent federal study put the collective price tag, over the next three decades, at up to a trillion dollars.
This expansion comes under a president who campaigned for "a nuclear-free world" and made disarmament a main goal of American defense policy. The original idea was that modest rebuilding of the nation's crumbling nuclear complex would speed arms refurbishment, raising confidence in the arsenal's reliability and paving the way for new treaties that would significantly cut the number of warheads.
Russian Scientists Take Water Samples from Near Fukushima Nuclear Plant
MOSCOW, October 3 (RIA Novosti) - Russian scientists from the research vessel Professor Khlyustin, studying the consequences of the Fukushima disaster, have taken samples of water not far from the territorial waters of Japan, the Khlopin Radium Institute, a subsidiary of the Russian state corporation Rosatom said in a message released on Friday.
"Five samples have been taken from the waters to the east of the wrecked nuclear power plant, for measuring the volumetric activity of caesium, strontium and tritium radioisotopes," the message read, adding that a sample for testing plutonium levels has also been taken. . .
"The administration has rejected the Yucca Mountain project while Congress has defunded it," Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., said Thursday. "The only path forward for long-term waste storage is a multi-site consent based approach."
The NRC emphasized in a news release accompanying the report that it "does not signal whether the NRC might authorize construction of the repository."
The regulators have repeatedly said the contamination is too small to be dangerous. The amounts of uranium found are less than a few grams, and highly localized. They said work could proceed, provided precautions are taken.
But a report since issued by the Institute for Radioprotection and Nuclear Safety has warned that Placoplatre’s and its own radiation tests could not rule out that there could be “significant contamination” by toxic uranium dust.
Scandal-Ridden Japan Descends Into Pit of Moral Degeneracy & Radioactive Hell By Richard Wilcox PhD
A simple comparison of Chernobyl shows that the 40 years estimate is pure poppycock. While there are time tables for removing fuel from units 4, 5 and 6; units 1, 2 and 3 (where extensive damage occurred) are in a much worse situation. Assuming Japan can remove the fuel rods from the pools of the three destroyed reactors (1, 2, 3) where there is massive ambient radiation at the buildings, how will they remove the corium that that has melted through the containments? If the Ukrainians can't remove the corium from its one destroyed reactor, according to what logic will Japan be able to? If the technology exists (it doesn't), why isn't it being shared? Is national security more important that international security for all humanity and the planet?
In the survival type of situation, i read that each person requires 1 gallon of water per day put aside,so this is a staggering figure miss frill, and most likely conservative with the truth as are most things Nuclear! Of course the resultant waste water is then not fit for purpose having gone through the cooling process. I was also staggered to learn the fact that Approaching 50% of all fresh water in France is used to cool reactors across the country. That's depressing.
Last Edit: Nov 11, 2014 8:29:53 GMT -5 by starlight
The village that fell asleep: Kazakhstanis hit by mystery sleeping sickness that causes them to doze for days have fluid on their brains, doctors claim
Locals in Kalachi, north Kazakhstan say mystery illness is getting worse Dozens of residents regularly hit by 'sleeping epidemic' for days at a time Doctors have ruled out viruses and contaminated water as possible cause Uranium mine near Russian town and Kazakhstan village considered cause
Computer systems at Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co. (KHNP)-the operator of South Korea's 23 commercial nuclear reactors-were hacked and information divulged via blog posts and posts on Twitter, according to the company. The first leaks on Dec. 15 were of personal information obtained from some of the 10,799 employees of the company, but later posts included reactor cooling system valve drawings from the Kori Unit 1 nuclear power plant, internal phonebook information, and KHNP's own secret subcategory guidelines. ..... The hacker is said to have threatened the release of more information if three reactors-Gori Units 1 and 3, and Wolsong Unit 3-are not shutdown by Dec. 25.
For instance, the government of Japan not only has an acute national security interest in ensuring the safety of Russia’s decaying fleet of nuclear driven submarines docked in the Shkotovo Peninsula near Vladivostok, it also has a clear environmental and economic interest in their safe disposal. Japan’s roughly $100 million investment under the Global Partnership for nuclear submarine disposal therefore has yielded a win-win security, economic, and environmental partnerships for all parties.
This is NOT a forum for Hate Speech, Immature Games, or Politics (there are other forums for that, and it's NOT HERE! - Suspension will be Enforced>>> http://fukushimahounds.freeforums.net/thread/534/happens-new-hounds-snarl-respectful
starlight: Perfect and then some! Dana is burning through the cash on some top notch state of the art tech and for those who can afford to, every pound is cherished and used in this endeavour. Presentation is vital and he’s come so far!
Dec 25, 2018 7:54:25 GMT -5
starlight: Posting the links in the chat now you have made the thread is perhaps a mistake, I say this in all good faith and only because eventually the chat will be erased by new chat posts which, though slow, require space of their own. Best wishes for 2019!
Dec 29, 2018 10:08:48 GMT -5
millie: Hi, Starlight. No problem. I posted here because the thread is not visible to the outside world, just members apparently. I post in enough other places it's not a big deal. Thanks for the correction, and Happy New Year!
Dec 29, 2018 12:15:26 GMT -5
starlight: Are you experiencing difficulties building a thread? For certain things such as expanding pictures one has to log in but building a thread is still possible I’m sure. Don’t give up just yet!
Dec 29, 2018 22:29:33 GMT -5
starlight: Linking to YouTube here will result in slower page redraws over time on a thread as pages grow, so that’s frustrating! Linking to multiple vids in a single
Dec 29, 2018 22:42:46 GMT -5
starlight: post will result in slow page redraw, cumbersome. So don’t try to post Dana’s entire output retrospectively but stuff you have a comment on .... might be a good balance? It’s tricky! I have just one thread and go there to post my contribution over time.
Dec 29, 2018 22:49:01 GMT -5
Dec 30, 2018 20:45:38 GMT -5
starlight: bust link? Got there by typing ‘ Fukushima nuclear infomercial’
Dec 30, 2018 21:02:44 GMT -5
millie: add "https://" in front. Can't figure out how to fix it
Dec 30, 2018 22:20:30 GMT -5
millie: ignore this
Dec 30, 2018 22:23:24 GMT -5
starlight: Great find Millie!
Dec 30, 2018 22:47:11 GMT -5
millie: For #Fukushima's eighth anniversary (3/11), netc.com was taken down so we can't see the EPA radiation levels. Therefore we should conclude that everything is a-ok. Not.
Mar 11, 2019 7:47:14 GMT -5