Fukushima

Strong quake hits off Japan near Fukushima

The quake had a preliminary magnitude of 7.3, the U.S. Geological Survey said

Fukushima Diary

“Almost everyone I spoke to, even the most mild-mannered, said they no longer trusted the gov’t, and they said it bluntly, or angrily, or with a deep sense of betrayal”

On the Cesium Road

On the Cesium Road

Is the Japanese government lying to us? Yes. Perhaps it violates good manners to say so, but good manners should no longer be expected from ordinary Japanese who have been inhaling highly radioactive dust and vapor since March 11, 2011

Catastrophic nuclear reactor meltdowns like Chernobyl or Fukushima could happen every ten to 20 years, scientists warn

Researchers call for international phasing out of nuclear energy

Fukushima prefecture rice farmer Takemi Shirado tends his test crop in Queensland's Burdekin valley. Click to enlarge

Catastrophic radiation contamination in rice fields 60km from Fukushima Daiichi

No crop for at least 300 years. Japanese farmers looking to relocate to Australia

Deal with Iran reached on nuclear probe

Coming just a day before it meets representatives from the six world powers in Baghdad, Iran’s agreement to allow international inspectors access to its nuclear facilities could open the way for further accord

Mysterious illness strikes hundreds of flight attendants, causes rashes and hair loss

Are ‘toxic uniforms’ really to blame, as claimed? Or is it the effects of Fukushima?

Doomsday scenarios spread about No. 4 reactor at Fukushima plant

Worldwide concern over the situation at Fukushima as doubts grow over the Japanese government’s ability to handle the crisis

20 kilometer evacuation zone around Fukushima. Click to enlarge

After The Media Has Gone: Fukushima, Suicide and the Legacy of 3.11

“In Japan, there is ‘honne’ (honest feeling) and ‘tatemae’ (polite-face). “Our tatemae is that we are doing our utmost to stop the leakage… and our honnne is that we are dumping massive amounts of contaminated water into the ocean”

Meltdown of Japanese Reactor Could Force the Evacuation of Tokyo

Meltdown of Japanese Reactor Could Force the Evacuation of Tokyo

The Japanese government has reportedly spoken with Chinese and Russian officials about sending them millions of its citizens because of the “extreme danger of life-threatening radiation poisoning.”

The Worst Yet to Come? Why Nuclear Experts Are Calling Fukushima a Ticking Time-Bomb

Although largely unacknowledged by the authorities, nuclear experts say the situation at Fukushima has the potential to threaten the entire planet with widespread radioactive contamination

Dire Fukushima Warnings: Urgent Request to UN Secretary General

Spent fuel rods at Fukushima contain 85 times more radioactivity than was released by Chernobyl. Prompting Japanese civil organisations, nuclear experts and diplomats to call for international assistance to help stabilise the situation

Jim Stone - Fear Obscures Fukushima False Flag

Jim Stone – Fear Obscures Fukushima False Flag

The explosion at #4 was caused by explosives, just like the WTC. Reactor 4 is building 7

Fukushima Daiichi’s Achilles Heel: Unit 4′s Spent Fuel?

U.S. Senator Ron Wyden, who visited Fukushima earlier this month warns of continued risks from crippled reactor, which if unresolved threaten “an even greater release of radiation than the initial accident”

Reporter: I’d always thought it wouldn’t be possible that I’d get sick — “I wanted to visit Fukushima again and again and report. But…”

More indications that the effects from Fukushima may be far worse than officially acknowledged

Bear in photo has hair loss and oozing sores on the left side of its neck. Click to enlarge

Polar Bears Show Signs of Mysterious Illness

USGS issues announcement about polar bears with oozing sores, hair loss in Alaska — 3 of 4 captured yesterday affected — Similar symptoms as recent mystery seal deaths. Although Reuters reports no link to Fukushima we can’t help but wonder

It’s Not Over: Government Plans for the Worst: Forced Evacuation of Tokyo

It’s Not Over: Government Plans for the Worst: Forced Evacuation of Tokyo

This is what SHTF looks like. The government lies. The corporate cover ups. Downplaying of the severity of the crisis. And then… panic

Fukushima - What Really Happened

Fukushima – What Really Happened

Theoretically Fukushima shouldn’t have happened. But theory doesn’t account for sabotage by a computer virus. The Stuxnet virus explains why the generators failed and how the valves in the passive cooling systems got shut off

The Article Jeff Rense Doesn't Want You to Read

The Article Jeff Rense Doesn’t Want You to Read

Was the disaster at Fukushima the result of sabotage? We leave you to decide

14,000 U.S. Dead in 14 Weeks After Fukushima Meltdown

A peer-reviewed study estimates 14,000 deaths in the U.S. linked to radioactive fallout from the Fukushima nuclear disaster