Fukushima: Our Planet is Doomed

Discussion in 'End Times & Conspiracies' started by nivek, Oct 27, 2018.

  1. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    There is so much cover up going on I think, so we really have no idea the extent of damage to our planet, but it's bad...



     
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  2. nivek

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  3. Standingstones

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    The Japanese government has been covering this up since day one. They don’t want to spoil their plans for the 2020 Olympics. As a matter of fact, certain events are to take place just miles from Fukushima. You only have to read the reports of dead sea life floating up in the Pacific coast shores to know something evil has taken place. We all will be paying a heavy price in the future.
     
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  4. AD1184

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    Fukushima isn't going to doom the planet. Saying "x amount of radioactive water has leaked out of the plant into the ocean" is not useful. You must specify the types of radionuclides contained in that water and their concentrations in order to gain an understanding of the potential for damage. Anti-nuclear groups reporting on leakages leave these figures out, because the picture would not be so terrifying if they did mention them.

    The most damage Fukushima caused, and will cause, is the raised mortality rate amongst the displaced people due to the Japanese government's overzealous evacuation protocols following the accident. Many who are now dead would be alive, or would have lived longer, if the government had a more limited evacuation policy.

    The great tragedy of Fukushima is that it completely eclipsed the broader devastation cause by the tsunami--and the suffering of its victims--in the global imagination because of the media frenzy surrounding the Fukushima Daichi nuclear plant.
     
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  5. nivek

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    People can recover quicker and safer from a tsunami than radiation that does not go away...Do you think radioactive cores in the ground is not as serious a matter than a tsunami?...Did I miss your point?...

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    I don't think you missed my point. The Fukushima plant meltdown hasn't killed anyone directly, but the tsunami which led to the problem killed around 18,000 people.
     
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    That we know of but we know the meltdown is being covered up extensively...The tsunami was a catastrophe and the loss of life great, future generations will be still dealing with the meltdown though and the damage to the earth is unknown at this time...

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  8. Shadowprophet

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    I dunno, I had some sort of similar thing happen to me on twitter. according to some nameless guy who claimed to be in an actual submarine studying the Fukushima fallout, " Yeah I know it sounds totally sketch" But the guy claimed the radiation only had a 30-year half-life and after that point it would be like it never happened, And while it sounds unbelievable for some reason, even though we all remember that the waste spilled right into the ocean, This man claimed that there is virtually no trace of the radiation in the waters near Fukushima. honestly, the guy was ready to argue these points with me, While I tend to think there is no way the radiation could be that weak by this point.

    I'm forced to admit, radiation itself would be drawn to the atmosphere rather than the ocean.

    Maybe it's some kind of cover-up based upon how much seafood we get from the oceans surrounding Japan.

    Honestly, though, Most people I have spoken to, who claim to actually be legit marine biologists claim the problem just isn't as severe as people fear it to be, I'm up in the air about it. But, You would be hard pressed to find any data showing that the radioactivity is at dangerous levels anywhere in Fukushima other than ground zero.


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    If you guys want I can dig up those old posts from this marine biologist. But, his story is no different than the thousands of others we have heard.

    Personally, It just seems like the radioactivity would be dangerous. But they claim it's really not.

    Overall the bottom line I get from all of this is, The Fukushima thing is being monitored by scientists worldwide. So there is at least the comfort of knowing the situation is being intensely monitored.
     
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