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Posted in: Japan falls silent for tsunami victims See in context

Through this tragedy, we are united and pray for courage ,hope and perseverance .May God Bless Japan and her beautiful people!!

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Posted in: TEPCO must get fishermen's OK before dumping radioactive water into sea: Edano See in context

Oh Great, more radioactive water coming our way! Along with the tsunami debris and radioactive waste, the pacific ocean has seen better days! People here in Hawaii are going to see the impact of this disaster for decades!

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Posted in: 1 dead, 2 missing, over 1 million urged to evacuate as typhoon nears See in context

I was born in Nagoya and when I was 2 years old, Ise-wan typhoon devastated Nagoya. The entire roof of our home blew away but luckily, we were in the basement of the house next door. Please be careful and I will be keeping Japan and her people in my prayers!!

On September 26, 1959, the Ise-wan Typhoon (Typhoon Vera) devastated the Ise Bay area. Rising tidal levels and pounding surf collapsed banks and inundated low lying areas of the coast. 5,041 people were killed or missing, 38,921 were injured, and 149,187 houses were totally or partially destroyed. Estimates place the cost of the damage between 500 and 600 billion yen. The damage and loss of life caused by the Ise-wan Typhoon remains the worst recorded by a typhoon in Japan

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Posted in: Radioactive decontamination task force launched in Fukushima See in context

You may want to check out the following short video reporting the details of this situation. As just a reminder, Zeolite one of the few negatively charged minerals in nature, has proven to attract radiation within its porous molecular cage, and remove it from our bodies within hours. I AM happy to provide information to anyone who wishes to learn more on this method of reducing our exposure to radiation, as well as heavy metals, chemicals and volatile organic compounds.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baya8-agPs4&feature=share www.myncd.com/940959

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Posted in: Radioactive decontamination task force launched in Fukushima See in context

Isn't it interesting that none of this is appearing in our news. According to a medical doctor reporting to the Japanese Parliament, the leakage exposure is now 30 times more than the Hiroshima bomb. The core is cracking, creating heavy steam as the radiation reaches the ground water. The radiation is now beyond our capability to measure. It is over one million millorams an hour. The safe dosage reported by the Japanese government is 100 millorams annually. Protect yourselves!I suggest taking zeolites www.myncd.com/940959.

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