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Posted in: Exiled Thai critic attacked with chemicals in Japan See in context

Thailand is not the only country. In the US under the Obama Administration Psy Ops was deployed onto ordinary citizens. Pres. Trump has done nothing to correct this error of judgement and violation of civil rights. Firing Dan Coates will never be enough to pay reparation for the damage Psy Ops has done to the ordinary citizen trying to right a perceived wrong.

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Posted in: M6.2 quake hits off Fukushima; no tsunami warning issued See in context

No New Damage reported by TEPCO. So the highly radioactive exhaust stack did not tumble to the ground.

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Posted in: Japan rout Tonga 41-7 to continue impressive World Cup build-up See in context

Tonga may have Better Luck against Canada

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Posted in: Fiji roll over Canada to get back on track See in context

Awesome GO Fiji

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Posted in: Exiled Thai critic attacked with chemicals in Japan See in context

It is a shame that freedom of thought and speech are not universal. Even in a free society like Japan and the US this abuse of power can happen. An individual has the personal responsibility to stand up for what is right and they should not be persecuted by the Government for doing so.

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Posted in: TEPCO starts dismantling exhaust stack at crippled Fukushima plant See in context

Article: Report From Japanese Nuclear Industry Insiders: Business is Booming

Excerpt: A lingering topic of the Fukushima incident has been how to go forward. Should nuclear plants in Japan be improved or discontinued. What have been revealed to reporter Hirotoshi Ito by industry insiders are the massive business deals being prepared behind this important social issue.

https://soranews24.com/2012/02/10/report-from-japanese-nuclear-industry-insiders-business-is-booming/

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Posted in: TEPCO starts dismantling exhaust stack at crippled Fukushima plant See in context

JAEA and TEPCO have thrown vast sums of money to their connections in 5 engineering firms. To pay for ad hoc schemes that were just meant to generate the firms wealth. For the past 8 years this criminal conduct has been going on. Endangering scores of workers and citizens in Japan. It is criminal incompetence.

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Posted in: TEPCO starts dismantling exhaust stack at crippled Fukushima plant See in context

I am pretty sure rivers can and have been diverted in other locations all over the world. Advanced techology was to be engaged in solving the crisis of Fukushima Daiichi which is not similar to Chernobyl whose reactor containment blew outward. Fukushima Daiichi could have been entombed with the right research and funding being used for the endeavor.

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Posted in: TEPCO starts dismantling exhaust stack at crippled Fukushima plant See in context

If the nuclear arm of the Government of Japan had used scientific advancements to keep the SPF of all 7 nuclear reactors and the corium of 1-3 cool during and after entombing Fukushima Daiichi it would have been a great achievement. But instead we have go nowhere schemes, recycle, reuse cleanup projects that are a danger to everyone involved. If cement were poured on top of the whole NPP the exhaust stack would not be a danger. It is regrettable JAEA has made the choices that they have made.

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Posted in: Pompeo rips into China; urges ASEAN to trust in U.S. See in context

Pompeo is full of hot air, China has been aiding countries all over the world long before the belt and road was devised.

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Posted in: Fukushima residents look for Olympic PR boost See in context

All the current Nuclear radiation exposure map links of Japan that I could find.

https://safecast.org/tilemap/

https://jciv.iidj.net/map/

Pacific Ocean Map

http://ourradioactiveocean.org/results

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Posted in: Fukushima residents look for Olympic PR boost See in context

@Samit Basu the players need to bring their own oxygen too, But that is not practical. No, the Government wants a pat on the back for the job they did for Fukushima.

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Posted in: Fukushima residents look for Olympic PR boost See in context

No matter how Japan Government slice it, the elephant in the room is Fukushima Daiichi NPP. It should have been entombed by the Government of Japan if they wanted good press or a positive public attitude toward Fukushima. The Government of Japan holds all the cards and they are ultimately to blame for Public Sentiment.

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Posted in: Leaving Japan: What you need to do See in context

Really informative. Good Job...

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Posted in: Huawei unit cuts more than 600 jobs following U.S. sanctions See in context

China May have the technology to save man from its current crisis. The Mini Sun Created in China has 8 to 10 times more output power. Huawei needs to start selling this. I even believe if it were placed in the Arctic may it could restore the Magnetic North Pole to its original location.

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Posted in: TEPCO to scrap 4 more reactors in Fukushima See in context

Nuclear Radiation is highly Magnetic, The Magnetic North Pole has been feeding off the kinetic energy of the radioactive water that has been spilled / leaked into the pacific ocean by the Fukushima Daichi clean up. The initial result of just a few first years is Artic ice caps melting from unseasonably warm wheather and the increased speed of both North and South Poles which are now traveling/spinning at 67,000 miles per hour, up from 55,000 miles per hour.

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Posted in: TEPCO to scrap 4 more reactors in Fukushima See in context

TEPCO should entomb nuclear reactors 1-3. Then spread billons of volcanic clay filled sandbags into the ocean and theradioactive water tanks to absorb the radiation. Maybe this will stop the progress of the Magnetic North Pole.

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Posted in: International Atomic Energy Agency chief Amano dies at 72 See in context

I meant the article does not state who had been chosen to be acting chief.

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Posted in: International Atomic Energy Agency chief Amano dies at 72 See in context

RIP, The article not state who was selected to be acting chief during Amanos' illness. Only possible successors are bandied about. His work on the ongoing Fukushima Daiichi triple nuclear meltdown incident has not been mentioned. I remember a J Gov rep stating the use of science over entombment for the crippled Fukushima Daiichi NPP.

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Posted in: Putin: Russians, Ukrainians are 'one people' See in context

@riperez HAHA very funny... But its no joke, Pres Putin has warfare experts wondering about what he is planning past his plans for Ukraine. Thankfully other countries are stepping up and helping Ukraine arm themselves properly for conflict with Russia. But they still do not compare to what Russia has at the Ukraine border.

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Posted in: Putin: Russians, Ukrainians are 'one people' See in context

Why does Pres Putin have enough armaments at Ukraines border to takeover all of Western Europe.

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Posted in: Putin: Russians, Ukrainians are 'one people' See in context

Dear President Putin, Ukraine troops defending their border tell a different story on twitter. They see Ukraine as the frontline with Russian troops testing Ukraines border every night for weakness.

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Posted in: TEPCO to decommission Fukushima Daini nuclear plant See in context

TEPCO, should empty SPF pools 1 thru 7 at the Fukushima Daiichi NPP.

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Posted in: Anime studio hit by deadly fire is known for skill, fan base See in context

I wish there was a good security unit on the premises to keep crazy people out of the building. RIP

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Posted in: High court nixes call to halt nuclear reactors in southwestern Japan See in context

-1? I guess I should have just said Run....

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Posted in: High court nixes call to halt nuclear reactors in southwestern Japan See in context

https://www.euronews.com/2019/02/05/north-magnetic-pole-fast-moving-towards-siberia-forcing-navigation-fix

Nuclear Reactors in perfect working order still emit some level of electromagnetic radiation. But nothing like the magnitude or scale of a nuclear meltdown of a nuclear reactor.

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Posted in: High court nixes call to halt nuclear reactors in southwestern Japan See in context

Every Nuclear Scientist knows that Nuclear Radiation is Highly Magnetic. A nuclear meltdown unleashes this magnetism outward while being tethered to its source. The movement of the Magnetic North Pole towards Japan is because of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Triple Meltdowns Not being Entombed.

https://thebulletin.org/2017/04/fusion-reactors-not-what-theyre-cracked-up-to-be/

When a nuclear reactor is in good working order:

Excerpt: Magnetic confinement fusion plasmas require injection of significant power in atomic beams or electromagnetic energy to stabilize the fusion burn, while additional power is consumed by magnetic coils helping to control location and stability of the reacting plasma.

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Posted in: Big squeeze See in context

Naomi girl you crazy, I would have fainted...

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Posted in: S Korea seeks U.S. military drill delay until after Winter Olympics See in context

I was just on twitter and learned North Korea testing anthrax tipped ICBM missiles at twitter.com/Stratsentinel page.

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Posted in: Demand for nuclear shelters up in Japan amid N Korean threat See in context

Talk about scaremonger. Most construction material have already been tested for nuclear radiation blocking capability. Just look it up online. The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant explosions were the eqivalent to many nuclear bombs and contaminated massive areas with fallout. The only safe place is away from nuclear.

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