“Utilizing new technologies, we will freeze the 100-square miles surrounding the devastated plant, surgically remove it, towing it by barge to the Arctic where it will remain frozen, rendering it harmless. Comments regarding global warming will be addressed in a private conference at a later date.”
Tag: Japan Nuclear Disaster
Fukushima Meltdown: Flush the Radiated Mess into the Pacific
Almost two and a half years after the nuclear meltdowns at Fukushima, the head of Japan’s Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NRA) raised concern on August 5 about the continued flow of radioactive water from the plant going into the Pacific Ocean, telling Reuters, “Right now we have a state of emergency.” Hmm, yes, sounds about right.
Fukushima Radiation Hitting the Streets of LA and Beyond – Dr. Mark Sircus
Right after Chernobyl blew its top, Edward Teller said on the ABC Evening News in late April 1986, “The chances of a real calamity at a nuclear power station are infinitesimally small. But should it happen, the consequences are impossible to imagine.” Now after Japan’s Fukushima disaster, radiation continues to spread across the Pacific to North America with unimaginable consequences.
Dr. Cousens: Holistic Approach to Overcoming Radiation
Personal and collective action items to protect ourselves from the ongoing worldwide radiation pollution from Gabriel Cousens MD.
Impending Nuclear Storm: News Beyond Fukushima – 6 April 2011
Threats: Mounting stresses on the containment structures filled with radioactive cooling water made vulnerable to rupture; explosions from the release of hydrogen and oxygen from seawater, and fuel rods continuing to melt.
The 20 Percent Solution to Nuclear Power
The simple-sane solution: don’t create electricity by super heating plutonium. It’s deadly crazy. Instead, let the sun, wind, or ocean waves light your kitchen, bedroom, patio, hot-tub, playroom or office. Even your car.
Human Hubris Fuels Nuclear Catastrophe
Four of six Fukushima nuclear reactor sites are irradiating the earth. Fire burns out of control at Reactor No. 4’s pool of spent nuclear fuel, with six spent fuel pools at risk, all sites too hot to deal with.