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July 21, 2013, 04:01 AM
Nuclear Energy- No Cause For Alarm-
Galt, the master of Spin doctoring and out of context quoting strikes again.

As usual, the article he quotes snippets from says a lot more than the brainwashed " Nukes are great" one eyed position he has.

It's always prudent to read an article Glat quotes from to understand what it really says which is usually the opposite of what he tries to make out.
September 02, 2013, 08:18 PM
Jon Heron
More good news out of Japan:
Radiation levels 18 times higher then previously thought and hundreds of ton's of radioactive water leaking into the sea...


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September 03, 2013, 08:32 AM
The devastation and effect on the planet will never be admitted to but will be huge. The amount of deaths from cancer will skyrocket in the next 20 years from radiation and particles that come from the worlds greatest Fkup and unprecedented disaster but while authorities will know the real cause it will never be admitted to.

It stuns me that the world is concerned about a few chemical weapons being used but ignores this disaster that absolutely and without question is well capable of altering and ending life on earth as we know it.

Greenies and environmentalists worry about CO2 and plastic bottles in the ocean while the amount of radiation Fukushima is leaking will spread and contaminate every ocean in a few years and there will be no escape from it. Some morons however will still argue how safe and clean nuke power is and claim how few people have died when there was a deliberate effort not to count them in the first place. With idiots like this on the earth, it's no wonder corporations can get away with killing the planet like this.

If another Tsunami hits that place, as is inevitable and more likely as each day passes, the problems they have now are going to look like a mosquito bite on a buffalo's butt. They aren't doing a thing to fix the problem, they are just putting bandaids on something that needs major surgery.

How this situation isn't a world priority atm just goes to show how corrupt and money hungry the whole planet has become.
September 03, 2013, 04:01 PM
Ryan P.
Japan's New Nuclear Leak Plan

Apparently the plan is: freeze radiation in place?
September 03, 2013, 11:56 PM
Most "greenies" are keen to get off fossil fuels AND nuke; and GMO's, geopolitical BS, corruptocracy etc//
September 06, 2013, 04:34 PM
john galt
This contaminates more ocean food than the leaks at Fukushima
a new study published in Nature Geoscience links power plants in China and India to the ever-increasing mercury levels of fish in the Pacific Ocean.

October 26, 2013, 01:31 AM
Fukushima could be the biggest health threat the North Pacific has ever seen:
October 26, 2013, 02:34 AM
john galt

Fukuppy: Fukushima Mascot Is A Branding Disaster

October 28, 2013, 09:19 AM

And this has what to do with the the greatest industrial disaster the world has known that you want to stick your head in your nether regions and try to downplay it with ridiculous mis quotes?
October 30, 2013, 09:14 AM
I think one should pronounce FUKUPPY as 2 separate words, the firs 3 letters being the first word. Jim.
October 30, 2013, 01:54 PM
john galt
Yes, that's the irony, obviously lost in translation

November 04, 2013, 09:46 PM
****uppy indeed!

Occupy Calgary
1 hour ago
"Fukushima is the most terrifying situation I can imagine," he said.

"Three out of the four plants were destroyed in the earthquake and in the tsunami. The fourth one has been so badly damaged that the fear is, if there's another earthquake of a seven or above that, that building will go and then all hell breaks loose.

"And the probability of a seven or above earthquake in the next three years is over 95 per cent."

Suzuki said that an international team of experts needs to go into the Fukushima plant and help fix the problem, but said the Japanese government has "too much pride to admit that."

"I have seen a paper which says that if in fact the fourth plant goes under in an earthquake and those rods are exposed, it's bye bye Japan and everybody on the west coast of North America should evacuate," he said.

"If that isn't terrifying, I don't know what is."

Suzuki's warning came as radiation from the Fukushima plant has been detected in northern Alaska and along the west coast, CBC News reported.

Radiation in Alaskan waters could reach Cold War levels, said Douglas Dasher, a researcher at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, although John Kelley, a professor emeritus at the same university, doesn't seem as certain that it will reach dangerous levels for humans.

"The data they will need is not only past data but current data, and if no one is sampling anything then we won't really know it, will we," he told the network.
Suzuki's Dire West Coast Warning
David Suzuki has a scary warning about Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant, saying that if it falls in a future earthquake, it's "bye bye Japan" and the entire west coast of North America should be evacuated. The "Nature of Things" host made the comments in a talk posted to YouTube after he joined Dr. D...
January 21, 2014, 01:48 AM
john galt
Is it safe to eat the sushi? Answers to your questions about Fukushima radiation
By Dan Fumano, The Province January 20, 2014
The Bottom Line: Measurable amounts of isotopes from Fukushima have travelled across the Pacific. But you will receive a more substantial dose of radiation during a an airplane flight — from normal cosmic radiation — than swimming off the coast of Tofino.

January 29, 2014, 09:38 AM
Jon Heron
Suzuki's Dire West Coast Warning
David Suzuki has a scary warning about Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant, saying that if it falls in a future earthquake, it's "bye bye Japan" and the entire west coast of North America should be evacuated. The "Nature of Things" host made the comments in a talk posted to YouTube after he joined Dr. D...

Suzuki is a moron and a hypocrite, anything coming out of his mouth should be heard with a very skeptical ear...
As for the suggestion that Japan would be destroyed and the West Coast would require evacuation, UBC nuclear and particle physicist David Measday told Vice: “I'm sorry, but that is ridiculous. It's totally impossible! I can't believe he would say that. When he's in his own field, he's usually reasonable. But this is just crazy.”

In his own field... lol and what would that be...Perhaps promoting CFL light bulbs...


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June 30, 2014, 06:08 PM
john galt
State: FDA study finds Alaska fish safe from Fukushima radiation


alex@alaskadispatch.comJune 27, 2014

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has found that Alaska seafood is safe from Fukushima radiation, but a citizen's group plans to conduct a separate study of the water in lower Cook Inlet using a crowdsource funding site.

"The (FDA) results confirm information from federal, state and international agencies that seafood in the North Pacific and Alaska waters poses no radiation related health concerns to those who consume it," said a statement released by state health and environmental officials.

The FDA review was based on a sampling plan developed by the departments of Environmental Conservation and Health and Social Services, the agencies said. Analyzed were several Alaska fish species harvested by commercial, sport and subsistence fishermen that migrate from the western Pacific Ocean.

"The testing found no detections of the Fukushima-related radioisotopes Iodine-131, Cesium-134, or Cesium-137," the statement said. "There was some detection of background or naturally-occurring radiation. The results indicate no appreciable risk from any tested radionuclide in these fish."

Cook Inletkeeper said Friday it would raise money to test waters in Kachemak Bay at

People remain worried that radiation has spread to Alaska from the 2011 nuclear disaster in Japan, said Bob Shavelson, executive director of Cook Inletkeeper.

"We've been getting a lot of calls concerned about issue and there was a lot of misinformation floating around the Internet and no one was testing water to compare it to a baseline condition," he said.

The conservation department has posted information about the tests at its website .

Reach Alex DeMarban at

August 21, 2014, 01:50 AM
Originally posted by Ronny:

I sometimes wonder whether you actually read all the article that you link to.

jg is often like a nebelwerfer~ spewing random crap to build a smoke screen//
August 28, 2014, 12:59 AM
john galt
What if you took a swim in a typical spent nuclear fuel pool? Would you need to dive to actually experience a fatal amount of radiation? How long could you stay safely at the surface?

October 26, 2014, 11:32 PM
You go swim, Mike Peltier~

Radiation levels have surged at Fukushima plant — 100,000% of previous record high — TV: “Officials say they don’t know the cause… Typhoon may be to blame” (VIDEO)
October 27, 2014, 09:19 AM
The motivations and intelligence of anyone that wants to defend the accident at Fukishima is totally beyond me. Only those with financial interest or their heads wedged firmly up their arses could even begin to do so.

It would take a level of stupidity or self interest to even think to defend the greatest disaster in the history of man which still poses the greatest threat to life as wel know it.

One more sunami and there will be no hope of covering up the damage this is going to do to the planet forever.
November 12, 2014, 11:20 PM
john galt
Traces of Fukushima Radiation Detected Off California Coast
by Becky Oskin, Senior Writer | November 11, 2014

Extremely low levels of radioactive cesium from Japan's 2011 Fukushima nuclear meltdown are present in ocean water offshore Northern California, researchers announced Monday (Nov. 10).

In seawater collected about 100 miles (161 kilometers) offshore of Eureka, the amount of cesium-134 was 2 Becquerels per cubic meter of water (a unit of measure based on the number of radioactive decay events per second per 260 gallons of water). That's about 1,000 times lower than the drinking water limit set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

This level of radioactivity does not represent a health hazard for people who want to fish or swim in the area, said Ken Buesseler, a marine chemist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts, who helped analyze the seawater. Buesseler is leading a crowdfunded citizen science program to track cesium levels from the meltdown by collecting water samples along the U.S. and Canadian West Coast.

A swimmer who spent 6 hours every day for a year in water with 10 Becquerels per cubic meter of cesium-134 would still receive 1,000 times less radiation than the dose from a single dental X-ray, Buesseler said.