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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Anne's research on Plutonium Emitted

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  1. *** INSANITY OF THE DAY ALERT ***

    Japanese experts recently found that singing is just as effective in radiation prevention as smiling and drinking beer.

    So let's sing radiation away once and for all !

    Please find below my charming new song NO FUEL TODAY which is dedicated to TODAY'S FOOLS who are still dreaming the nuclear dream which - I'm sorry to say - is more of a nightmare in terms of the real world we unfortunately live in most of the time [at least we still do as of now, ha ha].

    Take your copy of the lyrics, everyone ! I'm sure you all know the melody, it's a natural match, if only I was able to remember the name of that song, damned ! Total lapse of memory - must be an effect of the radiation... (of course there isn't any, right ?)

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    NO FUEL TODAY

    No fuel today, lost in a tragic way
    The vessel stands forlorn, a symbol of the dawn
    No fuel today, they state the plant's alright
    but anyone who's wise knows Tepco always lies

    Most of us know just what this message means
    The end of mankind (and other life, it seems)
    We knew for long that Fukushima scene
    Has ramifications never told on TV screen

    No fuel today, the pool has gone away
    As water levels fell, broke loose a fire hell

    But all that's left is a place dark and lonely
    A crippled plant in Japan's north-eastern part
    Radiation horrors don't stay local only
    So we've just seen the start

    No fuel today, it has been blast away
    It went right through the roof, check air nuclides for proof
    Where jet-stream blows, the faster all it goes
    The fall-out came at once, nobody had a chance

    Most of us know just what this message means
    But masses still ignore it (at least so it seems)
    I hope the fascists in the nuclear industry
    Are panicking in fear from the bad publicity

    No fuel today, it's molten down away
    Through steel and concrete base, no one knows where it stays

    But all that's left is a place dark and lonely
    A crippled plant in Japan's north-eastern part
    Radiation horrors don't stay local only
    So we've just seen the start

    Steam clouds today, the water's found a way
    From ocean to the well, but noone's gonna tell

    But all that's left is a place dark and lonely
    A crippled plant in Japan's north-eastern part
    Oh all that's left is a place dark and lonely
    A crippled plant in Japan's north-eastern part
    Oh all that's left is a place dark and lonely
    A crippled plant in Japan's north-eastern part

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    Delightful, isn't it ? I already feel sooo much better....

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    1. You must be from ENENEWS?

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    2. Actually, I'm not. I suppose you refer to 'Gasser' on enenews. He/she has published many good poems and modified lyrics, but that's not me. I have not commented on enenews so far, I'm not even a registered user.
      I've been following Fukushima since 311 and I read enenews several times a day, along with Fukushima Diary and your blog :-).
      Recently, I started leaving some on my ill-minded sarcastic comments here and there anonymously (the latter mostly because I'm a lazy guy and the need to register on any given website on this planet got on my nerve). In addition to above text, the bent fuel pool and flat screen parody go on my account, along with some others.
      Admittedly, it's time to finally register and join the party. It seems you could need some help beating the shit out of that jerk socref who is a nuke whore for sure, no doubt about it. He uses sophisticated language, but if you follow the discussions, it is more than obvious that he is an advocate for the dark side. My guts tell me he might not even have a clue of nuclear physics personally, but be assisted by a whole team of experts (sic !) helping him formulate his propaganda. Regarding the communication/psychology tactics, I found the 'Eliza 2.0'* comment very spot on, but I don't think today's software is capable of synthesizing answers of a complexity as we see with socref.
      I am sure we will soon see more of his kind intervening, even following the good cop/bad cop scheme, or acting like a merchandising commercial on TV ("Tell me, Wendy, did you know that scientific experiments have shown that Cesium can strengthen your muscles when absorbed at low rates?" - "No, John, I didn't know that, incredible. But indeed, I just found a website confirming it. Unbelievable, I was so blind all the time !" ...). Let's debunk those assholes and dispose of them in some fracking hole.
      I'm sorry, I'm late for an appointment and need to leave now, but you can expect to hear from me soon.

      Cheers, heads up,
      Christian (37) from Berlin

      *http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ELIZA

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    3. Yep join up, Troll Jousting is fun, sometimes too easy.

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