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Sunday, October 19, 2014

Making of Fukushima Archives--Coriums in the River Bed

Or-well found this video of the making of Fukushima.    It really shows the massive extent that they went to make the situation as bad as could be.

They removed a mountain in order to have the plant at a low height above the ocean.

They covered up a river bed and now they can't control the ground water, imagine that.

They were counseled by the USA economic hit men.

Here is the source video


http://findvid.net/watch/sm14139011

And here is a Youtube video made using my comments on the pictures below.    

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cCAQzX9OV_0


Check it out and drop a comment!

Old River Bed
Look at all the nice "Economic Hit Men" with short hair and ties, you can trust them Hey lets make a model of some waves, that will make the plant safe! Blasting the mountain to kingdom come

 



















For those who want to dig deeper so to speak, here is a great technical article


 



10 comments:

  1. Why hasn't General Electric been held accountable for this tragedy. It appears cost cutting and incompetence were responsible.

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    1. GE is the eonomic hitman. they also own 650 news media outlets. Imagine that.

      Now they are a powerhouse in cancer treatments, how evil is that?

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  2. "We've covered every detail to ensure that no environmental factor could lead to reactor failure. Nothing could possibly go wrong here. Did anyone run those Tsunami numbers? Who was assigned to run those numbers? Well what happened to them? Your dog ate them? Crap! Well, boys, we're done here. It's Saki time!"
    If only we to could back the clock of time, but "You don't get a sneak preview of the things you are going to go through, so you have to rely on your body and mind to see through a life of shame." ~ Chris Youlden

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    1. ya, if you watch the whole video (link is above) the first half of the documentary is all about testing stuff....stuff that didn't matter a hill of beans.

      All they had to do was get GE to seelct some high head pumps, but NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, they elected to drop the plant to sea level rather than get high head pumps.

      WOW

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  3. construction industry mafia

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  4. We are done with our project at ENEnews. It was revealing and fun. BTW this message is being sent from our public library across from the high school where we have been engaged in a civics project to engage hard core antinuclear activists.

    The one thing antinukes claim is empathy. Well I scored very high on this test. I challenge you to do better. You might learn something about yourself and those in your cause. I do not believe they have tolerance for opposing views.

    http://greatergood.berkeley.edu/quizzes/take_quiz/14

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    1. OH ya, that is real funny, esp. because I logged your IP at Oak Ridge, Tennessee. I will leave your comment up.

      No one will believe your original story, but pray tell, please post up a copy of your report, use BOX to post files

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  5. Are these facts true...

    GEH USA and GEH Canada are two seperate identities and neither can operate on the other sides of the borders in case of a nuclear disaster. So that they hedge their continuation as a global citizen of terror?

    and

    Did GE declare to the Japanese client that problems with the Mark 1 rector cooling system was evident, prior to purchase?

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  6. The plant's foundations sit on argillite. During lowering of the hill by blasting partly, what did that do to the foundation layer of argillite? I'm guessing it caused cracks, and the movement caused by the earthquake probably caused a lot more cracks.
    plowboy

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    1. I added your link into the article near bottom

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