Apr 252012
 

Sometimes a situation is so horrific that one really doesn’t know what to do about it. This is the case of the nuclear disaster at Fukushima, Japan where the entire Northern Hemisphere faces a catastrophe. It’s one of those situations that makes you feel quite helpless to prepare.

If you get your news from MSM, Fukushima may not be on your radar. But the alternative presses and bloggers have continued to hammer away at the story. Now, however, a US Senator, Ron Wyden of Oregon, has visited the site and is appalled by what he saw and is making some noise about the situation. You can read a series of letters he wrote as a result of his trip:

To the Japanese ambassador to the US

To Secretary of Energy Chu

To Secretary of State Clinton

To Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chair Jaczko

We’ve all been getting radiated since the nuclear facility was damaged in the tsunami. But the situation is getting worse. Dr. Sircus describes the scenario in graphic terms here.

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  2 Responses to “Fukushima”

  1. A friend of mine says a lot of joggers in Seattle have moved indoors to run because of the radiation exposure there.

    On the other hand, maybe this will just gradually raise our vibration. Some think we are becoming “beings of light”. I just never interpreted that as glowing radioactively… Hmm.

  2. The “clean up” of this tragedy will most likely never be cleaned up. Just look at Hanford. A great problem with a lot of power utilities is that the real cost of fixing damage caused by them is not factored into your utility bill. We still pay for it. Just with our taxes and government spending. If it were factored into your utility bill every month more people would be opting for solar or wind on and off their own property.

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