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Friday, 25 April 2014

Fukushima Didn’t Just Suffer Three Meltdowns …Core … Scattered All Over Japan as 'Black Substance'


The 'mysterious black substance' found early after the initial explosions around sewers, water points, roads, roof and indeed children's play grounds has been proven to be highly radioactive fuel from 'inside' the containment vessels.

This substance has been document as far afield as the Capital Tokyo.

Ths revelation dispels any further myth as to what this 'mysterious' substance was, and indeed, points another finger at the mismanagment, lies and coverups both of Tepco and the Japanese Government, who must have know very well what this 'substance' was, and failed yet again to act in the best interest of it's citizen's safety.

So, to be techincally correct, it could very well have been a death sentance (albeit belatedly), for anyone who neared or touched it. Microscopic aqnd atomic Plutonium, among hundred of other readioactive elements left to circulate the environment.

Yet, this is the same Government who recently Claimed victory by slaughtering over 1000 irradiated cattle inside the 20 km Exclussion zone in their national papers, yest moved people 'home within the 20 km safety zone, and pledged safety for the 2020 Olympics.

International dilemna indeed.


It Also Suffered "Melt-Throughs" and "Melt-outs"

We reported in May 2011 that authorities knew – within days or weeks -  that all 3 active Fukushima nuclear reactors had melted down, but covered up that fact for months.
The next month, we reported that Fukushima’s reactors had actually suffered something much worse: nuclear melt-throughs, where the nuclear fuel melted through the containment vessels and into the ground.  At the time, this was described as:
The worst possibility in a nuclear accident.
But now, it turns out that some of the Fukushima reactors have suffered even a more extreme type of damage: melt-OUTS.
By way of background, we’ve noted periodically that scientists have no idea where the cores of the nuclear reactors are.
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