Japans Kernenergie: Unbelehrbar

Freitag, 07. November 2014

Rückkehr drei Jahre nach Fukushima

Japan macht den Weg für Kernenergie frei

Unter dem Protest vieler Gegner gibt Japans Politik grünes Licht für eine Rückkehr zur Kernenergie. Trotz der Katastrophe von Fukushima gilt die Technik als notwendig, um die Versorgung des Inselstaats zu sichern. Die Anwohner der Kraftwerke freut die Entscheidung.

Japan kehrt drei Jahre nach der Reaktorkatastrophe von Fukushima wieder zur Nutzung von Atomenergie zurück. Ungeachtet großer Skepsis in der Bevölkerung gaben das Parlament und der Gouverneur der im Süden gelegenen Präfektur Kagoshima grünes Licht für das Hochfahren von vorerst zwei Reaktoren im Atomkraftwerk Sendai.




Japan: Taifun Vongfong on course to Fukushima?

yphoon on course for direct hit at Fukushima — Gov’t models show center of Vongfong over nuclear plant next week (MAPS)

Published: October 10th, 2014 at 3:28 am ET
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Japan Meteorological Agency track for Typhoon Vongfong as of 12:00p JST Oct. 10:

Taiwan’s Central Weather Bureau track for Typhoon Vongfong as of 9:00a JST Oct. 10:

China’s National Meteorological Center track for Typhoon Vongfong as of 1:00p JST Oct. 10 :

Hong Kong Weather Watch track for Typhoon Vongfong as of 11:54a JST Oct. 10:

See also: Monstrous’ supertyphoon on course for Japan — CNN: Could be a hypothetical



Japan braced for ‘powerful’ Typhoon Vongfong

Typhoon Vongfong over the Pacific ocean (8 Oct 2014)Vongfong is slated to make landfall on Okinawa late Saturday or early Sunday

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Japan is bracing for the arrival of a powerful typhoon, Vongfong, which officials have said will be the strongest storm to hit Japan this year.

The southern island of Okinawa is likely to bear the brunt of the storm when it makes landfall late Saturday or early Sunday.

Storm tracking website Tropical Storm Risk shows Vongfong losing power as it moves northeast to the rest of Japan.

It follows the path of Phanfone, which killed nine people earlier this week.

An official from Japan’s Meteorological Agency told Reuters news agency: “There is no question that (Vongfong) is an extremely large, extremely powerful typhoon.”


Japan: Bad news concerning Fukushima, Typhoon’s and earthquakes

The energy of the SuperMoon is kicking in:

More quakes hit Fukushima — Official: We ordered workers to evacuate areas after M6.8 hit by nuclear plant — Expert: Typhoon causing increased radioactive runoff into ocean? Storm passed over epicenter of quakes — Another typhoon developing in same area as Neoguri; Japan urged to monitor progress (VIDEO)

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Japan: Super-Typhoon “a once in a decade” storm

Japan on highest alert for ‘once in decades’ typhoon — New forecasts show direct hit at Fukushima plant — Official: “Extraordinary situation… Grave danger approaching” — Record-level winds to 170mph, waves near 50ft — Military: “Can’t stress enough how dangerous… not just another typhoon” — Astronaut: It “takes up our entire view… Wow” (PHOTOS)

Published: July 7th, 2014 at 11:10 pm ET

TIME, July 7, 2014: A “once in decades” storm is approaching Japan’s southern islands with winds up to 150 mph, the country’s weather agency said […] The Japan Meteorological Agency [predicted] the super typhoon will grow into an “extremely intense” storm by Tuesday. “In these regions, there is a chance of the kinds of storms, high seas, storm surges and heavy rains that you’ve never experienced before,” a JMA official said […] “This is an extraordinary situation, where a grave danger is approaching.”

Weather Channel, July 7, 2014 at 10:30p ET (emphasis added): […] sustained winds of 198 kilometers (123 miles) per hour and gusts up to 270 kph (168 mph), the Japan Meteorological Agency said [and] could be one of the strongest to hit Japan in decades, generating waves up to 14 meters (46 feet) high. “There is a risk of unprecedentedly strong winds and torrential rains” […] Agency official Satoshi Ebihara told reporters at a news conference. […] The storm’s slow movement could add to the potential damage […] leaders held an emergency meeting and urged local governments and residents to take maximum precautions.

Brigadier General James Hecker, July 6, 2014: “I can’t stress enough how dangerous this typhoon may be when it hits Okinawa […] This is not just another typhoon.”

Tweet from astronaut Reid Wiseman aboard the International Space Station: Typhoon Neoguri nearing Japan. Takes up our entire view. Wow.

AFP, July 7, 2014 at 7:00p ET: [Japan’s] weather agency issued its highest alert. The top-level warning means a threat to life, as well as the risk of massive damage […] for Okinawa’s main island, home to around 1.2 million […] “Record-level violent winds and high waves are posing a serious danger to the Miyako island region,” Satoshi Ebihara, the Japanese weather agency’s chief forecaster, told an evening news conference. […] massive gusts and torrential rains will possibly reach mainland Japan by Wednesday […] The storm could affect an area with a 500-kilometre radius.


Fukushima: One Hell on Earth

PRI’s The World, Mar. 11, 2014 — PBS Newshour science reporter Miles O’Brien: The overall impression I had was what an overwhelming – the magnitude of the mess is actually staggering. […] Each and every day 100,000 gallons of water becomes too toxic to allow to get into the sea. So Tepco is – it kind of reminds me of the cartoon Fantasia, the sorcerer’s apprentice – they’re building a tank there every other 250,000 gallon tank to capture this water and try to avoid it going into the Pacific. Unfortunately they’re not fully succeeding. […] There really is no easy solution to start cleaning up that mess, to start capturing that fuel. […] That is a task which is very difficult. No one has built a robot that can do that kind of work under that kind of circumstances. So we really don’t know how they’re going to clean it up at this point. >> Listen to the interview here

NBC’s Today Show
, Mar. 11, 2014 (at 5:30 in) — NBC: This story seems really important to you personally. Miles O’Brien: It is. It’s an ongoing crisis there. I think we all think it’s kind of over, but every day hundreds of thousands of gallons of water get contaminated at that site and they have to be tanked up, held there somehow — and some of it is leaking into the Pacific Ocean. The whole world needs to pay attention to this and help the Japanese as they try to clean that mess up.

Watch the Today Show interview here



Hell is nowhere else, than right here on earth! Nuclear Energy is Evil

The Horrible Truth About Fukushima — Helen Caldicott, MD
Published on Feb 9, 2014

Author and Pediatrician Helen Caldicott takes time out of her busy schedule to join me to discuss the unfolding events at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station in Japan. Fukushima was devastated by a massive earthquake on March 11, 2011 which led directly to a massive failure causing hydrogen explosions which blew the roof off of at least two of the reactor buildings. Tepco and the Japanese government have understated the radiation dangers and the dire reality of the situation from day one.

Helen says, at this point there is no “best case scenario” for Fukushima, just worsening degrees of horror because it’s scientifically impossible to clean up what has already occurred. And with thousands of spent fuel rods and thousands more active rods still in the fuel pools of the damaged reactor buildings, the worst case scenario – if another major earthquake hits the area – is an ecological nightmare of biblical proportions for everyone living in the Northern hemisphere.

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Pacific Fish – A thing of the past….

The heart-breaking news from Fukushima just keeps getting worse…a LOT worse…it is, quite simply, an out-of-control flow of death and destruction. TEPCO is finally admitting that radiation has been leaking to the Pacific Ocean all along. and it’s NOT over….

I find myself moving between the emotions of sorrow and anger.

It now appears that anywhere from 300 to possibly over 450 tons of contaminated water that contains radioactive iodone, cesium, and strontium-89 and 90, is flooding into the Pacific Ocean from the Fukushima Daichi site everyday. To give you an idea of how bad that actually is, Japanese experts estimate Fukushima’s fallout at 20-30 times as high as as the Hiroshima and Nagasaki nuclear bombings in 1945 There’s a lot you’re not being told. Oh, the information is out there, but you have to dig pretty deep to find it, and you won’t find it on the corporate-owned evening news.

Fukushima: At the Very Least, Your Days Of Eating Pacific Ocean Fish Are Over

I told so many people last year: Stop eating anything coming from the Pacific Ocean. They did not want to listen to me.

I told them, Fukushima is the most scarry hell, ever released on this planet.



Vor vielen Jahren habe ich einem befreundeten Amerikaner in einer Diskussion über Müll prophezeit: Der Tag wird kommen, an dem ihr (die USA) den ganzen Müll zurück bekommt den ihr gedankenlos und unverantwortlich in den Ozeanen entsorgt!

Der Tag ist nicht mehr fern.

So erfüllt sich Karma.


Müllinsel, so groß wie Texas