The exclusion zone around the Fukushima nuclear power station has an end-of-the-world feeling about it. The villages are now desolate ghost towns. Our reporters went into the heart of this post-apocalyptic danger zone.
It took a while before we dared venture into the “red zone”, the 20 km area surrounding the Fukushima nuclear plant. It’s the most famous and terrifying no-go area since Chernobyl. We very gradually…
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The universe hates you. Let's get that out of the way right now. The universe loathes your guts and is infuriated by the way you dress, and the stupid way you talk sends it into a murderous rage. It's just one bad morning and an empty away from driving to your house and shanking you in the neck. With a…Continue
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There are thousands and thousands of dead fish on the and line the banks…
NaturalNews) Censorship of the truth about what is really going on at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility has been taken to a whole new level of corruption. According to a recent report from the Shingetsu News Agency, the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication (MIAC), in…Continue
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Japan nuclear emergency at Fukushima to continue for six to nine months:
New data released by the EPA show three of the five highest readings for radioactive iodine in the U.S. are in the Philadelphia drinking water supply.
A blogger on Forbes first spotted the data on Sunday in a database of water tests posted on the EPA Web site.
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Alarming New Fukushima Reports - by Stephen Lendman
Five weeks after Japan's disaster, reports suggest worse, not improved conditions. It portends serious regional and global trouble ahead, besides what's already happened.
On April 16, AP headlined, "Radioactivity Rises in Sea Off Japan Nuclear Plant," saying:
"Levels of radioactivity have risen sharply in seawater near (Fukushima), signaling the possibility of new leaks at the facility, the government said…Continue
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A large number of dead whales have been found around Greenland and authorities are scratching their heads as to why. Now it has come to light that such a spate of sudden deaths may not be unprecedented.
KNR reported at the end of March that hunters from Attu had found…Continue
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Centralized government identity program dismissed as being too draconian for Communist China gets go ahead in United States
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, April 18, 2011
A new program being touted by the Obama administration as a solution to online identity theft actually increases the risk of identity theft while providing the government with a national ID system through the backdoor, paving the…Continue
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The FDA has claimed that there is no need to test Pacific fish for Japan nuclear radiation reports the Anchorage Daily News but when drilled on details by the reporter, the FDA refused to answer questions and gave the reporter the run around.
The FDA says there will be no testing of fish until NOAA testing finds cause for alarm but NOAA refuses to answer questions on what kind of monitoring has been done.
JAPAN MELTDOWN: Ocean too huge, distance too far for…
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