Uranium-filled nanospheres from Fukushima

articles to reference on uranium-filled nanospheres from Fukushima:

A Radioactive Nightmare Ventura County Reporter, June 6, 2012, by Michael Collins Radioactive buckyballs from Fukushima invade California beaches Natural News, June 17, 2012, by J.D. Heyes

Dead Sardine Reports in Japan – Dead Zones or Radiation?

Tons of dead sardines wash up on Chiba shore – Japan Times June 6, 2012

The Sardine Apocalypse – Dail Mail June 7, 2012

A similiar event took place in California on March 8, 2011 before the earthquake and tsunami in Japan – puzzling indeed. Something killed these fish, but I’m not drawing any [...]

Fukushima No. 4 spent fuel pool gets Steel Plate Cover

Fukushima No. 4 spent fuel pool gets steel plate cover: TEPCO – Kyodo News June 15, 2012

Fukushima No. 4 spent fuel pool gets steel plate cover: TEPCO – Mainichi June 16, 2012

more insights on No. 4 spent fuel pool- Enformable Nuclear News April 12, 2012

pertaining to:

TEPCO topic dated March 30

thickness [...]

Radioactive finding in Japan dubbed “Black Soil”

Ongoing analysis of the environment in Japan has revealed an alarming phenomena that is being called black soil. This unexpected finding is being identify throughout Japan rather than within a closer radius to the damaged Fukushima nuclear facility, which is located on the east coast of central Japan. These patches of highly radioactive soil have [...]

Holophi Special Report: Fukushima Spent Fuel Pool 4 Potential Failure Impacts

Holophi is a Swiss company providing analysis to companies with a valuable systemic perspective, helping companies see their interconnected relationship with other systems and operations, so that they can adapt and run more efficiently. It’s really a study based on organic systems we see around us in nature, which provides us with the best examples [...]

Eco-Model City Kitakyushu and Japan’s Disposal of Radioactive Tsunami Debris

source: Asia-Pacific Journal Feature, “Eco-Model City Kitakyushu and Japan’s Disposal of Radioactive Tsunami Debris,”The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol 10, Issue 24, No 6, June 11, 2012.

Kitakyushu is home to just under one million residents, making it the 11th most populous city in Japan. It is roughly equidistant to Shanghai and Tokyo, and actually closer to [...]

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