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Japan Better Off On Horse Manure Than Nuclear

Posted by feww on October 10, 2013

Radiation levels near Fukushima hit 2-year high

Radiation levels in seawater just outside one of Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear reactors was 13 times the previous day’s reading, said the operator, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) on Thursday.

The combined level of radioactivity from Cesium-134 and Cesium-137 just outside the damaged No. 2 reactor surged to 1,200 becquerels per liter on Wednesday, the highest level reported since late 2011.

Regulatory limits for Cesium, which emits powerful and potentially fatal gamma radiation, is a maximum of 90 bq/l for Cesium-137 and 60 bq/l for Cesium-134.

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Two workers in protective gears presumably discussing leaking tanks at the nuked Fukushima power plant. Image hand out by TEPCO. Original image removed by Editor. [Google is not listing most of the images posted on FIRE-EARTH, or delay listing them for several days until they’ve lost their immediate relevance. Editor]

Adding insult and injury to tragedy and disaster, six workers were exposed to highly radioactive water on Wednesday.

Japanese politicians, scientists and technicians are evidently unable [too incompetent] to deal with this ever-worsening disaster.

Japan would have been better off sticking to horse manure for its energy needs, instead of going nuclear.

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4 Responses to “Japan Better Off On Horse Manure Than Nuclear”

  1. Dublinsmick said

    Thanks
    Something is going on, the stats dropped 2500 a day for some reason overnight. I know you can look for old items or posts under the exact name and get dozens of sites which have nothing to do with anything before you find what you are looking for.

    • Skip said

      “Something is going on, the stats dropped 2500 a day for some reason overnight.”

      The formula works something like this:
      Personal blogs + Commercial blogs = Fixed number of daily clicks

      The more recent commercial blog like “Greek Post,” “Daily Fiend’ and so on, have large amounts of Silicon Valley cash invested in them.
      To stay in business and make profit for shareholders, someone(s) has to pay the price by losing traffic on their personal blogs.

  2. Dublinsmick said

    192.168.200.27:15871/cgi-bin/blockOptions.cgi?ws-session=-2130705691

    10.10.4.34:15871/cgi-bin/blockOptions.cgi?ws-session=3355536914

    Found these codes in the stat section on word press. One of my routers does not work now and I think the stats are obscured. Do you have any idea what a bin block option is?

    • feww said

      It looks like some kind of referral, possibly spam, firewall or proxy??
      The URLs 192.168.200.27 and 10.10.4.34 are reserved by IANA for special use — they are not unique and are used throughout millions of systems.
      ANY potential abuse of your website by google and its govt subsidiaries is usually done without leaving a trace. You’ll just notice a drop in the blog traffic.

      As for the coke-heads at you know where leaving a footprint while redirecting your blog traffic, burying posts and links on your blog, blocking search queries, or doing other dirty tricks, that’s an entirely different story.

      Commercial news-n-views websites cannot survive without receiving much of their traffic from private blogs, which is redirected via different means by Google and its more than willing partners.

      Check any news item on google search and see which websites are always among the top ten search returns- then ask yourself WHY?

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