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Japanese body parts in your backyard

27 Mar

Yes, Japan is still on the world map. The country didn’t have a nuclear explosion yet and no, we will not find Japanese body parts in our backyard. By the time we do, it’s the end of the world as we know it. A lot of us donated to the Red Cross and moved on, but Japan is still struggling with their triple disaster and we are at danger too. Nuclear particles in the air will be blown around the world, the Northern hemisphere and especially the USA will meet up with a nuclear cloud pretty soon. Europe seems to be off the hook, but what is considered being lucky, low exposure to radiation and suffer from cancer or higher exposure to radiation and die instantly? And who is going to save our ass? Probably not Jesus on a nuclear cloud.

Lets recap some of the information that has been released through all forms of media till today.

February 21th

After the earthquake in New Zealand experts predicted similar events for the next 2 years of which many events will be extreme.

March 11th

An X-class solar flare and a coronal mass ejection occurred.

March 11th

A mega earthquake struck off the coast of Japan with a 8.9 on the Richter scale at a depth of 10 km.

March 11th

A 7 m high tsunami emerged and swept over cities and farmland in the northern part of Japan.

March 11th

A nuclear emergency emerged from the earthquake and the tsunami at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. The accident was caused by the fact that the tsunami flooded the emergency generators and carried away their fuel tanks. If that isn’t fixed, there’s no way to recover from this accident. Explosions and leaks of radioactive gas took place in three reactors that suffered partial meltdowns, while spent fuel rods at another reactor overheated and caught fire, releasing radioactive material directly into the atmosphere.

March 12th

The nuclear power plant in Fukushima seems inevitably heading for a meltdown.

March 12th

The Fukushima plant was build on a fault and building regulations were not observed by Tepco.

March 13th

People start praying for the people of Japan.

March 13th

On Facebook and YouTube people demonstrate how one can send love and light to the affected people of Japan.

March 13th

Religious people claim their lent prayers has been heard and God shook the faithless people of Japan with an earthquake and tsunami.

March 13th

After high levels of nuclear radiation the Japanese government calls an emergency within the area of the Onagawa nuclear power plant. Meanwhile, Japan is threatened in an electricity shortage.

March 13th

The Fukushima plant had a meltdown of reactor 1 and 3.

March 13th

The nuclear radiation on the power plant in Fukushima fluctuates and is exceeding the permitted legal limit.

March 14th

Due to the explosion of reactor 3, where the fuel rods are located, the reactor vessel on reactor 3 is damaged.

March 14th

An admission of guilt reveals that the power plant and specific the reactor domes in Fukushima were not designed to resist heavy earthquakes and tsunami’s.

March 14th

A second explosion in reactor 1 at the Fukushima plant which caused 11 insured soldiers and staff of the nuclear plant.

March 14th

Japan proceeds with a desperate act that seems the only solution at that time. 3 Reactors are put under water with seawater to avoid the meltdown of the reactor core.

March 14th

On the internet fake organisations appear that ask for donations to help the Japanese people.

March 15th

Information is leaking into the media that the Japanse authorities and nuclear companies have been implicated in a series of nuclear cover-ups in 1995 and 2002.

March 15th

The actions of the Japanese government are completely contrary to their words. They have evacuated 180,000 people but say there is no radiation. It was the same at Chernobyl, where they said there was a bit of a problem and only later did the full extent emerge.

March 15th

An explosion in reactor 2 damaged the shell of the reactor and was therefore no longer hermetically sealed. A fire broke out in reactor 4.

March 15th

Again after shocks, in the neighborhood of Fukushima a 6.4 on the Richters scale and in the neighborhood of Shizuoka a 6 on the Richters scale.

March 15th

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced a 3 months immediate closure of all nuclear power plants in Germany who were put in service by the end of 1980.

March 15th

Berlusconi is planning for nuclear plants within the next 20 years.

March 15th

The disaster in Fukushima plant has reached level 6, the second highest level on the international scale of nuclear and radiological events.

March 17

Due to high levels of radiation helicopters are not able to drop water on the reactors. Japan is going to use water cannons from the US army to put out the fires from the ground. Also reactors 5 and 6 are at risk now.

March 17th

The Red Cross worldwide start collecting donations for the affected of the earthquake and the tsunami in Japan. The American Red Cross states in their policy that whenever the donations exceed the expenses for a specific crisis, contributions are used to prepare for and serve victims of other crisis.

March 17th

The Japanese Red Cross has 2 million volunteers available, 85 medical teams made up of 600 people. Till now they evacuated people with helicopters, helped out the people within the 2.500 governmental shelters, they handed out 91.000 blankets, 2.400 nurses have been offering counseling and emotional support.

March 19th

The Japanese Yen reached it’s highest level since WWII. Japanese investors started selling their foreign positions in order to gain more money for a reconstruction of Japan after the earthquake. This selling caused an increase of the Yen which will be disastrous for Japan’s export. The Bank of Japan, the G7, ECB and the Bank of England started a game of selling the Yen for Euros and Dollars in order to give the Japanese financial market some relief.

March 20th

A CFO of the Japanese investment bank Aozora claims there will be no recession for Japan after the earthquake and tsunami.

March 22th

The first nuclear cloud arrives in Reykjavik,  the cloud contains extremely small amounts iodine isotopes and there is not yet any health risk.

March 22th

The sarcophagus solution, to burry the reactors under concrete, has not yet been applied by the Japanese. The burial of the reactor is a huge financial loss and accepting the sarcophagus solution, means admitting that they were wrong, and that they couldn’t fix the situation. Fukushima is a drama with the whole world watching, that can end in the defeat or victory for the nuclear industry.

March 22th

For a week now they have been pouring seawater which vaporized and makes salt. The salt will get into all these valves of the reactors and cause them to freeze and not move again. So simply reconnecting the electricity and hoping that the water will begin to circulate and get the reactors running again is merely a dream.

March 22th

Cooling down the reactors needs constant control to keep the temperature down to an almost unsafe situation. 50 Operators tried and have been exposed to very large amounts of radiation, they must have accepted that they face death by staying there, they know the risks.

March 22th

Taking the types of winds in consideration, it could take about five days for all of Japan to be covered with radiation.

March 22th

The media compared the exposure to nuclear radiation to a CT scan, which is done in an instant and not dangerous at all. What is dangerous is when nuclear material enters your body and irradiates it from the inside.

March 22th

The monitoring of  the amount of radiation is done by measuring the amount of radiation in the air. Humans inhale the nuclear particles, so the monitoring means nothing for the radiation inside the body. On top of that, Tepco is not in shape to do this regular monitoring in the air, they just take an occasional measurement. Just measuring the levels of radiation in the air is not enough. Tepco needs to know what kind of radioactive materials are escaping, and where they are going. Tepco don’t has a system in place for doing so.

March 22th

The Japanese government, in an attempt to avoid such a disaster in the future, wants to know how these operators could be exposed to so much radiation. Tepco said that the operators thought their nuclear rate devices were broke and therefore making noise, so they kept on working.

March 23th

Japan’s nuclear crisis has already released enough radioactivity to be ranked at Level 7 on the International Nuclear Event Scale (INES). This is the scale’s highest level, and equal to the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

March 23th

Tepco has a 10% investment in a nuclear plant in Texas USA, there is a chance the Japanese will withdraw from the investment.

March 24th

The official death toll had been raised to more than 9,500, and more than 16,000 people are listed as missing, although there may be some overlap between the two groups. The final toll is expected to reach nearly 20,000.

March 25th

Vegetables from Tokyo have abnormal levels of radiation in them.

March 27th

The radiation in Fukushima I is 10 million times higher than normally, they discovered after monitoring today. All workers are evacuated by Tepco. The Japanese government have criticized Tepco for the safety of their workers.

To understand what exposure to nuclear radiation does with humans, you need to understand that it’s not only the levels of radiation that counts it’s also the duration of being exposed to the radiation that makes a difference. That’s why the Japanese government has advised people to stay in their houses. They also distributed iodine pills so the body would be full of “good” iodine and will not absorb the “bad iodine out of food and water. An acute dose above the 250-400 Rem is for most people lethal, between the 50-250 Rem people experience acute radiation sickness. This sickness contains the following symptoms, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, burns and hair loss. Radiation sickness can also lead to death. A lower rate of exposure can lead to, life shortening, genetic effects, fetal effects and cancer. This must be the same for animals and plant life will neither flourish under radiation.

The information written in bold is about events that are not man made, directly or indirectly. As you can see within this triple disaster drama, there is not much what isn’t caused by our interference. It is not hard to guess what the main motives are for this chain reaction of disasters: money, greed and incompetence. Nuclear scientist who do understand their job are devastated about the many mistakes that have been made. Isn’t it a scary thought that people who think they know what they’re doing are in control of a nuclear power plant and not just in Japan.

To me this is a new disease that can be added to the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders. Talking like you know what you’re talking about, but not walking what you’re talking about, lets call it the God syndrome. In all layers of professions we see this disease emerge and also on a personal level this disease causes divorces, children running away from home, addictions etc. Scientists who apparently know what they are talking about are probably already searching for a vaccin. Though it can be cured in a really simple matter, if all affected people would take their own responsibility, they would only walk the talk. This taking self responsibility and actually being your own God is quite a process. Don’t search for help within psychiatry, just do a life-coaching course.

A life-coaching course is part of the Equal Money System. Disasters as in Japan could have been prevented and yes that sounds a bit like too late. The EMS can not prevent the people from being exposed to nuclear radiation and dying from it right now. An EMS, when in place, would not have allowed within common sense to build a nuclear power plant on a fault, to build cheap and deliver bad and highly risky work, to have people in place that do not understand their job, let money be an issue or a directive principle neither as greed and power. Even with all the right conditions in place one needs an ant colony of operators to keep the plant under control, so one has to ask oneself if this is the most preferable type of energy. Nuclear energy is part of our current world, because the nuclear industry knows their ways into governments. Within the EMS there is only one measure point that allows people to start new things: “is it in the best interest of all?”

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