2.5 minute banned cartoon explains the nuclear industry/Fukushima (from 1998)
The following video aired once on Saturday Night Live on March 14, 1998 and it was subsequently banned. It explains why we’re not hearing much about Fukushima in the mainstream media. It also explains how the nuclear industry is connected to the rest of the economy. You take GE down, what happens to the USA and the world economy?
As a bonus…you’re getting the basics of the entire Fukushima event over the next few years or so…
Radiation Of The Pacific Ocean In The Next 10 Years
The Fukushima Nightmare Gets Worse! Now admitting the depth of shit we’re all in.
Just when it seemed things might be under control at Fukushima, we find they are worse than ever.
Massive quantities of radioactive liquids are now flowing through the shattered reactor site into the Pacific Ocean. And their make-up is far more lethal than the “mere” tritium that has dominated the headlines to date.
Tepco, the owner/operator–and one of the world’s biggest and most technologically advanced electric utilities–has all but admitted it cannot control the situation. Its shoddy performance has prompted former U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commissioner Dale Klein to charge: “You don’t what you are doing.”
The Japanese government is stepping in. But there is no guarantee–or even likelihood–it will do any better.
In fact, there is no certainty as to what’s causing this out-of-control flow of death and destruction.
Some 28 months after three of the six reactors exploded at the Fukushima Daichi site, nobody can offer a definitive explanation of what is happening there or how to deal with it.
The most cogent speculation now centers on the reality that, simply enough, water flows downhill.