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‘Unprecedented’: China bans all imports of shellfish from U.S. West Coast — Official: “They’ve never done anything like that that I’ve ever seen” — Includes Washington, Oregon, Alaska and N. California — Gov’t says it will continue indefinitely (AUDIO)

KUOW, Dec. 13, 2013: China Imposes First-Ever West Coast Shellfish Ban […] China has suspended imports of shellfish from the west coast of the United States — an unprecedented move […] China said it decided to impose the ban after recent shipments of geoduck clams from Northwest waters were found by its own government inspectors to have high levels of … Continue reading

TV Correspondent in Japan: I’ve come across terrible information — Health situation appears to be “much more risky” than what we see on Japan TV — Doctors and officials hiding the truth (VIDEO)

Naoto Kan, Former Prime Minister of Japan, Dec. 12, 2013: At 1:26:00 in Joël Legendre, RTL foreign correspondent: My question is about guidelines, but also health impacts (repeats phrase to translator) health, sanitary, health. I heard recently terrible information about how doctors and local and regional authorities – prefectures, city halls — do not, repeat do not, provide information to … Continue reading

Hamas: Israel Engineering an Earthquake Attack on Al-Aqsa

Ismail Radwan, Minister of Religious Affairs in Gaza’s Hamas government, claims that Israel is trying to cause an artificial earthquake to totally collapse the Al-Aqsa Mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. According to Radwan, Israel is attempting to do so to establish the Third Temple. The comments came at an event organized by female students of the College for … Continue reading

Another 20 Navy Sailors: USS Ronald Reagan crew with thyroid cancers, leukemia, brain tumors, bleeding, blindness after Fukushima disaster — Young kids developing problems — Gov’t and Tepco involved in major conspiracy (AUDIO)

Nuclear Hotseat #129, Dec. 10, 2013: At 27:00 in Charles Bonner, attorney representing sailors from the USS Ronald Reagan: They’re not only going to the rescue by jumping into the water and rescuing people out of the water, but they were drinking desalinated sea water, bathing in it, until finally the captain of the USS Ronald Reagan alarmed people that … Continue reading

Fukushima Evacuee: We’re human guinea-pigs in an experiment… we’ll never forgive gov’t or Tepco! — US Attorney: It’s up to the American people to make them pay; Japan is threatening to put people who speak out in concentration camps (AUDIO)

The Asia-Pacific Journal, Dec. 9, 2013 (translated by Tom Gill) — Shoji Masahiko, Fukushima evacuee: […] now what really matters is human health. […] The national government and the village mayor insist now as ever that they will decontaminate the village, that they will enable us to go home […] But why, when human life and health should be the … Continue reading

The Black Death is back

By John Aziz | December 12, 2013 The Black Death is back. One of the most devastating pandemics in human history, the Black Death — also known as the plague — killed more than 25 million people in Europe, Asia, and North Africa at its peak between 1348 and 1350. And it has re-emerged in Madagascar. Last year, 60 people died there … Continue reading

Is Fukushima Responsible for Mass Animal Deaths in Alaska?

Posted By Michael Snyder on Dec 11, 2013 Why are huge numbers of dead birds dropping dead and washing up along the coastlines of Alaska? It is being reported that many of the carcases of the dead birds are “broken open and bleeding”. The photo of some of these dead birds at the top of this article was originally posted … Continue reading

Mars Comet: ‘Siding Spring’ To Cause Massive Meteor Shower In October 2014

A dramatic meteor show could hit Mars next year, astronomers have reported – and it could cause big problems for our intrepid robotic explorers in orbit around the Red Planet and on its surface. If it comes, the frantic shower of rocks and debris will be caused by a comet — known as C/2013 A1 (or ‘Comet Siding Spring’). The … Continue reading

Berkeley official requests Health Dept. inform public of elevated risks from Fukushima contamination; Council to vote on plan next week — Fairfax Official: “No one’s monitoring radiation levels on West Coast… Gov’t is not doing its job” (VIDEO)

City of Berkeley, California — City Council Meeting Agenda for Dec. 17, 2013: Action Calendar 50. Reduce Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Dangers (Continued from December 3, 2013) From: Councilmember [Kriss] Worthington Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution urging the United Nations to form an International Independent Commission of Experts (IICE) to formulate a plan to reduce the radiation being released from the crippled … Continue reading

“Weird things” happening on California coast: Previously unknown toxic algae blooms proliferating; Unprecedented mass of oxygen-poor water near shore — TV: Mystery strandings of large squid covered miles and experts baffled… “essentially killing themselves, it’s just really weird” (VIDEO)

San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 9, 2013: A mysterious pathogen is wiping out starfish along the Pacific coast […] [and it] isn’t the only weird thing to happen of late along the California coast. Marine scientists have been trying to find out why previously unknown blooms of toxic algae are suddenly proliferating along the coast. The mysterious blooms, including deadly red … Continue reading

Nuclear Expert: Plutonium in water leaking into ocean is “the most dangerous thing” at Fukushima, it can be carried around world and end up on a beach or in fish — Researcher: Plutonium contamination “a serious threat to environment and human health” (AUDIO)

American Chemical Society,  Dec. 9, 2013: As the Fukushima crisis continues to remind the world of the potential dangers of nuclear disposal and unforeseen accidents, scientists are reporting progress toward a new way to detect the radioactive materials uranium and plutonium in waste water. Their report on the design of a highly sensitive nanosensor appears in ACS’ The Journal of … Continue reading

Unprecedented images challenge scientists’ theories about the Sun

NASA has a new Sun observatory spacecraft in space. She’s called Iris and she opened her eyes for the first time last June. Now she’s sending images that are challenging scientist’s understanding of our home star, according to Bart De Pontieu, the IRIS science lead at Lockheed Martin: We are seeing rich and unprecedented images of violent events in which … Continue reading

BBC: Work at Fukushima Unit 4 a “distraction”; The “real nightmare” is coming from 3 molten cores — NYTimes: Melted fuel is “all over the place… First goal is simply to stop uncontrolled releases of radioactive material” (AUDIO)

BBC Tokyo correspondent Rupert Wingfield-Hayes, Dec. 6, 2013 (at 2:30 in): They’re doing this work because that’s the easy bit. Reactor 4 was not badly damaged compared to the other reactors. There was no core meltdown, so that is the one that they can sort of get to grips with […] Reactor buildings 1, 2, and 3 where there were … Continue reading

Gundersen: When the radioactive plume hits West Coast in a few months “it’s not like it’s going to end” — Fukushima still pumping contamination into Pacific Ocean 1,000 days after disaster began (AUDIO)

Fairewinds chief engineer Arnie Gundersen interviewed by Common Dreams, Dec. 6, 2013: “All radiation is unsafe […] There is no non-harmful level. […] The faucet is still on. The Pacific is still becoming more contaminated […] This is not a one time wave that washes the shore and goes away. Fukushima is continuing to pollute the ocean.” Estimated plume location … Continue reading

Contingency plans in the event of a blackout

The Sunday Independent takes a look at contingency plans and the potential fallout from next week’s planned all-out strike on the country’s most vital services and the people who use them. Dublin Airport has back-up generators ready to go in the event of a black-out and say flights in or out of the country won’t be disrupted. “We always have … Continue reading

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