California Could Suffer a Fukushima-Style Meltdown

Washington's Blog Ignoring Earthquake Risks to Nuclear Plants Scientists warned that an earthquake could take out Fukushima. The Japanese ignored the warning. (The Fukushima reactors were damaged by the earthquake before the tsunami hit, because the design of the reactors was defective.) But that couldn’t happen in the … right?…
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Japan Reacts to Worsening Fukushima Disaster By … Reopening Nuclear Plant Next to Active Volcano Which Is About to Blow

Washington's Blog D’oh! Scientists warned that an earthquake could take out Fukushima. The Japanese ignored the warning … and even tore down the natural seawall which protected Fukushima from tidal waves. Fukushima is getting ; And see this and this. Have the Japanese learned their lesson? Are they decommissioning nuclear…
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Radiation Levels at Fukushima Rise to Record Highs After Typhoon

RT The amount of radioactive water near the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has risen to record levels after a typhoon passed through Japan last week, state media outlet NHK reported on Wednesday. Specifically, levels of the radioactive isotope cesium are now at 251,000 becquerels per liter, three times higher than…
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Large Holes Forming Near The New Madrid Fault And A Giant Crack In The Earth In North Mexico

Endoftheamericandream Did you know that the number of big earthquakes during the first three months of 2014 was more than double the yearly average of what we have experienced since 1979? And did you know that the number of earthquakes in the central and eastern has quintupled in recent years? …
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Natural Disasters

USGS Warn Californians of the Inevitable ‘Big One’. They Once Again Fail To Mention ‘The REALLY Big One’

The Daily Sheeple by Chris Carrington Wiped off the map: Banda Aceh 2004 A report on Fox News this morning talks about ‘The Big One’ the quake that experts know will one day hit California. From Fox: Jones is heading up a new effort by Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti…
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Data Shows 26 Atomic-Scale Asteroids Have Hit Earth Since 2001: It’s Just Luck That They Have Hit Remote Areas

The Daily Sheeple by Chris Carrington The Nuclear Weapons Test Warning Network has detected 26 multi-kiloton asteroid hits since 2001. Based on these figures, asteroids impacting with Earth are 3-10 times more common and more likely in the future than scientists previously believed. Luckily for us these hits have been…
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12 Signs That Something Big Is Happening To The Earth’s Crust Under North And South America

The Economic Collapse Blog by Michael Snyder Why are fault lines and volcanoes all over North and South America suddenly waking up?  Are we moving into a time when major earthquakes and volcanic eruptions will become much more common?  For the past several decades, we have been extremely fortunate to…
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Could the Seismic Activity in Central and South America Affect the Cascadia Fault Line?

The Daily Sheeple by Chris Carrington In just 48 hours, South America has been rocked by volcanic explosions and a series of earthquakes. The news has been full of the magnitude quake that struck Chile, but since then they have suffered 27 more quakes of magnitude 5+, three of which were…
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Scientists Assure Us That The Recent Earthquakes On The Ring Of Fire Are Not Related

The Truth by Michael Snyder We just had a tsunami-triggering earthquake off of Chile’s north coast, a earthquake off the coast of Panama, a earthquake in southern California, and a dormant volcano in Peru has awakened for the first time in 40 years, but scientists assure us that none of…
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Yellowstone Volcano Eruption in 2014? Are Animals Fleeing Park As ‘An Alert’?

The Epoch Times By Zachary Stieber This map from the Geological Service shows the range of the volcanic ash that was deposited after the biggest of the Yellowstone National Park eruptions around million years ago. "These eruptions left behind huge volcanic depressions called “calderas” and spread volcanic ash over large…
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What Would An Eruption Of The Yellowstone Supervolcano Look Like?

The Truth by Michael Snyder On Sunday, the worst earthquake in about 30 years rattled the Yellowstone ; Overall, there have been at least 25 significant earthquakes at Yellowstone National Park since Thursday, but it is the earthquake that has many observers extremely ; Could such a large earthquake be…
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Natural Disasters

6.9 magnitude earthquake strikes off the coast of northern California – USGS

| WTF News | No reports of major damage yet. LA Times A magnitude earthquake occurred off the coast of Eureka in Northern California on Sunday night, the Geological Survey reported. The temblor hit at 10:18 50 miles west of Eureka in Humboldt County. According to the USGS, the earthquake…
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The Drought In Brazil Has Gotten So Bad That 142 Cities Are Now Rationing Water

The American Dream by Michael Snyder Did you know that the drought in Brazil is so bad that some neighborhoods are only being allowed to get water once every three days?  At this point, 142 Brazilian cities are rationing water and there does not appear to be much hope that…
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Plumes of mysterious steam rise from crippled nuclear reactor at Fukushima

RT Fresh plumes of most probably radioactive steam have been detected rising from the reactor 3 building at the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, said the facility’s operator company. The steam has been detected by surveillance cameras and appeared to be coming from the fifth floor of the mostly-destroyed building housing…
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Is Fukushima Decimating Wildlife in the Western Portion of North America?

Washington's Blog We’ve previous documented that seals, sea lions, polar bears, sea stars, turtles, sockeye salmon, herring, anchovies and sardines on the West Coast of North America are all suffering mysterious diseases … which are killing many. We’ve asked whether this is related to massive releases of radiation from Fukushima.…
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Wave of Radiation from Fukushima Will Be 10 Times Bigger than All of the Radiation from Nuclear Tests Combined

Washington's Blog Putting Fukushima In Perspective There was no background radioactive cesium before above-ground nuclear testing and nuclear accidents started. Wikipedia provides some details on the distribution of cesium-137 due to human activities: Small amounts of caesium-134 and caesium-137 were released into the environment during nearly all nuclear weapon tests…
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US Sailors, Assisting With Fukushima Clean Up, Crippled By Cancer

ZeroHedge Back in December 2012, we wrote that it was only a matter of time before Japan's criminal lying about the radioactive exposure in the aftermath of the Fukushima catastrophe caught up with it, as well as with countless numbers of people who would soon succumb to radiation induced cancers…
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‘Once-in-a-century storm’ turns Gaza, Israel into ‘disaster area’

RT A member of the Palestinian civil defense paddles a boat as he evacuates a man and his children after their house was flooded with rainwater on a stormy day in the northern Gaza Strip December 14, 2013. (Reuters / Mohammed Salem) A UN agency has designated Gaza a “disaster…
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USGS Report: Up to Half of L.A. Buildings Would Be Uninhabitable After Large Quake: “Significant Disruption of Inter-Dependent Infrastructure”

SHTFplan by Mac Slavo (Pictured: This iconic image from the 1994 Los Angeles quake shows the concrete Kaiser Permanente building that sat near the epicenter of the quake) Tens of millions of Americans depend on the stable functioning of infrastructure systems like transportation, utility services, food delivery and communications. Without them…
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What Is Happening To Alaska? Is Fukushima Responsible For The Mass Animal Deaths?

The Truth Wins by Michael Snyder 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…
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Canada Busted Covering Up Spikes In Fukushima Radiation

Washington's Blog Falsely Stated That There Were No Unusual Radiation Levels The governments of Japan, America and Canada have covered up the severity of the Fukushima crisis ever since it started in March 2011. They’ve cut way back on radiation monitoring after the Fukushima meltdown, underplayed the amount of radiation…
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Record Number Of Volcano Eruptions In 2013 – Is Catastrophic Global Cooling Dead Ahead?

The Truth Wins by Michael Snyder Have you noticed that this December is unusually cold so far?  Could the fact that we have had a record number of volcanoes erupt in 2013 be responsible?  Certainly an unusually calm solar cycle is playing a significant role in producing all of this…
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7 dead, 30 injured as 5.6 earthquake hits Iran’s Bushehr province

A powerful earthquake has hit Iran, killing seven and injuring a further 30, IRNA state news agency reported. The disaster's epicenter was in an area 62km north east of Bushehr, where Iran has a nuclear power plant, according to the USGS. The head of Iran's Crisis Management organization, Hassan Qadami,…
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Japan Reacts to Fukushima Crisis By Banning Journalism

Washington's Blog Japan – Like the – Turns to Censorship 2 weeks after the Fukushima accident, we reported that the government responded to the nuclear accident by trying to raise acceptable radiation levels and pretending that radiation is good for us. We noted earlier this month: Japan will likely pass…
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How to Reduce Your Risk of Radiation from Fukushima

Washington's Blog Is There Anything We Can Do to Reduce Radiation Risks? Doctors in Hawaii and the West Coast of North American are being bombarded with questions about how to protect ourselves from radiation from Fukushima. This essay provides an introduction to some of the main concepts on reducing the…
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Why Have 10 Major Volcanoes Along The Ring Of Fire Suddenly Roared To Life?

The Truth Wins by Michael Snyder Ten major volcanoes have erupted along the Ring of Fire during the past few months, and the mainstream media in the United States has been strangely silent about ; But this is a very big ; We are seeing eruptions at some volcanoes that…
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8 Signs that Fukushima Radiation is Blasting the Oceans and U.S.

Natural Society by Elizabeth Renter CLICK TO you listen to Tepco and Japanese officials, you are bound to be confused about how bad Fukushima’s lasting effects really are. One moment they say everything is under control at the Fukushima nuclear plant, and the next they’re admitting radiation levels are 95%…
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The Fallout from Fukushima in the Global Nuclear Industry

Global Research By Arnie Gundersen and James Corbett Arnie Gundersen of joins us to discuss the fallout from Fukushima in the global nuclear industry. Arnie brings his 39 years of experience in the nuclear industry to bear to give his assessment of what the nuclear crisis means for an industry…
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Meanwhile In The Philippines, There Is “Nothing Left To Loot”

ZeroHedge "We need help!" is the sad handwritten sign hanging outside a shuttered church in the Philippine town of Tacloban surrounded, as Reuters reports, by uncollected corpses and canyons of debris. Demand for relief is huge and despite 66 tons of supplies having landed since Saturday, they are not reaching…
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Breakdown: “It’s Like The End of The World… People Are Walking Like Zombies Looking for Food” *Video*

SHTFplan by Mac Slavo Destitution, death, looting, mob rule, and a complete breakdown of law & order. That’s what’s happening in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, and it’s yet another stark example of what any post-disaster environment will look like, whether it’s in a third world nation or…
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Media/Climate Activists ‘Hype False Claims’ About Typhoon Haiyan

Climate Depot by Marc Morano Storm expert Brian McNoldy of U. of Miami: ‘We don’t get to pick and choose which storms are enhanced by a warmer climate and which ones aren’t’ Prof. Roger Pielke Jr.:  'Philippine Met Service predicted max 18 ft surge from Typhoon Haiyan. So Anderson Cooper’s…
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We’re In The Most Dangerous Moment Since the Cuban Missile Crisis

Washington's Blog Scientists Warn of Extreme Risk We’ve long said that the greatest short-term threat to humanity is from the fuel pools at Fukushima. The Japanese nuclear agency recently green-lighted the removal of the spent fuel rods from Fukushima reactor 4′s spent fuel pool. The operation is scheduled to begin…
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More Asteroid Strikes Are Likely, Scientists Say

The New York Times by KENNETH CHANG A hole blasted through the ice of Lake Chebarkul, southwest of Chelyabinsk, Russia, by a meteorite. Eduard Kalinin When an asteroid exploded over the Russian city of Chelyabinsk in February, shattering windows for miles and injuring well over 1,000 people, experts said it…
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Fukushima Debris “Island” The Size Of Texas Near US West Coast

ZeroHedge While it took Japan over two years to admit the Fukushima situation on the ground is "out of control", a development many had predicted for years, a just as important topic is what are the implications of this uncontrolled radioactive disaster on not only the local environment and society…
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Fukushima cleanup efforts put northern hemisphere on alert

Natural News by Jonathan Landsman At an estimated cost of $150 billion, the Fukushima nuclear power plant 'cleanup' efforts have suspicious ties to organized crime and many on-site workers lack the required expertise to handle such nuclear disasters safely or effectively. With over 7 layers of poorly-supervised sub-contractors, like Tepco,…
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Top Scientist: Another Fukushima Quake Would Mean US Evacuation, ‘Bye Bye Japan’

InfoWars by Anthony Gucciardi Award winning scientist says another earthquake hitting Fukushima would mean US evacuations, ‘bye bye Japan’. Award winning scientist David Suzuki has gone on record in a public talk posted online just days ago in saying that in the event of another seven or above earthquake, which…
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Texas-Sized Island of Japanese Debris to Hit the West Coast of North America

Washington's Blog All At Once? We’ve been reporting for years that huge quantities of debris from the Japanese tsunami would hit the West Coast of North America. And see this. The Independent reports: An enormous floating island of debris from Japan’s 2011 tsunami is drifting towards the coast of America,…
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Fukushima debris island the size of Texas floating to the US

RT A massive island of debris is slowly making its way to the United States after forming in the wake of the tsunami that rocked Japan back in 2011. The tsunami killed almost 16,000 people in Japan, caused numerous problems at the nuclear plant in Fukushima, and dislodged more than…
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Tepco Tore Down the Natural Seawall Which Would Have Protected Fukushima from the Tsunami

Washington's Blog Tsunami Wouldn’t Have Taken Out the Reactors If Tepco Had Left the Natural Seawall In Place The Wall Street Journal noted in 2011: When Tokyo Electric Power Co. broke ground on the now defunct Fukushima Daiichi nuclear-power station 44 years ago, the utility made a fateful construction decision…
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Scientists in Alaska Warn About Spread of Fukushima Radiation

IntelliHub By JG Vibes For years the mainstream media looked the other way as Fukushima has been irradiating the planet, but there have been clear indications that this nuclear disaster is already having an effect, even on the other end of the world. This week it was reported that scientists…
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How to Help Protect Yourself from Fukushima Radiation

Washington's Blog Anti-radiation underwear Don’t Buy Lead Underwear … A Japanese company is literally selling anti-radiation underwear. But there are more down-to-earth ways to protect yourself from Fukushima radiation. Step 1: Reduce Exposure How do we protect ourselves from radiation? Initially, we should reduce our exposure to radiation in the…
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‘Melting’ Starfish Along West Coast Prompts Fukushima Fears

StoryLeak by Mikael Thalen Scientists are attempting to find out why one species of starfish is literally melting in the waters off of Washington state and Canada. Biologists in Seattle took to the water last weekend to collect diseased and healthy sunflower starfish for testing. Several labs including one at…
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Something Is Killing Life All Over The Pacific Ocean – Could It Be Fukushima?

The Truth Wins by Michael Snyder Why is there so much death and disease among sea life living near the west coast of North America right now?  Could the hundreds of tons of highly radioactive water that are being released into the Pacific Ocean from Fukushima every single day have…
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Fukushima Is Here

Washington's Blog 500 people assembled on October 19th on Ocean Beach in San Francisco and formed the letters with their bodies to demonstrate their growing concern about eventual fallout on the west coast. Credit and More Information: Radiation Levels Will Concentrate in Pockets at Certain  West Coast Locations An ocean…
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1 Foot Tsunami Hits Fukushima … No Reported Damage

Washington's Blog Nuclear Reactors Worldwide Vulnerable to Earthquakes and Flooding A 1-foot hightsunami hit the Fukushima coast today after a earthquake struck around 200 miles off the Japanese coast. Fortunately, there is no report of damage at this time. Remember that Japanese seismologists warned that Fukushima was vulnerable to earthquakes…
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7.3 magnitude quake registered off central Japanese coast

RT Image from An earthquake of magnitude has hit 231 miles (371 kilometers) east of Japan’s Honshu Island, according to the US Geological Survey, with tremors felt in Tokyo. Meteorologists warn that a 1-meter-high tsunami could follow. Japanese authorities classified the quake as magnitude The tsunami was due to hit…
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Fukushima – A Global Threat That Requires a Global Response

Global Research By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers  The story of Fukushima should be on the front pages of every newspaper. Instead, it is rarely mentioned. The problems at Fukushima are unprecedented in human experience and involve a high risk of radiation events larger than any that the global community…
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TEPCO Admits To Finding Radioactive Cesium 1Km Off Coast Of Fukushima

ZeroHedge The dismal news keeps coming for the Fukushima nuclear power facility. According to NHK World, TEPCO is admitting to detecting radioactive cesium about one kilometer off shore. While the level is low, it is the secoond time radioactive substances have been found that far offshore and it is believed…
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