Fairewinds has fielded a number of questions regarding the removal of the fuel rods from the spent fuel pool in Unit 4 at Fukushima Daiichi. Today’s video shows Arnie debunking TEPCO’s animated film point by point, and highlights the issues TEPCO will have removing the fuel rods. TEPCO needs to be removed as the organization overseeing the cleanup of the site prior to the removal of the fuel rods.
Video Source: Conspiracy Video Media Coalition
Fukushima: Nuclear Ticking Time Bomb, Fukushima Worldwide Consequences” Interview with Dr. Charles Perrow, on the dire situation, and cleanup-up efforts or lack of them by ‘TEPCO’ at “Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster in Japan and the current affects with worldwide implications. For radiation treatment, prevention and exposure preparedness, see complete details @ http://cvmco.wordpress.com take action… sign petitions, and be prepared!
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Fukushima fiasco: Tepco’s risky removal of radioactive fuel could set off uncontrolled chain reaction; emergency delay invoked
Keep in mind that this fuel rod extraction and relocation operation is being carried out by Tepco, a company that has already demonstrated stunning incompetence, corruption and deception in the way it has handled the Fukushima situation so far.
The Fukushima Disaster
The single most articulate and passionate advocate of citizen action to remedy the nuclear and environmental crises, Dr Helen Caldicott, has devoted the last forty two years to an international campaign to educate the public about the medical hazards of the nuclear age and the necessary changes in human behavior to stop environmental destruction.
Radiation Crises & Antidotes- John W. Apsley
An unprecedented threat will unfold over the next 18 months starting this coming November. This threat has all the makings of a perfect storm, potentially leading to catastrophic mayhem across the entire northern hemisphere. This threat concerns the precarious moving of vast amounts of damaged radioactive material from the nuclear power plant at Fukushima.