Two workers die at Fukushima plant SINGAPORE, April 4, 2011
The Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco) and the IAEA on Sunday announced the death of two workers at the site of the quake-and-tsunami-hit Fukushima Daiichi atomic energy plant. Neither side spelt out the exact cause of the deaths.
The maintenance pit of Unit 2 reactor, where highly radioactive water spilled into the sea through a crack, is photographed after pouring the concrete into it to keep from further leak, at Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant.
I read quite an interesting article about RCMP gangstalking and a federal employee who had some things to say about the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
TO BE RELEASED JANUARY 6, 2011
FREE TRADE WHISTLE BLOWER SHELLEY ANN CLARK UNDER ATTACK IN OTTAWA
The “mainstream” national media won’t touch her and lawyers and politicians will not sue her.
Shelley Ann Clark is the Federal Civil servant with 30 years experience who worked in the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Negotiations Office as an Executive Assistant to the third highest ranking negotiator on Mulroney’s team. Between 1986 and 1988 Clark was ordered to falsify and eventually shred briefing papers designed to mislead provincial premiers as to what was really being given away in the Free Trade Agreement (FTA). In March 1988 she was ordered by her boss to secretly remove key documents from the Free Trade Office to the trunk of his car. While screening the material to be removed, Clark came across a “Step-by-Step Implementation Scheme” that would eventually lead to the merger of Canada and the U.S.A. We are now in 2010, and even though there was no media fanfare announcing this event, IT HAS OCCURRED. You are seeing evidence everywhere as more and more American owned businesses are moving into Canada and forcing Canadian businesses to shut down. You can see it in the privileges that American businessmen are receiving when investing in Canada. Favoritism towards American investors is in evidence. Speak to Canadians who are trying to invest and assume they will receive the same privileges as their American counterparts. Listen to Paul Hellyer’s speech that he gave to his audience when he launched his Canadian Action Party in 1997.
Nuclear Facts A very clued in professional who will not be bought or intimidated into silence: Dr Helen Caldicott, true to style, tells it as it is. As she sees it, you wont usually hear the truth so listen up.. Nuclear fallout from Japan and Canada, You won't hear this on the news!
I have held off on a forecast update until I could at least verify one source and compare it .. I have since decided to drop the NILU forecasts for the time being, until we can see why the "hidden" cesium forecast was buried--- see my previous video uploads on my channel for more details.
Toxins found in drinking water below Rocketdyne test site 2005-08-26 / Front Page
Part one of two
... In 1996, Boeing acquired Rocketdyne. Earlier this month, Boeing sold Rocketdyne to United Technologies for $700 million. The sale included Rocketdyne’s headheadquarters in Canoga Park but didn’t include the Santa Susana Test Field.
The work being conducted on the 2,668 acres in the Santa Susana hills was under such tight security that even a partial meltdown of a nuclear reactor core in 1959 wasn’t fully disclosed until 20 years later. Some scientists estimate that the accident may have released more radioactivity than the Three Mile Island meltdown.
And even though the toxic and radioactive residue left behind by the California-based aerospace company is no longer secret, many Simi Valley residents say that both Rocketdyne’s parent company, Boeing, and the government agencies overseeing the site’s $250-million cleanup effort are too slow in disclosing health information. Moreover, many feel Boeing has not taken full responsibility for the environmental effects that more than 50 years of rocket engine and nuclear testing by Rocketdyne has had on the surrounding area.
OpenMedia.ca has obtained a conference call between Shaw executives and shareholders. The call reveals that the telecom giant will go ahead with a metered Internet pricing scheme after the election.
That’s why OpenMedia.ca asked each of the parties to outline their plan of action in our all-party Digital Future Survey. We received answers from every major federal party...with the exception of the Conservative Party of Canada.
Globe Talk: Enron's broadband debacle June 2, 2006
While a Houston jury last week found both its Chief Executive Jeffrey Skilling and former Chairman Kenneth Lay guilty on a multitude of accounts including fraud, jurors this week convicted the fallen company's former broadband executive on conspiracy, wire fraud and falsification of books and records worth $11 million.
The Enron Broadband Services group had established a deal in April 2000 with video-rental chain Blockbuster to provide video-on-demand, which should have made use of the energy giant's infrastructure network. www.physorg.com/news68469936.html
NAFTA Superhighway and Texas Toll Roads Sneak Ahead with Governor Rick Perry’s Cooperation Posted on May 21st, 2010
Here comes the NAFTA superhighway once again, at the same time that Mexican President Felipe Calderon criticized the state of Arizona as well as United States domestic policy, from the halls of the United States Congress.
A chemist and a domestic company have jointly developed a powder that can capture and precipitate radioactive substances in water and that could be used in the ongoing effort to deal with contaminated water at the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, the chemist said Tuesday.
News photo Whiter than white: This powder developed by a Japanese chemist and an Akita-based company can capture and precipitate radioactive substances in water, including iodine, cesium and strontium. KYODO/KUMAKEN KOUGYOU CO.
The powder, made of various chemicals and minerals, including zeolite, can remove radioactive substances such as iodine, cesium and strontium, according to Tomihisa Ota, a professor at Kanazawa University who developed it with Kumaken Kougyou Co., a pollution cleanup company in Akita Prefecture.
Asbestos, Japan tsunami's other hidden danger Last modified: April 27, 2011 5:37 a.m
SENDAI, Japan - Inside the chunks of slate and wallboard smashed and scattered by Japan's tsunami hides a health risk that has been overshadowed by contamination from a leaking nuclear plant: the odourless and nearly invisible threat of asbestos.
Activists have found the cancer-causing, fibrous material in the air and debris collected from the devastated northeastern coast.
Levels in the air remain within Japan's safety range but are expected to rise significantly once cranes and cleanup crews begin their work in earnest, scraping and shaking loose the minuscule, white fibers from insulation and fireproofing layers.
Post by Chrysotile Asbestos III on Apr 27, 2011 20:41:53 GMT -8
"We have experience from the past, so we do believe that this time, similar issues with asbestos will emerge," he said. "Public awareness of asbestos is also much higher now."
Interesting. More -
"Chrysotile is the name used by the government-funded [GOVERNMENT-FUNDED!!!!!!!] industry lobby group. The Chrysotile Institute promotes white asbestos and attempts to soften laws restricting banning its use."
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It has been twenty-five years since the tragedy at Chernobyl Nuclear power plant. Scientists, world leaders, and some witnesses of the chaos look back and ahead on the 25th Anniversary.
NPR's David Greene spoke with one man who was part of the emergency crew that fought the fire in Chernobyl in 1986.
"A quarter-century later, no one knows what their heroism cost. Of the 20 men in Kotlyar's fire brigade, four have died. One man had a brain tumor, another leukemia. And Kotlyar is convinced at least that those two died because of radiation."
Memorials were held Tuesday across Eastern Europe for those who died. But in the wake of the recent nuclear crisis in Japan, Aljazeera reports the issues reach further than the medical risks of radiation. The report reflects the delayed alarms following the original explosion and the controversial care given to those affected ever since.
"It cast a dark shadow over humanity, one unseen since the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. But, unlike Japan's Fukushima nuclear crisis, Chernobyl's real lesson is not about nuclear-plant safety. It is about official arrogance and indifference to suffering, and a cult of secrecy that allows information to be shared only among a narrow elite obsessed with stability."
Russian President Dimitry Medvedev announced his plan to increase security of nuclear power stations at the G8 summit this May. The sentiment reflects the hopes of Ukrainian leaders to continue to use nuclear power safely.
"Ukrainian authorities are optimistic about the future of nuclear energy. Four plants with 15 reactors produce nearly half the country's electricity. Controversially, the plan is to build a dozen more in the next 20 years."
But while some look forward, PBS's Miles O'Brien points out the Chernobyl cleanup is far from over.
"Ukraine is asking the west for $800 million to pay for a new shelter over the old sarcophagus that would last 100 years. Beneath it is all is a molten witch's brew of radioactive isotopes, including plutonium, with a half-life of 24,000 years.. Do you think human beings are capable of keeping this thing safe for tens of thousands of years?" Gennadi Milinevsky: "If he covers it, will try to keep it safe. But this place, this area will be still not good for life." Miles O'Brien: "Forever?" Gennadi Milinevsky: "Yes. Forever, yes."
Political Fallout: Will Germany Go Nuclear-Free? Posted: 03/28/11 04:15 PM ET
After the war, with Germany divided between the four victorious Allies, the United States and the Soviet Union scrambled to scoop up as many German physicists as they could manage. Under US Operation Alsos, Operation Epsilon, and the perhaps less aptly-named Operation Paperclip, Americans lured German scientists overseas--sometimes creating fake employment papers to get around US President Truman's pesky new order, which forbade Americans from hiring Nazi Party members and supporters.
OpenMedia.ca has obtained a conference call between Shaw executives and shareholders. The call reveals that the telecom giant will go ahead with a metered Internet pricing scheme after the election. openmedia.ca/conservatives
James Moore and the Conservative $75 iPod Tax.
Big network coming in May - someone's gotta pay for it. That'll be the rationale. Q. "You want service?" A. You gotta pay.
4G yada yada - the Conservatives did not respond.
How do the federal political parties plan to make Internet access in Canada more affordable and more accessible?
If elected, who in Ottawa will side with Canadians and who will allow the CRTC to continue to favour Big Telecom?
If you flipped on the network today, he said, it would be HSPA-plus – the same type as those of the incumbents. However, he added that the company is building the network very much with 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) technology in mind.
“We’re going to be well positioned to migrate to LTE,” Mr. D’Avella said.
Industry insiders have talked in the past of a possibility that Shaw might forgo 3G and launch a 4G network, which is meant to have much faster data speeds, though the term is often used as a marketing ploy. When Shaw originally said it would launch its network in late 2011, analysts spoke about the possibility of LTE, which would give the company a marketing advantage over established competitors flogging smart phones and newer discount providers that are selling unlimited talk-and-text products.
But, as Telus CEO Darren Entwistle pointed out last year and as an analysts repeated Thursday, if Shaw launched as a relatively small new wireless entrant with LTE technology – where everything is “packetized” into little bits of data on 4G’s requisite all IP (Internet protocol) network – it would have no roaming partners among the incumbents, which all use 3G technologies. Shaw wireless customers would then be stuck with great service in a very small area for quite a while, waiting as Shaw slowly built the network – while 3G customers on Wind and Mobilicity could walk around outside of their network zones and roam onto companies like Rogers.
But a 4G launch by a major telco in Canada is still likely at least a year away. Back in early 2010, when Shaw originally floated the idea of 4G, it was still a distant technology. At the time, in the United States, there was only really one handset – the HTC Corp.-designed Evo, which runs on Sprint's network – and a lot of executives were dismissing the technology because it didn't have an “ecosystem” of devices that they could confidently market to their customers.
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KS Chua: I noticed someone was waiting in the dark for me on my way home tonight. I believe someone is trying to kill me. -kok SeNg chUA
Nov 17, 2013 13:35:49 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: The perps used an acoustic device projecting noise and pretended tobe mafia hitmen and I broke a windshield to get in jail and be safe . I was surgically implanted in New York Long Island's Nassau County jail. Perps hate for you to yell and threaten them.
Dec 13, 2013 18:04:49 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: I have had probes surgically implanted and V2K and nobody helps me because these lowlifes pay everyone off or use counterintelligence to disinform the people who try to help me. The perps are Meriwether from Brunswick, Georgia U.S.A. and a Joe Moody
Dec 13, 2013 18:07:32 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: The money from the torture and murder that these rednecks are getting here in the United States is from the Dept. of Defense's Office off Ssience and Technolgy, the Dept. of Justice Office of Science and Tecnology, the Dept. of Commerce Office of Science
Dec 13, 2013 18:10:43 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: BIuS
Dec 13, 2013 18:11:19 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: dEPT. OF cOMMERCE oFFICE OF sCIENCE AND tECHNOLOGY
Dec 13, 2013 18:12:01 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: Senator Shelby a Republican from Alabama has appropriated Defense spending for victims to be violated inhumanely with probes that itch , burn, shock and some have Global Positioning Systems (GPS)from companies like Positive I.D..
Dec 13, 2013 18:15:47 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: Di HAVE BEEN A v2k VICTIM FOR 23 YEARS AND HAVE TRAVELED THE WORLD WOTH LOWLIFES THAT GET MONEY FOR RESEARCH IN THE FORM OF GRANTS FOLLOWING ME AND TELLING PEOPLE I AM, A COMMUNIST TERRORIST WITH ALQAIDA, HOMOSEXUAL THAT MUTILATES HIMSELF , HITMAN AN MAFIA
Dec 13, 2013 18:18:07 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: The United States Constitution is suppose to protect us citizens but in reality it is not woth the ink that it is written in unless you are a millionaire.
Dec 13, 2013 18:19:23 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: I will visit you the next time I am in England if you can get the V2K out of my head.You all need to form a V2K Victim Security Task Force and post security at the hospital generators , fire alarms, inside and outside the operating and recovery rooms.
Dec 13, 2013 18:22:51 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: In direct conflict with christian ideology I am an advocate of assasinating the doctors and their accomplices that implant victims involuntarily with V2K because I have been tortured for 23 years.
Dec 13, 2013 18:24:23 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: The lowlifes when they travel abroad get help from the U.S. State Dept. with diplomatic passports and they always try to get next to the [police with an offer to train them in neighborhood watch and vehicular surveillance and pursuit.
Dec 13, 2013 18:26:34 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: Please check out the book The COINTELPRO PAPERS for an understanding how the F.B.I. conducts counterintelligence operations. Can you help me get the V2K out of my head?
Dec 13, 2013 18:28:11 GMT -8