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Saturday, March 26, 2011

Survivor remembers the colleagues who were swept away - Asia, World - The Independent

READ MORE: Survivor remembers the colleagues who were swept away - Asia, World - The Independent: "Katsumi Suzuki was halfway through a shift at Fukushima's reactor No. 4 on 11 March when the power plant began to shake violently. People had to hang on for what seemed like minutes as the walls and walkways vibrated. Then it went dark. When the seismic shocks stopped, the engineer whose job was to monitor radiation levels at the plant led his colleagues out of the reactor building to the office block on higher ground.

Sitting cross-legged in a grey tracksuit yesterday on a mattress at the Minamisoma evacuees' centre 15 miles away, the engineer relayed the disaster in restless bursts. 'I got a call from Tepco [the plant's operators] telling me that a tsunami was coming and it would be safer up there.'"

Colombian Devil's Breath 1 of 2 - VBS News | VBS.TV

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Weapons being used In Libya

New Tsunami Video

CLICK HERE: www.dumpert.nl - Nieuwe tsunami footage

Radiation spreads as crisis likely to continue for "a long time"

READ MORE: Radiation spreads as crisis likely to continue for "a long time": "Low levels of radioactive material iodine-131 were detected Saturday in Heilongjiang Province, north of Beijing, China's National Nuclear Emergency Coordination Committee said.

The radioactive material was likely to have come from the tsunami-damaged Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan, the agency said.

However, since the radiation level was below one-hundred-thousandth of the average natural background radiation, it did not pose a risk to public health or the environment, and no protective measures were required, the agency said in a statement."

Libyan rebel commander admits his fighters have al-Qaeda links - Telegraph

READ MORE: Libyan rebel commander admits his fighters have al-Qaeda links - Telegraph: "Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi, the Libyan rebel leader, has said jihadists who fought against allied troops in Iraq are on the front lines of the battle against Muammar Gaddafi's regime."

The battle of Trafalgar Square: Police struggle to control rioters after 500,000-strong London march against cuts ends in violence | Mail Online

READ MORE: The battle of Trafalgar Square: Police struggle to control rioters after 500,000-strong London march against cuts ends in violence | Mail Online

Nightline: Nuclear Nightmare

Friday, March 25, 2011

Obama fails to grasp the gravity of going to war

READ MORE: "I see Obama's visiting the United States," said Rush Limbaugh on Thursday, the president's first full day back in Washington after a spring break diplomatic tour of Latin America. For the White House, it was a touch of well-deserved sarcasm; Obama's absence at the start of the Libyan hostilities, along with his haphazard conversations with members of Congress and his nonexistent effort to prepare the American public for war, left more than a few Washington insiders shaking their heads over how the president could have mishandled things so badly.

Oldest US nuclear reactor: a 'disaster' in waiting?

READ MORE:  A sleepy New Jersey town has popped onto people's radar screens because it has the oldest running nuclear power plant in the United States -- and, some say, the most dangerous.
Named for a Revolutionary War general, Lacey is the kind of American town that few from outside the seaside settlement knew much about before the earthquake and tsunami in Japan triggered a nuclear crisis.

Japan disaster: over 27,000 dead or missing

READ MORE: More than 27,000 people are officially dead or missing after the earthquake and tsunami that struck northeastern Japan on March 11th.
According to the National Police Agency, 9,811 people are confirmed dead as of 9 PM on Thursday.

The agency says it has received reports of 17,541 people missing.

Japan reactor core may be leaking radioactive material, official says

READ MORE: Authorities in Japan raised the prospect Friday of a likely breach in the all-important containment vessel of the No. 3 reactor at the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, a potentially ominous development in the race to prevent a large-scale release of radiation.
Contaminated water likely seeped through the containment vessel protecting the reactor's core, said Hidehiko Nishiyama of the Japan Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency.

Earthquake in the border area of Myanmar, Thailand and Laos Kills More than 70

Israel ready to react with 'great force': Netanyahu

READ MORE:  Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told US Defense Secretary Robert Gates on Friday that Israel is ready to act with "great force" in response to a spate of rocket fire by Gaza militants and a deadly bus bombing in Jerusalem.
Israel had been "subjected to bouts of terror and rocket attacks," Netanyahu told reporters before going into a meeting with Gates.
"We stand ready to act with great force and great determination to put a stop to it," he added, with officials saying Israel had not been hit by any projectiles Friday morning.

Syria Firing on Protesters

READ MORE: Syrian troops reportedly open fire on protesters flooding the city of Daraa and outlying towns, as tens of thousands of Syrians stage mass anti-government protests across the country, including in the capital of Damascus, where anti- and pro-Assad groups clashed outside a mosque.


READ MORE: Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Friday it has begun injecting freshwater into the No. 1 and No. 3 reactor cores at the crisis-hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant to enhance cooling efficiency, although highly radioactive water was found leaking possibly from both reactors as well as the No. 2 reactor.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Weird Saturn Radio Signals Puzzle Astronomers

READ MORE: NASA's Cassini spacecraft recently found that the natural radio wave signals coming from the giant planet differ in the northern and southern hemispheres, a split that can affect how scientists measure the length of a Saturn day. But the weirdness doesn't stop there, researchers say.
The signal variations — which are controlled by the planet's rotation — also change dramatically over time, apparently in sync with the Saturnian seasons

Fukushima Smoking Gun Emerges: Founding Engineer Says Reactor 4 Has Always Been A "Time Bomb", Exposes Criminal Cover Up

READ MORE: It was only a matter of time before someone grew a conscience, and disclosed to the world that in addition to the massive cover up currently going on with respect to the true extent of the Fukushima catastrophe, the actual plant itself, in borrowing from the BP playbook, was built in a hurried way, using cost and labor-cutting shortcuts, and the end result was a true "time bomb."

Neutron beam observed 13 times at crippled Fukushima nuke plant

READ MORE: Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Wednesday it has observed a neutron beam, a kind of radioactive ray, 13 times on the premises of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant after it was crippled by the massive March 11 quake-tsunami disaster.
TEPCO, the operator of the nuclear plant, said the neutron beam measured about 1.5 kilometers southwest of the plant's No. 1 and 2 reactors over three days from March 13 and is equivalent to 0.01 to 0.02 microsieverts per hour and that this is not a dangerous level

The "Fukushima Fifty"

READ MORE: The Mail has compiled what little information is available about these impromptu martyrs, of whom five are believed to have already died and 15 are injured while others have said they know the radiation will kill them,

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Video of fighting aftermath in rebel-held city of Benghazi

Awakening From The New World Order Machine

Nations bombing Libya are 'terrorists,' Gadhafi says

READ MORE Libyan ruler Moammar Gadhafi called the allied nations bombing his country "terrorists" Sunday, a day after the United States, United Kingdom and France began to enforce a United Nations-mandated no-fly zone to protect Libya's civilians from their leader.
There was violence across the country Sunday, with Gadhafi apparently shelling rebels in the west while allied airstrikes destroyed one of Gadhafi's convoys in the east, according to rebels.

NWO Lays Waste To Libyan Armored Column

READ MORE: Rebels who had been driven back to their stronghold of Benghazi by the Libyan leader's air, sea and land offensive in the past two weeks were returning in 4x4 pickups to the town of Ajdabiyah, the hard fought over gateway to the east.

Thousands Of U.S. Personnel Evacuated To Puget Sound From Japan

READ MORE: Thousands of U.S. military and Department of Defense personnel are being voluntarily evacuated from Japan to Seattle and Joint Base Lewis-McChord following last week’s earthquake and tsunami.
The USO confirmed Friday that 15,000 U.S. personnel and their dependents will be hosted at USO centers at SeaTac and JBLM in the coming days. The evacuation is part of the U.S. State Department's voluntary evacuation of U.S. personnel following growing concerns at nuclear plants in Japan.

United States Preparing To Evacuate More That 87,000 Of Its Citizens From Japan

READ MOREAs the State Department flew its first group of evacuees out of Japan yesterday, the top U.S. military commander in the Pacific said the United States would be prepared to evacuate as many as 87,300 U.S. citizens.
Adm. Robert Willard, head of the Hawaii-based U.S. Pacific Command, said the U.S. is operating four commercial aircraft out of Narita Airport near Tokyo for citizens who want to leave the country.
The 87,300 people include U.S. military personnel and families in Japan, including the large naval base at Yokosuka, Willard said in a news teleconference from Camp H.M. Smith to the Pentagon.

Fukushima cloud now at the Atlantic, no risk - France

READ MOREThe plume from Fukushima has now reached the western Atlantic but its radioactivity is likely to be "extremely low" and have no impact on health or the environment, France's Institute for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN) said on Saturday.
"As of yesterday, the cloud covered most of North America and northeastern Siberia. It is currently passing over the North Atlantic," it said, naming French terroritories in the Caribbean and off Canada's eastern coast.

“Renewed nuclear chain reaction feared at spent-fuel storage pool”

READ MORE: The following is the known status as of Sunday evening of each of the six reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant and the four reactors at the Fukushima Daini plant, both in Fukushima Prefecture, which were crippled by the magnitude 9.0 earthquake and ensuing tsunami on March 11

Kucinich states war against Libya w/o congressional approval is an impeachable offense.

READ MORE: Support for war against Libya has risen to a fever pitch even among liberals. I would point out that Russia, China, India, Brazil and Germany abstained from the UN Security Council vote yesterday, belying the Obama administration’s contention that bombing Libya has worldwide support. There is very little difference between George Bush’s 2003 “coalition of the willing” and Barack Obama’s “alliance” in 2010, since it is comprised of the US, UK, France and a handful of reactionary Arab states in the Persian Gulf who are meanwhile using brutal force against their own dissidents and rebels.

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