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Fukushima reactor No. 4 at risk of catastrophic failure via email Mike Adams

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I'm interrupting our normal email schedule to bring you an urgent alert that makes everything else seem insignificant by comparison.
The issues of GMOs, fluoride, food freedom and vaccines won't matter at all if we don't solve this far bigger issue that threatens human civilization: Fukushima reactor No. 4.
Right now, the reactor's spent fuel pool is just one earthquake away from a structural failure that could set off a chain of events leading to the release of anywhere from 10 times to 85 times the Cesium-137 released in the Chernobyl disaster.
Such circumstances caused one of Japan's former ambassadors to make the following extraordinary statement:
"It is no exaggeration to say that the fate of Japan and the whole world depends on No. 4 reactor." - Mitsuhei Murata, Former Japanese Ambassador to Switzerland and Senegal, Executive Director, the Japan Society for Global System and Ethics.
A failure of the reactor -- and the subsequent catastrophic release of Cesium-137 -- would decimate human life across North America, killing off crops, polluting groundwater, causing widespread infant stillbirths and unleashing an explosion in cancer rates. North America could become uninhabitable by humans for centuries.

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A rather unfortunate

A rather unfortunate situation but what i want to know is why did the Japanese build the plant so close to the ocean. Did they not anticipate that a Tsunami might be a serious issue? Now what? Solar and Wind will not solve there issues. Math and Physics proves that. Those technologies for one do not provide enough power output for such a mass population and even if more updated Solar and Wind tech was being made there is still and issue of cost to build them, land available or the high cost of ocean platforms. This does not seem feasible. What they can do is research and build Thorium Reactors from the private sector. They should invest and allow this technology to be realized. Even environmentalists and the people of Japan should have no issues with Thorium and here is why.

http://www.wired.com/magazine/2009/12/ff_new_nukes/all/1

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/is-thorium-the-ans...

http://energyfromthorium.com/essay3rs/

http://energyfromthorium.com/ieer-rebuttal/

http://www.thorium.tv/en/thorium_reactor/thorium_reactor_1.php

Ryan Dawson knows Fukushima

We live in Japan. If you want to know whats really going on in Fukushima ask Ryan!
Rys2sense.com , whatreallyhappened.com
I have been able to get to know Ryan and he talks about this A LOT.
Also search him on YouTube. He talks about Fukushima many many times.

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