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March 2021
Hello good people hope all are doing ok. 
May the people of Japan and all other living beings(that includes Earth..she is Alive) still suffering from the effects of Fukushima 10 years on....10 years and still barreling ahead with its poisonous releases....may you find some solace and peace.

I would like to give a shout out to radchick! Check out her site, she wrote an amazing piece for the ten year anniversary....nailed it!


Particulates persist
For all life they exist
On every list
Like they say
Careful for what you wish
They come they go
They stay they blow
They also resist
Play to pay
Check your decay
Shine, for all to glow
Easy prey as you are dismissed
Perpetrators have you as the snitch
Have no fear Mars is on the way
Though Earth shall have the last say
Swimming in circles, hacking at trolls
Planetary rumblings, creating new holes
Fukushimas legacy, history foretold
Though no one listened, now it's siege retains control
The silence about Fukushima is deafening.

I guess it's official... non stop bombardment of ionizing radiation from manmade sources injuring and killing 100s of millions of humans and the untold toll on all other life forms for decades  IS NOT A PANDEMIC......ok got it.

Actually we all got it
Are humans a pandemic?

"Of the 134,425 species included on the Red List, 37,480 are threatened with extinction, according to the IUCN."


Plants, insects, micro-organisms..... how many of those have gone extinct due to humans hubris
Thanks rthsmth, here's the link to Radchick's article and her site.  

Fukushima 10 Year – Why so Serious?
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
Brains brains brains...more brains please sir!



It's ok we can grow fungus meat in labs so Mars is cool! Plus EVs and automatons are going to stop natural disasters from stirring up the stew.....whew that was a close one humans...ha!
Quote:Hasegawa, the former head of Maeda Ward in Fukushima prefecture at the time of the Fukushima disaster, sums up the sentiment of most of Japanese citizens in northern Japan: “The nuclear plant took everything.… We are just in the way of the Olympics. In the end, the radiation-affected places like us are just in the way. They are going ahead just wanting to get rid of these places from Japan, to forget.”
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."

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