Thank you, Felibi, for continuing to pay attention to the situation - to witness TEPCO's Fukushima throughout it's ugly and threatening unraveling. Horse has carried a lot of responsibility in maintaining the watch here for us, and the world, so we may also witness entropy and human stupidity.
For a variety of reasons, I haven't been online a lot recently, more now thanks to Horse helping me out with a connectivity issue. I found my time offline very refreshing, though in some moments I felt anxious because I couldn't find and deliver the most recent nuclear news.
Now... now, I feel almost empty... like the energetic balloon I've carried all these years has lost some air and I'm coming down off that mental high. I want media to pick up the reins, ha, and do a better job reporting, to be more accurate, to throw away their bias, to watch the webcams and start asking the same questions Horse and others (folks at enenews
for example) have been asking over the course of six years as Fukushima has steamed; fired itself up; sparked; shook; fallen apart; killed robots; harmed human and marine life; caused financial harm to fishermen; caused people of Japan to lose their homes, health, belongings, and future security... to acknowledge that Fukushima is the worst nuclear catastrophe since Chernobyl and to show the world that "officials" are not being held accountable and that the US Navy Sailors of Operation Tomodachi are dying from their exposures. To stop parroting the nuclear pushing liars and apologists propaganda. To bring forth the findings of scientists and doctors whose work shows that, yes, radiation at any dose can cause irreparable harm to all life.
On a cheerier note, I'll soon receive Radu Motisan's radiation detection unit and will be broadcasting Uruguay data
direct to Radu's URadMonitor website
which tracks rad data around the world. I have a feeling the readings will be good.