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No One Died, 60 Minutes!
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Important, this Fukushima Fatalities and Injuries list absolutely proves the statement made in this recent Australian 60 minutes program (link below), that no one has died as a result of Fukushima Nuclear disaster is a lie!

Fatalities And Injuries Resulting From The Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe

A lie is being perpetrated on the Internet that no radiation related fatalities have resulted from the ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe.

Fatalities And Injuries Resulting From The Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe

<a href="http://technologypals.com.au/fatalities-and-injuries-resulting-from-the-fukushima-nuclear-catastrophe">http://technologypals.com.au/fatalities-and-injuries-resulting-from-the-fukushima-nuclear-catastrophe</a>


Inside the Fukushima reactor | 60 Minutes Australia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSNn7fdaPVs


In my opinion statements made in this 60 minutes program are not based on science as stated, but are nothing more than propaganda to try and revive the nuclear industry.

Everyone should be horrified that they are even attempting to do this white washing for the nuclear industry in the light of overwhelming evidence provide in the Fukushima Fatalities and Injuries list.

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Majia
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Apology without Responsibility?
http://majiasblog.blogspot.com/2018/10/a...ility.html

Quote:A former chairman of Tokyo Electric Power Co., operator of the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, apologized to victims of the 2011 nuclear disaster but would not acknowledge responsibility.
"I deeply apologize to those who died, their bereaved families, injured people, local people and society at large," Tsunehisa Katsumata, 78, said Oct. 29 during the 33rd hearing of a trial at the Tokyo District Court of three former TEPCO executives accused of professional negligence resulting in death and injury as a result of the disaster.

They know what they've done even as they continue to lie about it.
"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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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/10...-material/
Japan plans to flush Fukushima water 'containing radioactive material above permitted levels' into the ocean
October 2018
 
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http://caferadlab.com/thread-2772.html
 
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(01-03-2019, 04:41 PM)Code Wrote: It is easy to see there is a fatal flaw in humanity and the structure of civilizations. This might have had limited importance on a tribal scale, but now man has the ability to wipe out the ecosphere. Man remains an uncivil  lying savage, dressed in the suit and tie from his weaving machines.

Code, there is not a fatal flaw in humanity.  The flaw is in the sub-set of humanoids that haven't developed the brain structure necessary for empathy and conscience; psychopaths.  On a tribal scale it is easier to spot the psychopath by their deeds and take action to prevent them from harming others.  Hierarchical social structures provides opportunity for psychopaths to hide in plain sight. Humanity is being preyed upon.  You're right about the authoritarian followers that enable the control.  Humanity is learning hard lessons again.  

I liked the way you contrasted the lie with the facts on the ground. Hardly anyone dies from acute radiation poisoning, ah, but there is that health damage from less than acute radiation poisoning when man-made radioactive particulate matter is scattered around and later absorbed.
"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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https://nuclear-news.net/2019/09/08/toky...ima-water/

The Japanese government told diplomats on Wednesday they had not yet decided what to do with the roughly 1 million tons of radioactive water being stored at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

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Reprocessing all the water at Fukushima could take two years and would result in further delays to the enormous project of dismantling the wrecked reactors – which could take 40 years and cost up to 21.5 trillion yen ($192.5 billion), or roughly one-fifth of the Japanese government’s annual budget.

https://nuclear-news.net/2019/09/08/to-p...ima-water/

The Korean government is seeking international cooperation to prevent the Japanese government from discharging the contaminated water at its crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean.
September 6, 2019

https://nuclear-news.net All relevant. Great reporting, as expected from nuke-news.

Vietnamese trainees sue Fukushima firm over decontamination work
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The case is the latest in a string of inappropriate practices under the Japanese government’s Technical Intern Training Program which has been often criticized as a cover for cheap labor.
According to Zentouitsu Workers Union, a Tokyo-based labor union that supports foreign trainees, Hiwada made the plaintiffs conduct decontamination work in the cities of Koriyma and Motomiya in Fukushima Prefecture between 2016 and 2018.
The Vietnamese, who arrived in Japan in July 2015, also did pipe work in the town of Namie while evacuation orders were still in place.
The plaintiffs’ contracts only said they would be engaging in reinforcing steel placement and formwork installation.
Hiwada did not provide them with detailed explanation on decontamination work beforehand, and it did not offer sufficient training either.
“We were not told that it was dangerous work. I am very worried about my future health,” said one of the plaintiffs, a 36-year-old, in a written statement.
In separate instances, foreign trainees have said they were inappropriately involved in decontamination work in Fukushima, including a Vietnamese man who said in March last year that he was hired by a construction firm in Morioka, Iwate Prefecture.
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#7
The unsustainable legacy of the Nuclear Age 

The enduring legacy of the Nuclear Age is incompatible with the terrestrial
(and human) environment

"I have little doubt that the Nuclear Age has been an extreme breakthrough
in the development of processes and products which are absolutely incompatible with the Earth
environment, often really extraneous to it.
My argument has a basic physical reason, namely the enormous energy gap between nuclear and
chemical processes, which is of the order of a million times. As a consequence, the Nuclear Age has
produced artificial processes and products that Nature on the Earth is, and never will, absolutely be
able to get rid of. The Atomic Age has created problems that have no solution, and will all the more
worsen as – civil and military – nuclear technology shall be developed. Not to mention that nuclear
weapons imply the ongoing impending threat of destruction of the human society"

https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1812/1812.02332.pdf
Angelo Baracca
Retired Professor of Physics
we are healthy with background radiation but unhealthy with the same dose from fallout
 
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