Saturday, May 28, 2011

Astounding allegation of nuclear sabotage at Fukushima

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By CanSpeccy

Aangirfan provides the following link without comment:

Did the Dimona Dozen murder the Fukushima 50?

The story seems so far out that it is hard to take it in the least bit seriously except that it raises one very curious question: if the Fukushima nuclear disaster was the result of Force 9.1 earthquake, why was there virtually no earthquake damage -- only damage by the tsunami, which occurred 40 minutes after the quake and destroyed hitherto undamaged buildings?

To make it clear why that is so remarkable, one needs to understand that a force 9.1 magnitude earthquake releases energy equivalent to half a gigaton of TNT, that's five hundred million tons of TNT, or the energy released by 50,000 Hiroshima-sized nukes.

It appears, however, that contrary to the claim made in this article, the quake epicenter was offshore, not on land, although it was close -- about 120 km East of the city of Sendai.

The article draws attention to one other very curious point, which is the presence at Fukushima of half-ton Israeli security cameras (see image at top right) which might conceal one of these.


  1. Re: the absence of large-scale damage due to Japan's 2011 magnitude 9.1 quake prior to the tsunami

    Here are some comments and links on WRH concerning the massive damage from Chile's 2010 magnitude 8.8 offshore quake.

  2. Thanks for the link.

    - Aangirfan

  3. Here are videos of the explosions of Reactors 3 and 4.

    The explosion of Reactor 4 produces a white cloud that expands more rapidly in the horizontal than the vertical plane. No flash or flame is seen and the color of the vapor produced is consistent with a blast due to the ignition of an air-hydrogen mixture which yields water vapor, i.e., steam.

    The explosion of Reactor 3, produces a dark grey cloud that expands much more rapidly in the vertical than in the horizontal plane. The explosion begins with the momentary appearance of a fireball. As the column of dark material ascends it initially forms a mushroom cloud. Expansion of the cloud is accompanied by three loud explosions at intervals of about one second. Chunks of debris can be seen falling out of the cloud from a height several times that of the tower beside the reactor.

    Can anyone explain the difference?