Fukushima: Apocalypse In The Making

Posted by Henry Paterson | October 29, 2013 20

I am not worried about ancient calendars, or alien invasions for precisely the same reason that other people are, because people will blind themselves to facts in pursuit of their beliefs.

People are blinding themselves, or allowing themselves to be blinded to the threat Fukushima represents.


Biblical references aside, the fact remains that this is happening and too many people don’t want to see it.


Alexandra Bruce
October 24, 2013We know it’s bad – but how bad?10 days ago from this writing, the sardine fishery of British Columbia, Canada was reported to have “inexplicably” collapsed. Simply no sardines were caught and the fleet went home, empty-handed. Starfish and seal populations in that region are also collapsing.We’ve heard now about three complete meltdowns that are occurring at the afflicted power plant at Fukushima – but we’ve never heard about the fact that there are actually 6 reactors at the site! We know that this week, 2 separate typhoons (the term for hurricanes in the western Pacific) will be colliding exactly over Fukushima this week, all the better to disperse the unfathomable tonnage of hot particles into the Pacific Ocean Basin, set to do further ruin to the already-collapsing ecosystems throughout this immense area.Were there to be a fire spread, due to the hundreds of unsecured nuclear fuel rods at the plant today, a chain reaction could occur and “The Northern Hemisphere could easily be facing an extreme fallout situation, where everybody would have to shelter indoors for several months or more,” according to Christina Consolo, Founder of Nuked Radio. When interviewed by Russia Today, Consolo’s assessment was that the worst case scenario could play out into the deaths of “billions of people. A true apocalypse.” – See more at: Forbidden Knowledge

I have posted this before, and assure you I will post it again. I will keep posting it as long as this crisis continues to develop. For anyone who wants to minimize it, consider this:
The contamination of Fukushima is not limited to the ocean. That is bad enough, but it goes much further. As someone who has made the Pacific Northwest my home I regularly see the runs of salmon up the rivers, deep inland. Studies have shown that significant amounts of the land’s nitrogen come from these salmon, which run sometimes hundreds of miles inland to breed and are fed upon by mammals and birds, their bodies scattered far and wide. They spend their lives in the Pacific, eating contaminated shrimp, contaminated water filtering through their gills, and bring all that inland to distribute wide.

Deep ocean creatures and zooplankton come to the surface at night to feed, and carry contamination back down with them where deep ocean currents that span the globe will carry it everywhere.

70% of the planet is covered with oceans, within the oceans are plant life and phytoplankton that produce most of the oxygen we breathe. Deforestation of the Amazon gets the press because they can show pictures of it on the news, and Sting uses his name talking about it and all for a good cause but it is nothing compared to the oxygen sources in the oceans.

Think not eating fish anymore will protect you? Where does the nitrogen fertilizer you put on your home garden come from? Or the fertilizers used on huge corporate farms? No, I am not worried about zombies or Mayans or Reptilians. I am worried about the blindness to the problems that are facing us right now.

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I would like nothing more than the proof of various cryptids, alien civilizations, even alien visitors to be found. But that proof will come only through rigorous science and objective analysis, and by holding evidence to the highest standards of scrutiny. Born in south eastern Pennsylvania, i have found myself at one time or another living in Chicago, Cleveland, Raleigh-Durham, on the island of Kaua'i and finally landed on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. I have turned my hand to various professions from early work in 3d graphics to historic building restoration, carpentry and log home building to working in a bronze art foundry on the WWII Veterans Memorial. Currently I am a writer, script writer and working for a non profit organization called Empowerment Through Connection which is involved in equine assisted therapy for veterans, at risk teens and women.

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20 Responses

  • radioredrafts

    We need to develop some kind of technology to deal with this crisis because what’s available now clearly isn’t sufficient. Just think how much pain can be avoided if we simply USE LESS ENERGY. We wouldn’t even need nuclear plants. Of course it might mean getting smaller refrigerators and sweating a bit indoors during the summer, and not going to Google for every curious whim, and maybe forgoing things like background music and having the lights on twenty four hours a day and extra runs to the store for a sixpack of beer, and a hundred other frivolous things we burn energy for every day.

    Oh well, if we don’t curtail our energy use, Mother Nature will do it for us, rather unpleasantly. She may have already started. Maybe all we can do now is cut our losses. And if we would, we’d better get started.

  • tim sweeney

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  • Guest

    Right now I am a firm believer that our society, heck our entire civilization needs a good old smack across the face and knock us down a few pegs. Just looking at whats going on with US politics furthers strengthens this belief. Humanity is just too full of itself.

    Sorry for my bleak comment, I am in a very dark place right now.
    Good night.

  • Scott_McMan

    Unless it has something to do with a smart phone or pop culture, people are either oblivious, in denial or both.

    Furthermore, there will be those who will avoid even reading this article out of fear of knowing. It’s the same thing with global warming. Ridiculous denial.

    Fukushima needs world attention, NOW! Obama is so concerned about his Obamacare legacy and being seen with his Hollywood buddies, I’ve not heard a peep out of him regarding this crisis.

    Henry, you are blessed to be living near some of the most pristine areas in the world, but you are also one of the first who get the fallout.

    Has anyone seen the report on Bluefin Tuna: http://muldersworld.com/photo.asp?id=5819

    It won’t take long for the entire Pacific to be contaminated. Some will say the sheer size of that expanse will make it impossible, but just watch it happen. How about no fish to eat? How about no fish for animals to eat? How about no scraps for birds? Oh and before that happens, animals and birds will eat contaminated fish and become contaminated themselves and lets not forget those once clean mountain streams that are right now being blanketed with radiation.

    People have no perception of how a chain reaction works. Suffice it to say, we are destroying this world and we think we are never going to have to worry about a thing.

    Henry actually makes a reference to this being Biblical. That’s a rare thing for Henry to say. This is serious, deadly serious. Oh but you’d better get in line because a new Iphone is coming out in 6 months.

  • LOOMfreek

    Thanks for posting this Henry. Every time I think of this it enrages me. How come all the world’s governments and US allies aren’t pressuring Japan to clean up their mess and hold them accountable? I don’t get it.

  • Semper_5

    I met a guy in Tucson who worked for GE on loan to the Fukushima plant to set it up. He said his crew’s work days were designed around maximum exposure or 3 and a half work hours; and also mandatory double or triple shifts. Guess it’d make the people involved in allowing that look pretty bad too. Who knows how many agencies internal and external to Japan are involved. But to put it in perspective…

    Take a look at the fallout maps of the US just from testing in Utah. Contaminants found in milk, sick kids, mutations, etc. etc. Fukushima Apocalypse? Pfft. Just more poison on the pile.

  • except that Fukushima is continuing to happen, threatening to get worse and affecting a fundamental part of the planets ecology, all while governments are hiding it.

  • Semper_5

    So is gas seam fracking and the day to day operations of most power companies, mining operations, petrochemical companies, electrical goods manufacturers, etc. etc. I’m not saying it’s not serious – it is. And it /is/ also being dealt with. Who’s hiding anything? Tune into NHK it’s 24/7 Fukushima, crying fishermen, sick children, sweating politicians and plant officials.

    Look if you feel strongly about it – and you should – sign up for, and pay extra for, clean energy. Most power companies these days offer green plans. Lobby congress etc. May as well add: demand ethically sourced electronics (no conflict minerals or exploitative third world practices) to the list while I’m dreaming.

  • There is no such things clean energy, only ignorance of people as to the impact that alternative sources of energy have.

    Who is hiding anything? Is the USDA calling for mandatory contamination test? While the government quietly raised acceptable exposure levels. Are you hearing any of this

  • Semper_5

    The sources for this stuff seem a little nebulous. I mean conspiracy sites all seem to refer to each other as a source – including this one. You sure you’re not just buying into a modern myth? I mean we can all agree that Fukushima is a tragedy, and an environmental horror – but the sources for the core points of this stuff seem to be missing in action.

  • Japan has admitted to the leaks, and the volume of contamination. Contaminated tuna have been caught off the California coast, contaminated algae tested east of Hawai’i. I do not consider NPR a conspiracy theory source. Other countries affected are also doing the research.

  • Semper_5

    There’s a world of difference between groundwater washing down from the mountains and causing seepage from the plant into the ocean and “Japan is dumping radioactive waste into the ocean and governments are covering it up” as the foil-caps are reporting. This /is/ an ecological disaster. But if you are claiming conspiracy there needs to be more than fact-free murmuring on the science-fiction internet to back it up. You say NPR is your source – great. Point me to the show and I’ll check it out. But it doesn’t quote NPR above in your article it links to “forbidden knowledge” who conclude their “article” by mentioning the unnamed “YouTuber”who created the clip believes Fukushima is a fulfillment of biblical prophesy.

    This stuff comes pretty close to being a free-form Alternate Reality Game. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alternate_reality_game

  • Henry

    NPR is not cited in the article because it was on their news that I first heard about the extent of the leakage and that Japan had covered kept quiet about it until recently.

    That other news sources remain silent on the issue may or may not be an indication of cover-up, but that is hardly relevant since in either case the extent. and nature of the problem is not being made public.

    However, if want a non foil hat wearing source, here is one which goes further to cite Forbes as one of its sources.


  • IThinkso

    Br. Henry, beware, your milieu is catching up, you are sounding like a conspiracy theorists … http://www.tomatobubble.com/id196.html

  • All you need do is show me where I have said anything which can be refuted. Show me a presumption I have drawn between unrelated facts.

  • IThinkso

    The doubt, that something is hidden. A government is, of the people, by the people, so is the distrust, which exists among family members too.

  • Henry

    That is the philosophy on which the US government was founded. In practice it is demonstrably not the case. The electoral college exists to separate the voter from the process of choosing the leaders.

  • IThinkso

    A perfect fit.

  • Semper_5

    Hope this will still parse despite the whole paranoid sci-fi world-view thing: http://news.yahoo.com/japan-starts-offshore-wind-farm-near-fukushima-092857354–finance.html Sounds like good news to me.

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