Did the CIMSS Satellite Blog, http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes/blog/archives/14140, from the prestigious University of Wisconson tamper with its data?
Watch this animation and note the odd “jump” as the Typhoon, which dumped 33 inches of rain in just a few hours, passes the stricken nuclear plants.
If so, the only reason I can think of would have been to soften the blow dealt to Fukushima by a little animation slight of hand. TEPCO admits it released “rain water” from the storage tanks on the site. What it doesn’t say is that those tanks hold radioactive water.
I find it curious that reports of the devastation caused by the Typhoon at Fukushima are bland, brief, balsamic and banal.
Details are in short supply.
Is that because TEPCO and the Japanese government have not changed their deceptive tricks, storm or no storm?
IC SAFER, the International Commission to Study and Finalize Environmental Remediation, is essential precisely because no one is answering these, or worse by far, any of the other questions about what can really be done to safeguard the world from nuclear devastation starting with Fukushima and, worse yet, no one is doing it.
We, the Natural Solutions Foundation, Ambassador Murata and Professor Chris Busby, are doing something about it.
We are seeking significant funding to discover and develop the new technologies that are needed now to solve the crisis. But first we need your assistance to secure the smaller funding needed to hire staff, do preliminary studies, etc., to implement IC SAFER and make the planet safer for you and your children.
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Here is our original call for the establishment of IC SAFER:
And here is my initial report on the dangers of Fukushima weather:
Yours in health and freedom,
PS – Here are two news stories that amplify my concerns:
“TEPCO, which has been struggling to deal with a series of leaks at its Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, said workers at the plant were “on vigil” and accumulated rainwater had been released from storage tanks.”
33 Inches of Rain from Typhoon Wipha; New Storm Brewing