Remember Fukushima?

By Gina Flores

Staff Writer at NoFakeNews.net

Do you remember Fukushima? When this tragedy occurred back on March 11, 2011 it was headline news every single day. Fukushima was on the minds of everybody and we all heard the comparisons between what transpired in Japan and the horrible nuclear accident in Chernobyl many years earlier.

Four and a half years later we are, for all intents and purposes, not being told very much about the status of Japan’s worst nuclear accident.

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Made in China: Jade Rabbit Rover Heads to the Moon

By Dr. John L. Reizer

Editor at NoFakeNews.net

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On December 2, 2013, China launched a rocket into deep space that was carrying a lunar, robotic device designed to crawl along the moon’s surface. According to mainstream media sources, China’s lunar robot, Jade Rabbit, is somewhat similar to the models used by NASA to explore the planet Mars.

As is always the case with deep space journeys sponsored by the world’s space agencies, the missions are quite limited with respect to their intended objectives. What I mean by that last sentence is that any space missions that have the ultimate ambition of leaving the comfy confines of Low Earth Orbits (LEO’s) will most assuredly be unmanned expeditions. The reason for this fact is pretty damn obvious. Unfortunately, nobody in the mainstream media seems to have the guts or the editorial permissions to write about the truth regarding space exploration. The truth be told, every space agency in the world most likely lacks the technological capabilities to properly construct space ships that can protect astronauts from the dangers that are inherently present in deep space. This is why they continuously send robotic rovers to the moon and Mars instead of men.

If it were truly possible to send human beings through the Van Allen Belts into deep space where a plethora of lethal micrometeorites, cosmic rays, and other problems that constantly challenge the lives of astronauts exist, we would, undoubtedly, see such missions taking place on a regular basis. In fact, this is the exact reason we do not see manned missions in deep space.

Since the Apollo missions occurred in the late 60’s and early 70’s, there have been zero manned missions executed in deep space by any government space agencies. Why have there not been other missions to the moon? Are we supposed to believe that countries such as Russia and China have not had an interest in deep space travel?

The official lines of disinformation routinely thrown around by NASA that claim human beings had the technological capability to travel to the moon forty years ago and then decided it was too expensive to continue the practice is absolutely preposterous. In the last 40 years there has not been one mission by any country that has attempted to send an astronaut on a voyage that even orbited the moon. Sure, we sent men to the moon, a strategic military destination that overlooks Earth, and then decided we would never go back again. This makes perfect sense and should raise no eyebrows whatsoever.

Can you think of any technologies that have been achieved, discovered, invented, or come to fruition that have not been significantly advanced since their inception? Automobiles, telephones, televisions, airplanes, radios, computers, military weapons, video games, and any other technologies you can possibly think of have all been significantly improved and made more effective than when they were originally designed.

Whatever happened to NASA’s Lunar Module technology? Why haven’t we seen this piece of equipment improved and used in newer missions to the moon? And what about NASA’s space suit technology? Has it been improved to the point where it can actually protect astronauts from the hazards encountered in deep space? There are countless accusations by many people that claim the Apollo space suits were inadequately designed and quite incapable of protecting astronauts from cosmic radiation during the lunar missions. Why hasn’t NASA proved the effectiveness of these garments? They could easily settle the debate by allowing scientists to use the suits to protect workers that are currently attempting to clean up the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster? Certainly, a space suit that protected astronauts from deadly cosmic radiation on their way to the moon could be useful in protecting workers cleaning up a facility like Fukushima? Such a demonstration would go a long way in convincing skeptics about the effectiveness of the technology with respect to its ability to protect a person against radioactivity.

The fact that we continue to send robotic equipment instead of human beings on missions that venture past the Van Allen Belts is a telltale sign that man has probably never achieved successful deep space travel or been to the moon with Apollo.

What do you think about this subject?

Situation at Fukushima Threatens Entire World!

 

By Dr. John L. Reizer

Editor at NoFakeNews.net

reizer3On March 11, 2011 the Fukushima Nuclear Power plants were crippled by a massive earthquake and Tsunami wave. At the time of the incident, much of the world was focused intently on the severe damage the large wall of ocean water caused when it poured onto coastal Japan. The salt water made its way inland for several miles and quickly destroyed property and lives.

As terrible as the initial trauma from the earthquake and Tsunami wave was for Japan, the worst was yet to come for the rest of the world. The truth of the matter is that the previous sentence still holds true today. The radiation that is being produced and released into the Pacific Ocean, by the completely destroyed nuclear power plants at Fukushima, is polluting the entire world as well as the planet’s food chain.

In my opinion, we are still not being told the truth about how much lethal radiation the rest of the planet is being exposed to. This news cover-up is being carried out so that the nuclear energy industry can ultimately protect its reputation at any cost. There are plenty of greedy corporations in existence that couldn’t care less about poisoning our planet. Their only concerns continue to be earning profits and finding more feasible ways to build new nuclear energy plants, in the future, so they can continue to produce cheap energy, regardless of the apparent risks involved.

Recently, a Japanese professor commented on how extremely dangerous the Fukushima problem continues to be for the rest of the world. Despite the grave situation in Japan, we hear very little in the mainstream news about the risks to our environment and seafood. We hear very little news about the radiation coming from Fukushima that continues to impact the west coast of the United States.

Radiation is odorless, tasteless, and invisible. Its effects on human beings, however, are not so transparent and benign. Radiation poisoning is very real and it accumulates in bodily tissues over time.

Fukushima’s catastrophic accident in 2011 has assured the rest of the world a major spike in cancers and radiation related diseases for many years to come. Of course the mainstream news will never link the increase in diseases worldwide to the radiation coming from Japan.

The most troubling aspect of this story is that the crisis in Japan will not end anytime soon. It is completely out of control and not fixable by current technologies that are available to scientists and industry experts within the field of nuclear energy.

What do you think about this topic?

What the Heck is Happening in Japan?

By Dr. John Reizer

Editor at NoFakeNews.net

You don’t hear too much news coming from our major media companies regarding the status of the crippled nuclear reactors in Fukushima. If this isn’t a concerted effort, by the controllers of information, to shield the public from the horrific events currently taking place in Japan, then I don’t know what else you could call such an obvious blackout of the world’s worst nuclear accident.

Just this morning, I read an alternative media post that reported radiation levels in Japan were the highest they’ve been since the accident occurred. Other countries, around the world, have been reporting similar stories about significant levels of radiation being detected in their air, soil and water. The Fukushima radiation situation is no longer just a Japanese problem. It has, most definitely, become a global dilemma that will, undoubtedly, impact the health and wellbeing of millions of people in the years ahead.

Unfortunately, radiation is invisible to the human eye. It is also tasteless, colorless and odorless. In other words, we could be getting blasted with toxic radioactive particles, right now, and we’d never know we were being exposed to anything harmful.

I am angered over the fact that mainstream media companies have dropped the ball when it comes to providing the American people with accurate and up to the minute information concerning this very serious accident. There’s virtually no mainstream news about Fukushima.  In a sense, the major media companies have minimized the significance of Fukushima. What has happened in Japan is not a trivial event. In retrospect, it has become, potentially, one of the most significant health risks to humans and other animals that this planet has ever dealt with.

In spite of the seriousness of this tragedy, powerful entities, having strong ties to the nuclear energy industry, continue to flex their muscles and have been successful in their efforts to prevent the major media companies from providing the public with access to news that could shed light on what’s really taking place at these reactors.

In my opinion, we are not being told the truth about how much lethal radiation the rest of the planet is being exposed to. This news cover-up is being carried out so that the nuclear energy industry can ultimately protect its reputation at any cost. There are plenty of greedy corporations in existence that could care less about poisoning our planet. Their only concerns continue to be earning profits and finding more feasible ways to build new nuclear energy plants, in the future, so they can continue to produce cheap energy, regardless of the apparent risks involved.

Because mainstream media has been compromised and is currently unable to report the truth about this and other issues, alternative media sources must continue to make their presence known while attempting to fill the news and information void created by traditional sources. I believe this is the only way to keep people informed. This is why I have created NoFakeNews.net and why I will continue to provide original content and links coming from other alternative news websites.