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Underground Nuclear Explosion At Crippled Japan Atomic Plant Shocks World

An ominous edict issued from the Office of the President of Russia today to all Ministries of the Russian Government ordering that all “past, present and future” information relating to Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster now be rated at the highest classification level “Of Special Importance” states that this condition is “immediately and urgently needed” due to a series of underground nuclear explosions occurring at this crippled atomic plant on 31 December as confirmed by the Ministry of Defense (MoD).

“Of Special Importance” is Russia’s highest classification level and refers to information which, if released, would cause damage to the entire Russian Federation.

The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster was a catastrophic failure at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant on 11 March 2011. The failure occurred when the plant was hit by a tsunami triggered by the 9.0 magnitude Tōhoku earthquake.

The plant began releasing substantial amounts of radioactive materials beginning on 12 March 2011 becoming the largest nuclear incident since the 1986 Chernobyl disaster and the second (with Chernobyl) to measure at the highest Level 7 on the International Nuclear Event Scale (INES).

According to this report, MoD “assests” associated with the Red Banner Pacific Fleet detected two “low-level” underground atomic explosions occurring in the Fukushima disaster zone on 31 December, the first measuring 5.1 magnitude in intensity, followed by a smaller 3.6 magnitude explosion moments later.

The MoD further reports that the 5.1 magnitude event corresponds to the energy equivalent in megatons of TNT of 0.0005, while the 3.6 magnitude event equals 0.0000005.

As a comparison, the MoD states that the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945 by the United States released the equivalent of 16 Kilotons = 0.016 megatons of TNT, about the energy equivalent of a magnitude 6 earthquake, and the largest hydrogen bomb ever detonated was the Tsar bomb, a device exploded by the Soviet Union on 30 October 1961, with an energy equivalent of about 50 megatons of TNT.

Important to note, this report continues, was that the architect of Fukushima Daiichi Reactor 3, Uehara Haruo, warned on 17 November 2011 warned that a “China Syndrome” (aka: Hydrovolcanic Explosion) was “inevitable” due to the melted atomic fuel that had escaped the container vessel and was now burning through the earth.

The MoD further reports that evidence that these underground nuclear explosions were about to occur began after mysterious steam plumes were first spotted on 19 December for a short period of time, then again on 24, 25, 27 December, and confirmed by a report Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) published on its website.

Most curious to note, this report continues, is that the United States appears to have had a more advanced notice of these underground nuclear explosions as evidenced by their purchase earlier this month (6 December) of 14 million doses of potassium iodide, the compound that protects the body from radioactive poisoning in the aftermath of severe nuclear accidents, to be delivered before the beginning of February 2014.

With experts now estimating that the wave of radiation from Fukushima will be 10-times bigger than all of the radiation from the entire world’s nuclear tests throughout history combined, and with new reports stating that dangerous radiation levels have been detected in snows found in Texas, Colorado and Missouri, this MoD report warns the US, indeed, is going to face the severest consequences of this historic, and seemingly unstoppable, nuclear disaster.

And not just to human beings either is this nuclear disaster unfolding either, this report grimly warns, but also to all biological systems as new reports coming from the United States western coastal areas are now detailing the mass deaths of seals, sea lions, polar bears, bald eagles, sea stars, turtles, king and sockeye salmon, herring, anchovies, and sardines due to Fukishima radiation.

As to the American people being allowed to know the full and horrific mass death event now unfolding around them, this report warns, is not be as the Obama regime has, in effect, ordered all of their mainstream news media organs not to report it, and as recently confirmed by former MSNBC host Cenk Uygur who was told not to warn the public about the danger posed by the meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear plant during his time as a host on the cable network.

And with Russian experts now warning that as Fukushima pollution spreads all over Earth (as large amounts of fish, seaweeds, and everything in ocean has been already been polluted, and these products are the main danger for mankind as they can end up being eaten by people on a massive scale) this report warns that Putin’s order to classify all information relating to this nuclear mass death event “Of Special Importance” is vital to protect the economic and social stability interests of the Russian Federation as this global catastrophe continues to worsen by the day.


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  • A Californian

    I’m as concerned as the next guy about this situation, but that “melt-through” graphic is ridiculous. If nuclear material is melting through the planet’s crust, it is being pulled by gravity toward earth’s center. Do you think it will keep going, against gravity, straight through to the other side? Really? I’m afraid that image discredits the entire story.

    • hidflect

      They don’t literally mean it would melt through to China. It’s a metaphor to illustrate how it will sink. It will only go as far as some water laden sedimentary layer and then effuse/explode into the air as it blasts the water into gas.

  • john

    just another political hush hush in America because it could effect the next election. So sad that no one is publishing this. As to Japan. The international Lawsuits that are coming ur way , u will never be able to survive as a country. I mean come on. You sit in the ring of fire , who ever designed this should have always planned on a major wave like what took this out.

    • Peter

      That, my friend, would be General Electric. GE.

    • TimeForTruth

      Its not their fault. Log story short….. A hole was drilled into the sea bed floor. A nuke war head was placed in it, then HAARPed. This is what created the Tsunami. Perfect cover for the warhead waste as it is a nuke power plant. #1. Contractor paperwork for the hole can be found. #2. seismic records show it was not an earthquake. #3. No quake damage to any buildings in the surrounding areas, only damage was from the Tsunami. Follow the money people & beware of the coming Jew World Order!



  • http://www.snopes.com/photos/technology/fallout.asp Clam

    fact check:
    The California Emergency Management Agency concurred with that assessment:
    Jordan Scott, a spokesman for the California Emergency Management Agency, said nuclear experts had reassured officials in his office that “there is no danger at this time.”

    Scott said they also have been told that, should a meltdown occur at one of Japan’s quake-damaged nuclear reactors, “it is highly unlikely that we would see any effects of it here.”

    “Things would have to get kind of ‘end of days’ for us to see even a little bit of it here. We’re talking very extreme,” Scott said. “We’re just too far for anything to really reach us. A majority of the materials that would come out of there in a meltdown would dissipate” within miles, he said.

    • Jason Fleming

      snopes is a piece of shit

  • anon

    Melt down occurs because the core is overheated. Now that the core has melted down, it is in the earth not the reactor containment building. The containment building has berylium reflectors that reflect the neutrons back into the uranium fuel. Without these, the reaction quickly dies down, stops producing heat, and begins to cool. As these are sinking into the earth, they are getting cooler, not hotter. In fact significantly cooler due to being in contact with cold rock in the ground that conducts the heat away. Long before this reaches the core of the earth, and likely even before it reaches the mantel, it will have dropped to a temperature below the melting point of rock, and it will remain at some depth under the ground, but will then stay there. It won’t go deep enough to hit the deep waters of the earth and make a steam explosion. Even if it did, it wouldn’t be vaporized by this event, as it is getting cooler, not hotter, as time goes on. A steam explosion doesn’t produce any more heat, just converts the hot water into steam (and in fact this will further cool the reactor, the same way as when an iron worker quenches his red hot work piece by putting it into a tub of water). Would such a steam explosion push the stuff back to the surface? Probably not. The reactor material weighs hundreds of tons. Launch it 5 miles into the air? No way. Sorry, that’s fiction, and will never be anything more.

    • Timothy Dunlap

      I think people are concerned about explosions, because we were told all our lives that nuclear reactors cannot explode. And, somehow these did.
      Including the reactor 4 building, whose reactor wasn’t running and wasn’t fueled.

      At least one of the explosions did blast material miles into the air, as the Japanese military was recovering spent fuel pellets 30 kilometers away.

      More to the point: plutonium and uranium were measured in Hawaii, Alaska, and California. I notice the original EPA .pdf file report has been removed from the internet, but many bloggers reported on it at the time. You can still find the information.

      I’m sure that was from reactor 3, which exploded. The reactor could not be seen in aerial photos after the blast. And, the thick concrete walls of the building were disintegrated.

      The material in the ground has been fissioning all this time, as evidenced by the continuing production of iodine 131, reported in Korea, among other places. And as evidenced by the steam we see from the reactor 3 site.

      It should be obvious what happened in March of 2011. But people don’t want to accept that Magna BSP had the opportunity and the motive to make the explosions happen. They installed the “cameras” that had 800-pound bases, big enough for forward-positioned nukes. They had the opportunity to install the Stuxnet virus. They pulled their people OUT, and handed over security to Japanese employees, shortly before the catastrophe. It is the only explanation for the explosions. Which pulverized concrete and made a reactor disappear and blasted reactor fuel into the sky.

      • liljohn

        It was a hydrogen explosion from pressurized gases leaked out of the pressure vessel.

        • John Forster

          Reactor 4 was unfueled. No H2 can build up in an unfueled reactor but even then a H2 explosion is NOT powerful enough to obliterate the massive reinforced concrete containment walls.
          People need to look at the hi-res photos linked to from this article to see the devastation.
          Something really stinks here.

          • KitemanSA

            However, TEPCO workers did try to vent the H2 from reactor 3 thru the vent stack between 3&4. The gas backed up thru an open valve into unit 4 where it exploded. Nice try by TEPCO, no so nice result.

    • Steven

      If the medium that absorbs neutrons in the reactor (heavy water, sodium, etc.) is missing, the rate of fission increases and the fuel melts. Once molten, the incredibly dense fuel has an excellent chance of displacing less dense fuel pellet filler material on its way down. Once this highly fissile “blob” hits something that slows it down and compresses it into a tighter space, the reaction rate increases. The steam releases on the days prior to the underground explosion indicate to me that someone might be trying to cool down the “blob” so it can be contained by tunneling under it and spreading it out daily into nice thin pancakes that have a reduced fission reaction rate; thereby dropping the temperature, and aiding recovery and/or containment to prevent a fresh water aquifer contamination.

      BTW, I also thought the Melt-Through Point graphic was ludicrous.

      • KitemanSA

        Sorry Steven, you have it backwards. Without the moderator, the fission stops. There has been no observable induced fission in any of the three reactors since they SCAMed because of the earth quake. And the cooling processes were working well until the tsunami took out the emergency diesel power system.

        The problem is that without the coolant, the fission product decay heat will heat up the core enough to melt it. It took quite a while for TEPCO to cool the molten core material back down to “Cold Shutoff” conditions.

  • Zharkov

    Dirt will moderate the fission reaction to the point that it will eventually stop. No chance of a deep meltdown but groundwater will continue to be poisoned by reactor fuel.

    Airborne radioactive ash is a different story. Anyone can monitor the air radiation level at their location by duct taping a MERV 13 electrostatic furnace filter to a box fan, place a negative ionizer behind it on the air intake side (Wien or equivalent), and let the fan/filter/ionizer combo run for 4 to 8 hours, then measure the air filter radioactivity with a geiger counter. If the filter radiation is the same as normal radiation background, your lungs are probably safe…for now.

  • FredT

    I find it utterly amazing that this catastrophe is not being reported thru main stream media. It’s the perfect example of the loss of freedom all over the world not just the U.S. We have let this happen while living in our comfort bubble. As a international body, wd shd be helping find a solution. And the Greed stay Greedy.

    • KitemanSA

      The MSM generally only report on catastrophes. And since TEPCO got the situation under control, there is no catastrophe to dwell on. They do on occasion get some credentialed presstitute to try to stir up fear, uncertainty and doubt, but most folks seem to realize it is all hype driven by the anti-nukes and don’t listen. Good on them!

  • John

    Ancients had technology to deal w their nuclear reactors via green glass. We could build a double tornado to space. We could build a giant magnetic rail gun and blast it into space.
    The solutions are endless and can exist to clear it up do not let gives fool you they have a lot of knowledge about nuclear fuel clean up and removing it from the body but the money exists which somehow instead of creating productivity somehow makes many people lazy.
    Greed going to ruin the world, do we have the potential of a true hero out there or is everyone so numb 50 people cant use their brains to solve a pollution problem?
    We’ve lost enough people and wildlife from the disaster, start thinking or begin sinking.

  • Zharkov

    It is disgusting to see public officials tell us it is safe.

    There is no safe level for Plutonium. External radiation may not result in immediate burns or blisters, internal radiation is a seriously different story. One RAD of Alpha radiation is many times more damaging to body tissue than one RAD of Gamma radiation.

    “Scott said they also have been told that, should a meltdown occur at ONE of Japan’s quake-damaged nuclear reactors, ‘it is highly unlikely that we would see any effects of it here.'”

    How about THREE Fukushima reactors melting down and blowing radioactive ash into the Jet Stream? And how about all that MOX (Uranium + Plutonium fuel) stored above the reactors that blew sky high.

    It’s not Chernobyl again – it’s far worse – a global nuclear emergency and there is no plan to end it anytime soon. The Fukushima scenario had never been foreseen by nuclear engineers. Public officials told us that a nuclear meltdown was “impossible”. These people have zero credibility today.

    Sea life in the Pacific Ocean can’t wait “several generations” for the airborne and water-carried radiation to end.

  • Jim Hurt

    As I recall my college calculus and physics days, am I correct thinking nuclear waste does not evaporate away ….. It has half life?

    • James Coyne

      Yeah, its half-life is how long it takes for it to exponentially decay and lose half of its potency.

  • zion

    anon you know shit bout nuclear reactions! sorry but its like that! ;)

  • R C

    Please don’t believe in ANYTHING coming from Russia! Russians claimed they use water to power new cars.

  • Zharkov

    You, as a human being, have a half life of about 37 years, but most radioactive isotopes have half-lives longer than yours.

    Some exceptions are Iodine 131 which can vaporize with a half life of about 8 days, and Strontium 90 at 29 years, and Cesium 137 with a half life about equal to your own.

    Bromine 82 has a half life of about 35 hours, while Plutonium 244 has a half life of 820,000,000 years, while Uranium 235 has a half life of 70,400,000,000 years.

    So after about 1.6 billion years, Pu244 will be mostly gone. U235 takes far longer. We can’t wait that long for TEPCO to clean up their mess.

  • Zharkov

    Correction: Most of the dangerous radioactive isotopes produced by a nuclear power reactor have longer half lives. Most other isotopes have short half lives.

    As numerous open-air atomic tests have proven, cancer rates in America will increase dramatically over the next 10 years from exposure to Fukushima fallout.

    A huge number of people are “dead men walking” today without knowing it yet. It takes some time for those microscopic bits of radioactive ash in our lungs and digestive tract to damage enough cell DNA to create tumors. The more radiation exposure, the quicker cancer begins, which is why sailors on the USS Ronald Reagan became ill so quickly.

    • SA Kiteman

      Fukushima Fallout??? Fukushima was not a nuclear blast. We got a little (emphasize that little) iodine coming down from the clouds for a short while, but nothing recently. The iodine won’t crate a detectible difference. Indeed, if you wanted to consume a 1% lethal dose of the I-131 in one sitting, you would have died about 100 times over from water toxicity of the rainwater it can down in.
      The only other radioactive contamination to each the US will be the waterborne RadCon, and it hasn’t actually reached us thru the water yet. It will be about a million times lower than drinking water standards by the time it gets here.
      Fukushima will not cause any noticable effect here in the States except MAYBE (unlikely but maybe) a slight increase in hypertyroidism in newbornes.

  • tony

    how about we look outside this idea of the E.Q, that was a mag 9, , go have a look at all youtube videos just befor the E.Q struck, no damage to any structures at all, japan was going to sell enritched urainiun to IRAN, Israel exploded a nuclear device from the coast of japan , with a second warning we [ISRAEL] HAVE 2 MORE FOR YOU JAPAN . HAVE A LOOK AT JAPAN JUST BEFOR THE SO CALLED MEGA E.Q. STRUCK

  • e.z

    Jew world order? For real? I don’t know of I can monosylabically express how toe headed that is enough for you to understand. You are scum. You discredit all conspiracy probabitists globally as racist biggots…because you dumbshits are vocal about it.

  • J (@smashdracs)

    I smell stupid every time a link gets posted to snopes.com

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