Monday, October 21, 2013


By Erick San Juan

The coming self-destruction of humankind may well be only a minor prelude to a grand finale for the planet. Could a mega-nuclear blast at a geological pressure point like Fukushima puncture the Earth’s brittle crust and release a
flow of hot liquefied minerals from the mantle?

This is such a grim scenario for the world to witness after the March 11, 2011 Fukushima Daichi nuclear power plant disaster in Japan that even the corporate mainstream media are too afraid to discuss. Nuclear engineers and scientists believe that “the rising level of tritium measured in kelp samples south of the Fukushima 1 nuclear site is an indicator of intensifying nuclear reactions deep in the soil below the cracked reactors. Following the meltdowns in spring 2011, superheated fuel rods in up to three reactors have penetrated multiple barriers including the core shrouds, containment chambers and concrete foundations, escaping into the porous ground. Now inaccessible and scattered underground, the remnant fuel is getting hot enough to create huge flows of deuterium and radioactive tritium, which are commonly known as heavy water.

Two serious threats are emerging during this tritium build-up: medical effects of exposure to beta particles on top of gamma radiation from the Fukushima releases and more ominous, the possibility of a tritium-deuterium fusion reaction that triggers a plutonium blast more powerful than the 2011 explosion at Reactor 3.” (Source: Rising Tritium Could Trigger Huge Fukushima Blasts by Yoichi Shimatsu)

Another fact pointed out by Shimatsu is that the Fukushima nuclear plants rest atop the Abukuma block, a mega-sheet of bedrock uplifted by the subduction of the Pacific plate under the Okhotsk plate. Inside the impact zone, both plates are cracking under enormous pressure, which heats the rock into magma and causes volcanic activity in the region.

The hundreds of tons of escaped nuclear fuel beneath the Fukushma No.1 plant exceeds the combined weight of all fissile material in nuclear-weapons testing to date. If this melting mass of uranium and plutonium were to explode, the seams in the tectonic plates could be blown apart, unloosing rivers of magma onto the Earth’s surface. A vast cloud of radioactive particles, toxic gases, sulfur and industrial waste would encircle the globe with more deadly
consequences than the 1883 Krakatoa eruption.. The human species, a parasite dependant on other life-forms and vulnerable to oxygen depletion, will be among the first to go extinct.

A clear self-destruction but obviously triggered by nature which snowballed into a global catastrophe as studied by experts on the field that this is uncontainable, clearly a continuing nuclear disaster. ENE News reported that Kyoto University's Okada Norio, Yoshio Kajitani, Hirokazu Tatano and Beijing University's Tao Ye and Peijun Shi said that radioactive isotopes released from Fukushima were detected in North America and other regions in the world. The polluted water released by the Tokyo Electric Power Company wll likely affect the entire Pacific Ocean in the coming decades.

From a layman’s point of view, this nuclear disaster is not only contaminating the earth’s mantle but penetrated beyond the earth’s surface and worst, the earth’s largest body of water – the Pacific Ocean. It is very clear that both land and water are now at risk to be contaminated by nuclear radiation that is slowly creating a possible extinction scenario to all life forms in the offing.

May it be religious or scientific viewpoint, there seems to be a consensus that the final days of civilization is fast coming to an end. The efforts to halt or slow down the uncontainable disaster were all in vain. The need for concerted
effort from experts all over the world is badly needed and time is of the essence to reduce the scope of the affected area.

Whether we like it or not, humankind is threatened by the biggest disaster in world’s history,and a total earth change is inevitable, an event that did not come from known environmentalists and global warming advocates.

This is the reality that the present civilization must face and find solutions fast or face extinction. As what the Japanese Professors said in their assessment –
Fukushima has reached the worst case scenario  - a ‘world-ends-scenario’. God forbid!

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