Tonight 12 pm: Fukushima on George Noory Coast to Coast.

Listen to Dennis Watts at midnighttonight on Coast to Coast with George Noory . And please sign this petition to get some action on Fukushima–a MUCH worse disaster than Chernobyl…

The red & yellow is the boiling radioactive water being dumped daily–400 tons daily–contaminating more than just the Pacific. Listen to Dennis Watts discuss the gravity of Fukushima tonight at midnight on Coast to Coast with George Noory. And sign our petition to allow available technologies be applied and end the media black-out.


 Although four years have passed since the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan, and the media has stopped paying attention, the situation is far from over. It is worsening. Hundreds of tons of hot radioactive water into the sea daily. The reactor’s core is melting its way uncontrollably through the earth–a full-on China Syndrome. This is an Extinction Level Event that need immediate attention and solutions.

The Good News is that there is an available solution!

Did you know the Fukushima nuclear disaster is five times worse than Chernobyl?

Did you know there are massive marine life casualties along the entire US Pacific Coast and around the world? Radiation does not only affect Japan, but the entire Pacific region due to the radiation trajectory and sea life migration tumors 2

Did you know three reactors are in critical China Syndrome condition, meaning that melted fuel rods have gone through the floor, causing the core to be uncontrollable.  And the fourth one is hanging by a thread?

Did you know that the 400 nuclear reactors in the world each produce approximately $1 million daily?  Might this explain the lack of media coverage?  Although mainstream media is diverted by the 2016 election, we still must pay attention as our very existence depends upon it. Official Washington DC sources are playing it down.

Did you know there is no containment in sight and the situation is worsening since last September’s huge typhoon?

 Did you know that in Japan there’s a mandatory code of silence regarding anything related to Fukushima?

 Did you know that there is an available solution? On the desks of our US government right now is a proposal by NASA scientist Dennis Watts. He has access to technologies that can remediate radioactive waste and restore the Fukushima area back to an environmentally sound space. Sophisticated thermography sensor technology would be used to locate and measure the remediation process, and locate the fragmented coriums. Uranium-eating bacteria can remediate toxic waste in inaccessible areas, such as inside and underneath the reactor facilities and deep inside the earth. Furthermore, once the thermographs and precise locations are identified, classified technology can be deployed to delete the root cause of the heat signature.

A 5-phase plan, completed over a period of 5 to 6 years, requires the cooperation of military, corporate, scientific and governmental organizations in  addition to those in Japan.  After four years of unchecked contamination, this project is well beyond the resources of just one country.

We are asking you to sign this petition to ask the Japanese government to allow US scientific intervention in Fukushima, access to the Daiichi nuclear plant, and allow US scientists to help fix the problem at Fukushima.

We demand a response from the U.N., the US and Japanese governments, and a response from all concerned citizens on this planet. We also demand a response from General Electric, the maker of several of the reactors, whom experts had long criticized for their obsession with savings over safety and their wobbly weaknesses in design, according to the New York Times.

We might have difficulty in pronouncing Fukushima, but everyone in the world now knows how to say Chernobyl. When it comes to quality of life and survival on this planet, that is a language everyone should know how to speak. Act now! Click on this petition.

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