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  • 360 Bq/Kg detected from sand beside elementary school of Tokyo
    On 9/28/2015, a citizen’s radiation measurement station “Fujimi-ru” reported they measured 359 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 from sand in Tokyo. This is the equivalent of 350% of food safety limit. The The post 360 Bq/Kg detected from sand beside elementary school of Tokyo appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • [Photo] “White smoke” came up from the body of Mt. Fuji / Ministry of Land “Just cloud of dust”
    “White smoke” was observed in extremely large area of Mt. Fuji on 9/30/2015. From around 9AM, white and brown “smoke” was seen soaring in an erosional valley located on the west The post [Photo] “White smoke” came up from the body of Mt. Fuji / Ministry of Land “Just cloud of dust” appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Groundwater Cs-134/137 density jumped up 260 percent beside Reactor 2 within only a week
    Related to this article.. Sr-90 density rose up 155 percent of the previous highest reading in the seaside of Reactor 2 [URL]   On 9/29/2015, Tepco announced Cesium-134/137 density of groundwater The post Groundwater Cs-134/137 density jumped up 260 percent beside Reactor 2 within only a week appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • 420 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 detected from mushroom sold on a shelf in Gunma
    On 9/25/2015, MHLW (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare) announced high level of Cs-134/137 was detected from mushroom that was already sold. The highest density was 420 Bq/Kg from Shimeji. The post 420 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 detected from mushroom sold on a shelf in Gunma appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Governmental financial support for Tepco summed up to 6 Trillion yen
    On 9/28/2015, Tepco announced they are going to receive the 44th financial support from the government of Japan. The announcement is not released in English. The received value is 412 The post Governmental financial support for Tepco summed up to 6 Trillion yen appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Mass media reported Reactor 2 has almost no fuel inside / 6 months later than the first academic report
    Following up this article.. Nagoya Uni “Significantly small amount of fuel remaining in Reactor 2″ / No announcement about underground [URL]   The mass media in Japan such as NHK reported The post Mass media reported Reactor 2 has almost no fuel inside / 6 months later than the first academic report appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Tepco plans to manually repair access hole to the inside of Reactor 1
    On 9/24/2015, Tepco announced they are going to start the investigation on Reactor 1. In order to evaluate the feasibility of manual repair of the access holes to the inside The post Tepco plans to manually repair access hole to the inside of Reactor 1 appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Still 0.88 MBq/km2 of Cs-134/137 falls in Tokyo monthly
    According to NRA (Nuclear Regulation Authority), Tokyo still has fallout from Fukushima nuclear plant. From their report released on 8/31/2015, 0.88 MBq/km2 of Cs-134/137 falls onto Tokyo this July. The The post Still 0.88 MBq/km2 of Cs-134/137 falls in Tokyo monthly appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Cs-134/137 measured from Tokyo tap-water
    According to MHLH (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare), Cs-134/137 has been detected from tap-water of Tokyo since October of 2014. The data is from October 2014 to March 2015. The post Cs-134/137 measured from Tokyo tap-water appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • The highest I-131 density of this year detected in 2 Fukushima sewage plants
    According to Fukushima sewage public corporation, this July over 1,000 Bq/Kg of Iodine-131 was detected in dry sewage sludge. The sewage plant is located in Da-te District of Fukushima prefecture. The post The highest I-131 density of this year detected in 2 Fukushima sewage plants appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Fed Plan is Print Money Until System Blows-Bix Weir
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Financial writer and analyst Bix Weir is not surprised by the Federal Reserve’s policies because it is all part of the long term plan. Weir explains, “The goal, since we went off the gold standard in 1971, has been to run the financial system as long and as […]Related Posts:Next Crash Already Started-Bi […]
  • Middle East Chaos &War, Clinton Email Woes, Planned Parenthood Update
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com The Middle East is spiraling into chaos and war at an alarming rate. It went from a war of words between President Obama and President Putin at the UN on Monday to the Russians bombing targets in Syria just a few days later. The Russians say they are fighting terrorism, and […]Related Posts:Secrets in Iran Deal, National Secu […]
  • Magnitude of Correction Will Eclipse Them All-Gregory Mannarino
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  • Fed Scared to Raise Rates-Nomi Prins
    Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com    (Early Sunday Release) Former top Wall Street banker Nomi Prins says forget about a Fed Rate Hike in December. It’s not going to happen. Prins explains, “They are not going to raise rates in December. I didn’t think they were going to raise rates in September. . . . It wouldn’t […]Related Posts:Take More Cash Out of Markets a […]
  • Politician Pope, China US Visit, Russia in Syria, Hillary’s Email Update
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 209 9.25.15) On his first visit to the U.S., the Pope is acting more like a left wing politician than a messenger of Christ. He has scolded Congress on everything from global warming to immigration. Most of his criticism is directed at Republicans though. There was not a single criticism […]Related Posts:Hillary Clinton […]
  • Global Economy Imploding Now-Warren Pollock
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Warren Pollock warns the global economy is headed for a brick wall. Pollock explains, “It’s good you are using the term brick because that’s the part of the economy which is crashing first, the emerging markets, the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa). That’s on the edge of empire, […]Related Posts:We Are He […]
  • Fed Has Lost Control-Bill Holter
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   (Early Sunday Release) Financial writer Bill Holter contends the recent announcement of the Federal Reserve not to raise rates means the “Fed has Lost Control.” Holter explains, “Whatever the Fed does is wrong. The reason I say that is because no matter what they do, they can’t fix what they have […]Related Posts:Financial […]
  • Fed Not Raising Interest Rates, CNN Big Loser in GOP Debate, GOP and DNC Fear Trump
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 208 9.18.15) The Federal Reserve is not raising interest rates, but now there are hints by Fed Head Janet Yellen that it might consider negative interest rates if the economy gets bad enough. The economy is already bad, and the Fed decision to keep a key rate near 0% says […]Related Posts:Greek Deal Not a Deal, Iran Deal […]
  • Financial System Booby Trapped with Debt Bombs-David Stockman
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Former Reagan Administration budget director David Stockman says the biggest crash coming is not going to be in the stock market. Stockman warns, “I think we are headed for a central calamity. The central banks of the world have been on a 20 year campaign to massively expand their balance sheets […]Related Posts:Fed Not Raisi […]
  • Global Economy is Imploding-Michael Pento
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Money manager Michael Pento thinks the global economy is terrible. So, will the Fed still raise rates soon? Pento contends, “The global currency situation will actually go into hyper-drive if the Fed follows through and goes on this protracted rate hiking campaign. Wall Street is a myriad and plethora […]
  • U.S. government probes alleged UN bribery scheme: WSJ
    (Reuters) – U.S. law enforcement authorities are investigating an alleged bribery scheme involving payments to officials at the United Nations to gain support for real estate developments in Macau, the The post U.S. government probes alleged UN bribery scheme: WSJ appeared first on King World News.
  • Richard Russell – Warren Buffett, The Fed, A Huge Plus For Gold And Man’s Greatest Invention For Frustration
    With continued uncertainty in global markets, the Godfather of newsletter writers, 91-year-old Richard Russell, covered everything from Warren Buffett to the Fed, a huge plus for gold and man's greatest invention for frustration. The post Richard Russell – Warren Buffett, The Fed, A Huge Plus For Gold And Man’s Greatest Invention For Frustration appeare […]
  • U.S. court orders EPA to rewrite ship ballast water dumping rules
    By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) – A federal appeals court in New York ordered the government to rewrite its rules regulating the discharge of ballast water by ships, in The post U.S. court orders EPA to rewrite ship ballast water dumping rules appeared first on King World News.
  • Goldcorp announces resumption of work at its Cerro Negro mine
    [PR Newswire] – Goldcorp is a leading gold producer focused on responsible mining practices with safe, low-cost production throughout the Americas. A portfolio of long-lived, high-quality assets positions Goldcorp to The post Goldcorp announces resumption of work at its Cerro Negro mine appeared first on King World News.
  • Goldcorp announces resumption of work at its Cerro Negro mine
    [CNW Group] – Goldcorp announces resumption of work at its Cerro Negro mine The post Goldcorp announces resumption of work at its Cerro Negro mine appeared first on King World News.
  • No. 756: September Labor Conditions, Money Supply M3, August Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • Expectations Shift Towards Recession • September Payrolls Gained Just 83,000, Net of August Revisions; Annual Payroll Growth Dropped Below 2.0%, to a 15-Month Low • September Labor Force Plunged by 350,000, with the September Unemployment Rate on the Cusp of Rounding Lower by 0.1% • Yet, Headline Monthly Labor Data Remained Almo […]
  • Commentaries News
    PUBLISHING SCHEDULE.  - The next regular Commentary, scheduled for Tuesday, October 6th, will cover the August trade deficit. See Schedule for details.
  • No. 755 GDP Revision, Broad Economic Outlook
    (SGS Subscription required) • Broad Economic Outlook Has Continued to Weaken; More-Difficult Times Loom • Minimal Revisions Left the Second-Quarter GDP/GDI Story Intact • Gross Domestic Income (GDI) Again Confirmed Stagnant First-Half Economy, Largely Consistent with Reporting of Industrial Production and Real-Retail Sales • Surging Gross Domestic Product (G […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Tuesday, October 06, 2015 Trade Balance August-2015 10/06/2015   Wednesday, October 14, 2015 PPI Retail Sales […]
  • No. 754: August Durable Goods Orders, New- and Existing-Home Sales, Post-FOMC
    (SGS Subscription required) • Market and Investor Uncertainties Have Followed FOMC Inaction; Rate Hike on Hold Until After the Election? • Ten-Years into the Collapse, Housing-Industry Depression Continues • Though off Bottom, New- and Existing-Homes Sales Respectively Are Down by 60% (-60%) and 27% (-27%) from Peak Activity; a Peak-to-Trough Economic Declin […]
  • No. 753: August Housing Starts, Employment Benchmark, FOMC
    (SGS Subscription required) • BLS Indicated Overstatement of 2015 Employment Growth, per Benchmarking Detail for March 2015 • Total Nonfarm Payrolls Overstated by 208,000 in March, Private Payrolls Overstated by 255,000 • Corrections to Current and Recent Jobs Reporting to Follow in February 2016 • Housing Starts Activity Now Down by 50% (-50%) from Pre-Rece […]
  • No. 752: Annual Income, Consumer Liquidity, CPI, Real Retail Sales and Earnings,
    (SGS Subscription required) • Consumer Conditions Are Deteriorating • 2014 Real Median Household Income Fell by 1.5%, Hitting a Ten-Year Low • 2014 U.S. Real Median Household Income Fell 2.3% (-2.3%) for Native Born, Rose by 4.3% for Foreign Born • 2014 Income Variance Measures Held at Historic Extremes • Down in Second-Quarter 2015, Real Earnings Are on Tra […]
  • No. 751: August Industrial Production, Nominal Retail Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • "New" Recession Intensifies • Studies by Regional Federal Reserve Banks Suggest Recent Economic Weakness Went Beyond Weather Issues • Industrial Production Quarterly Contractions Deepened in Revision • First-Half 2015 Production Now Down 1.5% versus Second-Half 2014, As Annual Growth Rates Fall Towards Zero • Soft Augu […]
  • No. 750: FOMC, Producer Price Index, Household Income
    (SGS Subscription required) • In a Close Call, FOMC Likely Will Boost Rates, Irrespective of the Weakening Economy • If Pressures to Delay the Rate Hike Prevail, Markets Likely Face Troubling Questions As to What Really Is Frightening the Fed • Virtually Unchanged in July, Real Median Household Income Remained Below Its Level at the Formal Trough of the Rece […]
  • No. 749: August Employment and Unemployment
    (SGS Subscription required) • However the FOMC Sets Its Policy, It Cannot Be Serious About Relying on Generally Worthless Labor Data • Month-to-Month Unemployment Comparisons Remained Meaningless, While Some 41,000 Unemployed Were Defined out of Headline Existence • Likely Downside Payroll-Employment Benchmark Revision Announcement Looms for September 17th • […]



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  • What Does Russia Want in Syria?
    The Western media has portrayed Russia’s recent joint anti-terror security operations with the Syrian government as a means of expanding its influence beyond its borders. CNN in its article, “Petraeus accuses Putin of trying to re-establish Russian Empire,” would go as far as claiming: One of America’s top former generals compared the situation in Syria Tues […]
  • Reaction to the New Japanese Defense Legislation
    Final approval of the raft of defense laws that was effected by the Upper Chamber of the Japanese National Diet (Japanese Parliament) overnight into September 19 2015, received an overall negative reaction of the Japanese society. An opinion poll conducted by Mainichi Shimbun almost immediately after the voting showed approximately the same results (57% “in […]
  • Can Russia Make a Difference in Syria?
    As soon as Russian air forces began bombing terrorists in Syria, a perfectly timed and thoroughly planned anti-Russian media campaign was launched in the Western media. In those loud and defiant cries to stop bombing “valuable US assets in the region” one can clearly trace the true goals and objectives of Washington and its associates. […]
  • The Strange Case of the Syrian Opposition
    US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter has cited concerns that Russia may be hitting the wrong targets in Syria. Does Carter believe that a Syrian opposition group utterly and absolutely divorced from terrorist allegiances exists? Recent maps including one released by the UK Telegraph on September 30, 2015, attempt to show wide swaths of Northern […]
  • What If Russia Is Asked to Fly Air Cover for Iraqi Forces?
    The Iraqi military has taken a brutal beating in its battles against ISIL. Even with the support of American and coalition airpower, the Iraqis have lost untold material and territory since ISIL overran much of the country’s Sunni Arab heartland these last months. News now that Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi welcomes Russian airstrikes may […]
  • A Joint Anti-ISIL Information Center is Opening in Baghdad
    The agreement between Russia, Syria, Iran and Iraq on the creation of an information center to coordinate the fight against ISIL in Baghdad has received an extensive amount of media coverage in Iraq. As for the legal aspect of this step, local legal experts are convinced that the creation of such an entity doesn’t require the approval of the […]
  • Free Speech Watch: Prior Restraint Makes a Comeback as US Courts Seek to Squelch Dissent
    Barbara Stone was only able to get out of jail when she agreed to stop blogging. Patty Reid is on the lam. Cary-Andrew Crittenden may be facing further jail time for his efforts to inform others about problems in the Santa Clara County legal system. And Ginny Johnson is under a gag order which nearly […]
  • AfPak – A New Regional Scenario
    The new leader of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Akhtar Mansoor (formerly the Minister of Aviation in the government of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan), on Sept. 22, 2015, the eve of Moslem’s Eid al-Adha, a holy holiday of sacrificial offering, in his first public address, which was published on the website “Taliban Movement of Afghanistan” […]
  • Putin Lives in the Real World, Obama Lives in a Fantasyland
    Listening to the speeches of the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and the President of the United States, Barack Obama, at the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Monday, one is instantly struck by the polarization of the leader’s interpretation of world events. It is obvious that one leader resides in real world, whilst […]
  • Erdogan is Starting to Pay His Bills
    Yerevan is anxiously watching developments in neighbouring Turkey. Destabilization in a neighbouring country is in nobody’s interests, but events there are developing rapidly, and it is unlikely that there is anything good in store for Ankara, which has got involved in a whole range of conflicts in the region. It seems that the truly strong […]
  • Glencore Explains What Would Happen If It Is Downgraded To Junk
    As part of its ongoing scramble to defend itself against "speculators" and concerns about its balance sheet, earlier today Glencore released a 4 page "funding worksheet" detailing all of its obligations. Among the highlights was Glencore's disclosure of total available liquidity as of this moment, which the firm reported to be materi […]
  • Saudi Clerics Call For Jihad Against Russia, Iran; NATO Warns Of Airspace "Violations"
    It’s now been nearly a week since Russia began its air campaign in Syria and as we’ve documented extensively, both Moscow and the West have put their respective propaganda machines into high gear in an effort to control the narrative and thus dictate how history will remember Syria’s four-year-old, bloody civil war.  Lacking viable options in the face of Rus […]
  • Oil Spikes To Highest In Over A Month, As Syria Proxy War Jitters Escalate
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  • IMF Cuts Global Growth For The Fourth Time In 12 Months... But That's Not The Biggest Problem
    Moments ago the IMF did what it does best: it just cut its forecast for global growth yet again. Specifically, it said that "global growth for 2015 is projected at 3.1 percent, 0.3 percentage point lower than in 2014, and 0.2 percentage point below the forecasts in the July 2015 World Economic Outlook (WEO) Update. Prospects across the main countries an […]
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  • One True Measure Of Stagnation: Not In The Labor Force
    Submitted by Charles Hugh Smith from Of Two Minds One True Measure of Stagnation: Not in the Labor Force This is a stark depiction of underlying stagnation: paid work is not being created as population expands. Heroic efforts are being made to cloak the stagnation of the U.S. economy. One of these is to shift the unemployed work force from the negative-sound […]
  • Jim Cramer Flip-Flops Back To Bullish Following 100 Point S&P Surge
    It was only a matter of time. One day after Dennis Gartman tore up his call for an imminent bear market, one where "all rallies are to be sold", the man who infamously declared Bear Stearns is fine, Jim Cramer, has flip-flopped on his all too recent bearishness, and now, with the S&P over 100 points from its Friday lows, has decided he too need […]
  • This Is How Close US And Russian Jets Are To A Dog Fight Above Syria
    With Russia now effectively controlling the skies over Syria and with the US chiding Moscow for “targeting” America’s CIA-trained proxy armies, everyone is anxious to know how long it will be before NATO’s F-16s have an actual, live fire run-in with Russian Su-34s.  As we noted on Monday, the biggest threat here is the close proximity at which everyone is no […]
  • Q3 GDP To Slide After 16% Surge In August Trade Deficit; Imports Jump As Exports Drop
    As was previewed last week in the advance release of international trade data which showed a big drop in the US deficit, moments ago the BEA confirms as much, when it reported that in August the US trade deficit blew out from $41.8 billion to a whopping $48.3 billion, an increase of 15.6%, as a result of a $3.7 billion drop in exports, offset by a $2.8 billi […]

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