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  • Large mammals die in rapid succession in Ueno Zoological Gardens from tumor, heart failure etc..
    Polar bear, harbor seal, giraffe and Sumatran tiger have died since last November in Ueno Zoological Gardens. The succession of death started with a polar bear. It was male, died The post Large mammals die in rapid succession in Ueno Zoological Gardens from tumor, heart failure etc.. appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Significant size of thyroid nodule / cyst found from citizen in Matsudo city
    Following up this article..  40 of 47 given A2 in thyroid test of Matsudo city/City gov “Result not guarantee potential health in future” [URL]   In the latest part of the The post Significant size of thyroid nodule / cyst found from citizen in Matsudo city appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • 129 dead tunas found to have broken spine / Experts “can be caused by stress and mass hysteria”
    Following up this article.. Over 80% of Tuna died since December in a major Tokyo aquarium [URL]   From autopsy inspection, the dead tunas were found to have broken the The post 129 dead tunas found to have broken spine / Experts “can be caused by stress and mass hysteria” appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Meteorological Agency “Eruptive activity is becoming intense at Mount Aso. Volcanic tremor continues 24h/day”
    Mount Aso, an active volcano of Kumamoto prefecture, is starting to be active, according to Japan meteorological agency. From their monthly report published on 1/13/2015, the eruptive activity has become intense The post Meteorological Agency “Eruptive activity is becoming intense at Mount Aso. Volcanic tremor continues 24h/day” appeared first on Fukushima D […]
  • Over 80% of Tuna died since December in a major Tokyo aquarium
    81% of Tuna have died in an aquarium of eastern part of Tokyo since the beginning of December. It’s “Tokyo Sea Life Park” run by Tokyo Metropolis, which is the The post Over 80% of Tuna died since December in a major Tokyo aquarium appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Radioactive contamination level jumped over 57 times outside of underground wall
    Cs-134/137 and all β nuclides (including Sr-90) density showed the rapid increase in groundwater, according to Tepco. The sample was taken in the seaside of Reactor 2. Sampling date was The post Radioactive contamination level jumped over 57 times outside of underground wall appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Panasonic to reuse Fukushima factory as vegetable factory
    On 1/9/2015, Panasonic announced they are going to reuse Fukushima factory as vegetable plant. The Fukushima factory used to manufacture digital camera. Having the sales of digital camera rapidly drop, The post Panasonic to reuse Fukushima factory as vegetable factory appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Daily number of Fukushima worker rose up double since one year ago
    The daily number of Fukushima worker keeps increasing, Tepco announced in their report published on 12/25/2014. The number includes subcontract company workers and Tepco employees. It had been stable around 3,000 The post Daily number of Fukushima worker rose up double since one year ago appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • M5.4 hit Eastern part of Hokkaido
    A major earthquake hit the eastern part of Hokkaido at 3:42 of 1/9/2015 (JST) according to Japan Meteorological Agency. The magnitude was 5.4. The depth of epicenter was 120km. The The post M5.4 hit Eastern part of Hokkaido appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Kagoshima local meteorological observatory announced Sakurajima has inflation of the volcanic edifice
    On 1/6/2015, Kagoshima local meteorological observatory announced Sakurajima is having the inflation of the volcanic edifice. According to the local meteorological observatory, the crater is stuck with volcanic ash. Clinometers The post Kagoshima local meteorological observatory announced Sakurajima has inflation of the volcanic edifice appeared first on Fuk […]
  • We Are in a Financial Meltdown-Nomi Prins
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com     (Early Sunday Release) Best-selling author and financial expert Nomi Prins says, “We are in a financial meltdown.  I said 9 or 10 months ago, it hadn’t happened yet, but it should happen because of the instability of a system that is supported by central bank maneuvers and not really anything organic […]Related Posts:Nomi […]
  • WNW-173 Swiss Franc & Euro Decouple, Russia Cuts Gas, Road to WWIII
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   (1.16.15)  My top story is Switzerland and the surprise move to remove its cap against the Euro.  This cap kept the two currencies roughly the same value–but not anymore.  The move was such a surprise that even IMF Chief Christine Lagarde admitted the move by Swiss National bank (SNB) caught her off […]Related Posts:Weekly […]
  • Major War Exploding Soon-Charles Nenner
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Renowned analyst Charles Nenner says the biggest cycle he sees coming is the war cycle.  Nenner says, “For the last couple of years, I have been saying, in the second decade of the new century, we will have a big war.  Why, because there is a 100 year cycle.  If you […]Related Posts:Big Nuclear War Coming-Charles NennerDollar […]
  • European Bank Runs Could Come to America-Laurence Kotlikoff
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Boston University Economics Professor Laurence Kotlikoff says Greece is, once again, in financial trouble and that could set off another global financial calamity.  Dr. Kotlikoff contends, “So, you have the same problem.  You have a country that is fiscally unsustainable, and they haven’t really been a […]
  • WNW 172-Islamic Terror Spreads West, Oil Price Plunge, Declining Economy
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com    (Weekly News Wrap-Up 1.9.15)  The Head of MI 5, British security, is sounding the alarm that Islamic terrorists from Syria are planning more attacks on the West.  Andrew Parker says al-Qaeda fighters from Syria are planning mass casualty attacks against the West.  He was not specific on the targets, but an […]Related Posts […]
  • Oil Derivatives Explosion Double 2008 Sub-Prime Crisis-David Morgan
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Precious metals expert David Morgan says the plunge in oil prices is not good news for big Wall Street banks.  Morgan explains, “The amount of debt that is carried by the fracking industry at large is about double what the sub-prime was in the real estate fiasco in 2008.   In summary, […]Related Posts:A Run to Silver and Gold […]
  • Oil Derivatives Explode in Early 2015-Rob Kirby
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   (Early Sunday Release) Gold and derivatives expert Rob Kirby thinks crashing oil prices are going to lead to a 2008 style financial meltdown.  This is not a maybe–a market explosion is going to happen in 2015.  Kirby contends, “Oh yes, without a doubt, it will.  It must because the income crude […]Related Posts:The Federal […]
  • Happy New Year 2015!!
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com I can’t believe 2014 is done and gone. I said in 2014 that there would be some sort of dislocation and that would flow into 2015.  I was not sure what it would be, but now, I think the crash in oil prices was that event. Oil prices were cut in half in […]Related Posts:Merry ChristmasOil Derivatives Explode in Early 2015-Rob K […]
  • Dot-Com Style Crash Coming-Rick Ackerman
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Financial analyst and newsletter writer Rick Ackerman is no stranger to contrarian calls.  At the beginning of 2014, he said forget about rising interest rates because they were going down.  They did.  Now, Ackerman predicts rates will go lower and will stay low for a long time.  Ackerman explains, “My perspective […]Related […]
  • 2015 Forecast-Manipulation, Depression and War-Gerald Celente
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Trends researcher Gerald Celente predicts one of his top trends in 2015 will be manipulation–of everything.  Celente explains, “It’s the grand manipulation of the markets and the news, and it just keeps spreading.  There is manipulation of the gold markets, and we know there is manipulation in the […]R […]
  • White to join Montpellier
    Australia scrum-half Nic White will join Top 14 club Montpellier next season. The post White to join Montpellier appeared first on King World News.
  • Brunt set for Argyle switch
    League Two outfit Plymouth Argyle are set to sign forward Ryan Brunt after he left Bristol Rovers. The post Brunt set for Argyle switch appeared first on King World News.
  • Notts County swoop for Bajner
    Notts County have signed Hungarian striker Balint Bajner on a free transfer after he left Ipswich by mutual consent. The post Notts County swoop for Bajner appeared first on King World News.
  • The Mouse-Box wireless gadget comes with Wi-Fi and 128GB storage
    The Mouse-Box concept (pictured) was created by Poland-based Przemysław Strzelczyk. Inside the mouse is a 1.4GHZ quad-core processor, Wi-Fi and 128GB of storage. The post The Mouse-Box wireless gadget comes with Wi-Fi and 128GB storage appeared first on King World News.
  • First round-the-world Solar Impulse 2 flight to take off next month from Abu Dhabi
    Solar Impulse 2 is set to take off from Abu Dhabi with stopovers in India, Myanmar and China before crossing the Pacific Ocean and flying across the United States and The post First round-the-world Solar Impulse 2 flight to take off next month from Abu Dhabi appeared first on King World News.
  • No. 688: CPI, PPI, Industrial Production, Real Retail Sales and Earnings, Swiss Franc
    (SGS Subscription required) • Major Crack in U.S.Dollar Facade, as Swiss Franc Breaks Free and Gold Rallies • Headline December Real Retail Sales Fell by 0.6%; Annual Growth at Traditional Recession Level • Unchanged before Inflation, Real Average Monthly Earnings Rose 0.5% Entirely Due to Decline in Headline CPI-W Inflation • December Year-to-Year Inflation […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Wednesday, January 21, 2015 Housing Starts December-2014 01/21/2015   Tuesday, January 27, 2015 New Orders for Durable Goods […]
  • No. 687: December Retail Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Weakest Since 2008 Economic Collapse, Plummeting Holiday Retail Sales Reflected Liquidity-Restrained Consumers • December Sales Plunged by a Statistically-Significant 0.9% (-0.9%), Down by 1.4% (-1.4%) before Prior-Period Downside Revisions • Monthly Sales Contraction Will Hold in Real Terms, Net of Inflation, Despite Falling Ga […]
  • Commentaries News
    PUBLISHING SCHEDULE:  The next Regular Commentary is scheduled for Wednesday, January 21st, covering December housing starts.  The Special Commentary will be published soon (see January 15th e-mail to subscribers).  Please see
  • No. 686: December Employment and Unemployment, Money Supply M3
    (SGS Subscription required) • Revisions to Unemployment Seasonal-Adjustments Demonstrated Concurrent-Seasonal-Factor Reporting Issues • Payroll and Unemployment Data Both Heavily Skewed by Unstable and Inconsistent Seasonal Adjustments • December Unemployment Rates: 5.6% (U.3), 11.2% (U.6), 23.0% (ShadowStats) • Annual Money Supply M3 Growth Jumped to 5.2% i […]
  • No. 685: November Trade Deficit, Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • Trade Deficit Shifts to Neutral Impact on Fourth-Quarter GDP Growth, Had Contributed 0.8% Growth to Third-Quarter GDP • Real Construction Spending in Down-Trending Stagnation since Late-2013 • Some Surprises to December Labor Data? […]
  • No. 684: GDP Revision, November Durable Goods, New- and Existing-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Booming GDP - Strongest Growth in More than a Decade Is Nonsense • Magnitude of GDP Revisions Suggests Unstable Data and Unusual Internal-Reporting Issues at Bureau of Economic Analysis • Basic Durable Goods Orders Slowed Sharply in Third-Quarter 2014, On Track for Fourth-Quarter Contraction • Home Sales Also Showed Patterns of […]
  • No. 683: November CPI, Real Retail Sales and Earnings
    (SGS Subscription required) • November Annual Inflation: 1.3% (CPI-U), 1.1% (CPI-W), 9.0% (ShadowStats) • Using Exaggerated Drop in Gasoline Prices, BLS Generated Headline CPI-U Monthly Decline of 0.3% (-0.3%), Instead of 0.2% (-0.2%) • Real Retail Sales Growth Was Distorted Heavily by Inconsistent Handling of Seasonal Adjustments for Gasoline Prices and Sal […]
  • No. 682: November Housing Starts
    (SGS Subscription required) • Headline November Housing Starts Fell Month-to-Month and Year-to-Year Amidst Ongoing Unstable Revisions • Smoothed for Extreme Reporting Volatility, Aggregate Housing Starts Show Pattern of Plunge and Low-Level Stagnation, No Economic Recovery […]
  • No. 681: November Industrial Production, Producer Price Index (PPI)
    (SGS Subscription required) • Scheduled for Second-Quarter 2015, Meaningful Benchmark Revisions to Industrial Production Could Be Unusually Large and to the Downside • November Industrial Production Jump Encompassed Utilities Surge, Widespread Manufacturing Gains, and Declining Oil and Gas Production • Utilities Output Spiked by Unseasonably-Cold Weather • S […]

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  • Paris Shootings: Maybe the Last Piece of a Horrible Puzzle
    I have said it before and I will say it again. The United States has spent several years installing a bunch of Moslems, initially Chechens but now also from other countries, in the Pankisi Gorge in Georgia. It trains them there in irregular warfare and forms them into a mobile “hit squad” which commits “terrorist […]
  • Economic War, BRICS, and the Power of Self-Sufficiency
    The toughest, most resilient people as both individuals and as societies all generally have one thing in common – self-sufficiency. This by no means suggests isolationism, but rather the ability to survive, even thrive through one’s own work using resources at their own disposal.  As a principle, self-sufficiency, self-reliance, and individualism defined you […]
  • The Yalta Conference
    Seventy years ago, at the Livadia Palace in Crimea, the world-famous Yalta Conference of the Allied Powers took place (February 4-11, 1945), where the leaders of the three most powerful countries – the USSR, the US, and the UK, despite their ideological differences, agreed to establish the post-war order. This conference was of great importance, […]
  • Putin Excluded from Holocaust Commemorations
    Glancing at the headlines one might believe Russian President Vladimir Putin had inappropriately decided not to attend Holocaust commemorations in Poland. In one breathtaking display of misinformation, Reuters would report in its article Putin will not attend Holocaust commemorations in Poland that, “Sources told Reuters on Monday that Putin was unlikely to […]
  • Who’s Afraid of Xi Jinping? And Why?
    What the Wall Street Journal has been hinting at for months, in its coverage of the Chinese Communist Party’s anti-corruption campaign, was made clear by the New York Times on Jan. 4th, in an article entitled “Maoists in China, Given New Life, Attack Dissent.”  The opinionated coverage of events in the US press speaks of […]
  • Pakistan: Fight for Tougher Anti-Terrorism Legislation
    The terrorist attack on December 16, 2014 at a secondary school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar has convinced the military and political leadership of Pakistan to take urgent measures to curb extremism. One of the first steps was the lifting by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of the moratorium on death penalty, which was introduced […]
  • Imperial Ambitions of the EU are on the Rise
    As of recently the European Union has not just been blindly obeying orders from Washington, but in fact has been mimicking the quasi-imperial policy of the United States. Therefore, political dictatorship has become the governing trend among EU politics, with real political discussions being substituted with dictatorship. Therefore, it’s clear that the EU in […]
  • Islamism and the Exploitation of Women
    The events in Paris are unfortunately all too familiar in the 21st century. I think in some corners it is still perhaps a bit shocking that events like the storming of Charlie Hebdo and the killing of civilians do not actually take place more often than they do. In my line of work, this is […]
  • Afghanistan and the Sad Result of the Western Occupation
    The “democratic” Western media, following the order all as one, proclaimed in a loud voice that the military forces of NATO and the USA had completed “the combat mission on security assistance in Afghanistan”. In other words, the Western troops which occupied that country in 2001 under a hollow pretext now have to ingloriously hoist […]
  • The UN Congo Offensive: A Continent Betrayed.
    On January 5, 2015 the United Nations announced that offensive operations by its forces, known as MONUSCO, along with Congolese army elements, are being prepared against the Democratic Forces For the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR) based in the east of the Republic of Congo (DRC). This follows a Security Council statement of October 3, 2014 […]
  • Is This The Reason Why Gold Is Suddenly Surging?
    Total Gold ETF physical holdings rose 0.85% on Friday (following Thursday's 0.78% rise) combining for the biggest 2-day rise since Nov 2011 (adding 843,000 ounces of gold in 2 days). Of course these moves came right after the SNB decision ands are the largest since the peg was announced in 2011. GLD - the largest gold ETF - saw holdings surge 1.9% on Fr […]
  • Saxo Bank Warns "This Is The Endgame For Central Banks"
    From Steen Jakobsen, CIO & Chief Economist, Saxo Bank, via TradingFloor.com, Why oh why do we trust central banks? Central bankers are politicians' puppets This is endgame for the central banks   The Swiss National Bank's removal of the franc's peg to the euro last week had far-reaching consequences because we were all taken by surprise. T […]
  • Obama's "Partners" In Yemen Overthrown As Presidential Palace Falls To Local Militiamen
    It seems like an eternity ago when Obama delivered the following extensively choreographed "Statement by the President on ISIL", in which he praised US anti-terrorist tactics, giving Yemen and its "partners" as an example of "successful" US foreign intervention.  To wit: Now, it will take time to eradicate a cancer like ISIL.  A […]
  • How Do You Unmanipulate A Manipulated Economy?
    Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog, Breaking the stranglehold of vested interests is the essential step to rebuilding an economy that isn't totally dependent on manipulated money and statistics. The word manipulated has the sour taste of officially sanctioned distortion in service of an Elite's interests. At a minimum, manipulation  […]
  • Another Former Central Banker Finally Gets It: "The Idea That Monetary Stimulus Is The Answer Doesn't Seem Right"
    What is it about central bankers who wait to tell the truth only after they have quit their post. First it was the maestro himself, the Fed's Alan Greenspan (most recently in "Greenspan's Stunning Admission: "Gold Is Currency; No Fiat Currency, Including the Dollar, Can Match It"), and now it is the Bank of England's former head […]
  • Homebuilder Sentiment Misses, Future Sales Expectations Hit 7-Month Lows
    NAHB Sentiment in January printed 57 (missing expectations of 58) down 1 from last month's upwardly revised 58 print. This headline mediocrity, however, hides a relative plunge in future sales expectations which tumbled to their lowest since June. Only the Midwest region saw improvement with the West region plunging 9 points to 66.   Futures sales expec […]
  • Silver Tops $18, Gold Nears $1300 - Highest in 5 Months
    As stocks, copper, crude, and bond yields plunge this morning, gold (and silver) prices are surging. With gold near $1,300 - 5-month highs, and silver topping $18 - 4-month highs; it appears investor demand for non-fiat currency is growing (and not just for China and Russia)...     and Gold in Euro surges...   Charts: Bloomberg […]
  • US Equities Give Up China GDP 'Beat' Gains As Oil Hits $46 Handle
    It was all so awesome. Chinese GDP 'beat' expectations which means everything is great (apart from it being the worst growth in 24 years) and so stocks rallied, helped by even moar ECB QE jawboning. But this morning's plunge in crude and copper (global growth?) finally knocked on into equity market reality as the opening ramp quickly gave way […]
  • The US Military's Stunning Conspiracy Theory Emerges From The Archives: "ISIS Leader Does Not Exist"
    Having noted that voter angst has been riled, propagandized, and fear-mongered to the point at which the most pressing priority for Congress is to 'fix' terrorism, it is perhaps not entirely surprising that we discover - deep down in the archives - that giving the public someone to 'hate' as opposed to something may have been an entire fi […]
  • REMNENTS FROM THE SNB and CONTINUED LOWER OIL
    Follow Zerohedge in Real-Time on Financialjuice [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8KExg9heBY?autoplay=1]   […]

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