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  • 460,000,000 Bq/m3 of Cs-134/137 detected from mountain side of Reactor 2
    Extremely high level of Cs-134/137 was detected in groundwater taken beside Reactor 2, Tepco announced on 10/24/2014. The specific state of underground is not verified yet. It is groundwater taken from The post 460,000,000 Bq/m3 of Cs-134/137 detected from mountain side of Reactor 2 appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Tepco started dismantling Reactor 1 cover – Video
    Photo : Spraying scattering inhibitor over the debris inside of cover. Photo taken on 10/22/2014.   Tepco started dismantling the cover of Reactor 1 on 10/22/2014. The cover was installed The post Tepco started dismantling Reactor 1 cover – Video appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Unidentified algae looking-creature mass generated in bypass well / Tepco “Great quantity”
    Unidentified creature was mass-generated in one of the bypass wells to stop pumping up groundwater, Tepco announced on 10/21/2014. The creature looks like algae. Tepco is pumping up groundwater from The post Unidentified algae looking-creature mass generated in bypass well / Tepco “Great quantity” appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • 28 of 32 testees diagnosed A2 in thyroid inspection of Matsudo city Chiba
    28 of 32 testees were diagnosed as “A2″ in the thyroid inspection of Matsudo city, Chiba. The test was implemented from 6/1/2014 to 8/31/2014 and the result was announced on 9/26/2014. The post 28 of 32 testees diagnosed A2 in thyroid inspection of Matsudo city Chiba appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Tepco “Almost completed transferring spent fuel from Reactor 4 pool”
    On 10/19/2014, Tepco announced that they have already completed transferring 1,320 of 1331 spent fuel assemblies from Reactor 4 pool. The rest of 11 spent fuel assemblies to include 3 The post Tepco “Almost completed transferring spent fuel from Reactor 4 pool” appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Strontium-90 detected in potentially discharged water from Reactor 1 and 3
    2,800 ~ 11,000 Bq/m3 of Strontium-90 have been detected from pumped water around Reactor 1 and 3, according to Tepco.   On 10/1/2014, Tepco released nuclide analysis data of groundwater. The post Strontium-90 detected in potentially discharged water from Reactor 1 and 3 appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Strontium-90 detected outside of Fukushima port / Highest reading in front of Reactor 4 too
    Photo : Reactor 5 and 6 take 6,000 t of water per hour here and discharge it to the outside of the port.   Significant level of Strontium-90 has been The post Strontium-90 detected outside of Fukushima port / Highest reading in front of Reactor 4 too appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Underground structure rapidly heated by up to 40℃ when water reduced
    Underground trench water gets rapidly heated when water level decreases, according to Tepco.   On 10/3/2014, Tepco released the report about the failed frozen water wall project. (cf, Tepco to The post Underground structure rapidly heated by up to 40℃ when water reduced appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Saitama citizen had thyroid disease from “acute stress” according to a doctor
    A Japanese citizen living in Saitama prefecture was told by a doctor that she had thyroid disease from “acute stress”. It was posted on Facebook on 10/15/2014 by the very The post Saitama citizen had thyroid disease from “acute stress” according to a doctor appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Japanese scrap iron exported to Gunsan port of S. Korea without radiation test
    Potentially contaminated scrap iron is exported from Japan to a South Korean port without radiation test. A local citizens’ organization announced this on 10/13/2014 based on the report by the The post Japanese scrap iron exported to Gunsan port of S. Korea without radiation test appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Global Economy Has Collapsed-Andy Hoffman
        By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Financial analyst Andy Hoffman says the real global economy is in deep trouble, which is much to the chagrin of the Fed. Hoffman explains, “Recall last April, they started smashing gold and started with the ‘taper’ talk. The Fed figured by about this time, they’d be ready to start […]Related Posts:Negative Interest Rates […]
  • WNW 163: No Ebola Travel Ban, Terror in Canada and NYC, Financial War
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Another week, another Ebola infection.  This time, in crowded New York City.  This after the government declared “U.S. Ramps up Fight on Ebola.”  This time, a young American doctor who returned after treating Ebola victims in West Africa.  I cannot believe we do not have a travel ban and/or mandatory quarantine […]Related Po […]
  • Permanent Damage to US Economy-Michael Snyder
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Michael Snyder is a self-proclaimed “truth-seeker” and financial writer who says there is no recovery on Main Street, and we are not going to get one—ever.   Snyder contends, “We’ve had permanent damage to the U.S. economy.   It’s kind of like going to the beach, and you build a sandcastle.  The waves […]Related Posts:Next Gr […]
  • Dollar is The Weak Spot for US-Paul Craig Roberts
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   (Early Sunday Release) Former Treasury Secretary Dr. Paul Craig Roberts says all U.S. financial policy revolves around propping up the dollar.  Dr. Roberts contends, “I’ve always said the whole system is rigged.  It’s a house of cards, and the weak spot is the dollar because they cannot print foreign currencies for […]Relat […]
  • WNW 162: Ebola Gets Worse (Airborne?), Putin War Talk and Harvey Organ Update
    Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  I know you have been hearing all about Ebola, and it looks like things are getting worse, not better.  Look at this headline from USA Today “10,000 Cases of Ebola per Week.”  That’s what the World Health Organization says we could be getting in West Africa in a few months.  So, why […]Related Posts:Manipulation of Gold and Silv […]
  • Reality of No Economic Recovery Means Collapse-John Williams
    By Greg hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Economist John Williams is sticking by his assessment that the economy is in deep trouble.  Williams says, “What we are seeing is a very big fiction by the financial media and the political media that the economy has recovered.  The economy has not recovered. . . . We are seeing all […]Related Posts:Economy in Severe Trouble- […]
  • You Can See This Collapse Coming A Mile Away-James Rickards
    Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   (Early Sunday Release) Best-selling author and financial expert James Rickards contends a big financial crash is locked in.  Rickards says, “Everyone is waiting for some blunder down the road, and the point I try to make is the blunders have already been made.  The blunders have already been built into the system.  […]Related […]
  • WNW 161: Ebola Update, War on ISIS and Obama Criticism
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  It’s all Ebola all the time.  The Obama Administration got this wrong from the beginning.  It told us there was very little chance of a case getting to the U.S.–wrong!  Then they told us there was little chance of it becoming an epidemic–again, wrong!  If that was the case, the head […]Related Posts:WNW 163: No Ebola Travel […]
  • Big Nuclear War Coming-Charles Nenner
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Legendary financial analyst Charles Nenner thinks the biggest threat is global war.  Nenner explains, “If you look at a war cycle of a hundred years, I predicted in the second decade of this century that we were going to have a big war.  If you go back a hundred years ago, […]Related Posts:Dollar Collapse Starts in Late 2014- […]
  • Dollar Going Supernova then Black-Rob Kirby
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Derivative and gold expert Rob Kirby says the U.S. looks a lot like the run up to the fall of Rome more than 1,500 years ago.  Kirby explains, “The parallels with what we are experiencing today are so clear and so much like what was happening in Rome as […]Related Posts:Colossal Fraud-There are No Free […]
  • Embry - World’s Most Undervalued Asset & A Global Collapse
    Today a man who has been involved in the financial markets for 50 years warned King World News that we are nearing a violent change in the markets. John Embry, who is business partners with billionaire Eric Sprott, also discussed the endless stream of propaganda from the mainstream media. […]
  • James Turk - 2 Key Charts, Gold & The Destruction Of Money
    With continued uncertainty in global markets, today James Turk sent King World News two incredible charts that readers around the world must see, and he also discussed gold, the destruction of money and much more. Below is what Turk had to say in this timely and powerful interview. […]
  • Weimar Germany, Global Bank Takeover, Gold, Silver & Oil
    As the world continues to move into uncharted territory, today a 40-year market veteran sent King World News a fantastic piece covering everything from Weimar Germany to banks taking over the world. He also discusses gold, silver, oil, and what investors should be doing in this dangerous environment. Below is what Robert Fitzwilson, founder of The Portola Gr […]
  • QE, Ebola, Gravitational Forces Of Deflation & Even More Chaos
    On the heels of another massive wild week of trading in global markets, today one of the brightest minds in the financial world sent King World News the following piece which covers everything from QE and Ebola, to the gravitational forces of deflation and the chaos that is still to come.
  • Shocking Truth About Recent Plunge Protection Team Activity
    Today a 42-year market veteran spoke with King World News about the recent stunning activity by the U.S. Plunge Protection and their cohorts in Europe and Japan. Below is what Egon von Greyerz, who is founder of Matterhorn Asset Management out of Switzerland, had to say in this extraordinary interview. […]
  • No. 668: September CPI, Real Retail Sales and Earnings, New-Home Sales, Prospective GDP
    (SGS Subscription required) • U.S. Government Prepares to Use Reduced-Inflation Index for Cost of Living Adjustments (COLA) • 2015 Social Security COLA at 1.7% Would Have Been 9.4% without Existing Gimmicks for Understating Inflation • September Annual Inflation: 1.7% (CPI-U), 1.6% (CPI-W), 9.4% (ShadowStats) • September Real Retail Sales Fell by 0.4% • Sept […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Tuesday, October 28, 2014 New Home Sales New Orders for Durable Goods September-2014 September-2014 10/24/2014 […]
  • No. 667: September Housing Starts, Prospective Third-Quarter GDP
    (SGS Subscription required) • Third-Quarter 2014 Economic Growth Slowed Sharply • Long-Term Stagnation in Housing Starts Continued at Low Level of Activity • Social Security COLA Should Notch Slightly Higher from Last Year's Adjustment, Remaining Far Shy of Common Experience […]
  • Commentaries News
    The Next Regular Commentary: is scheduled for Tuesday, October 28th, covering September new orders for durable goods and new-home sales, followed by one on October 30th covering the "advance" or first estimate of third-quarter 2014 GDP.  For further detail on pending economic releases, see the  schedule. (LAST UPDATED October 23rd)
  • No. 666: September Industrial Production
    (SGS Subscription required) • Third-Quarter Production Growth Slowed Sharply • Falling Auto Production in September More than Offset by Defense Industry Output, Oil and Gas Production and Weather-Related Utility Surge […]
  • No. 665: September Retail Sales, PPI
    (SGS Subscription required) • September Retail Sales Declined, August and September Activity Revised Lower and Third-Quarter Broad Growth Slowed Sharply • Unstable Seasonal Factors Helped Push Headline PPI Lower […]
  • No. 664: Market and Economic Instabilities
    (SGS Subscription required) • Broad U.S. Economy Is Not Growing • Sharp Deterioration Likely Will Continue in Domestic and Global Financial-Market, Economic and Political Stability • Confluence of Crises: U.S. Economy, Stocks and Dollar […]
  • No. 663: September Labor and Monetary Conditions, August Trade Deficit & Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • No Recovery in Actual Business Activity • Pre-Election Nonsense in Labor Numbers • Congress Addresses Data Falsification in Unemployment Survey • September Unemployment Rates: 5.9% (U.3), 11.8% (U.6), 23.1% (ShadowStats) • Fed's Monetary Policy Propped Stocks • Annual Money Supply M3 Growth Fell to 4.3% in September • Trade […]
  • No. 662: Second-Quarter 2014 GDP -- Third Estimate
    (SGS Subscription required) • GDP Has Fully Reestablished Itself as the Most Worthless of Economic Series • Fluff and Guesstimates Dominated the Upside GDP Revision • Monthly Economic Reporting Should Turn Increasingly Negative […]
  • No. 661: "False Dawn," Hyperinflation, Durable Goods Orders, Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • A "False Dawn" It Is • Hyperinflation Forecast Remains in Play • Stock Crashes versus October Residual-Squirrelling Instincts • Durable Goods Orders Crashed 18.0% (-18.0%), Reversing July's 22.2% Surge, Dominated Again by Irregular Commercial-Aircraft Orders • Down for the Month, August Existing-Home Sales Were in […]

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  • Gold or Gunfire: Hedging Against the Collapse of the Dollar
    A global economic collapse has become unavoidable, said former chief economist of the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) William White in response to the BIS’ quarterly report in September 2013. Experts forecast that a global economic collapse may occur, overnight, some time at the end of 2014 or in 2015. The fact that private interests […]
  • The Black Flag Army – How IS Fits in Islam’s Foretold Great War
    If IS – the Islamic State – has monopolized most of the world’s attention as the group has quite literally turn the Middle East into an ever flowing river of blood where horrors and persecutions have become the norm, a deep connection to Islamic mysticism has often gone amiss when trying to make sense of […]
  • The Triangle: Russia, Mongolia, China
    In 1994, the State Great Khural, Mongolia’s supreme organ of government authority, adopted a foreign policy concept emphasizing development of good-neighborly, constructive relations with Russia and China as a priority for the foreign policy of Mongolia. Up to that point, Mongolian-Russian and Mongolian-Chinese relations had proceeded through several stages […]
  • Putin Exposes Criminal Global Order
    Russian President Vladimir Putin, before an international audience, exposed an international order capitalizing on the end of the Cold War to reshape the world according to its own interests, sidelining concepts such as basic international relations, international laws, systems of checks and balances, and even the very concept of national sovereignty itself. […]
  • Why is the Pentagon making Ebola ‘therapeutic’ and CDC Patenting Ebola strains?
    The growing Ebola panic, being deliberately fanned by the criminally-irresponsible Dr Margaret Chan, the notorious “Swine Flu Pandemic” Director General of WHO in Geneva, and by the criminally irresponsible officials of the US Government Centers for Disease Control (CDC), is getting more and more absurd and more destructive by the day. Not only do the […]
  • Sanctions Against Russia: The View from the Middle East
    Anti-Russian sanctions and the impact they have on the international climate and on relations in the economic, political and other spheres, have not escaped the attention of the Middle East, its politicians and experts on the region. Some fear that the repercussions of tensions between Russia and the West over Ukraine might aggravate cracks and […]
  • Beheading carried out by ISIL or by the SAS?
    Friday, October 3, 2014 ISIL published the fourth video of its kind, showing the alleged beheading of the British citizen Alan Henning. The executioner in all four videos spoke English with a distinct British accent. In June 2012 a senior Whitehall official told The Daily Star that UK special forces and the UK’s foreign intelligence […]
  • The US Adventurism in the Middle East and its Consequences
    Since at least 1980, the US has been invading, occupying and bombing the Middle East. The rhetoric invented to give justification to this adventurism was and still is based upon notions of promoting democracy and ensuring peace and stability. However, what we see on the ground today are wars and protracted violence, authoritarianism and fast […]
  • About Chinese “leadership” in Asia and the world at large
    The IMF forecast that by the end of 2014 China’s GDP will, for the first time, exceed the American GDP (in terms of purchasing power parity) has caused a flurry of different emotions in the world media. This actually looks strange given China’s own critical relationship to the importance of such forecasts, which began to […]
  • Hong Kong’s Umbrellas are ‘Made in USA’
    The Washington neo-cons and their allies in the US State Department and Obama Administration are clearly furious with China, as they are with Russia’s Vladimir Putin. As both Russia and China in recent years have become more assertive about defining their national interests, and as both Eurasian powers draw into a closer cooperation on all […]
  • EU condemns Israeli settlement plans
    The European Union has censured Israel’s plans to construct more settlements on the occupied Palestinian land.
  • French dam project sparks new clashes
    Fresh clashes have broken out between angry protesters and riot police in southwestern France, following the death of a demonstrator in a similar rally.
  • Fighting in S Yemen leaves 250 dead
    At least 250 people have been killed in clashes between al-Qaeda-linked militants and Houthi fighters in Yemen’s southern province of al-Bayda over the past three days, security officials say. […]
  • Canada joins US wars; blowback follows
    In 1968 the government of Canada decided to openly admit Americans seeking to avoid being drafted into the US war on Vietnam. Before, would-be immigrants were technically required to prove that they had been discharged from US military service. This move made it easier for Americans to escape President Johnson’s war machine by heading north.
  • 'UK will fight against EU demands'
    British Prime Minister David Cameron has said that he will fight against the European Union’s demand for an extra contribution to the bloc’s budget.
  • Iran nabs 10 suspects over acid attacks
    Iranian security forces have apprehended 10 suspects in relation to the recent cases of acid attacks against women in the central city of Esfahan.
  • ‘China to construct Antarctic airfield’
    China is reportedly planning to construct an airfield on the politically neutral continent of Antarctica.
  • 27 militants killed in Afghanistan
    Afghan national security forces have killed 27 Taliban militants and injured 10 others during separate cleanup operations across the country over the past 24 hours.
  • Turkey not letting Peshmerga in Kobani
    Turkey has not yet permitted Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) forces, known as Peshmerga, to depart for Syria to assist in the battle for the Kurdish city of Kobani against ISIL terrorists. […]
  • Russia recognizes Ukraine poll results
    Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says his country will recognize the results of Ukraine’s snap parliamentary election.
  • The Market's Unsustainable Bounce: Fast, Furious, & Prone-To-Failure
    Submitted by John Hussman via Hussman Funds Weekly Market Comment, “The Market Climate remains on a Crash Warning… but we have to allow for the possibility of the usual fast, furious bear market rallies that can occur after the market becomes oversold. In short, near term direction is a coin toss, but the next few days could involve a sizeable move one way o […]
  • Copper Surges After Report Mysterious London Buyer Has Cornered Up To 90% Of Market
    Copper prices are surging this morning (in the face of Goldman's recent warnings of a plunge), jumping 4 handles apparently on the heels of a WSJ story in which LME admits that a single buyer has snapped up more than half the copper held in London Metal Exchange warehouses, giving it control over a crucial source of supply and raising concerns among tra […]
  • BLiNDeD BY OBoLa SCieNCe...
    .     . .     . .       .       . . .       . .       . . .       . .   .   . .   I can't say which theory makes the most sense at this point, but my best guess is that we are witnessing all sorts of government and corporate factions fighting with each other over how to exploit this Ebola situation for their maximum gain. Drug companies simply want to s […]
  • Pentagon To Quarantine Troops Returning From West Africa For 21 Days
    The United Nations' Secretary-General stated that returning workers from Ebola-stricken nations should not be mandatorily quarantined. President Obama expressed his displeasure at mandatory quarantines and "concerns with the unintended consequences of policies not grounded in science." So, the news that "Army troops returning from Ebola z […]
  • Can't Find Any Inflation? Here's A Place To Start
    Lately, there has been much anguished consternation, especially among the tenured US economics professors (primarily those who make 6-digits or more per year) and of course, the Federal Reserve where as we revealed last week, at least 113 government workers make $250,000 (excluding bonuses) and thus all are confined within the cozy cocoon of America's […]
  • 5 Business Lessons from a High-End Escort
    By: Chris Tell at www.CapitalistExploits.at At a recent meeting with a VC in Singapore a strangely interesting article Sex is Sex. But Money Is Money. was shared with me. It was written by a 24-year-old ex-New York escort named Svetlana, and I recommend it to entrepreneurs, business owners and investors alike. What I found most fascinating were the business […]
  • AAPL Among 338 Nasdaq Stocks That Are "Broken" This Morning
    The US stock market is open... so at least one exchange must be broken. Sure enough, as Nanex notes, NYSE Arca and BATS had "issues" this morning as 338 symbols stopped reporting trades between 1018ET and 1028ET. The stocks included AAPL, FB, FOXA and FSLR (HFT darlings). In addition S&P 500 e-mini futures liquidty was the 4th lowest ever durin […]
  • We Don't Have One Problem - We Have Three Interlocking Sets Of Problems
    Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog, The additional sets of problems added as "solutions" only guarantee that the third and final crash of asset bubbles just ahead will be far more devastating than the crashes of 2000 and 2009. The conventional view tacitly assumes the global economy is dealing with one problem: recovering from the G […]
  • POMO Is Officially Dead... Until The Next QE
    Back when QE1 ended in 2010, everyone celebrated the end of POMO, except for websites such as this one which warned it was only a matter of time before the Fed unleashes another QE program to offset the market correction. We were right. Then, when QE2 ended, everyone celebrated the end of POMO, except for... well you get the picture. Moments ago, the last PO […]
  • Stocks Spike On Reuters' "ECB Does QE" Leak Du Jour
    It never gets old... Stocks have spiked - leaving all other asset classes in the dust - as Reuters unleashes their latest rumor: ECB STIMULUS MAY LACK DESIRED SCALE, QE AN OPTION ACCORDING TO SOURCES: REUTERS Reuters adds that the ECB plan to buy private sector assets may fall short and pressure is likely to build for bolder action early next year.  The mark […]
  • Controlled Opposition and Ebola Exposed
    There are several theories regarding the Ebola issue on the net. In this article, I will discuss two of them. Which is the most reasonable? Which makes the most sense? And which one just might be controlled opposition?
  • Ebola Vaccine Commercial – Satire
    Cleverest 1.41 minutes I have ever seen - succeeds in encapsulating the entire hoax.
  • Will EU Authorize 9 GMO Crops at Same Time for Food and Feed?
    The EU Commission might soon rush to give import authorization to eight genetically engineered plants, all at the same time. Further, the Commission might allow maize 1507 for cultivation.
  • 70% of Cheese Products Made with Genetically Engineered Rennet
    Your cheese has more than likely been made with genetically engineered rennet. In fact, according to About.com, up to 70% of store-bought cheese products are.
  • How to Herd Your Tax Cattle (Video)
    Good morning, Mr. President. I’m a representative of the shadow government that put you into power. Did you ever wonder how we keep people fighting with each other? Or obeying our silly rules? Or actually loving their captors and slavemasters? This morning we’re going to brief you on just that. Are you ready to begin?
  • Fear Porn – An Attack on the Immune System
    We are a nation of addicts and that addiction is driving us over the cliff. Time to end the addiction.
  • The Tale of the 4ft Owl
    It came, it conquered, and it left without so much as a burp.
  • Monsanto vs Farmers
    In 1996, Monsanto introduced its first GMO seeds. It ensured that farmers could not save the seeds and essentially lose the ownership of their seeds. Consequently, the power balance shifted away from the farmers to corporations who now own 80 percent of GM corn and 93 percent of the GM soy market. Now farmers not only have to buy the seeds from the corporati […]
  • Evolutionary implications of horizontal transfer of short and degraded DNA
    Recombination with random extracellular DNA must often cause deleterious effects. For a single-celled species this may not be a significant problem because an unlucky cell simply dies, while other colonial cells continue uninterrupted. However, for multicellular species such deleterious mutations may have severe consequences for the remaining cells.
  • Walk like a Computer
    The Programming of Society

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