TEPCO – 3 Reactor empty – EMPTY!

From blogger Jan Hemmer : My english is not the best, to be true. Hopefully it is good enough. I am a member of the German “Civil Initiative for a World without an Atomic Threat” – based in one of Germany’s oldest towns – Rottweil, Germany. I’m also a board member of the Federal Agency Chernobyl Germany.

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THE FUTURE IS ON (GENETIC) FIRE!

TEPCO’s reactor 1: EMPTY!

TEPCO’S reactor 2: EMPTY!

TEPCO’S reactor 3: EMPTY!

= The radioactivity of 3,000 Hiroshima bombs and 120 Plutonium bombs is missing! A full scale nuclear war!

Evidence (by TEPCO):

TEPCO reactor 1: Muon Scanner pic:

http://fukushima-diary.com/2015/03/irid-saw-no-fuel-or-water-remaining-in-reactor-core-of-reactor-1/

TEPCO reactor 2: Muon Scanner pic:

http://fukushima-diary.com/2015/03/nagoya-uni-significantly-small-amount-of-fuel-remaining-in-reactor-2-no-announcement-about-underground-situation/

TEPCO reactor 3: Video of the inner containment:

http://photo.tepco.co.jp/en/date/2015/201510-e/151022-01e.html

snapshots:

vented-unit3

more info: https://tekknorg.wordpress.com/2015/04/07/ventilating-or-exploding-each-reactor-architecture-must-lose-radioactive-inventory/

What now, World?

The non dominant mutations in the human race will increase in the next generations, and a massive die-out as in primitive times will occur. More euthanasia? Or letting go of the textbook, symbols and “smiling” – and grow up and adapt to reality.

background on mutations and radiation: https://tekknorg.wordpress.com/2015/10/14/three-nobel-prize-winners-calculated-the-genetic-damage-of-nuclear-energy/

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