Obama’s Gold – 94.6% Pure, Bomb Grade Plutonium
21,000 Lbs of Plutonium Was Sent to Japan. Where is it?
(San Francisco) President Obama asked Duke Power Corporation in the States to test run some plutonium fuel rods (MOX) in three of their reactors. The physicists said No; but, the head boss of Duke Power said “Yes.” Obama’s test run failed miserably.
See this clip from the American TV Series “Newsroom” from Gordon Duff’s YouTube site.
As a result, the country very nearly lost the state of South Carolina. Those deadly Plutonium cores were jerked out of those three big Duke Power reactors so fast it would make your head spin.
Undaunted, unbowed and too ignorant to be afraid, the President of the United States asked the President of a Japanese utility, the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO,) to run the “test” of the Plutonium fuel.
Now, what are you going to do when the President of the US asks you for a favor?
The test was slated immediately for the MOX fuel rods, of course. That is 21,000 lbs of 94.6% pure bomb grade Plutonium 239 (Pu 239) down blended and mixed with Uranium to form MOX 6% Pu 239 nuclear fuel rods.
Here’s what happened, perhaps as a result of President Obama’s political dabbling in real life-or-death physics. This stuff gets real serious real fast.
These “brave” characters inhabiting an imaginary newsroom on the set of “THE NEWSROOM,” an American TV series are closer to the reality of Japan’s sabotaged reactors than their real life news reader counterparts will ever be. Five hundred eighteen days into the continuous reactor meltdowns and global dispersion of reactor cores; it’s a direct choice for “Gruesome Death” made by the pro-nukers. The deed is done and cannot be reversed.
MOX stands for Mixed Oxide Fuel. The very poisonous bomb grade Pu 239 is taken from Hydrogen Bombs and mixed with Uranium to form pellets for fuel rods for nuclear reactors. The fuel rods are about five (5) meters or 16 ft long and as big around as a person’s thumb.
Pu 239 is very hard for bomb makers to work with and tends to go off by itself, which makes for a really bad day. The manufacturing of Hydrogen Bombs is a very nasty business in any country. Putting extra Pu 239 in nuclear reactors to boil water for steam is insane.
How many Lethal Doses of radiation from radioactive particles are in our air just from Fukushima Daiichi’s trashed reactors? As of Jun 29, 2012 Dr. Paolo Scampa, a noted physicist stated:
“… [about Fukushima reactors exploding] … occasioning a prodigious explosion of radioactivity and radiotoxicity which over time, is several times the amount needed to kill by internal contamination the whole human race.” - Dr Paolo Scampa, PhD., Nuclear Physicist.
What hath Obama wrought?
Sources and Notes.
“The Newsroom,” HBO TV Series, Alan Sorkin, Creator, “Bullies.” Episode 6, Jul 26, 2012 centered on the explosion, meltdown and continued poisoning of the Earth by the trashed reactors at Fukushima Daiichi, Japan. (above)
“Fukushima’s Melted Reactors 500 Days On, ” Bob Nichols, VeteransToday, Jul 29, 2012,
“sabotaged generators,” Bob Nichols, VeteransToday, Jun 9, 2012, “Kill One Kill Twelve Kill Millions Kill Billions”
Calculate duration between two dates
From and including: Friday, March 11, 2011
To and including: Wednesday, August 9, 2012
It is 518 days from the start date to the end date, end date included
Or 1 year, 4 months, 30 days including the end date
October 28th, 2011 (Fri)
Kenichi Ohmae (BBT University President)
Lessons Learned From Fukushima Dai-ichi – Report & Movie
- Press Release ⇒ pressrelease_111028.pdf
- BWR & Interim Report ⇒ interimrepo_111028.pdf
- PWR & Final Report ⇒ finalrepo_111225.pdf
PDF Report (Appendix)
- Appendix-1 (BWR: Chronology) ⇒ apdx_chronology_and_power-loss.pdf
- Appendix-2 (PWR: Applicability) ⇒ apdx_applicability_to_pwp.pdf
Youtube Movie (English Subtitles)
Press Release ⇒ (about 30min.)
Detailed Description ⇒ (about 120min.)
Final Report ⇒ (about 75min.)
Summary ⇒ (about 15min.)
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