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Explosion At Fukushima Reactor! 12/28/13 Radioactive Steam Billowing Out Into The Atmosphere! – 30 December 2013

Uploaded on 29 December 2013 by ShantiUniverse

TEPCO just released on December 28th 2013 that an explosion at the Fukushima Reactor #3 building has taken place and 89 TONS of radioactive material may be releasing into our atmosphere being carried by steam!

Article links: http://www.turnerradionetwork.com/new…

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LIVE Show Monday December 30,2013 @ 2:30pm CT

A Can’t miss Event with BPEarthwatch talking about this disaster and how to prepare if needed!

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I’m posting this for a number of reasons, the first being that we would be foolish to think Fukushima an isolated event that is over and done with. The reactors continually emit radioactive material into the environment. The effects will be felt for decades, if not centuries, to come. This should concern us all, not just those living on the West Coast of the United States. Radiation is getting into our food supply. King crabs and salmon from Alaska and produce and wine from California and Washington are just a few affected foodstuffs.

It’s not just Fukushima. The effects of the BP oil spill are still unknown. Fracking is leaking harmful chemicals and gasses, including methane, into our drinking water 

But no one is paying attention.

I could point fingers at the tea party GOP for their animus towards the EPA, FDA, and other consumer health and safety organizations, but that wouldn’t solve anything.

All we need are people who care enough to make some noise.

If we don’t stand up for our environment, then unemployment, civil rights, marriage equality, and the economy mean nothing. Without safe drinking water and food, we won’t last long enough to worry about voter suppression.

Cause and effect. Everything goes somewhere.

wholockeddeaninthecloset:

spectredeflector:

einfachsein:

ATTENTION PLEASE!!!you have probably already heard of this, but just in case you didn’t here are the news!
In China expatiates a trend that looks like a sick joke, but unfortunately isn’t! LIVE ANIMALS like turtles, fish, lizards etc are being TRAPPED in TINY PLASTIC BAGS and sold as decorative KEYCHAINS!
The bag contains crystallized oxygen and nutrients designed to keep the animals alive, but in reality, most DIE within A DAY! And the ones who make it longer SUFFER every day!
This is not a fucking keychain, it is plain TORTURE!
If you want to do something against the most fucked up keychains ever, here is the petition!! 
Please spread the word, so that this madness stops!


I’m sorry for tagging this with fandoms I just want as many people as possible to see this

I’m sorry to people that follow me and don’t care about this, but it’s to important to ignore.

Yes, this is real. (snopes)


Signal boosting.
I don’t know what to think about this. It’s too f*king sick for words!
I’d like to think that I’m intelligent enough to know that this does not represent China’s cultural attitude toward living creatures, but then I remember the many harmful products imported from Chinese companies. Is it that China just doesn’t give a isht?
I am sickened.
Anyway, here’s the snopes.com article again which backs up this post.

wholockeddeaninthecloset:

spectredeflector:

einfachsein:

ATTENTION PLEASE!!!
you have probably already heard of this, but just in case you didn’t here are the news!

In China expatiates a trend that looks like a sick joke, but unfortunately isn’t! LIVE ANIMALS like turtles, fish, lizards etc are being TRAPPED in TINY PLASTIC BAGS and sold as decorative KEYCHAINS!

The bag contains crystallized oxygen and nutrients designed to keep the animals alive, but in reality, most DIE within A DAY! And the ones who make it longer SUFFER every day!

This is not a fucking keychain, it is plain TORTURE!

If you want to do something against the most fucked up keychains ever, here is the petition!!

Please spread the word, so that this madness stops!
I’m sorry for tagging this with fandoms I just want as many people as possible to see this

I’m sorry to people that follow me and don’t care about this, but it’s to important to ignore.

Yes, this is real. (snopes)

Signal boosting.

I don’t know what to think about this. It’s too f*king sick for words!

I’d like to think that I’m intelligent enough to know that this does not represent China’s cultural attitude toward living creatures, but then I remember the many harmful products imported from Chinese companies. Is it that China just doesn’t give a isht?

I am sickened.

Anyway, here’s the snopes.com article again which backs up this post.

futuredirected:

spoken-not-written:

bashdoard:

wetookthe405:

WHAT THE FUCK KIND OF AD IS THIS

A REALLY EFFECTIVE ONE SAVE THE FROGS

FROGS ARE CUTE NO DON’T KILL FROGS

Just personally killing a frog (which is not nice, don’t do it) isn’t the problem.  Many frog species are endangered or under stress because of environmental pollutants.  We have to be careful with pesticides, herbicides, carbon, plastics and other petroleum products, fuels, and so on.  Let’s work on being kind to our home planet.

Everything you use, that winds up in the water supply, will negatively affect frogs.
Everything you flush down the toilet (medications, etc) find their way into the water supply and affect all life forms that live in streams, rivers, and oceans.
Everything goes somewhere.
Small creatures, like Frogs, Fish, and Bees are among the early environmental indicators. If they go, our days on this planet will be numbered.

futuredirected:

spoken-not-written:

bashdoard:

wetookthe405:

WHAT THE FUCK KIND OF AD IS THIS

A REALLY EFFECTIVE ONE SAVE THE FROGS

FROGS ARE CUTE NO DON’T KILL FROGS

Just personally killing a frog (which is not nice, don’t do it) isn’t the problem.  Many frog species are endangered or under stress because of environmental pollutants.  We have to be careful with pesticides, herbicides, carbon, plastics and other petroleum products, fuels, and so on.  Let’s work on being kind to our home planet.

Everything you use, that winds up in the water supply, will negatively affect frogs.

Everything you flush down the toilet (medications, etc) find their way into the water supply and affect all life forms that live in streams, rivers, and oceans.

Everything goes somewhere.

Small creatures, like Frogs, Fish, and Bees are among the early environmental indicators. If they go, our days on this planet will be numbered.

(Source: haus-of-ill-repute)

With all their talk of Family Values, you’d think Conservatives would embrace green energy.

If for no other reason than their children’s future.

theymightbeclippy:

50  Ways to Up-cycle Plastic Bags 
(via Saved By Love Creations)
coasters
shoes
flowers for your flip flops
‘yarn’
lunch bags
aprons
jump ropes
various jewelry items

theymightbeclippy:

50  Ways to Up-cycle Plastic Bags 

(via Saved By Love Creations)

  • coasters
  • shoes
  • flowers for your flip flops
  • ‘yarn’
  • lunch bags
  • aprons
  • jump ropes
  • various jewelry items

Test Tube Meat: TIME Explains


Meat grown in labs without the use of animals or factory farming could become a reality in the future. TIME writer Bryan Walsh explains



…I grow an appreciation for vegetarians with each passing day. :\

thisbigcity:

This is a cocopeat filter, which could offer a sustainable option for water filtration in cities. Wastewater is passed through, trapping suspended solids. These are then consumed by microbes living in the dust. The process removes 90% of solids and pathogens found in domestic wastewater. The final product is an effluent safe enough to be used for crop irrigation or simply discharged back into the environment. Read more in our latest post.

thisbigcity:

This is a cocopeat filter, which could offer a sustainable option for water filtration in cities. Wastewater is passed through, trapping suspended solids. These are then consumed by microbes living in the dust. The process removes 90% of solids and pathogens found in domestic wastewater. The final product is an effluent safe enough to be used for crop irrigation or simply discharged back into the environment. Read more in our latest post.