Archive for March, 2015

This is a comment from  I thought it was fantastic and should be a full blog-post.  Everyone really ought to read this and learn a bit about what is really happening at Fukushima Daiichi: On 3/25/2015, Tepco reported to NRA (Nuclear Regulation Authority) that 2,200,000,000,000 Bq of All β nuclide (including Strontium-90) leaked from the plant area to the plant port in the recent 314 days. The term is from 4/16/2014 to 2/23/2015. Regarding Tritium, 4,800,000,000,000 Bq leaked to the port, Tepco reported. These nuclides are contained in groundwater from the plant area. Tepco cannot complete building the underground wall to to separate the land and port because the wall would cause groundwater overflow in the plant area. These are incredibly high numbers. Now that we have this new information let’s do a little math to see where we’re at? 2.2 trillion Bq over 314 days = 7006369426.751592357 Bq /day @ 7 billion 291932059.447983015 Bq /hr @ 292 Million 81092.238735551 Bq / sec. @ 81 thousand According to TEPCO 4.8 Trillion Bq or roughly twice as much Tritium escaped into the Pacific. That’s roughly 162,000 Bq every second. Since this figure is short 51 days from a complete year that puts the grand total at: 2.557324841×10¹² Bq / yr 5.114649682×10¹² Bq /yr of Tritium using these numbers as a baseline & the common consensus that there is more radiation during the initial accident, – let’s just use these figures to be conservative. 1.022929936×10¹³ Bq of the 8 common isotopes tested 2.045859873×10¹³ Bq of Tritium as of March 11 2015 FYI: 10¹³ is 10 Trillion In other words, between what’s been released into the atmosphere & the surrounding land mass plus what’s been dumped into the ocean you could say (at least according to TEPCO) there has been roughly 30 Trillion bq of radioactive material released from Fukushima since 311 (plus 15 days) As an aside for comparison & to put this into perspective: — The Hiroshima bomb used 800 grams of plutonium. — Reactor 3 alone was mox fuel 2 million times more leathal than Chernobyl. — Each of the 4 fuel pools contained 122,000 fuel rods weighing 1.76kg ea. — A gram of strontium produces more radionuclides than all the grains of sands on every beach on earth List of radio isotopes (to name a few) released from FDNPP: Cesium-134-137 HL 30 years Tritium-HL 12 years Iodine-131 HL 8 days Uranium-233 HL 159,200 years Plutonium-240 HL 6563 years Strontium-90 HL 28 years Here’s the biggie…… Naturally occurring Tellurium-128 (respective HL) 2.2 septillion Tellurium-130 790 quintillion The standard has aways been a dose per year = 1mSv / y, 1 Rem = .01 Sieverts Radiation from the earth every hour 0.04μSv / h, Radiation from outer space is a per hour 0.03μSv / h. Any doubts as to why everything in the Pacific is dying? #wecanseeradiation

Fukushima Daiichi

Fukushima Daiichi unit-three/ reactor-building-3. Can anyone find a spent-fuel pool there?

Fukushima unit-3. Yeah, it exploded. Yet, Tepco and the MSM have put out the word that they’re going to clean up the spent-fuel pool.. Come ON!

Watch your step at Fukushima..  Who knows what building it is?  It is a mess!

Watch your step at Fukushima.. Who knows what building it is? It is a mess!

First, we’ll look at the waters off Hawaii, where this guy and his friends went out to document what they might find while on vacation.  This video was made and posted in 2014.

 I don’t know, but, what is the point of diving anymore?We’ve seen, from Mexico up into Canada, on the western coast of the USA, many creatures are crashing/ dying.

In 2011 and 2012, sardines washed ashore in the hundreds of thousands, if not millions.  People were aghast, but nobody wanted to figure out why this happened.  There was no el-nino.  There was no red-tide.  From the LA Times:  April 20, 2011|By Tony Barboza, Los Angeles Times … Last month’s massive dieoff occurred after millions of sardines swam into King Harbor and suffocated. (Now, why was this?)

2012, 2013, 2014, it was Sea-Stars:    Sciencetimes and so many other publications have reported this is a virus.  But, the only virus they found  was one that stars have lived among and with for decades.  SO, it wasn’t that;  yet, have they come up with any other ideas as to the massive deaths?  No.   This is what they have maintained (LA):   Feb 3, 2014 – Millions have died from a “starfish wasting disease” that has been afflicting the ocean … Scientists are baffled to what has caused the starfish dieoff, but they suspect it is some sort of pathogen.  *it wasn’t, but they’ll stick with that inane rumor*

Also, in 2012, began the mass die-off of those cute little sea-lions.  Each year, since then, the number of dead and dying sea-lions, washing ashore in all parts of the West Coast, has grown exponentially.  This is from NatGeo:

Mysterious Sea Lion Die-Off Strikes Again on California Coast

Feb 13, 2015 – Tiny sea lion pups are washing up on beaches in unusually high numbers—for the third winter in a row.

From, The San Jose Mercury News:

Sea lions desperate for nourishment dying off in alarming numbers …  It’s 7:30 a.m. at the Marine Mammal Center, and the sea lion pups are famished. For the past five weeks, volunteers have been desperately trying to nurse back to health more than a hundred sea lions found stranded along the state’s beaches in a mystery that’s threatening one of California’s most lovable sea creatures.

The tidal pools up in British Columbia are missing a lot of life.  It’s not just sea-stars and kelp, though they’re missing and confirmed dead, too. It’s the anemones, stars, along with all kinds of kelp and alga.  But, those anemones,  so vibrant and absolute proof of life, which every diver spent time spying and photographing, are gone.  Anyone who cares, and everyone should care, needs to go take a look at videos and photos by  Dana Durnford, aka,, aka, BeautifulGirlByDana (in   Not only are there very few anemones, but snails, sea-cucumbers, sea-sponges, plankton, and all of the tiny creatures from the nurseries and natural hatcheries of the ocean, have simply disappeared.  I don’t think they packed-up and left for warmer (or cooler) waters.  They have died. They are gone.  They won’t be seen again, at least not up in BC, Canada.  That’s terrible and scary, too, for the ocean provides what all animals, including man, need in order to survive on this planet.

Let’s talk sea-birds.  The Cassin Auklet is dying off in droves!  Some might think, who cares about this little bird?  Does it really matter that it may just die?  Think again..  Here, a report, from NatGeo:

Mass Death of Seabirds in Western U.S. Is ‘Unprecedented’

Jan 24, 2015 – Blue-footed diving seabirds called cassin’s auklets, including this one, have … Researchers are wondering if the dieoff might spread to other birds or even fish.

And, from SOTT:  

Pacific seabirds dying in record numbers – 100,000 auklets

Seabirds in the northwest of US and Canada are dying in their thousands, but no-one knows why.  So far, volunteers have found around eight-thousand carcasses of the blue-footed seabird called the Cassin’s Auklet along the coast from British Columbia down into northern California.  Scientists estimate as many as 100,000 auklets – most of them young – have died. The question is why .(really?)

The Brown Pelican:  La Jolla, California, seems to be one of the worst places to be a bird.  This pelican, which was removed from the, “endangered species list”, is now more endangered than ever!  So is the California banded-pigeon (no, not the usual flying-rat of the city;  they seem to be okay..;  this is their, “country cousin”)  The California blackbird (which is actually a tri-colored bird) is dying and falling out of the sky.  Why is this?  It seems these birds have been growing tumors in their beaks!  They end up not able to eat or breathe, and they die a horrible, suffocating death.

 Here’s a great map of die-offs in the US:  This map is often updated because it has to be done.

The Snow Geese;  in the past month, the Canadian Snow Goose has been dying.  Yes, these beautiful birds are, literally, “just (falling) out of the sky..”, and again, nobody knows why!(??)  From  

2,000 dead snow geese ‘basically… just fell out of the sky’ in Idaho

Volunteers and Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG) staff members spent the weekend collecting the carcasses of about 2,000 migrating snow geese that died mid-flight. Its officials believe the birds were killed by avian cholera.

“Basically, they just fell out of the sky,” IDFG spokesman Gregg Losinski told Reuters.

Snow geese breed on the tundras of Canada and Alaska during the summer, and spend the winters along both American coasts, as well as in marshes, grasslands and wet areas near ponds. These birds were migrating back to their nesting grounds in Northern Alaska from the southwestern US and Mexico, and died while stopping at Idaho’s Mud Lake and Market Lake Wildlife Management Areas, IDFG said in a statement.

(NO;  nobody has proven avian-cholera has actually killed any of these birds.  It is only a GUESS, and they won’t be coming back to that with more proof, as there won’t be any proof of this disease.)

A team of University of Idaho researchers studied geese more than a decade ago. They found that less than 5 percent of healthy wild birds were carriers of the avian cholera bacteria.

“Our results confirm the hypothesis that wild waterfowl are carriers of avian cholera and add support for the hypothesis that wild birds are a reservoir for this disease,”Michael D. Samuel, the head of the research team, said, according to the Daily Times Gazette.  (*again, this is a virus or bacteria that these birds have lived with and among for years, with no ill-effects, and surely, not dying from it.)

Let’s talk SALMON:  It’s Springtime (almost) and hatcheries are letting go their salmon into the rivers.  It is what they normally do, but the past four years have not been normal for salmon.  Salmon have been dying soon after being released into the wild.  From KCET:  

If Delta Salmon Die, They Could Take Orcas With Them

**Yeah, they’re worried about the Orca, a newcomer to the area, a mammal that really doesn’t even belong there.  But, if it gets people thinking about and looking at the huge die-offs of salmon, then, okay:

(this time, they blame it on drought..)

But there are other species threatened by our diverting water from the Sacramento Delta that don’t lend themselves so well to pro-industry PR. There are the Sacramento’s once-mighty runs of salmon, themselves the foundation of an important industry. There are prehistoric-looking sturgeons and steelhead beloved by anglers.  And there’s one Endangered species threatened by Delta diversions so popular that the last time the ag industry took it on, the nation’s animal lovers rose up in protest..  That beast?  The orca, Orcinus orca, also known as the killer whale.  No, there aren’t orcas living in the Sacramento Delta, though they have been known to visit from time to time. But the Delta is crucial to the survival of certain orcas’ main food source, the Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). The more water we take out of the Delta, the more imperiled the Sacramento’s Chinook salmon runs become — and that’s bad news for the orcas that depend on them.

There are many sea-mammals and fish and birds that live by the sea that are dying, which  I truly don’t have the time or the space to mention, here and now.  But, scientists and marine-biologists are seemingly not talking with one another.  The fish guys don’t seem to know that the birds are falling out of the sky.  The sea-lion watchers fail to acknowledge the huge number of salmon and even sardines (huge part of the sea-lion diet) that have simply washed ashore, dead as door-knobs.  Why is this?  I would think it has everything to do with the fact that they’d have to all comprehend that something is taking out LIFE in the Pacific.  Something has the ability to cross species.  Something has the power to change the water (tritiated water is deadly!) these cretures live in and alongside…

It seems none of these scientists want to be labeled as kooks, and this means nobody wants to say, FUKUSHIMA!

For much more information, check out,

Thanks to Lasha Darkmoon for this great post:

‘Quantum Physics is bunk,’ says top quantum physicist
Lasha Darkmoon
March 21, 2015 Articles
“We honestly have no fucking idea what we’re doing”, a leading quantum physicist admits. According to Dr Amit Goswami, quantum physics is one big spoof — and always has been.

Followed by a short discourse by Lasha Darkmoon
on Quantum Physics, God and the After-Life

Theoretical Quantum Physicist Dr. Amit Goswami (pictured) admitted today that he, and his peers, have absolutely “no fucking idea” what they’re doing, and claims they were no nearer than prehistoric man to figuring out the Universe.

“We have been just winging it to tell you the truth,” explained the 78-year-old in an exclusive interview with WWN. “Seriously, I haven’t a clue what’s going on. Neither does anyone else in my field. We keep proving stuff that never actually happened”.

“Our cover is blown, what can I say? he added.

Dr. Goswami’s comments came after yet another alleged breakthrough in quantum mechanics which claims the universe has existed forever, as opposed to being created by a ‘big bang’.

“Over the years there have been just a handful of us pretending to know something about the universe that no one else does,” he went on. “But this is all lies to feed the charade. I’ve had some great times during the years, travelling the world and giving talks on our pretend finds”.

When asked how he got away with it for so long, he replied:

“I found out a long time ago that everything can be proven with a mathematical equation. Now, I mean everything; from unicorns, fire-breathing dragons, God and even the G-spot. None of it is true. Me and the handful that know the truth have been riding the Quantum Physicist celebrity wave for quite some time now, but it must end – before someone gets hurt”.
The University of Oregon professor warned that the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, could potentially wipe out the entire planet if the project is not put to a halt.

“Seriously, when myself, Higgs and Ben (Benjamin Lockspeiser, CERN’s first president) first pitched the idea, we never thought it would get funding. It was gonna cost billions for Christ’s sake,” he recalled. “Fuck knows what the thing does – no one does. Firing particles at each other at the speed of light can’t end well. I’m just worried now we took the joke too far”.

Ending the interview, professor Goswami apologised for “spoofing” everybody over the years. “I’m coming near the end of my days now and I just want to get this off my chest,” he said. “I just hope the world can forgive us”.



On Quantum Physics, God and the After-Life
by Lasha Darkmoon

Dead-or-alive cat vs. Uncertainty Principle

Reader, here are a few random notes on quantum physics which may be of interest to you.

I have just learned that the website that published the above article specializes in satirical spoofs. So quantum physics fans can relax! The above article was satire. The weird and wonderful world of quantum physics, complete with Schrödinger’s cat and an infinite number of parallel universes, is still with us.

I am also reliably informed that the nice Indian professor, Dr Goswami, never uses such bad language in his lectures and seminars and that his students would recoil in horror if he kept coming out with the F-word in such a shocking manner. Having said that, however, I must add that any student of quantum physics will tell you that there is bound to be a universe, somewhere or other, in which another version of Dr Goswami is doing just that — swearing like a trooper and using the F-word!

According to quantum physics, there a universe in which Hitler won the Second World War. This is not science fiction. It is fact.

In that other alternative universe, every bit as valid as the one we inhabit, Hitler killed all the Jews in the world and there was not a single Jewish survivor left to tell the tale, nor a single Holocaust museum to commemorate the extermination of the Jews.

But wait! there is also a universe in which Hitler killed no Jews at all—not systematically and in large numbers—because he never intended to holocaust them in the first place! In such a universe, large numbers of Jews survived and went on to allege the extermination of six million Jews and to build numerous Holocaust museums to commemorate that fictitious event.

I am not being facetious, nor am I stating that this is the universe where this happened. I am simply saying that, according to quantum physics, there certainly IS a universe in which no Jews were systematically killed in gas chambers on the orders of Hitler.

The variations to this story, of course, are infinite.
There is a universe in which the very concept of God does not exist and where not a single sentient being has even entertained that possibility.

There are other universes where everyone, without exception, believes implicitly in God, for they experience him every day of their lives.

There are universes full of demons, hellfire, everlasting torments. There are heavens and hells and purgatories scattered all across the multiverse. There are more universes than there are grains of sand in all the galaxies of a thousand trillion planets. Yes! there are more universes than there are drops of waters in the Infinite Ocean that swirls like a tempest in Brahman’s brain!
To quote the subtitle of a best-selling book on quantum physics: “Everything that can happen does happen.” Or in the words of the English mystical poet William Blake, “Everything possible to be believed is an image of the Truth.”


I am making none of this up. I don’t have to. You will find it everywhere in quantum physics. And the insights of quantum physics can be found in the great Oriental religions. Read The Tao of Physics, by Fritjjof Capra. According to its sub-title, this is “an exploration of the parallels between modern physics and Eastern mysticism.”

If you want to read a stimulating essay about the great debt which quantum physics owes to Vedanta, you could try reading How does quantum physics work, you may ask, what is it, and where does it come from? This will tell you how the great insights of quantum physics are found prefigured in the Vedas. Schrödinger, Einstein and Tesla were apparently all heavily influenced by Vedantic philosophers such as Shankara, Ramanuja and Madhva.

Much has been written on the theory of parallel universes. Here are a few books which I happen to have in my library. I haven’t had time to read them all yet, but I hope to do so before I die: The Never-Ending Days of Being Dead, by Marcus Chown; Schrödinger’s Kittens and the Search for Reality: Solving the Quantum Mysteries, by John Gribbin; Parallel Worlds: The Science of Alternative Universes and our Future in the Cosmos, by Michio Kaku.

Inseparable from science is the idea of God. Even the most atheistical scientists appear to be haunted by the idea of God. Or of God’s possibility. Even as they run from God, God’s specter pursues them, never letting them rest. For according to the uncanny dictates of quantum physics, the mere possibility of God guarantees his existence. Whatever can be, is.

Amazingly, the world is full of irrational people who hate God because he doesn’t exist. And if God’s existence were suddenly proved to them, they would hate him even more for refuting their atheism!

Two theoretical physicists who have obsessed about God at great length are Paul Davies and John Polkinghorne. See The Mind of God: Science and the Search for Ultimate Meaning, by Paul Davies; and God and the New Physics, by the same author. As for Professor John Polkinghorne, he has had no problem in reconciling quantum physics with Christianity. He has done so in numerous books whose titles can be found here. If you have time, read his short essay Quarks, Chaos, and Christianity.

Here is an extended quote from Polkinghorne about the veracity of miracles; or the possibility that there are times and places where the laws of physics are suspended:

“Unprecedented things [may occur]. After all, God is the ordainer of the laws of nature, not someone who is subject to them. However, precisely because they are his laws, simply to overturn them would be for God to act against God, which is absurd.

The theological question is, does it make sense to suppose that God has acted in a new way? One thing that is theologically incredible is that God is some sort of celestial conjuror, doing a turn to impress today that he didn’t think of yesterday, and won’t be bothered to do tomorrow. God can’t be capricious. He must be utterly consistent. However, consistency isn’t the same as dreary uniformity.

In unprecedented circumstances, God can do unexpected things. Yet there will always be a deep underlying consistency that makes it intelligible, for example, that God raised Jesus from the dead that first Easter Day, while, in the course of present history, our experience is that dead men stay dead. The search for this consistency is the theological challenge of miracle.
— Quarks, Chaos, and Christianity pp 82-83; quoted here.


Professor Robert Lanza, from Wake Forest University School of Medicine in North Carolina, maintains that quantum physics has conclusively proved the existence of an afterlife.

Lanza claims that his theory of biocentrism proves that death is an illusion. He argues that the universe does not create life, but that life creates the universe. This means that space and time don’t exist in the linear fashion we think they do. Lanza uses the famous double-split experiment to illustrate his point. And if space and time aren’t linear, then death can’t exist in any real sense either.

I am more or less quoting Lanza here without quotation marks.

“Bottom line: What you see could not be present without your consciousness,” Lanza explains. “Our consciousness makes sense of the world.”

A person’s consciousness determines the shape and size of objects in the universe. Lanza uses the example of the way we perceive the world around us.

A person sees a blue sky, and is told that the colour they are seeing is blue, but the cells in a person’s brain could be changed to make the sky look green or red. Our consciousness makes sense of the world, and can be altered to change this interpretation.

Theoretical physicists believe that there is infinite number of universes with different variations of people, and situations taking place, simultaneously.

Lanza added that everything which can possibly happen is occurring at some point across these multiverses and this means death can’t exist in ‘any real sense’ either. Lanza, instead, said that when we die our life becomes a ‘perennial flower that returns to bloom in the multiverse.’

See Quantum physics proves that there IS an afterlife, claims scientist.

“If the experience of science teaches anything,” Prof. John Polkinghorne notes, “it’s that the world is very strange and surprising. The many revolutions in science have certainly shown that.”

The sheer uncanniness of the universe is a constantly repeated meme among scientists. The more we think about the universe, the weirder it becomes.

A few years ago, a Cambridge scientist at a cocktail party said to me in jest, with a merry twinkle in his eye: “The universe is impossible. That’s why it exists.” I riposted, “Credo quia absurdum — I believe because it is absurd!” — “Touché!” he laughed, downing his drink.

The great physicist Sir James Jeans was once asked in an interview: “Do you believe that life on this planet is the result of some sort of accident, or do you believe that it is a part of some great scheme?”

He replied:

I incline to the idealistic theory that consciousness is fundamental, and that the material universe is derivative from consciousness, not consciousness from the material universe. In general, the universe seems to me to be nearer to a Great Thought than to a great machine. It may well be that each individual consciousness ought to be compared to a brain-cell in a Universal Mind. (See here)

This is what any reasonable person can ask of a religion: to see if it works.

The reason for the steep decline in religion nowadays has nothing to do with Darwinism and the triumph of the scientific outlook. It is the easiest thing in the world to reconcile science and religion. Cambridge physicist and mathematician John Polkinghorne, who won the prestigious Templeton prize for his work in particle physics, also happens to be a practicing Christian.

Neither Newton nor Pascal, though they lived well before Darwin, had any problem with Christianity. Newton wrote more extensively about the Bible than he did about physics. As for Pascal, mathematician and philosopher who helped to lay the groundwork with Fermat for Leibnitz’ formulation of the infinitesimal calculus, his faith was based on a mystical experience so intense, lasting two hours, that it haunted him for the rest of his life.

Those who visit China have no difficulty believing in the existence of China; and those who have seen the face of the imperishable Beauty never forget it.

“The universe is not only stranger than we imagine, it is stranger than we can imagine,” said the physicist Sir Arthur Eddington, echoing almost identical words by British biologist JBS Haldane.