“After the Japanese 3/11 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster at Fukushima Dai-ichi in 2011, an American named Christopher Noland volunteered in the massive cleanup effort. What he found led him on a path to answers across North East Japan – to the government, to the power ...read more
Operation SAVE the Earth is a 4-step plan to save Japan and mankind from certain destruction. Through education and action, these 4 steps can be achieved to save millions of lives from the nuclear fallout of Fukushima Dai-ichi. Together we can help each other survive this global disaster. ...read more
Operation SAVE the Earth was born from the need to communicate about the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear disaster and how it is affecting Japan and the rest of the world. This may be the greatest challenge that mankind will ever face. I am not doing this solely for myself, I am doing this for Y ...read more
Educate yourself and connect with others to spread the word about Fukushima. Check out these important and very informative links to resources including websites and videos. Research, gather information and share what you have learned on your social networks. Check back often for new ...read more
The OSTE Forum is a central location for people to gather and talk about the problems we ALL face as a result of the nuclear disaster at Fukushima Dai-ichi. It’s time to organize and execute on the plan so that we can continue life as we know it.read more
All you need is 8 minutes a day to make a difference. Operation SAVE the Earth Podcasts are chock full of information and talking points to discuss with family and friends, and they’re only 8 minutes long! Episodes 1-20 are archived HERE Add to your knowledge base. View the OSTE Vide ...read more
Tokyo Electric Power Co. will work with the U.S. Department of Energy in decommissioning the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant and the relentless on-site accumulation of radioactive water, President Naomi Hirose said. Courtesy of Japan Times IWEBIX Webdesign
Workers at Japan’s stricken Fukushima nuclear plant have begun removing fuel rods from a storage pond at the Unit 4 reactor building. Read more at BBC NEWS
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