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Bawell Announces A Halloween Water Ionizer Sale To Raise Awareness About The Fukushima Reactor Repair That Could Devastate The World

October 23, 2013

Bawell Water Ionizers continues their efforts to raise public awareness of the ever growing dangerous situation at Japan’s Fukushima Reactor #4. "TEPCO’s proposed attempt to bring down the fuel pool puts the entire planet at risk," Bawell explains.

Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) October 23, 2013

Today’s Bawell Halloween Water Ionizer Sale announcement comes at the perfect time, right on the heels of the Japanese government’s Fukushima reactor repair. "The latest announcement causes concern for the planet’s water supply, making now the perfect time to think of purchasing a water ionizer filter," the Bawell representative explains.

The Bawell representative continues to explain, "The danger of a huge radiation release from Fukushima 4 seems eminent. TEPCO has announced that they will bring down the fuel pool, containing 13,000 fuel rods and the fuel core, which weighs approximately 400 tons. The hazardous fuel pool is 100 feet in the air, inside the damaged Fukushima Reactor #4 building. Unfortunately the $10 billion allocated for the project by TEPCO seems insufficient; and worse they do not have the technical, engineering, or scientific resources to do it safely. The fuel pool must come down as it is too dangerous where it currently is, the area is prone to earthquakes, plus an underground river flows under the reactor. The river is carrying radiation to the Pacific Ocean, and is eroding the substructure under the reactor causing it to tilt and begin to sink."

According to Harvey Wasserman, author, activist, and historian, "Fuel rods are the most lethal substance humans have ever created." In an interview with Global Research TV, Wasserman explained that fuel rods are covered with zirconium alloy, which unless kept under water spontaneously ignites.

Securing the fuel rods became a top priority for Tepco after Typhoon Man-yi hit Japan on Monday September 16th and a 5.3 magnitude earthquake struck Japan shortly before 2:30 am on Friday September 20th. Tepco later blamed these events for the increases in tritium present in groundwater samples. Chris Busby from the European Committee on Radiation Risk stated in an interview with RT "Radiation cannot suddenly increase unless something happens, the recent increase of 1.8 Sieverts per hour is an enormous increase which cannot come from leaks in tanks, since at all times gamma radiation goes straight through the walls of the tanks, which are only about 1 centimeter thick, and can only block about 5% of the gamma radiation. Something else is responsible for these increases. I have seen a photo taken from the air recently in which the water in the Pacific Ocean directly near the plant appears to be boiling. It is not boiling, but it is very hot and steam is coming off the surface, this means something is fissioning nearby, outside of the reactor buildings, very close to the water."

The Bawell representative warns that, "The radiation in the pool is 13 to 15 thousand times the amount of radiation that was released at Hiroshima. If it dries out or falls for whatever reason, the effect will be felt worldwide. The resulting radiation cloud would head toward Tokyo. Air currents would pull it across the Pacific Ocean, reaching California within a week. It would spread along the coast from Alaska to Mexico. After traversing North America, it would drift over the Atlantic, flow across Europe, and around the world. It might circle the globe several times before beginning to dissipate."

"When TEPCO attempts to remove the fuel pool the risk of a catastrophic accident will be enormous. All the world’s resources must be focused on bringing the pool down safely. A petition will be presented to Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary-General, United Nations and Barack Obama, President, United States by early November. Bawell urges everyone to sign this petition at http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/the-world-community-must. We believe that the survival of the human race is at stake," the Bawell representative explains.

The petition reads,

    "At Fukushima Unit 4, the impending removal of hugely radioactive spent fuel rods from a pool 100 feet in the air presents unparalleled scientific and engineering challenges. With the potential for 15,000 times more fallout than was released at Hiroshima, we ask the world community, through the United Nations, to take control of this uniquely perilous task."

Visit Bawell for information about purifying your own drinking water, and join over a million happy customers that create their own alkaline ionized water every single day.

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