1. Patricia
    February 7, 2017 @ 7:28 am

    The radiation levels at Fukushima have reached tragic levels, and it is believed they have burned through the core. Suggestions for tunneling beneath the core to pour a new base are impossible to implement because of the veins of molten lava that travel below. The Pacific is dying, with many reports of large fish also dead because there is not enough plankton for food. There are plans to launch underwater robotics to examine Fukushima, but it seems like too little too late, and the cost to, hopefully, contain are astronomical, in the trillions of dollars. To think that all the while we could have been turning fuel out of hemp, and avoided the total destruction of our waters – and ultimately the very air we breathe. Enenews has information and links to data. I realize the public is most concerned with politics, but it seems to me it could be the lesser story. Hemp reference – http://www.hemp.com/history-of-hemp/ I do enjoy reading your perspective on current events.

  2. Krysta
    March 21, 2017 @ 6:32 am

    Hi Nina,
    Love your insights. You state both months and years for how long the effects last from an eclipse. Is it both, depending on who you read? I.e. Ptolemy says months and someone else says years ( Nixon example)?