Couple Photos from the drive back through the Colorado Rockies

Southern Colorado – April 2, 2015

Scroll down for the photos.


(“On a side-note”:  If you wonder where things are at at with the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster site… Well, to quote from The New York Times, (March 27, 2015), “[…] No one knows where the molten fuel debris lies, and in what shape or state. Tokyo Electric Power Co., which operates Fukushima Dai-ichi, has said it likely sank to the bottom of the plant. But the fuel could have dropped even beyond. […]” 

TEPCO, the nuclear power company that brought us the world’s worst (and ongoing) industrial disaster so far, is finally beginning to admit that full-on melt-through-and melt-out is happening, the very nightmare scenario known as “China Syndrome” that I and many others who’ve been watching this reported on early on.  See also my (!-> May 17, 2011), “China Syndrome” possible at Fukushima Daiichi #1 ???”  The absurd slow speed with which they admit what is really going on appears to be part of a deeply misguided nuclear industry perception management strategy.

All nuclear power plants currently in use are inherently unsafe and must be switched to cold shutdown phase ASAP.  Anything less is pure madness.  

As for Fukushima-Daiichi and the Pacific Ocean that is being contaminated with hundreds of tons of radioactively contaminated water (DAILY) … there currently is no solution in sight.

At time of editing, seems that access to the nuclear news aggregator,, is currently interfered with…

Freedom of Press doesn't really mean all that much when you may be able to say what you want, but few can hear it...This after they posted, “Times: “The worst possible result” revealed at Fukushima — Plant Chief: Centuries may pass before humans find a way to deal with molten cores — Top Official: “We have no idea” what to do, “the technology simply doesn’t exist… I can’t say it’s possible” (VIDEOS)

Couple hours later, all went back to normal.

(Anyhow, I thought I’d mention one of these apparent access disruptions, as this blog gets blocked off and on as well.  I found that out when I wrote about the radioactive cloud that leaked from Zaporizhia (ZNPP), Ukraine, in late 2014 (officially covered up).

Related to Fukushima, see also these relevant blog posts of mine:

All that as a side-note…]

PHOTOS from my drive back:

These are from last week’s drive back from Boulder to the San Luis Valley in Southern Colorado (USA):

DSCN2594Missed my exit somehow, so I went with the I-70 traffic till Highway 93 south.  Different route, not that much longer and very picturesque as well, more through the heart of the Rockies.  ;-) DSCN2597 DSCN2606To arrive in Leadville, Colorado:  DSCN2615And onward to the south of the state… DSCN2629 As seen from Café Dawn in Salida, Colorado: DSCN2638… Home Sweet Home … 

The Sangre de Cristo Mountains by Crestone, Colorado:

DSCN2663I live in there somewhere… ;-)

DSCN2681I do get a signal (internet access through the cell phone network), but sense that blogging may be limited for some time, until some pragmatic challenges are resolved.

Being with the mountain energies…

 May all beings on the Earth, without exception,  enjoy peace, happiness and complete prosperity. ☼

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