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Quote: "The Mainichi Daily News, November 11, 2011:

“A research team here has succeeded in developing a method of removing radioactive cesium from sludge using bacteria” [...]

They “collected sludge from a swimming pool at a public school in the Fukushima Prefecture capital of Fukushima and ran experiments there in September.”

“The researchers mixed 90 grams of photosynthetic bacteria with alginic acid and other chemicals” [...]

“Radiation levels ranging from 12.04 to 14.54 microsieverts per hour at the start of the experiment were found to have dropped to between 2.6 and 4.1 microsieverts per hour by the end of the third day.” [...]

“Through dehydration and incineration, the volume of the used bacteria mixture can be reduced to a seventy-fifth of its original volume, and weight to a hundredth.” [...]

It’s reminiscent of the controversial ‘magic microbe‘ method used by during last year’s massive blowout in the Gulf of Mexico: “There’s a new form of microbiology that is… is attacking this plume and using it as a food source” -BP official Mike Utsler." Go to

Project Abaris
Put simply we cannot afford to allow long-term storage of radioactive waste on Earth (NB. the above microbes are still radioactive, as would be any medium of "organic capture"), safe disposal can only mean The Sun, the human race has been living on borrowed time since it developed the hubris neccesary in order to attempt to exploit it's imagined dominance of the atom, the consumption of the resulting waste within the fusion fires of The Sun is the only possible solution (it would be perhaps advisable however to ensure that those responsible for dropping the last two environmental monitoring satellites into The Pacific not be given responsibilty for the project).

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