(Tamu Massif) – Fukushima nuclear waste has set off the powerhouse volcano Tamu Massif. The super volcano resides only a few thousands of miles east of Japan and rests directly beneath the dreaded Fukushima death plume.
As previously predicted by National Report’s scientific experts, the tons of radioactive waste have sent the volcano into a freak, premature eruption. This caused the 7.3 Magnitude earthquake that ravished Fukushima again today.
Scientists are waiting it out but claim the prognosis looks grim. As stated in a previous news report when Tamu Massif was first discovered:
“As unsuppressed irradiated waste seeps into the volcano Tamu Massif, it is feared that the combination of volatile chemicals will ignite a violent eruption. If said eruption were to occur, it would result in a massive underwater explosion sending toxic debris flying in all directions of the Earth. The fallout would also result in gigantic radioactive tsunamis, earthquakes and enormous casualties in marine life. This catastrophic event could permanently alter ecosystems and contaminate the ocean rendering it permanently uninhabitable.”
Speculation is now becoming a reality as the 7.3 magnitude earthquake ravishes Japan.
The toxic lava has already begun to bubble up and float on the ocean’s surface.
“Once the radiation causes the volcano to erupt it will also create toxic lava which will find its way to the surface and dry into literal floating islands of glowing, radioactive rock which will spew poisonous nerve gas into the atmosphere.”
Ironically, the only solution that has been proposed is to bomb the underwater volcano with a nuclear warhead. By propelling an explosive device deep into the Pacific Ocean officials hope the resulting blast will clog the mouth of the volcano and effectively nullify any dangers.
Environmentalist call this plan ludicrous and declared the added nuke could actually make matters worse. Not only will the wicked Death Plume more than double in size, but it could also result in the actual turning of the sea tides as well. While the strategy might quell the bubbling cauldron that is Tamu Massif, it still does not account for the mass loss of sea life that will surely result through this “fix”.