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7,900 Radioactive Rods ready to enter the Pacific ! Ambassador : " Fate of Japan and the whole world depends on NO. 4 reactor "

 
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Thanks, asshole Rothschilds; for raping the earth of her uranium ...

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Thanks, asshole Rothschilds; for raping the earth of her uranium ...

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... it's better than Uranus , or mine .

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American Nuclear Society Report on Fukushima : "Human Error, Flaws in Governance and Oversight Contributed to the Severity of the Accident"

From the website of American Nuclear Society:


The American Nuclear Society Special Committee on Fukushima

" ... As importantly, the Committee believes that in responding to the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi NPS, human error and flaws in governance and regulatory oversight contributed to the severity of the accident. These errors and human factors must be understood and addressed before substantively modifying technology ... ".

COUGH , building a nuclear reactor on a Known Active fault line is NOT human error or an oversight ... it's a crime .
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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Yasumi Iwakami Tweets About His Recent Health Problems After His Visit to Fukushima I Nuke Plant in February

(and boy he received some nasty tweets in response...)

Yasumi Iwakami is arguably one of the best known independent journalists in Japan covering the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant accident, particularly among net users. I happened on Iwakami's live netcast of TEPCO press conferences on his USTREAM channel very early on in the crisis, and have followed him and his reporting since.

[link to ex-skf.blogspot.ca]


... My doctor said, "There is a threshold to stress tolerance. Once people cross that threshold they succumb to stress." It was the effect of radiation I had been exposed to by entering and reporting from Fukushima I Nuke Plant that concerned me. But my doctor had been totally negative on that.

He had said to me repeatedly, "Effect of radiation has nothing to do with your ill health. It's only the thyroid that is affected by radiation exposure, and that has been medically proven." Then, when he explained the test results to me yesterday, he said, "According to the result of the test for tumor markers, there is an abnormality in the thyroid. You need a more thorough examination."
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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Yasumi Iwakami Tweets About His Recent Health Problems After His Visit to Fukushima I Nuke Plant in February

(and boy he received some nasty tweets in response...)

Yasumi Iwakami is arguably one of the best known independent journalists in Japan covering the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant accident, particularly among net users. I happened on Iwakami's live netcast of TEPCO press conferences on his USTREAM channel very early on in the crisis, and have followed him and his reporting since.

[link to ex-skf.blogspot.ca]


... My doctor said, "There is a threshold to stress tolerance. Once people cross that threshold they succumb to stress." It was the effect of radiation I had been exposed to by entering and reporting from Fukushima I Nuke Plant that concerned me. But my doctor had been totally negative on that.

He had said to me repeatedly, "Effect of radiation has nothing to do with your ill health. It's only the thyroid that is affected by radiation exposure, and that has been medically proven." Then, when he explained the test results to me yesterday, he said, "According to the result of the test for tumor markers, there is an abnormality in the thyroid. You need a more thorough examination."
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for FUCK SAKES!....... sry... this makes me swear now......
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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Yasumi Iwakami Tweets About His Recent Health Problems After His Visit to Fukushima I Nuke Plant in February

(and boy he received some nasty tweets in response...)

Yasumi Iwakami is arguably one of the best known independent journalists in Japan covering the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant accident, particularly among net users. I happened on Iwakami's live netcast of TEPCO press conferences on his USTREAM channel very early on in the crisis, and have followed him and his reporting since.

[link to ex-skf.blogspot.ca]


... My doctor said, "There is a threshold to stress tolerance. Once people cross that threshold they succumb to stress." It was the effect of radiation I had been exposed to by entering and reporting from Fukushima I Nuke Plant that concerned me. But my doctor had been totally negative on that.

He had said to me repeatedly, "Effect of radiation has nothing to do with your ill health. It's only the thyroid that is affected by radiation exposure, and that has been medically proven." Then, when he explained the test results to me yesterday, he said, "According to the result of the test for tumor markers, there is an abnormality in the thyroid. You need a more thorough examination."
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for FUCK SAKES!....... sry... this makes me swear now......
 Quoting: citizenperth


Of course , read more on that blog to show how the Japanese Gov is PARANOID that a Large Radiation signature can develope if the debris are Gathered , big enough to Call in USA and Russia on a Salvage Mission !
Hence the Jap Gov are SPREADING the Radioactive debris accross Japan !!

Well , Why wonder , afterall they Did built a reactor on a Known Active fault line ...
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Someone told me that I should have titled my thread “ 7,900 Radioactive Rods ready to enter the Pacific “ ...

[link to www.terradaily.com]


Landis and a team drawn from Dartmouth's Department of Earth Science and Department of Geography recently published a paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences addressing such concerns.


The paper reports that testing in New Hampshire's Mink Brook watershed during March through May 2011 showed the amount of radioactive iodine deposition in the soil was minimal, with calculations revealing the total amount to be on the order of 6,000 atoms per square meter.

Landis comments that "at these levels, it is unlikely that this is going to cause measurable health consequences."
However, sampling of Mink Brook stream sediments showed a doubling of iodine concentrations relative to what was found in soils. But even in these concentrations, stream and river transport are expected to result in significant dilution.

The radioisotope iodine-131, a significant constituent of the fallout, is a by-product of nuclear fission, highly radioactive, acutely toxic and presents a health risk upon its release to the environment.

It does have a relatively short half-life, which is both a blessing and a curse, Landis notes. "It releases a lot of radioactivity, which makes it dangerous, but it's gone very quickly so there is no long term exposure risk," he says. Its high radioactivity, however, makes it very detectable by the gamma-ray spectroscopy instruments used by the Dartmouth team in its analyses.

This is not the case with another isotope, iodine-129, released concurrently with iodine-131. It is not as radioactive, which makes it much harder to measure, but it is much longer lasting and, as it concentrates in certain areas over time, it may become more hazardous.

"Due to its long half-life and continued release from ongoing nuclear energy production, [iodine-129] is perpetually accumulating in the environment and poses a growing radiological risk," the authors point out.

... more .... in The Recipe below Sig link also ...
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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Fairewinds' Gundersen: "Reactor 3's Spent Fuel Pool Worse Off"

ENENEWS has the link to the podcast, for those who are interested.

ENENEWS post: [link to enenews.com]

It can't get better before it gets much worse : the twin 8+ earthquakes of Indonesia are just down the street from Fukushima tectonically speaking , HENCE the Ambassador was advised of what's coming ...
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hfi know thanks
A pissed off American veteran!
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Elenin, rapture, race war, earthquakes, tsunamis, Planet x No.4 reactor, etc... It's all so confusing.

Which doom is going to get me first?
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Elenin, rapture, race war, earthquakes, tsunamis, Planet x No.4 reactor, etc... It's all so confusing.

Which doom is going to get me first?
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Cheap Red Wine solves all ... ( proven recently to release Endorphines just like Prozac , Duh ! )

But you'll like the icing on the cake of dooms :

Thread: Mega Volcano Active Now near surface in Antarctica , Proved !
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There is a simple way to save us and the world from more radiation. Just drop massive amount of BORON SAND on Fukishima reactors and plant and encase it in a concrete and problem solved. BORON the best anti-radiation element. But those fucktards are allowing the problem to get worse.
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There is a simple way to save us and the world from more radiation. Just drop massive amount of BORON SAND on Fukishima reactors and plant and encase it in a concrete and problem solved. BORON the best anti-radiation element. But those fucktards are allowing the problem to get worse.
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But it would be against The Design , afterall Why build the reactorS on Known Active fault lines ?
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that would be too simple from day one.....
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that would be too simple from day one.....
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Yet , as you said 'would be too simple ' we would miss PEARLS like this ( a great insight of the Japanese Mentality < priceless ) :

[link to ex-skf.blogspot.ca]

" 520 Bq/kg of Cesium in Spinach in Fukushima City, Cesium Is From Polyethylene Covering

News like this may be part of the reason of Professor Hayakawa's hostility toward farmers in Fukushima.

Where did this cesium come from? Water? Air? Soil?

Answer: None of the above. It came from a polyethylene sheet covering to keep the crop warm.

What is wrong with the sheet? It is the same polyethylene sheet that was in use when the reactors blew up in Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant in March last year.

Why did the farmer continue to use the contaminated sheet? No one knows. Probably because no one told him not to use.

The spinach in question has already been sold, and probably consumed . ... "

Right , I am going , Hmmmm !!
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Of course , reading again the thread header , in view of today ( April 11 , 2012 , Oh no , not Another 11 ! ) , twin 8.6 earth quakes not that far from Japan , it gives me the shivers to imagine the radioactive rain ( sic Prince ) falling in North America for years ...
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lol it's like a southpark episode
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Why haven't they been dragging those rods out one by one all this time? It's been a YEAR already
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The infrastructure needed to extract the rods has been damaged.

The rods need to be kept within the coolant water AT ALL TIMES. The zirconium reacts with oxygen (air) by catching fire!!

The rods are extremely hot and very very very radioactive. The coolant water also acts as a shield.

There isnt anywhere to put them if you did extract them.

These little facts are the reason among many why they havent pulled any out yet. I didnt know it, but read recently that the common fuel pool is only 50 meters away.
And it contains over 6000 rods. The scenario is scary. It wont take much for the sfp to collapse. Even last year they were saying that concrete was "dropping" down from the pool.
If it does collapse, the result would be an enormous horrible mess of melted fuel, bubbling away exposed to the air, buried under rubble. And hot hot hot!!!

The scenario is actually too scary to think of. The next problem of course would be the simply enormous radiation output, that would instsantly completly leave no choice but to abandon the site. Fullstop. Then the flowon effect would take out close by reactors in the area, (I think there are three FACILITIES nearby) which would become as part of fukushima in meltdowns etc...in other words, the collapse of sfp 4 would initiate the end of Japan in a very real sense.

And we have known about this problem for a while now, I have been telling everyone, but no one wants to listen, aparently its all "doom and gloom" They are all talking about it as if it just happened? Im personally over it all myself, now I just dont care, the world has really gone mad, and I have "given up" I just want to play skyrim and pretend to live in my own world, smoking bush tomatoes helps too, goodbye cruel world...its over.....
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Indeed. And all of these idiots dont even realize it yet. Maybe it is best for them that way. The arrogant should fall this way though.
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Why haven't they been dragging those rods out one by one all this time? It's been a YEAR already
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The infrastructure needed to extract the rods has been damaged.

The rods need to be kept within the coolant water AT ALL TIMES. The zirconium reacts with oxygen (air) by catching fire!!

The rods are extremely hot and very very very radioactive. The coolant water also acts as a shield.

There isnt anywhere to put them if you did extract them.

These little facts are the reason among many why they havent pulled any out yet. I didnt know it, but read recently that the common fuel pool is only 50 meters away.
And it contains over 6000 rods. The scenario is scary. It wont take much for the sfp to collapse. Even last year they were saying that concrete was "dropping" down from the pool.
If it does collapse, the result would be an enormous horrible mess of melted fuel, bubbling away exposed to the air, buried under rubble. And hot hot hot!!!

The scenario is actually too scary to think of. The next problem of course would be the simply enormous radiation output, that would instsantly completly leave no choice but to abandon the site. Fullstop. Then the flowon effect would take out close by reactors in the area, (I think there are three FACILITIES nearby) which would become as part of fukushima in meltdowns etc...in other words, the collapse of sfp 4 would initiate the end of Japan in a very real sense.

And we have known about this problem for a while now, I have been telling everyone, but no one wants to listen, aparently its all "doom and gloom" They are all talking about it as if it just happened? Im personally over it all myself, now I just dont care, the world has really gone mad, and I have "given up" I just want to play skyrim and pretend to live in my own world, smoking bush tomatoes helps too, goodbye cruel world...its over.....
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Indeed. And all of these idiots dont even realize it yet. Maybe it is best for them that way. The arrogant should fall this way though.
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Well , look at the earthquakes today ( April 12 , 2012 ) in California :

MAP 6.9 2012/04/12 07:15:49 28.790 -113.142 10.3 GULF OF CALIFORNIA

MAP 6.2 2012/04/12 07:06:01 28.841 -113.072 10.1 GULF OF CALIFORNIA

If the Big California EQ happends soon , the coast falling into the ocean may create a large tsunami that can damage further the Fukushima ...
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There is no place to hide in Japan ( see official statement below ) plus the fear of a California EQ generated Tsunami or just another local EQ over 8 will colapse Reactor 4 :

[link to ex-skf.blogspot.ca]

Thursday, April 12, 2012

(For Record) #Fukushima I Nuke Plant Reactor 4 Spent Fuel Pool Supporting Structure

From TEPCO's handout for the press on July 30, 2011 :

The claim by some experts that only the steel posts are propping up the pool is not true.

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Yasumi Iwakami Interviewing Dr. Shuntaro Hida, Who Says "There Is Nowhere to Escape in Japan"

Iwakami, who disclosed his health problems since his tour of Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant on Twitter, was interviewing Dr. Shuntaro Hida a while ago (April 12, 2012) which was live on USTREAM.
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There is no place to hide in Japan ( see official statement below ) plus the fear of a California EQ generated Tsunami or just another local EQ over 8 will colapse Reactor 4 :

[link to ex-skf.blogspot.ca]

Thursday, April 12, 2012

(For Record) #Fukushima I Nuke Plant Reactor 4 Spent Fuel Pool Supporting Structure

From TEPCO's handout for the press on July 30, 2011 :

The claim by some experts that only the steel posts are propping up the pool is not true.

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Yasumi Iwakami Interviewing Dr. Shuntaro Hida, Who Says "There Is Nowhere to Escape in Japan"

Iwakami, who disclosed his health problems since his tour of Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant on Twitter, was interviewing Dr. Shuntaro Hida a while ago (April 12, 2012) which was live on USTREAM.
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don't worry, atom-bloke says all is well and i look like an orangutan... so i guess it is true....
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There is no place to hide in Japan ( see official statement below ) plus the fear of a California EQ generated Tsunami or just another local EQ over 8 will colapse Reactor 4 :

[link to ex-skf.blogspot.ca]

Thursday, April 12, 2012

(For Record) #Fukushima I Nuke Plant Reactor 4 Spent Fuel Pool Supporting Structure

From TEPCO's handout for the press on July 30, 2011 :

The claim by some experts that only the steel posts are propping up the pool is not true.

----------------

Yasumi Iwakami Interviewing Dr. Shuntaro Hida, Who Says "There Is Nowhere to Escape in Japan"

Iwakami, who disclosed his health problems since his tour of Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant on Twitter, was interviewing Dr. Shuntaro Hida a while ago (April 12, 2012) which was live on USTREAM.
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don't worry, atom-bloke says all is well and i look like an orangutan... so i guess it is true....
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LOL , does it mean that Soon we can move rent&board Free anywhere in Tokyo ? As experiments !

Professor Yukio Hayakawa Takes a "Radioactive Walk" in Edogawa-ku, Tokyo (4/9/2012)

Edogawa-ku is one of the 23 Special Wards (ku) of Tokyo, situated in the eastern-most Tokyo right next to Chiba. The eastern Wards of Tokyo, including Edogawa, Katsushika, Adachi have elevated radiation levels compared to the western Tokyo.

Professor Hayakawa walked from the southern tip of Edogawa (Kasai Seaside Park) to Shinkoiwa JR Station. Along the way, he measured "black dust" (dark sediment) at two locations, and one of them (in Kasai Seaside Park) measured 1.385 microsievert/hour on his survey meter.

He also used a stick-type cheap survey meter called "Air Counter" (aka "Ea-bo" &#12456;&#12450;&#26834;&#65289;, which seems to measure pretty well if the radiation level is above 0.1 microsievert/hour.
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... or maybe the 40,000 TERRA Bequerels emited so far from Fukushima is more than meets the eyes :

[link to www.washingtonsblog.com]

Nuclear Power Is Expensive and Bad for the Environment … It’s Being Pushed Because It Is Good For Making Bombs

Posted on April 11, 2012 by WashingtonsBlog


Since the 1980s, the U.S. Has Secretly Helped Japan Build Up Its Nuclear Weapons Program … Pretending It Was “Nuclear Energy” and “Space Exploration” …

As demonstrated below, nuclear energy is expensive and bad for the environment.

The real reason it is being pushed is because it is good for helping countries like Japan and the U.S. build nuclear weapons.

Nuclear Energy Is Expensive
Forbes points out:

Nuclear power is no longer an economically viable source of new energy in the United States, the freshly-retired CEO of Exelon, America’s largest producer of nuclear power [who also served on the president’s Blue Ribbon Commission on America’s Nuclear Future], said in Chicago Thursday.

And it won’t become economically viable, he said, for the forseeable future.

***

“I’m the nuclear guy,” Rowe said. “And you won’t get better results with nuclear. It just isn’t economic, and it’s not economic within a foreseeable time frame.”

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When I became aware of the immensity of the problems in fuku and the ineptitude of tepco in the weeks following the tsunami, I advocated an invasion of japan to deal with it, if necessary. As time passed and it became clear that there would be no intervention from the outside industry experts, I began to wonder why. My conclusion is that the experts already knew what I was frantically researching to understand; nothing of any substance can be done.

The geology of the region precludes the chernobyl tactics. Volcanic substrate, high water table, multiple sites.

Although the site is emitting and will continue to emit, most feel that the major radiation contamination will remain localized. I'm not so sure about that. Nuking the place would probably make the matter worse by adding to the contamination and by spreading it further and faster.

Dropping sand or concrete would not quench the corium and the volcanic nature of the geology would merely cause the radiation to be spread underground where it would escape to the environment anyway and be harder to contain at a future time.
Anyway, the corium must be cooled first and the corium is underneath and shielded by the reactor vessel which makes it hard to reach with these methods. Water is not doing much as it will not extinquish fission and the temps turn it to steam before it comes into contact, not that it would do much if it did, anyway. Boron or nitrogen are ineffective. For boron to work the corium must be separated or spread. How will that be accomplished? Nitrogen is not going to cool the corium because it has a shell.

So, we wait..... and watch the tepco dog and pony show.

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... or maybe the 40,000 TERRA Bequerels emited so far from Fukushima is more than meets the eyes :

[link to www.washingtonsblog.com]

Nuclear Power Is Expensive and Bad for the Environment … It’s Being Pushed Because It Is Good For Making Bombs

Posted on April 11, 2012 by WashingtonsBlog


Since the 1980s, the U.S. Has Secretly Helped Japan Build Up Its Nuclear Weapons Program … Pretending It Was “Nuclear Energy” and “Space Exploration” …

As demonstrated below, nuclear energy is expensive and bad for the environment.

The real reason it is being pushed is because it is good for helping countries like Japan and the U.S. build nuclear weapons.

Nuclear Energy Is Expensive
Forbes points out:

Nuclear power is no longer an economically viable source of new energy in the United States, the freshly-retired CEO of Exelon, America’s largest producer of nuclear power [who also served on the president’s Blue Ribbon Commission on America’s Nuclear Future], said in Chicago Thursday.

And it won’t become economically viable, he said, for the forseeable future.

***

“I’m the nuclear guy,” Rowe said. “And you won’t get better results with nuclear. It just isn’t economic, and it’s not economic within a foreseeable time frame.”

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^^yes^^.. it is amazing how gullible we were all along....
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No forcefield anmd its still there ?


Can this topic be any more boring?? You nucleartards get boring after awhile.
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You bet it's boring !
See how much boring will get when radioactive water Vapor will wash weekly North America forcing you to live in a plastic bubble .

They Know Japan Eastern coast line will be sliced like cake pieces and fall into the sea ...

I saw myself in an HD documentary the Fukushima area separated from the mainland by a 5 meter wide crack that occurred just below the highway to the Plant , hence the next 8+ earthquake will shake Fukushima into the sea together with the 7,900 radioactive rods !!
Ya , Who are You gonna call Then ?? FEMA ?!

No folks , THEY will take Over Japan , the US and Russians in an uneasy alliance to stop the radiation and Milk Japan for all its worth ! Of course , minus the worthless , radioactive land and cities ...

See how much Annoying it will get when a lot of people in North America will be diagnosed with cancer .
Since the nucleotides ( radioactive ) can be easily traced to their origin , Will a North American Class Action Sute follow demolishing financially Japan for ever ??

Here , the Japanese scientists do the math :

[link to ex-skf.blogspot.ca]

“ .... Science Council of Japan: 250 Millisievert External Radiation Exposure in 30 Years Possible in #Fukushima Without Continued Decontamination

“ .... That seem like a lot, but come to think about it, 250 divided by 30 equals 8.33. At this point, average 8.33 millisieverts per year exposure in parts of Fukushima, particularly near Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, seems almost reasonable.

Anyway, here's Yomiuri reporting on one of several report issued on April 9, 2012 by the Science Council of Japan:

The result shows that if the residents return when the annual radiation exposure levels drop to 20 millisieverts and if no decontamination is done afterwards, the residents may be exposed to nearly 250 millisieverts in 30 years, even with the attenuation of radioactivity. ... “ .

See word Solutions in The Recipe , link below in my Sig .
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No forcefield anmd its still there ?


Can this topic be any more boring?? You nucleartards get boring after awhile.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14085739


You bet it's boring !
See how much boring will get when radioactive water Vapor will wash weekly North America forcing you to live in a plastic bubble .

They Know Japan Eastern coast line will be sliced like cake pieces and fall into the sea ...

I saw myself in an HD documentary the Fukushima area separated from the mainland by a 5 meter wide crack that occurred just below the highway to the Plant , hence the next 8+ earthquake will shake Fukushima into the sea together with the 7,900 radioactive rods !!
Ya , Who are You gonna call Then ?? FEMA ?!

No folks , THEY will take Over Japan , the US and Russians in an uneasy alliance to stop the radiation and Milk Japan for all its worth ! Of course , minus the worthless , radioactive land and cities ...

See how much Annoying it will get when a lot of people in North America will be diagnosed with cancer .
Since the nucleotides ( radioactive ) can be easily traced to their origin , Will a North American Class Action Sute follow demolishing financially Japan for ever ??

Here , the Japanese scientists do the math :

[link to ex-skf.blogspot.ca]

“ .... Science Council of Japan: 250 Millisievert External Radiation Exposure in 30 Years Possible in #Fukushima Without Continued Decontamination

“ .... That seem like a lot, but come to think about it, 250 divided by 30 equals 8.33. At this point, average 8.33 millisieverts per year exposure in parts of Fukushima, particularly near Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, seems almost reasonable.

Anyway, here's Yomiuri reporting on one of several report issued on April 9, 2012 by the Science Council of Japan:

The result shows that if the residents return when the annual radiation exposure levels drop to 20 millisieverts and if no decontamination is done afterwards, the residents may be exposed to nearly 250 millisieverts in 30 years, even with the attenuation of radioactivity. ... “ .

See word Solutions in The Recipe , link below in my Sig .
 Quoting: Doru

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you do seem to put atom-tepco-boy to shame......
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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GLP's best Fuku thread: Thread: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
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Re: 7,900 Radioactive Rods ready to enter the Pacific ! Ambassador : " Fate of Japan and the whole world depends on NO. 4 reactor "
They Know Japan Eastern coast line will be sliced like cake pieces and fall into the sea ...

I saw myself in an HD documentary the Fukushima area separated from the mainland by a 5 meter wide crack that occurred just below the highway to the Plant , hence the next 8+ earthquake will shake Fukushima into the sea together with the 7,900 radioactive rods !!
Ya , Who are You gonna call Then ?? FEMA ?!

No folks , THEY will take Over Japan , the US and Russians in an uneasy alliance to stop the radiation and Milk Japan for all its worth ! Of course , minus the worthless , radioactive land and cities ...

See how much Annoying it will get when a lot of people in North America will be diagnosed with cancer .
Since the nucleotides ( radioactive ) can be easily traced to their origin , Will a North American Class Action Sute follow demolishing financially Japan for ever ??

Here , the Japanese scientists do the math :

[link to ex-skf.blogspot.ca]

“ .... Science Council of Japan: 250 Millisievert External Radiation Exposure in 30 Years Possible in #Fukushima Without Continued Decontamination

“ .... That seem like a lot, but come to think about it, 250 divided by 30 equals 8.33. At this point, average 8.33 millisieverts per year exposure in parts of Fukushima, particularly near Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, seems almost reasonable.

Anyway, here's Yomiuri reporting on one of several report issued on April 9, 2012 by the Science Council of Japan:

The result shows that if the residents return when the annual radiation exposure levels drop to 20 millisieverts and if no decontamination is done afterwards, the residents may be exposed to nearly 250 millisieverts in 30 years, even with the attenuation of radioactivity. ... “ .

See word Solutions in The Recipe , link below in my Sig .

you do seem to put atom-tepco-boy to shame......

 Quoting: citizenperth


The dark humour and irony in the thread header is characteristic of our present life styles and it points clearly that we have All the intentions to leave it to our children .

Did you find the essay about Parents that I recommended above in the first post ?

In all fairness he is the Best I have seen in Fab Journalism , so I copy his posts and support his informational web site , he deserves it !

But in the same time is my personal fear that , as I spend most of the day outdoors , it may not be for long if the 8,000 + radioactive rods drop into the Pacific either due to a local earthquake or due to a very large Tsunami caused by part of California falling into the ocean ( again ) , or Both !

' Both ' is what I fear will happened .

See solutions at The Recipe , link below in my Sig .
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Re: 7,900 Radioactive Rods ready to enter the Pacific ! Ambassador : " Fate of Japan and the whole world depends on NO. 4 reactor "
They Know Japan Eastern coast line will be sliced like cake pieces and fall into the sea ...

I saw myself in an HD documentary the Fukushima area separated from the mainland by a 5 meter wide crack that occurred just below the highway to the Plant , hence the next 8+ earthquake will shake Fukushima into the sea together with the 7,900 radioactive rods !!
Ya , Who are You gonna call Then ?? FEMA ?!

No folks , THEY will take Over Japan , the US and Russians in an uneasy alliance to stop the radiation and Milk Japan for all its worth ! Of course , minus the worthless , radioactive land and cities ...

See how much Annoying it will get when a lot of people in North America will be diagnosed with cancer .
Since the nucleotides ( radioactive ) can be easily traced to their origin , Will a North American Class Action Sute follow demolishing financially Japan for ever ??

Here , the Japanese scientists do the math :

[link to ex-skf.blogspot.ca]

“ .... Science Council of Japan: 250 Millisievert External Radiation Exposure in 30 Years Possible in #Fukushima Without Continued Decontamination

“ .... That seem like a lot, but come to think about it, 250 divided by 30 equals 8.33. At this point, average 8.33 millisieverts per year exposure in parts of Fukushima, particularly near Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, seems almost reasonable.

Anyway, here's Yomiuri reporting on one of several report issued on April 9, 2012 by the Science Council of Japan:

The result shows that if the residents return when the annual radiation exposure levels drop to 20 millisieverts and if no decontamination is done afterwards, the residents may be exposed to nearly 250 millisieverts in 30 years, even with the attenuation of radioactivity. ... “ .

See word Solutions in The Recipe , link below in my Sig .

you do seem to put atom-tepco-boy to shame......

 Quoting: citizenperth


The dark humour and irony in the thread header is characteristic of our present life styles and it points clearly that we have All the intentions to leave it to our children .

Did you find the essay about Parents that I recommended above in the first post ?

In all fairness he is the Best I have seen in Fab Journalism , so I copy his posts and support his informational web site , he deserves it !

But in the same time is my personal fear that , as I spend most of the day outdoors , it may not be for long if the 8,000 + radioactive rods drop into the Pacific either due to a local earthquake or due to a very large Tsunami caused by part of California falling into the ocean ( again ) , or Both !

' Both ' is what I fear will happened .

See solutions at The Recipe , link below in my Sig .
 Quoting: Doru


agreed, and i think that is what i am documenting... we all don't have time to "save the world", but we can nibble like little mice at the larger cheese... it all should, and could, make a difference....

fukushima is an ELE we know it.....

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... we all don't have time to "save the world", but we can nibble like little mice at the larger cheese... it all should, and could, make a difference....

fukushima is an ELE we know it.....
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If all would feel as you do we would be living in Eden ...

But , sorry , what is ' ELE ' that you mentioned above ? Thanks !

Oopps just sunk into my slow brain : Extinction Level Event !

As you very well may be right it would also mean a ... slow , hair and battle losing death ...

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Acute radiation syndrome (ARS), also known as radiation poisoning, radiation sickness or radiation toxicity, is a constellation of health effects which occur within several months of exposure to high amounts of ionizing radiation.[1][2] The term generally refers to acute medical problems rather than ones that develop after a prolonged period.[3][4][5]

The onset and type of symptoms depends on the radiation exposure. Relatively smaller doses result in gastrointestinal effects such as nausea and vomiting and symptoms related to falling blood counts such as infection and bleeding. Relatively larger doses can result in neurological effects and rapid death. Treatment of acute radiation syndrome is generally supportive with blood transfusions and antibiotics.[1]

Chronic radiation syndrome has been reported among workers in the Soviet nuclear program due to long term exposures to radiation levels lower than what is required to induce acute sickness.[6] It may manifest with low blood cell counts and neurological problems.[6] Radiation exposure can also increase the probability of developing some other diseases, mainly different types of cancers. However, these diseases are not included in the term radiation sickness.


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Here is occuring another deja vue , a Nitrogen stoppage , an event not needing the 'help' of earthquakes or large Tsunami originated in California , so it is very worrysome .

[link to ex-skf.blogspot.ca]

#Fukushima I Nuke Plant Nitrogen Injection System: Compressor Failure, Backup Injection System Started


Details in the press conference at 9:30AM, April 13 in Fukushima (Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant?), and at 11:00AM at TEPCO's headquarters in Tokyo.

From the tweets by an independent journalist who's on the list to receive TEPCO's emails on the plant situation:


•Drop in the amount of nitrogen gas being injected into Reactors 1, 2, 3 was noted by a TEPCO employee at 1AM, April 13 when he was checking the plant parameters.

•The nitrogen injection system was inspected at 1:30AM. It turned out that the system alarm had gone off at 1:04AM for "compressor failure", and the system had stopped ("nitrogen gas separation system B")...... " .

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