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i'm a shill... lol....

anyway,

840 “missing” workers officially. Tepco is trying to look like they are looking for them and they published a list of 13 of them for [...]

[link to fukushima-diary.com]


Iodine again measured in sewage in Tokyo, which means some form of reaction is taking place....

[link to fukushima-diary.com]
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Send us people that are willing to die: former fukushima worker

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Aplastic Anema voice reviews

A Slow Death: 83 Days of Radiation Sickness

A book about radiation poisoning:

[link to goatrevolution.com]
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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A Slow Death: 83 Days of Radiation Sickness

A book about radiation poisoning:

[link to goatrevolution.com]
 Quoting: citizenperth


(snip)
Anyway, what happened was on September 30, 1999 two employees were filtering and pouring uranium solution into a tank when they inadvertently caused criticality. They heard a loud “smack” accompanied by a blue light known as the Cherenkov light. At that instant, neutron beams, the most powerful form of radioactive energy, pierced through their bodies. They didn’t know it at the time, but at that moment, in a matter of seconds, their days were numbered. They were dead men although they looked fine.
(sn)

I honestly wonder what is worse? The relatively quick but horrible death caused by exposure to a neutron beam, `a la Louis Slotin tickling the dragon's tail and the case in the snip, or a long-term protracted demise from accumulated dose, equally horrible.
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OK guys... way to much info to post, but i'll do 1 snip...
this is a thesis about biological radiation by Dr Rosalie Bertell.....

... it is an excellent in-depth (very long read)...

<snip>
The Seed


The future of humankind is present today within the bodies of living people, animals and plants -- the whole seedbearing biosphere. This living biosystem which we take so much for granted has evolved slowly into a relatively stable dynamic equilibrium, with predictable interactions between plants and animals, between microscopic and macroscopic life, between environmental pollutants and human health. Changes in the environment disturb this balance in two ways: first, by altering the carefully evolved seed by randomly damaging it, and second, by altering the habitat, i.e. food, climate or environment, to which the seed and/or organism has been adapted, making life for future generations more difficult or even impossible.
Although examples of maladaptation in nature and resulting species extinction abound, our focus here is on human seed, the sperm and ovum, and the effect on it and on the human habitat resulting from increasing ionising radiation in the environment.

<end snip>


you might want to set aside a bit of time for this one....

... a bit like an a.b.c or bible if you are following fukushima, and indeed radiation issues around the planet....

[link to www.ratical.com]

Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 12/16/2011 12:27 AM
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
[link to citizenperth.wordpress.com]
sic ut vos es vos should exsisto , denego alius vicis facio vos change , exsisto youself , proprie

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I have been following the situation extremely carefully since the event, from my university in the north east, where we were able to pick up I-131 about 7 days after the big explosions and fires on or about the Ides of march.

I believe that after the reactors exploded and caught fire, there ceased to be anything useful a ground crew could accomplish in terms of mitigating the 'snow-ball' effect of the disaster, OR the MAJOR release of radioactive material from the complex.

By my personal assessment there is very little that can be done at the site that have any impact on scale of the disaster.

I was very much hoping for the integrity of fuel pool number four to remain intact and I believe that in any-case this is very much wishful thinking. I believe that there is still some water in the fuel pool, and that if/when it does collapse, there will be another significant release of material from the complex. Apparently this might be much more close to happening then anyone wants to admit.

I also believe that much of Japan should be considered uninhabitable for humans at this point in time, regardless of future releases.

My recommendation for mitigation of the impact of the accident at this point, is to start burying the entire complex with asphalt from earth-quake damaged areas of Japan, IE most of it. As soon as those reactors exploded, we moved way beyond the 'bright ideas' phase of this whole scenario.

FYI, the spent fuel-pool, is not part of a nuclear reactor, combining them for the sake of terminology makes no sense.
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Thank you for that analysis.

from this thread
Thread: Regarding Fukushima Reactor Nr.4
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OK guys... way to much info to post, but i'll do 1 snip...
this is a thesis about biological radiation by Dr Rosalie Bertell.....

... it is an excellent in-depth (very long read)...

<snip>
The Seed


The future of humankind is present today within the bodies of living people, animals and plants -- the whole seedbearing biosphere. This living biosystem which we take so much for granted has evolved slowly into a relatively stable dynamic equilibrium, with predictable interactions between plants and animals, between microscopic and macroscopic life, between environmental pollutants and human health. Changes in the environment disturb this balance in two ways: first, by altering the carefully evolved seed by randomly damaging it, and second, by altering the habitat, i.e. food, climate or environment, to which the seed and/or organism has been adapted, making life for future generations more difficult or even impossible.
Although examples of maladaptation in nature and resulting species extinction abound, our focus here is on human seed, the sperm and ovum, and the effect on it and on the human habitat resulting from increasing ionising radiation in the environment.

<end snip>


you might want to set aside a bit of time for this one....

... a bit like an a.b.c or bible if you are following fukushima, and indeed radiation issues around the planet....

[link to www.ratical.com]
 Quoting: citizenperth


Thanks, man. Something to chew on for awhile.
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<in the evening of December 16 Japan Standard Time, the working group of government radiation experts has declared that:


Annual radiation exposure of more than 100 millisieverts is known to raise risks for developing cancers, but nothing is known about annual radiation exposure of less than 100 millisieverts;


Annual cumulative radiation exposure (external only, it seems) of 20 millisieverts for the general public poses hardly any danger of developing cancer;


There is no difference between internal and external radiation exposure;


Low-dose radiation exposure over a long period of time is less risky than one-time episodic exposure to large-dose radiation;


The relationship between low-dose internal radiation exposure and bladder cancer cannot be proven.>

ummmm yeah..... right

.... 20 Msv per year for young and old.....


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<in the evening of December 16 Japan Standard Time, the working group of government radiation experts has declared that:


Annual radiation exposure of more than 100 millisieverts is known to raise risks for developing cancers, but nothing is known about annual radiation exposure of less than 100 millisieverts;


Annual cumulative radiation exposure (external only, it seems) of 20 millisieverts for the general public poses hardly any danger of developing cancer;


There is no difference between internal and external radiation exposure;


Low-dose radiation exposure over a long period of time is less risky than one-time episodic exposure to large-dose radiation;


The relationship between low-dose internal radiation exposure and bladder cancer cannot be proven.>

ummmm yeah..... right

.... 20 Msv per year for young and old.....


[link to ex-skf.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: citizenperth


This is proof of their willingness to change the facts to suit themselves.

Internal exposure is much more damaging. There is no safe level of radiation.

They lie.
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LOW repeated does are not safe...
They are more dangerous in the long term picture.

they are outright Lying...

they have the studies to prove it...

Low dose repeated contact exposure is what gave all the first responders at Hiroshima their cancers. Most were dead from cancer by 1986.
My grandmother is the exception but has had B. cancer twice. She is still monitored by the Japanese, Canadaian, and American Gov.Docs.
She has a name and is a real living witness to what happened
She Tamako Kubota is 98
... this is from her personally..not third hand...
Remember we had no radiation in canada...right...

High readings in west side downtown Vancouver have been in the .6** uSv/hr... .756 uSv/ hr high one day...
average high reading of...
.678 Usv/hr * 24hrs * 365 days = 5039.28 uSv yearly which I believe is more exposure than an x-ray tech is allowed.

the last 2 days some 1000 + point's average is .155 uSv/hr..
this is the lowest average since late june. (.3** to .42* uSv/hr more usual.. with .2** uSv/hr having been a good day)

started monitoring June at .09* uSv/hr...meter delivery delayed..by shortage prairies got it 3X worse back then..doing another road trip in late dec will compare...

"..then the skin would get dark ...they would bleed everywhere...they didn't cry..it was a strange sound of labored(she said "hard") breath...they bleed from their mouths..we didn't know about the lungs..."

Tamako...sitting on a porch talking to me after an air raid siren went off lethbridge alta 1966...

my friends 3 mil spec meters went of in mid march it crossed the water that fast

there is a 2-3 day lag between events in Fuku and jumps in my meter readings here depending on the trade winds. I believe based on my reading high points...if you follow them right from Fuku you get a good idea of where the missing material is being deposited...
keep up the good work people...

Silver

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capitalist,facist,nazi,communist,
socialist,militarist,religi​ous nutbars...family nuked,gassed,or robbed by all of them. history never lies but but men who write it do.
take the man away you have the truth...
...grandpa stole first MIG17 in 52..
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i'm a shill... lol....

anyway,

840 “missing” workers officially. Tepco is trying to look like they are looking for them and they published a list of 13 of them for [...]

[link to fukushima-diary.com]


Iodine again measured in sewage in Tokyo, which means some form of reaction is taking place....

[link to fukushima-diary.com]
 Quoting: citizenperth

With TEPCO's track record of major "mistakes" in reporting numbers, the missing workers could easily be 8.400.

I am amazed they have admitted to 840!!!
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OK guys... way to much info to post, but i'll do 1 snip...
this is a thesis about biological radiation by Dr Rosalie Bertell.....

... it is an excellent in-depth (very long read)...

<snip>
The Seed


The future of humankind is present today within the bodies of living people, animals and plants -- the whole seedbearing biosphere. This living biosystem which we take so much for granted has evolved slowly into a relatively stable dynamic equilibrium, with predictable interactions between plants and animals, between microscopic and macroscopic life, between environmental pollutants and human health. Changes in the environment disturb this balance in two ways: first, by altering the carefully evolved seed by randomly damaging it, and second, by altering the habitat, i.e. food, climate or environment, to which the seed and/or organism has been adapted, making life for future generations more difficult or even impossible.
Although examples of maladaptation in nature and resulting species extinction abound, our focus here is on human seed, the sperm and ovum, and the effect on it and on the human habitat resulting from increasing ionising radiation in the environment.

<end snip>


you might want to set aside a bit of time for this one....

... a bit like an a.b.c or bible if you are following fukushima, and indeed radiation issues around the planet....

[link to www.ratical.com]
 Quoting: citizenperth


Will do.
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Earthquakes, Solar Flares and all sorts of stuff are all because of Hyperesonancy theory this is the only important science for us on earth!! all life vibrates and everything in nature to, and we now know that nothing is by chance, we have precise mathematical equations to describe this!

It comes from scientist who discovered that astro alignments cause 6+ earthquakes.

His name is Dr. Omerbashich and American goverment stole his patents and threatened his life! We come from the same country :)

His site:
[link to seismo.info]


Scroll in the top images a few sections left or right for his hyperesonancy equations -- He cancels Einstein and Newton with these equations, US Gov stole his patents and sent SWAT teams to harass this scientist, police pulled him over 100s times at gunpoint, banksters elite keep visiting his site to get info which makes it easy for them to bet on insurance markets as Omerbashich tells when there will be NO killing quakes which is more than half year of safe betting for this scumbags:

WELLS FARGO, NATL COMMERCIAL BANK OF SAUDI ARABIA, ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, FIDELITY INVESTMENTS, EATON CORP, CITICORP, CHICAGO MERCANTILE EXCHANGE, METLIFE, NEWMONT GOLD CO, BANCA FIDAURAM, ROCKEFELLER UNIVERSITY, TORONTO DOMINION BANK, BARCLAYS CAPITAL, BANCO BRADESCO, INTERAMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK, CHEVRON CORP, PERSHING CORP, PETROBRAS,BANK OF AMERICA, ZURICH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO, VISA INTERNATIONL, CREDIT SUISSE GROUP, BROWN BROS HARRIMAN, PICTET CIE, ENI, INTESA SISTEMI, FORRESTER-BRIM,SAUDI ARABIAN OIL CO. ,AMERIPRISE FINANCIAL, CAMBRIDGE ASSOCAITES.... ( this list is not final,credit: inventor's blog [link to sites.google.com] )

Obviously they not undeducated, they all went to ivy league schools and represent cream de la cream of world finances ohyeah


His interview:
[link to yowusa.com]
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LOW repeated does are not safe...
They are more dangerous in the long term picture.

they are outright Lying...

they have the studies to prove it...

Low dose repeated contact exposure is what gave all the first responders at Hiroshima their cancers. Most were dead from cancer by 1986.
My grandmother is the exception but has had B. cancer twice. She is still monitored by the Japanese, Canadaian, and American Gov.Docs.
She has a name and is a real living witness to what happened
She Tamako Kubota is 98
... this is from her personally..not third hand...
Remember we had no radiation in canada...right...

High readings in west side downtown Vancouver have been in the .6** uSv/hr... .756 uSv/ hr high one day...
average high reading of...
.678 Usv/hr * 24hrs * 365 days = 5039.28 uSv yearly which I believe is more exposure than an x-ray tech is allowed.

the last 2 days some 1000 + point's average is .155 uSv/hr..
this is the lowest average since late june. (.3** to .42* uSv/hr more usual.. with .2** uSv/hr having been a good day)

started monitoring June at .09* uSv/hr...meter delivery delayed..by shortage prairies got it 3X worse back then..doing another road trip in late dec will compare...

"..then the skin would get dark ...they would bleed everywhere...they didn't cry..it was a strange sound of labored(she said "hard") breath...they bleed from their mouths..we didn't know about the lungs..."

Tamako...sitting on a porch talking to me after an air raid siren went off lethbridge alta 1966...

my friends 3 mil spec meters went of in mid march it crossed the water that fast

there is a 2-3 day lag between events in Fuku and jumps in my meter readings here depending on the trade winds. I believe based on my reading high points...if you follow them right from Fuku you get a good idea of where the missing material is being deposited...
keep up the good work people...

Silver
 Quoting: .9999 Silver


Thanks for sharing.

After considering motive, I place much more weight on colloquial information and personal attestation than the soothing platitudes of the nuclear apologists when considering the preponderance of evidence before arriving at a conclusion.

Reports such as yours are out there; they are not being publicized. Every time someone, such as yourself, offers this information, the scales tip toward concrete truth.

Thank you again.
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i'm a shill... lol....

anyway,

840 “missing” workers officially. Tepco is trying to look like they are looking for them and they published a list of 13 of them for [...]

[link to fukushima-diary.com]


Iodine again measured in sewage in Tokyo, which means some form of reaction is taking place....

[link to fukushima-diary.com]
 Quoting: citizenperth

With TEPCO's track record of major "mistakes" in reporting numbers, the missing workers could easily be 8.400.

I am amazed they have admitted to 840!!!
 Quoting: cloister 4675217


Hi Cloister.

Those workers went missing because they didn't think happy thoughts. Their inferior mental attitudes allowed them to succumb to the evil radiation.

'Don't worry, be happy', is the mantra that will save us all.

Repeat after me:

I am happy. Radiation will not affect me.
I am happy. Tepco is my friend.

and so on....


Makes me want to puke.
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His interview:
[link to yowusa.com]
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Thanks. I will read asap.
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Hey CP!

How is that festering Tepco shillbump on your ass doing?

Been giving you whatfer for awhile, now. You should get a shot. De-contaminate the area and put on some horse liniment and you'll be fine.

hehehe.
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Interesting thread... in retrospect.
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Thread: BREAKING****Neutron beam observed 13 times at crippled Fukushima nuke plant
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Thank you and bump
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Minister of the Environment Hosono expressed some concern that "No one knows where the fuel is until we open the reactors", but he reaffirmed the cold shutdown, following the lead of his prime minister. He said, "No matter where the fuel is, it is being cooled".
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Latest Decon Technology from Japan: Coffee Filter

This one may actually work, if they can do it on a large scale. But I just can't visualize how.

A university researcher and his friend have come up with a cesium removal system from fallen leaves using a coffee filter.
[link to ex-skf.blogspot.com]

Operation coffee filter
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Fukushima nuclear shutdown: ‘No progress is being made’


Summary: The Japanese government says that troubled nuclear plant Fukushima is under control. But an undercover journalist suggests that no progress is being made towards recovery.

[link to www.zdnet.com]

(snip)
Suzuki spoke to reporters at a Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan conference yesterday, telling a very different story to the one officially given by the Government.

“Absolutely no progress is being made”, he said.

Claiming to have taken pictures of the site via a pinhole camera in his watch, Suzuki documented “many problems stemming from the shoddy, rushed work at the power plant”.

He alleges that companies including Tokyo Electric Power Co. (Tepco) are not adequately caring for workers on the site, claiming that they are cutting corners in both the repair of the plant and the welfare of the public.

He also expressed concern for those working to recover the plant. He said: “Working at Fukushima is equivalent to being given an order to die”.

Until Suzuki’s evidence is thoroughly verified it is hard to say how truthful his claims are.

................


Sounds about right to me.
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NRC Nixes Petitioners' Request to Shut Down Fukushima-Style Plants, Including Oyster Creek

[link to berkeley-nj.patch.com]

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NRC must probe fire safety order

[link to www.app.com]

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Months after the meltdowns in Japan, tens of thousands of people, some living nearly 40 miles from the complex, remained in shelters. Millions more are living with the economic, health and environmental consequences.
Today, workers still can’t determine the full extent of the damage directly because of dangerously high levels of radiation inside the reactor building. Some scientists predict 1 million people will die from cancer due to radiation exposure.

Gunter’s investigation into fire protection efforts at U.S. nuclear plants found that reactor owners have failed to comply with fire protection rules for decades and have illegally substituted less protective actions, such as using workers to manually shut down plants during fires, without NRC approval.


- pertaining to Oyster Creek
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IAEA welcomes Japan's announcement of cold shutdown at Fukushima plant

[link to mdn.mainichi.jp]

- well isn't that just peachy keen!?

Tepco has managed to cool down empty reactor vessels. Goody for them. Woo frickin' hoo.

Somebody please explain to them that all the hot radioactive shit is underneath.

And IAEA is soooo proud! That's just the cherry on top...
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i'm a bit sceptical about posting my own blog, but i think peeps on this thread may appreciate the conglomorate of sources.... and chronology.....

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Minister of the Environment Hosono expressed some concern that "No one knows where the fuel is until we open the reactors", but he reaffirmed the cold shutdown, following the lead of his prime minister. He said, "No matter where the fuel is, it is being cooled".
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This has been my main issue for months. If they cannot confirm the location of the fuel then how can they say Cold Shutdown? Are they still basing things on the computer model that they put "guesstimates" into?
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Journalist Relates Temp Worker Experience at Fukushima Daiichi Plant

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i'm a bit sceptical about posting my own blog, but i think peeps on this thread may appreciate the conglomorate of sources.... and chronology.....

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Have at it, bro.
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Minister of the Environment Hosono expressed some concern that "No one knows where the fuel is until we open the reactors", but he reaffirmed the cold shutdown, following the lead of his prime minister. He said, "No matter where the fuel is, it is being cooled".
[link to ex-skf.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: Southern OR


This has been my main issue for months. If they cannot confirm the location of the fuel then how can they say Cold Shutdown? Are they still basing things on the computer model that they put "guesstimates" into?
 Quoting: Southern OR


What they call 'transparency' is information that they know they can't hide. All the good stuff they are keeping to themselves. Obviously, they know a helluva lot more than they are reporting. Without an inside source, they cannot be found out easily.

The journalist expose could break this wide open. It was an AP story. Can of worms.
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