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Fukushima Radiation and Fallout Projections


22 Jan - 28 Jan 2012

 

 

Japan



From Fukushima hit by another M4.5 quake (MAPS), enenews.com, Jan 24, 2012



From Radiation dose spikes in Ibaraki northeast of Tokyo near time of last night’s 5 intensity quake — Highest level measured since April — Double average, enenews.com , January 23, 2012


Chiba

Kanagawa

Tokyo

Saitama

Ibaraki

Tokyo and other major cities experienced a relatively large spike on January 24th compared to the spikes that came later around February 6th and 14th. From Radiation spikes throughout Greater Tokyo Area on Feb. 14 — One of highest seen in months (Gov’t Data), 15 Feb 2012



Ghost town: Japan's exclusion zone referenced by Watch: CNN reporter In Japan measures 42 microsieverts per hour without wearing mask — A “lower level”, about 10 dental x-rays (VIDEO), enenews.com, Jan 25, 2012



From M4.3 quake hits Fukushima at 7:22a ET — Strongest intensity felt around nuke plant (MAP), enenews.com, January 26, 2012


 

 

North America







Weaponized Fukushima Fallout: Radioactive Fullerenes and Endofullerenes uploaded by POTRBLOG on 28 Jan 2012. For more information, see below.



Illustration used in RADIOACTIVE BUCKY BALLS!!! Think HOT PARTICLES are Bad? YOU AIN'T SEEN NOTHIN' YET !!! by Potrblog, dated 27 Jan 2012


Japan

2012-01-20 Two shallow quakes hit Fukushima one hour apart — M3.8 followed by M3.7 (MAPS), enenews.com
2012-01-23 6:45a ET: M5.1 quake hits Fukushima 30 minutes after M4.5, enenews.com
2012-01-23 Fukushima nuke plant ‘intact’ after quake — 5 of 7 on Japan scale: “Strong enough to make hanging objects swing violently and most unstable ornaments fall”, enenews.com
2012-01-25 Tokyo official blasts parents who want kids to avoid ingesting radioactivity at school: “It is important to share the pain”, enenews.com
2012-01-25 Watch: CNN reporter In Japan measures 42 microsieverts per hour without wearing mask — A “lower level”, about 10 dental x-rays (VIDEO), enenews.com
Title:Ghost Town, Source: CNN, Date: Jan 25, 2012
“Tomioka, in the southern end of the exclusion zone, has a lower level of contamination than towns to the north and northwest of the plant.
But a lower level doesn’t mean it’s safe to be here long. We stop in a neighborhood to check the radiation. On the pavement, the surface reads a radiation level of 0.042 millisieverts per hour, which is 10 times what you’re exposed to in a dental x-ray. Not a significant problem since we’re in the exclusion zone for a short visit and wearing protective suits. But living on this street carries possible long-term health risks, especially for children.”
2012-01-23 Radiation dose spikes in Ibaraki northeast of Tokyo near time of last night’s 5 intensity quake — Highest level measured since April — Double average, enenews.com
2012-01-23 Tepco: Radiation levels from Fukushima increasing — Now releasing 70,000,000 Bq/hr, enenews.com
2012-01-23 TEPCO Notes Rise in Radioactive Leaks from Damaged Reactors, jen.jiji.com.
Tokyo, Jan. 23 (Jiji Press)--Tokyo Electric Power Co. <9501> on Monday reported an increase in radioactive materials leaking from damaged nuclear reactors at the Fukushima No. 1 power plant.
The total amount of radioactive cesium that leaked from the containment vessels of the No. 1 to No. 3 reactors reached 70 million becquerels per hour, up 12 million becquerels from the December level, the power firm said.
It seems that radioactive dusts were stirred up because plant workers went inside reactor buildings and removed rubble, TEPCO officials said...
2012-01-24 Radiation dose spikes thoughout Tokyo area around time of yesterday’s quakes (CHARTS), enenews.com
2012-01-24 Fukushima hit by another M4.5 quake (MAPS), enenews.com
2012-01-25 Fukushima: A Nuclear War without a War: The Unspoken Crisis of Worldwide Nuclear Radiation, Online I-book, by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky, globalresearch.ca
...Public Health Disaster. Economic Impacts
What prevails is a well organized camouflage. The public health disaster in Japan, the contamination of water, agricultural land and the food chain, not to mention the broader economic and social implications, have neither been fully acknowledged nor addressed in a comprehensive and meaningful fashion by the Japanese authorities.
Japan as a nation state has been destroyed. Its landmass and territorial waters are contaminated. Part of the country is uninhabitable. High levels of radiation have been recorded in the Tokyo metropolitan area, which has a population of 39 million (2010) (more than the population of Canada, circa 34 million (2010)) There are indications that the food chain is contaminated throughout Japan:

Radioactive cesium exceeding the legal limit was detected in tea made in a factory in Shizuoka City, more than 300 kilometers away from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Shizuoka Prefecture is one of the most famous tea producing areas in Japan.
A tea distributor in Tokyo reported to the prefecture that it detected high levels of radioactivity in the tea shipped from the city. The prefecture ordered the factory to refrain from shipping out the product. After the accident at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, radioactive contamination of tea leaves and processed tea has been found over a wide area around Tokyo. (See 5 More Companies Detect Radiation In Their Tea Above Legal Limits Over 300 KM From Fukushima, June 15, 2011)

Japan's industrial and manufacturing base is prostrate. Japan is no longer a leading industrial power. The country's exports have plummeted. The Tokyo government has announced its first trade deficit since 1980.
While the business media has narrowly centered on the impacts of power outages and energy shortages on the pace of productive activity, the broader issue pertaining to the outright radioactive contamination of the country's infrastructure and industrial base is a "scientific taboo" (i.e the radiation of industrial plants, machinery and equipment, buildings, roads, etc). A report released in January 2012 points to the nuclear contamination of building materials used in the construction industry, in cluding roads and residential buildings throughout Japan.(See FUKUSHIMA: Radioactive Houses and Roads in Japan. Radioactive Building Materials Sold to over 200 Construction Companies, January 2012)
A "coverup report" by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (May 2011), entitled "Economic Impact of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Current Status of Recovery" presents "Economic Recovery" as a fait accompli. It also brushes aside the issue of radiation. The impacts of nuclear radiation on the work force and the country's industrial base are not mentioned. The report states that the distance between Tokyo -Fukushima Dai-ichi is of the order of 230 km (about 144 miles) and that the levels of radiation in Tokyo are lower than in Hong Kong and New York City.(Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Impact of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Current Status of Recovery, p.15). This statement is made without corroborating evidence and in overt contradiction with independent radiation readings in Tokyo...
2012-01-25 “Are you sitting down”? Gamma rays seen in Fukushima footage — Appearing as out-of-focus streaks and flashes (VIDEO), enenews.com
2012-01-27 RADIOACTIVE BUCKY BALLS!!! Think HOT PARTICLES are Bad? YOU AIN'T SEEN NOTHIN' YET !!! by Potrblog
If you thought HOT PARTICLES where bad, YOU AIN'T SEEN NOTHIN' YET!
"Experts" are starting to get a glimpse into how little they know about the witches' brew coming out of Fukushima. Today's revelation is that Fukushima Uranium is forming Bucky Balls via the action of salt water...
...What this finding means is that ALL the dispersion models are wrong, and NOT in the good way. It also means that the internal impact and damage from inhaling or consuming these particles is far greater than would other wise be expected. However, don't expect the "it's safe" mantra to change.
If you want to even begin to have an idea how bad this situation is, Google the medical effects of Nano Particles(and remember they are discussing NON-Radioactive nano-particles)
2012-01-26 Japan Today on ‘Radiation Divorces’: Husband laughs when son gets nosebleeds and wife raises possible Fukushima connection — Jokes with boss about protecting child from radiation, enenews.com
Title: ‘Radiation divorce’ enters Japanese vernacular, Source: Japan Today
Date: Jan. 23, 2012
“Radiation divorce.” A year ago that would have been gibberish. Now it’s all too meaningful.
You probably get the idea, even if you’ve never heard the expression. In brief, husband and wife disagree so irreconcilably over how dangerous radiation is to children that the marriage breaks up, the fearful party (usually but not always the wife) spiriting the kid(s) away to a new radiation-free domicile and starting anew. [...]
2012-01-26 M4.3 quake hits Fukushima at 7:22a ET — Strongest intensity felt around nuke plant (MAP), enenews.com
2012-01-27 “Ridiculous”: A growing picture of chaos — Japan gov’t claims more committees kept no records on Fukushima crisis, enenews.com


North America

2012-01-22 Platt: Fukushima fallout hit home: Nuclear critic says Health Canada should have issued warning on radioactive raindrops by "...Edwards says Calgarians should at least have known there was a spike beyond recommended levels, especially as rain-bourne radiation concentrates in vegetation and the food chain..."
2012-01-23 Report: Fallout from Fukushima coincides with spike in Boise infant mortality rate by Mac King, kivitv.com.
The aftermath of the tsunami that ransacked the Japanese coast led to one of the worst nuclear meltdowns in the history of the world. Now, two researchers believe it may also have played some role in killing tens of thousands of Americans.
“[It’s] 155,000 deaths,” Joseph Mangano said, ”so we’re not talking about an increase from three to five deaths. We’re talking about quite a few.”
Mangano works at the Radiation and Public Health Project. The report he co-authored for a medical journal suggesting a link between Fukushima fallout and an increase in deaths in the United States has stirred up some controversy.
“The authors appeared to start at a conclusion,” Scientific American’s Michael Moyer wrote, “ – babies are dying because of Fukushima radiation – and work backwards, torturing their data to fit their claims.”
But Mangano said his critics miss the point.
“We have not stated conclusively that Fukushima fallout killed 22,000 Americans,” he said.
Instead, he and co-author Dr. Jannette Sherman cite numbers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's weekly morbidity report. That data showed a large spike in deaths – particularly infant deaths – in the 14 weeks following the Fukushima meltdown.
“And the highest ones,” Mangano said, “were in Boise, Idaho”...
2012-01-23 [UPDATE] ALERT 3X Atmospheric Radiation in Taos, New Mexico Flows From Fukushima 5.8 Earthquake by Potrblog
2012-01-25 Rain at 10X Background Radiation; Greater Risk For The Pacific Northwest, Continental Divide, And Mexico by Potrblog
...The simplest way to approach the analysis of these jet stream maps is think of the fallout in terms of silt in a fast moving stream of water; that silt is most likely to fallout out of the stream and build up in locations with sudden changes in velocity or dramatic changes in direction. In the case of the Jet-stream, high reaching thunderstorms may also pull fallout out of the stream.
The Jet Steam maps may be found here.
2012-01-26 26 TIMES Background Radiation In 6:30am Rain Fall by Potrblog, [St. Louis area]
2012-01-28 Weaponized Fukushima Fallout: Radioactive Fullerenes and Endofullerenes uploaded by POTRBLOG on 28 Jan 2012.
"The improvised use of salt water to cool the Fukushima reactors and spent fuel pools resulted in the weaponization of Uranium fallout via the formation of Fullerenes and Endofullerenes. The term weaponization is based on our belief that this process significantly improved Probability of Kill (PK) values from a survivability / vulnerability analytical standpoint."


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