Fukushima spreading
Fukushima radiation spreading

Cancer on the Rise in Post-Fukushima Japan.

Thyroid cancer 230 times higher in Fukushima Prefecture.

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“level 7” events on International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale
Radiation from Fukushima Disaster Still Affects 32 Million Japanese
Citing calculations by the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), the 2015 Fukushima Report says that total atmospheric release of radioactive material from the Fukushima nuclear disaster (iodine-131, cesium-134, cesium-137, and noble gases) was estimated to be less than 15 percent of that emitted by the Chernobyl accident.
“However, the number of people affected by radiation in Japan has tripled compared to Chernobyl,” said Nathalie Gysi of Green Cross Switzerland.
The radiation released by the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant was largely concentrated in Japan and over the Pacific Ocean.
The study cites estimates that 80 percent of the released radiation was deposited in the ocean and the other 20 percent was mostly dispersed within a 50 km radius to the northwest of the power plant in the Fukushima Prefecture.
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Fukushima radiation
“unimaginable” levels
Fukushima earthquake 6.9 November 2016 

Fukushima radiation  “unimaginable” levels

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The media can no longer hide the truth about Fukushima; the entire world is in danger
We first want to thank Fox News for FINALLY reporting on a subject that has been highly censored by the mainstream media for the past 5+ years, the situation in Fukushima, Japan is completely out of control.
While Fox News recently reported that radiation levels at Fukushima were now at ‘unimaginable levels’ more than 5 years after the disastrous earthquake and tsunami struck, as Steve Quayle asked in an SQNote he left while linking to that story, why has the mainstream media been silent all of this time?
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Fukushima radiation - what radiation - shhhh we're keeping it from the stupid people

Fukushima radiation  “unimaginable” levels

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Radiation inside one of the damaged reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power facility has reached an “unimaginable” level according to experts.
Because so much nuclear material from Fukushima escaped into the Pacific Ocean, there are many scientists that believe that it was the worst environmental disaster in human history, but most people in the general population seem to think that since the mainstream media really doesn’t talk about it anymore that everything must be under control.
THE RECENT READING, DESCRIBED BY SOME EXPERTS AS “UNIMAGINABLE”, IS FAR HIGHER THAN THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 73 SIEVERTS AN HOUR IN THAT PART OF THE REACTOR.
A SINGLE DOSE OF ONE SIEVERT IS ENOUGH TO CAUSE RADIATION SICKNESS AND NAUSEA; 5 SIEVERTS WOULD KILL HALF THOSE EXPOSED TO IT WITHIN A MONTH, AND A SINGLE DOSE OF 10 SIEVERTS WOULD PROVE FATAL WITHIN WEEKS.
If this disaster was just limited to Japan, the entire northern hemisphere would not be at risk.
But that is not the case.
Most of the nuclear contamination from Fukushima ended up in the Pacific Ocean, and from there it was literally taken around the rest of the planet. The following was reported by PBS…
MORE THAN 80 PERCENT OF THE RADIOACTIVITY FROM THE DAMAGED REACTORS ENDED UP IN THE PACIFIC — FAR MORE THAN REACHED THE OCEAN FROM CHERNOBYL OR THREE MILE ISLAND. OF THIS, A SMALL FRACTION IS CURRENTLY ON THE SEAFLOOR — THE REST WAS SWEPT UP BY THE KUROSHIO CURRENT, A WESTERN PACIFIC VERSION OF THE GULF STREAM, AND CARRIED OUT TO SEA WHERE IT MIXED WITH (AND WAS DILUTED BY) THE VAST VOLUME OF THE NORTH PACIFIC.
U.S. SECRETARY OF COMMERCE PENNY PRITZKER TODAY DETERMINED THERE ARE COMMERCIAL FISHERY FAILURES FOR NINE SALMON AND CRAB FISHERIES IN ALASKA, CALIFORNIA AND WASHINGTON.
IN RECENT YEARS, EACH OF THESE FISHERIES EXPERIENCED SUDDEN AND UNEXPECTED LARGE DECREASES IN FISH STOCK BIOMASS OR LOSS OF ACCESS DUE TO UNUSUAL OCEAN AND CLIMATE CONDITIONS.
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Record high fatal radiation levels, hole in reactor detected at crippled Fukushima nuclear facility
Radiation levels of up to 530 Sieverts per hour were detected inside an inactive Reactor 2 at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex damaged during the 2011 earthquake and tsunami catastrophe, Japanese media reported on Thursday citing the plant operator, Tokyo Electric Power Company
A dose of about 8 Sieverts is considered incurable and fatal.
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Huge crane collapses on to Japan nuclear plant at Fukushima.

Massive die off of sea creatures from California to Alaska

Animals starving as food chains continue to collapse

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Massive die off of sea creatures from California to Alaska

Animals starving as food chains continue to collapse

Huge crane collapses on to Japan nuclear plant at Fukushima.

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Fukishima radiation contaminates West Coast Fish - fears the food chain is contaminated.

Massive die off of sea creatures from California to Alaska

Animals starving as food chains continue to collapse

Huge crane collapses on to Japan nuclear plant at Fukushima.

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Emergency at Fukushima after major 7.4 quake

Radiation contaminates West Coast Fish - fears the food chain is contaminated.

Massive die off of sea creatures from California to Alaska

Animals starving as food chains continue to collapse

Huge crane collapses on to Japan nuclear plant at Fukushima.

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US hit with sudden Spikes of radioactive material from Fukushima has 15.7 million half life.

Radiation contaminates West Coast Fish - fears the food chain is contaminated.

Massive die off of sea creatures from California to Alaska

Animals starving as food chains continue to collapse

Huge crane collapses on to Japan nuclear plant at Fukushima.

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Fukushima
Thyroid examination on four-year-old Maria Sakamoto, brought by her mother to the office of Iwaki Radiation Citizen Centre NPO, Iwaki town, Fukushima prefecture.

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Radiation contamination Pacific — Western United States
Obama doing nothing!

Fukushima water decontamination suspended indefinitely
March 20, 2014
Fukushima radiation Japan news public restrictions, black out.

Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) employees, wearing protective suits and masks, walk toward the No. 1 reactor building at the tsunami-crippled TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture March 10, 2014.

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No. 1 reactor building Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant
Treatment of radioactive water at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant might be indefinitely suspended after malfunctions crippled the water purification process and recontaminated thousands of tons of partially purified water, Japanese media report.
The failure in the system, known as the Advanced Liquid Processing System (ALPS), is the latest setback in Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s (TEPCO) uphill battle to stockpile radioactive water, which is ballooning at a rate of 400 tons per day.
TEPCO said up to 900 tons of water, which had not been sufficiently cleaned in the ALPS equipment, flowed into a network of 21 tanks that were holding 15,000 tons of treated water.
Not only have the 21 tanks been rendered unusable, but all 15,000 tons of previously cleaned water will now have to be retreated.
While efforts are underway to measure the full extent of the contamination, TEPCO officials said the problem was not noticed prior to March 18 because no abnormalities were detected in water sampled on March 14, Japan’s Asashi Shimbun daily reports.
“We never expected radioactive water to flow into the storage tanks,” Masayuki Ono, acting general manager of TEPCO’s Nuclear Power & Plant Siting Division, told the paper.
“We should have been better prepared.
We have no idea how long it will take to clean them if we decided to do so.”
The ALPS system was developed to dramatically curb the radiation level of highly contaminated water that is accumulating at the plant.
The APS consists of 14 steel cylinders through which the contaminated water is filtered.
After the filtering, waste materials like the absorbent and remaining sludge are transferred to high-integrity containers (HICs) that are transported to a temporary storage facility.
The ALPS can remove 62 different types of radionuclides, including strontium and cobalt from contaminated water.
While the system cannot remove tritium – a radioactive isotope of hydrogen — the purification of water through the system is expected to reduce damage levels if water leaks from storage tanks.
The equipment, which is supposed to be able to treat up to 750 tons of contaminated water a day, has been undergoing trial runs since March 2013.
The system, however, has been plagued with problems from the outset.
The latest glitch and the subsequent recontamination was caused when one of the three ALPS lines failed to remove radioactive substances to a sufficient level.
Water from the March-17 sample water that was supposed to have been treated along one of the three channels of the ALPS system was discovered to still contain one-10th of the original concentration of radioactive substances.
The system, however, is supposed to reduce that level to one-100,000th of the initial readings.
The finding prompted TEPCO to shut down ALPS operations along all three channels on March 18.
In another incident, an ALPS pump stopped working in February, leaving only one of the two lines being tested at the time operational.
With only one line working, the daily clean-up capacity dropped to one-third its capacity: 250 tons.
Approximately one week prior, around 100 tons of highly radioactive water leaked from one of the plant’s tanks.
In mid-January, TEPCO warned that nuclear radiation at the boundaries of the damaged facility had jumped to eight times the government safety guidelines, while, only a week into the New Year, plant operators once again had to stop using its systems to decontaminate radioactive water.
Compounding their problems at the time, a crane used to get rid of the container from the ALPS ceased functioning.
Meanwhile, a United Nations rights investigator said Japan should expand its cancer tests beyond the thyroid screenings being employed by local authorities, Bloomberg reports.
“Why don’t we have a urine analysis, why don’t we have a blood analysis?” said Grover, who also recommended that the tests be expanded to a broader geographical area.
“Let’s err on the side of caution,” Grover, a UN special rapporteur who surveyed the events surrounding the March 11, 2011 disaster, said in Tokyo on Thursday.
To date, 75 cases of thyroid cancer have been found among the 254,000 residents who had been tested as of February 7, the Asahi Shimbun reported at the time.
Only residents of Fukushima Prefecture who were 18 or younger under at the time of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster are eligible to receive the thyroid gland tests administered by the prefectural government.
Medical and government officials in Fukushima said they did not believe those 75 instances of cancer are linked to the 2011 disaster.
On March 11, 2011, a 9.0 megathrurst earthquake struck off the coast of Japan.
The quake triggered a massive tsunami, which inundated the nuclear power plant causing three reactors to melt down.
More than 18,000 people were killed across Japan, with entire communities destroyed or deemed uninhabitable.
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JAPAN'S NEW FASCISM
Japan new fascism.

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (3RD-L) speaks during a joint-meeting by Nuclear Emergency Response Headquarters and Nuclear Power Disaster Management Council at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo

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Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks during a joint-meeting by Nuclear Emergency Response Headquarters
and Nuclear Power Disaster Management Council at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo
Government is Latin for Control the Mind.

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Fukushima nuclear contaminated water tank leaking radioactive water H4 area September 2013.

Members of a Fukushima prefecture panel, which monitors the safe decommissioning of the nuclear plant, inspect a contaminated water tank (C, in the back) which leaked radioactive water at the H4 area of the contaminated water storage tanks, at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)'s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima in this September 13, 2013

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Fukushima nuclear contaminated water tank leaking radioactive water H4 area September 2013
Fukushima Storage tank (bottom) from which workers detected radioactive water leaking October 2, 2013 at the Fukushima nuclear plant in northeastern Japan.

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Fukushima Storage tank (bottom) from which workers
detected radioactive water leaking October 2, 2013
Regardless of how much pollution being leaked people should look good
When you put many successful, strong-willed people from so many different professions together at one party, there is bound to be conflict in addition to connection.
It wasn’t long after dinner that Mr. Corrigan stumbled upon “What Not to Wear” co-host Stacy London talking about her new Burberry clutch and how Dinner host Jonathan Levy’s network could help influence people’s style choices.
Mr. Kevin Corrigan was wearing a nearly monochrome outfit of brown T-shirt and slacks.
“We have Fukushima polluting the entire Pacific Ocean and we’re talking about how people should be dressed?” he demanded.
Ms. Stacy London said, “I care how people feel about themselves.”
Mr. Corrigan said while nodding sarcastically: “I agree that regardless of how much pollution is being leaked, people should look good.”
TEPCO President Naomi Hirose after a meeting of the Contaminated Water and Tank Countermeasures Headquarters, at TEPCO headquarters in Tokyo September 13, 2013.

Radioactive water leaking into Pacific ocean daily.

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TEPCO President Naomi Hirose after a meeting of the Contaminated Water and Tank Countermeasures Headquarters
at TEPCO headquarters in Tokyo September 13, 2013
Ohi nuclear power plant in Fukui prefecture Japan - Kansai Electric Power Co.

Radioactive water leaking into Pacific ocean daily.

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Ohi nuclear power plant in Fukui prefecture

Fukushima leaking radioactive water for ‘2 years, 300 tons flowing into Pacific daily’
August 07, 2013
Fukushima Japan leaking radioactive water into Pacific ocean for more than two years.

A radiation monitor indicates 114.00 microsieverts per hour near the No.4 reactor (background C) and it's foundation construction (background R) for the storage of melted fuel rods at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)'s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant 

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A radiation monitor indicates 114.00 microsieverts per hour near the No.4 reactor (background C) and it's foundation construction (background R) for the storage of melted fuel rods at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)'s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant
Reuters/Issei Kato
"We think that the volume of water is about 300 tons a day," said Yushi Yoneyama, an official with the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, which regulates Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO).
The rate at which contaminated water has been pouring into the Pacific Ocean from the disabled Fukushima nuclear plant is worse than thought before, an Industry Ministry official said as PM Shinzo Abe pledged to step up efforts to halt the crisis.
Abe put the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry in charge of the situation, while demanding that the plant's operator, TEPCO take the necessary steps to deal with the cleanup, which is anticipated to take more than 40 years at a cost of US$11 billion.
Reduce leakage amount to 60 tons per day early as December 2013?
On Wednesday TEPCO confirmed the leak but refused to confirm the quantity being emitted from the plant
"We are not currently able to say clearly how much groundwater is actually flowing into the ocean," Tokyo Electric Power spokesman Noriyuki Imaizumi told Reuters when asked for an estimate.
Japanese authorities are working in crisis mode, attempting to assure the public both at home and abroad that the situation will not further deteriorate into a widespread environmental catastrophe.
Yoneyama said the government plans to reduce the leakage amount to 60 tons per day by as early as December, but given the Japanese government’s progress in the cleanup to date that goal may be difficult to achieve. Removing 300 tonnes of groundwater, however, would not necessarily halt leakage into the sea, he said.
Fukushima reactor buildings 1, 2, 3 and 4 at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)'s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

Fukushima Japan leaking radioactive water into Pacific ocean for more than two years.

A radiation monitor indicates 114.00 microsieverts per hour near the No.4 reactor (background C) and it's foundation construction (background R) for the storage of melted fuel rods at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)'s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant 

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Fukushima reactor buildings 1, 2, 3 and 4 at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)'s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
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The nuclear plant was severely damaged in an earthquake and subsequent tsunami in March 2011.
About 90,000 people within a 20km radius of the plant were forced to evacuate their homes due to the possibility of a full-scale nuclear meltdown.
Earlier, TEPCO said it detected 2.35 billion becquerels of cesium per liter in water that is now leaking into the groundwater through cracks in the plant’s drainage system.
This radiation level is roughly the same as that measured in April 2011.
The normal level is 150 becquerels of cesium per liter of water.
You can't just leave it to TEPCO
For the past two years, TEPCO has claimed that it managed to siphon off the excess water into specially-constructed storage tanks.
However, the company was forced to admit late last month that radioactive water was still escaping into the Pacific Ocean.
These consistent failures are testing the patience of Japanese authorities.
Shinji Kinjo, head of the Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NRA) told Reuters.
“You can't just leave it — disposing of radioactive waste at the plant — up to TEPCO.
Right now, we have an emergency."
Earlier this month, TEPCO was forced to go on the defensive after a scathing first-page article appeared in The Asahi Shimbun daily criticizing the company’s cleanup efforts.
TEPCO did nothing for more than two years
The Asahi Shimbun daily newspaper stated on August 1, 2013:
“TEPCO did nothing for more than two years despite having pledged to seal a leaking hole between a turbine building — the leakage source — and an underground pit — a trench — in April 2011.
April 2011 was when water contaminated with radioactive materials…was found to have leaked into the ocean.
The company only began preparing for shielding tests this summer after contaminated water was found to be leaking into the sea this time.”
Fukushima Pacific ocean leak radiation in fish.

Fukushima Japan leaking radioactive water into Pacific ocean for more than two years.

Laboratory technician uses Geiger counter to measure radiation levels in fish caught close to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

A radiation monitor indicates 114.00 microsieverts per hour near the No.4 reactor (background C) and it's foundation construction (background R) for the storage of melted fuel rods at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)'s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant 

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Laboratory technician uses Geiger counter to measure radiation levels in fish caught close to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
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TEPCO fired back with its own version of events, saying that despite “technical difficulties and a severe work environment” the company has been working to implement a plan “in order to further reduce the risk of having outflow of contaminated water beyond the trench.”
Although TEPCO engineers have constructed a barrier between the destroyed facility and the ocean, it only extends 1.8 meters below the ground, thus water continues to accumulate inside the plant vaults.
Masashi Goto, a nuclear engineer who has worked at several TEPCO plants, told Reuters:
"If you build a wall, of course the water is going to accumulate there.
And there is no other way for the water to go but up or sideways and eventually lead to the ocean.
So now, the question is how long do we have?"
TEPCO has pledged to begin pumping enough radioactive seepage to stop the water level from rising.
But the company faces limitations, as its storage tanks are 85 percent full.
“New measures are needed to stop the water from flowing into the sea," emphasized Shinji Kinjo, head of the Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NRA), who accused TEPCO of failing to implement long-term solutions for a crisis that has been continuing for more than two years.
Not only is TEPCO running up against technical problems associated with the cleanup efforts, it must also deal with the unpredictable force of nature, specifically in the form of earthquakes.
On Sunday, a 6.0 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Miyagi prefecture, the same northeastern region of the island country that was devastated by the 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami, which resulted in 15,000 people killed and more than 3,200 missing.
No damage or injuries were reported in the latest earthquake, but some roads and railways were temporarily closed for safety inspections.
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The results compiled up to January 21, 2013 revealed that 41,947 (44.2%) of 94,975 children had thyroid ultrasound abnormalities.
Together with 38,114 children (13,645 or 35.8% had thyroid ultrasound abnormalities) tested in the last half of Fiscal Year Heisei 23 (FYH23) from October 2011 through March 2012, a total of 55,592 (41.8%) of 133,089 Fukushima children have been found to have ultrasound abnormalities.
Japan nuclear radiation from Fukishima.

Contamination suites.

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Japan Nuclear Radiation
Radioactive Tokyo
Sacrificing the children
When the above four studies are tallied in one table, it becomes obvious that the result of the thyroid examinations of children in the “Fukushima Prefecture Health Management Survey” is astonishing.
This is because one-third of the children had developed “ cysts.”
A “cyst” is a fluid-filled sac.
Cysts do not mean there is an immediate chance of developing thyroid cancer.
However it is apparent that something extraordinary is happening inside the thyroid gland, such as inflammation or changes in cellular properties.
Summarizing the thyroid ultrasound examination results from Japan and overseas, prevalence of cysts detected in children around the age of 10 is approximately 0.5-1.0%.
The fact that 35% of Fukushima children (average age around 10) have thyroid cysts strongly suggests that these children’s thyroid glands are negatively affected by undesirable environmental factors.
There is a strong concern that waiting for further analysis of above data and the completion of follow-up examinations will lead to irreversible health damages in these children.
July 19 2012 — Canada
The Georgia Straight cover July 19 2012.

Nuclear fishing - Fukushima, Japan irradiated fish worry B.C. Canada experts.

Fish from the Pacific Ocean and Japanese coastal and inland waters safe to eat 16 months after the Fukushima nuclear disaster?

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

February 22, 2012 - Nuclear and Safety Agency Public Hearing.

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

Professor Hiromitsu Ino - Professor Emeritus University of Tokyo.

In the last hearing, I pointed out that we had not discussed the Oi nuclear power plants enough yet and all questions had not been answered.

February 22, 2012 - Nuclear and Safety Agency Public Hearing.

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

Professor Hiromitsu Ino - Professor Emeritus University of Tokyo.

So I asked whether we would continue discussing that.

Mr. Ichimura, you did not answer my question.  Instead, you said that you were going to review the report.

February 22, 2012 - Nuclear and Safety Agency Public Hearing

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

Professor Hiromitsu Ino - Professor Emeritus University of Tokyo.

And you did not say you would end the discussion.

So I understood you would not.

Later I learned from the media reports that you were going to end the discussion.

February 22, 2012 - Nuclear and Safety Agency Public Hearing

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

Professor Hiromitsu Ino - Professor Emeritus University of Tokyo.

I thought you were going to discuss the edited report today bu you had already submitted it to the nuclear safety commission.

February 22, 2012 - Nuclear and Safety Agency Public Hearing

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

Professor Hiromitsu Ino - Professor Emeritus University of Tokyo.

I feel I am being decieved by you.  You owe me an explanation.

February 22, 2012 - Nuclear and Safety Agency Public Hearing

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

Tomoya Ichimura - Director Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency.

It is our understanding that we have discussed the Oi nuclear power plants enough.

February 22, 2012 - Nuclear and Safety Agency Public Hearing

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

Dr. Masashi Goto Nuclear Engineer.

While we were saying we had not discussed that enough, you had already submitted the report.

February 22, 2012 - Nuclear and Safety Agency Public Hearing

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

Dr. Masashi Goto Nuclear Engineer.

Why are you in such a hurry?  For what purpose?

February 22, 2012 - Nuclear and Safety Agency Public Hearing

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

Dr. Masashi Goto Nuclear Engineer.

At the first hearing, I said those who had got involved in nuclear power were all responsible for the Fukushima accident.

February 22, 2012 - Nuclear and Safety Agency Public Hearing

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

Dr. Masashi Goto Nuclear Engineer.

We started holding this hearing in order not to repeat the mistakes of Fukushima, didn't we?

February 22, 2012 - Nuclear and Safety Agency Public Hearing

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

March 23, 2012 - Nuclear Safety Commission.

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

Mr. Madarame, it is irresponsible to check the first stage evaluation of the stress tests only, isn't it?

March 23, 2012 - Nuclear Safety Commission.

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

You said the first stage evaluation only would not be enough, didn't you?

March 23, 2012 - Nuclear Safety Commission.

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

You are going to rubber stamp the restart of the Oi plants, aren't you?

March 23, 2012 - Nuclear Safety Commission.

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

Other members, can you take responsibility?

You can not ensure the safety of the Oi plants, can you.

March 23, 2012 - Nuclear Safety Commission.

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

Please do not ignor me!  Please answer my question!

March 23, 2012 - Nuclear Safety Commission.

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

If today's meeting is about safety, please answer my question!

March 23, 2012 - Nuclear Safety Commission.

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Refuses to answer — looks away!
Refuses to look at the person speaking to him
Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

This is a political farce!

How can you ensure the safety this way!

March 23, 2012 - Nuclear Safety Commission.

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

In this report, the safety has not been ensured at all!

This is an irresponsible report!

March 23, 2012 - Nuclear Safety Commission.

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

Where does this report say the safety has been ensured?

March 23, 2012 - Nuclear Safety Commission.

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

This is a disgrace to the world!

March 23, 2012 - Nuclear Safety Commission.

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

We do not allow the nuclear safety commission to rubber stamp the report.

March 23, 2012 - Nuclear Safety Commission.

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Nuclear radiation disaster Fukishima.

It took the nuclear safety commission six minutes only to approve the nuclear agency's report that endorses Oi reactors stress test.	

March 23, 2012 - Nuclear Safety Commission.

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Nuclear official freezes when asked question
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Japan nuclear radiation from Fukishima.

Secret US-Israeli Nuke Weapons Transfers Led To Fukushima Blasts.

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Tokyo's Strangelove
US Israel Fukushima Blasts
At an opportune moment during the two-month strike, trucks loaded with 16 metric tons of nuclear cores were hauled away in refrigerated containers to prevent fission.
At the port of Houston, this dangerous cargo was loaded aboard vessels operated by an Israel state-owned shipping line.
The radioactive material was detected by port inspector Roland Carnaby, a private contractor working under the federal program to interdict weapons of mass destruction.
Houston police agents pursued Carnaby on a highway chase and gunned him down.
Firewalls kept Stuxnet at bay until the Tohoku earthquake.
The seismic activity felled an electricity tower behind Fukushima Reactor 6.
The power cut disrupted the control system, momentarily taking down the firewall.
As the computer came online again, Stuxnet infiltrated to shut down the back-up generators.
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Radiation count above 10 sieverts per hour above ability for counter to record.

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Radiation count above 10 sieverts per hour — above ability for counter to record
Radiation count above 10 sieverts per hour, above ability for counter to record.

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It's just getting worse
Groups of hardworking people who really are determined to restart life and make the exodus, this time may be coming next year where there's got to be a few survivors
Yoichi Shimatsu
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Hideaki Akaiwa

Listening to his inner self soul Hideaki Akaiwa saves his wife and his mother from death from the Japan tsunami

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Listening to his inner self
Listening to his inner self-soul Hideaki Akaiwa saves both his wife and his mother from death from the Japan tsunami
Listening to inner self
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Japan passes law to censor internet of fukushima radiation news.

Japanese Farmer Refuses To Kill Radioactive Cows.

Japan Government Officially Censors Truth About Fukushima Nuclear Radiation Disaster

The nation of Japan officially issued orders to telecommunication companies and webmasters to remove content from websites that counter the official government position that the disaster is over and there is no more threat from the radiation.

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Japan passes law to strip internet of non-government desired Fukushima radiation news.
Japan Government Officially Censors Truth About Fukushima Nuclear Radiation Disaster
Japan officially issues orders to telecommunication companies and webmasters to remove content from websites that counter the official government position that the disaster is over and there is no more threat from radiation.
Website banning of independent reporting and criticism of government policies
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The Demise of the Human Race
We're being watched like we are a very very sick sitcom!
It's called:  
'Planet Earth — The Real Story'
People are sitting across the Cosmos popping Cosmic popcorn and watching it, and wondering:   'I don't want to miss the next episode.'
This is the outer reaches of the Twilight Zone in the theme park called 'Earth'
Bill Deagle
'The Sad Demise of the Human Race
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Worse than a melt through – a melt out of radiation into the ground water - unimaginable terrible reality but might be going on deep inside the reactor building basement.

“The melt-lump of uranium is the fuel melted, defeating even the bottom of the containment, and I believe that it is not all that on the ground melted the concrete beneath the reactor building,” Assistant Professor Hiroaki Koide of Kyoto University Reactor.

But those in power listened to the foreigners who they always listen to, and some made a lot of money!

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Worse than a ‘melt through’ — a ‘melt out’
Unimaginable terrible reality but might be going on deep inside the reactor building basement.
“The melt-lump of uranium is the fuel melted, defeating even the bottom of the containment, and I believe that it is not all that on the ground melted the concrete beneath the reactor building.”
Assistant Professor Hiroaki Koide of Kyoto University Reactor
'If you hit the groundwater melt then spread of radioactive material some will not prevent, you can not!'
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Elderly Japan woman commits suicide over radiation. 

This is one of four suicide notes that the 93-year-old woman left behind in her house in Minamisoma, Fukushima Prefecture.

But those in power listened to the foreigners who they always listen to, and some made a lot of money!

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But those in power listened to the foreigners who they always listen to
— and some made a lot of money!
Four suicide notes addressed to the family, ancestors and a close neighborhood friend were later found in the house.
“My heart is in my mouth everyday due to news of the nuclear power plant,” grandmother wrote to her family.
'Please tell your readers why she committed suicide,' son tells Mainichi
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Parents bringing children with nosebleeds diarrhea lack of energy — Japan Fukushima radiation
Children nosebleeds diarrhea lack of energy - Japan Fukushima radiation

Iodine-131 Xenon 131mXe 133Xe 133mXe 135Xe - some of the fission products of 235U (Uranium) and 239Pu (Plutonium) Cesium (Cs137, Cs134) Tellurium (Te132) Strontium-89 Strontium-90 Plutonium-238 Plutonium-239 Plutonium-240 Plutonium-244 just some of the plutonium radiation from reactor three

Radiation substances from Fukushima that science today has not yet named and analyzed are being released into the air, ground and ocean water.

Permissible levels of radiation are being altered in various countries and structures such as Europe to allow cancer ratios not of two thousand and in some instances two million people, but a cancer rate of two hundred people - one in two hundred people.

Photo: ex-skf.blogspot.com
Hiroaki Koide assistant professor at the Kyoto University Research Reactor Institute:
“As far as I can tell from the announcements made by Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO), the nuclear fuel that has melted down inside reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant has gone through the bottom of the containers, which are like pressure cookers, and is lying on the concrete foundations, sinking into the ground below.
We have to install a barrier deep in the soil and build a subterranean dam as soon as possible to prevent groundwater contaminated with radioactive materials from leaking into the ocean.”
His comment captured public interest and when I asked a high-ranking government official about it, the official said that construction of an underground dam was indeed being prepared.
But when I probed further, I found that the project was in limbo due to opposition from TEPCO.
Sumio Mabuchi, an aide to Prime Minister Naoto Kan who is dealing with nuclear power plant issues, holds the same concerns as those expressed by Koide and has sought an announcement on construction of an underground dam, but TEPCO has resisted such a move.
The reason is funding.
It would cost about 100 billion yen to build such a dam.
Preventing radiation contamination more important than TEPCO's stock prices
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Japan exodus due to radiation.

The fuels are now a molten blob at the bottom of the reactor.

TEPCO announced they had a melt through.

A melt down is when the fuel collapses to the bottom of the reactor, and a melt through means it has melted through some layers.

That nuclear blob is incredibly radioactive, and now you have water on top of it.

The water picks up enormous amounts of radiation, so you add more water and you are generating hundreds of thousands of tons of highly radioactive water.

Photo: gallo
Much worse than you think — continued
"The fuels are now a molten blob at the bottom of the reactor.
TEPCO announced they had a melt through.
A melt down is when the fuel collapses to the bottom of the reactor, and a melt through means it has melted through some layers.
That blob is incredibly radioactive, and now you have water on top of it.
The water picks up enormous amounts of radiation, so you add more water and you are generating hundreds of thousands of tons of highly radioactive water."
966 square kilometres near the Fukushima power station — an area roughly 17 times the size of Manhattan — is now likely uninhabitable.
35 per cent spike in infant mortality in northwest US cities that occurred after the Fukushima meltdown.
Radioactive air filters found in Seattle area.
"Most of the Japanese scientists at that time, the mid-1950s, considered that the technology of nuclear energy was under development or not established enough, and that it was too early to be put to practical use.
The Japan Scientists Council recommended the Japanese government not use this technology yet, but the government accepted to use enriched uranium to fuel nuclear power stations, and was thus subjected to US government policy."
"Units one through three have nuclear waste on the floor, the melted core, that has plutonium in it, and that has to be removed from the environment for hundreds of thousands of years."
Somehow, robotically, they will have to go in there and manage to put it in a container and store it for infinity, and that technology doesn't exist.
Nobody knows how to pick up the molten core from the floor, there is no solution available now for picking that up from the floor."
Dahr Jamail article on english.aljazeera.net
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[Beneficent off-planet beings will give assistance if the populations dump those who imprison them — no joke, Kewe]
Nuclear melt through three reactors Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

Iodine-131 Xenon 131mXe 133Xe 133mXe 135Xe - some of the fission products of 235U (Uranium) and 239Pu (Plutonium) Cesium (Cs137, Cs134) Tellurium (Te132) Strontium-89 Strontium-90 Plutonium-238 Plutonium-239 Plutonium-240 Plutonium-244 just some of the plutonium radiation from reactor three

Radiation substances from Fukushima that science today has not yet named and analyzed are being released into the air, ground and ocean water.

Permissible levels of radiation are being altered in various countries and structures such as Europe to allow cancer ratios not of two thousand and in some instances two million people, but a cancer rate of two hundred people - one in two hundred people. 

Photo: alexanderhiggins.com/
Nuclear melt through
Once again statements from TEPCO that the fuel at the plant is now being cooled and that plant is stable — the same exact statements from TEPCO day after day for the past three months.
No meltdown we were once assured — 'the fuel rods are stable and the risk of meltdown is little to none.'
The media printing statements from the Japan government and TEPCO with no questioning as to the accuracy or political reason behind such statements.
'A partial nuclear meltdown but no comparing Fukushima to Chernobyl — against the public good, the ordinary person would not understand!'
'A level 7 incident as with Chernobyl — worldwide effecting.'
'At three of the six reactors a melt through the base has taken place — molten fuel has sunk to the bottom of the pressure vessels and has burnt into the external steel containment vessels.'
'Highly radioactive water in the pressure vessels is leaking out of the containment vessels flowing outside the buildings that house the reactors.'
'We're trying to contain the contaminated water and prevent it from leaking into the sea, but elevated levels of radiation are in the ocean near the plant.'
'370,000 terabecquerels have escaped from the facility, no its 770,000 terabecquerels — one terabecquerel is a trillion becquerels.'
'Permissible level of iodine-131 for vegetables and fish is 2,000 becquerels per kilogram.'
Iodine-131
Xenon 131mXe 133Xe 133mXe 135Xe — some of the fission products of 235U (Uranium) and 239Pu (Plutonium)
Cesium (Cs137, Cs134)
Tellurium (Te132)
Strontium-89 Strontium-90
Plutonium-238 Plutonium-239 Plutonium-240 Plutonium-244 just some of the plutonium radiation from reactor three
In addition radiation substances that science today has not yet named and analyzed are being released into the air, ground and ocean water.
Much of the effects upon the body from these substance — half lives ranging from days to millions of years — even if connecting with the body in minute amounts, are not known.
The media reports that there is no or little risk to human health in Japan or elsewhere on the planet where the wind blows and ocean currents roam.
Yet permissible levels of radiation are being altered in various countries and structures such as Europe to allow cancer ratios not of two thousand and in some instances two million people, but a cancer rate of 200 people — one in 200 people.
France Ecology, Transport and Housing Minister Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet (R) and Hideichi Okada, Vice Minister for International Affairs of the Ministry of Economics, Trade and Industry of Japan, attend a ministerial seminar on nuclear safety at the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) headquarters in Paris June 7 2011.

Iodine-131 Xenon 131mXe 133Xe 133mXe 135Xe - some of the fission products of 235U (Uranium) and 239Pu (Plutonium) Cesium (Cs137, Cs134) Tellurium (Te132) Strontium-89 Strontium-90 Plutonium-238 Plutonium-239 Plutonium-240 Plutonium-244 just some of the plutonium radiation from reactor three

Radiation substances from Fukushima that science today has not yet named and analyzed are being released into the air, ground and ocean water.

Permissible levels of radiation are being altered in various countries and structures such as Europe to allow cancer ratios not of two thousand and in some instances two million people, but a cancer rate of two hundred people - one in two hundred people. 

Photo: alexanderhiggins.com
France Ecology, Transport and Housing Minister Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet (R) and Hideichi Okada, Vice Minister for International Affairs of the Ministry of Economics, Trade and Industry of Japan, attend a ministerial seminar on nuclear safety at the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) headquarters in Paris June 7 2011.
Japan confirms nuclear fuel melted through pressure vessels into containment and water leaking out of containment
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The Dangers of Fukushima Are Worse and Longer-lived Than We Think
Fukushima soil same as  	
Chernobyl dead zone.

The dangers of Fukushima are worse and longer-lived.

Image: internet Unit 3 has a problem with saltwater poured into it for cooling and the effect on iron.
The reactor bottom could disintegrate and dump everything.
The reactor is hot with salt water an ideal conditions for corrosion.
If Unit 3 reactor has not already dispersed its remaining contents through the former reactor bottom, then it could do so at any time.
The entire core could fall through the iron bottom of the reactor suddenly.
Unit 3 is the MOX — plutonium uranium mixture reactor
204 Sieverts per hour in drywell of Reactor 1
May 25 2011 @ 204 Sv/hr
May 24 2011 @ 192 Sv/hr
May 23 2011 @ 201 Sv/hr
May 22 2011 @ 196 Sv/hr
May 21 2011 @ 36.2 Sv/hr
May 20 2011 @ 46.5 Sv/hr
May 19 2011 @ 36.3 Sv/hr
May 18 2011 @ 45.4 Sv/hr
Radiation measurement:
~10 rem or 0.1 Sv or 100 mSv or 100,000 microSv dosage per hour may begin to effect bodily cellular change with no radiation suit protection.
~100 rem or 1 Sievert per hour may induce radiation sickness such as nausea and vomiting.
Normal non-human produced radiation can be as low as 0.23 microSievert per hour exposure in such places as La Paz, Bolivia.
1 sievert is also defined as that producing the same biological effect in a specified tissue as 1 gray of high-energy x-rays.
Nuclear radiation 204 Sieverts per hour in drywell of Reactor 1 of destroyed Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant

Nuclear radiation is constantly being emitted from the destroyed Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant and the surrounding areas where radioactive material has settled.

I-131 has a spent-life of 80 days with no further emissions but other radioactive substances have lives of decades, hundreds, thousands and millions of years

Image: enenews.com
Total meltdown reactors 2 and 3 just like reactor 1
Organ dose of radioactive iodine I-131 for infants by SPEEDI data

Nuclear radiation is constantly being emitted from the destroyed Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant and the surrounding areas where radioactive material has settled.

I-131 has a spent-life of 80 days with no further emissions but other radioactive substances have lives of decades, hundreds, thousands and millions of years

Image: ex-skf.blogspot.com/SPEEDI
Nuclear radiation is constantly being emitted from the destroyed Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant and the surrounding areas where radioactive material has settled
I-131 has a spent-life of 80 plus days with no further emissions but other radioactive substances have lives of decades, hundreds, thousands and millions of years
Organ dose of radioactive iodine I-131 for infants by SPEEDI data

Image: ex-skf.blogspot.com/SPEEDI
US mainstream media coming alive
Japan Business Press   May 14 2011
Food manufacturer pays for private testing
High density plutonium is in the rice fields more than 50kms away from the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant
MOX fuel — Mixed oxide fuel — used in Unit 3 nuclear power plant Fukushima Daiichi is a mixture of plutonium blended with uranium
Using MOX fuel is a way of utilizing surplus weapons-grade plutonium.
When reactor 3 exploded it blew the core lid into the building next door
Fuel rods were blown upwards in either a hydrogen explosion or nuclear blast with nuclear dust including plutonium particles spreading into the high atmosphere.
Plutonium-238 has a half life of 87.7 years
Plutonium-240 has a half life of 6,563 years
Plutonium-239 has a half life of 24,000 years
Plutonium-244 has a half-life of 80 million years
So we should ask — why do humans do as they do!
The politicians who live on the planet are supposed to have your and their own well-being....!
Unit reactor 3 Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant after explosion.

When reactor 3 exploded it blew the core lid into the building next door

Fuel rods were blown upwards in either a hydrogen explosion or nuclear blast with nuclear dust including plutonium particles spreading into the high atmosphere.

High density plutonium is in the rice fields more than 50kms away from the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant

MOX fuel — Mixed oxide fuel — used in Unit 3 nuclear power plant Fukushima Daiichi is a mixture of plutonium blended with uranium

Using MOX fuel is a way of utilizing surplus weapons-grade plutonium.

Radiation emissions continue from the plant into the atmosphere.

Photo taken March 24, 2011 by Photo Service Co Ltd Japan
Unit reactor 3 Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant after explosion
Photo taken March 24, 2011 by Photo Service Co Ltd Japan
Worker walks on the second floor of the No. 1 reactor building at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma town, Fukushima Prefecture, northeastern Japan, early Monday, May 9, 2011.

Measurement was done for 5 minutes starting 12:45PM on May 10 2011 (JST) and at 1.6 meters from the floor the Geiger counter went overscale

Fukushima I Nuke Plant: Radiation on 2nd Floor of Reactor 1 Exceeded 1000 Millisieverts/Hour

Or more than 1 sievert/hour.

2 Sieverts per hour detected in No. 1 reactor building on May 13 2011

Photo: TEPCO
Walks on the second floor of the No. 1 reactor building Fukushima Dai-ichi 12:45PM on May 10 2011 (JST)
Fukushima I Nuke Plant: Radiation on 2nd Floor of Reactor 1 Exceeded 1000 Millisieverts/Hour
Or more than 1 sievert/hour
2 Sieverts per hour detected in No. 1 reactor building on May 13 2011
May 13 2011
Tokyo Electric Power Company says the No.1 reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is believed to be in a state of “meltdown”.
Most of the fuel rods are likely to have melted and fallen to the bottom of the reactor.
Contrary to BBC lies
radiation emissions are sweeping the planet
over Japan and the world
Radiation steam May 11, 2011 from reactor 2 reactor 3 and reactor 4 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. 

Radiation emissions continue from the plant into the atmosphere.

Image: enenews.com
Radiation steam May 11, 2011 from reactor 2 reactor 3 and reactor 4 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant
Radiation steam May 11, 2011 from reactor 2 reactor 3 and reactor 4 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant -enhanced image. 

Radiation emissions continue from the plant into the atmosphere.

Image: enenews.com
Enhanced image morning of May 11, 2011 from reactors 2 3 and 4 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant
I-131 Iodine radiation over North America May 9 2011 from Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant disaster 

Radiation emissions continue from the plant into the atmosphere.

Image: blog.alexanderhiggins.com/
Image: NILO
Radioactive iodine 131 has a life of 80+ days — almost three months
cs-137 Cesium 137 radiation over North America May 9 2011 from Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant disaster 

Radiation emissions continue from the plant into the atmosphere.

Image: blog.alexanderhiggins.com
Image: NILO
Cesium 137 has a half life of 30.17 years — a life of more than 300 years
Fukushima Daiici damaged nuclear plant May 8 2011 — possible fire outbreak for period of time
Radiation emissions continue from the Daiici plant into the atmosphere
Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant May 8 2011.

Radiation emissions continue from the plant into the atmosphere.

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Fukushima Japan Number 3 Plutonium Uranium Mox Fueled Nuclear Reactor April 2011
Radiation emissions continue from the Daiici plant into the atmosphere.
Fukushima Japan Number 3 Plutonium Uranium Mox Fueled Nuclear Reactor April 2011

Radiation emissions continue from the plant into the atmosphere.

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Fukushima girl at school with face mask.

Parents revolt against new increased radiation levels set for school chidren.

Image: Carlos Barria/Reuters
Exposing children to a one in 200 risk of getting cancer
Ministers have increased the acceptable safety level for school children from 1 to 20 millisieverts per year.
The new standard of 20 millisieverts a year is equivalent to the annual maximum dose for German nuclear workers yet children are much more susceptible to radiation than adults.
Physicians for Social Responsibility — a US-based organization that opposes nuclear power — said the new acceptable limit exposed children to a one in 200 risk of getting cancer, compared with a one in 500 risk for adults:
"It is unconscionable to increase the allowable dose for children to 20 millisieverts.
There is no way this level of exposure can be considered safe."
Toshiso Kosako, a Tokyo University professor who was being employed to be an expert advisor on radiation, has resigned.
Toshiso Kosako has since held a news conference and accused the government of ad hoc policy making and contravening internationally accepted norms for the sake of political expediency.
Too late to protest don't you think!
As your brothers and sisters in the west
what y'all been doing these past 10-20-30-40-50-60 years!
Japan farmers protest in front of the head office of Tokyo Electric Power Company in Tokyo on April 26, 2011.
Agriculture including food production and distribution has been severely hit by the March 11, 2011, earthquake tsunami and resulting nuclear radiation leak disaster.
Japan farmers protest TEPCO

Japan farmers protest in front of the head office of Tokyo Electric Power Company in Tokyo on April 26, 2011.

Agriculture including food production and distribution has been severely hit by the March 11, 2011, earthquake and tsunami and resulting nuclear radiation leak disaster.

Image: Kyodo
DarylAnn April 26, 2011 at 9:23 am
Does anyone else here find it incredibly creepy that there is absolutely NO coverage by western media?
Personally I am horrified.
Too many people are completely oblivious to the fact that there is even a problem... it’s stunning!
Tony Wilson April 26, 2011 at 9:37 am
We have all been conditioned through movies to have the struggling heroic reporter uncovering the conspiracy.
But reality is different.
The so called democracies have a media that when called for can be just as tightly controlled as Russia or Iran.
We have the veneer of the BBC, CBS, NBC and ABC.
The US channels are kind of understandable because they are owned by corporations all interconnected.
The BBC has been a shock for me.
I knew that they were rotten but time after time have either not mentioned this or had scientists connected with the mega nuclear companies.
Honesty will result in food riots a collapse of world economies and a breakdown of society.
Angry people going around to Tony Blair's house or Rockerfellas for an angry chat.
Won't do any good.
They'll already be on their islands watching us as a movie with their monitors playing scenes of that which remains of TV uploaded and then beamed via satellite from the shutting-down cities.
Rothschild might be in Jerusalem entering up the steps that lead into his heaven.     The steps that take him to the 'portal' he has built into the 'Israel Supreme Court' — that building he designed and paid for with the pyramid set on the roof enclosing the 'all Seeing Eye.'
But he might be off via his private jet to one of his islands — chickening out when it comes to his moment!
Those slightly lower on the pyramid, those favored military, politicals, corrupt mega-business CEO's etc with a ticket, will be inside the vast underground bases built over the last sixty years: food, water, wine, gyms, all waiting for them and their families to relax in luxury hotels while the populations above ground become decimated.
That is the plan!
That has always been the plan!
Kewe
From Mothra web comment:
Municipal water is treated with fluoride and chlorine.
Iodine is aerosolized by chlorine vapor for the inhalation pathway and strontium and cesium bond to fluoride for the ingestion pathway.
Professor Busby:
I attach my 'don't panic' paper.
However, since then I have re-thought this advice as the thing is still fissioning and releasing 10 to the fourteen becquerels a day.
This will mean that Sr-90 [strontium 90] and Uranium and particulates will be building up in the USA and Europe.
I will assess this later but for now I think it prudent to stop drinking milk.
Cloud of radioactive steam rising from Fukushima Daiici damaged nuclear plant Japan April 22, 2011.

“Radiation is leaking every day now…

When you see those clouds of smoke coming out of the unit, that’s not steam, that’s radioactive steam. So, they’re releasing radioactivity as a airborne” -Arnie Gundersen, nuclear expert


Graph: pointscope01.jpe
Cloud of radioactive steam rising from Fukushima Daiici damaged nuclear plant — April 22 2011
“Radiation is leaking every day now…
When you see those clouds of smoke coming out of the unit, that’s not steam, that’s radioactive steam.
So, they’re releasing radioactivity as a airborne”
Arnie Gundersen, nuclear expert
Phoenix Arizona milk contamination from nuclear plant at Fukushima Daiici, Japan

Milk in Phonix tested at sixteen hundred percent above EPA drinking water limits

FDA limit allow cancer FATALITIES for one in two thousand two hundred people.

EPA drinking water limit allows cancer fatalities for one in one million people

Graph: blog.alexanderhiggins.com
Milk 1600% Above EPA Drinking Water Limits
Note the government is still pushing the “levels of radiation” are safe misnomer by quoting the FDA limits of 4,600 pCi/L for milk.
However, as I have previously noted, as has Forbes and many experts, the FDA limit is set to allow cancer
FATALITIES in 1 in 2,200 people where the EPA drinking water limit allows for cancer fatalities for 1 in 1 million people.
I have also pointed out that Iodine has a half-life of 100 days inside the body.
Since we are talking about milk that is the half-life we should be discussing here, not the 8 day half-life outside of the body.
Radioactive iodine has a life of 80+ days — almost three months.
Cesium 137 has a half life of 30.17 years
Plutonium and Strontium circulating Northern Hemisphere
EPA detection of Plutonium and Strontium in the US and around the world from the Fukushima Daiici nuclear plant, Japan

RADnet began monitoring for Plutonium form March 11, 2011 after the earthquake tsunami and damage to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear radiation plant.

Plutonium was found from Alaska to San Francisco California, and from Guam from March 18, 2011.

Strontium was detected in the United States on March 18, 2011.

Graph: lucaswhitefieldhixson.com
Strontium-89 has a half life of 50.5 days — a life of 500+ days.
Strontium-90 has a half life of 28.8 years
Plutonium-238 has a half life of 87.7 years
Plutonium-240 has a half life of 6,563 years
Plutonium-239 has a half life of 24,000 years
Plutonium-244 has a half-life of 80 million years
Xenon xe-133 is a radionuclide that is inhaled to assess pulmonary function, and to image the lungs.
It is also often used to image blood flow, particularly in the brain.
Xe-133 is also an important fission product.
131mXe, 133Xe, 133mXe, and 135Xe are some of the fission products of both 235U and 239Pu, and therefore used as indicators of nuclear explosions.
Relatively high concentrations of radioactive xenon isotopes are also found emanating from nuclear reactors due to the release of this fission gas from cracked fuel rods or fissioning of uranium in cooling water.
The concentrations of these isotopes are still usually low compared to naturally occurring radioactive noble gases such as 222Rn.
Although xenon is not toxic, its compounds such as 133Xe can be highly toxic.
133Xe has a physical half-life of 5.243 days or becomes almost nonexistent in 52 days.
Xe-133 radiation levels around the world from the Fukushima Daiici nuclear plant, Japan

In Tokyo on April 6 2011 a group of freelance journalists including Uesugi Takashi held a media session with dozens of DPJ lawmakers, including former Prime Minister Hatoyama Yukio, to question the performance of the media in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.

Freelance journalists and foreign media are pursuing the facts, even going into the radiation exclusion zone.

Mainstream journalists record and report company statements reiterating that the situation is basically under control and there is nothing to worry about.

The Japan government continues to prevent freelance journalists and overseas media from gaining access to official press conferences at the prime minister’s house and government.

Graph: Norwegian Institute for Air Research
Norwegian Institute for Air Research
Erasing information authorities
deem harmful to public order
Yumoto Daini Middle School, Iwaki City, Fukushima school doctor informs children and their parents:
“The radiation problem is already finished.
You can go to school and go outside without any problem.   You should not fear malicious gossip.”
The school’s doctor's speech in his white coat was given at the school entrance ceremony.
School Entrance Ceremony at Yumoto Daini Middle School Iwaki City, Fukushima, Japan.

Fukushima school doctor informs children and their parents that 'The radiation problem is already finished.'

In Tokyo on April 6 2011 a group of freelance journalists including Uesugi Takashi held a media session with dozens of DPJ lawmakers, including former Prime Minister Hatoyama Yukio, to question the performance of the media in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.

Freelance journalists and foreign media are pursuing the facts, even going into the radiation exclusion zone.

Mainstream journalists record and report company statements reiterating that the situation is basically under control and there is nothing to worry about.

The Japan government continues to prevent freelance journalists and overseas media from gaining access to official press conferences at the prime minister’s house and government.

Photo: japanfocus.org
School Entrance Ceremony at Yumoto Daini Middle School Iwaki City Fukushima
Honma Hiroshi aged 56 comments in Iwaki:
“I’m surprised that local people are so calm.
Even within the 30 km radiation exclusion zone locals don’t even wear special anti-radiation clothes.”
US made “Geiger counter”
Ikarashi Yoshitaka aged 33 is one who is particularly keen on restoring his business and the local economy, a goal that leads him to downplay warnings of radiation risk.
“It is just an emotional thesis that ours is ‘a city in danger!’”
Together with dozens of volunteers from across Japan, Ikarashi has visited many areas throughout the radiation exclusion zone.
He confidently asserts that his $600 made in U.S. “Geiger counter” has detected no abnormal amount of radiation.
Ikarashi is troubled by the fact that the milk business he manages suffered a 90% drop in sales as a result of radiation fears and that some farmers have been forced to throw away their milk.
“Correctly revealed to the nation”
Hatoyama Yukio and Uesugi Takashi question TEPCO and Japan government policy on radiation, the earthquake and tsunami.

In Tokyo on April 6 2011 a group of freelance journalists including Uesugi Takashi held a media session with dozens of DPJ lawmakers, including former Prime Minister Hatoyama Yukio, to question the performance of the media in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.

Freelance journalists and foreign media are pursuing the facts, even going into the radiation exclusion zone.

Mainstream journalists record and report company statements reiterating that the situation is basically under control and there is nothing to worry about.

The Japan government continues to prevent freelance journalists and overseas media from gaining access to official press conferences at the prime minister’s house and government.

Photo: japanfocus.org
Hatoyama Yukio at right Uesugi Takashi at center
In Tokyo, on April 6, a group of freelance journalists including Uesugi Takashi held a media session with dozens of DPJ lawmakers, including former Prime Minister Hatoyama Yukio, to question the performance of the media in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.
Kawauchi Hiroshi, a DPJ member of the House of Representative, stated that:
“Information about radiation diffusion should be correctly revealed to the nation.
However, so far only once was this done.”
Kawauchi Hiroshi explained the frustration of local officials.
“The information from TEPCO (Tokyo Electronic Power Company) should be precisely conveyed.
The mayor of Iidate village, in the 30km zone, told me:
'There is no information and I do not know what to do.'”
Minamisanriku moment of silence to pay respect for the dead and missing

In Tokyo on April 6 2011 a group of freelance journalists including Uesugi Takashi held a media session with dozens of DPJ lawmakers, including former Prime Minister Hatoyama Yukio, to question the performance of the media in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.

Freelance journalists and foreign media are pursuing the facts, even going into the radiation exclusion zone.

Mainstream journalists record and report company statements reiterating that the situation is basically under control and there is nothing to worry about.

The Japan government continues to prevent freelance journalists and overseas media from gaining access to official press conferences at the prime minister’s house and government.

Photo: JEX
Minamisanriku moment of silence to pay respect for the dead
Pursuing facts
Uesugi Takashi explains the core of the problem behind misinformation and rumors:
“Freelance journalists and foreign media are pursuing the facts, even going into the radiation exclusion zone.
However, surprisingly, the Japan government continues to prevent freelance journalists and overseas media from gaining access to official press conferences at the prime minister’s house and government.
Since the March 11th earthquake and tsunami, the government has excluded all internet media and all foreign media from official press conferences on the 'Emergency Situation.'
Access has been limited in two ways.
While Chief Cabinet Secretary Edano Yukio holds twice daily press conferences for representatives of the big Japanese media, registered representatives of freelance and internet media are limited to a single press conference per week.
In contrast to Japanese media who are briefed regularly by Edano and periodically by Prime Miniser Kan, foreign media are briefed exclusively by administrative staff.
At TEPCO press conferences, which are now being held at company headquarters, foreign correspondents and Japanese freelancers regularly ask probing questions.
Mainstream journalists simply record and report company statements reiterating that the situation is basically under control and there is nothing to worry about.”
Minami Soma City Japan after earthquake and tsunami March 11, 2011.

In Tokyo on April 6 2011 a group of freelance journalists including Uesugi Takashi held a media session with dozens of DPJ lawmakers, including former Prime Minister Hatoyama Yukio, to question the performance of the media in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.

Freelance journalists and foreign media are pursuing the facts, even going into the radiation exclusion zone.

Mainstream journalists record and report company statements reiterating that the situation is basically under control and there is nothing to worry about.

The Japan government continues to prevent freelance journalists and overseas media from gaining access to official press conferences at the prime minister’s house and government.

Photo: japanfocus.org
Minami Soma City Japan after earthquake and tsunami March 11, 2011
Japan is winning the war against America
One reason for this, Uesugi suggests, is that TEPCO, a giant media sponsor, has an annual 20 billion yen advertising budget:
“The media keeps defending the information from TEPCO!
The Japanese media today is no different from the wartime propaganda media that kept repeating to the very end that ‘Japan is winning the war against America.’”
After the reactor blew up on March 14, there was concern by many about the leakage of plutonium but not until two weeks later, when Uesugi asked, had a single media representative raised the question of plutonium at any of TEPCO’s press conferences.
On March 26, in response to Uesugi’s query, TEPCO stated:
“We do not measure the level of plutonium and do not even have a detector to scale it.”
The next day, Chief Cabinet Secretary Edano announced that “plutonium was detected”.
When TEPCO finally released data on radioactive plutonium on March 28, it stated that plutonium -238, -239, and -240 were found in the ground, but insisted that it posed no human risk.
Since TEPCO provided no clarification of the meaning of the plutonium radiation findings, the mainstream press merely reported the presence of the radiation without assessment
Nippon Television on March 29 headlined its interview with Tokyo University Professor Nakagawa Keiichi, a radiation specialist:
“Plutonium from the power plant — no effect on neighbors.”
Cs-137 in Milk Activity,  Cesium 137 in milk, Berkeley California April 2011

In Tokyo on April 6 2011 a group of freelance journalists including Uesugi Takashi held a media session with dozens of DPJ lawmakers, including former Prime Minister Hatoyama Yukio, to question the performance of the media in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.

Freelance journalists and foreign media are pursuing the facts, even going into the radiation exclusion zone.

Mainstream journalists record and report company statements reiterating that the situation is basically under control and there is nothing to worry about.

The Japan government continues to prevent freelance journalists and overseas media from gaining access to official press conferences at the prime minister’s house and government.

Graph: nuc.berkeley.edu
Cs-137 in milk Berkeley California
Radioactive iodine has a life of 80+ days — almost three months.
Cesium 137 has a half life of 30.17 years
Plutonium-238 has a half life of 87.7 years
Plutonium-240 has a half life of 6,563 years
Plutonium-239 has a half life of 24,000 years
Plutonium-244 has a half-life of 80 million years
Plutonium-238 sphere under its own light.

Plutonium pellet used for radioisotope thermoelectric generators. They are made of PuO2

In Tokyo on April 6 2011 a group of freelance journalists including Uesugi Takashi held a media session with dozens of DPJ lawmakers, including former Prime Minister Hatoyama Yukio, to question the performance of the media in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.

Freelance journalists and foreign media are pursuing the facts, even going into the radiation exclusion zone.

Mainstream journalists record and report company statements reiterating that the situation is basically under control and there is nothing to worry about.

The Japan government continues to prevent freelance journalists and overseas media from gaining access to official press conferences at the prime minister’s house and government.

Photo: Wikipedia
Plutonium-238 sphere under its own light
Fired for criticism
On March 15, Uesugi Takashi criticized TEPCO for its closed attitude toward information on a TBS radio program.
For this, he was immediately dismissed from his regular program.
The scandal involving TEPCO’s silencing of the media took an interesting turn two weeks later.
At the time of the disaster on March 11, TEPCO Chairman Katsumata Tsunehisa was hosting dozens of mainstream media executives on a 'study session' in China.
When asked about this fact by freelance journalist Tanaka Ryusaku at a TEPCO press conference on March 30, Katsumata defended the practice:
Media freeloading
“It is a fact that we traveled together to China.
TEPCO did not pay all the expenses of the trip, we paid more than they did.
Certainly they are executives of the mass media, but they are all members of the study session.”
When Tanaka requested the names of the media executives hosted by TEPCO in China, Katsumata retorted:
“I cannot reveal their names since this is private information.”
But it is precisely such collusive relations between mainstream media, the government and TEPCO, that results in the censorship of information concerning nuclear problems.
Government censorship
Now the Japanese government has moved to crack down on independent reportage and criticism of the government’s policies in the wake of the disaster by deciding what citizens may or may not talk about in public.
A new project team has been created by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication, the National Police Agency, and METI to combat 'rumors' deemed harmful to Japanese security in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.
The government charges that the damage caused by earthquakes and by the nuclear accident are being magnified by irresponsible rumors, and the government must take action for the sake of the public good.
The project team has begun to send 'letters of request' to such organizations as telephone companies, internet providers, cable television stations, and others, demanding that they:
“Take adequate measures based on the guidelines in response to illegal information.”
The measures include erasing any information from internet sites that the authorities deem harmful to public order and morality.
Taken from an article by Makiko Segawa a staff writer at the Shingetsu News Agency.
Unit 3 Fukushima Daiichi plant after hydrogen explosion after Japan earthquake and tsunami, March 2011.

March 24 2011 aerial photo taken by a small unmanned drone and released by AIR PHOTO SERVICE shows damaged Unit 3 Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okumamachi, Fukushima Prefecture, northeastern Japan.

In Tokyo on April 6 2011 a group of freelance journalists including Uesugi Takashi held a media session with dozens of DPJ lawmakers, including former Prime Minister Hatoyama Yukio, to question the performance of the media in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.

Freelance journalists and foreign media are pursuing the facts, even going into the radiation exclusion zone.

Mainstream journalists record and report company statements reiterating that the situation is basically under control and there is nothing to worry about.

The Japan government continues to prevent freelance journalists and overseas media from gaining access to official press conferences at the prime minister’s house and government.

Photo: Air Photo Service Co. Ltd., Japan
Erasing information authorities deem harmful to public order
Unit 3 Fukushima Daiichi plant after hydrogen explosion
Japan 9.0 Earthquake Tsunami
Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant destruction
March 11 2011 — April 15 2011
      MASSIVE NUCLEAR STORAGE DUMP       
The mayor of Tsuruga City home of the trouble-plagued Monju plutonium-breeder reactor in Fukui Prefecture isn't buying Tokyo's weak explanation about the Fukushima 1 blast
Fukushima No.2 plant, further south, is ringed by a wall of silence as a quiet evacuation is being conducted
A specialist medical team from the Japan National Radiology Health Institute found radiation illness in 3 residents out of a sample group of 90.
Overnight that number of civilian-nuclear 'hibakusha' shot up to 19, but in other counts to 160
       MOX — plutonium and uranium      
       It is also the children of humans — and the babies — the smallest and most vulnerable of the human species      
       'Sorry! Sorry!' the son cries, wishing he could have saved his mother      
     Daughter holds hand of dead mother      
     buried in rubble where home used to be      
Japan Abenomics
Japanese worker, a plight which arrived in the US some five years ago.
When it comes to the consequences of Japan's QE, now in its third year, the head of the BOJ has been very clear.
At least that's the propaganda.
Now, here is Japan's 'full employment' truth.
Soaring part-time jobs consisting of 'senior citizens and housewives.'
Japan real and nominal wage growth decline 1992 to 2015.
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