6.46 microsieverts per hour detected in outskirts of Tokyo just a few meters away from children on playground (VIDEO)

Published: June 21st, 2011 at 9:03 am ET
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Playground Radiation in Kashiwa Japan June 20, 2011, asuperdry, June 20, 2011:

I’m here at a local playground in Kashiwa Japan just taking some geiger counter readings. Yes that is 6.46µSv/h right there on the play ground! The kids just keep on playing, its actually very sad if you think about it. Many of us here have been desperately trying to raise awareness. However, the government is still trying to keep this out of the news.

h/t anonymous tip

Published: June 21st, 2011 at 9:03 am ET
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76 comments to 6.46 microsieverts per hour detected in outskirts of Tokyo just a few meters away from children on playground (VIDEO)

  • maaa

    Where is the enemy? So sad


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  • maaa

    Soon we’ll be seen teenage mutant ninja turtles.


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  • Whoopie Whoopie

    Village Office Iitate Iitate village (40km NW)
    5.32 μSv / h ( about 76.0 times )
    http://atmc.jp/fukushima_town/


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    • Whoopie Whoopie

      Noticed date on last post:
      Date Survey *: 24 Mar 2011 Thu 14 Apr – 2011 day (Thursday)
      * This page last updated: 11/04/24 08:10


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    • Delo

      That is measured at least 1m above the ground like all official readings. I don’t want to imagine the number they will get putting the measuring device directly on the ground.


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  • 8 radiation sickness signs (Slideshow)

    Due to nuclear assaults on the environment and life on it, humans are increasingly susceptible to irradiation poisoning them. Little information is being broadcasted about radiation sickness and its eight main signs. People who have been radiated often, therefore, attribute their new conditions to other than the actual cause, radiation.
    The eight most common signs of radiation…
    http://www.examiner.com/human-rights-in-national/eight-horrid-radiation-sickness-signs


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  • Dr. Mark Sircus bearer of tragic radiation news

    No way to avoid tiny hot particles

    Should US West Coast residents be worried?

    Prestigious doctor: US nuclear ‘Baby valley of death,’ Millions to die (video)
    June 20, 2011.
    Continue reading on Examiner.com Prestigious doctor: US nuclear ‘Baby valley of death,’ Millions to die (video) –
    http://www.examiner.com/human-rights-in-national/prestigious-doctor-japan-us-nuclear-valley-of-death


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    • Whoopie Whoopie

      THANKS AGAIN. I’M WORRIED…TO DEATH.


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      • pg

        Don’t worry, STUDY. Learn where radiation hangs out. Learn how to counter it. We know where germs hang out, radiation has its fav. places too.

        Shallow root plants – will have radiation IN the fruits and plants where long root (like trees which produce apples and peaches will have the radiation mostly on the outside of the fruit which can be washed off.

        Rain gutters.
        Window sills.
        Bird baths.
        Kiddy pools.
        Swampy areas
        Run off areas.
        Air filters
        Air ducts on automobiles (all cars should have their air vents set to ‘recirculate’.
        etc. etc. etc

        Cover your car with a car cover when heavy rains are coming and you are home.

        Shut the windows in your home when you mow the lawn. Mow the lawn when its WET. If it didn’t rain lately, water the lawn down. Water it down before and after. Wear a mask and goggles when mowing the lawn.

        Place a clamp-on shower outside your house so you can rinse off before you come in for the day. You dont want a radioactive laundry pile.

        Keep everything clean! Window sills, clothing, kiddy pools, dogs, etc.

        Rain gutters keep them clean too (put a little fence around your rain gutter drainage area and place crushed stone in there. Sometimes pets drink from that area. Don’t want them licking the kids afterward.

        Cars – keep them clean – inside the doors, inside the trunk, underside. If your driving down the road and get caught in a rain storm, clean out your air vent intake area with some fresh water when you get home. RECIRCULATE the air. I keep a gallon of water mixed with a few teaspoons of pinesol in my trunk. I also keep the car cover in the trunk (so far it doesn’t tic up). After/if does, I may buy one more. One to leave home, one for the trunk. The air intake is the grill looking thing under the windshield. The collect dirt way deep inside.

        Cesium likes to cling to rust. Remember that.

        If you have city water, spend the money and get a real good home water filter. That way showers, hoses, sinks ALL get filtered! If you can afford a well, I would do it. Lessens the chance of rads. Filter that too.

        Think! This is why people who work on nuclear plants their whole life never get sick. They learned where radiation hangs out.


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    • He seems remarkably lacking in information when it comes to health measures:

      http://www.youtube.com/IMVAPublications#p/u/3/1gFz-nRlnLQ

      Hydrations, sea-salt, Vitamin C?

      Nothing else?

      I think that Doctor better take a little trip to enenews-land and finish his research.

      His comments on hot particles and babies sounds about right though.


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    • FML

      Yea because we all know the examiner is a reliable news source.


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  • Whoopie Whoopie

    Hey Moon. I was wondering your thoughts on KAN. Do you think he should RESIGN or stay? I heard through the grapevine it’s Nuclear Interests calling for his resignation. What’s your thoughts?


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    • Whoopie Whoopie

      ALSO forgot to give you the OTHER THREAD AT HP – NO MODERATION THERE. It’s this thread that JAPAN REGULARS are saving to disk, so we have a record – and we’ve also sent it to our REP’S IN CONGRESS. You might want to post there too. Dont forget, at HP you can’t post the same comment twice.
      HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE.
      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/06/06/japan-earthquake-2011-government-radiaton-estimate-doubles-_n_871887.html


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    • moonkai

      1. That’s a tough one! I personally think he should stay! How incredibly bad the situation was handled by the govt, I stil doubt Kan had all the right cards at hand. But he can only blame himself for it. He is just a puppet … he had an incredible opportunity (sorta speak) to come out and be a hero ! (a la Giuliani with 9/11). Instead he took a passive stand and should have been more aggressive. I think TEPCO ruled Kan from the beginning and that all the actions taken were supervised by TEPCO and the rest of the Nuclear Mafia.

      2. Everyone loves Japan, their culture, their Samurai spirit, their work ethics, their compassion for others … blablablabla! Anyone that lived in Japan knows very well this is complete horsepoop and that they are in reality born backstabbers in business and totally corrupt. There has been 6 PMs in 5 yrs. They are all from the same party anyway … the party of bureaucrats led by incompetent dinosaurs and ruthless mafia!
      To answer your question; I had hope for Kan … but he sold his soul to the devil way to early ! No balls ! Next ? Great …another dinosaur!!
      At this point in time, I d say bring back Koizumi!!! Cause there sure is no one else that fits the description at the moment !


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  • SIGN THE PETITION

    That’s 56.6 mSv/year compared to the safe limit of 1 mSv/year.
    —————————–
    http://fukushima.greenaction-japan.com/archives/41

    THE FACTS

    On April 19, Japan’s central government informed Fukushima’s school authorities that children could be exposed to 20 times the radiation previously deemed safe for children — exposing them ANNUALLY to levels almost four times higher than the legally-recognized level for causing leukemia in workers.

    There is no scientific justification for this change. In meetings with the government, no bureaucrat would admit responsibility for raising the radiation exposure level for children. None could explain what the new limit was based upon. Nobody would correct the problem. Disarray in Japan’s bureaucracy cannot be allowed to put an entire generation in danger.

    WHAT NEEDS TO HAPPEN

    Children are more vulnerable to radiation than adults. Leading independent nuclear monitors in Japan demand that radiation limits for children be rolled back from what is suspected to be an “expedient” level advised by the nuclear industry (20 mSv per year) to the level previously established as safe for children (1 mSv per year).


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  • Anthony Anthony

    N-bldg cover to be built, unbuilt, rebuilt

    The Yomiuri Shimbun

    Work proceeds at Onahama Port in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, on Monday morning to assemble parts of a giant cover for the No. 1 reactor building of Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.

    IWAKI, Fukushima–Work to assemble parts of a giant cover for the No. 1 nuclear reactor building at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant is proceeding at a fever pitch at Onahama Port in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture.

    The giant cover is designed to prevent most radioactive substances from dispersing into the atmosphere from the No. 1 reactor, which was damaged by a hydrogen explosion on March 12.

    It will enclose an area of 42 meters by 47 meters and will stand 54 meters high.

    http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/national/T110620004790.htm


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  • Anthony Anthony

    ‘Worst case scenario’: How Britain prepared for Fukushima fall-out with iodine pills and radiation tests

    Government braced itself for almost double the radiation released by Chernobyl

    By Daily Mail Reporter

    Last updated at 3:45 PM on 21st June 2011

    New details have emerged of how seriously the British government was bracing itself for a full scale nuclear crisis in the wake of Japan’s Fukushima disaster.

    Documents show how advisers rushed to work out how bad the crisis might get, and the plans drawn up for ‘the worst case scenario’ to protect British citizens – including the British Embassy in Tokyo issuing iodine pills to expats and visitors in the capital and Sendai, 70 miles from Fukushima.

    The government’s emergency committee Cobra were also on standby to screen passengers landing at Heathrow from Japan for radioactive contamination, it has been revealed.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2006056/Worst-case-scenario-How-Britain-prepared-Fukushima-fall-iodine-pills-radiation-tests.html#ixzz1PvPzG79g


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  • Anthony Anthony

    Japan parents launch nuclear ‘emergency petition’

    By Yuka Ito (AFP) – 7 hours ago

    TOKYO — Japanese parents living near the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant issued an “emergency petition” on Tuesday, demanding the government do more to protect their children from radiation exposure.

    A coalition of six citizens’ and environmental groups called for the evacuation of children and pregnant women from radiation hotspots, stricter monitoring and the early closure of schools for summer holidays.

    They voiced concern that authorities had focused on testing for radiation in the environment and not on people’s internal exposure through inhaling or ingesting radioactive isotopes through dust, food and drinks.

    “Since atmospheric radiation levels show no sign of abating, the inhabitants of heavily contaminated areas will continue to endure high radiation doses, both externally and internally,” they said in the petition.

    “To minimise such exposure, residents should be evacuated promptly to areas where radiation is less severe. Top priority must be given to infants, children and expectant mothers — all highly susceptible to radiation effects.”

    Japan has struggled to bring the Fukushima plant under control since it was hit by a tsunami that knocked out cooling systems, leading to three reactor meltdowns, explosions and radiation leaks into the air, soil and sea.

    http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5iIckwpwguHFqElXUNiwd96It8xGQ?docId=CNG.963a0e763934a3c0cbab82fe6f730a60.771


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  • Anthony Anthony

    No ‘business as usual’ as IAEA meets on nuclear safety

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThB9yg8wCSY


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  • Anthony Anthony

    Nuclear safety should not be politicized: Iran’s atomic chief
    Tehran Times Political Desk
    June 21, 2011

    TEHRAN – Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Director Fereydoun Abbasi has said nuclear safety issues should not be politicized.

    Nuclear safety has direct relationship with the health and strength of human generations so there is no place for politics when it comes to human health, Abbasi said during an address to the Nuclear Safety conference in Vienna on Monday.

    Elsewhere in his remarks, he said there should be no restrictions on exchanging nuclear safety information or having access to relevant equipment.

    Abbasi also called on the International Atomic Energy Agency to “establish or adopt safety standards for protecting (people’s) health and minimizing (possible) danger.”

    He deplored the fact that the IAEA shows green light to unlawful resolutions adopted against Iran by the UN Security Council.

    Iran has always stated that the Security Council resolutions are illegal and unjust according to undisputable rules of international law such as the Statute of the IAEA and the Safeguard Agreement, he noted.

    On the Bushehr power plant, Abbasi said Iran prioritizes safety measures before making the plant operational.
    http://www.tehrantimes.com/index_View.asp?code=242793


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  • Anthony Anthony

    UK government’s Fukushima crisis plan based on bigger leak than Chernobyl

    Exclusive: As Japan’s nuclear emergency unfolded, scientists devised a worst case scenario involving issuing iodine pills to Britons
    Monday 20 June 2011 20.38 BST

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2011/jun/20/japan-earthquake-and-tsunami-japan


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    • Anthony Anthony

      The documents reveal how the British government scrambled to build up a clear picture of the crisis and the danger it posed in the days and weeks after the earthquake struck.

      In the first week, advisers wrestled with conflicting information on the amount of spent fuel at the Fukushima site, but settled on a figure of 4,500 fuel rods in six ponds, or enough to power eight reactor cores. A separate fuel pond, known as the common pool, was “full to the gunnels,” one unnamed adviser wrote.

      A fear raised in one document was that spent fuel rods might overheat, melt and slump to the bottom of their storage pools where enough could gather to “go critical”, that is, restart nuclear reactions. The likely result of that, the paper states, would be releases of fresh radioactive material, “which could continue for some time”.


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      • Anthony Anthony

        This is from the article too – it is a HUGE article you should check it out. The Twilight Zone factor is lifting for me.


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        • Anthony Anthony

          ***In further statements, government advisers admitted insufficient expertise to work out how high an explosion might blast radioactive material, but warned that an explosion at one reactor or fuel pond could trigger a domino effect as other reactors and the spent fuel ponds became too dangerous to deal with. The “reasonable worst case scenario” envisaged ruptures at all three reactors in operation before the earthquake, and radiation leaks from six spent fuel ponds at the Fukushima site.

          The Nuclear Installations Inspectorate estimated this would release 10% of the radioactive caesium-137 and iodine-131 in the cores and one third of the caesium-137 in the spent fuel ponds. Under that scenario, wind currents carried the plume directly towards Tokyo at a speed of five metres per second. Had the event happened, it could have released the equivalent of 9.92 million terabecquerels of radiation from iodine-131 into the open air, nearly double the 5.2 million terabecquerels released by the fire at the Chernobyl nuclear reactor in Ukraine in 1986.***


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          • Anthony Anthony

            ***Report lists safety flaws

            Protection added to Japan’s nuclear plants after a 2002 review of tsunami risks fatally underestimated the hazards that emerged in the Fukushima disaster, the first independent assessment of the has found.

            A report published on Monday by the International Atomic Energy Agency also found that:

            • Regulators had failed to review or approve the improved defences.

            • Accident plans could not cope with multiple plant failures.

            • Sites have no seismically robust buildings to shelter emergency teams.

            • Instruments essential to monitoring reactors were not sufficiently “hardened” against accidents

            • The risks of hydrogen explosions was underestimated.

            • There were “dedicated and devoted” workers available but in the crisis “complicated structures and organisations” resulted “in delays in urgent decision making”.

            Launching a four-day ministerial summit on nuclear safety in Vienna, the IAEA’s head, Yukiya Amano, urged a worldwide review of measures to prevent future disasters.

            But he added: “Even the best safety standards are useless unless they are actually implemented.” ***


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  • arclight arclight

    oh and qoute of the day….
    “Regretfully, I believe it is an illusory answer to the problem of rising greenhouse gas emissions and climate change.”
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/damian-carrington-blog/2011/jun/20/nuclearpower-nuclear-waste
    cracking article…


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  • arclight arclight

    this is the disaster timeline according to tepco…its a really long blog/timeline…interesting to read with a bit of hindsight…for the historians maybe?
    http://ansnuclearcafe.org/fukushima/
    twas a painful read though!! by the opening statement a running commentary was not on the cards…


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  • Japan brings back midday siesta

    I’ve always thought there is certain beauty in doing absolutely nothing. Well, now it’s a matter of survival. (Actually, I think there are studies that prove taking a nap around midday may increase overall productivity):

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/japan/8581246/Japanese-ordered-to-take-siestas-to-save-power.html


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  • Anthony Anthony

    Beginning of the end for nuclear power in Japan?

    Problems in stabilizing the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant have hardened attitudes: More than 80 percent of Japanese now say they are antinuclear and distrust government information on radiation.

    http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Asia-Pacific/2011/0620/Beginning-of-the-end-for-nuclear-power-in-Japan


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  • Isn’t the regular safe level 0.114 µSv/hour?

    [Corresponds to 1 mSv/year].


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    • FML

      Actually, the total average yearly radiation dose in the US is 6.2 mSv/year.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seivert#Yearly_dose_examples


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      • Quoting 6.2 mSv/year in relation to a discussion of “background” radiation is misleading, as the 6.2 mSv/year US average is from all sources (including x-rays, airplane flights, and whatever else). The estimate for US “background” radiation is generally between 3.0-3.6 mSv/year.

        “U.S. estimates of background radiation dose were 0.1 rem (1 mSv) per person per year before 1945 … and 0.36 rem [3.6 mSv] per person per year in 1988 (U.S. National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement Report 92, 1987).” (http://ratical.org/radiation/inetSeries/wwc1.txt)

        Due to 1988 being so close to the Chernobyl explosion/meltdown, that figure of 3.6 mSv/year is likely on the high side. The US “background” rad-dose is these days commonly stated as 3.0-3.2 mSv/year, which is still higher than the global average of 2.4-2.5 mSv/year (100+ nuke plants).

        Also, pre-1945 the “background” radiation was 1 mSv/year average, yet in the USA it is now 3+ mSv/year average. We can very easily calculate the additional death toll in the US population from the “nuclear experiment” using the “collective dose” model (developed by the IAEA themselves).

        * USA average “background” radiation has increased by 2+ mSv/year since 1945.

        * 307+ million people live in the USA (2009).

        * 2 mSv/year in 307 million people is 614,000 sieverts “collective dose”.

        * A lethal dose is generally stated as 6 sieverts.

        * 614,000 / 6 = 102,333 deaths per year in the USA.

        So, at least 100,000 deaths per year in the USA alone can be attributed directly to the “nuclear experiment”. The “collective dose” model makes similar calculations for any population on Earth very simple and given that this model was originally developed by the IAEA based on extensive research (though they stopped using it due to the evidence being too damning for the nuke mafia), we can be assured it is the most accurate REAL model for predicting the number of radiation-related deaths.


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    • @PU239: That 1 mSv/year amount is the international “consensus” on “acceptable” (as we all know no radiation is “safe”) annual radiation exposure for a member of the public from industrial sources.

      So, that 1 mSv/year “acceptable” amount is in addition to the 2.4-2.5 mSv/year global “background” radiation average (or 3.0-3.2 mSv/year in the USA).


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  • BetaFlare

    Couple of months ago there was a “electrical fire” in the huge Seven (7) reactor Kashiwakazi -plant. Since then, partial meltdown has been a real possibility. It has been bubbling and “closed down” after the quake.

    Check out this xplosively radiatin pic I just found from the oh so clean papal science goddess secret archives – “fukutest plans” back in 2003 … I come to believe somthing similarly fishy testing is also going under Fukushima Daichii: http://preparator.files.wordpress.com/2011/05/k-ashiw-k-ariwa-test-s.jpg?w=700&h=519

    Next step for J-Parc is to shoot neutrons into South Koreas existing facility…

    See whole blog http://wp.me/pwIAV-19 (repost)


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  • Reactor Concepts Manual Radioactive Waste Management

    Lots of tech inf. and pictures of …

    10 CFR Part 20 Dose Standards
    2 millirems in any one hour from external sources in an
    unrestricted area
    100 millirems in a calendar year
    (sum of external and internal radiation)
    in a controlled or unrestricted area
    10 CFR Part 50 Design Objectives
    Liquids
    3 millirems/year to the whole body
    10 millirems/year to any organ
    Gases
    5 millirems/year to the whole body
    15 millirems/year to the skin
    Solids and Iodine 15 millirems/year to any organ

    Chapter 9, 10 CFR Part 20 states that the licensee must control radioactive material such
    that no member of the public in an unrestricted area receives a dose of 2 millirems in any one hour from
    external sources or 100 millirems in a calendar year from external and internal sources in a controlled
    or unrestricted area. This control of radioactive material would also include the release of radioactive
    material to the environment, air, or water.
    In addition to the limits of 10 CFR Part 20, the NRC has issued numerical design objectives for each
    reactor unit for exposure from radioactive material releases into water and air. These design objectives
    are published in 10 CFR Part 50 and are considerably lower than the limits published in 10 CFR Part
    20.
    http://mitnse.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/waste_10.pdf


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  • BetaFlare

    Lucky you: here sm besserwissers have 100%poof the I do not have neither


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  • Stephengn

    The kid bouncing the ball is throwing up dust and getting dosed bad


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  • I’m afraid I’m getting a little suspicious of Leuren Moret.

    I think it is clear that we received about 5 hot particles each on the West Coast of N America—for the month of April, 2011. Since that time, I haven’t seen any measurements of hot particles. I’ve only seen the CTBTO data indicating a general drop in radiation levels worldwide.

    [Can I trust the CTBTO?]
    Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organisation

    Anyway, those hot particles were for the month of April. If we did catch some, they’re still inside us. But, I’m assuming decreasing radiation levels means decreasing number of hot particles?

    Not sure if my logic is right.

    “Of crucial importance to those of us living in the Pacific Northwest and Southwest of B.C., particularly along the coastal areas, is that we are inhaling up to 5 radioactive “hot particles” every day.

    A “hot particle” is generally a highly radioactive particle with a very long term half life that most often lodges in the lining of the lungs and causes constant local bombardment of one particular area of tissue which eventually will cause cancer in that area and faster in those with low immune systems. This means lung cancer to those victims. As well, cells passing near that particle through the bloodstream have their DNA damaged and over time this causes another threat to our health.

    Continue reading on Examiner.com A Global Extinction Event – Seattle exopolitics | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/exopolitics-in-seattle/a-global-extinction-event-by-leuren-moret-don-nordin-alfred-lambremont-webre#ixzz1PxaGfRYS


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  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    I kinda punk on Arnie Gundersen..because he is watering down the truth..but he has been more than most.
    The industry shills are trying very hard to discredit him.
    It’s best to know what they are saying.
    http://theenergycollective.com/rodadams/59725/arnie-gundersen-going-international


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    • Who listening to the industry shills ??


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    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

      He lives in Vermont, and wants to have the Vermont Yankee plant decommissioned. I think his judgment is correct. We’d all like to stay alive and have food to eat , water to drink, and air to breathe which won’t give us cancer or radiation poisoning.

      I, for one, understand what is going on much, much better for his videos. He is actually extremely conservative in his estimates.

      The industry shills are either extremely ignorant, sociopaths, or out and out liars to protect their income.


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    • BetaFlare

      Arnie the Deaf – stupid/ignorant/sent? Take care, accept only the Truth verifiable from multiple sources.

      I made this video, thus blew Arnie 100-0.
      - If he is so stupid that he turns sound off to make an analysis, do not ever listen to anything he represents…
      - If he is so ignorant …krhm
      - If he is a Je§uit, he can fool any of us for a long time. Sorry boys, they are the the cream of brains in humankind. Programmed to be pure evil selfisness in the humblest papal cloak ever invented.

      Arnies cover blows 4 times here:
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_83clarF6AY

      And the other annoying facts uncovering most of the myriad Cat Holic holocausts, here http://www.youtube.com/user/pakkaspyry and
      http://wp.me/pwIAV-19 (repost)

      Note: I am not blaming any of the common humble Mary-worshipping folks. Theses sorry folks are being used as nice cover. And when Jesus is the only way, mary or her icons cant/wont help ya: Hell is full of good and bad and saints, only holy will go to heaven. All this according the words of Yeshua Maschia in the BIBLE (Original name is not ‘jesus’). And it is your personal duty to make sure you are not deceived, belong to the holy crowd – only by Grace via Blood of Yeshua (not mary of any other icon).


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  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Unfortunately the masses are.
    Same situation as the BP oil spill.
    Inside industry blogs etc.
    Lots of money being spent….


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  • glenn

    Does anyone know what the light patches on the walls of the reactor buildings are?
    I had assumed they were patches of damage but thet can’t be that.
    This photo

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/japan/8585961/Two-million-Fukushima-residents-to-undergo-radiation-health-checks.html

    shows that the pattern splotches on one wall is mirror image of the other, so it can’t be damage.
    So what are the splotches? I’m stumped


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