Austrian forecast map shows possible radioactivity EAST of Los Angeles by March 18 (ANIMATION & PHOTO)

Published: March 15th, 2011 at 12:36 pm ET
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Possible spread of radioactivity, Austria’s Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG),  March 15, 2011:

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ZAMG now supports the emergency activities of the IAEA [International Atomic Energy Agency]. …

On behalf of the WMO ZAMG has supported today the “Incident and Emergency Centre of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna with detailed simulations for the propagation of radiation in Japan and with meteorological expertise.

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Spread of the cloud of Fukushima; Caesium-137 permanent (global) -- Click to enlarge

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Published: March 15th, 2011 at 12:36 pm ET
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1 comment to Austrian forecast map shows possible radioactivity EAST of Los Angeles by March 18 (ANIMATION & PHOTO)

  • Afu

    Current status, as of 2011-03-15:

    Reactor1: Primary containment leaking, Secondary containment destroyed, unknown melt-down status
    Reactor2: Primary containment cracked open, Secondary containment not destroyed, partial melt-down
    Reactor3: Primary containment leaking, Secondary containment destroyed, partial melt-down

    Reactor4, 5, 6: Reactors in cold inactivity (so far) but Reactor4′s used fuel pond is lying dry and burning, containment destroyed in two places, freely releasing radioactive fall-out in the air.

    Radioactivity officially reported at 400 mS/hour within the site, that is to say one to ten million times about natural levels. At that level live expentancy for human beings is a few days. Natural level is 1 to 2 mS/year.

    Overall situation creeping up nuclear risk scale: now at 6 (France’s own independent rating). Japan’s 4 obviously in disconnect with reality. Possibly slowly escalating beyond Chernobyl’s situation (rated 7). Situation clearly worsening from day to day, on-the-spot team on the brink of being lethally irradiated without being able to provide improvement in current escalation.

    Fall-out on USA’s Western coast within a week’s time:
    http://www.aeronomie.be/fr/actualite/presse.htm
    Unknown residual radioactivity potential. Fall-out increase probable as source is out of control.

    Potential death toll:
    Fukushima district erased: above 500 000 trapped people about to undergo unsustainable radioactive contamination.

    May go beyond ten times Chernobyl’s 100 000 immediate casualties.


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