Experts: Fukushima ‘globally enhanced’ cesium-137 levels in air by 2 to 3 orders of magnitude — Radioactive plume that reached Europe “contaminated the land, and as a consequence the whole food chain” — Concentrations greatly underestimated

Published: August 4th, 2014 at 3:44 pm ET


Environmental Science & Technology (American Chemical Society), Published Sept. 3, 2013: Size Distributions of Airborne Radionuclides from the Fukushima Nuclear Accident at Several Places in Europe […] Before the FDNPP accident, average 137Cs levels were typically of 1 μBq m−3 in Central Europe and lower average values (<0.3 μBq m−3) were characteristic of northern, western and southern Europe. […] During the passage of contaminated air masses from Fukushima, airborne 137Cs levels were globally enhanced by 2 to 3 orders of magnitude.

Collaboration Network on EuroArctic Environmental Radiation Protection and Research (pdf), March 12, 2014: Traces of Fukushima nuclear power plant accident observed in the EuroArctic region […] As it can be seen from the figure the computer model underestimates the 131I concentrations […] As seen from Fig. 4 [Comparison between observed 137Cs concentrations and results of EEMEP dispersion model (MET, unpublished study)], there is a good agreement between measured and calculated arrival times, but calculated concentrations are at least one order of magnitude too low compared to measurements. Thus, as in the case with modeling of 131I concentrations with Finnish SILAM, the model used in Norway also underestimated 137Cs concentrations.

Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, Volume 299, Issue 1, January 2014: Radionuclides from Fukushima accident in Thessaloniki, Greece and Milano, Italy […] After the Fukushima accident a number of dose assessments have been carried out for the populations living in the north-west fallout zone of the Fukushima nuclear accident, by MEXT in Japan, DOE/NNSA in USA, IRSN in France, with quite similar projected dose values. In the more affected regions the estimated projected doses reach particularly significant values, some of them even above 200 mSv, which are no longer in the range of “low doses” according to UNSCEAR 2000 definition. The level of external projected doses in upcoming years is up to 4 Sv lifetime in the high-contaminated areas of 30 MBq m-² of 137,134Cs. On the contrary, the radioactive plume that reached European countries has only small amounts of radioactive isotopes. However, these isotopes, that were observed at low-level in the air boundary layer, were deposited by wet and dry deposition and have contaminated the land, and as a consequence the whole food chain. So the radioisotopes of cesium and iodine were found above their detection limits in all environmental samples but very far below levels of concern.

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Published: August 4th, 2014 at 3:44 pm ET


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104 comments to Experts: Fukushima ‘globally enhanced’ cesium-137 levels in air by 2 to 3 orders of magnitude — Radioactive plume that reached Europe “contaminated the land, and as a consequence the whole food chain” — Concentrations greatly underestimated

  • bo bo

    Saw it written and I saw it say
    Pink moon is on its way
    And none of you stand so tall
    Pink moon gonna get ye all
    And it’s a pink moon…

    • lucius.cornelius

      Arrggh. Murder. A beautiful song murdered. What is with people doing covers that abuse the original?

      • bo bo

        Oh lucius, I am well aware of the 'untouchable' original – but I've been obssessed with this song ( as it relates to pink color of sky ( resulting from cesium fallout ) and have dug up every cover. Beck's version was just ok – I do like this one a lot. This kid is also only 19.. our future generation..

  • We Not They Finally

    How could the isotopes have "contaminated the whole food chain," yet "very far below levels of concern"? How pesky that logic keeps rearing its silly head….

  • Arizonan Arizonan

    We Not They, Yes, good point. I was wondering that as well. Notice they still don't give us an actual figure for how much caesium per square meter was detected.

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    WHOA! This is not just another thread about ' bamboozled biologists'. Truth slipped through the cracked slabs. A scientific journal deep in the poisoned liver of the nuke industry said: "In the more affected
    regions the estimated projected doses reach
    particularly significant values, some of them
    even above 200 mSv, which are no longer in
    the range of “low doses” according to
    UNSCEAR 2000 definition. The level of
    external projected doses in upcoming years
    is up to 4 Sv lifetime in the high-
    contaminated areas".
    These numbers sound huge! Newsers with more familiarity with all the units of radiation; give me a reality check, but this seem to be what I was saying about ongoing mutations in ash trees (Fraxinus ssp.).What the trees are saying. What my fatigued cats are saying when they won't go out in the rain anymore. (they used to).
    Me, I am seriously purrin'.

  • danger kitty danger kitty


    • We Not They Finally

      "Low doses" has always been a misnomer since such tiny "doses" can kill! It should be called CHRONIC doses anyway, and people told that it is CUMULATIVE.

      Say, your cats sound smarter than most humans!

  • We have not seen the full effects of Chernobyl. In 2015 there will be more Barium 137 in the already bad air. @041 will be when Fukushima begins to change from Cs137 to Ba137, this blizzard of microcrystalline materials in the air will and is causing mesothelioma like symptoms, and lung cancer. The nuketards may actually be hiding behind this asbestos cloak.

    Sunlight deprivation is bad for food production. Looks like were all soon to be eating pink slime in a square bucket, same slime Humans of the future will be born onto. Plastic bucket watermelons yummy.

    I find anything grown under less than full continuum spectrum sunlight to taste bad, and have basically no positive health effect.

    • 2016 and 2041* forgot to edit lol

    • athome athome

      Life in a bottle.
      This is no fiction I agree with your yummy way.
      But til we dont have this taste of metal in the mouth like Ronald Reagan military personnel injured say, there is still hope for some time left.

      • name999 name999

        unfortunately I have tasted the metal. It is pretty obvious. Like a wet dog metal taste.

      • danger kitty danger kitty

        athome: I had the taste of metal in my mouth for a year. Before I knew about Fuku. On the west coast. Atmospheric rain-out. So much for our infamous low quality troll's drivel about psychosomatic 'fear of radiation' causing terminal cancer. A sailor died last month. Did his mind kill him?

        • name999 name999

          danger kitty, and look, we are still purring! How optimistic is that?

        • He ate an unripe banana, more radioactive than usual. Has to be that.. no other reason. (sarc)

          The military industrial complex says it could not be radiation, as that is good for you. They watch Anne Coltier and believe every word she says.

        • monster

          I also remember tasting it, end of March/first of April 2011. Was working on a job that had me out in the rain and distinctly remember the metallic taste. That's proof enough for me it made it to the southeast US.

    • name999 name999

      how true Ontological. Looks like fruit, tastes like shit and might even make you sick.

      I hate this transformation of nature I have seen in my lifetime. As I study history I realize this is a
      common juncture throughout history. Many times in history people have felt that the human race
      would not and could not survive. The odds this time are hard to grasp. Or believe.

  • athome athome

    That is the reason I equiped myself yesterday with Food contamination monitor PM1406 Radiation Detector. An important investment that might help my family in the future, and make other know about what's in their plate.
    I dont know, it is maby paranoïd, but I dont thing so and I am on my way to participate on what is now starting, let say radiation network watch.
    We have to take this seriously in a sense that no one of the financial butcher that govern this world is going to care.

  • scottydog

    No authority is going to come out and point the finger at fukushima, not now not ever.
    Only way out for them is to create a bigger problem

    • name999 name999

      how true scottydog. All just to cover their stupid lying asses rather than do the right thing and STOP THE PRODUCTION OF NUCLEAR POWER. STOP THE USE OF NUCLEAR POWER. CLOSE THE PLANTS AND THEN FIGURE OUT WHAT TO DO IF ANYTHING THEN. BUT STOPPING IS THE FIRST THING. STOP.

      • scottydog

        To me the reason Russia are in the Ukraine is because of fuk.
        Now what if the Russians Chinese and co use the newly formed BRICS bank to fund the clean up of the IMFs nuk plants?

  • jec jec

    United States (agency)DOE/NNSA carried out 'dose assessments' of the population of the ..fallout area. As the article discuss Europe fallout, it is reasonable to think DOE/NNSA has tested North America USA and the comments are reflective of exposures in the Northern Hemisphere to the east of Japan, as well as the Arctic/European areas. "In the more affected REGIONS the estimated projected doses reach particularly significant values, some of them even above 200 mSv, which are no longer in the range of “low doses…” The article quotes a: 4 SIEVERT life time dose assessment"..chilling assessments!

    Where are the reports from DOE/NNSA? Hidden for US National Security?? Or only until they get everyone on Obamacare. Then government can say they are 'taking' care of any issues….??? Tell me I am wrong!

    • jec jec

      Have NO idea who or whom did the DOE/NNSA reasearch or where the information is.

    • name999 name999

      Jec, the focus on Obama or Obamacare is wrong. The rest is right.

    • name999 name999

      How about Edward Snowden? Do you think he is an expert? He sang. That is another validation.

      He could have easily been killed. Someone is looking out for him now. Some other president could quickly do otherwise. Another Reagan maybe?

      • name999 name999

        sang is the wrong word, he told the truth with huge consequences. But he is alive.

        • We Not They Finally

          He's a VERY smart guy, and grounded. Saw an interview and thought he was for real.

          • dunkilo

            Nothing would please the ticks in Washington more than to see Mr Snowden erased ….He is not my enemy …All truth must be shown !If the shoe fits ,shove it.
            Me Snowden ,if you see this ,feel free to expose the Nuclear cartell…anything would be welcome .

          • PurpleRain PurpleRain

            Agree. I am very proud of Snowden. I found him very credible too.

            • lucius.cornelius

              Hmmm. Apart from the fact that he quotes the official explanation for 9/11 as though it were true. This rather undermines his credibility in my eyes.
              Very little of what Snowden has revealed so far was unknown prior to his revelation. It just wasn't reported in the main stream media. Reality, as offered by "the Establishment", is heavily engineered.

              • melting mermaid melting mermaid

                Do you think he is part of the controlled opposition? If so I'm going to take my poster of him down. It sucks to be alive in a time when you can't trust anything. Not the news, your doctors, the government, anybody else's government, you can't trust any alphabet agencies, your bank, common core, the universities, the scientists, experts, the police,been long since anyone could trust a corporation or anyone selling anything and if you go to confession there's like a 2 percent chance your going to get buggered, can't trust the food you eat, it's probably genetically modified and it's against the law for you to know, and thanks to mind control and elf technologies you can't even trust yourself anymore! No wonder we are so fucked up, we are drowning in a toxic stew of lies and liars. It's a sad state of affairs. As soon as you're born you are fed a steady stream,a fountain, nay a tsunami of hot steamy bullshit and then we have experts ponder on why we are so fat, stupid and narcissistic. You are what you eat.

              • name999 name999

                lucious…sorry, your statements are not accurate.

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    I get excitable sometimes. In my post above I am not celebrating that we got dosed, certainly not. I was excited to see something closer to the truth than what we usually get from 'bamboozled Marine Biologists and 'spokesmouths.

  • jec jec

    Is 5500 Bq/m3 of Iodine 131(beta radiation I believe) in the air dangerous? This was the result obtained in Norway on April 1, 2011. I assume amount found in USA was likely higher as the date of this actual measurement was April 1, or approx 20 days AFTER the event of 3/11. Since I-131 has a 1/2 life of 8 days…the amounts found in the USA could have been higher by a factor of 2 or 3. So the following is a rough back of envelope computation of I-131 fallout in USA based on the reports data. Yes, I am definately a nit picker.

    • jec jec

      From the data, Iodine 131 fallout from Fukushima could have ranged from 22,000 Bq/33 in Japan, to at least 11,000 Bq/m3 in West Coast areas of N. America. The theory follows. First, the DIRECT distance, flying by plane from Japan to Norway via Japan to Seattle, Seattle to London, London to Norway is approximately 10,000 miles. This supposes a path going from West to East in the Latitude of approximately of say about 35N. This is only one possible distance as jet stream winds usually bend and weave around the globe, but looking at the historical weather pattern, it seems reasonable for a Spring weather pattern. Japan to Washington State is 4799 miles, Seattle to London 4780 miles and London to Norway is 819.8.The I-131 covered about 547 (10390/19) miles per day on its way to Norway to arrive by April 1 as 5500 Bq/M3. With Iodine-131 having a 1/2 life of 8 days, its easy to state that March 22, it would have been 11,000 Bq/m3 (5500X2), and 8 days prior to that time, March 13, approx 22,000 Bq/m3 (11,000X2)given a few days one way or another. The distances divide easily by approximately 500 miles traveled per day by the radiation. Next calculations are easy (4790/547 = 8 or 9 days, 1/2 life for the iodine). This suggests Seattle could greater or equal to 11,000 Bq/m3 fallout of Iodine 131 on March 19, with London having a value around 7000 Bq/m3 on March 28 as the plume passed. Back of envelope calculations, staggering data points, please correct me if you find errors!

      • maybesomeday

        Jec, you might find these archived jet stream maps useful for tracking the actual path of the plume(s) by date. I got the links a few months back from another poster. Sorry I can't give credit. I don't recall who it was, but thank you.

      • The US Geological Survey had this to say about Iodine-131:

        [excerpt]I-131 was quantified and adjusted for decay to the time of sample collection for five whole-water wet-deposition samples from California, Colorado, and Washington. The activities of the quantified I-131 ranged from 29.6 to 1,090 pCi/L, and calculated deposition values ranged from 211 to 5,100 Bq/m2.

        Several weeks transpired between sample collection and analysis of the I-131 in the water samples, which were prioritized for analysis from west (high priority) to east (low priority). Therefore, I-131 activities likely decayed in most of the samples before they could be measured. [end] (page 26)

        IMPORTANT: Note that the passage states that there measured I-131 levels were probably vastly undercounted since I-31 has an 8 day half-life.

        If the measured level 21 days after capture was 5,100 Bq/m2, what would the original figure have been??????

        I bet that with other radionuclides the levels of contamination at day one exceeded the IAEA's definition of contamination at 40,000 Bq/m2

        G. Wetherbee, et al., (2012) ‘Fission Products in National Atmospheric Deposition Program-West Deposition Samples Prior to and Following the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant Incident, March 8-April 5, 2011’, U. S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2011, 1277,

        CAN ANYONE DO THE MATH TO FIGURE OUT WHAT THE LEVEL WOULD HAVE BEEN ON collection day? There is a specific formula.

        • some of my words must have been deleted when I typed:

          If the measured level of I-131 21 days after capture was 5,100 Bq/m2, what would the original figure have been??????

    • Jebus Jebus

      jec. "Is 5500 Bq/m3 of Iodine 131(beta radiation I believe) in the air dangerous?"

      It's a dose…

      And bingo for the valid reverse extropolation on the becquerels seen over the west coast, although a large "puff" of it went over the pole…

      Being able to factor quantity so far out from the point source is absolutely a solid data point. Rain, weather, air currents all play their part for hot spots. It's what the planes and helicopters were surveying on the west coast after 3/11.

      So, is the west coast 50% of halfway back to the point source from Norway? Not a direct line, but the extropolation can be done by time and distance, with weather included.

      Everyone has seen the many computer plume models.

      The ballpark result I see is, we got dosed.

      The west coast of the United States of America, got dosed.

      The Pacific Ocean got dosed even more.

      Now add the chemical stew wash out from the Tsunami.

      Think about it.

      Plus day 1241 of 400 metric tons of contaminated water a day.

      Plus whatever has burned and been burned since…

      How much?

      How much was the initial radioactive cloud released upon this planet?

      How much hit the west coast of the USA?

      Twice as much as Norways 2 to 3 orders of magnitude more than all the computer models?

      We got dosed.

      And it's still going.


      • itsanuclearwar

        It rained in Northern California every day for 3 weeks as soon as the first plume reached California. We got hammered with high amounts of radiation. In 2010/2011 we were in a drought when the first plume hit, 3 weeks later, no more drought. Has been a drought in 2012, 2013, 2014…………………..until we get a wet year which will go to the other extreme and cause major flooding.

  • FALLOUT. Ongoing. 😯

    As of today it been… 3 YEARS, 4 Months, 24 days

    Daily emissions accumulating spreading continuously with time.

  • name999 name999

    Bo, how did the demonstrations in Japan do? What happened there.

  • razzz razzz

    'order of magnitude'

    "…For example, something that is 2 orders of magnitude larger is 100 times larger, something that is 3 orders of magnitude larger is 1000 times larger…"

    Finding fallout in Euroland is only noted because readings were above background levels but not considered harmful by world nuclear apologist organizations. They ignore any amount of radiation is bad for you unless you are puking your guts out after exposure to fallout.

  • Enenews Admin Rocks!

    Thank you for the careful and compellingly integrated research admin.

    If Cesium-137 levels were 1000X background in Europe, then I'd like to know what levels were like in the western 1/3 of North America.

    And the studies cited by Enenews don't look at what the CUMULATIVE levels are from over three years of ongoing atmospheric emissions, punctuated by massive emission events that no one wants to talk about.

    Denial isn't going to be so easy, is it?

    Its hard to know what to eat any more.

    • These studies contribute to growing evidence of TEPCO's lies about emissions.

      Findings can be used to support demands that Fukushima children be evacuated with their families to less-contaminated environments.

      To do otherwise would be GENOCIDE.

    • jec jec

      Majia, I tried to figure out fallout for one radioactive isotope, I-131. See above(its wordy..but you get the idea). You might be able to 'back envelope' for the other contamination the same way???

  • Jebus Jebus

    A bad day with nuclear power, lasts forever…

  • Note primary source citation:

    The original or primary source for the "orders of magnitude" comment is not the linked article. The linked article cites the "orders of magnitude" research.

    The orders of magnitude research was first published in this article:

    Masson, O. et al (2011) Tracking of Airborne Radionuclides from the Damaged Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Reactors by European Networks. Environ. Sci. Technol, 45 (18), 7670−7677.

    • Jebus Jebus

      I wonder if that changes the magnitude of Fukushima.

      We can be fairly certain that the modeling was conservative given the magnitude of the model result, to the modelers…

      Every order in magnitude more than the liberal computer models, means that every place before Europe from Japan is at least that order in magnitude more.

      The system knows exactly how much. I think there is enough data, to say that Fukushima, is orders in magnitude more of radionuclide environmental emissions, than Chernobyl.

      And the magnitude of Fukushima is ongoing…

      I wish someone would help me see something good out of this slow motion train wreck…

  • dunkilo

    My mind races of thoughts of sorrow ,anger,Vengence…but this anger will soon pass.
    Sorrow will always be with me.
    May peace and love be with you all….

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    You, and others, might find something of interest in my Aug. 4; 12: 45 p.m. post back on the "Millions of fish dead at OREGON coast".
    Might not, time will tell. About two thirds of the way to the bottom.

  • Sol Man

    In time someone will proclaim that, "We're all anchovies now!"
    And, with some reason, not that that would change anything.

  • Jebus Jebus

    I read this in a pdf somewhere…

    The British Broadcasting Company (BBC) has provided an illustrative boxing analogy to contrast what is intended by the three international radiation measures (BBC,2004). It depicts, for the public, the qualitative differences between Bq, Gy and Sv as:

    Bq: “ a measure of how many punches are thrown without regard to whether they are roundhouses, hooks, jabs, or even if they connect at all.”

    Gy: “a unit that measures whether the punch is a strong uppercut or just a little jab. However, the gray wouldn’t show the cumulative effect of something like 100 jabs to the exact same spot on the cheekbone versus one hard punch to the solar plexus”

    Sv: “useful in determining the likelihood that (the boxer) might suffer some long-term damage as a result of this pummeling.” “In short, a Sv is the most useful but complicated and subjective unit for measuring radiation effects on people.”

  • West Aussie West Aussie

    At the same time that the Northern Hemisphere is facing/enduring a environmental catastrophe, the rest of us who are concerned enough to investigate the present state of the planet are facing the prospect of being sent insane by the sheer demonic nature of the capitalist enterprise when run by a collective psychopathology. Born of compartmentalization. I'm just so sick of realizing these people just can't stand back and get a proper view of the wreckage they are making of our civilization. Not even for a moment can they do it! Too busy setting up for their next f#$king WAR!

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    How I Spent My Spring—-2011
    An Eyewitness Account
    Rainy days were gold for me. I cut, stacked and burned enough chaparral to keep the fire dragons of Fall at bay. So I'm running armloads of brush to the hot, hot coals; ducking into the smoke and the steam eruptions as the wet brush hit the coals and ignited immediately. I was effectively bio-accummulating the radiation of an acre or so. And there I was.
    Every rainy day. It rained a lot that Spring.
    I didn't hear Obamas' warning that everything was o.k. Nobody handed out iodide pills.
    Up Next: Results!

  • 52Rockwell

    I was riding my bicycle alot in Late March and April 2011. I was riding 8 miles in the morning,and 8 miles in the evening at least 3 days a week. Central Texas.

  • razzz razzz

    I read most of the links about the Euroland fallout recordings and come to the conclusion it is a jumbled mess of incoherent conclusions.

    Buried in the findings and facts and figures are exceptions or unknowns about how cesiums and iodines disperse or act in the atmosphere at different levels or having to rely on rain washout to actually get measurements at ground stations. Practically an unknown but there are studies in progress to define how cesiums and iodines act while in gas or particulate form act, about 10 or so worldwide meltdowns latter and all nuke bomb testing results, they are still not sure or not saying.

    Then testing was done half way around the globe far from the source traveling in plumes? In even dispersal? As a gaseous cloud? They don't know.

    There are about 200 radioisotopes released from a melting core, most are disregarded in monitoring or to difficult to sense or to short lived and discounted (ask the sailors aboard the USS Reagan if they should be discounted). There are about 100 radioisotopes remaining in spent fuel pools that could escape in a accident besides the constant offgassing going on and tritium escaping because radioactive decay is nonstop for more than centuries.

    These studies only throw a dog a bone to chew on until TEPCO, the US EPA, US naval intelligence releases the actual fallout numbers from ground zero or it is all a guessing game. Just the way they like it and want to keep it that way.

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    Death Ashes
    Results of working in the Radionuclide Rainout
    Six months later:
    1) Taste of metal in my mouth for a year
    2) Lost 15 lbs.—- not good
    3) Swollen crowded throat/ thyroid area
    4) Fatigue— Big time and continuing
    5) Swollen, electrically buzzing lymph nodes
    6) Ocular migraine—- my visual field is bounded by a SLINKY on fire—I kid you not
    7) Facial swelling on one side.
    8) Numerous transient oddball things come and go.
    More results are a certainty. I am currently fighting the results. What's next? Only time will tell, but remember ; I did NOT know about the hellish events, still ongoing, at Fukushima. My mind did not produce these symptoms out of 'fear of radiation'. That's unequivocal.
    Yeah, we all got hosed and dosed. Not a small amount. End game: Wake up, Make noise Peacefully….. Shut down the Glow Tombs.
    We have to…


    Fukushima:EPA Now Claims 7400Bq/m3 Of Cesium 137 Is Safe Drinking Water Standard

    Get the rad word out, People

  • 52Rockwell

    The NRC itself was flying blind. The agency had believed it was virtually impossible to have multiple meltdowns at the same site. As a result, their emergency models all involved the healthy plant using its working systems to control critical systems in the stricken plant until the problems were solved. Jaczko had publicly urged calm and for Americans in Japan to follow the guidelines of the Japanese government. NRC press releases in the United States all stated prominently that there was no danger from radioactive fallout.
    So they always assume a best case scenario? Maybe they do it because there is not much that they, or anyone can do in a worst case scenario like Fukushima.
    I like shooting craps as much as the next guy, but a crapshoot for the planets survival strikes me as particularly arrogant,and really a bunch of dangerous ,delusional,individuals.

    • itsanuclearwar

      Its not like no one knew ahead of time. Obumer in S America on 3-11. The captain of the USS REAGAN was not on his ship on 3-11. I'm sure there is a long list of Americans that were not in the US on that day,(in actuality at the time the first radioactive plumes arrived) and no, I'm not a coincidence theorist. No coincidence in this regard.

    • pinksailmatt pinksailmatt

      52Rockwell…TEPCO refused to give the NRC actual info about what was going on…reactor status…fuel pool status…they kept saying "we don't know nothin". The NRC, CIA/NSA & Industry (GE Etc) had to take an educated guess, based on their own observations. They ran worse case. It couldn't be let out to the public, because the results were so bad, so they tinkered with the numbers to come up with something that they could tell the public. My guess…they are working on a BIG false flag event right now, to fill in the remaining doses that they left out. They will pin the blame on another 3rd party source that has NOTHING to do with nuke energy, so as to vindicate their evil ways.

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    Just a couple of the many results experienced in my circle friends and family: A 20 year old family member, no drink or drugs, needed a liver transplant and had a ' mushroom' tumor clipped off his heart.
    A three year old child in a nearby town has stage 4 neuroblastoma.Tumors all down her gastro/intestinal tract. How does a three year old get stage 4 neuroblastoma? There was snow in the nearby mountains that Spring. I'll bet lot's of people ate some yellowcake snow.
    None of these people knew about Fuku. Still don't. We got dosed for real no matter the lies of the sociopathic murderers that did this.
    Shut em down, any other action is suicide.

    • EKO K£AP$€


      I wonder if we have any viewers from India at this site. India is at a crossroad of becoming a superpower of sustainable solar/wind power or a lacky slave of Pluto.

      Winner or looser?

      After man tasted the fruit of knowledge the only way to save him is knowledge. Money is of no value in a world dying from pollution. Technology is the future, technology is our salvation.

      How selfish and greedy are the elite?

  • rogerthat

    yum, time for some ''enhanced'' cesium

    • EKO K£AP$€ sr90 ALERT

      Nope strontium 90 time. Anyone for Leukemia brand pink Salmon?

      Strontium 90 the bone finder.

      Where does this strontium 90 come from?

      It's a chain reaction of atom bomb blasts or useless inferior crap made known inferior negligently unrecalled crimes against humanity machines; that blow up and cause multitudes of atomic hot particle releases.

      Does anyone know who designed these machines? Was it scapegoat TEPCO or another silent partner?

      It's no use playing duck and cover now, is it?

  • We Not They Finally

    Contamination of the food chain planckton and massive radiation contamination of the ocean atmosphere and the world as we know of it.How long do we have all over the world?? Its any ones guess.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Thread is aging, I may be the caboose here.

    Juat wanted to comment on this ‘globally enhanced’ phraseology there, ya know.

    Is that what the experts are calling it, now? That should cause zero alarm for the casual headline browser. What would cross Moe Public's mind with that title? "My, aren't we the lucky ones! We have a ‘globally enhanced’ world now. I'd like to invent a time machine and go back and tell everyone what is coming. "New and improved" oh yeah "

    • We Not They Finally

      The only lucky ones are those who know on every level that life in highly evolved forms is everywhere..The infinite Universe holds secrets.When we finish off life on earth as we probably did to Mars..We will move on.Why humanity may get other chances is beyond comprehension but that may just be the gist of what happens later on…

  • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

    Speaking of Cesium-137…
    Now it's likely to find its way into an ISIS dirty bomb[?]!! 🙁

  • We Not They Finally

    Im actually very concerned about cesiums tendency to lower potassium levels in the blood.Weakening muscles like the heart muscles and other muscles.I hope everyone is watching carefully their potassium levels. Dont forget whats high in potassium like carots and potassium foods.This is not the time to forget nutritional issues…
    Also be aware of whats happening where.My wife and I couldnt have left NM faster than we did after WIIP.I hope we all remain diligent of what we eat and drink and where we live…

  • ecoguy57

    TEPCO has lied to the people of Japan and to the world about the true levels of radiation released into the upper atmosphere, ground and into the Pacific Ocean! TEPCO also continues to dump millions of gallons of radioactive waste into the Pacific Ocean nonstop every single day to contaminate the fish, ocean life and animals. There is now verified proof of DNA damage and mutations throughout the food chain and we humans are next to suffer! Experts recommend to commence detoxing with the natural mineral called zeolite that is proven to safely remove both radiation and heavy metals from the human body.This MUST Be Done to help prevent DNA damage that will cause disease and future ongoing mutations! For more quality information do an online search for the single word Zeolite.

  • skizexq skizexq

    Somebody posted this before I am sure, or it is ene is where it came from when I downloaded… but an excellent documentary on European dumping at sea, a must see
    so maybe I will forego the Norway sardines now?