HCR: Mystery black radioactive powder detected outside school — Local official posts 3 videos of black substance (PHOTO & VIDEOS)

Published: February 24th, 2012 at 12:02 am ET
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Title: Wall Photos
Source: Heart Care Rescue NGO
Date: Feb 23, 2012

Bulletin dori, Middle School shi ta ni Black the い powder wa exist before to the food room.

SOURCE: Heart Care Rescue

Title: Video of black substance
Source: Fukushima Diary
Date: Feb 24, 2012

Mr.Oyama, a city councilor of Minami soma posted videos of the black substance.

[...] about 1cm thick on gutter.

They assume it’s lichen [...]

[...] some people assume it’s a part of nuclear fuel from reactor 3.

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Published: February 24th, 2012 at 12:02 am ET
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7 comments to HCR: Mystery black radioactive powder detected outside school — Local official posts 3 videos of black substance (PHOTO & VIDEOS)

  • retali8 retali8

    people who can attend, please do;
    http://www.willamette.edu/events/fukushima/index.html

    if you cant attend, there is a live streaming available on the site…

    Fukushima needs ALOT more focus and attention, world scientists & nerds need to group together for an unlikely solution to the fukushima menace, time is running out.


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  • lam335 lam335

    Looking at the way this stuff is dispersed, I am wondering if it could still be the so-called "black rain"? I know they had some of that back in March/April following the explosions, etc., but is it possible that they would still be having visibly black rain today? Or, alternatively, perhaps it is just the run-off that comes from the mountains every time it rains?

    "Black Rain … clouds of radioactive hot particles depositing everywhere in northern Japan."
    [09:50-10:50]
    http://www.fairewinds.com/content/x-japanese-nuclear-regulator-blames-radioactive-animal-feed-black-rain


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  • Jack Jack

    Could this be the same powder? "Corium (and also highly irradiated uranium fuel) has an interesting property: spontaneous dust generation, or spontaneous self-sputtering of the surface. The alpha decay of isotopes inside the glassy structure causes Coulomb explosions, degrading the material and releasing submicron particles from its surface.[42] However the level of radioactivity is such that during one hundred years the self irradiation of the lava (2 × 1016 α decays per gram and 2 to 5 × 105 Gy of β or γ) will fall short of the level of self irradiation which is required to greatly change the properties of glass (1018 α decays per gram and 108 to 109 Gy of β or γ). Also the rate of dissolution of the lava in water is very low (10−7 g·cm−2 day−1) suggesting that the lava is unlikely to dissolve in water.[43]"


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  • ageezerofgiza

    This is clearly some spillage by the guy who carries the radium bottles around. Just got careless one day.


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  • StPaulScout StPaulScout

    "They assume it’s lichen [...]"

    That's great comedy. It doesn't look like the guy picking it up assumes it lichen. Of course, maybe he dresses like that everyday cause he thinks he looks cool…..


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