“In 2013, people really interested in radioactive fallout” — US gov’t studying public attention to Fukushima, tracks twitter searches — NRC FOIA: “Libyan war news should now downgrade Fukushima”

Published: December 11th, 2013 at 4:49 pm ET


International Business Times, Dec. 11, 2013: In 2013, people were really interested in radioactive fallout from the Fukushima disaster […] Altmetric factors in both news stories and social media chatter in determining just how popular a scientific paper is. The top-scoring paper, published in the journal Scientific Reports by a pair of Japanese researchers, examined the radioactive cesium contamination of freshwater fish in the areas surrounding the Fukushima nuclear plant.

U.S. Department of Energy, Feb. 2013: Section 4 utilizes data from new sources – social media (Twitter) postings and Google search patterns – to trace the changes in public attention to nuclear issues before, during and after the Fukushima event. […] We use these data to focus on the shifts in public attention that occurred with the onset of the crises at the Fukushima nuclear reactors […] What is the magnitude of the effects of these kinds of crises on siting efforts? At the program level, what is the influence of opposition to the siting effort? […] The public may be reacting more strongly to events that are “closer to home.” This finding could have important implications for the lasting impact of the Fukushima event on the American public’s support for nuclear energy […] To demonstrate the utility and flexibility of the real-time measures of public attention, the sections that follow use supply- and demand-based indicators to examine fluctuations in public attention to nuclear issues before and after the Tōhoku earthquake […] PUBLIC ATTENTION TO NUCLEAR ISSUES IN THE AFTERMATH OF FUKUSHIMA — Consistent with previous research (e.g., Chew and Eysenbach 2010), we created supply-based measures of public attention by systematically archiving publically available “tweets” (user generated content) on Twitter (https://twitter.com/) that contained one or more phrases (“keywords”) associated with nuclear energy and/or the management of UNF. Specifically, we measured public attention to nuclear energy by collecting and analyzing the set of 1,084,085 publicly posted tweets that contained the words “nuclear energy” and/or “nuclear power” between October 5, 2010 and September 6, 2012. […]

Report to Science Panel (U.S. Congress) by Lake Barrett (Now advising Tepco on Fukushima crisis), March 19, 2011: The Libyan war news should now downgrade Fukushima news wise. For me that is good so I won’t get called as much and I can get my chores around here done.

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Published: December 11th, 2013 at 4:49 pm ET


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131 comments to “In 2013, people really interested in radioactive fallout” — US gov’t studying public attention to Fukushima, tracks twitter searches — NRC FOIA: “Libyan war news should now downgrade Fukushima”

  • w

    Have you heard of the Nuke Numbed Nuts, n soon to be known as the Notorious Nuke Numbed Nuts? The biggest Nuke Numbed Nuts are Japanese Prime Minister Abe, Obama n the TEPCo. Management team.

    • Mary A. Johnson

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  • w

    The biggest and the most lethal, I want to add.

  • OldBroad OldBroad

    There may well be more interest in radioactive fallout, but unfortunately there's still way too many that are keeping their heads buried in the sand, aka the ostrich syndrome.

    • Mack Mack

      The Enenews link above called "Report to Science Panel" is full of NRC emails.

      On pages, 267-274, Lake Barrett gives his opinion on what occurred at Fukushima.

      On Page 271, regarding Unit 4 —>

      "Whatever happened to the Unit 4 spent fuel pool area, I do not know, but I will venture a good guess. Something must have failed, such that the pool lost a lot of its water, due to a pool leak, or refueling gate failure, or something. Because thermal calculations on a 200 day old core does boil out the top 30 feet of water in about a week. Something must have mechanically happened that spilled a lot of water from the pool, because it is pretty clear, to me, that it boiled nearly dry, overheated, and became so hot that the zirconium cladding oxidized (caught fire) and release a lot of hydrogen gas before then. This gas ignited and blew the sheet metal roof and sides off the building. Pool fuel oxidation hydrogen generation is the only thing that I can imagine that could do this."

      "…to me, all the indications are that there was a Unit 4 pool fire."


  • Kashiko Kashiko

    Did you see on Fukushima Diary that TEPCO have lost all the plans to the site? Including plans for the pipework and drains? They're in the managers office which is damaged and irradiated so highly they can't get them. They don't have backups in a safe place? These people couldn't find their backsides even if you let them use both hands, a mirror and a torch. How did they ever get to run something as dangerous as a nuclear power plant? ARGHHHH.

    • DUDe DisasterInterpretationDissorder

      Radiation is GOOOD for you , especially when you SMILE…
      So go in and retrieve those plans gracefully smiling for that extra GIFT you are recieving already…
      …unless ofcourse..it does not work that way.. but then again that would mean someone lied..
      But lying about something so important is impossible right..
      to pervers..too deadly..too genocidal..too criminal to exist..
      Therefore it must be true and i don't see any problem at all retrieving those plans..it must be a psychological confusion..
      If i could i would give you a supportive pat on the shoulder to help you over the doorstep…TEPCO and Abe the TERRORist..
      Nuclear is the Freddy Krueger way of doing bussines..

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Just like they lost the transcripts of the accident? And all records of conversations?

    • moonshellblue moonshellblue

      That doesn't make sense as they have radiation gear and have recently measured an area outside spewing 25 millisieverts enough to kill a person in 20 minutes thus I'm assuming the levels where the plans glow must be astronomical? In an office bldg? It must be in reactor one next to the corium.

    • PurpleRain PurpleRain

      There should be copies of those plans inside each of the control rooms too. — or at least in the USA it's required to have copies in each control room.

    • paschn

      "How did they ever get to run something as dangerous as a nuclear power plant? ARGHHHH."

      Don't forget who "runs" Japan since WW2 after committing several acts of war to get them to "sneak attack" Pearl Harbor which then gave Roosenfeldt, oops, Roosevelt his excuse to get us "involved" for the Central Bank, oops I mean Great Britain. They got to run it the old-fashioned way; "politics".

      • Ana Ana

        Thank you for saying the truth about who runs Japan. We have since before WW1. I highly recommend a book, The Imperial Cruise, which details how Teddy Roosevelt sent Taft over there to run them and how we caused their war with Russia, their invasion of China and finally the bombing of Pearl Harbor which allowed us to enter the war and so forth. I do not say this to disrespect the Japanese. I have lived in Japan and my family was bombed in Pearl Harbor. I just want the facts to be out there. Corporate America has controlled Japan for a very long time.
        Ana in Sacramento


    there it is…in black-n-white: the pulsing of public opinion to gauge (and obviously adjust) perceptions of the issues. It's should be obvious to all, what the NSA is – really – about. Oh what a tangled weave we weave, when we learn to deceive; as their children will be sharing the open pit graves…with ours…

  • Nick

    Every single keystroke that you enable is logarithymed (sp?) by some asshole at the NSA.

    This is our modern world.


    Only pansies are really frightened by it so grow some cajones friends!

    Man, we are screwed.

    • "Screwed?" Yeah, I guess some of us wish. But for those of us who are getting enough of that (thank you very much), I've gotta tell you – the several watchers who are tasked to watching everything I say and write and where I am at all times via any and all technological tools I may (or may not) have on hand at any given time, have The World's Most Boring and Pointless Job.

      To them I'd send a nice Christmas greeting, commiserating with their plight and hoping they get something more meaningful in 2014.

  • Alpha1

    Well you see we are watching a whole lot more than FUK U Shima we are watching the accidents nation wide and calling for a deactivation of radiation facilities world wide. But the fascist sons of bitches running the guys who run government deny all of our requests and petitions to stop giving longer licenses on machines that are antiquated and lifetimes have run out. Why give an extension to poison and destroy the [planet even more.

    Oh no I am sure you pay attention here as well, check it out your lying pieces of draconian lizard scum and deserve to be pulled out and flogged and beheaded and if this where even 3 years ago would have faced public court marshal and execution for treason against the people of America and per-meditated murder 1.

  • Alpha1

    Sorry 30 years ago typo

  • Nick

    So, Tepco can't find their plans for the plumbing because a tad of gamma/beta/alpha doosies are in their way?

    But, you and I, who type pixels of light to the masses are suspect?

    What a world.

  • Alpha1

    As for Japan she is dead and her people that live there are dead the children are dead because the nations let them use all for guinea pigs for their sick war game science experiments.

  • Nick

    In a perfect world, those who release toxins would be villified.

    Instead, it us peons who actually have some semblance of humanity left in our souls, who are considered the threat to THE STATE.

    Go figure.

  • jec jec

    Archive public available tweets with 'nuclear' or similar in it? See in the above press release, USA Dept of Energy is creating 'supply-based measures of public attention by systematically archiving publically available (tweets)–and collecting and analyzing (tweets). By public tweets, what do they mean by that? Someone sending to a list? or just sending on the internet? Sounds like the NSA is keeping tabs on the nuclear comments. I hope they don't 'tag' the comments for a possible later use, think of those poor tracked 'tweeters.'

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture


    And do something about their melted reactors.

    Spewing radiation, turning countries into wastelands.

    And ruining the ocean.

  • markww markww



    Over two years after an earthquake and tsunami devastated areas in and around the Japanese city of Fukushima, many residents have been left to live in impromptu residential camps with no hope of returning to their previous ways of life.


  • Socrates

    Wag the dog….

    Lake Barrett actually wanted the news of the Libyan war to take Fukushima off his agenda. He was just too busy with important stuff to worry about the fact the Pacific Ocean and half of North America would be contaminated.

    Here's a guy who can really play things down. TEPCO and Abe can use a guy like that for PR.

    "No worries" – "Trust us one more time! Next time it will be different… we promise."

    "And remember, a war with China will help you forget your troubles…"

  • Ontological Ontological

    The way I continually search for fuku info out here, I probably have my own surveillance satellite by now.

    • Kashiko Kashiko

      And a couple of drones tasked to you. Think about all the extra employment you are helping out with. At least a dozen people are now happily working checking your every orifice.

      • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

        Or maybe just a constant..blinky-blinky..in the sky above.
        I give them the 'cowgirl wave'..from time to time..

        • sayonara kitty sayonara kitty

          i often blow kisses to the drones here in san diego county, i told my friend some kid sittling in a container somewhere thinks i am blowing kisses as him, but i am really kissing goodbye my 4th amendment rights.

    • Ourself Ourself

      Thank you for the laugh. I can relate.

    • PurpleRain PurpleRain

      Laughing! 🙂 Thanks for making me smile.

    • m a x l i

      That explains a few things. I was wondering why I was running around with a halo of a saint latterly.

  • Discordian

    Oh, the irony! The U.S. Government will not study the effects of Fukushima (or they won't reveal what they have found), but they WILL study the reaction of the proles to Fukushima!

    Cock biters, all!

  • jackassrig

    Well, the folks at NSA might want to have a safe harbor to go to when 300 million Americans finally wake up. And the snoopers will not be able to rely on paid friendship when the lackeys children fall to cancer, deformities, etc. If I were a betting man, I won't bet on the apparatchiks. You can run you sons of bitches but you can't hide.

  • ShutItAllDown

    Executive summary:



  • wetpwcas1 wetpwcas1

    The fusion centers need to be over loaded with Fukushima data & how the rads will touch all life!

  • AllenH AllenH (Scary, but not alarming !?)

    They should not think the people have forgotten about Libya, how could the world forget the atrocities and crimes committed there. All just to save the dollar!!! We here know this, as well as Iraq and the crimes being currently committed in Syria by the Western backed terrorists. We don't forget anything.

  • HoTaters HoTaters

    Lake Barrett sounds like SUCH a jerk! Where's your work ethic, Lake?

    Or do you possess one?

  • wetpwcas1 wetpwcas1

    I wounder if we put adds in local news papers on Fukushima updates, I bet that would get some attention. Tell them web sites that give real true data like Fukushimafacts.com!

  • weeman

    NSA at its finest and covering there tracks by using the scientific community as cover, yes they read your emails, posts, tweets, phone calls, letters, emails, etc.
    We are not the enemy we are the conscience of the nation, now go after the real enemy, your boss.

  • lovE lovE

    "The MATRIX" is alive and well.

  • name999 name999

    …this is through rose colored glasses…half truths…

  • elenews

    @ Ontological, indeed I must have one of my own too. Sheesh but this is more than some kind of doom porn, this is it. The end.
    Makes me wonder why the hell everyone here wants the whole world to wake up to this? Does the elevator not go to the top floor of your brains? Sorry to criticize people so traumatized, but THINK people! Either they can clean up this mess or they can't. If they can't fix it then do you really want to have a 'where were you when you heard the news it's the end' moment? People might go completely berserk, do you want to live through that chaos?…most of the people on this site are not past the anger phase of grief, what do you think the public at large will do? If you have the gene for a devastating disease would you want to know it? Some interesting results there. Some do some don't.

    Right now all I can think is to be as excellent as I can towards everyone. I'm still in the bargaining phase hoping someone will come up with an ingenious plan that will save us. Knowing that it is already too late. So, then, my job will be to be helpful when others do find out. I would bet this news gets rolled out slooooowly, different people will wake up at different times. What a clusterfxxxk


      @elenews: had to compliment your bold thoughts. You right…if there's nothing left to do, why spend our final days fretting over the inevitable? Well, there are things that we can do, on a personal and collective level.

      If you're personally aware of the source of the fire, you can make the effort to distance yourself (and others within your immediate family/tribe) from the impending danger. This might include relocating to less dangerous areas, as well as identifying and reducing ones exposure to whatever immediate hazards (contamination of food and water in this case) are heading your way. On a collective level, actualizing the impending threat would go far in generating consensus on what would be necessary to ensure the overall survival of the group (human species in this instance).

      Should the world body finally actualize the threat being presented by Fukushima, there's an good chance we'd allocate the resources to ameliorate the long term impact on our species. Understand, I'm not dismissing the value of other living creatures, but once we're finished, any-and-all will eventually follow. Therefore, I've been proposing a three point program in answer to this catastrophe: A) environmental remediation. B) moving humans into space. C) reducing the suffering of those who are inevitably affected by this threat.

      So yes, things can be done…

      • Ourself Ourself

        I wouldn't be so sure about that. What saving the species means to the government is relocating to underground bunkers. I hope they have some proton packs, because they're going to haunted by a lot of resentful souls.

    • Ourself Ourself

      ELENews, how do you think they're going to feel when they realize not only the scope of this disaster, but also the fact that nobody told them and now they and their family are all sick and dying? THAT is going to make them go berserk. Waking people up now is the LOGICAL thing to do.

    • PurpleRain PurpleRain

      I think it is criminal NOT reporting the truth to the world!~~~~~~

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      elenews, when something like Fukushima happens, it can cause a truly visceral reaction to happen. One's survival instincts often kick in. I think anger is a normal reaction, and a healthy response to a life-threatening event.

      I'm going to stay good and ticked off until I help resolve the issue, or someone or various entities are brought to justice.

      This, for me, is a life-or-death struggle. I will not rationalize my emotional response away by over analyzing it. On this particular issue, I don't think it's a "five stages of grief" type issue.

      Tell people being killed by rebel regimes they just haven't gotten past the anger stage in their grieving process. See where that gets you. I, for one, will never capitulate and just "accept" this is an ELE, and just roll over. Uh-uh. No way. It ain't over until the fat lady sings, as the old saying goes.

      That being said, the five stages of grief really do apply in some siutations. I was disabled by an illness about 10 years ago. It took several years to get to the acceptance stage, and not grieving over the loss of abilities, income, career, etc.

      But this is different.So I respectfully disagree about this being the kind of situation over which one just has to go through a grieving process.

      If someone tells me I have incurable Stage 4 cancer, my response would probably be to keep on fighting until I was just to weak to go on fighting ….

      Just my two cents' worth.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        IMO, anger can help to keep one alive, and in some situations, it is helpful and healthy to be angry.

        I didn't survive a disease which nearly killed me on four occasions by rolling over and deciding it was OK to just die.

        Just sayin'

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Think of it this way: do you think a normal father would be angry if he saw his children being abused or injured? Do you think anger would be justified? It's an issue of survival. How many moms do you know who turn into she-bears when their babies are threatened?

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Doom porn. Fear porn. That's a new one on me. I'll have to think about what that means.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    I can't help it if people consider this doom porn..fear porn..or just plain porn..I'm going to tell the scientific truth..to the best of my ability.
    There are always ..wankers.

    • Kashiko Kashiko

      Oh yes Heart, many many of those

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Is that wanker as in jerk or idiot? Or egotist? (U.S. or British, Ozzie meaning?)

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Actually your response, elenews, seems to be taking the high road. I applaud you for that.

        • Kashiko Kashiko

          'To wank' verb. British English slang for male masturbation
          Wanker=person who is doing such a thing. basically a useless piece of shit. A blackhead on the backside of humanity. Dog shit on the pavement of society etc. I'm sure you understand.

          • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

            Good point..Wankers..the one's that are being handed their coffee..snooping on the actions of others.
            Yet don't know their own arses from a hole in the ground..
            On top of that they don't know the difference from scratching it and tearing it to pieces.

            Then there are those that..are here to simply voyeur the response of others..wankers.

    • bo bo

      I liked what mr.baxter said here once : the sheer magnitude of the fukushima disaster is such that, unfortunately, it is difficult to blow it out of proportion in describing it.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Plume porn?

  • elenews

    I hate it but I'm still gonna say I'd rather have some somewhat normal interactions with the people I love for as long as I can…. before the stuff hits the fan. I don't know if that means I'm selfish or stupid or maybe I just view this whole situation as utterly beyond help.

    I don't want to go down in crowds of shooting screaming people..any sooner than necessary.

    I will still keep looking, however, for some bright idea or hope.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      elenews, just one more comment on anger. IMO it's not anger that's the problem in and of itself. It's what one does to channel it somewhere that is most important.

      But I hear you on the hysteria part. So many people seem not to be able to deal with harsh doses of reality very well ….

    • lovE lovE

      ELENEWS wrote: "I will still keep looking, however, for some bright idea or hope."

      Your personal quest involves the challenge of a "change in your worldview" – and that is always a great suffering. It’s connected to a change in your God-image. Fukusall will unfold its Frankenstorm creations slowly at first. We who are alive today will probably all be dead from a “normal life” before a serious "firestorm" of public outrage erupts – and who wants to be around for that phase of this catastrophe. Look at Chernobyl’s unfolding – barely a whimper from the masses 27 years later. Raging against “the coming of this night” is not going to change it. The genie is out of the bottle as we all know. Better to let Mother Nature teach humanity the lesson it has chosen. Guilty or not we will all pay the price. As far as I can see there is only one hope. It is a very foreign notion to moderns and it may take a lifetime to realize this hope. It involves “checking in with the Creator” and is a difficult challenge. I like the following site for this purpose. It is not for everyone.


  • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

    Here is a post to all the people in the alphabet agencies in the case you are snooping on Enenews – yes we are interested in radioactive fallout- and we demand and end to all nuke activity immediately.

  • Ourself Ourself

    "The Libyan war news should now downgrade Fukushima news wise. For me that is good so I won’t get called as much and I can get my chores around here done."
    -Lake Barrett

    Does this prick ever think about anything other than himself?

    As I have said over and over about these selfish assholes, they would rather see the world die than inconvenience themselves. It really is true.

  • sayonara kitty sayonara kitty

    the second to last link in the article about lake barret. this goes to a foia doc. on page 237 is an email from kelly to fetter and others (dated 4/18/11) where there is discussion of the MOX fuel.

  • elenews

    @ aftershock, I knew I was gonna get slammed for my viewpoint. Right now my thought process is circular. The mental equivalent of pacing the floor.

    I do have a way to get outta here, but where? Costa Rica, Equador? Uruguay? I have to learn Spanish and how to fulfill their requirements, but is there any point? Woukd wemget 10-15 years and who says? I would move for the extra 15 years maybe, but at what sadness to watch it all unfold? Thinking about a family ark. Outer space ain't gonna come in time but I'd go if aliens asked me. Lol

    • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

      @elenews- you wrote"Outer space ain't gonna come in time but I'd go if aliens asked me"

      The aliens just marked earth a "do not land" zone…reason… environment unsafe for all life forms.


  • vital1 vital1

    We have to do more than just comment in these forums. The more people we educate the sooner change will happen. Educated people will take informed action, and cause change.

    This is not just about us. What we do as individuals now will affect multiple future generations for centuries to come, plus all life on this planet.

    Get the message out there on how serious the Fukushima nuclear disaster is
    quickly, and efficiently. You don’t need to explain anything just distribute the lifesaver.pdf or create your own, hand it out, mailbox it, Facebook it, Twitter it, or email it. Think outside the box, put it on public notice boards, hand it out to people, or put it into letter boxes when you go for a walk.


  • robz

    NEWSBLACKOUT USA : i thougt i can do it bretter1111!;)

  • rogerthat

    At some point this story is going to go seriously viral. It's already starting to happen: something has changed in the pacific ocean, which is vast, and feeds vast numbers of people. So one imagines these good central planners who monitor everything are aware of a building tidal wave, and are developing strategies to deal with this. Wonder what they are. I mean, the current rearguard action of the shills on the line is not going to be able to deal with a real panic, is it?

  • gmo2ashes

    Here's a video I stumbled upon that illustrates (to those aware of the dangers) the depth of misleading propaganda given the public surrounding radiation poisoning.

    The video supposes an event where all people have "left" and EVERY nuclear reactor on the planet melts down simultaneously dispersing deadly radiation. Plants, animals and insects die; then like magic, in only 3-10 months all radioactive dangers are gone, simply washed "away" by rain into the ground.

    Produced by National Geographic and broadcast in Canada, the TV special also dispells chemtrails by saying how they are only water vapor from planes which create a beneficial cloud cover to prevent global warming.

    Curiously, the documentary, aired in March 2008, mentions Fukushima's 45 meltdowns poisoning the Pacific islands and the US – 3 years before it actually happened! It's almost as if they knew it was coming.

    The takeaway from the video is that Earth will be a much better place once all humans are dead and gone – and of course, nuclear energy is a safe and relatively benign problem – supposedly even if all of the world's approx. 450 reactors melt down at the same time, no worry.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJLVUWEmayQ (1.31 hrs)

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      You are correct, gmo2ashes, the nuclear effects are downplayed. The radiation of 500 nuclear Hiroshimas might be released from each plant melting down, burning out. But it's likely much worse than that, where spent fuel is stored.

      Yes, I noted also the chemtrail issue is downplayed and dismissed as mere water vapor. An outright lie.

  • pkjn

    Boycott Japan Olympics 2020
    2013-12-12 Mathaba News Agency

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Back to reality.
    TPTB would have you think that the real problem with Fukushima is the public's "concern" about Fukushima.
    Instead, TPTB should be a bit concerned themselves about all the STEAM that is coming up from the GROUND from the 3 molten nuclear cores that have melted OUT of the reactor buildings.
    Bless you, RT. A voice crying out in the wilderness.

  • mungo mungo

    what are you saying robz, you make little sense

  • robz

    they cencor me hole time on facebook ths a sses

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Just ignore him/her/it, mungo.
    We all have better things to do.
    Probably uses cell phone.


    Only in AMERICA, research on the populations concern about Fukushima fallout rather than research on the fallout itself!


  • Jakobi Jakobi

    Little thread of hope, potential nuclear remediation technologies:


  • own_quality

    Speaking of being interested… why no news on the fuel removal in weeks?