Highly radioactive ‘glass’ rained on Tokyo — Fukushima nuclear fuel with 500 Trillion Bq/kg found — “Significant consequences for human health” — Scientists: This changes understanding of disaster… Extreme importance… Our ideas of health implications should change… Do not discuss on social media

Published: June 28th, 2016 at 12:46 pm ET


Public Release from Goldschmidt Conference, Jun 26, 2016 (emphasis added): New research shows that most of the radioactive fallout which landed on downtown Tokyo a few days after the Fukushima accident was concentrated and deposited in non-soluble glass microparticles, as a type of ‘glassy soot’. This meant that most of the radioactive material was not dissolved in rain and running water… The particles also concentrated the radioactive caesium (Cs), meaning that in some cases dose effects of the fallout are still unclear… Japanese geochemists… analysed samples collected from within an area up to 230 km from the FDNPP… [I]t had been anticipated that most of the radioactive fallout would have been flushed from the environment by rainwater. However… most of the radioactive caesium in fact fell to the ground enclosed in glassy microparticles… [T]hese particles… formed during the molten core-concrete interaction inside the primary containment vessel in the Fukushima reactor units 1 and/or 3. Because of the high Cs content in the microparticles, the radioactivity per unit mass was as high as ~4.4×10^11 Bq/g [440,000,000,000,000 Bq/kg]… Analysis from several air filters collected in Tokyo on 15 March 2011 showed that 89% of the total radioactivity was present as a result of these caesium-rich microparticles, rather than the soluble Cs, as had originally been supposed.

Discovery (Seeker), Jun 27, 2016: Fukushima Accident Rained Glass Particles on Tokyo… Most of the radioactive fallout that descended upon downtown Tokyo in the days after the March 2011 accident [was] glass microparticles — essentially, glass-filled soot. As a result, the fallout, which contained concentrated radioactive cesium, wasn’t dissolved by rainfall, and probably lingered in the environment… Japanese scientists thought that most of it would be washed away by rainwater. Instead, analysis… revealed that most of the radioactive cesium in fact fell to the ground enclosed in glassy microparticles.

ANI, Jun 28, 2016: Research indicates Fukushima radioactive fallout may be worse than expected Most of the radioactive fallout, which landed on downtown Tokyo a few days after the Fukushima accident, was concentrated and deposited in non-soluble glass microparticles, as a type of ‘glassy soot’

Inverse, Jun 26, 2016: Radioactive “Glassy Soot” Fell Over Tokyo After the Fukushima Meltdown… The findings… show that the radioactive fallout… has been poorly understood. Previously, it was assumed that most of the radiation that fell dissolved in rain. This would mean that it would wash out of the soil and through the environment… These tiny glass particles entered the air and fell as soot on the surrounding region. Because the radioactive molecules are contained in an insoluble medium, they will not wash out of the soil with rainwater to the same extent… Beyond the consequences for the environment, there are significant consequences for human health. Breathing caesium encased in glass particles may have a very different impact from exposure to it as radioactive rain…

Scientists from Fukushima Univ., Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Stanford Univ., etc, June 2016: Cesium-rich micro-particles unveil the explosive events in the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant — Cesium-rich micro-particles (CsMPs) retain novel information on the molten core-concrete interaction… CsMPs specimens were discovered… in atmospheric particulates collected at Suginami, Tokyo… [Note: “The author has requested that this abstract is not discussed on social media.”]

Dr Satoshi Utsunomiya, Kyushu Univ.: “This work changes some of our assumptions about the Fukushima fallout… This may mean that our ideas of the health implications should be modified“.

Prof. Bernd Grambow, Director of SUBATECH laboratory, France: “[The observations] presented here are extremely important. They may change our understanding of the mechanism of long range atmospheric mass transfer of radioactive caesium from the reactor accident at Fukushima to Tokyo, but they may also change the way we assess inhalation doses from the caesium microparticles inhaled by humans. Indeed, biological half- lives of insoluble caesium particles might be much larger than that of soluble caesium“.

See also:  Nuclear fuel found 15 miles from Tokyo — Fukushima uranium in ‘glassy’ spheres flew over 170 km (PHOTOS)

Published: June 28th, 2016 at 12:46 pm ET


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  • Yes, keep this quiet, and don't SHARE this with anyone.

  • Sol Man

    Dust goes far fast.

    Please say no more.
    I cans say no more!

  • theworldisalie theworldisalie

    I'm sure it's fine, what's a little 500 trillion bq/kg anyhow?

    That's only a few banana's worth.

    • theworldisalie theworldisalie

      Japan is ruined for eternity and I figure will completely collapse soon. You cannot function in an environment that heavily contaminated.

      • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

        I already consider Japan to be dying, and Japanese society in a state of collapse.
        Japan is toast.
        If what needs to be done at Fukushima to control radiation, cannot be done by Japan, for whatever reason, then it is necessary for others to take over the project.
        Sequestering Fukushima can be done.
        Sequestering Fukushima must be done!
        Get on with it!

        Tepco out now!
        (Can't even locate 3 missing 100 tonne nuclear cores?)

        But we know where to look, even if Tepco doesn't! 😉

        • We Not They Finally

          Re the "3 missing 100 tonne nuclear cores": If you found them, you would then do WHAT? And what if THIS link that someone posted is true?:
          That's superheated radioactive cores sinking through the Earth — like a real actual "China Syndrome." We may not know that that is true, we also do not know that it isn't. But even if they CAN be located, THEN what happens? It is not retrievable, not even approachable. It burns forever. Ugly ugly ugly reality.

          • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

            We Not They Finally:
            Sequester. Sequester! SEQUESTER!!
            Concrete works to divert groundwater river into ocean.
            Concrete floor under corium if possible.
            Drill and freeze corium in place, using slantwise drilling and liquid nitrogen.
            Passive tide-powered heat sink, using seawater loop to cool corium.
            Fill,corium lava tubes with borated concrete.
            100' deep X 50' wide buttressed concrete foundation around Ruins 1-4.
            150' high sand-filled srcophagus over Ruins 1-4.
            Thick rubber roof over sarcophagus to keep weather out, and seal earthquake cracks in concrete.
            Spent fuel to,dry cask storage yard.
            Outer concrete seawall, with locks, and concrete seabed.
            Decontaminated water into barges, salinated and chilled, sunk to bottom of offshore trench.
            Put signage up to deter future explorers.
            Walk away.

          • radiophobia

            This article was publlished on fool's day April 1st, 2015. It quotes a member of the non-existant "Federation of Concerned Scientists" instead of Union of Concerned Scientists, which exists as does the Federation of American Scientists.
            (@We Not They Finally, @ PhilipUpNorth, June 29, 2016 7:03 and 8:08 resp.)

      • RonM RonM

        Japan is only ruined for a human and other contemporary life eternity, in 100 million years all will be ok again, and the planet has several billion years to go so there plenty of time for whole new epochs and intelligent life to arise again, human civilization will be discovered and will amaze future civilizations in their capacity to pollute and destroy there own ecosystem.

    • anothervictim anothervictim

      remember smile everyone it won't hurt you if you just smile

  • DUDe DUDe

    quote : "..The findings… show that the radioactive fallout… has been poorly understood.."

    They forgot..that "poorly understood" was..


    They sprayed whole cities without knowing or consent of the population..with radioactif contamination "to see what happens"..

    But even the knowledge gained from those Dr.Mengele massexperiments on the electorate is not put to use to save the globe from their nonchalant screwups with the most deadly substance in the Universe..

    I guess those experiments where solely to improve future atomic bombs and the rest is not important enough to remember..

    Nono..gaining an important read powerfull architect position in the new world order aka global coörporate fascist squeeze machine , on a murdered planet..

    Now Thats a priority they can feel enthousiastic about..

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    The description "glass-filled soot" is exactly wrong (From the thread intro above.)
    The nano particles are more like glass-enclosed radionuclides.
    The glass is on the outside.
    Inside the glass nanoparticle are the radionuclides.
    The radionuclides do not change chemically, even in a 2,200 K nuclear meltdown fire.
    (This is why incineration of nuclear waste all over Japan is so stupid.
    Burn the isotopes up?
    Not gonna happen. 😉 )

    These nanoparticles are not water soluable.
    They are electrostatically attracted to human tissue.
    They go in.
    They don't come out.
    They stay put for the rest of your life, killing cells in all directions.
    Little machine guns spraying radioactivity in 360 degrees.
    Even one of these in your lung is lethal.
    Got mine. You have yours? You betcha!

    Mine has a gamma component.
    Meaning I can find mine, and measure the gamma, over and above normal background radiation, with my Geiger counter.
    It measures 2X background most days.

    How long before one of them bullets hits a lung cell just right to cause the dna to mutate into cancer?
    5 years? 10 years? Someday, for sure.

    So, Tepco, when I ask you the question:

    "Where is the damn corium?"

    It's because time–my time–is short.
    Tepco ain't doing didly squat at Fukushima.
    Japan must take over the "cleanup".
    If not Japan, the UN.
    If not the UN, then the USA.
    Where is Red Adair when we need him? 🙂
    Put this nuclear fire out now!!!

    • DUDe DUDe

      "..How long before one of them bullets hits a lung cell just right to cause the dna to mutate into cancer?
      5 years? 10 years? Someday, for sure.."

      The higher the number of particles the sooner you/all hit the cancer "jackpot.." 🙁

      And they made sure Fukusall will continue to serve everyone everywhere for a time longer then our microminds can comprehend..

      Another day in to the future..another dose cummulating..for thousands of years..in you And your children..and theirs if they manage to have some..doubtfully , because dna damage does not dissapears over generations , it cummulate there too..a few exceptions on that rule are noticed (if true) in a few species , but humans are Not amongst them..

      Keep smiling and wave voting flags for the croocks the duopoly puts in front..and surely all will be fine our beloved useless spineless mindless sheeple..another taxraise coming around the corner..the elite needs always more..and the importance of individual lifes of the electorate will always drop further in to irrelevance..the more people start dying..the more the fascist elite will do to speed up the process..
      Mark my words about that..

    • theworldisalie theworldisalie

      You can pick yours up huh ? 🙁

      • DUDe DUDe

        Yeah and pay taxes for it..:( And to not improve the situation..i wonder if plants letting to clean water and soil with their roots would work on these "glass"balls..that means way way more in the dust for us..and for every breathing and eating creature except plants and a few.. 🙁

  • VyseLegendaire VyseLegendaire

    Not to be a pest, but "tell us something we don't already know" is a phrase that comes to mind.

    Tokyo 2020!

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    It is probably 100% probable that there is an active civilization of sentient living beings within our own galaxy.

    Potential new planets for membership in galactic society are very probably are not contacted prior to their arrival at a state of civilization where they have thrown off the twin growing pains of pollution and war.

    If I were a member of the Galactic Federation, I certainly would outlaw contact with the human race on Planet Earth for now, and would wait to see whether the human race was capable of sheding pollution and war.

    If the human race was able to exercise control over their civilization by defeating capitalism and greed, if they sought to reclame their environment, and were peaceful with each other for, say, 200 years or so, then I, as a citizen of the galaxy, might approve of a formal contact, and would favor extending an invitation for the human race to enter the Galactic Federation as an equal partner.

    Right now, not so much. 😉

  • anothervictim anothervictim

    looks like there will be plenty of available deadly rental spaces for the upcoming olympics in the land of the dead oops i mean tokyo

    • DUDe DUDe

      The rules of the olympics game will change..no longer who is the fastest..but just who makes it to the finnish alive and on its own..if more then one..the old rule applies..

    • I think once the desaster of the Rio Okympics is over there will be a lot of changes to the Okympics system.
      I've noticed more and more msm articles posted about fuku lately. I believe they are starting to slowly…very slowly release some truths to the public about the reality of what we are dealing with. I believe that there will be no Tokyo Olympics. Too many people will refuse to go.
      I read an article a few weeks ago that I have been searching to find again but it was about a major fishery deciding to move to the Atlantic Ocean because there wasn't enough fish in the Pacific any longer and what is left is crap "because of Fukushima". I wish I could find it again!!! When I read it I thought well there you go. A major Pacific commercial fishery is jumping ship (pun intended) and have named Fukushima. This is good news and bad news but definitely news everyone should know about. Wish I could find it again to link or at least get the name of the fishery. Sigh…

  • dunkilo

    MUHAHAHA!!! As satan dances a jig around the rotten bodies and chugalugs their blood and wears intestines as a scarf!He is the king of this world as most believe isn't real.
    I do… but that's just me.

  • razzz razzz

    This type of fallout has been noted before as the last enenews.com link in this post shows.

    If they didn't find any of these radioactive glass particles emitted from Chernobyl it was probably because they did not know to look for them.

    Reminds me of asbestos except radioactive, lodges in lung tissue never to come out. At least an irritation. I wonder if these little glass houses prevent any of the radiation from escaping. Probably not.

    Also probably why Hanford's sand/glass encapsulation will not work. As the glass degrades into dust, it is a danger if released into the environment.

    • Arnold gunderson took vast control samples from the region. Why was this information concealed from the general public for so long;

      Where are the satellite feed / records;
      Was there an aetificial radiation belt?
      Were these the same particles we were breathing daily in seattle as reported by portblogger?
      Does this glass fragmentation explain the constant nose bleeds following the incident on the west coast.
      Is this only a factor of concrete intergration; or are these particles formed naturally with environmental factors?

      I am so angry with tepco today;

      Fairwinds had a responsibility as well. Where were they?
      Friendly local dentist paid shill!
      Damned them all!

      • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

        I know that Fukushima has and will kill you, as Fukushima will kill all of us in time.
        Arnie Gundersen, however, deserves your praise today, as the truth of his videos from June, 2011, is now comfirmed.
        Go easy on him.
        Arnie was the first one to bring glass enclosed hot particles to public attention
        Japan, GE, Tepco, NRC, and the nuclear industry deserve all the blame.

        • We Not They Finally

          I concur on Gundersen. He braved going to Tokyo, as well as the mountains around Fukushima, knowing the dangers. He's not perfect, but he's still a hero. He's older, he had to make a 180-turn from all his training, and he's one of the very FEW scientists willing to look this in the face at all. Give him a ton of credit!

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Yes, PUN, I agree. I remember the reports from Arnie and Marco Kaltofen, Ph.D. Their work is now vindicated. Not that it ever needed to be vindicated.

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    I suspect that these glassy particles float but I don't know for sure.

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Glass Nanoparticles of Fukushima Radiation

    They go inside of you.
    They are electrostatically attracted to your tissues.
    So, once they get into you, they never leave.
    They are not exhaled nor excreted.
    They bombard living tissues like a little 360 degree machine gun.
    They destroy cells, dna, and cause mutations.
    The result is cancer.
    10 glass nanoparticles per person per day in Tokyo.
    What, do you think, are the chances for survival of those people?
    5 in Seattle.
    What, do you think, are the chances fir survival of those people?
    One ingested hot particle can, and will, kill you.
    Got yours yet? 😉

  • cosmic charlie cosmic charlie

    Marathon runners will be hit hard. Many of them live very healthy lifestyles. Wonder how they will spin that?

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    Fukushima Radioactive Plankton, Pacific Ocean Catastrophe Update 5/25/15 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_Q4_rUlTDM

  • laconic93 laconic93

    Severe damage and disruption of tissue in the lungs are associated with exposure to these types of nuclear particles. The most relevant lung experiment is Bair’s Pu 23902 inhalation study with beagles. Twenty of the 21 dogs that survived more than 1600 days post exposure had lung cancer.

    The government recommends that the maximum permissible lung particle burden for members of the public be 0.2 hot particles, and the average lung burden for members of the public be 0.07 hot particles, a factor of 3 less than the maximum.

    5 Hot particles a day for Me and my CHILDREN in Seattle equals 150 hot particles and that doesn't include other releases.


  • In March 2013, I was sent a resin encapsulated sample of black fungus like material, for testing. It reportedly came from somewhere in the Minamisoma area of Japan. This fungus like material started growing on the concrete and rock surfaces in Japan, after the Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe. It appeared to be bio-accumulating Cesium.

    For those of you who have not looked at a chart like this before, the position of the peaks in the chart indicate which isotopes are present. I placed a pen tip next to a photo of the sample, to give people a clear idea of just how small the sample was. The black sample material only filled up around two thirds of this small sample container.,

    Full report here.


    Everyone is welcome to copy the test chart below, and make use of it where ever you like.

    The chart also has information on how much more radioactive Cesium is by weight than Potassium. Potassium is found in all living thinks including

    Cesium is an artificial substance that is chemically poisonous as well as
    radioactive. If ingested it tends to concentrate in hot spots in the body, and this causes a lot of cellular damage.


  • Silverlok Silverlok

    "…Fukushima reactor units 1 and/or 3. …" or both…Tepco, you gonna come clean about those holes in the turbine building at three after this , most precious gift that keeps on giving, bit of info about the nature of failed nukers , constant for more than the foreseeable futures, interaction with the environment? …

    oh, not right away you say?

    ,waiting for more death and environmental ecosystem disruption you say?

    looking for both a bigger broom and even bigger carpet…until the the walking dead understand whom is behind this; "containment spin"?

    A massive and insurmountable change to this planets eco-system has been unleashed BY A SINGLE PLANTS FAILURE.
    PRODUCING CONSTANT AND ONGOING 'NEW', FAILSAFE IS ONCE AGAIN NOT FAILSAFE MOMENTS at every level from the atomic to the macro-biotic.

    without a doubt we know how much and what bad men will kill for , thanks FUKU/tepcrapco ( and all your supporters ) for the example. Again I ask, what makes a good man kill ?


    Nuclear Reactor 'Core Catcher'

    .. A core catcher with a sacrificial material could be placed at the bottom of the nuclear reactor. … is to dilute the (U, Pu)O 2 molten fuel in case of a hypothetical core meltdown accident.

    …Its role is to dilute the (U, Pu) O 2 molten fuel in case of a hypothetical core meltdown accident.

    A nuclear reactor core catcher is described for containing debris resulting from an accident causing core meltdown and which incorporates a method of cooling the debris by the circulation of a liquid coolant. (U.K.)

    A special dissolution glass made of lead oxide (PbO) and boron oxide (B2O3) is placed under the reactor vessel. If molten core debris is released onto the glass, the following sequence happens: (1) the glass absorbs decay heat as its temperature increases and the glass softens; (2) the core debris dissolves into the molten glass..continued in link

    International Nuclear Information System (INIS)


  • I know this might come as a shock but reactors do not run on Caesium Just sayin . Anywho Germany chucks their food at 5 Bq/kg bless their hearts . So then now this is just me but 440,000,000,000,000 Bq/kg is that like duck and cover stuff or am I scaremongering . On the brighter side at least they can,t say there is more natural radiation than man made this time in a attempt to blow if off .

    • "So then now this is just me but 440,000,000,000,000 Bq/kg is that like duck and cover stuff or am I scaremongering."

      This problem is easily solved, it just means the government regulators will have to raise the official radiation safety limits by a huge amount again, and hope nobody notices.

      A tried and true method.

    • GOM GOM

      The subject is not how reactors 'work'. Your apparent 'steering' techniques are not lost on me. Do to the serious implications of this subject, I fully expected someone to disrupt.

      It is really a simple task to spot a shill. All one must do is listen..

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        I think he's saying there are many more toxic radioactive products to worry about than just cesium.

        It is a common subject that he covers. Don't be rude.

        While it's only one byproduct of uranium amidst hundreds or thousands, just look at how little the scientists knew about cesium. "Oh, shit. This stuff is worse than we thought."


    Such a core-catcher might contain a sacrificial material such as silica…

    So, to be factual, Fukushima..induced fission after the meltdown? Spitting out silicon-glass laden nanoparticles.. in addition to everything else..

    Tell me I'm not the only one who finds this hilarious?

  • Sickputer

    Just think of all the total nuclear complex steam white-out days and nights (far worse than a single nuclear China Syndrome event). So many videos of the steam whiteouts occurring on multiple days in 2011 and even into early 2012. Scores of days. Many hours of video censored that were probably more white-out hours. Those were the toxic aerial release days that inundated central Japan and traveled the jet-stream around the world.

    My colleages at work who viewed the white-out footage on June 10-11, 2011 asked me what it meant. I said: "Japan is toast." Now we know it's just a matter of time before the vascular tissues and organs begin giving out in hundreds of thousands of victims, then a flood into the millions.

    While the official soothing words from the Japanese government was a divine wind blew the poisons east to the amerikajin, in actuality central Japan was hit far worse. They will be coming to grips with the depopulation of many millions of Honshu Japanese.

    The governments of Japan and America will continue to deny the poisoning of their country for years beyond the 2020 Olympics. The population of central Japan is going to shrink by many millions within a single generation. Sayonara Japan!

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    "TEPCO said that in the early hours of Tuesday equipment to treat contaminated water and to cool an ice wall built to contain toxic water had stopped operating.

    It said of 30 devices used to cool the ice wall, 22 of them were in operation when the power failure occurred."

    "TEPCO claimed that there had been no change in radiation levels, but had failed to find the cause of the power failure."

    TEPCO chief apologizes to shareholders for "meltdown" cover-up as problems rumble on at Fukushima plant
    June 28 2016


    TEPCO claimed that there had been no change in radiation levels, but had failed to find the cause of the power failure.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Glass Buckyballs…

    Positively charged nanospheres of acute ionizing radiation delivery devices.

    They wont stick to you if you remain positive… 😐

    Analyses of combined prostate cancer in resected specimens by total cystectomy due to urinary bladder cancer

    Background: Presently, malignant tumours are the number one cause of death in Japan, and the number of patients with various cancers is increasing. Prostate cancer is the sixth leading cause of death in men in Japan, with a death rate of 18.9 per 100,000 men. It has been reported that rates in latent prostate cancer are 21.7%, 34.7%, and 50% for men in their 60s, 70s, and 80s or older, respectively.


    Only $31.50 for 24 hours…

    The 75th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cancer Association


  • molten core concrete interaction Ummm is a reference to consuming concrete with liquid uranium not Caesium repeat not Caesium reactor core uranium core say it real slow don,t worry you will get it . K so the uranium core liquifies and eats the cement you know broken stone gravel sand cement and water then it hits earth and you guess it it consumes broken stone gravel sand and water till its tummy is full in a 1000 years . Think of a fire pit you put logs in :O) K Now think of the fire pit as liquid Uranium it doesn,t need anything but it will consume everything that gets close to it or falls on it and puke it out as fission atoms some people say its pretty like steam at 440,000,000,000,000 Bq/kg is from according to the study's yell at them not me . But its Oh My dead man walkin Stuff hows that homeless problem you use to have Japan .

  • Not just Cesium, but thousands of different radioactive isotopes types spewing out of this monster. Refined uranium was the signal greatest radioactive contaminant by weight. It has an affinity for DNA and is an alpha emitter, so you really need to avoid inhaling or ingesting it!

    Hawaii test chart,





    Vitreous silica (fused silica glass) …. The typical lung reaction induced by chronic inhalation of crystalline silica is silicosis.

    Silicosis..Over time, exposure to silica particles causes scarring in the lungs, which can harm your ability to breathe. ..


    Metal Oxide inhalation..Zn, Fe, ect

    Metal fume fever.. as Nanoparticles?



    Some "disturbances" in the European radiological scene of late, seem rather unaffected by EU membership or lack thereof…:


  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Bananas, potatoes, Brazil nuts, etc, don't fall from the sky encased in glass.

    Extreme importance… Do not discuss on social media.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Maybe in addition to Uranium and Cesium, there are little glass balls stuffed with Curium, Americium, Strontium, Plutonium, Iodine, Cobalt, and all the rest.

    Maybe sea creatures think they are eggs and eat them.

    When using seawater as emergency cooling water, efforts should be made to avoid picking up sand.

    Maybe the nuclear scientists do not know what they are doing.

    A funny thing happened while waiting for new technology stuff to be invented; The contamination invented new technology to kill us all.

    With little glass spheres mixed in ocean sand, sand may move around more. Dana Durnford said grains of sand could be flipped by nuclear decay energy. The ocean floor may become less suitable for tiny sea life. Maybe the little spheres pile up like snow drifts. Some should study tiny fish shit to see what's making them sick.

    Oops, social media just chatting it up.

    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

      " Dana Durnford said grains of sand could be flipped by nuclear decay energy."
      I would think so.

      Enhanced uptake in soil materials

      "As mentioned above, previous studies have suggested that Cs ions are fixed preferentially at frayed edges of weathered mica. However, our experimental results using FIB indicate that this observation does not apply at Fukushima. One reason maybe that these weathered biotites are so porous (Figure 9a) that the solutions bearing radioactive Cs infiltrated rapidly into the cleaved zones spaces by capillary action."


  • unincredulous unincredulous

    How bout Tritium in glass balls, is that happening?

    How much little glass cesium balls are in the 30 million cubic meters of bagged nuke waste?

    How much glass could glass chuck chuck if a glass chuck could chuck glass.

    Oops, forgot not to discuss it.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    I guess the little balls are tiny enough to be up in the stratosphere? How would that affect global warming?

    Maybe Dana Durnford is right about Typhoon Haiyan being caused by Fukushima radiation. Imagine if you were in 145 mph winds with little glass cesium balls blasted into your skin.

    Oh no, what have I done? I discussed it again! Please forgive me. I continue to discuss it.

  • Sol Man

    500 trillion bq/kg makes it so there is well enough for everyone.

    The dosed toast.

    Data gaps, there is no hiding in the Swiss Alps or anywhere else. The numbers always increase so what will the next reported amount be?

    I fail to comprehend why humans would want to plot the death of the entire planet. Perhaps it is not a human trait at work here.

    • Angela_R

      "I fail to comprehend why humans would want to plot the death of the entire planet. Perhaps it is not a human trait at work here."

      Surely the folly of wo/mankind is that we are often drawn out by our own desires and do not look to consequences.
      Like you Sol Man, I also mused – could some force have lead us on to destruction…
      But we had a choice, what choice/s did we make…

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Perhaps this is close to the reality:

    The Galactic Federation, if such exists, probably catalog and study developing sentient species throughout the galaxy.
    Probably most of these species die out, victims of their own mistakes.
    Things like pollution, warfare, disease, greed, etc.
    It may be, in fact, quite rare that an emerging planet civilization overcomes these limitations to emerge as a peaceful, sustainable, and green societies that will be welcomed into the Galactic Federation.
    Take a long view of this situation, and relax.
    We humans will either "get it" or die out.
    In the grand scheme of things, on a galactic scale, it matters little which path the human race takes on Earth.
    But, we humans can still make the right choices, and survive our growing pains of pollution and war.
    Stay tuned… 😉

  • rogerthat


    Shareholders urge utilities to end nuclear power generation

    TOKYO, June 28, Kyodo

    Shareholders urged major utilities Tuesday to abandon nuclear power generation, reflecting safety concerns lingering since the 2011 Fukushima disaster.

    However, all of the anti-nuclear proposals were turned down at shareholders' meetings of the nine power plant operators. The companies, including Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc., operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex, are seeking reactivation of their plants.

    At its shareholders' meeting Tuesday, TEPCO's recently revealed instruction not to use the term "core meltdown" in describing the situation at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex in the early days of the crisis drew criticism from shareholders, with company president Naomi Hirose apologizing over the matter.

    "I apologize for causing trouble and anxiety," Hirose said at the meeting.

    Referring to the incident, one shareholder said, "It was a cover-up. I am infuriated. All nuclear reactors should be scrapped."

    Some shareholders of Kyushu Electric Power Co. demanded the utility halt operations of its nuclear reactors after the Nos. 1 and 2 units at its Sendai complex in Kagoshima Prefecture in southwestern Japan were brought back online last year. Its shareholders' meeting Tuesday was the first since the reactors were reactivated. …

    • rogerthat

      … At Kansai Electric's shareholders' meeting, Kyoto Mayor Daisaku Kadokawa said, "It is time to depart from nuclear power dependency by taking to heart the lessons learned from the nuclear accident at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi plant."

      Among the many shareholders seeking an end to nuclear power generation, some questioned the justification for continuing to rely on nuclear plants, while others voiced concerns over the possibility that the impact of earthquakes may exceed the utilities' estimates.

      A total of 73 proposals were made by shareholders to the nine utilities. In addition to calls to end nuclear power generation, there were also proposals to give up the nuclear fuel cycle in which plutonium is extracted through spent fuel reprocessing, a program pursued by the power industry and the government.


      • rogerthat


        Utilities reject shareholders' call to abandon nuclear power
        June 29, 2016

        Japan’s nine major electric power companies shot down renewed proposals calling for them to end their dependence on nuclear energy at their annual shareholders’ meetings on June 28.

        The top executives of each utility again stressed the importance of nuclear power and indicated that they plan to resume such operations at their plants as soon as possible.

        At the Tokyo Electric Power Co. shareholders’ meeting, President Naomi Hirose apologized for his predecessor’s instruction to employees to avoid using the term “meltdown” during the early phases of the March 2011 disaster at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.

        “I sincerely apologize for causing concerns,” Hirose said in responding to a question from a shareholder. “I promise that we will never impose silence on our employees under any circumstances.”

        TEPCO described the condition of the Fukushima reactors as suffering less serious "core damage" for two months after the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami crippled the plant. …

        • unincredulous unincredulous

          " “I promise that we will never impose silence on our employees under any circumstances.”"

          How about live streaming internet whistle blower stations all over the place, and a decontamination workers database with public monitoring for retaliation prevention?

          How about all contractors' employees recieve TEPCO benefits for health?

          How about all claims of radiation sickness be entered into the public record? With respect to privacy, of course.

          How about some public web cameras that are useful?

          How about that dead contract worker? He seems silenced to me.

          If refugees live in large doghouses, where are the workers staying?

          State secrets law should state that it does not apply to nuclear workers and nuclear health issues.

          Put your money where your mouth is, Hirose.

    • unincredulous unincredulous

      How about consideration of the toxic material doing the radiating? The nukers want to keep the conversation focused on the radiation, and to compare radiation to bananas.

      The radioactive elements are toxic, and these products will become the element lead when they reach the end of the decay chain.

  • rogerthat

    fine piece:


    Much at stake in this election

    … The LDP’s draft would introduce a constitution unparalleled in the civilized world, as it gives the state the power to interfere with individuals’ way of thinking. …

    Jiro Yamaguchi is a professor of political science at Hosei University in Tokyo.

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Given the following realities like the following list on Planet Earth:
    Failure to locate and map 3 missing nuclear molten cores after 5 years.
    Failure to ban new construction of nuclear plants, and failure to begin decommissioning 400+ nuclear power plants.
    Allowing corporate capitalism to take over governments, diminishing taxation of the wealthy, and taking the teeth out of industrial and corporate regulations.
    Abiding fools like Assad, who wage war against their own people.
    Willingness to detonate bombs in crowded places to disrupt daily life around the planet.
    Willingness to allow fools and mental cases to have arms with which to shoot up peaceful gatherings.
    Allowing wealth to accrue to a few billionaires, rather than using our resources and industrial capacity to meet the needs of all.
    On and on the list goes…

    I would suppose that long lived sentient beings throughout the galaxy wouldn't be willing to lay even odds at this moment, that the humans on planet Earth will arrive at a level of civilization that would allow them to achieve membership in the Galactic Federation during the next 1,000 years. 🙂

    • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

      Add to the list:
      When the plume reached the United States, officials failed to keep the kiddies from going outside at recess.
      Scientists avoid studies of radiation that would put their careers in jeapordy.
      Sending our Sec of State to Japan to make a deal to allow unlimited food imports into the USA without radiation testing.
      What else should go on the list?

      Even money my ass. 😉

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        Turning off radiation monitors when the plume hit. Allowing people like Wade Allison to spread nuclear safety lies.

        Denying media coverage of USS Reagan vs. TEPCO trial.

        Being dickheads

      • GOM GOM

        The [initial] radioactive plume in the atmosphere moved towards the Pacific, reached North America in FIVE DAYS and Europe in eight days, and returned over Japan around the Northern Hemisphere within only 20 days.
        Explosions 12th-15th

        17 March – INES upgrade to Level 7

        OBAMA in S. America 19 March. Flight time approximately 11 hours from DC. Putting him on Air Force One 18 March 2011.

        2 + 2 DOES equal 4 Mr. President..

  • rogerthat


    Blow to south Australian govt: BHP categorically rejects any role in nuclear waste importing

    In another potential blow to the South Australian government, which had pinned the state’s economic future on the original expansion plan, Olympic Dam asset president Jacqui McGill categorically rejected siting a high-level international nuclear waste repository on any land covered by its indenture agreement.

    We’re not a waste repository company, so that’s not in our business model and it’s not in our plans,” she said. BHP had no moral responsibility to manage waste

    BHP: Fukushima set uranium industry back for years THE AUSTRALIAN JUNE 27, 2016 Michael Owen SA Bureau Chief Adelaide A key reason for BHP Billiton’s decision four years ago to indefinitely mothball a $30 billion plan to turn Olympic Dam into the world’s biggest uranium mine was the Fukushima nuclear plant explosion rather than cost concerns, it has been revealed.

    Senior BHP executives told The Australian that although lingering effects from the global financial crisis in 2008 were used to publicly justify the 2012 decision by BHP’s board not to proceed with the original expansion plan, the real concern was the effect of the Fukushima disaster on demand for uranium and its price. …

  • rogerthat


    Risks, ethics and consent: Australia shouldn’t become the world’s nuclear wasteland
    June 28, 2016

  • rogerthat


    Beset by scandals, the state's energy regulator is facing a massive reorganization

  • Sol Man

    Leaders in the know should have warned the American People. They are guilty of crimes against humanity.

    People in a trance, thus the world was lost.

  • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade


    • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

      and I just found out that ENE censors and edited out more of my post than it published??! seriously??!! wow…. I guess it is complete now? I hope that the original owner of this site made a nice profit from selling out…. thanks again for the memories all and I will see you on the other side. BLADE OUT

  • laconic93 laconic93

    Researchers Investigate Increased Incidence of Thyroid Cancer in California

    Other potential risk factors such as radiation exposure due to decommissioned nuclear reactors or radon, air pollution, etc., should also be investigated.

    If you notice any news articles talking about cancer rates always use old data. I have yet to see any data on 2012 and up.


    Despite the lack of obvious clustering of advanced cases in any one part of the state, we were surprised to find that almost the entire state of California had such high numbers of patients presenting with advanced disease. The reasons for these proportional differences are not clear, but they warrant further investigations as they have high impact on a patient’s morbidity, mortality, quality of life, medical costs, and treatments required over the course of a lifetime.

  • We Not They Finally

    "This may mean that our ideas of the health implications should be modified“? Well, they can "modify" that right away. Just get hold of the health stats from 2011-present. Oh, I forgot. They FIRE doctors who write that radiation has ANYTHING to do with illnesses in Japan. Then they cremate the bodies upon death. I'd say that the whole bureaucratic and corporate infrastructure there can go to hell, but meanwhile untold thousands or millions are going to their graves. I pray there is "a better place" for the deceased innocents. I cannot believe that there would not be. No one deserves this.

  • 5M quake off shore — north of Sendai Bay
    just now ….
    keep an eye out today … things are poppin'

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