Investigation Chairman: “One Fukushima may destroy the whole country” — “Collapse of a whole country possible”

Published: December 20th, 2013 at 8:57 am ET
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Presentation by Professor Koichi Kitazawa, chairman of the Independent Investigation Commission on the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident and former chairman of the Japan Science and Technology Agency, ISES 2013:

Slide 23

People’s desire of de-nuclearization if possible

  • Finite risk does remain. nuclear plant not “fail safe”
  • A gigantic risk →collapse of a whole country possible + Nuclear waste negative heritage >10000yrs

Slide 27

The Empirical Rule by Kitazawa  

  • “Land Area determines for nuclear or de-nuclear” [...]
  • “One Fukushima may destroy the whole country”

View the slides from Kitazawa’s presentation here

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94 comments to Investigation Chairman: “One Fukushima may destroy the whole country” — “Collapse of a whole country possible”

  • Nick

    What do you mean by "may?"

    Seems like Has and Will mo beta.


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    • plankton_oxygen plankton_oxygen

      Yes. Mo beta. Once all the plankton are gone off of the coast of Japan and North America, there will be a great frantic migration to all corners of the earth to "escape" the effects. Biosphere collapse means the whole biosphere, not just Japan's ecological biosphere system. The whole global biosphere system will collapse, not just Japan's. This article is disgusting. Forget Japan. Japan has collapsed and most people have their heads buried in the sand like ostriches so they don't realize what has happened. They don't realize that the collapse has happened and is happening and will continue to happen.


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  • Socrates

    Ruin your own country but not ours. Oh, we take the same chance? Who is responsible? Look to who profits? Hold these people financially responsible and problem disappears. Immunize and subsidize them and problem multiplies.

    Whoever set up this system demanded and received almost total immunities from risk, took all the profits, and signed our death certificates.

    Albert Einstein was a great anthropologist. He knew evil androids when he met them. Planet of the Apes Redux.

    Sue 'em and throw them in prison as traitors for intentionally endangering their own nation (s). Nope! They will get their golden parachutes and descent from heaven while your nation's are in smoking ruins for all eternity.

    No market discipline, no lawsuits, no safety… peaceful atom is little brother to big bombs… Those can ruin the entire planet and cost trillions. Mankind could have avoided this mess right after WW Ii. That was his last chance.


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    • Socrates

      People do win the lottery, and mega meltdowns with detonation do occur. Nation's are ruined. So what? The nuclear lottery must go on. It is its own cancer like central banking. There is no other alternative e cause it is all about power, not cheap energy. But those behind the nuclear power trip will e d up destroying nation's and the entire planet. The already said, Better dead than red…

      If they cannot dominate everyone by nuclear force, they would be happy to upset the entire chessboard. We all know the personality type.

      Everyone on this planet is being held hostage. That is a mild statement. It WILL end in ALL nations being destroyed. One mistake and the hair trigger ignites the nuclear tinderbox and mutually-assured destruction happens – or one accident t at a NNP. it is a death sentence for all. They are insane.


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      • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

        Chances are a bit better than the lottery. Considering Chernobyl and Fukushima, it seems 1/439 plants goes kaput every twenty years or so. That's about a 1/2000 chance per plant per year.

        That's not a lottery, that's playing bingo. Death bingo.

        And we haven't even seen a war between nuclear power nations. One targeted or scuttled plant could destroy a nation, but 50 or 100 could be the doomsday device.


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      • We Not They Finally

        Socrates, you're clearly a good guy. You're also a lawyer. So maybe you do think that there are legal remedies to stop what has ALREADY HAPPENED.

        Me, I want to see a lot of high-profile lawsuits because then maybe the public will see the red flags. But I doubt that lawsuits will alter the system. It's way too late for that.

        In a way, it's like Arnie Gundersen, whom people pan, but they really SHOULD NOT. He's an honest broker. He's doing all that he can. He's just also a scientist. He keeps trying to put possible solutions out there, even though he knows increasingly, and acknowledges increasingly, that the world is being made toast over this.


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        • It would be nice to see every human on Earth take the closest nuclear power plant on in court; small claims, for sure.

          Those that could band together would sue as a class action.

          1 million people could certainly put in $10 a month for a legal fund; that is $10 million per month..

          How many lawsuits can be supported by that?

          How long can the nuclear industry resist?


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      • StPaulScout StPaulScout

        "Nation's are ruined. So what? The nuclear lottery must go on."

        I think this is a single event that will end with virtually all life forms on the planet dying from radiation exposure. Sorry to sound so morose. If Japan becomes so contaminated no human can go there, they have over 50 more reactors. And we have 74, France 50, etc. etc. etc. The lottery is now over. We lost.


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    • Bones Bones

      Just remember to not blame the ones affected by this as they are just as screwed and probably worse considering it's right there regardless of the wind direction the moment it happened because we have continual out-gassing and it blows right back on Japan too. The citizens are screwed, lied to, propaganda shoved in their face everywhere they look, but if any country is possible to get a huge anti-nuke group together would be Japan. Break their taboos and empower them to break their pathetic traditions of follow the leader and keep quiet and use your power to affect the change you want. At this point with all the knowledge we have if I were Japanese, I would just flee. It's called self-defense. You NEVER allow anyone to take from you your life, your spirit, your mind, YOU in all facets. These civilians are not the murderers. That doesn't mean there is no blame as American's are just as much to blame as are Russians, etc. but we are above that and I doubt any good-hearted Japanese would want to hurt anyone. Doesn't mean there aren't some a-hole Japanese who probably think that, but I really doubt they are in huge numbers. The responsible parties are banks, and the military, and the nuclear industrial complex which are all intertwined all just to make bombs and a shitload of money through the death of people not even born yet and will continue killing the unborn for millenia. I think the Japanese spirit was defeated, but I pray they get all the empowerment they…


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  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    "May" ..tons of uncontained radioactive material is contaminating Japan and the rest of the world..and the guy talks.."may".


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    • Socrates

      Our duck and cover days are back, Heart.

      They must feel SO powerful with the apocalyptical crisis of their own making. They are the masters of ours and their own demise.

      By the way, who would be a "nuclear engineer" unless one was fascinated with death and Russian Roulette? Give them an MAP I and you will see a personality profile of a Dr. STRANGELOVE.


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      • Socrates

        MMPI

        MINNESOTA MULTIPLE PERSONALITY INDEX

        Arnie thinks Joseph Mangano was too wild – eyed in forecasting thousands of deaths in the US. Arnie must remain CONSERVATIVE. He is an expert witness in litigation. He must appear to be balanced. Maggie, his wife, speaks more freely.

        Arnie likes Steven Wing as an epidemiogist because he is CONSERVATIVE. But in matters of public health we MUST err on the side of being on the safe side. CONSERVATIVE predictions mean more latitude for risks to be taken for profit, and therefore more deaths. That is not being CONSERVATIVE.


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      • Bones Bones

        I don't live by fear. It consumes you. No "terrorist" will scare me into giving up my rights, life, liberty, etc. They make boogeymen all the time except this is a REAL boogeyman and it MUST be stopped. Japan's government must be too stupid to think that China or some other country won't take advantage of this through military action or through economic action (Which is their every right and I don't blame them.) because this accident is still going on. If these idiots who run that country understood what a real national security risk was, then they would be ALL OVER FUKUSHIMA FROM DAY ONE! Remember their impotence and that they need gangs to insulate and protect them from the ones they own and control. Those are the weaklings, the betas, that run Japan. Now it is time for the Alphas to awaken and take the power of the people and end this mess for Japan's sake and the worlds. Open up international help and stop being a BITCH. Japan, inc. is so scared it's so obvious.


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        • ManWithThePlan ManWithThePlan

          You're totally right about one thing – all the Japanese government needs at this point to completely topple their crappy little regime that they've built up (over the last 2 decades especially) is one little push from the people.


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  • Nick

    Japan.

    How will history treat this country?

    Won't the world come to detest Japan?

    Oh yeah, I forgot, that's why the US is helping them increase their military presence and in favor of the new secrecy law.

    Get ready.


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    • We Not They Finally

      They are moving towards "no more Japan." Then it may not matter what history thinks.

      But yes, the U.S. has become a despicable player in this — probably from the start, given that cover-up, suppression, and re-written "safe" levels of radiation, is all we have ever gotten.

      Now if only the big "They" would come out of the closet. So we could finally condemn the (for all we know) alien reptiles who have done this with glee so they could breathe methane and happily absorb radioactivity forever.

      If only we even knew who "the enemy" was. Japan will disappear, and history will be past caring. But somehow the "They" will remain.

      Disheartening!


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    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Japan is a direct result of war and is an occupied country.. :(

      Blame not the japanese..blame the occupiers please.


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      • Bones Bones

        In my experience, every country has the "rich" who steal and lie and cheat to get the insane wealth and monopolies they have and codify it in law so most braindeads don't think their criminals because law that was paid for. lol Japan has it's own nuclear industrial complex and MIC all intertwined like America. Seems both gov'ts are at fault and don't forget EVERY SINGLE country with a nuclear reactor is a threat to ALL.


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      • Emmanuel Truthseeker Emmanuel Truthseeker

        Just as the several united states are an occupied country; occupied by a foreign agent; the District of Columbia.

        The puppet masters have done an awesome job hoodwinking people into giving up their lives in the sad countries where the parasitic Rothschild's virus has set up its various collection agencies under the guise of a government bank and tax collection departments. These parasites belong to an international organization calling itself Zionism which is seeking to impose a new world order on everyone who is not a member of their tribe. These creatures are heavily involved with the nuclear power industry and R&D into nefarious schemes wherewith they can use that industry to Fuk up the world. Remember, it was 'those' people who invented the nuclear bomb and dropped such devices on civilian populations. These very same people were behind the fire bombings of Dresden and Tokyo. They are obsessed with holocausts and have subjected Gentiles to fiery deaths by the millions over the years they have infected the world body politic. Here are some numbers for you to contemplate: 1917 – 1957, USSR, between 65 – 135 million Gentiles murdered by them. Mao Zedong and his Communists murdered between 40 and 60 million people in China. Remember, Communism is the fabrication of Jewish minds. Now these very same people are subjecting the entire world to a nuclear holocaust with: DU, hundreds of leaking nuke plants, chem trails and HAARP manipulations. We have to stop them.


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  • Nick

    Don't think for a moment that the PTB know how bad things are.

    Believe me, preparations are being made for global insanity and strife.

    That will be Japan's fate, then the rest of the northern hemisphere.

    The cards are on the table. Turn them over. Like what you see?


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    • unincredulous unincredulous

      Back in the 70s, it was very popular to have the black velvet posters, often featuring mushrooms; they were best viewed under a black light.

      Now, in the 10s, you don't need a black light to view glowing mushrooms. Thanks, nuclear industry, you are saving us the cost of running black lights and boiling water at the same time. You clever multi-tasking geniouses are bringing great things to life. (and death, too, so I guess you are multi-multi-tasking)


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  • Sol Man

    Terminate all immunity laws for those that hold all of humanity ransom. This includes those that set up the blood-money ponzies and fiat schemes.


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    • Bones Bones

      Much love! lol Thanks Sol Man. I think it's time we empower ourselves and end the defeated attitude. People have listened to the propaganda and many, and I mean MANY, are not believing a single word of their outright lies and misdirection anymore. That opens a GIANT opportunity.


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    • Emmanuel Truthseeker Emmanuel Truthseeker

      Indeed. The people responsible must be arrested on sight in every country in the world. For those of you living near where these monsters show up have to arrest them and drag them into the international court and charge them with MASS MURDER. When found guilty, as they most assuredly will be, they have to be hanged on public television for the entire world to see. Or shot. Or perhaps, guillotined, as that seems to be a method spoken of for a while now in some quarters on the web, that being apparently a method planned for a large segment of the American population. I had already read about the importation of said devices ten years ago. It has been more recently confirmed. So, not only do 'they' want to kill us with radiation; if any are left alive, the rest may well be dispatched quickly, using gravity to do the job and saving electricity which would otherwise have to be used to run pumps and fans for a gas chamber, volts for the electric chair, or lights by which the injector can see the veins into which to insert his deadly needles.

      The earth generates electricity. Nathan Stubblefield figured out in the late 19th century how to tap into undisturbed ground with copper electrodes, which after trickle charging, dispensed huge amounts of electricity with which he lit up entire fields.

      Nikola Tesla's lab was burned down by Rothschild's agents, J.P. Morgan and Alva Edison. Had Tesla or Stubblefield been successful we would never have gone nuclear.


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  • Grampybone Grampybone

    1 Fukushima will starve the entire Pacific Ocean. All life forms that feed on it will be unable to do so within 9 months. 3 Reactors is a massacre of land creatures within the area as well. Atmospheric ionized core melt emissions from material under containment. The hibachi has just started.


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    • Emmanuel Truthseeker Emmanuel Truthseeker

      There are six reactors at the Dai-ichi facility. Only 80 some rods have been removed from one damaged reactor; with more than a thousand left to be removed. If an accident happens during the rod removal process it is highly possible a chain reaction will occur, as has already been mentioned, as you all know. Well, once one goes, the resulting explosion will spread to the other reactors and the entire place will go, KABOOM! We are on the very edge of a precipice. Hence, I am making the most of my days. I am publishing another book. My son and I are spending lots of time together laughing and having fun. I talk to my daughters on the phone and my grand children. Every day is a blessing and I walk about spreading good cheer and cautioning people in the grocery store to be aware of the situation and stay away from Pacific sea food.

      I have a bad feeling about the KABOOM factor, hence, I am making every day we have left, special and meaning full. There is nothing I can do to stop the 'leak'. Hence, I might as well make the best of it; put on a brave face and celebrate my 62nd Christmas. The day after I will be 63. Wow! That went fast.

      I am blessed. I have lived three life times, according to people who have heard my story. I expect to live some more, but may have to consider doing it in Chile. The Rockies don't do much to hold back radiation. It is likely snowing extra 'sparkly' snow here in Alberta. I don't have a geiger counter; and the government…


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  • Mack Mack

    jump-ball posted a link to an incredible website of a woman who rides her motorcycle around Chernobyl and the Ukraine, taking photos and radiation readings and documenting what she sees, smells, sense, feels, hears, knows…

    The devastation that the photos show speak volumes.

    This is probably the most valuable record of the reality of a nuclear meltdown that exists.

    Her commentary is also very informative.

    I can't recommend it enough, if you want to get the gist of the true horror and surreal and painful reality of a nuclear meltdown.

    http://www.angelfire.com/extreme4/kiddofspeed/index.html


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  • Crash2Parties Crash2Parties

    One Fukushima, or Fukushima-One?


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  • Kassandra

    This analysis linked by Enenews claims Fukushima emissions were 1/7th Chernobyl.

    LIES, LIES, LIES

    The eco-system collapse that is now underway will reveal the nuclear mafia's global deception.


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    • Questionit

      Kass, it's called minimizing. Minimize what has happened to date, remove liability for the crimes but at the same time tell people what terrible things will happen if money is not given to corporations so they can make changes.

      Arnie "Minimizer in Chief" Gundersen is expert at that. They will not admit the corium is exposed or in the ground. Arnie will not discuss that subject at all.

      These people, including Arnie, will use the crisis to help divert funds for attempting to contain the disaster into the pockets of favored corporations where they will disappear without effective results. And just as Arnie and his group are keeping a lid on the true information of what has already happened, these corps. will not let the truth out, even as the ocean dies.


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      • ManWithThePlan ManWithThePlan

        I think that it may be a bit more complicated than that unfortunately.

        It would be assuring to think that somebody like Arnie Gundersen is not saying something due to personal choice. However, I think that it has a lot to do with his standing in the public eye, so to speak. As another poster has pointed out, he has to remain more conservative in order to be taken seriously by other experts (proper, well-meaning experts, not nuke-shills, who may be in the process of deciding for themselves what and whom they want to believe).

        It's very easy to just mouth off about 'the end times' and how we should 'hang the rotten CEOs', and how we should 'take back the power', etc. Hell, I do it all the time myself; which is exactly why I am grateful for somebody like Gundersen with his sober reasoning and suggestions, at a time when we should be forceful, but remain levelheaded about the whole situation. I know that this may come off as passive or weak, but I firmly believe that what he is doing is to everyone's benefit – namely education, not so much political activism, that will come later. Another Alex "The Russians Are Coming!" Jones we don't need, with his Fukushima neuron rays and his satanic alien cults. That man is proabaly doing more harm than good by being so impulsive, but I guess that, at this stage with the Fukushima crisis, any publicity is good publicity.

        Believe me, political upheaval is only a matter of time. Why do you think the USSR collapsed?…


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        • ManWithThePlan ManWithThePlan

          Economics and human rights violations aside, I'll give you a hint: it has an exclusion zone, and unedible food/undrinkable water to this day.

          Japan is going through the same motions – first comes the disaster (ongoing scenarions in both cases); then the cover-up; then finally a change of power with a subsequent national mentality in which people, let's just say, will never look the same at their own government.


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        • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

          " As another poster has pointed out, he has to remain more conservative in order to be taken seriously by other experts"

          And which experts..does Gundersen agree with?
          Not just implication…. conditions?


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  • Seeker

    http://rense.gsradio.net:8080/rense/special/rense_Shimatsu_121613.mp3

    The info in this report has not been covered here. Yet
    it is VITAL.

    Examples: apocalyptic extinction cult represented in Jap legislature, Ministry of the Environment. Influenced the new secrecy law. "It's like having Cs Manson in the WH."


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    • We Not They Finally

      Love what Rense does about Fukushima, yes. But he also gave a daily radio program to David Duke, former Grand Dragon of the KKK. And the anti-Semitism reeks. Just a few weeks ago, they did a "Jew Wednesday." (I kid you not.) Full of "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" and other trash.

      So we're glad for what Rense does with Fukushima. It's a huge public service. We listen every Monday night, third hour. It's just not all there is.

      Unfortunately this country, being steeped in racism, anti-Native American, anti-Semitism from the start, may not fare well in crisis. We have a bad history of deliberately turning people against each other. We're taught that life is about competition, not cooperation. It was supposed to be "the American Dream," but it does not seem to have morphed into that, does it?


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  • We Not They Finally

    This headline seems to be TOTALLY MISLEADING. The bought-and-paid-for chairman of that so-called "investigation" said there is nearly NO chance of what's already happened, to happen!! The NPP's are "not fail safe"?? "Not fail safe"?? They ALREADY failed! It is UNSAFE FOREVER!!

    He's "reassuring" the public that the chance of WHAT HAS ALREADY HAPPENED is barely even probable in 10,000 years??!!

    Admin is usually excellent about headlines. This one needs to be re-written.

    And what the crap does "Independent" mean at the head of the Commission's name?


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  • Angela_R

    Has this been posted? http://jciv.iid.net/map/
    The reading for Fukushima on 19th Dec. shows as 138,000 nSv/h,
    there is no reading for 20th…
    Perhaps they are checking validity of that reading


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    • Tiza Tiza

      Angela,

      I can't get the link to work. Also, if you know, is that count, 138,000 nSV/h bad? I'm trying to learn about this stuff now. Hate it that I have to work, so I don't have a ton of time right now.

      Thanks


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      • We Not They Finally

        Me, I'm clear that it is "bad" — like REALLY bad. I just don't know that the "n" in "nSv" stands for. There is millisieverts and microsieverts — I don't know what would start with "n." Thanks.


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        • Angela_R

          I believe nSv, stands for nanosievert, which is smaller again than microsieverts. The comparison readings on the map are interesting..


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        • We Not They Finally

          Ok. I found a converter on the web. the 'n" stands for NANO. It's NANO-Sieverts.

          The coverteer would not accept an outlandish number like 138,000! But it did accept 138, so we can multiply that by 1,000:

          138 nano-sieverts per hour is 1.3 millisieverts per year. So 138 THOUSAND nano-sieverts per hour is 1,300 millisieverts per year.

          Before this all happened, 20 millisieverts per YEAR was supposed to be the limit for nuclear workers — for the general population, just 1, or maybe 2. Then they raised the "acceptable" limit to 20 millisieverts per year for everyone, including children (who are way more radio-sensitive than adults.)

          This is 65 times that. Times the so-called "allowable limit" which is way too high to begin with. Plus undoubtedly, they are just measuring one type of radiation, and it's all external — does not factor in ingested radioactive particles at all. All combined sources of radiation that people are being bombarded with would be WAY higher than that measurement.

          Also remember that you only have to ingest ONE "hot particle" which lodges inside and creates "an internal emitter," to wind up with cancer years later on.


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          • Tiza Tiza

            Thanks for the rundown. I was fixing to look it up. But I was reading what is finally on Fox News about the Navy sailors that are ill.


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          • byron byron

            Higher than 138 nanosieverts (not thousands) is showing on many locations on the US map at NETC.com when they report Gamma readings, or is it when they report stations that don't measure in Gamma readings? Some locations report in at 10 to maybe 13 counts per minute. Is that the same measurement or does it relate to the many stations that report in with Gamma readings in the Hundreds? Which stations are using nanosieverts?
            ..
            (By the way, I know the reading at the middle of Fukushima 1 is at 138,000 it's been up to around 149,000 at times, but find it difficult to understand how anything could be reported truthfully.) At the moment I'm just trying to understand the units and which kind of reporting stations they would relate to over here in the US on the NETC map. Is it the Gamma readings or those who don't specify the units, (for example the two stations in Portland, Oregon.) The ones that don't specify the units measure in Tens or Twenty or so units, while the Gamma stations measure in the Hundreds?


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        • Wright South West Wright South West

          I believe that stands for Nanosievert per hour which sounds smaller than a millisievert.


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  • Tiza Tiza

    Thanks, Angela. I don't understand the numbers yet, but it sounds pretty bad.


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  • Angela_R

    Is a count of 138,000 nSv/h bad? I'll leave that answer to an expert. Mind you, I suggest that a query on such a reading is necessary.


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    • Wreedles Wreedles

      138,000 nSv/h = 138 microSv/h = 0.138 mSv/h = 0.000138 Sv/h

      It's bad.


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      • byron byron

        See previous comment/question I made. Tower near number 1 was measuring 10 Sieverts (is that per hour?). But you have decimal places in front of how many Sieverts per Hour at a location right next to the tower? Trying to understand how this measuring thing works. Maybe we should have some kind of info here on ENENEWS explaining measurements and what the numbers mean. See my previous message in this thread for my question about the reported measurements on NETC and how they relate to the 138 Thousand right in the middle of Fukushima.


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  • We Not They Finally

    I loved the old Star Trek episode (from the original series) where they came on a culture who had set up extermination chambers for their own people. They would periodically draw random lotteries and those chosen reported for death. They said that the other side of the (would-be-openly-warring) planet did the same thing. They said that, yes, it cost lives, but it prevented "a REAL war." They could just quietly agree to be exterminated incrementally. Then there would not be all the mess of confronting an open attack openly.

    It looks a little like our planet by now. Except that there is no "other side" who has agreed that the extermination should be mutual. But we don't see the weapons. No knives, no guns, no swords. We just quietly absorb what no one seems to have the power, the force, the money, the press, to confront OPENLY.

    When Rachel Carson wrote "The Silent Spring" back in the 60's, it was Nature who was UNABLE to cry out. But we are HUMANS. It is more and distressing that we do not seem to have the power, the will, the conviction to SCREAM.


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  • Seeker

    It's an ad hominem to discredit Shimatsu's bombshell info
    because he is hosted by Rense. I know you know that, I am just disappointed not to see any discussion of the cult.

    Shimatsu also said there has been underground corium / plutonium "Mach" activity SINCE OCTOBER, accounting for the higher rad readings.


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  • Nick

    netc.com is showing a spike over NY State

    The ionizing radiation is sure to add to the insanity that is…..

    (OT)
    http://www.pressconnects.com/article/20131218/ENT/312180024/Rutabaga-Curl-ready-return-Ithaca-Farmers-Market?nclick_check=1

    To think we have come to this, the pillar of creation, a bunch of morons rolling turnips!


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  • Angela_R

    I've been checking out the Beta gross count for Fresno and see that it has been spiking, on and off, for a couple of months; http://www.enviroreporter.com/radnet-air-monitoring/california


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  • Tiza Tiza

    Found this at Rense.com. It's a good chart showing radiation doses, then explains sieverts. Just now found it, so I have a lot to look at.

    http://xkcd.com/radiation/


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    NEVER WAS A FIX FOR MELTDOWNS. EVER.

    Unbelievable, but true.


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  • Daisy207

    Once the phytoplankton are dead and can't produce any more oxygen from all the CO2 that Al Gore worries about – we will all either have to learn to experience photosynthesis or we will just quietly become oxygen depleted – I understand its not too painful – you just go to sleep – which will be a blessing for those suffering from cancer pain. There is no fix for this situation. And I'm getting tired of hearing about only Cesium – how about plutonium, Strontium and uranium and rare gasses- how about some data on actual concentrations in mg/l or mg/m^3 in water and air for the specific metal and gas components – the radiation emissions reported could be from any source. I'm sure someone is going to make money off of all of this – but when there is nothing left to buy what good is it? Our dollar is such crap now it might as will have Bill Clinton's picture on the front and read "trust me".


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    • ManWithThePlan ManWithThePlan

      -Sigh- There you are reminding me about osygen depletion and the dying ocean again…
      Yeah, I can't believe that I'm saying this as if it's a new norm or something, but plutonium is a real bitch, not that pesky cesium.


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  • Socrates

    Steven Starr, MT (ASCP), is a medical laboratory scientist at the University of Missouri, with expertise in nuclear proliferation and environmental impacts, and is also a senior scientist at Physicians for Nuclear Responsibility. His speech entitled, "Implications of Massive Contamination of Japan with Radioactive Cesium" was given at the Cinema Forum Fukushima symposium in New York City March11-12, 2013. The event was co-sponsored by the Helen Caldicott Foundation and PNR.

    Airborne Radioactive Particles in North America WILL affect children.

    I will post tomorrow. Most depressing video I have ever seen. My own lab man (a friend) committed suicide. I now understand why. We are being lied to. Period.

    Seafood, Water, Dairy Products, and Meat. Beware.

    Posted at Forbidden Knowledge TV.


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    • ManWithThePlan ManWithThePlan

      I have only to hear Dr. Caldicott's name and I immediately know without watching the presentation that it has merit.

      I'm sorry to hear about your friend. It sounds like he was both a good person and a good scientist if he understood the implications of this disaster (and wecould really use some good scientists with a firm grip on ethics right about now).


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    • artika rama

      My condolances about your friend . Very true what manwiththeplan says .
      I would like to see that video too .


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  • name999 name999

    Rakingmuck had posted a link to a presentation by the International Press Association (?) begun in 1945. It was taped in Japan. A panel presentation focused on a woman from Fukishima, who read a statement about a lawsuit that I believe thousands of people from Fukishima were pressing against TEPCO. It was very detailed in the array of suffering that has harmed many. I wonder how many lawsuits have been filed in Japan already. This is the news the Japanese government is really repressing now…


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  • Mats

    as one chernobyl ruined the ussr. Said gorbatschow.
    Not only the economic impacts but that the people was lied at.
    and fukushima will ruin japan.


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