Map shows Fukushima fallout in U.S. — Radiation dose in Northeast and Great Lakes equal to West Coast (GRAPHIC)

Published: January 29th, 2014 at 7:40 pm ET
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Global and local cancer risks after the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant accident as seen from Chernobyl: A modeling study for radiocaesium (134Cs & 137Cs), Nov. 29, 2013: […] The highest deposition was found in the pixel of Fukushima (in the range of MBqm²), where deposition exceeded the contamination limit affecting an area with more than 9 million inhabitants. In the West USA the deposition was found between 100 and 500 Bq m² decreasing to the East. For the South-west USA, Wetherbee et al. (2012) reported that the deposition of 137Cs was 30–240 Bq m² and 2–46 Bq m² for 134Cs, which is in the same order as in our calculations (Fig. 1). The same investigators reported a deposition of 137Cs in Alaska to be 16–27 Bq m² and around 55 Bq m² for 134Cs similar to those presented here (50–100 Bq m²). In the rest of the US they measured 137Cs between 1 and 45 Bq m² and 134Cs between 1 and 3 Bq m², which are close to ours (50– 200 Bq m²) […] According to the French Institute of Radioprotection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN, 2012) approximately 73 radionuclides were released after Fukushima. Therefore, one might argue on the low impact concluded in our study claiming that only radiocaesium has been studied instead of the 73 radionuclides emitted. […]

(L) Global cumulative deposition of radiocaesium (134Cs and 137Cs) after the Fukushima NPP accident at the end of 2011.
(R) Annual effective dose from radiocaesium exposure due to inhalation, surface deposition and fallout transport.

Scientist Marco Kaltofen found areas with considerably higher radiocesium deposition than 500 Bq/m².  See: University Researcher: Portland-area topsoil with up to 8,000 pCi/kg of cesium from Fukushima -- Over 10,000% higher than highest levels found by UC Berkeley

See also: All of Western US and most of East Coast, Midwest, Canada covered with airborne particles at various altitudes on March 20, Fukushima plume model shows -- Based solely on Reactor No. 1 explosion (PHOTO)

Published: January 29th, 2014 at 7:40 pm ET
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145 comments to Map shows Fukushima fallout in U.S. — Radiation dose in Northeast and Great Lakes equal to West Coast (GRAPHIC)

  • Nick

    When a nuclear reactor goes awol, all life on earth suffers.

    Fukushima = 3

    So we are screwed three times worse than we thought.

    Great.

    Like I didn't know this shit already.


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    • Now add the spent fuel pools.

      now add the coriums, spilling their guts into the ocean and air, plus via steaming bldg #3, or whatever is left of it.

      Now add the burning of radioactive high level waste all over Japan.

      Now add the rivers pouring the concentrate into the ocean

      Now add the recirculation of all of the above and concentration via food and drinks, up into the human species globally.


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  • Nick

    None of you reading this blog has any clue what lies ahead.

    Trust no one. Use your instinct.

    Me? Hell, I have been pissed about Fukushima since day one.


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    • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

      nick…I think I have some idea about the future….but do you have personal experience?

      -peace


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    • Questionit

      What the H are you talking about. They love us and will protect us. They shielded us from the BP spill, they used their experts to prevent people from contamination from nuclear bomb testing, with all the spying in the US any info about negative fuku effects will be rooted out and disclosed, scientist are different that the common man and have been proven to be ethical and search for the truth regardless of funding or career(tobacco scientist), the FDA and EPA work for us, We Have A Constitution and Bill of Rights and it cannot be violated thus have no fear! The people in the govt or military will stand up and protect us when needed.

      Further, Those videos and pictures of US soldiers being forced to march toward a nuclear bomb plume are fake, the kids shot at Kent State were terrorist, Obama's smell testing of gulf seafood is effective science, the disclosures that the govt actually sprayed population centers to test effects are false or all those activities are now disclosed, members of the military revolted and protected their comrad's exposed in nuclear testing just as they and their officers did for the recent sailors exposed to fuku, people kill themselves by shooting themselves twice often, when shot in back of the head the head goes backward, this country has never ever rounded up groups and confined them in camps while taking everything they had.

      Accidents will be happening. What they do is going to blow your mind or body or both apart.


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    • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

      speak for yourself Nick, I've been on this since day one and INCLUDING ENEnews's "Inauguration Day". I spent 322 days with my wife related to her cancer diagnosis & treatments that began very suddenly & quickly on Valentines Day 2012.Many children who began their own chemo,surgery & radiation "therapy"(uggh!) AFTER my wife's began have also already died,not even to mention the other family members & friends who died from cancer,etc. that had a lot of unanswered questions & circumstances I wouldn't expect to get answeres to from the people manning the machines with the GE/Toshiba logo affixed to them! Why would people reading this blog not have a clue?? It seems to me that it's the opposite-since those who don't have a clue aren't likely to be here in the trenches with those of us who have more of a "clue" than I hope you EVER KNOW??!! Nuthin' personal,but I may not be a nuclear physicist or even hold a college degree,but I take in & learn "on the job" since I HAD TO & still IMO have only gotten my "Associates Degree" because "round #2" begins with my wife's remaining breast removal along with her ovaries and 4 more lymph nodes next month! I failed to mention having "issues" of my own which I was in "denial" about & thought was a "false" detection or had "gone away"(?)!! I learned that was not the case since the problem is back & I'm pissing/shitting blood(?)! :| I hope you don't have similar "clues" though & Good Luck/Best Wishes to you just…


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      • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

        cont'd~the same! TAKE CARE & keep on keepin' on!….


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        • or-well

          Johnny Blade, I just want to say…
          I've always felt I'd be honored to fight beside you.
          Good Luck and Best Wishes to YOU and yours.
          or-well


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          • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

            THANK YOU or-well and anne! I'm proud to be a part of this great group of caring people and I've always considered both of you honorable and desrving of the utmost respect for the selfless commitment to see this fight through until the end of the Nuclear Age or until it "ends us"! :( I don't have to be asked or even thanked for what I do per my caregiver duties since I try to help ANYONE in need whenever I can although I'm trying to "ignore"(?) some stuff happening to me personally now after I'd thought it had "cleared up" on it's own via lifestyle changes that brought on about 4 months of feeling better than I had in a long time.Maybe it's "denial"? Whatever the case,I have the same sentiment as you anne when it comes to conventional cancer treatments ESPECIALLY the radiation treatments part! I just want to ease my loved ones suffering & give her every chance of being nursed back to health & help as many people as I can however I can WHILE I can now. I'm not a fan of the kind of "life" GE/Tepco,etc. & their kind has left in their wake.The thought of even a remote possibility of outliving either of my 2 children & burying them has dulled my own will to live beyond my useful days although I'd try my damndest to be a thorn in the nuke-pukes side even if I was lying in a bed in hospice myself!There's much more to my story leading up to what some may consider a poor attitude in any event but I got to this place via the same hands that brought us 311! TAKE…


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      • VanneV anne

        I'm very sorry, Johnny, for all you are going through. You are to be commended for your faithfulness and care for your wife. May you find peace.


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      • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

        p.s.,I meant to say 322 days "at the hospital" with my wife since she was stricken with cancer"-tomorrow will be #323….


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      • Homolumina Homolumina

        Thank you for sharing your heart Johnny. I am with you in the trenches, eternally grateful to have found this resource here at enenews. Thank you to all of you from the bottom of my heart. It is comforting in the horrific face of what is going on to be part of this non BS community. For one, because of the information and education I am getting here, for having a web site I can refer people to, and then for being together here with people on the same page, and sometimes share a heart. We are all together in this, and I am pouring much much love – NOW – and always in this container – thank you all.


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    • whatamessa

      Nick, Pissed off is putting it mildly!!!The total disregard that governments are seemingly displaying to it's citizens,and citizens of the world is unbelievable and heartbreaking. If it is true that our government is not monitoring radiation levels in food/water etc. then that is criminal.


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    FOLLOW THE JET STREAM . . .

    Fukushima nuclear radiation travels by wind .. see where it travels today (link below)

    http://squall.sfsu.edu/crws/jetstream.html


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    • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

      Hello TBP & newsblackout & the Group; I've been following the jetstream charts & forecasts alongside the several radiation measurements from worthwhile sources myself although I haven't seen many high readings on my own GM unit,the air pollution detector has been displaying very high readings that set off the internal alarm beginning with the last Arctic cold snap on into the present?!! I wondered if the large increase in airborne particulate matter displayed in PPM may be radioactive as well,but not the kind that would show up on a standard,pancake-tubed GM unit designed & calibrated to measure Cesium??!! :| EVERYONE'S been sick of late and we've lost a bunch of friends & family in just the past week and a half from respiratory issues and/or "unknown" but sudden causes which seemed odd to me since most of the time we'd usually hear more details about the conditions & circumstances of the deaths of people that close or known tom us??!! Their immediate families had a lot of blanks left open by the treating facilities/physicians & I'm sensing that there's "something" going on that they either don't know or won't disclose details about??!! It's not like their lifestyles or personal details would include anything they'd be embarrassed about & feel compelled to hold back from those who cared about them deeply! Seems like more "bad,bad news" is looming just over the horizon(?)!! Take Care


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      • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

        Hi JohnnyB…everyone I know has something respiratory going on to varying degrees. I am wondering about many of the same things….


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      • James Tekton James Tekton

        "EVERYONE'S been sick of late and we've lost a bunch of friends & family in just the past week and a half from respiratory issues and/or "unknown" but sudden causes which seemed odd to me since most of the time we'd usually hear more details about the conditions."

        Hey, Johnny.

        Big bless on you and yours.

        Yes, for the profits of the big pharma and the medical mafia, they yearly purposely spray all over the USA in the chemtrails a weaponized brucellosis.

        http://rense.com/general18/mcc.htm

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weaponized_virus

        http://www.mail-archive.com/ctrl@listserv.aol.com/msg101087.html

        You couple this kind of stuff, along with the live flu they mix in also, all accented with radiation, and there is anyone’s guess as to WHAT is being created in the atmosphere that eventually comes down on everyone in the entire USA. Even in Hawaii where they are suffering from a huge hit of sickness now.

        Please take garlic oil, olive oil, and colloidal silver to kill the brucellosis. Use 8/10's colloidal silver water mixed well with 1/10 oregano oil and 1/10 olive oil. Use a eye-dropper as the 1/10th measure to make about a shot glass full.

        Use one dropper a day mixed with one favorite Emergen-C for five days. Use half a dropper with one Emergen-C for the next five days. Most respiratory muck should be gone after that. Use one dropper and 3-4 Emergen-C's a week for a normal immune builder regime to stay healthy.

        .


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        • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

          @JamesT;Thank you for the kind words & info! I'd just gotten back here from posting links to ENE to Facebook and sure enough there was another death,two cardiac & respiratory attacks that have a friend & a friends dad in ICU,one getting his last rites as I type( :( ) and two more describing "Bronchitis" and picking up steroid medications for her breathing(?)!! Yes Big Pharma's profit$ are up. So are the funeral industries I'd bet?! My wife is wheezing again and couldn't even complete the first 15 minutes of her scheduled pulmonary function test(PFT) Monday before the nurse stopped the test and wrote in her file & notes to her Pulmonologist that she "didn't feel comfortable with the risk of proceeding further" and her Lymphodema PT today was cut short by an asthma attack where she needed a nebulizer/albuterol treatment before making the 30 ft. walk to our car! I'm thinking I should STRONGLY suggest she sleeps with both her CPAP machine and her O2 tonight with the O2 regulator setting bumped up to 5 or 6! I've read great things about colloidal silver and looked into many of the remedies suggested by my peers here but I'm in the unfortunate situation of being limited regarding the money,time & ability to procure & properly apply the better natural remedies,some of which I've known of & used already with some success.Maybe I can figure out how to "fix" the things holding me back at this time. THANK YOU & I'll let you know when I do though! :) TAKE CARE


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  • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

    I knew this was the case all along since March,2011 and tried vainly to point that out to my family & friends here on the southwest side of Chicago,IL with little success. Knowing that Braidwood,Dresden,Zion,LaSalle,etc.,etc. NPP's were also ROUTINELY venting & dumping their foulness during what THEY consider "normal" operations with known "cancer clusters" re; many of the communities near or downwind of these always leaking,spewing "Fukushima clones" and yet I feel guilty whenever I post & mentioned that the various plume & deposition models showed that the Midwest & Chicagoland had also gotten similar levels of "Shitium" dousings following the multiple explosions of Fukushima's reactors & fires,etc. described as if it might only be problematic for the West Coast if at all. Im far from what I consider to be "smart" & yet even I knew that the 6,125 mile trip from Fukushima,Japan to Midway Airport,Chicago,IL was EASILY made by the fallout contaminants that I feel IS directly responsible for my wife's and MOST other family & friends cancers despite the "dilution solution",& TPTB's "no IMMEDIATE danger or risk" bullshit scripts that followed explosions & logical public concern about the impacts! I'm reposting this on Facebook and don't give a shit if my "friends" are even more inclined to "shoot the messenger" or demonize me for trying to help them by spreading the God-awful TRUTH either(?)!! THANKS ENE! :|


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    • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

      johnny…hope you and yours are hanging in there.
      +1 to everything you wrote above, I have people in the mid-west who cannot believe this will effect them.


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      • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

        @newsblackout,THANKS! and I know exactly what you're talking about! It's ironic that the occasional PT work I do to make gas money & cover prescription co-payments is by running a snowblower,shoveling & throwing down salt on snow I'd PROVEN to my employer-neighbors,a couple with a landscaping/snow removal business who've quickly become two of my best & most trusted friends! I had them bring in a bit of snow they collected and put it under the mica GM-tube window & one sample even shocked me when it hit 511m/REM/hr of the 999 maximum possible full scale from a background reading that was slightly elevated at 10 when I did the "experiment"! My buddy's fiance did something that made my heart sink the next day when I saw them walking their dog and stepped out to greet them and saw her eating snow!! :| !! I explained things again and was asked to "stop" because I'd "ruined their pot buzz already" with the previous night's "experiment"(?)!! :( I wish she'd understand that it wasn't some kind of "trick" or me being "mean" since I'd been trying to explain to her that her moving away from her lifelong family & friends in Long Beach,CA was probably a good thing for her to some degree,but the various transport mechanisms and exposure pathways didn't & DON'T end at the West Coast and we got hit hard right here in the Windy City! I just KNOW now that some,perhaps MOST people have been "programmed" to ignore or react this way regarding impending nuclear doom!!…


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        • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

          So true JohnnyB…I have learned that if I want to end a phone call, I just bring up radiation and Fukushima…and suddenly there is silence, and then an excuse to get off the phone. This is actually a useful tool if you are sick of talking to someone who is into "reality" shows. I tell them, if you want a reality show go out and buy a geiger counter…. :-)


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    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Give them hell Johnny! Shout it out! We all here feel you and your families pain.

      You have always been one of the brightest on any of these pages! :) You knew right from the get go!


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    • James Tekton James Tekton

      "…my "friends" are even more inclined to "shoot the messenger" or demonize me for trying to help them by spreading the God-awful TRUTH"

      Yes, flow the anger out of you as you learn more. Use the knowledge to heal your uncertainty that fuels that fire.

      Here is something to show your friends:

      http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/800x600q90/51/graphrichlandwa.jpg

      http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/800x600q90/197/billings.jpg

      There is indisputable proof from the EPA site before it was taken down that shows there was a LOT of radiation coming out from somewhere BEFORE the earthquake bomb went off in japan.

      Is not Chicago straight down hill of the fallout pattern from these places? Think of the many years, and all the radiation added up all down this long air channel of fallout. Same same with the Los Alamos channel, and the Nevada channels. Think about all those sicknesses down hill in the long air channels from those places.

      To better understand who may fall fast, and who might live a little longer then they, ask, in the two weeks after the nuklear explosion that was discounted as no big deal on March 14th, 2011, where were they at?

      Say in Calif, the people who were outside around 4-5 days after that explosion would have been heavily exposed to the plutonium plume in the fallout. Those in the midwest, 6-8 days after, those in the mid-east, 8-10 days, and those back east, 10-13 days.



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      • SykeWar(DELETED) SykeWar

        This is one of the most important things people need to be deprogrammed over, killing the messenger. Just do what I do, "say dude, when you're in the hospital dying from radiation sickness, can I have your stuff?" :-)


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      • James Tekton James Tekton

        cont. :(

        If you or anyone you know were OUTSIDE when the major part of that plutonium plume cloud went by in the jet stream, well, lets say there is a possible chance you were mercilessly exposed, while the usurper obama and his women all went to Brazil. Talk about complicit and missing in action on the job.

        Yes, all one needs do is back track a bit and ask, where were you during that 1 to 3 week time period AFTER the nuklear explosion in fukushima, japan. If you were outside, then you may have been exposed. If you sealed in and waited it out like most here were warned to do then, you may be alright for now.

        For all we know, it might be about three years when the poisoning takes it's toll, or begins to. More homework about the historic weather and jet stream patterns from that time period would allow for a possible tracking map being made so everyone could know about when and where it was, in comparison to when and where they were at the time. The ones made at that time then, were horrible awesome as many can remember.

        We need more research and Johnny, always know all your words here will be held dear for posterity sakes as part of the ongoing study, in the ongoing holocaust. All you have to say and observe is vital, and important. Wave the flag forever and know, you are appreciated, and loved for all you do in that place where it counts the most. Goes for the whole crew here too.

        Blessings on all your doings…one day at a time.

        .


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        • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

          Thank you again JamesT & the WHOLE Group! I'm blessed to have friends like you & the guys & gals from the Group here! I really DO appreciate each & every one of you despite having to say that I honestly wish none of us had ever met under the circumstances that drew us together & force us to stand against the perpetrators of the greatest crime & injustice to life that I've ever known in my 50 yr. lifetime! No matter what walk of life we come from the cultural/social/financial barriers have been taken down and I'm proud to stand with you against this horror & abomination that goes far beyond my worst apocalyptic nightmares! It's pathetic to me that so many are willing to ignore the implications of the events initiated by 311 just for the sake of preserving the false sense of security or well-being they may be enjoying for the moment even though they're too blind to see what's really at stake here and it goes FAR beyond losing their material possessions & social standing or the risks associated with being on the nuke-puke,govt.'s shitlist. When they're sick,starving & locked in a violent struggle to survive the tattered remains of the world & THEIR shattered realities only then will they see the err of their ways & by then it will have been too late. I think what's underway & already gone too far to "fix" what they LET break and their fantasy world of being real-life "Walking Dead" players living off the loot left behind attitudes sickens & saddens me! :( GOOD…


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        • James Tekton James Tekton

          Ask, who has been tracking this all along?

          http://www.ctbto.org/

          Notice the information path that starts at :50 min in this video below. Now, who do you think is indirectly responsible for the ignorance of this ELE so far?

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5jgEXgtgEI

          If only these people would tell all. Perhaps a large majority of people could petition them to reveal the maps they made so well at the time of this event, and then suddenly covered up. We all know they surely still exist today. What does one have to do to be a member state to access this information?

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9b7PwKraaek

          Email: info@ctbto.org
          General telephone:+43 1 26030 ext. 6200
          Facsimile: +43 1 26030 5823

          .


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      • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

        I remember those graphs and also when they did away with the Beta data too! :( "Environmental Dimensions LLC",owned by a former Bush cronie & loyal govt. bootlick was awarded the lucrative contract to maintain the EPA's "RADNET" aka "SADNET" as a reward for her misdeeds as a govt. "tool". I wonder who'd head will be on the chopping block when somebody important dies or has their loved ones suffer & die as a direct result of 311??!! I think they still remove and "edit" out the errors when a scary-high reading hits alarm status?! Isn't that when "the data you sought is temporarily unavailable while being studied by researchers & scientists for anomalies & errors" or something like that! Then they later just took it all down including the "suspected erroneous data" and apologized after admitting that MOST of the RADNET stations were all broken at the time along with other misc. disclaimers I either missed or forgotten by now…what a crock of bull! :|


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  • or-well

    Hmmm. The article outline was available the first time I looked.

    It is unavailable to me on three subsequent attempts.

    Bottom line – they are vastly low-balling cancer deaths from Fuku.


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    • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

      @or-well(and obewan); I ;knew" from the get-go that it was gonna be BAD,but I thought I'd really have to dig & look hard to find statistics and/or proof that there has been an unprecedented spike in cancers that would occur. Little did I know that "I" would find this proof I'd sought or felt necessary to quell any doubt left in my mind that it would reach so far & hit so hard right here at home!! The head oncologist treating my wife was usually very thorough & willing to sit down and answer questions & concerns from us during her examinations & follow-up appointments to the particular cancer she has & the treatment plan & her chances of survival for her age group,type & stage of her cancer and "nearly" any aspects of the treatments & diet/lifestyle changes or "environmental issues that could negatively impact her chances of survival"-that is UNTIL I brought up Fukushima AND later,questions about the possible repercussions stemming from the radiation treatments at such high levels arising and/or decreasing her lifespan via "new" cancers as a result(?)!! I bet you can guess how quickly the mood changed & a sense of nervous discomfort emerged in place of her usual smile & pleasantries! I did catch up to her later in the hallway outside the chemo infusion center and told her that I could fill in the blanks she'd left me with by using her body language & her "walking away" amidst my line of questioning and thanked her for everything else & I turned & walked away…


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      • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

        cont'd; I bet that the only pressure TPTB & their nuke-puke sponsors has been coming from Dr.'s treating the hidden explosion of new cancer cases emerging post-311??!! I've seen for myself how the oncology & related hospital wings have had to be expanded with extra staff added to compensate for what they had in place to deal with cancer before & is no longer adequate for the caseloads now flooding through their doors!! IMO, the medical community won't be able to keep up at the rate being seen or expected in the near future and they may be our "front-line soldiers" when it hits the fan because Johnny Blade's "gut-feeling" & intuition just won't even raise an eyebrow among the political puppets who haven't yet seen the level or type of pressure from professional's dealing with the consequences of their pet cash-cow's biggest FUKuP EVER??!! I guess time will tell,but do we have that much time left??!! :| I gotta tend to my wife but I'll be back! ;) TAKE CARE


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    • Shaker1

      I can view the abstract and also the outline. It's too bad that one can't see citations of attributions for their data. Remember, it's also a model for cancer rates, and the map above on the left cites the end of 2011 only. We're a full two years and change farther along. I don't see how this is particularly useful.

      Johnny, I've read your things from time you began to post here. Never commented, but the suffering of your loved ones and yourself deserve a thread all their own. My best to you and them.


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    • As we suspected, they're not only low-balling the numbers, they're ignoring 72 other dangerous radionuclides. (I thought it was more than 72 – more like 250 different isotopes). In other words, our new so-called "safe" and "low-level" (background) radiation is not the same in consistency as the background radiation we had before 311.

      "According to the French Institute of Radioprotection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN, 2012) approximately 73 radionuclides were released after Fukushima. Therefore, one might argue on the low impact concluded in our study claiming that only radiocaesium has been studied instead of the 73 radionuclides emitted."


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  • M Curie M Curie

    Don't know if Nick has had personal experience, but I have. Papillary cancer of the thyroid and two generatons of autistic kids. And that's only from "experimental" X-ray targeted at the thymus gland in the 1940s.


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  • Jebus Jebus

    Do you see an elephant?

    Nope, I only see an elephants tail.

    I only see an elephant's foot.

    I only see an elephant's trunk.

    I only see an elephant's eye.

    Whats that smell?

    Anybody see an elephant?

    Not me, I only remember an elephant…


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  • American Phoenix57

    Congrats to his royal Admin ENEnews just broke 20,000! round of applause. clap clap clap clap. . .


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    • tsfw tsfw

      NICE! It feels like only yesterday it was in a plateau of about 500 for what seemed like forever. Morning is breaking.


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    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

      very cool! I looked at the number over the weekend and wondered how long it'd take to rollover. Very cool indeed!!!


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    • Hurrah! That's 2,000 likes for January 2014 for about 67 likes a day. Which beats the pants off the last 34 months' average of about 15 "likes" a day. Hooray!

      So all visitors, please "Like" Enenews and share daily nuclear news posts. Fukushima is here and the more who know sooner the better. If you're still looking to inform People undercover, here are more than a few practical ways, with contact info for representatives
      http://enenews.com/forum-best-practices-combating-effects-radiation/comment-page-12#comment-439105

      Aloha


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    • Great news indeed. One piece of advice: the more public attraction this site gets, the higher the risk of being attacked, either by flooding the discussions with pro-nuclear propaganda or by technical means, like denial-of-service attacks or direct hacking and sabotage of the serves, or even by confiscation of the servers by means of false allegations. Believe me, the danger is real. These things happen.

      @ENENEWS ADMIN !

      - Please make regular (daily or even more frequent) backups and store them in a safe and secure location.
      - Please think of setting up mirror sites at different locations around the world (thus under distinct jurisdictions). I'm sure there are people around here willing to host mirrors or pay for them, one of them being me. I can set up something like enenews-mirror.fukugeddon.com in no time. (I'm aware there are privacy and security issues here; please contact me via email if you'd like to discuss technical options that you could agree on)

      It took three years to get to this point, and now that "so much" (sigh) has been achieved, at least in terms of awakening people and creating increasing public pressure against disclosure and denial, losing this site or its content (in parts or even fully) would be a horrible tragedy with dire consequences !


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      • Sorry, I mean "cover-up", not "disclosure" !!!


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      • artika rama

        fukugeddon Thats good ,, it means we are on the right track :) )


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        • Absolutely ! I'm just trying to make sure it keeps this way ;-) !

          Last week, I found an article on the "Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten" ("German Economy News") website. The article was titled "Mysteriöse Erscheinungen an der amerikanischen Westküste" ("Mysterious phenomemons along the American west coast"). It was about the usual "inexplicable" bla bla about the pacific eco-system being out of balance. However, I was shocked to find paid shills there as well, spreading pro-nuke propaganda in an absolutely brazenly way. I'll post a blog entry on a "lady" named "Lore Bauer" who is describing herself as a "scientifically educated citizen who is concerned about the future of energy supply in Germany". Surprisingly, that "lady" seems to have time to post 24/7. "She" obviously has no natural need to sleep. And "she" uses recurring text macro blocks where only names are replaced and so on. The point is: it shows that those nuke fascists have their dirty fingers sticking in absolutely everything on this planet, and they are ruthlessly using their economic and political power in order to get their business up and running under behind the mask of a clean and tidy and ecological technology.
          By the way: I find it remarkable that the word "power" is used in English in both the physical/electric and social/political sense. In German, the former would rather translate into "energy" while the latter would translate into something like "might" or "force".


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  • earthsmith

    Yeah…its tough sometimes. You all knew. I feel I see it. You feel it You see it. The hearts the lungs. They have diseases for those. The blood the bones. They have diseases for those. The organs the flesh. They have diseases for those . The propaganda, the cures, they have money for those. The agony the suffering. They have pleasures for those.


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  • Jebus Jebus

    And only 73? Really?

    Oh! Approximately…

    Fukushima's Secret Radionuclides

    By Mary Hamer M.D

    16 May, 2011

    http://www.countercurrents.org/hamer160511.htm

    She's a doctor, she cite's all of it.

    All of it!

    No approximately…


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  • Jebus Jebus

    I wonder how approximately compares with approximately…

    Modelling the global atmospheric transport and deposition of
    radionuclides from the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear accident

    http://www.atmos-chem-phys.net/13/1425/2013/acp-13-1425-2013.pdf


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  • jump-ball jump-ball

    It has taken me 3 weeks to envision the concept of SPORADIC CONCENTRATION of radiation 'HOTSPOTS', by viewing the widely varying contamination levels on YTube rad detection videos and the contrasting intensities on other network maps and reports. To wit, toxic 'hot spots' occurring occasionally, singly, or in scattered instances, with widely varying intensities, in narrow ocean currents and local coastal eddies and 'streams', and in 'leopard skin' hot spots on beach. residential, commercial and agricultural lands, in rain and snow depositions beneath moving overhead jet streams, in rain swollen river eddies and currents draining back to the sea, as well as moving hot spots in the atmosphere .

    The most numerous fixed location networks of detectors won't see the relatively localized, dynamic, direction-changing, intensity-changing, incoming marine or atmospheric concentrations: the toxic, figurative 'waves' of hot spots moving laterally and vertically will pass across entire NETC, RADNET or other stationary network detector installations, hiding in plain sight.

    Without trying to be alarmist, the daily encountering of the CA rain, beach mist and water, mountain snow and winds, is analogous to me of being aware you are headed out across an unmarked minefield, in this case, one of invisible deadly, gov't unreported, radiation poisoning hot spots.


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    • Radio Radio

      jump-ball, thanks for raising this issue of how radiation actually distributes in clumps of varying intensities and sizes accumulating over larger and larger areas. The "equal dispersion" model that came from atomic bomb testing where particles are evenly thrown out during an explosion is what many "experts" have in mind when they hope to calm the public by saying that radiation, by the time it reachers "you", will be dispersed so evenly and so broadly as to be considered diluted. Your description is the accurate one.


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      • artika rama

        Radio / jump ball Initially it can be dispersed in the air and water but later it concentrates in patches and hotspots as i understand . Just like when walking on a beach you can find a patch with lots of shells ,, a bit further lots of seaweed,, or lots of rocks , sand etc all on the same beach but with different concentrations (patches ) of it .
        Lots of factors can be of influence .
        For example where you have more rainfalll you could expect higher concentrations,, or imagine a river bed where all the radiation is washed down a huge area concentrating it etc.
        when people say they want to move from west to east to avoid ocean plume They should keep in mind that they could be moving into an area of even higher radiation risk . After a while it becomes hard to tell where it is higher risk and where lower ,, monitoring is the key IMO .


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  • McJillin McJillin

    Hi enenews good people; been reading enenews for about two months now, and been concerned about the triple melt since it began. My boyfriend and I got a geiger counter recently. We're in CA; not right on the coast, but near San Jose. I am so thankful that enenews is in existence, as it has been my only source of information, as the MSM (except for Coast to Coast AM and KPFA FM) has not had any good information. I find comfort in your intelligent and very informative dialogue, and am trying to inform as many people as possible. We hope that we can ask questions here, if we need some help with the geiger counter. Also, we went to the rally in San Francisco back in October where we laid in the sand to spell out "Fukushima is Here," and went to San Francisco State afterward to here the speakers. I am, truly, praying for us all.


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    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

      welcome McJillin. Do make every effort to not allow yourself (or others) to become too depressed about these ongoing revelations. It's important that you keep a cool head, or people will think you're losing it. Be well and stay strong.

      P.S. Just so you know, there's a forum where people discuss Geiger counters and the results of their rad-monitoring…

      http://enenews.com/forum-post-radiation-monitoring-data-april-30-2012-present


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    • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

      Welcome McJillin….I'm in California as well…there are many good resources at enenews.


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    • Sparky Sparky

      Hey McJillin, Welcome aboard! I'm in CA too, Central Valley region. Absolutely, DO ask questions and keep helping others to understand. 'Newser "boots-on-the-ground" Chemfood has posted throughout Enenews threads some great informational materials that you may want to download, print and distribute.

      Good for you that you and your beau got a GC! The "Post your radiation monitor readings" forum (right side of Enenews webpage) is a great place to post your GC questions and get excellent information from very seasoned Enenewsers. You may also want to consider posting your GC results on NETC.com or other radiation monitoring sites on the 'net. (I'm on NETC.com and am happy w/it.)

      'Glad you're with us–keep posting! :-)


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      • SAC-Vet

        OT!
        U the same poster from the OLD Yahoo GC Board? Prior to it's redesign and loss of val stats.
        tnt

        For others, I'm 60+ SAC Vet with older 1st hand knowledge from being a NCO on a Nuke disaster preparedness team.
        There are inexpensive dose badges available on e-bay from rep dealers. Beware of outdated personal meters from army-navy surplus sources. Save money by making your own using B&W 35mm neg film LOADS of learning material on the web. You'll need to learn about building a cheap darkroom (light proof a lg closet for ex) Used basic equipment is VERY cheap thanks to digital cameras phasing out this hobby. Mostly you need the special RED bulbs. But do your homework FIRST! Check around local shops, papers, clubs and e-bay.
        SAC-Vet


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    • Radio Radio

      Welcome McJillin ;-) And, thanks for taking those public social actions. The work we are all doing is paying off. Today, at the store, the grocery clerk and i even had a chat. I was buying cat food with tuna in it for a friend's cat who was out and i mentioned that i hope it wasn't too contaminated. She talked about how the reactors had been spewing forth into the ocean for months and months and months and TEPCo hiding the fact all the while. More like years, of course, but, it's a start.


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    • flatsville

      McJillin, Thanks for doing something other than banging a keyboard. I know have your photo framed and hung on the wall as a conversation starter. Please get politivally active w/ anti-nuke movement. CA has many groups national and local.


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  • Sparky Sparky

    I'm having trouble reconciling the high fall-out fugures in the "Global and local cancer risks…" excerpts posted on Enenews above with the linked article abstract and graphics, which conclude that there is minimal risk, much less than Chernobyl for the (only) two Cs-137 and Cs137 modeled.

    Abstract excerpt, "…using the DDREF (Dose and Dose Rate Effectiveness Factor)…recommended by the ICRP, UNSCEAR and EPA as an alternative reduction factor instead of using a threshold value (which is still unknown). Excess lifetime cancer incidents were estimated to be between 360 and 850, whereas 220–520 of them will be fatal….these numbers are expected to be even smaller, as the response of the Japanese official authorities to the accident was rapid. The projected cancer incidents are much lower than the casualties occurred from the earthquake itself (> 20,000) and also smaller than the accident of Chernobyl."

    I recall reports that the Japanese authorities' response was PATHETIC: very late in coming; not of sufficient geographic scope; finally, belatedly evacuating Fuku residents to areas of known additional fall-out due wind and precipitation patterns; no distribution of KI to residents.

    [Continued below]


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    • Sparky Sparky

      [Continued] on "Global, local cancer risks…." This research and model, like so many others, is limited to the singular 3/11 event and does not consider ongoing external and internal exposures, increasing over time and through many different vectors.

      Comparing and minimizing the (highly understated) risk of "excess" lifetime cancers to those who died due to the earthquake and tsunami is a tired ploy.

      I'm curious to know about the funding sources of the study authors and their respective institutions. I guess I'll need to lay down my $39.95 to download the article to evaluate it further.


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      • razzz razzz

        Look at the USS RR with 250 reported sickened out of a crew of about 5,700. This is all very early, only 3 years after 3/11. Cancers usually need 3 to 5 years to show symptoms but the USS RR was heavily dusted with radioactivity. Sailors are already disabled with various maladies.

        It will get worse for the ones already ill and others just now showing symptoms then the longer term incubation periods will result in more falling ill from Daiichi radiation exposure. The USS RR was traveling in a fresh plume that was hardly hours old at time, some of the short lived and very dangerous (energetic and rapidly emitting particles and rays) radionuclides hadn't decayed away yet.

        Remember the shorter the half life, the more harmful radioactive elements are. The longer the half life the less energetic the decay is or, like being stabbed with a knife and dying 15 or 20 years later.


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        • Sparky Sparky

          @Razz, Exactly! Reports on the deteriorating health of the USS RR crew suggest that many of these very sick, radiated crew members will die from the 3/11 radiation exposures at sea: 250 out of 5,700 so far, just a few years since the 3/11 disaster.

          So how is it that the LIFETIME GLOBAL risk of "excess" lifetime cancer "incidents" are estimated to be between 360 and 850, whereas [only] 220–520 of them will be fatal" ??? It just doesn't make sense. I do want to read the study and check-out the authors' assumptions and methodology, but on its face, their conclusions seem oddly incongruent with the data and real-life evidence.


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          • Sparky Sparky

            **clarifying my statement above: 250 USS RR crew sick, not dead. (Trying to be considerate of those Enenewsers who may be USS RR crew or their family/friends who come to Enenews for accurate information and support.)

            My point on the article/research is that the authors seem to seriously underestimate the scope and impact of the Fuku devistation in their concluding statements. Now that IS a surprise. **sarc!**


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  • weeman

    Don't surprise me, it's blown in the wind.
    Got to be hot spots, it is a given, how hot is another question?


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  • artika rama

    There is no way to predict how hot the hotspots will be or at which locations they will be . I think that's why it doesn't make much difference to move from one city to another . It could even make things worse.
    It is important to have monitoring sites to keep an eye on things in general but even locally it can have huge differences where wind and rain can concentrate it to much higher levels than the surrounding .


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  • artika rama

    There is this video of a Japanese man on youtube walking around with a Geiger counter making measurements wherever he can and it's interesting to see how much variation different spots have , even at the same location . For example he measures it at a so called "safe" playground for children and then walks a few steps further to measure the drainage pipes just next to it and the counter goes all bananas . The same spot , that they declared safe for kids to play ,, and right next to it measurements goes tens of times higher .

    I don't understand how old records could help though Maybe to understand the weather patterns or so but it's hard to tell where it s " hot " and where not .

    Busby was saying just changing the air filters of aircos in Tokyo should be considered as a nuclear waste cleaning job ,, so much radiation had accumulated in aircos and vacuum cleaners etc . So hot spots can be at the least expected places , even in our homes , in an airco .


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  • James Tekton James Tekton

    "Nine days after the accident, the radioactive cloud had crossed Northern America. Three days later when a station in Iceland picked up radioactive materials, it was clear that the cloud had reached Europe. By day 15, traces from the accident in Fukushima were detectable all across the northern hemisphere. For the first four weeks, the radioactive materials remained confined to the northern hemisphere, with the equator initially acting as a dividing line between the northern and southern air masses. As of 13 April 2011, radioactivity had spread to the southern hemisphere of the Asia-Pacific region and had been detected at stations located for example in Australia, Fiji, Malaysia and Papua New Guinea."

    So, this ELE is going on two years old. Imagine how bad it is down south now, as well as here in the northern latitudes.

    http://www.ctbto.org/press-centre/highlights/2011/fukushima-related-measurements-by-the-ctbto/

    And here is the map from this organization. If only there was someone who could share the info from all these stations, and the plume forecasts they make up every day still.

    http://www.ctbto.org/map/

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    • utahruss utahruss

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSxkksJXjLw

      Ok all you ENE News readers, why are more of you not QUESTIONING THE INFORMATION we are receiving from across the wide range of information sites and so called "Experts"

      Now either Arnie Gundersen HAS NEVER BEEN IN THE NUCLEAR INDUSTRY AT ANY LEVEL LET ALONE AS AN EXECUTIVE AND IS BLATANTLY LYING TO THE WORLD, or the folks writing the script that Gundersen is being FORCED TO READ need to pay a little more attention to the FACTS!

      Don't let em distract you with that story. Go back to the basics, just fact check CHERNOBYL, is FUKUSHIMA RADIATION less RADIOACTIVE than Radiation from Chernobyl??


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    • artika rama

      michael Do not believe these kinds of fear mongering nonsense . Fukushima has no influence on the world tectonics or earth quakes or any other geological phenomenon . Its a pitty , these kinds of nonsense is turning enenews into a tinfoil hotspot.


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    • zogerke zogerke

      MVB blog post reference (to his post 1/30, 1.34 am)…He wrote that the viewership of his own blog is very high statistically when he talks about hazards of heightened radiation in seaweed (for example) but that the data/statistical viewership goes way DOWN when the hazard is shown to be naturally occurring for that seaweed type. His written observational point (to me) was about the psychological 'draw' that bad news has, compared to the psychological draw of good news (does not have). Then he expands his ideas.

      I don't think he had an anti-nuke post, that is not what I perceived as intent. He was commenting on human behavior (and guessing about human needs) regarding reporting, reactions, attention…and how that plays out on blog post hit meters.


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      • zogerke zogerke

        I guess folks found offensive his initial sarcastic post about the earthquakes being caused by the corium….?


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        • flatsville

          Agreed. That's how I read it. Thrre's no news like bad news. And here any hare-brained "scientific" theory gets wide play.


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          • zogerke zogerke

            my wish is that we all be very slow to anger and slower still to get out the pitchforks and damn people's work…..


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            • zogerke zogerke

              or at least, slow to anger with each other. imo there is plenty of fuel for anger in the events that are contaminating this beautiful world, and against those who are part of the contaminating. AND- as I pay my taxes and use electric lights, I know that no one is completely innocent. Which makes me only want to work harder to communicate educate and empower.


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              • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                Yes…because..we pay our taxes..we contribute to society.
                We use electricity .. most basically prisoners to the energy companies.
                We aren't innocent..nor can we let our children freeze.
                We don't have to be innocent..to set out on the road of change.
                Don't allow others to put the guilt trip on.
                We start from where we are.


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              • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                @zogerke: the MVB post is simply OT. I'm curious how someone can justify initiating a thread that has noting to do with the article's subject? It's one thing to jump-into an ongoing discussion, which may – or may not – be related to the article's subject matter. I'm all for the free exploration of issues. But this thing of squatting anywhere and relieving oneself of whatever they think is a pressing issue, is outrageous! This site has been provisioned with an OT forum.

                WHY IS IT THAT – SOME – HAVE THE DECENCY TO USE THE OT FORUM, WHILE OTHERS REFUSE?!

                Perhaps they're opportunist?

                Perhaps they're only interested in 'sliding' the subject matter off topic?!

                Perhaps they're simply ignorant of good posting etiquette?

                Perhaps they need a nudge and pointer?

                Perhaps we're all a bunch of fools, who can't appreciate a good thing…


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                • Michael V.B. Michael Van Broekhoven

                  True, it's OT. Sooorrrry. Jeez' man. People clicking on what I thought was rather obvious bs is a "case in point". So many people comment with comments that don't remotely contribute, just chatting and confirming each other's alarm, hiding behind fake names, etc. Look how angry people get when something off the charts alarming doesn't pan out to be that. Little survey, yup.

                  Anyway, amazing how distracting utter bs is, no? Here, OnTopic:

                  The study with modeled map fits the data, but it is rather misleading to create such a map without actually doing widespread soil sample tests to confirm. It doesn't add anything new to the CEREA map, or even to the USGS deposition of Cs134, Cs137 and I131 in 2011 rain, all I put together here: http://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2012/05/01/radiation-fallout-maps-for-the-united-states/

                  My fallout map comparison of Chernobyl versus Fukushima, may also be of interest: http://wp.me/puwO9-SB

                  And to comment directly about the ENEnews posting, the study's estimate of "360-850 cancer incidents are expected in Japan, of which 220-520 may be fatal." is rather optimistic when you look at the deposition maps in the link above and then incorporate the findings of this Swedish study that found about 10% cancer long term rate increase with 100,000 Bq/m^2 Cs137: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1732641/pdf/v058p01011.pdf

                  btw, EneNews is in the top 10 of sites I recommend for news on this topic:…


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                  • artika rama

                    Michael I have to be carefull while replying to your messages ,, :) ) i have been accused of being an accomplice with you to discredit enenews,,lol :)

                    That we work together ,, you and me :) as trolls lol :) )

                    Let me give you an advice m ,, NO JOKES here lol ,, i have learned it the hard way too ,, :) )
                    SOme people dont have a sense of humour ,,
                    Take good care :)


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                    • Michael V.B. Michael Van Broekhoven

                      :D tx artika rama I'm glad at least a few people read the very first few words of my *just kidding* blogpost. ;-)

                      Amazing outcry over a joke/survey… lol (meanwhile China Syndrome's in full swing and scientific model-makers / clowns are predicting merely a few hundred extra cancer deaths (total!) in Japan…); Anyhow, Wish I could say the same for stuff I actually worked hard on… The blogpost before the joke/survey, for instance, giving various pointers to see through nuclear propaganda in news articles (a mere 23 views in 1 week, for comparison): http://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2014/01/25/some-pointers-to-see-through-nuclear-deceptions/
                      Why, 'cause it's actually educational, hard to hype? Who knows…

                      The joke/survey already yielded more interest in just 9 hours than 4 months total of the far more important "‘The Darkest Dance’ – Archetypal Dynamics of the Nuclear Era" ( http://wp.me/puwO9-2cp ). And I could go on, but I would be tempted to joke a little…

                      But, I'll shut again. ;-)
                      OT and no joking. :) I think I got it. Copy that.


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                  • maybesomeday

                    MVB: And your "little survey" found what? That fewer people will respond to a news headline such as "Another Nice Day in the Valley" and that many more will respond to "Ice Storm Shuts Down Valley Schools and Highways". Appears you also found that people do not respond favorably to "false reporting" such as "Storm Shuts Down Schools and Highways –Just Messing with You".


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                  • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                    thank you, MVB. Please understand, I'm not singling you out as some miscreant. I've seen what you post and appreciate your work. My main reservation with all this OT posting, is that it ultimately undermines the good efforts of all of us. With a little 'tightening up', we can ensure that this website will remain the premier historical reference source, for information on Fukushima. Again, thank you Michael…


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              • flatsville

                Just make certain you mouth all the right words and end most of your posts with "Shut them all down! Do it Now! Crimes Against Humanity!" blah, blah, ad nauseam…sit back…do little to nothing…don't do anything about the toxic monsters in your own backyard…and then question why everyone else is failing to take action fast enough to suit you…bitch-slap anyone with a potentially workable remediation idea for thr 50 car pile-up in Japan.

                You'll do fine.


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      • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

        Right..we are part of many..sociology studies that will be conducted on our 'type'.
        Can anything useful to us be gained from his insights?
        I have also found that the populace also only responds to perceived threat.. this driven by sensationalism…like animal die offs…when more technical data ..indicating a vision of the danger in larger scale draws less numbers.

        Write a paper..make a buck.


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  • maybesomeday

    Seriously, Michael, Why don't you just report yourself?


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  • McJillin McJillin

    Hi again, and thank you for the warm welcome to enenews! I had to eat dinner and clean the dishes, but am back before going to bed. It's almost midnight in CA, so I would suppose most are going to bed by now. I just wanted to say "Thank you" so very much! Not a day goes by that I don't think about this horrible disaster. I am living each day as though it may be the last day that I am still "healthy." It's true that we never know when our Maker will "take us," but this disaster is a game changer in my book. Again, I will do as much as I can to help get the word out. My boyfriend is committed to this, too. My best friend from middle school is, also, on the same page. I've never really felt committed to a cause before this. Good night to you VERY GOOD People, and may God help us though this.


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    • atomicistheword

      Time, I came across a YouTube clip, but I cannot find it now. It was about pollen as a carrier of hot particle atomic radiation.

      Inhalation of pollen and atomic radiation is truly a deadly mix to many people suffering from lung immunity depression. The precursor for DNA attachment is enhanced.

      The concept seems logical and frightening. :-(


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    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

      The Monarchs winter in Mexico..in the Yucatan..
      I've been there many times.
      So thick that just driving carefully through the jungle ..some were still killed by being hit by the car..or run over.
      Days spent..in the jungle with them.. real life..in a butterfly dream.
      I live in an area now on their migration path.
      YES..yes..yes..they are dying for many reasons.
      The year before the numbers were much much less..last year they did not return.


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  • atomicistheword

    For those suffering from secondary effect throat problems try extra virgin coconut oil, it must be cold pressed extra virgin and have the words "unrefined" on the label.

    Extra virgin coconut oil is a medium chain saturated fat that is now proven safe in body passage. It is anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-viral, unpatentable so of course corporations bag it. It also supports DNA integrity.

    Dog oils from frankenstein corporate whores promote leaky gut syndrome and are aggressive to DNA structure. They are unnatural, like the other atomic man made trash that is killing our species. All they do is make money for evil anti-humane
    bestial beings.

    This blog is for those suffering the effects of atomic radiation exposure, please don't delete it, as it relates to content in this blog.

    1 teaspoon in a cup of tea, works wonders. Fantastic for candida retardation in cancer sufferers.


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  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Purple, and orange. Never expected that.


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  • safelyiniowa safelyiniowa

    The listing of both cesium isotopes, 137 and 134, is very important. Cs134 is much shorter lived, it proves it comes from a recent nuclear excursion. Almost certainly Fukushima. The Portland area topsoil study linked to does not. This makes it almost impossible to identify the source. Cs137 has a long half life, it still remains in environment from early nuclear testing.


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