Mystery reddish radioactive substance detected 180km from Fukushima Daiichi — Alpha particles at 200cpm (VIDEO)

Published: May 4th, 2012 at 12:00 am ET
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鶴岡市 200cpm (Translation: Tsuruoka City 200cpm)
Published on May 3, 2012
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Tsuruoka, Yamagata

Published: May 4th, 2012 at 12:00 am ET
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26 comments to Mystery reddish radioactive substance detected 180km from Fukushima Daiichi — Alpha particles at 200cpm (VIDEO)

  • dharmasyd dharmasyd

    200 CPM, That's nothing. Take our your bongo drums and beat away~!


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    • dharmasyd dharmasyd

      No No No…My comment is really wrong. Even Snark is not appropriate here!
      Blessings to you all. Sleep well. Dream well of a better wherever. blessings! blessings!


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  • retali8 retali8

    omg its the corium making its way up thru the earthquakes and cracks in the ground,,


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  • dharmasyd dharmasyd

    Blue, Green, Yellow and Orange…
    Parsley, Sage, Rosemary,and …


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  • dharmasyd dharmasyd

    …kiss it all…..goodbye!
    Human hubris prevented us from learning! May the next evolutionary experiment do better than Homo ?sapiens?!

    We have blown it big time!


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Interesting vid …wonder what the red stiff is ..hopefully some can get analyzed at a lab.


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    • goathead goathead

      Hmmmmm, reminds me of the "red weed" from "war of the worlds". Some mutating vegetation as a result of alien interference that ultimately led to their riddance!! Maybe all the corruption will die now as a result and we can start a "brave new world"????


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  • WindorSolarPlease

    Red Mercury??

    References to red solid mercury began to appear in major Russian and western media sources in the late 1980s. The articles were never specific as to what exactly red mercury was, but nevertheless claimed it was of great importance in nuclear bombs, or that it was used in the building of boosted fission weapons.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_mercury


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  • The Blue Light.

    Is this some sort of spoof story?
    A steel post seems to have been cut down next to each patch of the "mystery red substance". These steel poles look like they have been cut down with a grinder. Amazingly these steel grindings have reacted with all the plutonium in the area to create deadly red mercury, or might just RUST.


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    • BreadAndButter BreadAndButter

      Hi Blue Light,
      my sentiments exactly. Looks like rust. Radioactive rust obviously, but rust.
      I'd love to see a reading of the uncovered street surface nearby.


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  • WindorSolarPlease

    Whatever it is.. I bet it's not a good thing to have blowing in the wind.


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    • The Blue Light.

      oh yeah If you scraped it all up, dried it out, put in a bag and taped it to your head you might just get a dental x-ray in five years, maybe.
      You can get 20000cpm alpha out of a modern smoke detector americium-241 source.


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  • The Blue Light.

    And Red Mercury is nothing to do with neutron bombs, Fission or Fusion weapons, Boosted Fission weapons or mini Nukes.


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    • WindorSolarPlease

      Thank You The Blue Light. for the information. The wikipeda was a little confusing.


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      • The Blue Light.

        I'm really sorry Wind or Solar Please, I put the comment about Red mercury without reading any of the thread, I just read the story. It was pure coincidence that other people had brought up the idea of red mercury. Now that I've read the thread it sounds like I was been really mean to you, I'm Really Really sorry.
        Radio Mercury does have a use in weapons but its not in the public domain yet so thats where the story has to end I'm afraid.


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        • WindorSolarPlease

          Hi The Blue Light.

          Thank You..It's ok.. no need to be sorry)))..I appreciate your concern about my feelings. That was very nice of you.


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  • jec jec

    The black "dust" could be picked up with a magnet. Wonder if the red "dust" is similar. But either way, black/red, this stuff is radioactive and can be airborne. Steel and metals made from the debris of Japan's tsumani/nuclear disaster — also is a fallout carrier. It is what it is, radioactive.

    Blue Light, nice comments to WSP, makes all the difference to this blog to have polite discussions.


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  • With all the thousands of tons of radioactive crap being incinerated, they may be creating compounds that have never existed before.


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  • Well, perhaps it is clay in the Earth being boiled up out of the ground by the corium.


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  • shiverca shiverca

    I'd bet it has something to do with the Nuclear material that ex-vesseled and is coming back up in spots as the blobs of death float around under the ground

    Or most likely from the material the've been burning…it has to come down somewhere.

    How they though burning nuclear material was a good thing is beyond me!!!


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    • PhilipUpNorth philipupnorth

      shiverca: So right. When you burn radioactive materials, you get radioactive smoke and radioactive ash. Burning does not destroy the radioactivity. It merely disperses it all over the country. Japan is toast, anyway. Go ahead and fill Tokyo Harbor with ash. Won't much matter in the end.


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      • PhilipUpNorth philipupnorth

        I didn't mean to sound callous. But the Japanese are exhibiting extremely shortsighted thinking about their situation, even as their nation experiences a slow death. Poor problem solving skills.


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  • These China's are making new stuffs never before seen !
    And there was the salt water ? What other affects that many have made !


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  • SteveMT

    Here are the choices for alpha emitters. The color may just be a distractor, carry-along substance such as rust.

    There are many alpha emitting radioactive elements, both natural and manmade. You can find fact sheets for several key alpha emitters at the Radionuclides page:
    Alpha Emitter Atomic Number
    americium-241 95
    plutonium-236 94
    uranium-238 92
    thorium-232 90
    radium-226 88
    radon-222 86
    polonium-210 84
    http://www.epa.gov/rpdweb00/understand/alpha.html#emitters


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