“Travesty”: Japan publisher very concerned Gundersen would not be allowed into country — Gov’t does not want to hear what real independent experts are saying about Fukushima (AUDIO)

Published: September 11th, 2013 at 1:26 pm ET


Title: #117: Olympic Insanity + If Gundersen were in Charge at Fukushima
Source: Nuclear Hotseat
Host: Libbe HaLevy
Date: Sept. 10, 2013

INTERVIEW: Former nuclear industry insider Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds Energy Education paints a clear picture of the current state of problems at Fukushima Daiichi… and then explains what he would do if he were in charge of the disaster site.

At 43:15 in

Full interview available here

Published: September 11th, 2013 at 1:26 pm ET


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17 comments to “Travesty”: Japan publisher very concerned Gundersen would not be allowed into country — Gov’t does not want to hear what real independent experts are saying about Fukushima (AUDIO)

  • Mark, I did a spreadsheet and analysis on the i131 i129 issue, please take a look.


    • vital1 vital1

      I posted a report on a significant detection of Iodine I-129 here in Australia. It appears to have bio-accummulated in roof gutter moss. It has a half life 15.7 million years, and is release at the same time as I-131.

      This detection is very significant development!


      This scientific report on Fukushima Iodine releases, indicates that the amount of long lived radioactive Iodine I-129, released during the early stages of the Fukushima Nuclear disaster, was 31 times greater than the short lived radioactive Iodine I-131. This study does not take into account any radioactive Iodine releases since then.


      As I understand it, 0.10 Bg/kg is the safe limit for I-129, (pre Fukushima USA EPA old standard). Obviously this is if you ingested it in liquids, or food.

      They call these safety standards, but they are actually risk standards.


      Get the message out there on how serious the Fukushima nuclear disaster is quickly, and efficiently. You don’t need to explain anything just distribute the lifesaver.pdf or create your own, hand it out, mailbox it, twitter, facebook it, or email it.


    • vital1 vital1


      I posted your Iodine comparison spread sheet into the enenews radiation monitoring forum.

      If source of this Southern Hemisphere I-129 detection was the Fukushima Nuclear disaster, then theoretically fallout of I-129 in the Northern hemisphere would be much worse.

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    People are listening to knowledgeable independent experts and abandoning mainstream. They laugh at mainstream.

  • zardoz2012 zardoz2012

    This is proof that the Japanese government can never be trusted again.

  • ftlt

    Or rubbed out in an accident, Arnie..

    A common result when you can't be marginalized or put in prison..

    Be careful, laddie

  • Robin of Loxley

    The Japanese media and government are absolutely trying to cover up the fact that much of Tokyo and other cities are quite radioactive. There was some bozo on Japan Today news site that posted a message in response to a news article talking about how Abe was being criticized for saying everything is under control. This person posted how he lives in Saitama and the radiation levels are normal. He even claimed that only 65 kilometers from Fukushima Daiichi plant, radiation levels are normal, and the radiation problem is only affecting the nearby plant. I posted a reply stating that several American and European nuclear scientists have taken air filter and soil samples from Tokyo, and many of those samples were dangerously radiactive. Within an hour of posting my comment, it was deleted. I wasn't attacking anyone- just posting facts. The cover-up continues. The last thing they want is for Tokyo residents to find out their capital is dangerously radioactive. But in the end they won't be able to hide it once the sicknesses and deaths start to show up.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    The governments of the world do not want their citizens to hear anything that will compromise their trust in the corporations that buy them. I got a phone call a few days ago. I generally don't answer calls out of my area code. I typed the number into a search engine to see what others are saying about receiving a call from this number. Someone commented that the number was GE security. That gave me pause. Have no idea if that person's comment was correct. Wouldn't surprise me. Just being aware of the nuclear industry and it's problems could affect stock prices for them… So I guess, in their eyes, just anyone who holds a negative opinion about them might qualify for action. Like in the movie, "The Matrix," a sentinel for every man, woman, and child. Has GE created a job for someone to watch me? I am glad I can help the economy. Everyone start commenting! Get busy! Blog, blog, blog! These are good jobs, too! I have been reading everyone's comments for free! Gee, how do I get paid to do this? How do I get all my family and friends employed? See something say something. Hey, nuke industry, see me, feel me, I can read and write! Call me with a job offer, and I will report how many people are unhappy with you. What would I get paid to give them a wedgie? I have student loans to pay off, and I need a new truck. Of course the more people they pay to read these anti nuke messages, the more people reading them will find out and get angry at you. So, then you will be spying…

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    …on your own employees. What's new.