New Forecast Released: ‘Most’ Fukushima nuclear particles will move east across Pacific — Narrow line of radioactive pollutants to make it all the way across ocean this year — Uses decades of data (GRAPHIC)

Published: February 17th, 2014 at 10:29 am ET


Journal of Ocean University of China, April 2014: ‘A study of transport and impact strength of Fukushima nuclear pollutants in the North Pacific surface’


  • Based on the statistics of surface drifter data of 1979–2011 and the simulation of nuclear pollutant particulate movements simulated using high quality ocean reanalysis surface current dataset, the transport pathways and impact strength of Fukushima nuclear pollutants in the North Pacific have been estimated. The particulates are used to increase the sampling size and enhance the representativeness of statistical results. […] most pollutant particles move eastward and are carried by the Kuroshio and Kuroshio-extension currents and reach the east side of the North Pacific after about 3.2–3.9 years […] the impact strength of nuclear pollutants at these time scales can be estimated according to the temporal variations of relative concentration combined with the radioactive decay rate. For example, Cesium-137, carried by the strong North Pacific current, mainly accumulates in the eastern North Pacific and its impact strength is 4% of the initial level at the originating Fukushima area after 4 years. […]


  • The incident has been listed as the biggest ever release of radioactive materials into the oceans […] The transport of nuclear pollutants is mainly controlled by surface ocean current. […] as a result of oceanic advection and diffusion the cesium-I37 concentrations decreased to less than 10 BqL [10,000 Bq/m3] in the simulation domain by the end of May 2011. […] most of  the nuclear material in the ocean would be slowly transported northeast of Fukushima and reach 150°E in 50 [days] […] the nuclear debris in thc ocean would be confined to a narrow band […]

See an earlier version of the study here

Published: February 17th, 2014 at 10:29 am ET


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94 comments to New Forecast Released: ‘Most’ Fukushima nuclear particles will move east across Pacific — Narrow line of radioactive pollutants to make it all the way across ocean this year — Uses decades of data (GRAPHIC)

  • bluetick

    well I guess the california drought will be perfectly timed.. cows and food will be scarce coming from this area bad news is thats where most of the food comes from…the proverbial double edged sword!

    • We Not They Finally

      Haven't looked at it yet, but we know that Hillary did a REALLY bad thing with pacts with the Japanese. But that's not a matter of political party. Both parties do bad things now because they are under corporate rule. We have to look to individual representatives or Senators who are willing to expose the likes of this, and they are few and far between.

      But it's a little premature (also a little insulting) to tell people who to vote or not vote for when we do not even know who will be running. Like, would you rather have had Mitt Romney? REALLY??

      It's good to publicize the wrongful dangerous food pact, but PLEASE DO NOT BE TELLING PEOPLE HOW TO VOTE. Thank you.

      • petfish

        i don't think voting means anything. all the same. different face/puppet same military industrial complex control.
        i would like to see a study on health impact tied into radiation contamination across the Pacific.

      • Questionit

        bluetick did not mention any political party, his post mentions an individual politician.

        bluetick did not mention any candidate to vote FOR, what was brought out was the betrayal of one particular politician.

        You, WNTF, brought up other politicians from another party who have nothing to do with the article. And then criticize the idea of voting for that person.

        It is you, WNTF, who is telling us how to vote. bluetick has only posted an article about a individual politician who is helping TPTB to feed us radiation.

        I found it insulting that you object to this post simply because of your political party preferences. Thanks to bluetick for posting an article that should be considered before I cast my vote for an individual politician. And an article that informs me how the govt is trying to hide the contamination.

      • Myme

        I think, most people here at ENENEWS already understand that political parties all have ties with the industry, they receive industry money and support in various forms in various degrees.

        But when the nation's security and survival is at stake, different politicians act differently, some would be more courageous than others.

        And the issue is voting is a relevant topic here because Hillary is already rumored to run for the next presidency.

        Don't get me wrong, I vote for the best candidate, regardless of the party. What really disappoints to me is that this particular pact that Hillary signed was entirely non-essential. There was absolutely no need for the U.S. to sign it.

        That pact was not like some kind of a Middle Eastern treaty that would help save lives or protect the U.S. soldiers. That was non-essential to the U.S. interest, did not add or reduce anything from the US-Japan relationship.

        If Hillary did not signed the pact, Japan would have been OK with it. They would have simply expressed a regret in the public announcement but they would have totally understood the rejection.

        All my Japanese friends and families said it was a crazy thing for Hillary to do. Even the Japanese people don't want to eat those Japanese food items if they could help it. Why Hillary had to go out of her way to please the Japanese at the expense of our health. That's the point that troubles me.

    • Myme

      bluetick, thank you for the Examiner article link. The article is the first English one that I can show to people. The film, too.

      The other day my local grocery store was selling giant Japanese scallops. The tag clearly said they're from Japan, and you know those scallops come from cold water, north eastern Japan. They were nice looking, giant scallops but they're priced cheaper than the tiny bay scallops from the U.S. east coast.

      I had to make a negative comment to the fish counter guy, because I remember reading Japanese articles back in 2011 praising about Hillary Clinton for signing the particular agreement. The JP gov officials were bragging that they got Hillary to sign the zero-food-test in secrecy to the U.S. public.

      But every time I mention this happened, people give me a crazy look, perhaps because it was not widely reported in the U.S. and people are eager to give preferential treatment to Hillary because of her gender, husband, accomplishments, good relationship with Obama and being a Democrat, etc.

      I have nothing against Democrat or Republicans, but I do believe the first responsibility of government officials is to protect their own citizens, and Hillary clearly failed at it. She put her political ambitions and collusion ahead of the future of American children, who will be paying for it with their health for generations to come.

      • We Not They Finally

        That I totally concur with, even though I want to separate it out from voting issues — especially since we haven't a clue yet if there is ANYONE we will want to vote for the next time around. It's a disgraceful dangerous pact — no doubt about it.

        • Questionit

          This article should be considered when we decide who to vote for.
          bluetick did not recommend any politician for future election.

          The article has valuable information about the actions of a politician that we should all be aware of and should remember when voting.

          This and other article may bring one to the conclusion that not voting is the best decision. If the only politician running is one who sponsors pacts such as this one I will not vote for him/her.

        • Time Is Short Time Is Short

          If one chooses to vote, they should vote either third party or, if one of the Big Two, no incumbents, then get on the political forums and tell everyone who you voted for.

          If enough people vote this way, and we get the same incumbents as always, then you know you're vote doesn't count.

          "It isn't who votes that counts, it's who counts the votes" – Josef Stalin (something along those lines, my Cyrillic is rough)

        • rakingmuck

          WNTF I so agree with "we haven't a clue if there is ANYONE we will want to vote for…" I am convinced the office of POTUS – no matter who is occupying it – has been entirely compromised and it does not matter who is sitting there. They are taking orders period. Destructive orders with no way out. Well there is one way out but Americans have proven to not have a spine in the last 60 years so we reap what we sow.Or another way to put it – you get the government you deserve.

    • Cisco Cisco

      Good find bluetick! For those who have criticized Gundersen for not being aggressive enough in his commentary and remarks, check this must read article out that bluetick posted:

      Sent a note to the Admin that this article should be posted. If it could get legs, it might push some real journalist in the MSM to write about Gundersen's remarks.

      • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

        Cisco, did you notice how tired Arnie looked in his last video? I am sure the full weight of this disaster weighs heavily on him, since he has the education to understand fully the catastrophe called Fukushima.

        • Cisco Cisco

          NBOUSA…yes I did. The way things are here in the US and Japan, making statements that could cause the GP to panic, could appropriately and conveniently be labeled as "terrorist activities". In fact, any remarks that would disruptively interfere with large "capitalist's" revenue streams, could be deemed a threat to national security. Then one can disappear.

          Gundersen has been careful to measure his statements; because he clearly knows, we now reside in a police state. If his quotes, as reported, in the article are what he really said, he has stepped more into the fray, now…WOW!

          We are what we eat. This secret food pact is despicable, unconscionable and criminal. FY Hillary Clinton, the US and Japanese governments, and Obama.

          • SykeWar(DELETED) SykeWar

            "…statements that could cause the GP to panic" And they do panic extremely easily these days. Extremely sensitive these sheeple. Can't even stand the slightest criticism without becoming enraged and labeling you and "ist" person. Humans…. the only cure is exactly what you're getting.

            • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

              Umm..I've yet to see the panic.
              I see a rise in concern..
              I think the populous is a long ways from panic.
              If we hadn't pushed the envelope..what would the level of concern be?

              The article is from August 14 2011.
              There has been plenty time..for some/any type of response.
              And in the meantime.. we've been served cold pancakes.

              • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                The only panic ..I see in my neighbors eyes..when I come fear that I might mention Fukushima.

              • SykeWar(DELETED) SykeWar

                Well any true panic is going to be mutted by all the psychoactive drugs people are taking… what 70+ million people and counting? THIS is what's disturbing. THIS is bigger than all the fukishimas in the world. The "panic" is what politicians talk about they're working to avoid by controlling every news outlet, every blogger, you, me. The only panic people are truly concerned with is where they're going to get their next "fix" or their next meal, or when the next iphone comes out late.

            • Cisco Cisco

              There will be no panic until Fuku catches fire. Then it won't be about weakened immune systems and protracted disease, it will be about radiation sickness.

              Then, there will be a rush to the exits. It's just a matter of when; the if's were off the table a long time ago.

              • SykeWar(DELETED) SykeWar

                I wish I could believe that but unless it's a humdinger, the incubi will just talk their way out of like, the higher radiation is not high enough to hurt you. You have no standing. Sad fact.

      • James Tekton James Tekton

        "it might push some real journalist in the MSM to write about Gundersen's remarks."

        Morning, Cisco.

        Excuse please but, "what difference does it make?"


        • Cisco Cisco

          You're right JT. It doesn't make much of a difference. But, I keep having this dream, that a few of these bastards that brought us this ELE, will pay in an ugly way; and, we might get the satisfaction to write their real epitaph.

          Just a fantasy, I know; but the only consolation we might enjoy in this train wreck.

          • Cisco Cisco

            Where are these brave State militias that we've seen and read about for years, these weekend warriors that were going to protect us from tyranny?

            • SykeWar(DELETED) SykeWar

              Don't know why you're confusing militia with a state run organization or national guard reserve (weekend warrior) but they are two distinctly different things. Militia is strictly a citizen organized group having NOTHING to do with any gov't.

      • rakingmuck

        Ciso: Both Caldicott and Gundersen have ratcheted up their volume in the past few months. Did you hear Helen's last radio interview? She actually told Americans to rise up, get in the streets, and start a civil revolution. Don't have link at moment but if anyone interested I will find it.

    • mairs mairs

      Thanks for the link Bluetick. I doubt that there will be anyone to vote for who will regard open and transparent discussion of radiation dangers as more important than protecting the nuclear industry. I'm really pessimistic.

  • FallOut FallOut

    Check this out.

    Fukushima Unit 3 Explosion: New Video Released –

    If you pause the video as the 0.23 second mark you can then move the circle on the time line manually and catch the moment the fire rip's out of the far right corner ( fuel pool ) before anything else …

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks


    • FallOut FallOut

      Great information on this page: Nuclear Insiders asking question's .

      " Speaking of criticality, has anybody seen any analysis or thought that the explosion that wrecked #3 reactor building might have involved a criticality? If you look at the video of the explosion, you can see a flash at the upper right corner of the reactor building that is followed by a very strong vertical explosion, even as the shock wave spreads around the building. Minus that (possibly secondary?) explosion, the explosion that destroyed Unit #3 looks a lot like that for Unit #1.

      Just wondering about the possibility of some configuration of earthquake jumbled fuel rods, low water levels, fuel melting, that coupled with a powerful hydrogen gas explosion might have slammed rods together and caused a criticality in either reactor cores or spent fuel pools.

      Has this been definitively ruled out as a possibility in the explosion of Unit #3, and/or the other reactor buildings? "

      • FallOut FallOut

        Consequences of Possible “Inadvertent Criticalities”

        So now let’s assume that “inadvertent criticalities” do occur in reactor #1. What could the consequences be and how might they manifest themselves? Many of you brain-stormed on this topic and I will reserve comments and summarize what you have all said across different blogs and fora. Damfuzzy reminds us of the fact that new BWR fuel assemblies are located on the refueling floor which at least in one Fukushima reactor is exposed to the atmosphere and may have been disrupted from explosions. He suggests the possibility that the “spontaneous fires” that have been reported may be due to criticality excursions. Roger T Crouch postulates that rod-collapse could lead to loose material where vibrations, water flow and structural collapse of the assembly grid and control rod systems could result in a self-sustaining chain reaction. Many of you have worried about the possibility of starting a chain reaction that becomes super-critical rather than turning itself off due to negative feedback effects. The main explanation for not going super critical is that – if transient criticalities have taken place – they are probably due to small globules of fissile material that is expanding and moving in a viscous soup of molten metals and oxides, thus continually changing their mean free path.

    • FallOut FallOut

      They are talking in a forum about Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress has written a paper, What Was The Cause Of The High Cl-38 Radioactivity In The Fukushima Daiichi Reactor #1. Ferenc concludes that we cannot exclude the possibility that little pockets of melted fuel have gone critical, even if for a short period of time.

      " We are focused on thermal reactors, of course. It’s all we are taught, and you gotta have a moderator.
      I have asked this at several places, maybe somebody here will answer. I simply lack the education.

      Now there’s an awful lot of fuel in that pit.
      Given Boron’s transparency to fast neutrons (Google Boraflex),
      Might such a large pool,
      with so much fuel in it,
      when drained of moderator,
      approximate an infinite fast reactor?

      Sure would appreciate some comfort on that one.

      Oh by the way i tried his formula for flux.
      I too thought about a short excursion .
      Plugging in one sec for time i got 1.7E14 nv, a worrisome number. It’s about right for a 1 sec excursion to ~200% power.

      i sure hope the Cl38 report was bogus.

      old jim

    • James Tekton James Tekton

      Six days later, the radioactive plutonium hit Denver. Nine days later, it hit DC and the soterobama was n Brazil hiding from the dangerous plume leaving all of America unprotected and unsuspecting of the death cloud that passed over the entire country. Anyone that voted for this usurper traitor chicken shirt commie socialist puppet should be hung out to dry.


      • Time Is Short Time Is Short

        Ever read 'Tragedy And Hope' by Carroll Quigley, James? It explains the entire Matrix. The free .pdf version on the Net is somewhat 'sanitized', but anyone here can fill in the blanks.

        Not an easy read, but most enlightening.

        Then there is the complete series by Edwin Black:

        Not for anyone with a weak stomach.

      • Seraphine Seraphine

        "Anyone that voted for this usurper traitor chicken shirt commie socialist puppet should be hung out to dry."
        I'm no fan of Obama, but that line makes me a very sad panda.

        a) Please remember that the nuclear industry is a rider & politicians, including higher-ups, are horses of a sort. It's like a trickle-down theory of abuse: IAEA/NRC/etc threaten governments, governments threaten people, & sheeple who see things the way MSM tells them to spout abuse at people who are paying attention. Like abused (if ambitious) children, leaders curry favor with their alphabet agency abusers & promote them.

        b) Please look up the definitions of communism and socialism. I think 'fascism' is the word you're looking for.

        c) Please consider that Romney would be just as much, if not more so, in bed w/all the same dirty industries Obama is – and we'd probably be mired in *even more* military "interventions" & campaigns to spread "freedom" & "democracy" in the Middle East.

        d) Please realize that while equally guilty, any president is largely a figurehead, there to take the blame for the actions the government takes.

        e) Please leave the sweeping political bile in the forum, pretty panda please? We know who are to blame & who enable them. Let's talk about what we're going to DO.

        /panda lecture

    • razzz razzz

      I struggle with video editing and there is more things I would like to do but I try…

    • Hot and Bothered Hot and Bothered

      I'm still hoping someone will leak the other videos they supposedly have.

    • AirSepTech AirSepTech

      That's pretty good video.

      That H2 vent stack gives a good reference point.
      The camera angle, building shadows put the stack right through the middle of the bldg., on a sw to nw diagonal.

      This video does not fit well with other pictures and info.
      When you look at this frame by frame, other stuff doesn't add up.

      After the flash, the 'BIG BANG' is direct center, with a good amount of energy/material also coming from the SFP to the right of the main cloud/explosion. Then some very heavy objects falling straight down exactly centered with the stack.

      I can't believe TEPCO's story of the 'warped' concrete cap, it makes no sense, unless you believe it fell back in place. ????
      I do believe the 2nd containment pics, FUBAR, bet that RV is expanded just a little.

      It does not look like the main blast came from the SFP area.

      It would be bad PR to say the reactor 'exploded'


  • FallOut FallOut

    Senate Bill on testing for nuclear radiation advances

    Two state Senate committees have passed a bill calling for the Hawaii Department of Health to launch a pilot project to monitor radiation levels for five years because some people are concerned about fallout from the March 11, 2011, nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan.

    Senate Bill 3049 has received some lawmakers' support, despite opposition from state health officials who say the department doesn't see a concern and already has a radiation surveillance system in response to the disaster.

    • Questionit

      I like the intent of the senate committees. But if the agency and controllers do not want to find anything, or allow the public to know, these committees must install an overseeing structure that is effective.
      Sounds like the health officials have a purposefully ineffective radiation surveillance system in place that gives the appearance of protecting the public when it does not. Which is just how they want it.

      • Socrates

        Hurting the tourist, food, real estate industries would have to be balanced against trying to protect public health when the damage has already been set in motion three years ago. The Senate will study the data years from now. The truth is that subtle changes cannot be measured and the precautionary principle should apply; but without being able to change 3-11, the issue more likely will become one of "safe" levels. Permissible levels will be raised and deemed to be "safe."

        Breaks my heart to see paradise contaminated.

        • We Not They Finally

          It's true that PR and the economy will trump public health. (Though I did read that they started to put boron in milk to protect children.) But there is really nothing "subtle" about these changes, plus they are all going in the wrong direction.

          I don't know that a land that dependent on tourism will ever handle it differently. I don't even know what they are thinking: That the local population will be getting sicker, but at least the tourists will only be there temporarily and their money can help fund the coming health crises in Hawaii? Or that it's not just us, it will be the whole world, so let people come have a good time in "paradise" as long as they can?

          Lying should be the LAST line of defense. But they'll figure out some partial testing or selective testing or maybe move the decimal point of the readings over to the right…..

          • We Not They Finally

            Oh, I meant move the decimal points over to the left. So it looks like just 1/10 or 1/100 as much contamination. "TEPCO style."

        • GQR2

          It's going to be very hard for the people in the Pacific Riviera to come to grips with the fact that the fish,the beach, the beach properties are all contaminated. Certain cities have doubled the number of cruise ships allowed to dock per yr. Just one huge aspect of the catastrophic heart break situation.

          the realization of contamination can be seen on FB.

          person's FB status: we feasted on crab legs and yellow tail dinner and glowed at the movies,such a happy time together with my daughter.

          FB friend 1 : that's so nice.

          FB friend 2: Hey you need to stop eating all that fish!

          poster: i always glow when my kids visit blah blah glib glib.

          FB posters sister: med check!!

          Those cavalier are getting more urgent warnings. General awareness is beginning.

          Then it starts to sink in, The Pacific Ocean is poisoned forever only to bio accumulate and increase.

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Seek and you shall find…and that could be a huge, no massive problem for tourism.. 🙁

  • "estimated… temporal variations of relative concentration combined with the radioactive decay rate."
    – from above

    I would call this 'doublespeak'.
    (basic patterns of persuasion used in political propaganda)
    (perpetuated language that is grossly deceptive, evasive, euphemistic, CONFUSING, or self-centered)

    If people could understand or even just grasp a little bit of the insidious nature of radioactive contamination's unlimited number of transport pathways (vectors) we could start to eliminate these DNA Destroying Death Machines.

    Simply stated. Everything it touches becomes contaminated!

    It spreads and accumulates, especially if the source of the contamination is continuous and out of control.

  • Socrates

    I am convinced that there were many inhaled hot particles, followed by plumes of 129/131I; the 134/137Cs; 90Sr. Whether by air, land or sea, our environment was degraded. In the future we will witness a mosaic of complex deposition of radionuclides into our food and water. In other words, a Chernobyl-like effect in North America.

    The better the perceived Fukushima outcome, the more the nuclear industry will claim that there is room to maneuver to increase their market share by building more reactors. Naturally, if the deleterious effects on health were all realized up-front, people could comprehend the time-released negative radioactive effects and stop this form of technology.

    Control of the data and PR means control of the spin. Many people have already been sentenced to death, on a statistical basis, and their offspring genetically-modified in very bad ways.

    By the time people wake up, their gooses will be cooked… The debate will go on based on assumptions and incomplete data. By the time the full extent of the damage is realized, the can will have been kicked down the road for the next generations to deal with for the electricity we use today. As with banking, these toxic derivatives will be "legacy" garbage not currently on the books as liabilities.

    • FallOut FallOut

      Once the Pacific Ocean goes belly up the world will be in shock & shut down the industry.

      The isotopes entering the waters today are much more destructive than the first year. On top of the fact the ocean has been hammered from above since day one.

      It's will happen soon & the world will be staring at that ongoing mess. Millions & millions of people depend on this food source. They are gonna flip-

      • Socrates

        Deepsea studies are demonstrating that toxic algae forms are replacing healthy ones on the bottom. Radiation will degrade the oceans further. I have changed my diet to avoid seafood. The ocean is a dump.

      • We Not They Finally

        Interesting that there was even an IAEA report (someone here linked it) where even they (lying scum) conceded that strontium and uranium particles settle down to the bottom of the sea. Not just float on top until they are "diluted." So OF COURSE the plankton is being poisoned. and so on up the food chain.

        We also DON'T KNOW the extent of airborne releases thus far — either atmospherically or able to settle down into the sea. We know that the MOX fuel in reactor 3 blew up and that that has long-range horrifying implications. But even that is only part of the tale.

        Looks like we are going to find out "the hard way." ("Oh, I thought it would all be taken care of by dilution. NOW what do we do?")

  • Ontological Ontological

    I changed my diet to primarily vegan/vegi many years ago when mercury was an issue. I still got cancer from FUKU dust. There is no real way to protect yourself from this. Ocean has been a dump for 40 years now. When you can neither breath or eat safely, things are getting bad.

  • Nick

    Something wicked comes this way.

    If you have ever wondered what evil looks like, this data shows you how it can travel.

    Wisps of vaporous death, silently and tastelessly, and invisibly, wreacking havoc for all to se(a).

    I was conceived in the center of the Pacific Ocean. My consciousness is part of that vast blue ocean.

    Don't talk like the ocean is an other.

    What a bunch of morons we are.

    • zogerke zogerke

      Nick. Sorry, as in condolences, for us….. Ocean not an other; planet not an other; all part of me/we. Sorry.

      So, for those of us who think this is a really bad thing…how do you BE around someone you love who has what you think is a terminal illness? (thinking of earth and oceans as if a person, just for the purpose of this argument)?
      You love them. You protect them. You treat them like they are the most precious beings, and appreciate all of their quirks even while your heart breaks. Personally i know no other way.

      Grateful for those with energy and strength to educate truthfully widely and activate activists …

      • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

        @zogerke; I can tell exactly how it is to be around the person I love the most who was diagnosed with a terminal illness,and I do tell it right here as I have all along…I'd apologize for describing the details so often if I wasn't setting it out for the nuke-pukes who did this to her to see & know what they've done to the people THEY care about along with the rest of us whom they couldn't care less about judging by not only what they've done,but what they HAVEN'T done(about it)! Maybe some troll will laugh and portray their victims who are smart enough to be here keeping abreast of 311 issues as "nut-jobs" who "fear cosmic radiation & stardust from some event in space millions of light years away",but then we're talking about an ongoing event of THEIR creation taking place RIGHT NOW on and below the Earth with toxic poisons being mfg.'d and accumulating at levels bound to kill many,if not ALL humans & the magnificent life forms that those of us who DO NOT rely on their foul,failed technology & antiquated infrastructure for their source of finances aren't willing to even consider as "acceptable losses" just as long as Big Nuke continues netting paychecks & dividends MIGHT'VE found a way to co-exist with despite the dirty habits & footprint of human activities had this 311 ELE never occurred(?)!! 🙁 Right now though I'm more concerned & wound-up by the image I have of the moment I awake & turn over to see my wife's beautiful smile instead twisted in death…

    • Ontological Ontological

      This horror is NOT completely invisible. If you know what to look for in the sky, Cesium becomes OBVIOUS. I don't know how much longer I have to tell people this before they STOP ignoring it!

  • Nick

    Did folks think that radiation just vanishes after being diluted?

    Gamma = electrons

    Beta = protons

    alpha = neutrons.

    Atoms decay three dimensionally, the energies are registered as distinct wave-lengths.

    Visible light is only a fraction of the electro-magnetic spectrum.

    Think sound effects….phhhhhttt!! zap! wophhttttt! etc.

    The atomic forces are rips in space time, sort of a reverse blackhole where matter "arises" out of thin air, an upwelling of energy discharge.

    Particles of atoms, toxic until the end of time.

  • Nick

    My only solace in all this is to learn more deeply, the ways of the small, to learn how energies too subtle to sense, affects us all.

    Our very presence is all we can give, to ourselves and each other.

    It is the humans that don't feel the oceans' pain that are in need of others "with" presence.

    I can't pin point what it is, but in humans, we all burn at different intensities, some are dimmer, some are brighter….

    That human energy is all that a human can contribute to his/her surroundings.

    Yeah, you can act like a piece of sea-weed sloshing in the waves on the shore, burning your epidermis to a crisp, or you can be thinking of eating chocolate ice cream with macadamia nuts and coconut after you drag your bruised and battered soul onto the reefs of human companionship.

  • Tiza Tiza

    Wow, they need to be looking at the radiation exposure in WA state. This is serious. These birth defects may not be from that, but you never know.

  • FallOut FallOut

    Good picture of the inside of reactor building top floor.


    In Washington, "Bizarre Cluster of Severe Birth Defects Haunts Health Officials"…they are baffled.

    So sad 🙁

    • GQR2

      Tiza and WYO, reading that article it seems that our society has indeed collapsed. Just no money to do robust Public Health Studies.
      Here we have a cluster of severe birth defects in a small hospital as the Realities of FukuSHHHH! devastate the Pacific Northwest and most but the 58 yr old RN at the 25 bed hospital,barely yawns. oh we'll look into.
      The CDC is going to release a report soon.

      The government honestly seems more interested in their Flu pandemic creations and scenarios, crowd control than it does the health of its people. That is a big red flag for an absolutely failed government.

      If some crazy tampered with Tylonal they would Marshall the resources. The people need the probable problem ID's so they can form communities and build support and survival structures.
      Wait until the even devasting physical defects show up on the table in clusters. Not warning people , erring on the side of safety for god's sake,is criminal. The health of some business interest is not worth more than a healthy child. Only a collapsed society would act this way.

      • Tiza Tiza


        I'm not even sure it's from the radiation, but they need to be checking for that. Most people still don't know that WA state had some bad Fuku stuff come in through the air, now in the ocean. It's pretty scary. They don't know what's causing those birth defects yet, but surely they should check for the radiation.

      • Homolumina Homolumina

        Hi GQR2, just want to throw in an update – my friend who owns the international press agency is getting into the subject matter – he responded to my mail today. I am on to this and more, and will do whatever I can to raise awareness and put an end to the criminals ruling the world… When everybody does what they can, it should make a difference. Just to let you know – I kicked off a press campaign in 1997 in Europe regarding health insurance coverage for women and after about 8 months the law was changed… I will NOT give up on this here, promise. All my love to everybody here on this forum.

        • GQR2

          That is deeply awesome Homolumina. Heartening news. really good.

          all love back to you back to you as well. Thanks so much for the follow through. Giving up is not an option. resting yes,giving up..nope.

        • rakingmuck

          Anything I can do to help you, anything at all – just let me know.

          • Homolumina Homolumina

            Dear Rakingmuck and dear GQR2, thank you so much, I will ask, I cannot do this alone. I hope I can convince my dear friend of the severity of the situation. Then I hope he will contact some of the celebs who would be appropriate, I am thinking of younger ones, since I feel the young people need to be addressed first and foremost. Then this potential spokes person needs to be educated, there are a lot of letters that need to be written, communication materials that need to be created – so – thank you so much ! I will keep you all posted. I need to get into action, otherwise I am going nuts… Teachers, preschool teachers, nurses and mothers need to be educated too – everyone who tends to our precious, innocent children ! So much work to do… so let's do it !

        • tonybach

          Well done Homolumina. As we say in England, you are a gentleman and a scholar sir. And a sincere thanks also, to all posters on ENE. I log in at least twice a day to read and study your comments. Thanks a lot guy's ( and gals).

  • atomicistheword

    An aspect being ignored is the accelerated release of methane into the environment from species die off.


    The information here relates to pollution not radioactive death and methane release. This Fukushima event alone has the potential to rev up natural methane releases by hundreds of years.

    Dead pacific ocean = massive climate change.

    • James Tekton James Tekton

      Howdy, Atomic.

      People think that by going to the southern hemisphere, they will escape this deadly killing evil radiation. The strange fact is, it is already down there and has been for some time. Now, it is only growing in accumulation and nothing seems to be stopping it. They can rant and politely banter all they want about what has happened, but it has not going to change one iota of WHAT IS HAPPENING NOW.

      Right now, the food that is coming from california is hotter that our environment here. If you did not see the latest rad report, go check it out. What do you do when YOU realize your food is hotter, or more radioactive with SOMETHING unknown, than our already hot environment here is. Go see the pics.


      • Capt. Nemo Capt. Nemo

        Well, St. George Island in the South Atlantic might be a good resort. A bit cold though. But plenty of solitude and beautiful! Probably real estate is a steal. Building materials? Used to be a whaling station so there might be lots of free lumber and stuff.
        Definitely for the young and adventurous.

        • Capt. Nemo Capt. Nemo

          Oops! Amend. That's South Georgia Island. Not St. George Island. "Stunningly beautiful and rugged, this island wildlife sanctuary, once visited, is not easily forgotten. Its snow covered peaks, blue glacier ice and emerald green bays, are breathtaking sights."–its website Definitely a warm clothing environment. But not a bad place to die of radiation sickness I would think. Not sure.
          Currently no permanent residents so one could start his own local gov. Might have to sing "God save the Queen" until Argentina takes it again. So Spanish might be a good second language. Just a thought.

      • atomicistheword

        To an extent this is true. Atomic radiation testing from America and England has tainted the environment. Massive amounts of contaminated Californian oranges, walnuts and other products are being dumped on Australian supermarket shelves. We have been part of the maruta experiment for quite some time.

        In regard of food Contamination beggers cannot be choosers, thus wise food knowledge is required in diminishing consumption exposure. Man (666) altered food (GMO) is low in essential immune system content and could attribute to increased uptake. (leaky guts etc)

        The great tribulation brought to you by General Electric Hitachi (who knew these reactors were unsafe) "We bring good things to life"

        Corporation atomic radiation is trying to hard sell Thorium reactors now. More lie fraud promises. Tell It to the Fukushima government!!!

        Human made = inferior. With that knowledge we can humbly continue to develop safe technology in full self-esteem that we are not perfect. Those with eyes see, those with ears hear. The nuclear family is severely humbled. Time for YOU to eat cake.

        Coming to a headquarters near you "Attack Of The Underlings" in TOHoscOPE. Staring Fukuzilla born of atomic radiation……

  • Capt. Nemo Capt. Nemo

    Nuclear test at Whole Foods Colorado today: these first eight words might be a bit misleading. Actually what I did was talk to employees about radioactivity and their food. The cheese lady, a sandwich maker, maybe the milk guy . . . Whole Foods is the perfect social nexus for this study as their shoppers tend to be well off and the type that could move south. And they follow the health stuff avidly. So a good place to gather input. Suggest others ask questions and benefit from the many anxious minds in their area via health food stores . . .
    Personally I am taking care with West coast products and fish. But I also realize that no place is safe these days. Now Buddha subsisted on one grain a rice per day. So . . . Rice is cheap and some can be gotten still from none radioactive areas.

  • w

    >petifish: the best information on radiation impact in Pacific ocean I saw was the documentary "Radioactive Paradise" on the Science channel. A team of marine scientist went back to the Bikini Atoll in the South Pacific to examine the Crossroad project where the US tested 23 atomic bombs in the 50's for 12 years. Using atomic for peace rhetoric, the US government convinced 180+ residents to move out of their island home so US can do their atomic and hydrogen bomb testing. They tried to let the residence move back in the 80s, but soon found out that the residents quickly become highly contaminated with cesium inside their bodies from the coconut and the foods they ate. Today the island is still deserted.

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture


    Fish and kelp in southern California are already radiated. What isn't?

    And air currents are bringing nuclear radiation through North America and beyond, non-stop, 24/7.

    That is why cattle feed, and everything else, is becoming contaminated.

    Will anyone want to live in the path of non-stop nuclear radiation?

    That pathway is the jet stream.

    • Cisco Cisco

      And, what the Pacific will deliver to the North American West coast will make Sellafield look like child's play. It has the capacity to eclipse what the jet stream is delivering, now.

      Evaporation over its vastly contaminated surface waters, forming rain clouds that will carry radioactive rain across the continent will deliver a more concentrated and deadlier brew than rain outs from the jet stream.

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    You always see TheBigPicture so/very clearly! 🙂

  • So it will travel from 135deg to 150deg in 50 days.

    But another 90deg = 900 days?

    And Magically the cesium disposition is 4% its original mass. Yet 4% is what was the actual raise only days after the crisis.

    Math never makes sense to people that lie. Only people that understand complex mathematics will catch them.

  • sentinelle sentinelle

    "Fukushima nuclear particles ***WILL MOVE*** east across Pacific — Narrow line of radioactive pollutants to make it all the way across ocean this year"

    Will move????
    Are they crazy?
    Is this wording supposed to be calming. No fears – it will move, but hasn't moved yet. About the same as "no present concern or health risks".
    Let's all just om and live in the now and all is well, now.

  • jackassrig

    "Don't worry. Smile" Custer when he saw all those Indians.

  • silent weapons for quiet wars is an active operation against the homo insanien race that occupies this planet, we cognizant bugs are just a nuisance and will die out just as fast as the truly insane that continue to swallow the lies. i harbor no feelings anymore beyond disgust at how easily we have been manipulated for centuries of rule by genocidal "heroes" foisted upon us as presidents and ministers.
    the masses grin and bear tickets for non seatbelt use and ignore the imposed radiation, gmo and geoengineering weapons of genocide the same now as from the dawn of "civilization". humans are a particularly gullible species that will yet again seal the fate of the planet to extinction. lies come too easily and pass too quickly to the masses that prefer tv and games of the roman model.