Radiation threats are unique in that you can’t see, smell, taste, hear or feel them until it’s already done its damage and you are suffering the effects.
Listen to this video. It is a necessary lesson in nuclear toxicity and the world of difference between external radiation levels and their threat and internal levels of radiation from particles we have ingested into our systems through the air, water and food. Nuclear particles have both chemical and nuclear attributes and when such particles actually get inside of us it does not take a lot to create much harm to the tissues and cells.
We have rising levels of radioactive dust in the northern hemisphere so beware and take care—just a little is a lot.
You will hear in this video solid understanding of why Americans have a lot to worry about being on the same general latitude as Japan. From experience nuclear engineers understand latitude and longitude implications, none of which looks good for the Americans or of course not for the Japanese or anyone downwind. Downwind of course is the entire northern hemisphere.
But hey wait. Radiation? Threat? Japan? I thought that problem had gone away, been completely resolved so there has been nothing to worry about. Of course everything is resolved or our big brother government and our public health officials would be telling us right? There has been little in the papers… so we know the problem has gone away.
Yeah right, we wish! Captain Kirk and Scotty came and beamed the reactor site to the Klingons command center. We don’t have the all-clear sirens singing; we have silent ones screaming a message civilization cannot accept. Oh who gives a damn anyway, there is a comet coming to do our world harm so who cares? What madness can we expect from the mad world we live in?
Actually the only intelligent thing I can think of that saves any shred of dignity in the top echelons of the military and elite classes is that all along they have known something was coming that would drive them underground at an already expected time. Whether that something is Elenin or not remains to be seen.
Knowing a date would give them the nerve to allow all sanity to be thrown to the wind in terms of what is good for the race of man so let’s have war and anything else we can think of to distract the herd. Let’s get control of the maximum amount of wealth possible and build ourselves nice underground shelters, large flat screen TVs included. If they knew what was going to come in terms of civilization catastrophe (What are underground bunkers for?) they could more easily allow financial, economic, social, ecological and educational systems to run down to civilization-disrupting levels.
What I have been researching this past week is the possibility that the first major civilization-disrupting effect of the comet Elenin is Japan and Fukushima. Through gravitational and perhaps electrical and magnetic properties that are not quite understood, when the object came into alignment with the Earth and the Sun we got Fukushima. That was not even the beginning but now we can see that troubling threats are increasing as Elenin moves in on us. We will have to wait and see before we can come to conclusions but even without comets buzzing past the ears of the sun we are in a whole lot of trouble.
Already we have a huge problem our grandchildren are going to have to deal with—the radioactivity from Fukushima! We hear today that the Prime Minister of Japan will not accept anymore of his salary until the nuclear disaster is under control and that Japan’s plans for nuclear expansion are being buried as should the entire nuclear industry in the world.
Are our leaders really thinking since most of these children and their children are not going to be around they don’t have to lift a finger to help ensure they have a good future? Without an excuse we can only judge the elite as total barbarians—psychopathic monsters who are not capable of heart feelings of empathy and compassion for the human race.
We know they don’t want us to know about what is happing in terms of nuclear weather and events. The news is just not good in Japan. This is what is going on at Fukushima recently:
The situation at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant remains very serious. There continue to be many earthquakes around Japan along with alarm that the ground is sinking in various parts of Japan, resulting from the massive quake on March 11. This earthquake that hit eastern Japan was so powerful it pulled the entire country down into the sea. The mostly devastated coastal communities now face regular flooding because of their lower elevation and damage to sea walls from the massive tsunamis triggered by the quake.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.3 jolted Fukushima Prefecture of Japan on the 7th of May. The epicenter was some 10 km deep in the eastern part of the prefecture. Earlier on May 5, there occurred a magnitude 5.9 quake in the eastern area. Its epicenter was 10 km deep in the waters off Sanriku, Iwate Prefecture. Today a magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck 133 kilometres south-west off the Pacific island of Vanuatu near Loyalty Islands, the US Geological Survey (USGS) says.
Radioactive substances are continuing to leak from the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan with large amount of radioactive substances still leaking into the atmosphere. On May 5 the Tokyo Electric Power Co. announced that radioactive caesium-137 of 87 000 Bq per kilogram of earth was detected at the bottom of the waters off the area near Reactor No. 1 of the plant. This is about 38,000 times that at the time of ordinary survey, it said. Besides, radioactive iodine-131 and radioactive caesium-134 were detected as each 52,000 Bq and 90,000 Bq per kilogram of earth in the seabed.
White smoke continues to be emitted from units 2 and 3. No more white smoke was seen coming from unit 4 as of April 25. For the Fukushima Prefecture, gamma dose rates remain at 1.8 microsieverts (mSv). On Thursday Tokyo Shimbun also released similar data. According to them the amounts of radiation in Fukushima Prefecture reached 1.7 microsieverts per hour and those in Tochigi Prefecture 0.67. In the meantime, the Ministry of Forestry and Fisheries clarified that radioactive substance higher than the legal level was detected in feed for domestic animals in Chiba Prefecture.
Two robots sent into the reactor No. 1 building at the plant on the 26th of April took readings as high as 1,120 millisierverts of radiation per hour, Junichi Matsumoto, a general manager at Tokyo Electric Power Co., said. That’s more than four times the annual dose permitted to nuclear workers at the stricken plant. Now look at this chart below and even though it’s in French you can see if you stepped into this reactor building you would be a well-roasted dead duck in hours.
It is believed that 50% of a population would die within thirty days after receiving a dose of between 3500 to 5000 mSv to the whole body over a period of a few hours or even days.
Nuclear workers at Japan’s damaged Fukushima power plant are approaching their maximum allowable annual radiation exposure, power officials are saying in the beginning of May. Prior to the March 11 earthquake and tsunami that badly damaged four of six reactors at Fukushima, Japanese labor law said the maximum radiation nuclear workers could be exposed to per year was 100 millisieverts. Four days after the disaster, the maximum exposure was increased to 250 millisieverts.
Even with it being so quiet in the news about Japan’s nuclear situation, Japan’s prime minister instructed a utility to halt all three reactors at a power plant in central Japan because of safety concerns in the event of a major earthquake and tsunami. This means big trouble for their economy that cannot afford to have its knees chopped off because of extremely limited electrical resources. The forces of economic contraction are gathering momentum and there is no way our present financial system can stand up to contracting economic activity.
Radioactive substances may be leaking from fuel rods at a nuclear power plant in Tsuruga, the Fukui prefectural government said in early May, noting a rise in the level of radioactive substances in the reactor’s coolant water. Japan Atomic Power Co., the utility firm that operates the Tsuruga nuclear plant on the Sea of Japan coast, acknowledged “technical difficulties” at the unit 2 reactor and confirmed a possible leak of radioactive iodine from the reactor’s nuclear fuel rods into the coolant system.
The Japanese government admitted it kept in secret at least 5,000 radiation measurements and assessments after the nuclear event that struck Fukushima Daiichi. This was done in order to not induce panic in the population. The system that collects data about radiation leaks from the Japanese nuclear power plants does not work effectively, Japanese media have reported.
Earth is being bombarded by increasing levels of cosmic ray particles from some unknown origin. At the poles scientists suspect that it is from a local unknown not distant source. A device due to launch aboard the space shuttle Endeavour from Florida soon is designed to give scientists ability to see what is going on.
The AMS-02 e is a state-of-the-art particle physics detector