300 tons of nuclear water leaks to sea daily
Japan’s industry ministry estimates that about 300 tons of radioactive water leaks from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into the sea daily. [Read more…]
Scientist Marco Kaltofen Presents Data Confirming Hot Particles
Washington, DC – October 31, 2011 – Today Scientist Marco Kaltofen of Worchester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) presented his analysis of radioactive isotopic releases from the Fukushima accidents at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA). Mr. Kaltofen’s analysis confirms the detection of hot particles in the US and the extensive airborne and ground contamination in northern Japan due to the four nuclear power plant accidents at TEPCO’s Fukushima reactors. Fairewinds believes that this is a personal health issue in Japan and a public health issue in the United States and Canada – [Read more…]
Aileen Mioko Smith leads Green Action “founded in 1991, Green Action is a Japanese citizens organization (NGO) campaigning to stop Japan’s plutonium program.” ไลน์w88Fukushima Green Action – Japan
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Asahi: “Horrifying” that Fukushima meltdown equivalent to almost 30 times the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in WWII
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“A series of disasters, potential disasters, bad news and worrying studies over the course of the past week have brought public attention back to the issue of radiation and its attendant health risks, and further exposed how governmental agencies that are supposed to protect the public have in fact knowingly put the public at risk and even colluded with the very industries they are supposed to be ‘regulating.'”
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Looks like a worker at the Ft. Calhoun, Nebraska, Nuclear Power Plant accidentally punctured the water berm that was designed to keep flood waters at bay. Update on rod pool as well.
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and from ex-skf –
“To defend TEPCO somewhat, though, it was not TEPCO who doubled the estimate of the radioactive materials released from Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant; it was the government agency, the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency.”
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Highly radioactive sludge found at sewage plants in Fukushima Prefecture will be temporarily kept at those plants, the central government has announced.
The move came after high levels of radioactive cesium were detected in sludge and other waste material at sewage plants in Fukushima Prefecture — home to the disaster-crippled Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant.
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And James Corbett of the Corbett Report – Chernobyl v Fukushima – The Art of the Cover up
The Japanese government is trying to calm fears about radiation levels and food safety in the region around the heavily damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power facility, even as it has raised the severity rating of the crisis to the highest possible level. “Radiation is continuing to leak out of the reactors. The situation is not stable at all,” says Dr. Michio Kaku, professor of theoretical physics at the City University of New York and the City College of New York. “The slightest disturbance could set off a full-scale meltdown at three nuclear power stations, far beyond what we saw at Chernobyl.”
by Yoichi Shimatsu
Confused and often conflicting reports out of Fukushima 1 nuclear plant cannot be solely the result of tsunami-caused breakdowns, bungling or miscommunication. Inexplicable delays and half-baked explanations from Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) seem to be driven by some unspoken factor.
The smoke and mirrors at Fukushima 1 seem to obscure a steady purpose, an iron will and a grim task unknown to outsiders. The most logical explanation: The nuclear industry and government agencies are scrambling to prevent the discovery of atomic-bomb research facilities hidden inside Japan’s civilian nuclear power plants.
A secret nuclear weapons program is a ghost in the machine, detectable only when the system of information control momentarily lapses or breaks down. A close look must be taken at the gap between the official account and unexpected events.
TEPCO, Japan’s nuclear power operator, initially reported three reactors were operating at the time of the March 11 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. Then a hydrogen explosion ripped Unit 3, run on plutonium-uranium mixed oxide (or MOX). Unit 6 immediately disappeared from the list of operational reactors, as highly lethal particles of plutonium billowed out of Unit 3. Plutonium is the stuff of smaller, more easily delivered warheads.A fire ignited inside the damaged housing of the Unit 4 reactor, reportedly due to overheating of spent uranium fuel rods in a dry cooling pool. But the size of the fire indicates that this reactor was running hot for some purpose other than electricity generation. Its omission from the list of electricity-generating operations raises the question of whether Unit 4 was being used to enrich uranium, the first step of the process leading to extraction of weapons-grade fissionable material.
The bloom of irradiated seawater across the Pacific comprises another piece of the puzzle, because its underground source is untraceable (or, perhaps, unmentionable). The flooded labyrinth of pipes, where the bodies of two missing nuclear workers—never before disclosed to the press— were found, could well contain the answer to the mystery: a lab that none dare name.
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And from Forbes on Friday, April 8, 2011 –
? Unusual Reading At Chatanooga Nuclear Plant
? Milk Contamination At EPA Maximum
? Highest Levels Yet In Boise Rainwater
Radiation from Japan has been detected in drinking water in 13 more American cities, and cesium-137 has been found in American milk—in Montpelier, Vermont—for the first time since the Japan nuclear disaster began, according to data released by the Environmental Protection Agency late Friday.
Milk samples from Phoenix and Los Angeles contained iodine-131 at levels roughly equal to the maximum contaminant level permitted by EPA, the data shows. The Phoenix sample contained 3.2 picoCuries per liter of iodine-131. The Los Angeles sample contained 2.9. The EPA maximum contaminant level is 3.0, but this is a conservative standard designed to minimize exposure over a lifetime, so EPA does not consider these levels to pose a health threat.
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Independent scientist Leuren Moret, MA, PhD (ABT) has stated in an exclusive April 4, 2011 interview with reporter Alfred Lambremont Webre that the effects of the tectonic nuclear war against the populations and breadbaskets of North America (Canada, United States, Hawaii, and Mexico) are being intentionally covered up by the administrations of Barack Obama in the United States and Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Canada.
The radiation effect of this false flag global radiation war intensified this week as radiation maps produced by the Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU) now confirm that the Midwest of the United States, all of California, the states of Oregon and Washington and the western part of Canada are under a radiation threat with radiation levels as high as that in Japan in areas adjacent to the six units of the Fukushima nuclear power plant that started in melt-down on March 11, 2011.
Leuren Moret – Coverup – California Northwest USA BC Canada under radiation threat as high as Japan by Alfred Webre
Leuren Moret – Scientists declare northern 1/3 of Japan uninhabitable and should be evacuated
by Alfred Webre
Are there no other nuclear power plants in all of Japan that could provide radiation monitoring badges to the workers of the crippled Fukushima Dai’Ichi nuclear power plant?
And the LA Times reported the following details on April 1, 2011 –
“Even as radiation levels are rising at the nuclear plant, public broadcaster NHK said Thursday that many workers at the facility do not have radiation monitoring badges. Tokyo Electric Power Co., known as Tepco, which owns the plant, confirmed the report, noting that most of the devices were destroyed in the magnitude 9 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that left 27,500 people dead or missing.”
“Company officials said only 320 monitors remained out of the 5,000 devices the company had before the disaster. But they said the leaders of each team of workers have a badge and that workers without badges are assigned to areas with low radiation risk. Tepco added that it may postpone low-priority work to minimize employees being on site without a monitor.”
Read the full story here –Radioactivity surges again at Japan nuclear plant
The T-Room reported last week that the Stuxnet virus launched by Israeli/US forces targeting Iran’s Nuclear Plant facilities slithered out of their control last year, and has been infecting thousands of computers worldwide including Japan. This virus targets the cooling system via the Siemen’s PLC software used in the majority of nuclear plants, and although plant operators “see” normal operations in their control rooms, the virus is eating away at the safety net completely without their knowledge. This is the havoc the Israelis and US intended to create for Iranians, but failed. Instead, it’s now a threat to every single nuclear facility worldwide who uses Siemen’s PLC software which means it is a very real threat to you and me no matter where you live in this world.
Due to this most reckless and insane not so “secret” cyberwar weaponry, the world is being held hostage by the events unfolding everyday at the Fukushima Dai’Ich Nuclear Power Plants. Today, March 31, 2011, Reactor #3 had it’s second hydrogen explosion which means the plutonium rods once embedded in the ceiling are destroyed and this extremely dangerous radioactive isotope is in the air and water. This second blast also means the “cooling” system is unrepairable and that a nuclear meltdown is occurring.
Yesterday, TEPCO confirmed Reactor #2 is in full meltdown. We’ll be learning any moment now that Reactors 1 and 4 are in full meltdown. This nuclear event is a MAJOR, MAJOR, MAJOR CATASTROPHE! One needs to stay on top of what is going on b/c the mainstream news sources are busy focusing their resource on material that is intended to distract you. Do not let them achieve this goal – click on this link for sources you can check in on anytime throughout the day to stay on top of this –RESOURCES FROM JAPAN TO HELP YOU STAY ON TOP OF THIS UNFOLDING CATASTROPHE –
Below is the latest from Fukushima – we will update throughout the day –
What appears to be another hydrogen blast has occurred at a nuclear power plant in Fukushima. No damage to the reactor chamber has been reported, but 11 people have been injured.
The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency says what it believes was a hydrogen blast occurred at 11:01 AM on Monday at the No.3 reactor of Tokyo Electric Power Company’s Fukushima No.1 nuclear power plant. The agency says it has so far observed no abnormal rise in radiation around the compound of the plant.
The company says the blast injured 11 people, including 4 of its employees and 4 Self-Defense Force members.
The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency has advised anyone remaining within 20 kilometers of the power plant to take shelter inside buildings as soon as possible. About 500 people are thought to be still in the area.
A similar hydrogen blast occurred at the No.1 reactor at the same plant on Saturday.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano told reporters that he has received a report that the latest blast has left the container of No.3 reactor intact. He said the likelihood of large volumes of radioactive materials being dispersed in the air is low.
Video footage shows that the top of the building housing the reactor has been blown off, as in Saturday’s blast.
Fears of an explosion grew when the water level of the No. 3 reactor dropped, exposing fuel rods, and a reaction with the steam generated a large amount of hydrogen. The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency says that even if the top of the building has blown off, the reactor chamber will not be affected.
Monday, March 14, 2011 12:30 +0900 (JST)
OAK HARBOR, OHIO — Trace amounts of radiation from Japan has found its way into more than 100 puddles of rainwater near the Davis Besse power plant in Oak Harbor.? First Energy reports that the iodine was present in 131 puddles.
Carrolyn O’neal is a long time Oak Harbor resident.? She had no idea that the iodine isotope had made it into her backyard.? “Well we weren’t aware of anything popping up from Japan,” said O’neal.
It was the same isotope found in a snow sample collected in Perrysburg on Saturday by University of Toledo professor Hans Gottgens.? “Iodine 131 is not occurring in the environment under normal circumstances it is a fission product.”
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Obama: “We Do not Expect” Harmful Radiation in U.S.”
Ann Coulter: “Liberals blinded us with science”….Radiation is good for you.
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And today, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved Environmental Impact statements for two new reactors in Georgia –
There are no environmental reasons why two new reactors should not be built at the existing Vogtle nuclear power plant site in Georgia, according to the US nuclear safety regulators.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)?has completed its consideration of the environmental impacts of expanding the Vogtle plant with two 1100 MWe Westinghouse AP1000s in addition to two 1250 MWe units that have operated there since the late 1980s. The regulator’s approval came in the form of a final supplemental environmental impact statement necessary for a limited work authorization (LWA) and the combined construction and operating licence (COL). It concluded that “there are no environmental impacts that would preclude” the awards.
The NRC work in reaching this point was built on an Early Site Permit awarded to Vogtle in August 2009. This officially noted the site’s suitability for new nuclear reactors and therfore allowed planning to begin in earnest. The early site permit documentation was supplemented with a statement from the NRC on environmental impact in September 2010.
Southern Nuclear submitted?its application to construct and operate two the new reactors in March 2008 and the company supplemented this in October 2009. The Vogtle application incorporates information from both the Site Safety Analysis Report conducted for its ESP application and from Southern’s environmental report. For a COL application referencing an ESP, the NRC is required to prepare a supplement to the ESP Environmental Impact Statement.
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As well, NHK reported today plutonium found in soil samples and NEI reported –
UPDATE AS OF 11:30 A.M. EDT, MONDAY, MARCH 28:
Radiation levels in the seawater near the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant remained high on Monday, but dropped considerably from the levels reported on Sunday. Monday’s sampling near the plant’s south discharge outlet showed that radioactive iodine levels were 250 times normal, reduced significantly from 1,850 times normal.
Radiation dose rates also remained elevated in the turbine buildings of reactors 1, 2, 3 and 4. Tokyo Electric Power Co. on Monday said that workers had found similarly high radiation levels in water in drainage conduits outside reactors 1 and 2. The company said that rubble at reactor 3 prevented measures from being taken there on Monday.
TEPCO is pumping contaminated water from the basement of the turbine building at reactors 1 and 2 to the main condenser. The company also continued to pump fresh water into reactors 1, 2 and 3, using electrical-driven pumps rather than diesel-powered fire pumps.
Levels of radiation at the plant’s main gate ranged from 12.5 millirems per hour to about 20 millirem per hour. The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s annual limit for occupational exposure is 5,000 millirem.
For more information about radiation, see NEI’s Web page on health and radiation safety.