Hello World! “In the theory advanced here, to recapitulate—” Discuss this #Fukushima #Nuclear situation TODAY with your SMART FRIENDS

Contaminated air mass over the United States.

netc10-24-13  fukushima

Bravo for the Info, not for the additional #Fukushima Rads in the air, everywhere!!  As recently referenced in LUCY OCCUPY SAYS, 

Something BIG and #Nuclear has Happened AGAIN!!! Who knows more??!!

http://lucyoccupy.com/2013/10/22/something-big-and-nuclear-has-happened-again-who-knows-more/

Pass the Duct Tape! Sure looks like it was a nuke event at Fukushima.

Triple Nuclear Meltdowns SINCE MARCH 11, 2011.

Triple Nuclear Meltdowns SINCE MARCH 11, 2011.

ADVANCING ELE, Extinction Level Event!  

Ask More About Fukushima Now  https://askaboutfukushimanow.com/

Ask More About Fukushima Now https://askaboutfukushimanow.com/

Bobby1 found it and tied it to a Rad surge with a section of a Tepco 24 hour film of the site. It showed the characteristic surge of fog like steam everywhere.  

The timing is right for the Cesium reading in the Seaweed.  

Thanks Bobby1 and Friends!

lion truth

WE ARE THE MEDIA NOW.  

Moving: “MIC CHECK!!!”

In the theory advanced here, to recapitulate…

1. Tepco had workers clear out debris from Units 1 and 3 in August,
2. While this was happening, the two camera sites were running fake re-run footage from the past.
3. The operation caused dust alarms from Unit 3 to go off.
4. The dust alarm was eventually turned off.
5. The piles of debris went critical.
6. Radionuclides were emitted into the atmosphere. Later, heavy rains and a typhoon leaked the radiation from this debris into the groundwater and into the sea. This was not only the original radiation from the debris, but also the radioisotopes which resulted from the criticality.
7. This was not a matter of Tepco passively standing by as the situation grew out of control. Tepco’s Three Stooges incompetence caused it in the first place.

I don’t know if this theory is true, but it fits the facts.

Fukushima to infinity and beyond

“And the “Blog of Waiting Chan” asserts  http://ameblo.jp/misininiminisi/entry-11649267610.html from an embedded video that the recent gigantic increases in contamination of underground water, which have been attributed to leaks from the tanks, have actually been due to Tepco clearing debris from Units 1 and 3. This occurred August 12 through Aug. 19. Fukushima Diary confirms that the dust alarms from Unit 3 were going off at this time. The dust alarm was eventually turned off. Also radiation spikes occurred in Fukushima prefecture at this time, and it appears that a criticality occurred. Check out this nuckelchen video from Aug. 20.”

~

“So the surges in contamination would have been from heavy rainfalls swamping the piles of debris, wherever they put them, and releasing large amounts of cesium, strontium and tritium. And it is possible that Tepco caused the August criticality. Two typhoons are on the way to Fukushima Daiichi….”

~

Possible dual criticalities at Fukushima Daiichi.

Posted on October 10, 2013

“There are multiple things going on at Fukushima right now. I have spent an inordinate amount of time trying to get some rhyme or reason as to what is happening there recently. It’s pretty baffling.”

Radiation What Radiation

Don’t buy the #PDP-L stats and stories…

Public Delusion Physics – Livermore.

Know there are 1,946 KNOWN lethal isotopes….shorts AND longs…. D’oh!

ASK ABOUT #FUKUSHIMA NOW
https://askaboutfukushimanow.com/

ALL NUCLEAR REACTORS LEAK ALL THE TIME
http://allreactorsleakallthetime.com/

LUCY OCCUPY SAYS
http://lucyoccupy.com/

THINK LOCALLY. ACT GLOBALLY. OCCUPY VIRTUALLY.
#StayOuttaTheStreets!  LIGHT UP THE INTERNET!

HIROSHIMA NAGASAKI FUKUSHIMA

Capture Fukushima Jiji Getty

In retrospect:  Remember this??!!

#Radiation Alert???!!

FUKUSHIMA EQUALS 6,000 HIROSHIMA BOMBS TODAY, MORE TOMORROW.  NO PLACE TO ESCAPE.

Talk about it! Tell your friends and tell your neighbors, and tell them to tell their friends and neighbors. Today.

Talk about it! Tell your friends and tell your neighbors, and tell them to tell their friends and neighbors. Today.

“~~~Answer. Ask what is the published lethality of the all of the released isotopes and do not let the Empire paid trolls fool you by using radioactivity numbers; it is the LETHALITY that counts.

~

When you find the radiation numbers for the two Cesium Twins multiply by 14 for the Total radiation in a single release from an active reactor core. Multiply the combined Cesium137/134 radioactivity numbers by 5 for the Total radioactivity in a single release for old fuel rods.  Those will give you a rough idea of the radiation released for that instance.”

~

Fukushima Equals 6,000 Hiroshima Bombs Today, More Tomorrow.

Short URL:http://www.veteranstoday.com/?p=268591

See more on nuclear situations: http://www.veteranstoday.com/author/bobnichols/

~

HELLO WORLD! Fukushima Equals 6,000 Hiroshima Bombs Today, More Tomorrow.

https://askaboutfukushimanow.com/2013/09/18/hello-world-fukushima-equals-6000-hiroshima-bombs-today-more-tomorrow-no-place-to-escape/

FRIENDS DON’T LET FRIENDS STAY IGNORANT!

TOKYO OLYMPICS 2020

Hello World! #Fukushima Update: The Russians are Coming! The French are, too!! Uncle Sam??

Russia Offers Fukushima Cleanup Help as Tepco Reaches Out

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-08-25/russia-offers-to-help-clean-up-fukushima-as-tepco-calls-for-help.html

“In our globalized nuclear industry we don’t have national accidents, they are all international,” Asmolov said

“…Russia repeated an offer first made two years ago to help Japan clean up its accident-ravaged Fukushima nuclear station, welcoming Tokyo Electric Power Co. (9501)’s decision to seek outside help…”

nuclear gravy train

Meanwhile in the un-invited USA, a prominent US nuke expert and anti-nuke guru is quoted with the following bits of advice:

“… if the fuel pools at reactor 4 collapse due to an earthquake – people should get out of Japan, and residents of the West Coast of America and Canada should shut all of their windows and stay inside for a while……”

[Was the obvious omission of the USA to the international assistance due to the allegations of the 21,000 extra pounds of Plutonium in Fukushima Reactor #3???  Was it ever found??? Who knows. ]

who else knows

‘Oh where, oh where have the SEVEN #Fukushima old reactor #fuel pits gone, oh where oh where could they be……’

Japan_Earthquake_4-490x250-e1362884799615

“Tap Experts    Japan can tap experts in France and the U.S. as well as Russia to help it tackle the situation at Fukushima, he [Asmolov] said.”

Russia Offers Fukushima Cleanup Help as Tepco Reaches Out

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-08-25/russia-offers-to-help-clean-up-fukushima-as-tepco-calls-for-help.html

By Yuriy Humber & Jacob Adelman – Aug 26, 2013 12:39 AM CT
Russia repeated an offer first made two years ago to help Japan clean up its accident-ravaged Fukushima nuclear station, welcoming Tokyo Electric Power Co. (9501)’s decision to seek outside help.
As Tokyo Electric pumps thousands of metric tons of water through the wrecked Fukushima station to cool its melted cores, the tainted run-off was found to be leaking into groundwater and the ocean. The approach to cooling and decommissioning the station will need to change and include technologies developed outside of Japan if the cleanup is to succeed, said Vladimir Asmolov, first deputy director general of Rosenergoatom, the state-owned Russian nuclear utility.
 Capture TEPCO AUG 2013
A worker checks radiation levels near the No. 10 storage tank in the H3 tank area at the Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan, in this handout photograph taken on Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2013. Source: Tokyo Electric Power Co. via Bloomberg
Fukushima Bloomberg Asmolov
Vladimir Asmolov, first deputy director general of Rosenergoatom, is seen in this 2007 photo. “It was clear for a long time that Tepco was not adequately coping with the situation,” Asmolov said. “It looks like Tepco management were the last to realize this,” he said. “Japan has the technologies to do this, but they lacked a system to deal with this kind of situation.” Photographer: Dmitry Beliakov/Bloomberg
Capture Fukushima Jiji Getty
Japan’s nuclear watchdog members, including Nuclear Regulation Authority members in radiation protection suits, inspect contaminated water tanks at the Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima prefecture on Aug. 23, 2013. Source: Jiji Press/AFP/Getty Images
“In our globalized nuclear industry we don’t have national accidents, they are all international,” Asmolov said. Since Japan’s new government took over in December, talks on cooperating between the two countries on the Fukushima cleanup have turned “positive” and Russia is ready to offer its assistance, he said by phone from Moscow last week.
After 29 months of trying to contain radiation from Fukushima’s molten atomic cores, Tokyo Electric said last week it will reach out for international expertise in handling the crisis. The water leaks alone have so far sent more than 100 times the annual norms of radioactive elements into the ocean, raising concern it will enter the food chain through fish.

‘Last to Realize’

The latest leak of 300 metric tons of irradiated water prompted Japan’s nuclear regulator to label the incident “serious” and question Tokyo Electric’s ability to deal with the crisis, echoing comments made by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe earlier this month. Zengo Aizawa, a vice president at Tepco, as the Tokyo-based utility is known, made the call for help at a press briefing in Japan’s capital on Aug. 21.
In addition to the leak, Tepco today announced that one of its two filters treating contaminated water was taken offline on Aug. 8 because of corrosion and will be shut until at least next month. The lost layer of filtration adds to the contamination levels of water in the storage tanks.
“It was clear for a long time that Tepco was not adequately coping with the situation,” Asmolov said. “It looks like Tepco management were the last to realize this,” he said. “Japan has the technologies to do this, but they lacked a system to deal with this kind of situation.”
The Fukushima accident of March 2011 is the world’s biggest nuclear disaster since the Soviet Union faced the explosion at Chernobyl in 1986.
So far, Tokyo’s solution to cooling melted nuclear rods at Fukushima that otherwise could overheat into criticality, or a self-sustained nuclear chain reaction, has been to pour water over them. That’s left more than 330,000 tons of irradiated water in storage tanks at the site so far. The water is treated to remove some of the cesium particles in it, which in turn leaves behind contaminated filters.

‘Vast Volumes’

The sheer quantity of water used is the most at a nuclear accident since the 1972 London convention banned the dumping of waste and radioactive water into the sea, said Peter Burns, formerly Australia’s representative on the United Nations scientific committee on the effects of atomic radiation.
“Until they figure out how to deal with such vast volumes of water, how to manage it, the problem” including of leaks will persist, Burns, a retired radiation physicist, said from Melbourne.
Retaining thousands of tons of radioactive water in tanks was the wrong strategy from the start and Tepco’s handling of the task is a “textbook picture of a failure of management,” Michael Friedlander, who has 13 years of experience running nuclear stations in the U.S., said in an interview with Bloomberg TV in Hong Kong.

Pumping Water

The idea of pumping water for cooling was never going to be anything but a “machine for generating radioactive water,” Asmolov said. Other more complex methods such as the use of special absorbents like thermoxide to clean contaminated water and the introduction of air cooling should be used, he said.
Russia’s nuclear company, Rosatom, of which Rosenergoatom is a unit, sent Japan a 5 kilogram (11 pound) sample of an absorbent that could be used at Fukushima almost three years ago, Asmolov said. It also formed working groups ready to help Japan on health effect assessment, decontamination, and fuel management, among others, Asmolov said. The assistance was never used, he said.
“Since the arrival of the new Japanese government, the attitude’s changed,” he said. “So far the talks have been on a diplomatic level, but they are much more positive. And we remain open to working together on this issue. To follow developments I monitor Fukushima news every morning.”

Tap Experts

Japan can tap experts in France and the U.S. as well as Russia to help it tackle the situation at Fukushima, he said……

SEE LINK FOR THE BALANCE OF THE STORY:  

SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS

To contact the reporters on this story: Yuriy Humber in Tokyo at yhumber@bloomberg.net; Jacob Adelman in Tokyo at jadelman1@bloomberg.net

####################

WE ARE THE MEDIA NOW….

SO ARE THESE GUYS…