Now, Let’s Talk FUKUSHIMA: $100 For ANYONE Who Can Find #SpentFuelPool-3

Posted: March 31, 2015 in Canada, FUKUSHIMA, IAEA, Japan, nuclear-cartel, USA
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This is a comment from http://www.youtube.com/user/justincase.  I thought it was fantastic and should be a full blog-post.  Everyone really ought to read this and learn a bit about what is really happening at Fukushima Daiichi: On 3/25/2015, Tepco reported to NRA (Nuclear Regulation Authority) that 2,200,000,000,000 Bq of All β nuclide (including Strontium-90) leaked from the plant area to the plant port in the recent 314 days. The term is from 4/16/2014 to 2/23/2015. Regarding Tritium, 4,800,000,000,000 Bq leaked to the port, Tepco reported. These nuclides are contained in groundwater from the plant area. Tepco cannot complete building the underground wall to to separate the land and port because the wall would cause groundwater overflow in the plant area. These are incredibly high numbers. Now that we have this new information let’s do a little math to see where we’re at? 2.2 trillion Bq over 314 days = 7006369426.751592357 Bq /day @ 7 billion 291932059.447983015 Bq /hr @ 292 Million 81092.238735551 Bq / sec. @ 81 thousand According to TEPCO 4.8 Trillion Bq or roughly twice as much Tritium escaped into the Pacific. That’s roughly 162,000 Bq every second. Since this figure is short 51 days from a complete year that puts the grand total at: 2.557324841×10¹² Bq / yr 5.114649682×10¹² Bq /yr of Tritium using these numbers as a baseline & the common consensus that there is more radiation during the initial accident, – let’s just use these figures to be conservative. 1.022929936×10¹³ Bq of the 8 common isotopes tested 2.045859873×10¹³ Bq of Tritium as of March 11 2015 FYI: 10¹³ is 10 Trillion In other words, between what’s been released into the atmosphere & the surrounding land mass plus what’s been dumped into the ocean you could say (at least according to TEPCO) there has been roughly 30 Trillion bq of radioactive material released from Fukushima since 311 (plus 15 days) As an aside for comparison & to put this into perspective: — The Hiroshima bomb used 800 grams of plutonium. — Reactor 3 alone was mox fuel 2 million times more leathal than Chernobyl. — Each of the 4 fuel pools contained 122,000 fuel rods weighing 1.76kg ea. — A gram of strontium produces more radionuclides than all the grains of sands on every beach on earth List of radio isotopes (to name a few) released from FDNPP: Cesium-134-137 HL 30 years Tritium-HL 12 years Iodine-131 HL 8 days Uranium-233 HL 159,200 years Plutonium-240 HL 6563 years Strontium-90 HL 28 years Here’s the biggie…… Naturally occurring Tellurium-128 (respective HL) 2.2 septillion Tellurium-130 790 quintillion The standard has aways been a dose per year = 1mSv / y, 1 Rem = .01 Sieverts Radiation from the earth every hour 0.04μSv / h, Radiation from outer space is a per hour 0.03μSv / h. Any doubts as to why everything in the Pacific is dying? #wecanseeradiation

Fukushima Daiichi

Fukushima Daiichi unit-three/ reactor-building-3. Can anyone find a spent-fuel pool there?

Fukushima unit-3. Yeah, it exploded. Yet, Tepco and the MSM have put out the word that they’re going to clean up the spent-fuel pool.. Come ON!

Watch your step at Fukushima..  Who knows what building it is?  It is a mess!

Watch your step at Fukushima.. Who knows what building it is? It is a mess!

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  1. atoms4peace1 says:

    There are companies and national laboratories that will be using muon technology to image Fukushima high density material. More to follow.

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    • annebeck58 says:

      That’s what they say. In fact, I understood they already used their muon-tech and found that unit-one is empty, or at least, the main contaiment vessel is empty. This is how they figured out that the fuel had (supposedly) spread out onto the floor. However, some people I know who do understand these reactor buildings have said that it is below the floor, too; that it’s dripped down below the grating(s) and is in the groundwater (in the river that flows beneath the buildings.)
      I’m not sure, as we haven’t yet seen images of it all, but that scenario makes sense.
      What do you think?

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      • Anonymous says:

        I think it’s gone beyond groundwater level and is burrowing farther down into the rockbed. Can’t help but wonder if that why so much earthquake and volcanic activity is taking place.

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        • annebeck58 says:

          Yes; I think you’re probably right. I have also considered that the insane amount of storms can be getting a kick from the huge amount of Fukushima radionuclides whipping through in the wind and water. The buckyballs (salt-water molecules peppered with, in particular, tritium) are active little machines and it makes complete sense that they would over-activate or agitate whatever they come into contact with (do you think?).
          All I know is this: after all of the floods and crazy humidity and lowered temperatures (than usual for Texas), we’re prepping for yet another round of who-knows-how-many days and weeks of showers, again. I’ve been saying Spring rains are usual for Austin, and they are; Summer rains, on the other hand, not so usual, at all. I don’t know what we’ll do if it doesn’t quit. Perhaps we can start pumping water (like they do oil) and pipeline it out west? That would be the decent thing, anyway…

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  2. Shuco says:

    I came back on my travel this February and found out our government and media don’t tell us truth or even they don’t mention about Fukushima daiichi nor tepco. It made me terrify. They say eat food which is made in Fukuoka or Tohoku area ( near Fukushima ) to cheer or help Fukushima people out ! And not a few people believe buying those food is good things. Actually I went to supermarket and my friend wanted to buy those food so I said I didn’t want to buy them since they might get effect radiation. My friend said don’t you wanna help Fukushima people ? Whaaaat? Isn’t it crazy?
    It seems like many Japanese already gave up to make own country better.

    Yep! This is my county and our election but seems like not many people are going …

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Yes, I’ve been watching NHK-world news and they have been putting out a lot of info about Fukushima foods and how the Japanese (govt?) is pushing its sale all over Europe. On the other hand, we sometimes (rarely) see food mutations from Japanese farmers (though not so much since the secrecy-laws went into effect.)

      I also well recall that, “Happy Fukushima”, video of people going out to Fukushima Prefecture for a VISIT (how crazy is that?), stepping off of the bus, and dancing to that song, “Happy”. When I commented about how stupid it was to be happy in Fukushima (given the meltdowns), I was attacked. People seemed to think I was being mean to the Japanese people!
      I wonder if people would want to eat food grown in Chernobyl? Something tells me, NOT. Yet, Fukushima with its three FULL-CORE meltdowns (and nobody knows where the coria are!!) is selling irradiated foods, all over the world.
      At least, in Japan, 100sv is too much. In the USA, that number is 1,200sv! So this means food that is considered too hot in Japan can be sent to and sold in the USA.
      In Canada, the amount of tritium allowed in drinking water has been raised by (I believe) thousands of percent. I am sure this is because tritiated water is flowing from Japan into Canada (and all of the Americas) at very high levels. So, when people check residue of their water, and find these astronimical numbers, the government can say, “oh, we consider that safe.” Meanwhile, everything in the Pacific is dying.. And every living creature, on land and near the Pacific, is dying, too. People won”t get it until PEOPLE, in their immediate families, die, and this wiill happen soon enough.

      it seems that saying anything negative about Fukushima is being taken, by some people, as racist(?) against Japan. I’m not even mad at Japan! I’m more angry at the nuclear-cartel and America, who put them in motion and pushed nuclear-energy (if one can call it that) onto that island nation. That was a very bad idea and I wish we had never done it.

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  3. Mike Carr says:

    I think a small portion of that pool landed in my yard in Wyoming on about day 6 of the original event , but i can’t prove it.

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  4. SlackerSlayer says:

    The Pacific is dead to me. Leaking every day since 2011. Technically, it was dead to me back in 1990 with all the open sores and burned off fins I was reeling in on the fish just offshore La Jolla. Just outside of the Ocean Preserve area up current from our dirty bay.

    I found this in my spam box just now. I wonder which key word put it there.

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    • annebeck58 says:

      I think the Pacific is dead to everyone SS, but it’s particularly dead to the inhabitants of that (tritiated) water.
      WP is sending a lot of things to spam; or, google sends most things I care about to spam. Yt does the same. People i want to hear from? I don’t get messages from them (they automatically go to spam.) Jerks (trolls) who actually do send out spam and other garbage? That ends up in my inbox and is marked IMPORTANT.
      It drives me nutts!

      Now, to see if WP will allow me to sign on to my own site, as I have a post in mind..

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  5. Thank you So much for sharing this, I’m seeing huge issues on the west coast of the United States!!! Thanks for helping

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Thank you, Benjamin. Yes, I have friends out on the coast, and I worry about them. We are seeing some terrible stuff coming out of the ocean.
      I appreciate your comment.

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  6. Darwin26 says:

    i don’t really get the meaning of the atomic weights ‘n measures but clearly they are a death threat to all in the area and the currents of air and ocean spreading that warm fuzzy feeling far and wide…stop nukuler fuels.

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    • annebeck58 says:

      In Japan, “safe”, is under 100 microSeiverts per hour or per litre or per square-meter.
      SO, yeah; nothing at or near Fukushima should be considered, “safe”. In fact, it is deadly!
      This is mostly for the pro-nuke folk who like to lie about what the numbers actually are and who keep lying about ineptco- tepco workers at (near, by, at all…) not dying and not getting sick. That’s a load of bunk.

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  7. Don Jusko says:

    The birds, fish and mammals are already dying all around us from the poisons we have made and can see, add to that the life ending poisons we can’t see. How many generations do humans have left to live?

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Thanks again, Don.
      How many generations do people have to live? I think it depends on two things; where are the people living (and how much radiation are they exposed to?) and what sort of immune system(s) do they have? I do think one’s immune system plays a role in whether or not one will grow cancer(s) from radiation.
      And, when it comes to future generations, we can look at insects, spiders, fish, birds, sea-mammals, and animals which reproduce, at least yearly. We’re already seeing mutations, in a variety of species. Even if the mutations aren’t as apparent, one thing that often changes (silently) is one’s reproductive organs, due to parental (esp maternal) exposure to rads. Children of exposed parents may be born infertile. Or, they may be born with problematic DNA, and then their children born infertile or with other issues (like extreme autism or systemic brain diseases) that otherwise prevent them becoming parents, themselves.
      I don’t know how much longer people will live (and reproduce) but I think we can look at what’s been happening in the ocean and get a pretty good estimate. Based on the Pacific’s UME (Unusual Mortality Events), I think we’re looking at this beginning already in this generation, but becoming much more evident in the next generation. And, I think it will essentially spread across the country like a slow-burning fire.
      (I may have to research this some more and post about it, as that was a good question.)

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    • annebeck58 says:

      I expanded my resoonse to your question, as I finally had time to do so, today. Hope you’re outside, painting, happily!

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