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Monday, January 28, 2013

Pro Nukers are nasty people, for the most part

Links to Fukushima news mostly old

4. Readings of radioactivity level in drinking water by prefecture, Tokyo, January-March, 2012
5. Readings of radioactivity level in drinking water by prefecture, Tokyo, April-June, 2012 
6. Readings of radioactivity level in drinking water by prefecture, Tokyo, July-September, 2012 
7. Results of ACRO’s monitoring in Japan (12th of July 2012 update) 
8. Monitoring information of environmental radioactivity level 
9. Gundersen on WHO: I don’t trust their data 
10. WHO forecasts no significant increase in cancer patients in Fukushima 
11.No Safe Dose – Japan’s Low-Dose Radiation Disaster 
12. “All who met with Fukushima’s radioactive fallout are probably to have some problem with the thyroid” 
13. Paul Zimmerman, A Primer in the Art of Deception: The Cult of Nuclearists, Uranium Weapons and Fraudulent Science (778 pgs., 2009).
14. The scientific jigsaw puzzle: Fitting the pieces of the low-level radiation debate 
15. Even low-level radioactivity is damaging
Broad analysis of many radiation studies finds no exposure threshold that precludes harm to life 
16. Meta-Review of 46 Studies: Even the Lowest-Level Radiation Is Damaging to Human Health
17. Tepco doesn’t deny radioactive materials are seeping into Pacific 
18. Ocean still suffering from Fukushima fallout 
19. Top scientist suggests contaminated water is “actively being pumped out” into ocean from Fukushima plant 
20. Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: Plant’s Contaminated Water Storage Running Out Of Space 
21. Contamination from Fukushima “is almost irreversible” in coastal sediments 
22. The muddy issue of cesium in a lake 
23. 515,000 Bq/Kg of cesium in Fukushima city 
24. 80 Bq/Kg of cesium from tea leaves produced in Kagoshima 
25. Researcher: Japan should prepare for worst-case magnitude-10 earthquake 
26. Fukushima One Year On: Nuclear workers and citizens at risk 
27. Tepco will oblige all the employees to go to Fukushima, 100,000ppl/y in total 
28. NHK Documentary: Recently deteriorating working conditions at Fukushima plant causing workers to quit 
29. A Tokyo resident on facing his fear and living with earthquakes 
30. Inside the Japanese Matrix 
31. Nuclear crisis lowers curtain on Japan’s Confucian politics 
32. Science’s Looming ‘Tipping Point’ 
33. Martin Cohen and Andrew McKillop, The Doomsday Machine: The High Price of Nuclear Energy, The World’s Most Dangerous Fuel, pg. 28, (Palgrave, 2012, 242 pgs.)
34. Fukushima’s Radiation Release Here’s One Important Way to Protect Yourself 
35. Medicinal Uses of Seaweeds

Beta monitoring

I finally figured out how to use the EPA site to generate Beta charts.

First one I looked at, WOW, Spokane WA really got dosed this week, I wonder if anyone told them?

Anything over 100 CPM is a big concern.

Radnet Realtime Gamma Charts

Here is a link to the Gamma charts---see the Beta charts below, when Fuku and local sources go off, you will see the big moves on the BETA

Man, It is hard to find the right link at the Radnet site, never seen a site so bad.

HERE is the BETA Charts!   finally found them.   Higgins used to link up these charts on his nicely deisgned site before Hurricane Sandy wiped out his house and servers.

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Some good nuke links from the living moon

Check out EARTH AID and let's join forces:
Earth Aid

All-time Darwin Award: The Nuclear Industry

Do Citizens of Earth Have the Right to a Radiation-free Environment?

FukuGate - We've Been Conned

Wasting Away - The Nukes in Your Backyard topic=2726.msg37754;topicseen#new

Fukushima, Pandora's Box and the Nuclear Demon

"I Have Become Death, the Destroyer of Worlds"

Radiation Watch 2012]

"NukaTuna" - The Last Fish in the Ocean

Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?

San Onofre - America's Fukushima?

It's all tied together:

Mutated Fish, Eyeless Shrimp, Clawless Crabs: GOM Fisheries Devastated

Peace Love Light

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Palisades - Propaganda for the Clunker

Palisades is another Clunker on Lake Michigan.   Just like Kewaunee on the Wisconsin side, the clunker Palisades is on the Michigan side.    Think if a Fukushima type release into the water occurred  in this landlocked Lake....the midwest would be killed and that would probably be enough kill off the American empire.

How can we take these risks?    Through greed, we have achieved action akin to insanity.   The lure, the promises of power "too cheap to meter" has played out in Orwellian fashion with reality setting in above the propaganda, and Kewaunee is being shut down because it can't compete with Nat Gas and Solar.    

Palisades also has THE WORST Embrittled reactor due to:

1) Age of plant and extent of neutron bombardment
2) Specifics of Metallic Alloying of the reactor vessel including the weld materials.

I did a future article on Embittlement.   It's very important.    In an emergency, when the reactor was melting down and at very high pressure, the addition of cooling water would crack the whole thing open with a massive radioactive explosion.   Read up, it's worth it.

Now the NRC is partaking in "communication with the public", to assure them how safe Palisades is....after a series of 4 pipes leaked radiation right through the wall of the pipe...not at a joint, not at a pump, not due to seismic event, just a plain old rust a 1960's car with multiple holes in the radiator and engine block, and yet they want this clunker to live on.

PS Communication = Propaganda

Drop by the NRC website and drop a comment.  They are pretty good about not censoring comments that are civilly worded, even if critical.

source for us electric data

EIA good data here, you can download very nice spreadsheets and make some charts Clearly, nuclear is dying, coal is dying, and renewables are rocking.


Sunday, January 20, 2013

Radiation Spread in the Pacific, a good model

This model does self admit that they are completely ignoring the effects of bio accumulation, which would make things much worse.    Looks like Hawaii is already seeing the ocean impact.

The red zone is 1/1000 times less than the original dispersion in Japan.    That doesn't sound all that great considering they just caught a fish with 254,000 Bq per kG at the Fukushima harbor.    Anything above 100 Bq/kG is extremely bad.    Eating 1kG of this fish is like a total of 2 years of total radiation exposure, and ITS INTERNAL!

Friday, January 11, 2013

Romania Nuke and solar

I just put in 65 solar systems, a massive push.   Very tired.

Not enough to knock out a nuke plant, but we have different methods of doing that.

When I think Romania, I think of communist girls pushed to gymnastic heights, not quality nuke operations.....ouch.