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Tuesday, September 6, 2011

☢ Strange Flash From Centralized Radiation Waste Treatment Facility at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant ☢

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This is a Radiation Warning 

Hi folks,

Thought I should give you an heads-up of what is coming. Some of you might already know there was a bright flash at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant Monday night 2011.9.5. This flash seems to have come from the Centralized Radiation Waste Treatment Facility (or maybe Common Spent Fuel Storage Facility).

Either way this flash have been up to debate now for a while and some people claim it's just some worker arc welding. And even some say Aurora Borealis. I can tell you right now that people that state that have never seen Aurora Borealis / Northern Lights or done welding. The area around the plant is evacuated so there is no chance of some ordinary people having a party.

What does happen really? Well reports of burning radioactive waste on site have come out. There have been steam and smoke coming up. Groundwater could be in contact with the Corium making steam but also hydrogen and oxygen. Hydrogen burns by itself if ignited and mixed with oxygen it will explode if ignited.

There are a number of theories here but something is going on. With the Fukushima radiation being picked up all over the world now. This flash could very well mean that a cloud of highly radioactive materials are now moving accross the Pacific Ocean. I have been expecting radiation to take 1 week to reach the US and 2 weeks to Europe. But I read a comment that I would like to share with you and it is of great importance. Topic is the Jetstream.

This is two comments from enenews that you really should read and take to heart.

How long it takes for us to get get depends on whether the residue from the explosion is dispersed high enough to get into the trade winds. Then it only takes two to three days to reach us. After the second explosion in March, (reactor 3) two and a half days later, my son went jogging outside without a shirt and came back confused why his skin was bright red except where his shorts were. The redness didn’t go away for a couple of days, and he had shortness of breathe. This is a kid that can run miles normally with no problems.

Here is a response:


Good point about the speed of the trade winds (jetstream prevailing towards North America)…I saw some post with a link here yesterday where they metioned a speed of 50 miles per hour for the March reactor explosion to reach North America. That is baloney. Much faster

Your account with your son validates my own experience. I awoke with a bad bloody nose at 6 AM March 16 in Texas…distance 6215 miles from Fukushima Daiichi. About 48 hours after the blast.

The explosion at Reactor 3 occurred at 11:15 JST on March 14, 2011. Texas time is 14 hours behind so it was in the Sunday evening of March 13 Texas time when Reactor 3 blew up. The supersonic speed of the blast sent massive radiation into the jetstream altitude (30,000 feet).

Storm surf data from that week is here:
Quote: “On Tuesday (3/15) the jetstream continued flowing flat from Japan over the dateline and into the US West Coast near Cape Mendocino solid with 190 kt winds over Japan and 160 kts winds carving out a bit of a trough off California providing decent support for gale development there…”

SP: 190 knots equals: 218 MPH
160 knots equals: 184 MPH

Even if the jetstream dipped down to 150 miles per hour that means it was a little over 41 hours when the front edge arrived in central United States in the late night hours of March 15.

The front edge of this massive toxic cloud arrived in Canada and the west coast earlier. Tacoma, Washington is 4654 miles from Fukushima and the MOX fuel cloud reached there within 31 hours or about late morning of Tuesday, March 15. Check all your first reports of nosebleeds and other medical distresses from those time frames.

I also do not believe the recent steam/hydrogen explosion theory advanced recently despite the wow factor of their reactor lids graphics. It was a nuclear blast in speed and if you have seen the simulations comparing it side by side with a nuclear bomb mushroom then there should be little doubt. Tepco probably has the isotopes data to prove this nuclear explosion, but their credibility and incompetence makes their data and records always suspect.


So there you have it people. It would only take a few days for the radiation to reach you. If it rains I would stay indoors and keep the children from playing outside. Don't go and eat berries without washing first. And don't forget to take you're Iodine. Be wise, be safe!

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Geiger Counters - Radiation Detection Meters - Handheld Radiation Detector

When it comes to radiation detection meters you really have a wide field of gadgets to choose from, however radiation detectors are the most common to use. First of all if you need to know what type of radiation you are looking for. There are Alpha, Beta and Gamma radiation detectors. And also there is neutron emission of nuclear radiation. And all these different types of emissions have radiation detectors for a specific type of radiation that you can buy radiation detector for. Some also measure both Alpha and Beta. Others detect Alpha, Beta and Gamma. While others let you measure Beta and Gamma radiation.

What most people have use for though are Dosimeters you can buy a handheld radiation detector pretty cheap that are good addition to a survival kit. There are different kinds that you can use that will detect radiation. There are radiation badges that will tell you when radiation become high. Workers at nuclear power plants use these to inform them of how much radiation they have been exposed to. Now also children in the Fukushima prefecture have each been given a radiation badge so they know if they are exposed to radiation. Some come in the shape of a pen that you can carry in your pocket while other are made more compact so that you can attach them to your keychain. And then you have what is called a personal radiation monitor. These are also called Dosimeters and also normally called Geiger counters. Although not all use the Geiger-Muller Tube for the radiation detection some use a semiconductor instead. These and mostly the older geiger counters seen are pretty big to carry around, so they might not be best suited for a survival situation where you only need to carry the most important things. However if you have land and want to check radiation around the property and drinking water then these are the geiger counters to get because they are very well built units.

These are the once that you normally see people use. They have different units of radiation detection, because when it comes to radiation there are many standards used. some give the measurements in Rads, while other use Sieverts. Some have the maximum radiation value for the measured radioactivity quite low but they will still give you an idea of the amount of radiation in the area. With the units ranging from between background radiation 0.001 mSv/hr all the way up to 10 Sv/h. Normally a dosimeter will measure radiation in micro siverts per hour. If you were to walk into one of the reactor units at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant you probably would get an error reading from your dosimeter because the radiation levels are so high there.

Note that some places outside the exclusion zone in Fukushima that are too radioactive for people to live in have areas where the radiation levels are above 30 Sv/h. So if you are in a area that have high radiation the radiation detectors would also there go off the scale. However Geiger counters or radiation detectors are still favored as general purpose alpha/beta/gamma portable radiation detectors and radiation detection equipment, due to their low cost and robustness. Most come with an LCD Display that show you the radioactivity in the area. Nowdays you will even get alarm sound and the possibility to connect the device to a computer. Either with a Infrared, Bluetooth or USB connection.

So if you look at the radiation detectors for sale that have this, then these radiation detection meters will allow you to make maps of contaminated areas that show where the radiation is high and low. This also will help you to see which areas are becoming more contaminated over time. With several nuclear reactors in the US and around the world located near fault zones that makes it a danger if a big earthquake would hit the area there is always a good choice to have a radiation dosimeter avaliable. I'm sure many in Fukushima would have been grateful to have dosimeters avaliable at the time of the disaster and I am sure you to would be grateful to have a geiger counter handy when you need one.