"Science journalist Takashi Hirose said In March, fuel rods started meltdown in the reactor. They became hot as 4000℃, which is hot enough to make most of the radioactive material evaporated. Especially plutonium and strontium were evaporated, spread around as gas. We were afraid of melt through, but we mustn’t forget it’s still HIGHLY radioactive. Now Tepco is checking reactor 2 and 3,but both of them will turn to be full of hydrogen. Now Tokyo is facing fateful crisis."
This is really insane. I mean we have got reports of a yellow powder coming down with the rain after the typhoon Roke hit Japan.☢ Massive Fallout Contamination After Typhoon Roke Yellow Powder With Rain Radiation Sickness ☢
This "yellow stuff" is now thought to be Plutonium. This is all over Japan and Tokyo!. And now Takashi Hirose say that it's more than likely that the Plutonium in the MOX reactors have more than likely evaporated and is now going everywhere..
Some of you I know would say.. Well Plutonium is heavy stuff so probably would not spread much.. Well did I mention GAS!! It turned into GAS. Yes it is true it is heavy, but think about this. If you cant see it, how heavy would you think that it is. If it's invisable it's light enough and it will go with the wind and Jetstream... HELLO PLUTONIUM!
I would stay out of the rain. And this goes for anyone, anywhere in the world. When it rains the Plutonium comes down.
This is the translation from Google Translate (so it's not that accurate)
Takashi Hirose, "fear of radioactivity and contaminated food in the metropolitan area" Regardless prevent nuclear catastrophe?
Delivery issue of Shukan Asahi, September 23, 2011
Into the rice harvest season finally has become a serious problem of radioactive contamination of staple foods.
Radioactive contamination is already north of Miyagi, Fukushima, Tochigi Prefecture to the south, Gunma, Yamanashi, Nagano, Ibaraki, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, Kanagawa, Shizuoka and extended to, or regulations that prohibit the importation of agricultural products from these 12 prefectures and regions in Europe including the EU 43 countries. The German Radiation Protection Association, infants, children and adolescents more than 4 becquerels per kilogram for adults have been proposed, including not to drink at least 8 becquerels of cesium 137 in Japan, 500 per kilogram of the country concernedsky-high standards set by sister named Becquerel, Becquerel 499 or less everything as safe, because I have been very dangerous food distribution, this remains a lot of things happen.
Many people so far, the defense has been measured for radioactivity in a counter height, these numbers are air dose. It is out of radioactive material such as iodine and cesium, which is a measurement of gamma rays to reach the distance.However, please wait. Food contamination problems, but the body caused by exposure.
Meteorological Research Institute in Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture, the temperature at which the substance is a gas (boiling) of technetium and 4265 ℃, which is detected that the boiling point 4639 ℃ molybdenum.
Meltdown temperature of the fuel in nuclear reactors in Fukushima in March, therefore, far more than 2000 ℃, had been considered from 4000 ℃ to 3000 ℃. Boiling point, 184 ℃ and iodine, 671 ℃ cesium, strontium since 1382 ℃, radioactive materials are dangerous, but far beyond the temperature was almost entirely vaporized. Even the plutonium, the boiling point is lower than 1400 ℃ 3228 ℃ than molybdenum. If so, of course, strontium and plutonium are particularly significant influence on internal exposure, and was released to the mass gasification, I believe.
And beta radiation emitted by these strontium, alpha rays emitted by plutonium, the Geiger counter can not detect any. The parts of Japan, the most important metric for learning about the contamination of food and soil, than the dose space, therefore, be released from nuclear Fukushima radioactive material how much, where it is in a deposition amount of either 降Ri積Motta how much.
The citizens' group, "Radiation protection projects," published on the internet so I have actually studied the results of soil pollution in the metropolitan area, people in the metropolitan area that everyone must see this. As of June almost shrubbery and gardens are out the amount of radioactive cesium deposition of soil and parks. Prefectures as measured by the number of samples are different because, at pinpointing risk is not only the average value, measured in points with 56 locations in Tokyo so many may be seen as a reasonably accurate indicator.
Looking at this figure, even in Tokyo on average, the Soviet government after the Chernobyl accident (at the time) is almost the same as the danger zone was specified as the fourth district of the contaminated areas.
Fourth Ward and the residents forced to evacuate, but do not, upon leaving the area where risk has been carried out with strict health, is 5000 ten thousand becquerels per square 7000-180003 radioactive cesium. 1 curie per 37 billion becquerels of radioactivity because it corresponds to 1-5 curie per square kilometer. Tokyo's average is almost identical to this one Curie.
If recurrent crisis of food self-sufficiency ◆ ◆ Accident
"1 curie per square kilometer" is a dangerous location or what? In large hospitals, one to handle radioactive material is not Curie. The problem with the human body, picocuries, that is one trillionth (1 / 1, 000,000,000,000) is Curie. After the Chernobyl accident, the criteria established by the Japanese food import ban, radioactive cesium for "less than 370 becquerels per kilogram of food (less than one billionth of a curie 1)", respectively. This is the dangerous goods jumped a surprising, such as the Yokohama Customs inspectors. Assuming a specific gravity of water and contaminated food as a dangerous cesium 370 becquerels per kilogram, the state is laid at a thickness of 10 cm square kilometer in this area, "one curie per square kilometer pollution zone "will be called.
Never eat the same land as contaminated food should not tightly packed, it is Chernobyl Zone 4. On like this, you will want to live either. You can grow food on land, I would think that young children can live.
The soil is an average, however it is in Tokyo. However, food self-sufficiency in Tokyo since 1% is 13 million citizens who rely on food for all other land. Food self-sufficiency rate by prefecture is shown in Figure 2, hitting a large production area mainly in Hokkaido Tohoku Hokuriku. The percentage of land occupied by these three local governments across the country reaches 51%. This vast area is mainly contaminated by a nuclear accident he Fukushima.
Applying the strict regulations here, because there is no food, and sky-high standards set more than 100 times that of children in Germany 致Shi方Naku standards, the Japanese are eating Pakupaku everyone.
Fortunately, the backbone of the Japanese Islands has a mountain, there is a watershed, the pollution level of the Sea of Japan to date, significantly lower than in the Pacific Ocean. Yoshihiko Noda, the cabinet took office, but this prime minister, a man eager to resume operations of nuclear power, plus you can not trust at all that corruption and the Nuclear Safety Commission Nuclear Safety Agency "nuclear mafia" that our Prime Minister give legitimacy to the work contained in it and running again in the future according to the instructions.
Japanese I, Listen up!
It's a major accident is imminent and now the next big earthquake. Not allowed a moment to lose in Japan to achieve the decommissioning of all nuclear power plants, nuclear power and running again by 踏Mi切Tsu to, now, do the Kashiwazaki Kariwa in Niigata, Shizuoka Country Hamaoka you either stay in Hokkaido in the Sea of Japan or the West any nuclear accident, there are no other Japanese people eat? !
All things, there is a nuclear power plant in Kyushu, Saga and Kagoshima only higher food self-sufficiency. Closed around the south of Kyushu Lecture Series last month, when the ferry crossing Kagoshima Bay, and then come and seen Dawn and Sakurajima erupted, I lost words. If you leave public life to stupid politicians seeking to resume operations at nuclear power plants, the other is Japanese, so long will. (M. Horii configuration magazine)
But Hiro was born in 1943. Graduated from Department of Applied Science and Engineering, Waseda University. "Nuclear bomb - a big earthquake frightened the Japanese islands" (Inc.), "Fukushima nuclear power plant meltdown FUKUSHIMA" (Asahi Paperback) Author of many such. Collection of this series' primary case prevented the catastrophe? "(Asahi Shimbun Publishing) was published on August 30 that an emergency