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Fukushima City; 5 Million Bq Per Square Meter Cesium 137, Plus Barium 140, Cesium 134, Cesium 136, Iodine 131, Iodine 132, Latinum 140, Technium 99, 129, 132, Contamination Levels Measured Dec. 2011


2016; SOME RESIDENTS TO COME HOME TO FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR DISASTER ZONE

Is it 'safe' to move back into the Fukushima nuclear disaster zone, five years after Fukushima melted down at least three or more nuclear reactors?

Some residents to 'come home' to Fukushima nuclear disaster zone
http://www.cnn.com/2014/02/24/world/asia/japan-fukushima-residents-return/

RADIATION SURVEY OF AREA AFTER 3/11





https://youtu.be/Gvn8BPGYy68 2 min.

Around Chernobyl, "the "most contaminated" areas were those with contamination greater than 555 kilobecquerel per square meter (kBq/m2) of Cs-137, and the "contaminated" areas had greater than 37 kBq/m2 of Cs-137."

In the chart below, it is easy to see that the levels of radiation contamination are between 1000 to 10,000 kilobecquerels per square meter, orders of magnitude WORSE THAN CHERNOBYL. 

In this video, nuclear experts measure just a few of the hundreds of types of deadly radioactive substances found around Fukushima Daichi, in the town of Fukushima, which has been declared to be 'safe' to live in by the nuclear industry, government and pro nuclear apologists. 

But the current levels of radiation are higher than in the 'exclusion zone' established around Chernobyl after that much smaller nuclear disaster, and people have still not been allowed to come back to those dangerously radioactive zones. Why are people allowed to live in toxic, radiation contaminated areas like this?

It rained in Tokyo from 21 March morning 28 to 24.29 The rain brought radioactive fallout there. In Shinjuku, on the research by Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Public Health, 83,900 Bq/m2 of I-131, 6,310 Bq/m2 of Cs-134, and 6,350 Bq/m2 of Cs-137 were detected for these four days in total as radioactive fallouts, including 24 hours from 20 9:00 AM to 21 9:00 AM.30
http://www.srrp.ro/index.php?id=85&type=news

Japan Should Have Evacuated At Least 40 Million People Due To Fukushima Mega Nuclear Disaster
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/04/japan-plans-to-evacuate-40-million.html


FUKUSHIMA CITY MEASURED AT 5 MILLION BQ PER SQUARE METER IN DEC. 2011

Decontamination efforts did not prove very effective, and levels after the contamination just increased even further in many cases. For more information, click on the following link.

They Know All”: Over 5,000,000 Bq/m² of Cesium-137 in Fukushima City (VIDEO)






Fukushima City measured out at 5 MILLION Bq per square meter of Cesium 137 contamination as of 12/30/2011.  

Masaharu Okano used highly sophisticated, brand new radiation measurement devices when he did a survey around the Fukushima nuclear plant.

He found high levels of radiation in the air and soil, including Iodine 132, Iodine 131, Latinum 140, Technium 99m, Technium 129m, Technium 132, Cesium 137, Cesium 136, Cesium 134, Ba 140, just to name a few of the hundreds of contaminating, invisible, radioactive and toxic materials released from any nuclear disaster.

Somehow, despite all of that, this radiation all disappeared in five years and it is now safe to move everyone back into their homes? 

Japanese Government Is Forcing People To Move Back Into Areas with Up To 10 Times Maximum Nuclear Workers Annual Radiation Exposure Limit; via @AGreenRoad
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2014/03/2014-japanese-government-moving-people.html

RADIOACTIVE XENON GAS CIRCULATED AROUND THE WORLD AND WAS BREATHED IN BY EVERYONE AFTER THE FUKUSHIMA MEGA NUCLEAR DISASTER HAPPENED








Just to give ONE example of some of the other things released from a leaking reactor, we will focus on Xenon gas. Radioactive gases are harder to measure, but they are among the FIRST things released during a nuclear accident. Radioactive Xenon gas was released from Fukushima and circulated around the globe, as the above map shows.


NHK BROADCAST CONFIRMS HIGH LEVELS OF RADIATION CONTAMINATION IN FUKUSHIMA CITY, BUT DOWNPLAYS AND MINIMIZES THE REALLY HIGH RADIATION READINGS BY IGNORING THEM








Around Chernobyl, "the "most contaminated" areas were those with contamination greater than 555 kilobecquerel per square meter (kBq/m2) of Cs-137, and the "contaminated" areas had greater than 37 kBq/m2 of Cs-137."

In the chart below, it is easy to see that the levels of radiation contamination are between 1000 to 10,000 kilobecquerels per square meter, orders of magnitude WORSE THAN CHERNOBYL.

COMPARING RADIATION CONTAMINATION BETWEEN CHERNOBYL AND FUKUSHIMA


CHERNOBYL  AREA  37 to 555 kBq/m2 of Cs-137       =          37,000 to 555,000 Bq/m2


FUKUSHIMA AREA 1,000 to 10,000 kBq/m2 of Cs-137  = 1,000,000 to 10,000,000 Bq/m2


On 31 March, IAEA.... iodine-131 detected in the Iitate village....             20 million Bq/m2.43 
http://www.srrp.ro/index.php?id=85&type=news

Remember that a kilobequerel is actually 1000 bequerels, so multiply all of the above by 1,000 to get the real, true radiation readings per square meter. The way numbers are printed is just another way of minimizing the radiation reading, and making the numbers seem much smaller than they really are.

If this were the only example, it would be no problem, but the mass media consistently under reports radiation levels, minimizes total radiation releases, or avoids talking about these nuclear accidents entirely, by saying the whole incident is done and over with, when the opposite is true.

Iitate farmer’s cautionary tale translated
Unlike most of his fellow Fukushima farmers, Hasegawa never believed a word uttered by the “experts” who repeatedly came to visit his village 40 km from the crippled Fukushima No. 1 plant after the nuclear catastrophe began and assured residents it would pose little risk to their health.
http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2014/04/11/national/iitate-farmers-cautionary-tale-translated/#.VsZ3yPIrKM8

Kyodo: High dosage of cesium similar to Chernobyl evacuation levels found in large city 60 km fom meltdowns — 307,000 Bq/kg in soil on Sept. 14 October 5, 2011
January 16, 2012

“Highest Level Yet”: Soaring cesium level in Iitate soil, survey finds — So radioactive it would have to be buried in ferroconcrete partitions -Kyodo
http://enenews.com/kyodo-highest-level-yet-soaring-cesium-level-in-iitate-soil-survey-finds-so-radioactive-it-would-have-to-be-buried-in-ferroconcrete-partitions

HOW MANY PEOPLE STILL BELIEVE THE FAIRY TALE THAT FUKUSHIMA WAS ONLY 10 PERCENT OF CHERNOBYL?


Sickputer March 19, 2012 So Fukushima is only 10% of Chernobyl? I think not.
"After the 1986 Chernobyl accident, the most highly contaminated areas were defined as those with over 1490 kilobecquerels (kBq) of caesium per square metre. Produce from soil with 550 kBq/m2 was destroyed."

Our old "friends" at Newscientist penned those pixels:

How to convert becquerels:

Somehow though, the Japanese government has 'determined' that it is now safe to move back into this area. Not only that, they have said it is ok to catch fish, grow food and sell it, all from this same area, with basically no restrictions. Remember, that the forest surrounding all of these towns was NOT DECONTAMINATED, even if some areas of town were. The mountains also were not decontaminated and we all know what happens to leaves, pollen and water as it comes from mountains; they all go downhill. 

Fukushima Radiation Decontamination Of Lands And Homes Is Not Possible - People Being Hoodwinked And Deluded Into Thinking They Can Go Home Again, Compensation Delayed
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/11/decontamination-losing-sheltering-trees.html

Japan Suffered 3 Mega Disasters, Now Suffering From 4th Mega Nuclear Disaster, USA Will Be Next; via @AGreenRoad
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/10/japan-suffered-3-mega-disasters-now.html

WHAT CAME OUT OF FUKUSHIMA AND HOW DANGEROUS IS IT?

How Dangerous Is 400-6000 Pounds Of Plutonium Nano Particle Dust Liberated By Fukushima? Via A Green Road 
James2 March 20, 2012 at 4:23 pm By my calculation there was between 300 and 500 pounds of MOX plutonium in reactor 3 at the time of the explosion.

According to reports 32 MOX fuel assemblies (of 548 total in the core) were MOX.

I've heard plutonium in the MOX was 9% but I've also heard a 6% number as well.

I've also heard the full load was about 50 tons of fuel.

Assuming 100,000 lbs of fuel total and 32/548 were Mox that indicates about 3 tons of MOX.

At 6% that's 350 pounds; at 9% that's 526 pounds of plutoniun. So 350 to 525 lbs of plutonium oxide which potentially could have come out of the core in nanometer powder form.

Now, the remainder of the fuel had some plutonium (by my eestimation another 300-400lbs or so) also that was bred from the fission of Uranium – but that plutonium was physically in the form of converted Uranium oxide – not ground nearly as fine, and I don't think nearly as likely to fly far from the plant in the air.

Now the question of whether the explosion was nuclear, or just a steam flash is relevant.

Here's why: If it were a nuclear explosion – a dirty bomb – then theoretically all 600-900 lbs of plutonium could have been aerosolized and could be deadly around the world.

If it were merely a pressure and steam flash (which is my theory) then only 350 to 525 lbs of plutonium could have launched.

Personally I believe about 50-75% of the fuel launched – but only a small portion of that actually went into the atmosphere. Most I think rained back down on the reactor site. .

You'll Recall that one of the first things they did after the explosions was start spraying the "green goo" on everything to keep the dust down – that's why." 

Of course, then there is the question of other reactors melting down and out, in addition to several spent fuel pools containing MOX fuel, which burned and melted. 

Worst Case Scenario Around The Fukushima Mega Nuclear Disaster, Vs Best Case Scenario Presented By Nuclear Industry

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