Friday, January 6, 2012

Plutonium From Fukushima Has Now Circled The Planet

Sayer Ji, Contributing Writer
Activist Post

A recently published study in the Journal of Environmental Radioactivity confirms that the radioactive fallout from the Fukushima nuclear disaster reached Europe (Lithuania), and included plutonium, the most deadly manmade element (nanogram for nanogram) in existence.

According to the study's authors the radionuclide concentrations measured indicate there was "long-range air mass transport from Japan across the Pacific, the North America and the Atlantic Ocean to Central Europe as indicated by modelling."

What this means is that every region under the jet stream -- which includes half of the planet north of its equator -- could have been exposed to some degree of plutonium fallout.

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This fact is all the more disturbing when we consider there is no such thing as a safe level, and that the harm (on the human scale of time) does not dissipate: the half life of plutonium-239 is 24,200 years, and that of uranium-238 is 4,460,000,000 years, which is older than our planet.

In a past exposé, where we identified the likelihood of the occurrence we are now reporting on, we published Jet Stream radiation dispersion projections from Germany's EURAD system which showed that Radioiodine-131 and Cesium-137 were within detectable concentrations thousands of miles away from Fukushima within days after the event.

This was, after all, a nuclear explosion (as occurred also at Chernobyl) producing extremely small particles moving at extremely high velocity, and not a hydrogen-based conflagration, which was erroneously reported to be the case in the first days following the disaster.

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19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Rumor has it that Fuku was more like Fuk U to Japan and C....

Anonymous said...

Stuxnet played a key role in this disaster - and Stuxnet was an admitted joint venture between the CIA and Israeli Mossad.

Meanwhile, Rick Sanitorium runs around boasting that if the big money jews let him be President, he will gladly bomb Iran's nuclear power facilities - and unleash deadly and fatal quantities of radiation all over the Middle East, Europe, Russia, China and eventually the USA will see it arriving over our nation.

Assuming Russia and China will tolerate this imbecile poisoning their food and water supplies with his psychopathic lust to please his masters in Israel - without nuking the USA into the stone age.

Anonymous said...

This is another traumatic news for the entire universe. We must be well prepared against all sort of Radiation.

I recently discovered the following dispersion model, which someone had linked to Berkeley’s discussion page. It uses TEPCO emission data to model possible dispersion patterns for Neptunium and Plutonium

http://www.datapoke.org/blog/89/study-modeling-fukushima-npp-p-239-and-np-239-atmospheric-dispersion/

http://datapoke.org/partmom/a=114

If this model is accurate, it is very disturbing. Where are all of the so-called experts who claimed these elements were too heavy to travel far from the plant site?

Anonymous said...

damn it, i live in Lithuania...

Anonymous said...

The study is co-authored by someone from the Lithuanian Environmental Protection Ministry, but the Lithuanian government has issued no warnings to the people since March 11, 2011. They have pretended Fukushima ended long ago. When there was just a rumor bird-flu MIGHT come in on wild birds, they FORCED poultry owners to take precautions. Given what Gerald Celente said about bank runs in Lithuania, I predict the Lithuanian regime will fall early this year.

Anonymous said...

If the "BIG MONEY DUDES" did not have huge amounts invested in mining;there would be NO NUCLEAR POWER! Only nuclear for medicine would be provided. Thanks B.M.DUDES!

Anonymous said...

When I read articles like this, I want to hang my head in shame for being part of the human race. We treat our Mother Earth, a living being, so badly that if we wipe ourselves out, we deserve everything we get.

Anonymous said...

go ahead destroy the world rich people....you better think about it....at the end...when our father comes...jesus christ...what are you doing to do when he comes to take us home....you can't take your power and money with you....why does all the rich guys have to have power and money....don't you know it is just for a short time....the devil is fooling yall....he is going to burn along with the rich and the powerful....

Anonymous said...

Forgive and Bless Us ALL!

Anonymous said...

Would anyone build a nuclear plant on the coast in an area which is hit by tsunamis unless they wanted a massive deadly incident?

Anonymous said...

Please take a look at this:
http://www.jimstonefreelance.com/fukushima1.html

and:
http://beyondrawfood.com/blog/how-to-neutralize-radiation-and-chemtrails-from-the-sky-your-garden-and-your-body/

Anonymous said...

We're all dead and just don't know it.

Anonymous said...

Thank God there is an afterlife at least we will have something to do giving hell to the morons that perpetrated this against the worlds population. Anyone that thinks this was other than deliberate also likes drinking the water now poisoned with countless chemicals or perhaps enjoys the GMOs on the table and the prescription drugs that do more to harm than heal us. As well the loss of countless freedoms being heaped on us all. And to think there was a collection plate for these idiots that allowed it 5 reactors on an Quake riden island nation next to the water. Congradulations we have made it to absolute stupidity

Anonymous said...

The title is misleading as it makes it sounds recent. The reader has to go to the the primary source to find when this happened.

This leads to a second issue--what are the effects of plutonium being that far dispersed for almost a year? And it is presumably accumulating with each circling of the jet stream.

But bravo on the coverage at all--the alternative news has been lax on the most vital issue of our time, even infowars, so KUDOS!

Anonymous said...

Where are your SHARE buttons?

Anonymous said...

Here’s a link to the abstract of the original article:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22206700

Pu from Fukushima was claimed to be detected in xactly one sample, at an activity of 44.5 nanoBq/cubic meter.

One Becquerel (Bq) is one atomic decay per second. A nano-Bq is one decay every billion seconds, which is about 32 years. So the Pu activity in Vilnius is one decay every (32/44.5) = 0.72 years, or about one decay
every eight and a half months in a cubic meter of air. (They drew lots of cubic meters of air through a ilter for about 3 weeks to capture enough particles to measure.)

Let's see how this compares to other alpha sources.
The average radon activity in outdoor air in the US is about 0.4 picoCuries/liter (pCi/L):

http://www.epa.gov/radon/pubs/consguid.html

A picoCurie is 37 Bq, and a cubic meter is 1000 liters, so the average outdoor radon activity is (37000 times 0.4) = 14800 Bq/cubic meter.

Every breath you take (about 1/2 liter) gets you (0.5 * 0.4 * 37) = about 7 atomic decays. All day, every day. Scared yet? It’s worse if you’re taking that hike in the Rockies. There’s a lot of uranium in them
thar hills.

So just walking around in the great outdoors, you are breathing about 300 billion times as much radioactivity from natural radon in the air as
the good citizens of Vilnius are suffering from Fukushima plutonium.

I don’t think they need to worry so much.

Anonymous said...

Whoops, wrong by a factor of a thousand.

A picoCurie is 37 *milli*Bq, so ordinary air has about 14.8 Bq per cubic meter. Every breath gets you .007 atomic decays (probably times 2, since the air stays in your lungs about 2 seconds). I should have realized that number was way too high.

So not so bad. Only 300 *million* times as much radioactivity as in Lithuania.

Sorry for the error.

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