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UK – Shocking increase in respiratory problems due to Nuclear incidents from Fukushima and The Budapest Medical Isotope Inst.

Published on 23 Apr 2013

MOX and Medical isotopes are bad for you and everyone! Arclight2011
These processes create Radon that make Pblead etc..

Here is Jamnoises Video with her findings.. She will have a video out soon i hope to show miscarriage and still birth statistics using the FOI requests.. i lost three kids those ways, so i am interested to see the dates she comes up with.. Great sleuthing Jamnoise..!
More NHS Statistics. (Part2) Stats from Watford General Hospital Trust

Here are some of my preliminary findings correlating the data from Jamnoise72 on You Tube with some of mine.

The dates of large increases in respiratory problems where the patient was admitted straight to casualty or ICU, correlate with the dates of contamination noted by bloggers in Europe concerning nuclear releases from Hungary and Fukushima.

There is a hidden price to pay for medical isotope production.. and it is especially being paid by the people of Budapest and Fukushima, Miyagi prefectures in Japan as well as the west coast of the USA and the whole of Europe!

Europe too paid a price! The scientists NEVER discuss the PbLead issue!?? But bloggers do!

Nuclear Lead poisoning cover-up UK, serious wildlife contamination found!

In a recent wildlife report it was shown that birds tested in the period winter 2010 to winter 2011 were found that elevated levels of lead ………of waterbirds tested at four sites in Britain during the 2010/2011 winter this happening during some of the largest radioactive releases from nuclear power plants and medical reactors.…

And more PbLead found in Tokyo at higher concentrations..

Dr Chris Busby: radioactivity in apartment in central Tokyo Part 1


Published on 25 Jul 2012

In this and Part 2
Dr Busby describes measurements made on an airconditing unit filter from inside an apartment in central Tokyo. This was sent by a lady in Tokyo who wanted to know if it was safe to live there. The filter only collected air from inside the apartment. It shows the presence of 130000Bq/kg radioCaesium in the dust plus enriched Uranium and for the first time Lead-210/Polonium-210. The apartment was evacuated from the Tuesday after the catastrophe and the machine switched off; and the family returned 5 months later. This and much other information about the health effects and cover ups, including leaked data are to be found in Dr Busby’s new book in Japanese: the Horror of Fukushima, published on 25th July by Kodansha in Tokyo

More data here

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April 23, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | 6 Comments

British ‘snoopers’ charter’ under revision amid harsh criticism

Published time: April 22, 2013 09:18
Edited time: April 22, 2013 15:38

The UK draft Communications Data bill that could allow the government to keep tabs on emails and Skype is being reviewed after a wave of criticism. The opposition has slammed the law as potentially disastrous and an affront to personal privacies.

The legislation is currently being revised by a commission of MPs after a torrent of criticism over the scope of the law. The prime minister received a letter from cyber security experts on Monday, calling the bill overly expensive with the potential to stifle innovation and undermine personal privacies, reported the Times.

“As a society, it would be stupid to build the infrastructure that could be used to oppress us,” Ben Hammersley, a Number 10 Downing Street tech advisor, told Tank Magazine. “The fact that we don’t know who is going to be in charge in 10 years’ time means that we shouldn’t give them free toys to play with.”

The draft bill has been championed by Home Secretary Theresa May, who described it as vital in combating pedophiles, fraudsters and extremists. However, civil liberties groups condemn the legislation as a step too far and have branded it as a “snoopers’ charter.”

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April 23, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Nuclear material in pools at Fukushima schools exceed 100,000 Bq/kg — Level nearly doubled since last year

Published: April 22nd, 2013 at 1:44 pm ET

Title: Radioactive mud in Fukushima school pools tops 100,000 becquerels
Source: Asahi
Date: April 22, 2013

Radioactive cesium levels exceeding 100,000 becquerels per kilogram were measured in mud accumulated at the bottom of swimming pools at two high schools in and around Fukushima city. […]

In March 2012, the CRMS tested mud collected from the pool of the high school in Fukushima. The radioactive cesium level was 65,900 becquerels, according to the results released on April 1 this year.

The prefectural government has measured radioactivity levels of water in the school pool, but not the mud. The latest results for mud from the high school swimming pool in Fukushima showed 104,100 becquerels per kilogram.

[…] test results showed 119,461 becquerels for the high school pool outside the prefectural capital […]

See also: Gov’t: South of Tokyo 12,400 becquerels/kg of radioactive cesium found next to children’s swimming poo

April 23, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Fukushima Daichi Spent Fuel Pool 4 has an inability to Retain Water


Published on 22 Apr 2013

NRC document here: scroll down to page 3…
(there are more documents that show that TEPCO tried to fix the leaks with a Bondo type mix. If I find those documents again, I will link them.) I had full intention to stop posting Fukushima videos (at least daily updates), but I ran across this document I had uploaded and forgot to post. Document shown at the 1:55 minute mark for those who don’t care about the rest…

Song by Jonathan Mann titled Changes with regard to Man on Soundcloud. He also has a youtube channel here called SongADay offering many creative commons songs. Great guy!…

Many visuals by andrewebisu
from The Lights of Fukushima…

April 23, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Nuclear North Korea entreats Mongolia for help in feeding its people

During the annual April 15 birthday celebration for North Korean founder Kim Il Sung, Pyongyang didn’t distribute food to the northernmost province. This is a bit shocking as Il Sung’s birthday is the biggest holiday of the year.

Robert Marquand / April 22, 2013
Christian Science Monitor

A food shop keeper sweeps the sidewalk with a broom while people line up outside a shop in Pyongyang, North Korea, last week. The ambassador from Pyongyang to Ulan Bator officially has claimed that a ‘severe food shortage’ may be in the offing, and his country is seeking relief.

Alexander F. Yuan/AP

Koreans and nearby Mongolians share an ancient ethnic and lingual heritage, and now it appears North Korea is hoping those ties will help them borrow a bit of needed butter and sugar.

he ambassador from Pyongyang to Ulan Bator officially has claimed that a “severe food shortage” may be in the offing, and his country is seeking relief.

North Korea’s young leader Kim Jong-un has been threatening nuclear war, raising tensions, using scant fuel resources to drive his mobile rocket launchers around in anticipation of another test; last week Mr. Kim shut a joint North-South industrial park at Kaesong that earns hard currency.

But when it comes to actually feeding people at a time of expected shortfall in the corn crop, Kim is apparently hoping that Mongolians will take pity.

Koreans and Mongolians trace their linguistic heritage to the Altaic family of languages – of which China is not a part – and there is a robust back and forth of tourists and trade between Seoul and Ulan Bator on East Asian Airlines, with Koreans often fascinated by their roots among the plains peoples.

The Wall Street Journal today reported that:

“North Korea may face (a) severe food shortage,” [North Korean] Ambassador Hong Gyu told [Mongolian] President [Tsakhiagiin] Elbegdorj, according to the account. Mr. Hong then asked for Mongolia to consider the possibility of delivering food aid to North Korea, the Journal reported.

For years, photos of malnourished children and adults with stunted growth have been synonymous with reported conditions inside the secretive kingdom of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, or DPRK, which has been run by the Kim family dynasty for more than 60 years.

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April 23, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Obama accused of nuclear U-turn as guided weapons plan emerges

 April 21, 2013
Plan to spend $10bn on updating nuclear bombs goes against 2010 pledge not to deploy new weapons, say critics

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Plan to spend $10bn on updating nuclear bombs goes against 2010 pledge not to deploy new weapons, say critics

Nearly 200 B61 gravity bombs would be given new tail fins that would turn them into guided weapons delivered by stealth F35 fighter-bombers. Photograph: EPA

Barack Obama has been accused of reneging on his disarmament pledges after it emerged the administration was planning to spend billions on upgrading nuclear bombs stored in Europe to make the weapons more reliable and accurate.

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Did Chavez’ Pick Steal the Election in Venezuela?

…..Secretary of State Kerry’s challenge to Maduro’s 270,000-vote victory margin struck me as particularly poignant. Because in 2004, besides Chávez, I gave another presidential candidate evidence of the Bush gang’s ballot banditry: Senator John Kerry. Kerry lost to Bush by a slim 119,000 ballots in Ohio, blatantly stolen, but Kerry refused to call for a recount. It took him two years to publicly acknowledge our findings – when he introduced, with Senator Ted Kennedy, legislation to fix America’s corrupted voting system, then let the proposed law die of neglect.

Chávez knew, and Kerry will never learn, that democracy requires more than a complete count – it requires complete courage……

By Greg Palast for Vice Magazine – Leer el artículo en español aquí.
Tuesday, 23. April 2013

The guy in the cheap brown windbreaker walking up the dirty tenement steps to my New York office looked like a bus driver.

Nicolas Maduro, elected President of Venezuela last Sunday, did indeed drive a bus, then led the drivers’ union, then drove Chávez’ laws through the National Assembly as Venezuela’s National Assembly chief.

And this week, the US State Department is refusing to accept the result, suggesting Maduro hijacked the vote count. But did he?

Maduro came to me that day in 2004 on a quiet mission, sent by President Hugo Chávez to give me information I needed for my investigation for Rolling Stone – and to get information from me that might save Chávez’ life.


For one more week you can download Palast’s short documentary, The Assassination of Hugo Chávez, originally filmed in Venezuela for BBC, without charge.


The central topic was the “Invisible Ring”. Venezuelan intelligence had secretly taped US Embassy contractors in Caracas talking in spook-speak: “That which took shape here is a disguised kind of intelligence… which is annexed to the third security ring, which is the invisible ring.”

(“Invisible Ring”? Someone at the State Department has read too many Alan Furst novels.)

On the grainy film, they worried that “Mr Corey” (a code name we easily cracked) would blow his cover and begin barking, “I am from the CIA! I am from the CIA!”

“Mr Corey” was certainly not from the CIA, an agency holding on to one last fig-leaf of discretion. This crew was far more dangerous, from a spy-for-hire corporation, Wackenhut Inc. I’d been tracking Wackenhut for years, ever since their spies – more Austin Powers than James Bond – were arrested while on a black-bag job for British Petroleum. They’d attempted to illegally tape a US Congressman by running a toy truck with a microphone through the ceiling vents over the lawmaker’s head.

But even clowns, when heavily armed, can be deadly. In 2002, Chávez was kidnapped with the blessing of the US Ambassador right out of the presidential palace and flown by helicopter over the Caribbean where, Chávez later told me, the President assumed he’d be invited for a swim from 2,000 feet. Instead, just 48 hours later, Chávez was back at his desk.

But Washington wouldn’t quit the coup business. New documents revealed several interlocked methods (“rings”) for overthrowing Venezuela’s elected government.

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April 23, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

What nuclear conspiracy theories?

….To accuse greenies of being responsible for the death and suffering resulting from Fukushima places Russell alongside LaRouche, Kemeny and other comedians and demagogues. But there’s nothing funny about his distinction between the easily-preventable Fukushima nuclear disaster and “real problems“, or his distinction between the suffering of Fukushima evacuees and “actual suffering“, or his description of the Fukushima disaster as “benign“.

Those statements are disgusting and disgraceful……

22 April 2013

Jim Green

Conspiracy theories conjured up by nuclear advocates are mostly harmless fun. But not when they involve trivialising the suffering of victims of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

Political demagogue Lyndon LaRouche is the most colourful of the conspiracy theorists. Here’s his take on the anti-nuclear movement:

“This utterly depraved, dionysian cult-formation found its echoed, more violent expression in late 1980s Germany, where the anti-nuclear, fascist rioting reached near to the level of outright civil war …”

Australia’s Leslie Kemeny (think Lord Monckton) agrees: “Radical green activism and global terrorism can form dangerous, even deadly, alliances. The ‘coercive utopianism’ of radical greens, their avid desire for media publicity and their hidden socio-political agendas can produce societal outcomes that are sometimes violent and ugly.”

Kemeny believes the anti-nuclear movement is “supported by immense funds from affluent right-wing interests” and is also tied to the “political left”. Go figure. With such a grab-bag of extreme − and extremely contradictory − views, Kemeny might be considered a good candidate for Bob Katter’s political party … but he’s already joined Fred Nile’s.

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April 23, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

– 22 April 2013 – Dungeness B – Netherlands hit?

This has been going on for a month .. releasing alpha and beta particles/gases.. hitting the Netherlands… winds on coast fair but inland wind is low hence the risk of pollution buildup..

I advise that you check your local pollution alerts and open your windows to let the gases etc blow through and not collect.. same procedure for radon.. open your doors and windows imo.. unless Dungeness B melts down/through/out

The gieger was clicking away merrily during the early hours.. I decided to do a video and got a 0.75 mcSv/h spike. Since i did this video the range has been 0.05 mcSv/h to 0.19 mcSv/h .. The average is 0.11 to 0.12 mcSv/h  … the range is larger than normal..  the average should be 0.09 to 0.10 (since the releases of the Budapest isotope institutes reactor in 2011 after Fukushima)

Low level wind chart (you can check the historical weather patterns too!) the winds are blowing toward the netherlands.. inland european air is still leaving a chance for this pollution to collect in homes over time..

Click on EURDEP public map and click “I accept”  choose the different isotopes on the menu on the right of the map.

UK Dungeness B nuclear plant- Katie Price ex, Peter Andre’s beach walk in radiation! and related shocking new scientific term “potato syndrome” = 850 bequerels/litre!!

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Cleaner air in London – A musical gieger interlude in CPM minor!

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Emergency declared at U.S. nuclear plant after lightning strike — “Venting of Unit 1 primary containment” — ‘Normal’ radiation levels reported — NRC mobilizes response center
Published: April 18th, 2013 at 12:38 pm ET

LaSalle News Tribune:  Exelon Generation’s La Salle County Generating Station declared an Unusual Event at 3:11 p.m. today, after both units automatically shut down when power from the switchyard into the site was interrupted during a severe thunderstorm. […] Technical experts are working to restore power to the switchyard. […] LaSalle Generating Station is located about 75 miles southwest of Chicago […]

Morris Daily Herald: The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Region III staff is monitoring the La Salle nuclear power plant after a lightning strike knocked out offsite power to both Units 1 and 2. The NRC has mobilized its Incident Response Center in Region III, located in Lisle, Ill., and is monitoring the events along with the resident inspector onsite. […] An Unusual Event is the lowest levels of the NRC’s four level emergency classification system. […]

NRC: Event Notification Report for April 18, 2013: “In addition to information [previously provided], LaSalle Unit 2 received a high drywell pressure signal [1.77 psig] due to loss of containment cooling from the loss of power. […] There is no evidence of reactor coolant leakage. There was no additional ECCS systems discharging into the RCS [Reactor Coolant System]. […] two Unit 2 primary containment vent and purge valves were opened to vent the Unit 2 containment. Once Unit Two containment pressure reached 1.77 [psig], these two vent valves isolated as expected. “Due to the loss of offsite power, the Station Vent Stack Wide Range Gas Monitor (WRGM) and the Standby Gas Treatment Wide Range Gas Monitor (VGWRGM) also lost power. Manual sampling has been implemented and power is restored to the VGWRGM, however the VGWRGM has not been declared operable yet. Normal radiation levels have been reported from the manual sampling. […]

UPDATE AT 0057 EDT ON 04/18/13: “After the Unit 2 primary containment vent and purge system isolated on the Unit 2 containment High Pressure signal, Venting of the Unit 1 primary containment was commenced. At 2005 CDT, Unit 1 primary containment pressure reached the Group 2 primary containment isolation system setpoint (1.77 PSIG) causing the primary containment vent and purge valves being used to vent the Unit 1 containment to isolate. Unit 1 primary containment venting was being performed through the Standby Gas Treatment system which is a filtered system. […]

Video of radiological drill at LaSalle Nuclear Power Station

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Earthquake in Sichuan, China: Threat of Secondary Disasters Including Nuclear, Says South China Morning Post

Monday, April 22, 2013

From South China Morning Post (4/22/2013):

Aftershocks from Sichuan earthquake pose threat of secondary disasters

Authorities issue warnings amid potential for mudslides, damage to dams and nuclear plants

Secondary disasters such as mudslides and dam-related crises may occur in the days or even months after Saturday’s earthquake, threatening the safety of residents and rescuers, geologists warn.

Fan Xiao, chief engineer at the Sichuan Geology and Mineral Bureau in Chengdu, said yesterday the banks along the Qingyi River, in one of the most geologically unstable regions of the province, had taken a big hit.

Known for its high mountains and deep valleys, the area was already unstable before the earthquake, with villages and roads sitting almost in the path of potential landslides, Fan said. And shockwaves from the earthquake could profoundly increase structural instability in the region.

“Residents and rescuers must be highly alert to the dangers of mudslides, especially after rain,” he said. “There will be lots of rain in the coming months.”

Sichuan is also known for its nuclear facilities, many of which are for military purposes. The China National Nuclear Power Corporation announced on its website that its nine nuclear facilities in Sichuan experienced various levels of shockwaves at the weekend, prompting safety checks. There had been no reports of leaking pipes or collapsed buildings at the facilities.

As of 6pm yesterday, the quake zone had experienced 1,642 aftershocks – the strongest with a magnitude of 5.4.

(Full article at the link)

Looking at the photo in the article (above), I do see the challenge for the rescue workers.

China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) announced on April 21 that “Sichuan-based nuclear power facilities are safe and no abnormalities have been detected in environmental radiation monitoring following a 7.0-magnitude quake” (Xinhua, quoted by website).

(Hmmm. This too sounds very familiar.)

April 23, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | 1 Comment

How we searched for cesium contamination on Treasure Island

The centre for investigative reporting

Apr 12, 2013

Last summer, the Center for Investigative Reporting began looking into reports of radioactive contamination at the former Treasure Island Naval Station. Along the way, a source told CIR that cesium-137 had been found at the site – yet that alleged finding from 2007 was not in official U.S. Navy cleanup reports reviewed by CIR.

Treasure Island radiation sign

In 2012, the Navy told state regulators there had been no findings of cesium contamination beyond release limits established for the cleanup of Treasure Island. We set out to determine whether significant cesium-137 contamination was present on the island. Part of the reporting involved soil testing by certified laboratories. Here are the steps we undertook:

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IAEA says Fukushima cleanup may take more than 40 years – try 140 years!

National Apr. 23, 2013 – 06:55AM JST


A U.N. nuclear watchdog team said Monday that Japan may need longer than the projected 40 years to decommission its tsunami-crippled nuclear plant and urged its operator to improve plant stability.

The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency team, Juan Carlos Lentijo, said Monday that damage at the Fukushima Daiichi plant is so complex that it is “impossible” to predict how long the cleanup may last.

“As for the duration of the decommissioning project, this is something that you can define in your plans. But in my view, it will be nearly impossible to ensure the time for decommissioning such a complex facility in less than 30-40 years as it is currently established in the roadmap,” Lentijo said.

The government and plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) have predicted the cleanup would take up to 40 years. They still have to develop technology and equipment that can operate under fatally high radiation levels to locate and remove melted fuel. The reactors must be kept cool and the plant must stay safe and stable, and those efforts to ensure safety could slow the process down.

“You have to adopt a very cautious position to ensure that you always are working on the safe side,” Lentijo said.

The plant still runs on makeshift equipment and frequently suffers glitches.

Just over the past few weeks, the plant suffered nearly a dozen problems ranging from extensive power outages and leaks of highly radioactive water from underground water pools. On Monday, TEPCO had to stop the cooling system for one of the fuel storage pools for safety checks after finding two dead rats inside a transformer box. Earlier this month, a rat short-circuited a switchboard, causing an extensive outage and cooling loss for up to 30 hours.

The problems have raised concerns about whether the plant, crippled by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami, can stay intact throughout a decommissioning process. The problems have prompted officials to compile risk-reduction measures and review decommissioning plans.

Lentijo, an expert on nuclear fuel cycles and waste technology, warned of more problems to come.

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