28 Responses to Is Tokyo Bay becoming a radioactive hotspot?

  1. nickk0 says:

    Everyone shuttup, and go back to watching sports and NASCAR on TV.

  2. Emanni says:

    Cesium in Fukushima Prefecture 122 Times Higher than in Belarus Evacuation Zone
    http://fukushima-diary.com/2012/05/minamisoma-is-122-times-more-contaminated-than-mandatory-evacuation-zone-in-belarus/
    Koichi Oyama, a member of the city council of Minamisoma in the prefecture of Fukushima, has measured unusually high levels of cesium 134 and 137 in the soil of his city.
    Soil samples were analyzed by the Minamisoma government and found to be 122 times more contaminated than the mandatory evacuation zone in Belarus north of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.

  3. Phyllis says:

    I wonder when the people there are going to start having huge increases in cancer or or they already and they are keeping it quite,I feel so bad for those people,I would be leaving if I was there,someway,somehow.

    • Where on earth would you go??? It’s just a matter of time, no matter where you are!

      • Mel says:

        Amen! This has/is affecting the whole planet, not just Japan and the surrounding areas. Does anyone honestly believe that “they” are going to come out and tell us the truth for once? Back to “American Idol” indeed.

  4. Emanni says:

    Video – Hot Particles and Measurement of Radioactivity outside the evacuation zone.
    http://www.fairewinds.com/content/hot-particles-and-measurement-radioactivity
    Fairewinds’ Chief Engineer Arnie Gundersen and Boston Chemical Data Corporation’s Founder Marco Kaltofen have an in-depth conversation regarding the challenges of measuring radiation exposures to people around the globe. Kaltofen explains the scientific methodology involved in accurately analyzing and measuring radioactive releases from Fukushima Daiichi, including the impact of hot particles on human physiology.

  5. Granny Bear says:

    http://fukushima-diary.com/ Here is a link to Fukushima Diary, it is in Japanese and English. This is a horrible, terrible ongoing, worsening disaster.
    “As the situation grows more perilous in Japan, many people are beginning to consider ways to evacuate themselves and their loved ones.”
    皆さまが新しい家(滞在先)を見つけられますように!”
    http://fukushima-diary.com/

  6. Raphaelmax says:

    I just came back from a long vacation in Malaysia Sabah islands and I was told lots of Japanese are buying property and moving inn.. And it’s the same in many other Asian countries..

  7. nanoduck says:

    Not to mention there is still massive amounts of radioactive material sitting there, ready to be released into the environment in a next major earthquake.
    http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/2012/05/05/fukushima-still-spewing-massive-radiation-plumes-america-in-huge-trouble-says-nuclear-expert/
    This most likely our “Wormwood” scenario.

    • Sigrun says:

      The most danger resides in reactor 3. Which had recently rotated MOX rods into place. 10 years of blockades against the use finally overcome the year before. Reactor 3 is severely damaged and still can not hold water. Why is MOX a big deal? According to the Nuclear Information Resource Center (NIRS), this plutonium-uranium fuel mixture is far more dangerous than typical enriched uranium — a single milligram (mg) of MOX is as deadly as 2,000,000 mg of normal enriched uranium.
      Sigrun

  8. Joseph t. Repas says:

    One would think that with a disaster of this magnitude involving radiation and how it obviously spreads around and affects places all around the globe that those leaders of various countries would look at this radioactive crisis in Japan and say no, let’s not use nuclear weapons because we would only end up hurting ourselves….but NO, that kind of logic will never happen because only poor common peasants think like that.

  9. Rick says:

    Brandon, read this Veterans Today article:

    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/05/01/fukushima-primed-for-worldwide-disaster/

    Also D. Helen Caldicott has made several videos and speeches on this subject and said she is prepared to move to the southern hemisphere (Australia).

    http://www.helencaldicott.com/2012/04/the-medical-implications-of-fukushima-chernobyl-and-the-nuclear-age/

    I don’t have the means to relocate from the east coast of U.S. but have thought about it, not for myself but for my teenage son. I worry that the young folks will get cancer within 10-20 years from this (and anyone else still alive then).

    • Brandon says:

      Rick,
      Do any of the experts believe our species can be saved by the reactor not collapsing. Isn’t there still a decent chance it won’t fall? And why on earth is this not front page news?

  10. TexasRedNeck says:

    MSM will never tell us what we need to know, this is really scary to know that we have’nt been told everything about this situation. I’m not buying anything from Japan again I don’t care who says it’s safe, I don’t want it. I hope all the people over there can get away from that mess.

  11. Philippino Bob says:

    “Coincidentally”, there is plenty of empty real estate just waiting to be occupied in China ghost cities.
    Some estimates put the number of empty homes at as many as 64 million, with up to 20 new cities being built every year in the country’s vast swathes of free land.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1339536/Ghost-towns-China-Satellite-images-cities-lying-completely-deserted.html

    • nickk0 says:

      Bob – I can’t see China EVER being generous to the displaced Japanese.
      Not after what happened in WWII.

  12. Emanni says:

    Mike Adams presents a Fukushima mega-meltdown special

    Adams talks with Arnie Gundersen, the chief engineer of energy consulting company Fairewinds Associates and a former nuclear power industry executive. Mr. Gundersen continues to warn about the cataclysmic potential of the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant and is now warning about serious problems at the San Onofre nuclear plant in San Diego.

  13. Emanni says:

    Tepco submits turnaround plan to Japan govt
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/04/27/tepco-idUSL3E8FR64N20120427

    * Gives no detail of content of turnaround plan
    * Will raise household electricity rates by 10 pct
    * government will take a majority stake in Tepco in exchange for about 1 trillion yen ($12.4 billion) in taxpayers’ money.

  14. Lita says:

    I’m just a pin-head flight attendant, but I have recently read in the alternative media that Senator Wyden, of the state of Oregon, recently visited the Fukushima plant in Japan and is very concerned that the spent fuel pool in reactor 4 may collapse and cause wide-spread nuclear contamination throughout the northern hemisphere:

    http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2012/05/senator-fukushima-fuel-pool-is-a-national-security-issue-for-america.html

    Just a thought: even if things continue as they are, eventually, say 10 years, there will be enough nuclear contamination on US soil that the real-estate market will tank (who wants to live in a radioactive country where all of the food is contaminated with radioactive isotopes?). Time to consider saving money and buying land in the southern hemisphere.

  15. Terry D. Hisle says:

    Does the recent string of massive migrations of avian species combined with the radioactivity lights in the sky and natural disasters combined with recent solar and astral activity mark the end of our era?

  16. Columbine says:

    Read this book back in 1970 or 1971 – have never forgotten it. “On The Beach” by Nevil Shute. It’s almost prophectic.

  17. Granny Bear says:

    Fukushima update: Tokyo soil so contaminated with radiation it would be considered nuclear waste under U.S. regulations:
    http://www.naturalnews.com/035963_Tokyo_radiation_nuclear_waste.html
    TEPCO: 2-1/2 Times More Fukushima Radiation Released Than Previously Announced
    http://www.commondreams.org/headline/2012/05/24-1

  18. Granny Bear says:

    Settlement report 5/25/2012 – 9 hours ago
    Tokyo bay sea ground soil will contain 4,000 Bq/Kg of cesium by March 2014 – 9 hours ago
    Tepco has no clue for the worst senario of SFP4 – 10 hours ago
    Tepco plans to increase water injection of reactor 3 – 16 hours ago
    West side of the reactor4 building bulged – 20 hours ago

  19. Absolutely Tokyo is, and continues to be a radiation hotspot. I lived in Tokyo for 2 months in 2012 and felt it’s effects. You can read my story on my blog. Thanks for sharing.

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