I am the person who will destroy China. (madman101) wrote,
I am the person who will destroy China.


(Nether Update - as usual, if I hold out long enough, their stereo-blasting always ends up with them fighting with each other instead of me. This may because Nether Girl just becomes more and more ridiculous for anybody to deal with. It may be because she is playing the pit-one-male-against-another, (duelism), game in her head, which will sort-of be discussed later. Which reminds me: WHEN WILL SOMEONE PLEESE PUT TOM WAITS OUT OF MY MISERY?!!)

As you may recall, I was infuriated by certain close-minded "liberals" telling me I was wearing a tin-foil hat, back when I raised the possibility that Fukushima radiation was related to the rashes and loss of hair by Alaskan airline workers, seals, polar bears, etc. OMG I was being so UNCALLED FOR!! I felt the same way when the Fukushima tragedy first began, and people were discounting every this and that and I was like, UH! In both cases, these people, who were blaming me for not thinking critically, somehow had INSIDER knowledge as to what the ACTUAL levels of radiation were, what the well-meaning plant execs and politicians REALLY were thinking, etc. For an intro to my rants on this, go see my tags and also this: http://fascist-watch.livejournal.com/4012.html

And, most important...

Edited from article:

Non-naturally occurring radionuclides from the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant’s triple meltdown last year radioactively contaminated the entire northern hemisphere within days and the US west coast bore a significant brunt of so called hot particles, an independent scientific paper released yesterday claims.

New West Coast helicopter patrols raise alarm....

News reports from the US west coast throughout August indicated that government helicopter were seen flying at low altitudes in cities such as Berkeley, Oakland, San Francisco and Seattle measuring radioactivity in the air, the San Francisco Examiner and MSNBC reported.

‘Tokyo levels’ of hot particles in Seattle...

But nuclear physicist Arnie Gundersen, chief engineer of energy consulting company Fairewinds Associates and a former nuclear power industry executive, disagreed.

“During April, the people in Seattle could have just as easily been in Tokyo for the amount of hot particles that were there,” he told Washingtonblog, referring to microscopic pieces of airborne radioactive material.

“We are not prepared for this. Nobody is prepared. Nobody has even thought through the dimensions,” Ebbesmeyer told AFP. This is unprecedented in scientific history. “[…] There’s never been a devastation on one continent that has moved off to the other continent and actually recorded.”

Scientists in Alaska are also investigating whether local seals are being sickened by radiation from Japan, reported Reuters, noting that scores of ring seals have washed up on Alaska’s Arctic coastline since July, suffering or killed by a mysterious disease marked by bleeding lesions on the hind flippers, irritated skin around the nose and eyes and patchy hair loss on the animals’ fur coats.

“There is concern expressed by some members of the local communities that there may be some relationship to the Fukushima nuclear reactor’s damage,” John Kelley, Professor Emeritus at the Institute of Marine Science at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, said.

US government environmental agencies remain mum...

In the immediate aftermath of the Fukushima accident, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) refused to answer questions or to explain the exact location and number of monitors, or the levels of radiation, if any, being recorded at existing monitors in California, the San Jose Mercury News reported.

On March 21, 2011, the EPA pulled 8 of 18 air monitors in California, Oregon and Washington state that track radiation from Japan’s nuclear reactors out of service for “quality reviews.”

By April, 2011 the EPA had temporarily raised limits for radiation exposure by rewriting its Protective Action Guides (PAGs) to radically increase the allowable levels of iodine-131 by 3,000 times, a 1,000-fold hike for exposure to strontium-90, and a 25,000-fold increase in exposure limits to radioactive Nikel-63.

The EU followed suit by implementing an “emergency” order without informing the public that increased the amount of radiation in food by up to 20 times previous food standards, according to Kopp Online and Xander News. According to EU bylaws, radiation limits may be raised during a nuclear emergency to prevent food shortages.

FOR THE FULL, UNEDITED READ, GO HERE: http://www.bellona.org/articles/articles_2012/fukushima-westcoast-radiation

And here's some more Fuku junk that washed up recently:

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