Sunday, February 28, 2016

Update on Webcam Anomalies


This morning I posted on what looked like heavy emissions at Fukushima Daiichi.

The apparent emissions don't look very much better during the day time, as you can see from these cropped images pasted below from 3 screenshots taken within a 90 second period starting at 7:00 AM 2/29/2016:







What is the mauve haze?


 

4 comments:

  1. Maybe the Mauve haze is from cesium or cobalt? How can anyone or anything survive there Majia? One can see emissions. Radiosiotipes generate heat and there is probably fissioning somewhere I saw the blue glow in a reactor core once . Tritium emits a gas that glows. Thats what one sees on the dials of old timex watches.

    There have never been 3 meltdowns like this in history before, so there have never been emissions like this. Concentrated radioisotopes like cesium, strontium 90, plutonium, cobalt 60, iridium 192, tritium and many others can generate their own heat. A lot of it if they are concentrated and abundant. This has been witnessed in nuclear waste dumps, where decaying radioisotopes heat up packing materials generating gas and causing explosions. They do not have to be fissioning. The effect of cobalt 60 and cesium 137 and plutonium238 strontium90 used in RTG Radioisotope thermoelectric generator is called the seebeck effect where radioisotopes generate heat and cause a thermocouple to generate current. Lord knows there is plenty of strontium and cesium at fukushima. From Google Scholar "A radioisotope thermoelectric generator(RTG, RITEG) is an electrical generator that uses an array of thermocouples to convert the heat released by the radioactive isotope of a suitable radioactive material into electricity by the Seebeck Effect. This generator has no moving parts."

    Cesium and other radioisotopes glow naturally when concentrated. One can Probably see heat convection from concentrated radiosisotopes and some criticalities at Fukushima too. There Could also be chemical heating of plastics and other materials around the plant catalyzed by concentrated radioisotopes too.

    Makes one wonder with all the plastic in the the pacific and concentrated peas soup pools of radioisotopes dribbling into the pacific what is going on there too. Here is blue glow picture in this blog. http://hubpages.com/politics/The-Beautiful-Blue-Glow-the-Goinia-radiation-disaster.This is so sad.

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    1. Thanks for the link. I have a screenshot of a blue glow at Daiichi I will post later this week.

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  2. See also Decay Heat. Decay heat of radionucleides can cause a meltdown even after a reactor has been shut down. RTGs use varying concentrations of radiosotopes in ceramic matrices. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decay_heat

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  3. Concentrated cesium and stontium have the chemical properies of generating hygrogen gas when the com into contact with water. Fukushima daiichi is truly a radioactive horrorland of never before experienced phenomenon on such a scale

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