Monday, October 3, 2016

Unidentifiable Flying Object Over Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant


I came home from work, turned on the cam and noticed immediately some object hovering in the sky to the east of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

The object could hover in place for long periods and move very, very quickly:




I took quite a few screenshots documenting its movement around the plant. Unfortunately, I could not get a close enough shot to really see it well.




My guess is that its a drone taking radiation readings. The plant looks terrible. There appears to be extreme heat coming up from unit 1:


Check out all my screenshots documenting the object's movement around the plant in pdf https://www.dropbox.com/s/q2wytw8hwns7ib1/October%204%202016%20UFO.pdf?dl=1 and here in Word: https://www.dropbox.com/s/grewm4uky429yxn/October%204%202016%20UFO.docx?dl=1

I bet its a drone, but I wish it were some benevolent alien probe investigating the source for the major disruption in the life force of our planet.





19 comments:

  1. Good guess, Maija, it could be a drone. Or it could be a plasma. Plasma, being partially radiation, is attracted to other radiation.

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  2. Thanks for pointing this put weez and thanks for capturing it Majia. I too, wish it were a superior civilization here to view the change in life force here. There are cone-shaped drones. This commercial drone company has a picture of one used for data gathering.
    http://www.aero-news.net/index.cfm?do=main.textpost&id=5225be70-ced7-4020-8483-b3f25655d78f

    It could be a plasma or atmospheric distortion from ionizing radiation as weez says too.

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    1. These drones are too slow,
      up to 72 km/h,
      https://store.dji.com/de/product/phantom-4?as=0001&ch=skycatch&clickaid=OEe19Yuoz8RQn4G3JaUw4hL_pGMasJMv&clickpid=322374&clicksid=8d2e5ccec77b35d9c9e8d1fbb5114f87&from=dap_product&pm=link

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  3. It looks like a balloon too.

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    1. Couldn't be a balloon or plasma because it moved sideways and down and up m.it zipped around when not stationary

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  4. Spacex rocket -- remember the object moving in the sky just before that rocket went kaput. Might be the same or related vehicle? I rather like the idea of aliens in some kind of watchful role. Fukushima is in my opinion the main physical thing happening on the planet; it could only be displaced by a nuclear war or another nuclear power plant breakdown in the USA or Europe . . . Perhaps fittingly it gets almost no attention. I can conceive of a formula regarding the Fukushima effect that goes like this: n years = changes X where X can have various values up to and including the end of most life on the planet. The value of n when most mammalian life is gone might be 100 for example. If there were aliens playing some kind of benevolent role by now somehow or other the solution to Fukushima would have appeared though not necessarily by any overt and obvious alien being intervention. But since it has not it strongly suggests to me either no aliens or aliens who will not do anything for hidden reasons. Surely there is a point in time when Fukushima alone will have released so much radiation that we will no longer have a habitable planet.

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    1. Yes!

      Here is a comment by a very interesting and well-educated commentator at Enenews:

      The Blue Light. April 6, 2012 at 11:54 pm · Reply
      http://enenews.com/former-un-advisor-ive-been-told-maybe-50-years-to-contain-radiation-if-no-4-pool-collapses-during-50-years-continual-you-cannot-contain-video/comment-page-1#comment-230541

      As I pointed out in another thread several physicists and I worked out how much ceasium137 is contained in spent fuel at Fukushima. We took into account average burn up of the fuel and decay since the fuel was removed from the reactors and several other factors.

      The estimates for the amount of ceasium137 that has been released into the environment so far has been independently calculated to range from 10 to 60 kilograms. The spent fuel on site contains between 12500 to 16300 kilograms of ceasium137. A more accurate figure was impossible to calculate due to a lack of available data from TEPCO.

      When all the other radionuclides are taken into account then life in places like Hawaii could become impossible, even a short term exposure could be fatal. This could also be true for any fallout hot spots in north america.
      Countries like the United kingdom, Denmark, Germany, Norway and Sweden which are connected to Japan by the northern jet stream would also be gravely effected.
      Within a year, global background radiation levels would rise by as much as a factor of thirty.
      This would truly be a global disaster.

      Majia here: This commentator stopped posting after he shared with the Enenews community that he was threatened with having his pension and health care revoked should he continue commenting about the Fukushima disaster.

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    2. It is believable. Senator Wyden said he stopped commenting on Fukushima because of the patriot act. I would like to remind people that radiation recorded over major United States cities,has increased intermittently by factors of thirty, according to netc. There were other fuel pools at Fukushima that probably burned.

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  5. Horse noted at Cafe Rad Lab it may be a bug on the camera lens. Has anyone ever found verified discovery of whether the camera lens' are in sealed environment?

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    1. Don't look like a bug to me. One can also tell by the way it is partially shrouded by water vapor. There is also the perspective effect that would not be seen if a bug were in the lens.

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    2. Maybe you would like to discuss this at Cafe Rad Lab: Horse: "One thing that convinced me it probably wasn't a drone was how fast it ascended when it went back up to the top of the screen; just as fast as it came down the screen." caferadlab.com/thread-1530-post-2868.html#pid2868

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    3. That is interesting grant research. It is good to actively talk about these observations

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    4. Good to read your comments here Horse!

      The object did move quickly but the way it moved into the mist and disappeared from view as it approached the plant is what persuaded me it was a drone.
      I have screenshots, which I linked, but without a video clip it will be hard to tell I guess.

      Netc is showing elevated radiation levels in Japan today

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  6. Great article and great posts!

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  7. Fukuleaks has an interesting article about drones used at Fukushima. They are inverted cone shaped. They have legs. One of the second flying object picture you captured shows an invertedvcone with blurred legs majia

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    1. http://www.fukuleaks.org/web/?p=15774

      Drone pictures

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  8. Native Forum on a nuclear Issues
    Oct10 Las Vegas
    http://static1.1.sqspcdn.com/static/f/356082/27270634/1475258318730/NAFNI2016+Flier+9-15-2016.jpg?token=PqWxfQw090z6TnEOkiLtTzZZWpU%3D

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  9. http://www.trueactivist.com/fukushima-radiation-has-contaminated-the-entire-pacific-ocean-and-its-going-to-get-worse/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=AM&utm_content=fukushimaradiationhascontaminatedtheentirepacificoceananditsgoingtogetworse

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  10. Majia, finally got the other 3 videos uploaded. Here's all 4 video links.

    https://vimeo.com/185516287
    https://vimeo.com/185722860
    https://vimeo.com/185722861
    https://vimeo.com/185722862

    http://caferadlab.com/thread-1530-post-2871.html#pid2871

    Horse

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