Monday, August 22, 2011

Propaganda Alert

Why is NHK even reporting this lie?

NHK Japan lowers Fukushima contamination estimate

[excerpted] Japan’s Nuclear Safety Commission has revised downward the estimated amount of radioactive substances released from the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

The commission now judges that 570-thousand terabecquerels of radioactive iodine 131 and cesium 137, about 10 percent less than its earlier estimate, leaked from the plant between March 12th and April 5th.

The commission put the total at 630-thousand terabecquerels in April.

The new figure was obtained by analyzing freshly released data on radiation levels measured at monitoring posts and amounts of radioactive materials in the air.

The commission also believes that leakage of radioactive substances peaked from 1 PM to 5 PM in the afternoon of March 15th when explosions occurred at reactors No. 2 and No. 4.

The timing is not much different than the commission’s initial estimate, but the new figures revise downward the amount of radioactive substances released during the period by 60 percent.

How Do We Know it is a Lie?

Well, Arnie Gunderson just told us in his last upadate that there were ongoing criticalities at the plant, and he has stated before he thinks they are ongoing now.

Recently some UC San Diego scientists published a report on radioactive sulfur. I posted on it. The report shows, Arnie says who read it carefully, that 400 billion neutrons in a square meter were required for the production of the radioactive sulfur levels detected in San Diego.

Saltwater hit by neutrons creates radioactive sulfur.

Where did those neutrons come from?
Besides I recently quoted Chris Busby who put his entire reputation on the line by reporting that

Releases from the plant reported to the PM of Japan by Tepco to be 10 to the power of 13 becquerels every hour!

1 comment:

  1. The EPA gave me an "incident report" when I emailed them to ask about the links to radiation charts because I said that I thought they were being dishonest and hiding the truth. I won't be going back there again.
    So far nothing has happened as a result of my "incident report."


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