Saturday, February 4, 2012

Why We Cannot Trust Our Officials When it Comes to Radiation and Nuclear Safety

January 21, 2011: No Need to Worry; No More Radiation Releases Says Jaczko

Visiting U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Gregory Jaczko said 20 December that there was no longer enough energy in the reactors at the crippled Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant to produce an offsite release of radiation, but pointed out that a large cleanup task remained.” Source: Japan hails US assistance in controlling crippled Fukushima reactor BBC Monitoring Asia Pacific – Political Supplied by BBC Worldwide Monitoring  December 21, 2011 Wednesday

Friday, January 6, 2012 Ex-SKF "Mysterious Spike in Cesium Fallout in Fukushima on Jan 2, 2012
[excerpted] The spike happened one day after the pretty big earthquake (seismic intensity scale 4) on January 1, 2012, which caused the water level of the Skimmer Surge Tank of Reactor 4 to fluctuate unexpectedly.

Only the people on the net paid attention to the data and it was not reported by the MSM. The Ministry of Education and Science issued
the result of the fallout measurement, without saying anything as to why these dates (12/27/2011 to date) are being singled out.

This person
tweeted the pic with three overlapping charts comparing (from the top): (1) amount of snow on the ground and amount of rain, (2) amount of cesium fallout, and (3) wind speed (average speed in black, maximum speed in blue, and maximum instantaneous speed in red), from December 1, 2011 to January 6, 2012:
Jan 17 2011: Source: Fukushima Prefecture: "Environmental Radioactivity Measurements Scheduled Deposition (provisional)" Spikes Apparent of Cesium 134 and 137 

Jan 20 "Iodine 131 Measured from Snow in Hachioji Tokyo." Source: Fukushima Diary
It snowed on 1/20/2012 around in Tokyo.
•They measured Iodine-131 from the snow in Hachioji Tokyo.
•Cesium-134 @ 14.9 Bq/kg
Cesium-137 @ 15.3 Bq/kg
Iodine-131 @ 20.0 Bq/kg
•Measurement of Iodine 131 suggest the possibility of re-criticality of Fukushima…

Jan 27-29 Entire US Radnet Down No Beta or Gamma Data Available

Jan 29. European Radiation Spikes:

Feb 3: NHK: Gov’t now inspecting Fukushima “to see if it can safely remain in a state of cold shutdown” (VIDEO) and

Feb 4th "Journalist: Tepco whistleblower says Reactor 4 “very unstable and dangerous” — More people are concerned about situation" Enenews

Upshot: Jaczko wrong about ongoing releases of radiation. Was the error deliberate or accidental?

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