Tuesday, March 6, 2012


The NRC figured that a 1 year old child in California would get a 40 millisievert dose to the thyroid from 1 year of consuming Iodine-131 from Fukshima fallout?

Is this correct? Is this what they thought? 

What kind of agency would lie to the public when children are in direct line of harm?

If the evidence substantiates that children on the US and Canadian west coast were dosed with damaging levels of radiation, then human rights have been violated because officials FAILED TO DISTRIBUTE PROTECTION AND ADVISE ON REMEDIATION.

These officials need to be tried in a court of law. ALLEGATIONS: failure to fulfill mission to protect human welfare by deliberately withholding vital information and by LYING about level of risk.

They need to be tried for human rights violations.

Those agencies and parties that have relevant evidence must be compelled to reveal their data.

The NRC did not redact this conversation when their transcripts were released. Why?

Did they not redact it because no evidence was collected (deliberately) so the crime cannot be proven?

Enenews had a headline recently that was derived from de-classified NRC documents:
"US Regulator: We’ve got to stop labs from testing for Fukushima radiation — “Tell them to back off” — Worried about them talking to press about ‘consequences’

So, did the NRC want the private labs to back off so that the labs wouldn't collect evidence on fallout levels?

Is the NRC that criminally corrupt?

Enough is enough. 

There must be transparency and there must be accountability.


You can find the full transcript at Enenews. Read the comments as well.

Japan's Fukushima Daiichi ET Audio File
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Emphasis Added


MR. LEWIS [Robert Lewis, Director of NRC's Division of Preparedness and Response]: Okay. Good morning. I will cover four things that occupied most of the protective measures team time last night. First, there was a flight by NARAC last night [...] We also are working -- there was a request coming from last night -- before last evening's shift to develop projections for doses in California. And that is -- has been in process. We will need to -- in order to do that, we will need to engage with -- we already have engaged with the Office of Research. We are looking to engage further with Sandia to make some modifications to the (inaudible) to effectuate those dose estimates in California. In conjunction with that, there was a DITTRA and NARAC dose estimate that was done for California that we obtained as part of the DOE briefing package. And those were estimating what we believe to be very high doses to children, and a thyroid (inaudible) dosage. We think that (inaudible) extremely conservative modeling related to those doses and assumptions. It's a thyroid dose that involves deposition of material and (inaudible) integrated the dose over a year or two, for example, drinking milk from the same cow that's grazing on the same contaminated field the entire time, things like that. But once we get the (inaudible), we will have something to compare (inaudible). Also, when we saw those dose estimates, we looked in the historical record for any kind of information related to Chernobyl actual deposits that were measured. We did find some and (inaudible) dose activity per area of deposits that were estimated -- I think they were provided from DITTRA. We did the same dose calculations with those concentrations, and the doses were approximately 1,000 times lower. So we were in the one to 10 millirem range versus full rem range, which was -- full rem thyroid dose range, which was being (inaudible) by DOE and DOE (inaudible). [...]

MR. LEWIS: Yeah. The DITTRA result was four rem [40,000 microsieverts] to the thyroid of a one year-old child based on one year integration of uptake. They --


  1. http://nukeproffesional.blogspot.com/2012/03/some-senators-like-senator-akaka-get-it.html

  2. Both at the level of design and contracting concerns about the siting of the Fukushima installation were overridden. I saw a story of how 2 design engineers at GE trashed their careers 35 years ago by refusing to work on the system because of the way the cooling system for spent rods compromised safety. Several U.S. reactors are worse in terms of overloaded with spent rods . What would you say to siting reactors in the Mississippi floodway diversion ?
    Look up David Brin's notes on why the dredging and channeling of the Mississippi for several decades has made the current elevated riverbed unsustainable.
    David is at Contrary Brin. Water warfare has its own section in the Topical Index.
    http://opitslinkfest.blogspot.com/p/topical-index.html Also see Wikipedia on Hydraulic warfare. Drought in Iraq and flooding in South Korea look related to such concerns.
    http://www.gregpalast.com/the-fukushima-story-you-didnt-hear-on-cnn/ was found on the Care 2 newsboard ; though I recall seeing it before.


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