Friday, April 12, 2013

Fukushima Oddities Documented in Video

Documented in a video posted by Wotcha

Wotcha writes: The smoke starts, lighting goes on/off:2013.04.12_20.15–21.15(TBS_JNN)
Please watch from 1.30 in and @2.19 a quick 'fireball'(?) skips across bottom of screen, then the smoke starts.

PattieB claims that the light is actually a 'rare gas burner' that is burning off the radioactive gasses being emitted from interaction of the melted corium with water. She argues that this process of incineration merely makes the particles smaller, facilitating dispersal through the blood stream after inhalation.

I don't know what is going on but the emissions look bad this morning, particularly in the area of unit 3

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