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One Third of Pacific Ocean Threatened by Fukushima Radiation Releases

Saturday, September 12, 2015 5:40
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Unless you believe the official story on Fukushima being dished out by the Japanese and American governments, then if you’re one of those people who think that radiation from Fukushima is now present on American soil, then you must be a “Conspiracy Theorist.” Guess what? While most cases of radiation that the U.S. government HAS acknowledged are real have been on the West Coast of the United States, radiation monitoring stations as far east as Boston have picked up “Hot Particles.” Hot particles are microscopic particles of “Concentrated Radiation” that wreak havoc on the human body, and they’ve been showing up in Boston since 2011. I did a post back in June on a water bottling company near Boston titled, Bottled Water Recalled For Fukushima Radiation. “That two-headed whale? Don’t worry about that. We can’t say what caused that, but we’re SURE it wasn’t Fukushima.”Not to worry though, the government says you’re fine. Ignore the fact that you glow in the dark!

In what sounds like an apocalyptic storyline for a new summer blockbuster, in the video below, Anonymous gives a rundown of recent stories that have been kept very hush hush, and are also related to the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Also, keep in mind this report came out before the Catastrophic Flooding Which Threatens the Fukushima Nuclear Plant began just a day ago. In THAT report, officials are now saying, they are “SERIOUSLY CONCERNED” about the radiation leaking into the Pacific Ocean. Officials have been saying all along that everything was fine, and we knew that was B.S., so imagine how serious it is if they are “SERIOUSLY CONCERNED.”




ENE News reports:

Marshall Islands Journal, Jul 18, 2014 (emphasis added): 

Seawater check for radioactivity… the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) visited the Marshall Islands earlier this month to train local officials to sample seawater for radioactive cesium… the IAEA Project [is] called “Marine benchmark study on the possible impact of the Fukushima radioactive releases in the Asia-Pacific Region.”… During a field exercise on July 2, two sets of seawater samples were collected… The samples were collected on filter cartridges coated with chemicals that will bond to the cesium element… This is the start of monitoring Marshall Islands seawater for cesium radioactivity which will be carried out every three months

IAEA Board of Governors Meeting, Ambassador Glyn Davies, Permanent U.S. Representative to the IAEA, 2011: Today the Secretariat has presented to us a new Technical Cooperation project entitled “Marine benchmark study on the possible impact of the Fukushima radioactive releases in the Asia-Pacific Region.”… Member States in the region are understandably concerned for the safety of their marine environments. The IAEA has unique expertise to offer in helping them to assess how recent events in Japan may affect their food and water resources… The United States fully supports this project… While the Secretariat has demonstrated admirable flexibility and agility in assembling this project quickly to meet an urgent need, we recognize… extra-budgetary resources are required… My delegation is pleased to announce that the United States will immediately make available $400,000 for this new regional, Fukushima-related project… We hope this contribution will allow the project to move forward without delay

IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme 2011–15: Marine benchmark study on the possible impact of the Fukushima radioactive releases in the Asia-Pacific Region… this radioactive contamination could be transported and circulated through the Pacific Ocean… Member States have expressed concern about the possible impact of these releases on their coastal zones… An urgent and harmonized regional approach is essentialThe area potentially affected may encompass much of the Pacific Ocean, which covers one third of the area of the globe.

IAEA Coordinated Research Activities in 2014–2015 (pdf): Benchmark Ocean Models for the Dispersion and Radiological Impact of Released Radionuclides from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant – The accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant released huge amounts of radioactive substances into the Pacific Ocean. These radionuclides will be transferred and dispersed over the Pacific Ocean during the next years. There are a number of different ocean dispersion models to predict the dispersion of pollutants… and uptake in biota and to assess the potential radiation exposure to humans and the environment… The predictions can be used for recommendations for the Pacific Member States for measures with regard to seafood consumption or export or import of marine food

IAEA Coordinated Research Activities in 2015 (pdf): Benchmark Ocean Models for the Dispersion and Radiological Impact of Radionuclides Released from Nuclear Power Plants in Emergency Situations… These radionuclides are being dispersed and transferred through the ocean, and numerous studies of these processes have been carried out… to predict the behaviour of the radionuclides and, further on, to estimate doses to biota and human populations… The Fukushima discharges will be used as a benchmark study for the Pacific Ocean. The simulated data will be compared with actual measurement results…



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