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International Marine Science Organization Releases Report On Radiation In Pacific Ocean

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Researchers from Fisheries and Oceans Canada confirmed that the radioactive plume from Fukushima is indeed reaching the shores of Canada and the United States - and was detected at least six months ago - carried both in the ocean surface water and the atmosphere on similar but slightly different courses.
International Marine Science Organization Releases Report On Radiation In Pacific Ocean .

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Is Japan's Fukushima Power Plant Still a Threat? - ABC News

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"Return To Fukushima" Airs This Week | PlanetSave

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It's not too late to catch America Tonight's exclusive four-part series, Return to Fukushima. "Nuclear gypsies," the fate of the Japan prefecture, and world.
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West Coast Radiation Exposure: What are the risks? - Fairewinds Energy Education

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Fairewinds Energy Education's Arnie Gundersen discusses the risk to the US West Coast population from the ongoing releases from Fukushima Daiichi.

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The faces of Fukushima's fallout - Al Jazeera America (blog)

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For almost three years, Fukushima has been in the throes of an ongoing nuclear disaster.
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Japan plans to re-create meltdown to learn more about Fukushima crisis - RT

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A team of nuclear scientists in Japan plan to deliberately melt a nuclear fuel rod to model the meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear plant in 2011.
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Government in Philippines Takes Another Look at Mothballed Nuclear Plant

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Facing rising power demand and costs, energy officials in the Philippines are studying the potential to refurbish the mothballed Bataan nuclear plant.

The country's energy secretary Jericho Petilla recently said reopening the project is a possibility, The Philippine Star reported. His department aims to recommend a course of action for the plant by the end of the current presidential administration in 2016. The study's scope will include whether to bid plant operations out to a contracting company. Petilla also said he would push for additional generation at the site if the project moves forward.

Work finished on a 621 megawatt Westinghouse pressurized water reactor at the plant in 1984. According to the World Nuclear Association, the unit was never loaded with fuel or operated because of financial and seismic concerns. A 2008 International Atomic Energy Agency mission concluded the plant could be run safely and economically if refurbished. Upgrades to safety and instrumentation and control systems were estimated to cost $800 million to $1 billion. The same year, the country hired Korea Electric Power Co. to conduct a feasibility

study, which recommended refurbishing the plant.

 


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Anti-Nuclear Former Prime Ministers of Japan May Join Forces, with One Running for the Governor of Tokyo, Says Asahi | EXSKF

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FOIA Documents Related to Fukushima Daiichi Reactor 4 | Enformable

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FOIA’s Related to Reactor 4 NRC Transcripts – TEPCO video of Unit 4 SFP inconclusive – Japan claiming reflection of water but could be anything NRC Transcr

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TV: Fukushima plant “an undefused bomb for decades to come” — Japan Journalist: They only have the vaguest idea of what happened to 100s of tons of molten fuel — An ongoing crisis on edge of disaster

TV: Fukushima plant “an undefused bomb for decades to come” — Japan Journalist: They only have the vaguest idea of what happened to 100s of tons of molten fuel — An ongoing crisis on edge of disaster | Fukushima Emergency What can We do | Scoop.it

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How dangerous is the Fukushima nuclear plant today? (part two) | Al Jazeera America

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Years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, disagreement remains over the plant's safety. Michael Okwu reports.

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New Fukushima Live camera focuses on the sky above the buildings / doesn’t show anything on-going on the ground | Fukushima Diary

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Fuel meltdown experiment eyed to learn more about Fukushima crisis

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The Japan Atomic Energy Agency is planning to melt a small nuclear fuel rod in an experiment at its research facility in March to figure out how meltdowns occurred at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant in 2011, officials said Thursday.

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TEPCO to Return J-Village (where plutonium was found) to Fukushima for 2020 Olympics

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Inside Fukushima: Beyond the 'No Go' Zone - ABC News

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The still crippled fukushima nuclear plant. It's closed to the public, and for the few who gain access, it's still a place you can only... See More.
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Two-headed whale found in Mexico: is Fukushima radiation responsible?

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Two-headed whale found in Mexico: is Fukushima radiation responsible? Fishermen have found conjoined gray whale calves in a northwestern Mexican lagoon, a discovery that a government marine biologist described as "exceptionally rare." The four-meter (13-foot) long siamese whales were dead when they were discovered in the Ojo de Liebre lagoon, which opens to the Pacific Ocean in the Baja California peninsula. Could this be connected to radioactive water being dumped into the Pacific Ocean from the Fukushima nuclear plant?

Officials from the National Natural Protected Areas Commission (CONANP) verified the discovery during a visit on Monday.

The nearly half-tonne creatures were joined at the waist, with two full heads and tail fins, said Benito Bermudez, a marine biologist and CONANP's regional manager.

He described the discovery as "exceptionally rare, without any precedent" in the region.

Scientists are examining the whales and plan to look for any other cases in the gray whale's natural sanctuaries off Baja California.

Every winter, hundreds of gray whales migrate from the Bering Sea to the warmer waters of Baja California, attracting tourists hoping to catch a glimpse of the huge mamals.

Nearly 1,200 gray whales were spotted in the region in the 2012-2013 season.

According to experts, ocean currents carry harmful substances far away. Even in other parts of the world fish and seafood drawn from contaminated streams can be dangerous for humans, Maxim Shingarkin, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee for Natural Resources says.

"Currents in the World Ocean are so structured that the areas of seafood capture near the US north-west coast are more likely to contain radioactive nuclides than even the Sea of Okhotsk which is much closer to Japan."

Contaminated fish can swim anywhere, so fishing is not absolutely safe in any region of the world any more. It is impossible to test the entire catch for pollution, just as it is impossible to introduce a universal ban on fishing. The Japanese government has just partially banned fishing in the most dangerous areas. Vladimir Slivyak, Co-chairman of the Ecodefence international ecology group is speaking.

As for atmospheric pollution, radio nuclides from Fukushima reached California and Mexico 8 days after the accident. Russia was not affected, Maxim Shingarkin says.

Meanwhile, on Christmas Eve an unidentified author posted on YouTube a seven-minute video: a man holding a Geiger counter, a radiation detector, walks through Pacifica State Beach near San Francisco. The counter indicates fluctuating radiation levels – of up to 150 counts-per-minute at times, five times higher than normal.

The video's author says on his blog that he has been taking radiation measurements in the area for over two years. In late December he spotted a sudden increase in radiation which he claims to be the aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear breakdown in Japan.

More than half a million people have viewed the video, titled "Fukushima hits San Francisco!", since it was uploaded to YouTube.

Scientists are skeptical however that there is any Fukushima-related radiation hitting California beaches in any detectible levels.

Higher-than-normal radiation levels at California beaches not related to Fukushima - scientists

Authorities in California have sent teams to measure radiation along the San Mateo County coast in response to a video posted on YouTube by an unidentified author, yet found nothing life-threatening. In a seven-minute video, a man holding a Geiger counter radiation detector is walking through Pacifica State Beach near San Francisco. The counter indicates fluctuating radiation levels – at times of up to 150 counts-per-minute or five times higher than normal.

The author of the video says on his blog that he has been taking radiation measurements in the area for over two years. In late December, he spotted a sudden increase in radiation which he claims to be the aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear breakdown in Japan.

More than half a million people have viewed the video, titled "Fukushima hits San Francisco!", since it was uploaded to YouTube on Christmas Eve.

Local health officials conducted an independent survey and confirmed "higher-than-typical" radiation readings but denied that there was any "immediate public health concern".

Nevertheless, they forwarded the matter to the US Environmental Protection Agency. So far, it’s not clear if any further inquiry will follow.

The controversial video has fueled fears that radioactive waste generated by the Fukushima disaster might affect the US coast.

But scientists are skeptical that there is any Fukushima-related radiation hitting California beaches in any detectible levels.

"Recent tests show that elevated levels of radiation at Half Moon Bay are due to naturally occurring materials and not radioactivity associated with the Fukushima incident… There is no public health risk at California beaches due to radioactivity related to events at Fukushima," said Wendy Hopkins, a spokeswoman for the California Department of Public Health.

"The radionuclides are in the NORM class of radioactive substances, not from Fukushima," echoed Dan Sythe, CEO for International Medcom, which designs and manufactures Geiger Counters.

Sythe had a sample of sand from the beach sent to him and, having tested it, is "convinced that there is no link to Fukushima". The radioactive areas of the beach seem to him to be associated with dark sand below the high tide level.

"The levels detected are about five to 10 times what you would normally expect to find on a beach," he said. "But if the sand were contaminated by radiation from Fukushima it would show cesium-137 which is reported to be the major health concern in Fukushima."

Instead he got radium and thorium, which are naturally occurring radioactive elements.

Experts have been monitoring fish from the Pacific and while microscopic levels of cesium were found in blue fin tuna, most recent tests reveal that even those small levels are declining.


Sources :

1, http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_01_09/Two-headed-whale-found-in-Mexico-is-Fukushima-radiation-to-be-blamed-8583/

2, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQxDy_sSOxM

3, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcQLxT49ZP0




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Safecast did a follow up test and confirmed elevated radiation was found in the California beach sand


A Green Road,
8 January, 2014

We at AGRP appreciate greatly that Safecast did a follow up test and confirmed elevated radiation was found in the California beach sand, in response to initial reports issued by Rense, AGRP, and many others.

Northern California Beach Reading 412 CPM on 12/20/2013 - Fukushima Radiation Is Here!; via @AGreenRoadhttp://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/12/northern-california-beach-reading-500.html

The strength of Safecast is in transparent, accurate, map focused, radiation readings via Safecast Geiger Counters, like the article below explains. Safecast radiation readings performed via CITIZEN scientists is science, just the same as other citizen radiation detection networks, such as via the person who found the initial high radiation reading.

Radiation Readings From Inside Fukushima Daichi Plant Finally Revealed In Dec. 2013 - 192 USv/Hr; via @AGreenRoadhttp://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/12/radiation-readings-from-inside.html

However, doing a radiation reading, and then drawing conclusions by using a comparison that all elevated radiation found on beaches with thorium are the equivalent of granite counter tops and/or airline flights is a false equivalency. This is where Safecast can quickly get in trouble, in the same way that the nuclear industry does, by doing the same thing. These three things; (thorium, granite and air flights) present entirely different radiation health risks from different directions.

An airline flight exposes one (mainly)  to cosmic rays that pass through the body, and there is no residual internal dose. There are no hot particles. Granite counter tops and radon filled homes are a choice that people make that involves a radiation risk.  
http://www.epa.gov/radiation/tenorm/granite-countertops.html

Beaches, sand and spray blowing around that can be inhaled present entirely different risks. Hot particles cannot be compared to granite, air flights, bananas or anything else, as Arnie Gunderson explains via the article and video in the link below.

Fukushima Pacific Ocean Radiation And How It Concentrates In Mussels, Sea Stars, Chitons, Clams, Oysters, And Fish; via @AGreenRoadhttp://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2014/01/fukushima-pacific-ocean-radiation-and.html

The pro nuclear industry experts claim that radiation coming from reactors such as plutonium, uranium, radium, polonium, strontium or cesium are no different from radiation in bananas or air flights, just as Safecast seems to be doing in this case.. This false equivalency has been proven false in numerous studies. Any dose of radiation is cumulative and hazardous, based on many studies, experts and scientists, as well as medical doctors.

Quotes From Famous People About Nuclear Energy And Low Dose Radiation Dangers; via @AGreenRoadhttp://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/07/quotes-from-famous-people-about-nuclear.html

What this specific Safecast report is doing is not only doing a radiation reading, then analyzing it, (very good!) but then also drawing a conclusion, even if the conclusion is comparing apples to oranges. It is so easy to go just one tiny step further and declare that all thorium sand beaches are safe, and that all basements containing radon are also safe, because it is all NORM, (natural radiation). This conclusion seems to be following the hormesis theory.

By inference, is the Safecast report, not quoting the hormesis theory by using the word 'natural' in combination with thorium, granite and air flights? The hormesis theory has been disproven.

Hormesis; What Does Not Kill You, Is Good For Youhttp://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/05/hormesis-what-does-not-kill-you-is-good.html

Rachel Maddow - Hormesis Promoting Republican Art Robinson Wants To Sprinkle Radioactive Waste From Airplanes Over Cities? via @AGreenRoadhttp://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/08/rachel-maddow-hormesis-promoting.html

Safecast is much better off just reporting radiation numbers and findings as far as more sophisticated tests, and then let others argue about what these reading means. True neutrality is a strength, not a weakness. Either that, or choose sides. Would Safecast join the nuclear industry, or join the anti nuclear scientists? Safecast cannot have it both ways. Safecast is either one of many citizen radiation detection networks, or it is something else.

Thorium Rich Sand; Monazite - Studies Show It Increases Congenital Mutuation, Downs Syndrome, And Changes Sex Ratios; via @AGreenRoad
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2014/01/thorium-rich-sand-monazite-studies-show.html

The problem with this particular beach is that the citizen radiation detection and monitoring system tester who found 400 CPM radiation levels in the sand had been doing this testing process for years and had found nothing beyond background. Either he is a liar and falsely reporting as a radiation monitoring detection network person, or something else may be going on.

The Safecast test done on the sand found thorium and daughter decay products. But the testing equipment may not have been set up or calibrated to find uranium or plutonium, both hard to find alpha radiation products. What was the confidence setting of the equipment? 95%, 5% or something else? Is this a gamma radiation only detection machine or can it also detect alpha?

We would encourage Safecast to perform further testing with more sensitive equipment, and use chemical tests to verify that there is no alpha radiation emitting uranium or plutonium in this beach sand sample.

Even sophisticated radiation testing equipment can 'miss' uranium or plutonium, and then report their daughter products as NORM, because they daughter products of uranium can look exactly like 'natural' thorium sand radiation signatures, just as one example. But remember, 'natural' or NORM, does not mean 'safe'.

Bottom line, let's assume that the initial tester lied. Let's assume this elevated radiation reading is from thorium and nothing else. Let's assume that the thorium comes from a rock outcropping on the beach that has been there for a Billion years.

Even with all of that assuming, is it safe to infer that a 100 - 400 CPM beach is not hazardous at all, and is the equivalent of bananas, a small granite counter or air flights,  and that a house or beach with more than 100CPM of 'natural' radiation is 'safe'? Hopefully that is not what Safecast is claiming here.

Categorizing thorium exposure from blowing sand, dust and sea spray as the equivalent of flying is definitely NOT scientifically accurate, especially when it comes to radon, radium, polonium, and other daughter decay products from these 'natural' radioactive emitting elements such as thorium or radon. The EPA has found even very low levels of radon can cause lung cancer.
http://www.epa.gov/radon/

Because plutonium is so hard to detect and even a small nano particle or 'hot 'particle' of it can cause lung cancer, and it is a known fact that Fukushima released hundreds of pounds to tons of it, it may pay to be cautious about inferring that Fukushima has had no negative effect and that it will have no negative effect on anyone, anywhere, as the nuclear industry likes to claim.

How Dangerous Is 400-6000 Pounds Of Plutonium Nano Particle Dust Liberated By Fukushima? Via @AGreenRoad
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/08/how-dangerous-is-400-6000-pounds-of.html

Keep up the good work, all you Safecast citizen scientist volunteers! You are much appreciated!!! And thanks to all of the other citizen scientists out there, taking pancake detector radiation readings on everything and reporting it on Youtube or via various radiation detection networks.. Without all of you, we are left at the mercy of government and industry, and we all know where that leaves us, right?

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Source:
http://agreenroad.blogspot.fr/2014/01/safecast-confirmation-of-radioactive.html

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All The Best, Scientifically Verified, Information on Fukushima Impacts - Deep-Sea News

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Fuel meltdown experiment eyed to learn more about Fukushima crisis - The Japan Times

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Fuel meltdown experiment eyed to learn more about Fukushima crisis The Japan Times The Japan Atomic Energy Agency is planning to melt a small nuclear fuel rod in an experiment at its research facility in March to figure out how meltdowns occurred...
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REPOST: Inside the 'No-Go Zone': Searching for Answers at Japan's Fukushima Nuclear Plant

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By ABC News

Jan 9, 2014 10:47am

The Fukushima Daiichi Power plant is the site of one of the worst nuclear catastrophes in history, and it’s still grappling with possible radioactive water leaks almost three years after a devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami triggered a meltdown.

On March 11, 2011, a 9.0-magnitude earthquake, the largest ever to hit Japan, and the tsunami that followed, engulfed entire villages. Giant waves flooded the Fukushima plant, knocking out power and causing a meltdown that spewed radiation across the countryside and into the ocean.

At first, Tepco, the plant’s operator and the largest energy company in Japan, downplayed the severity of the disaster, and critics have since accused the company of withholding vital information about the plant. Now, at the start of an unprecedented and treacherous cleanup, Tepco agreed to open its doors and show what progress the company has made.

The plant is surrounded by a 12-mile evacuation zone, teeming with radiation hot spots. Deep in fallout territory, masked guards man street corners, only allowing people with official government permission to pass. Inside what the locals call the “no-go zone” are ghost towns, abandoned and overgrown.

It looks like a post-apocalyptic landscape. In all, 80,000 people were forced to evacuate their homes, and most won’t be able to return for decades. For some, maybe never.

Tepco said it has a plan in place to stop future radiation leaks. It has also increased defenses for the next natural disaster with new technology that will ensure backup power and supply water to cool reactors during an emergency.

“Nightline” went on a journey to examine the fallout of the Fukushima power plant meltdown, and was given rare access to the plant and its surrounding evacuation zones. Watch ABC News’ Cecilia Vega and “Nightline” producer Nick Capote’s full report HERE:


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Nuclear launch officers tied to narcotics probe - USA TODAY

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Fukushima failure: Decontamination system stops functioning

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The operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Company) has stopped using its systems to decontaminate radioactive water at the facility, Japanese broadcaster NHK reported.

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Another Lie By TEPCO; Not 1 Hydrogen Explosion, But 2 Separate PLUTONIUM MOX Fuel Explosions At Fukushima Building #3


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How dangerous is the Fukushima nuclear plant today? (part one) | Al Jazeera America

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Years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, disagreement remains over the plant's safety. Michael Okwu reports.

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Reactor3 hoax → Reactor3 still steaming like it has been seen since last July / Normal abnormality | Fukushima Diary

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