News about nuclear accident in Fukushima in April 2011

Radioactive news 23 April 2011

  • ‘Stop work on new nuclear plants'

    There should be an immediate stop in work on all new nuclear plants across the country without any exception, Prakash Karat, general secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), said here on Thursday.

    “It is ‘elementary' for the government to pay heed to public protests against such plans, particularly after the Fukushima disaster,” Mr. Karat said at a press conference.

  • FUKUSHIMA = 2,000 Atomic Bombs

    Radioactive contamination equivalent to the Fukushima, Japan disaster in terms of the hated “Mushroom Cloud” Atomic Bombs is two thousand (2,000) 500 Kiloton Atomic Bombs.* Each 500kt Atomic Bomb is 33 times bigger than the American Bomb that destroyed Hiroshima on August 6, 1945.

    President G. Bush often referred to the well known “mushroom cloud” as a terrorist signature. Nope, just standard operating procedure (SOP) in the stationary nuclear weapons biz-ness, otherwise known worldwide as “Nuclear Power Reactors.” Except, in the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Weapons, the biggest ever, the “mushroom” portion is invisible and has engulfed the whole world with 70 Billion Radioactive Lethal Doses* – so far. There’s more on the way.

  • Japan Nuclear Iodine Radiation In San Francisco Milk Over 2600% Above EPA Drinking Water Limit

    Japan nuclear iodine radiation in San Francisco raw milk detected at 2600% EPA drinking water limits and in store bought milk 1045% above EPA limits by the latest University of Berkeley radiation tests. The UCB also claimed that the radiation levels in the milk are starting to level off while the data shows a sharp increase in the radiation levels after their statement.

  • ALERT: Japan admits daily radioactive release from Fukushima at least 15,000% higher than previously announced

    On April 5, the estimated amount of radioactive materials released from Fukushima I Nuke Plant was 0.69 terabecquerels/hour for iodine-131 and 0.14 terabecquerels/hour for cesium-137. When the numbers were recalculated according to the INES method (converting cesium amount into iodine equivalent), the amount released turned out to be 6.4 terabecquerels/hour (which was 154 terabecquerels per day. Previously, the Nuclear Safety Commission had simply added the numbers for iodine-131 and cesium-137, and announced it was less than 1 terrabecquerel per day.

  • Block Of Cement Emitting 900,000 Microsieverts Of Radiation Found OUTSIDE Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant

    A highly radioactive block of cement capable of killing anyone who spends more than 6 hours near it has been found outside the Fukushima nuclear power plant. Debris with similar radiation is believed to be spread around the nuclear power plant. Similar highly radioactive debris is spread around the nuclear power plant and may delay the 9 month time line to stop the radiation leak.


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