Scientists declare northern 1/3 of Japan uninhabitable and should be evacuated

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Scientists declare northern 1/3 of Japan uninhabitable and should be evacuated


In her interview, Leuren Moret highlights two prominent nuclear radiation scientists who have now publicly declared that the northern 1/3 part of Japan has become uninhabitable because of radiation due to the Fukushima March 11, 2011 quake/nuke false flag operation, and should be evacuated.

One of the radiation experts, Dr. Chris Busby, is a UK Govt. and European Parliament Low Level Radiation Expert. Dr. Busby developed the first radiation risk model to challenge the US government’s Hiroshima and Nagasaki studies model that underestimated internal exposure risk by a factor of 1000. Dr. Busby has conducted research on Sellafield nuke plant contamination and health risks, depleted uranium exposures in the Middle East, Yugoslavia, C. Asia, and Fukushima disaster.

The other radiation expert, Marion Fulk, is a Manhattan Project scientist who made the US hydrogen bomb work. Mr. Fulk was the radiation rainout/snowout expert for the US nuclear weapons program during atmospheric testing. He has trained and mentored Leuren Moret for 11 years on radiation issues such as the environmental and biological effects of ionizing radiation.

In a March 30, 2011 interview on Russia Today with Dr. Chris Busby. Dr. Busby declared that the Fukushima nuclear plant meltdowns will result in at least 417,000 new cancers.

Bob07's picture

Fukushima - seen as a new and worse 9/11 attack.

Worse radiation disaster than Chernobyl.  Level 7 nuclear disaster.  Japanese capital is being moved.

Seen as low-level nuclear war against planet, with weather manipulations like tornoadoes used to spread radiation via rainfall.  Plutonium levels have risen worldwide.

BUT... let's keep the positive Big Picture in mind and at heart.

Wendy's picture

Hi Folks-

We got our radiation detector last week. It's a Ludlum model 3 survey meter. I was relieved to find that background radiation inside and outside the house was between 20-40 cpm (clicks per minute) which is very acceptable, even to us organic gardeners. Bad news though is that the rain water is still very high. It's raining now, my husband is collecting it on a paper towel. One sample measured close to 500 cpm. It goes to 200 cpm when you put paper in between the detector and the sample, indicating that much of that radiation is alpha rays. (I asked him about measuring the paper towel dry and it comes up same as background)


Wendy's picture

Joe & I are very puzzled at this point. We put that sample (rainwater soaked paper towel) in a baggy, kept it on our dry porch and decided to measure it again, now 2 1/2 hours later. It now measures 100cpm. All the other samples, stored the same way in individual baggies have also gone way down. Here's the list:

sample measured 8:55 AM 100cpm, retested 12:07 40cpm

samle measured 9:26 AM 300cpm, retested 12:03 40cpm

sample measured 10AM 500cpm, retested 12:00 100cpm

sample measured 10:35AM 300cpm, retested 12:10 80cpm

sample measued 11:30AM 100cpm, retested 12:12 60cpm

We think this drop is too quick to be accounted for by radioactive half life. We are thinking that the radioactivity coming down with the rain must be due to gas that is quickly disapating from the samples as we open the bags to test.

Bottom line: Hopefully this is good news, we just need to stay out of the rain.

If anyone has a better explanation about the sudden drop in radioactivity of our samples please respond.




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