CNN news release, RT news reports radiation 700 times+ norm.

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PostTue Mar 15, 2011 9:33 am » by Mrmcnuggets


RT News:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtYq70-71RI
Opening headline states radiation is 700 times over normal, and reporter states that Japanese Government implies there is no serious threat at this time.

A person from Ohio then goes into discussion about 6 of the reactors that are having stress, and 11 are shut. So that is 17 total reactors of nuclear substance there right now in the hazard area.

CNN article :
http://www.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/asiapcf/0 ... index.html

For up-to-the-minute news on developments in Japan read "This Just In" blog and don't miss 'AC360' tonight at 10 ET on CNN for live reports from Anderson Cooper, Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Soledad O'Brien.

Sendai, Japan (CNN) -- Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan said Tuesday the risk of further releases of radioactive material remains "very high," as crews struggle to contain an increasingly critical crisis at a damaged nuclear plant.

Radiation levels at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant have increased to "levels that can impact human health," and anyone within a 30-kilometer radius of the plant should remain indoors, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said soon after Kan spoke.

Nearly all of the plant's staff -- some 800 people -- have left, Edano said. Just 50 remain to carry out crucial cooling work.

"There is still a very high risk of further radioactive material coming out," the prime minister said, calling on people to remain calm. "We are making every effort possible so that no further explosion or no further leakage ... would happen."

Kan spoke as a new fire burned at the No. 4 reactor at the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in northeastern Japan.

An "explosive impact" occurred Tuesday morning at the No. 2 reactor, a day after a hydrogen explosion rocked another reactor, the plant's owner said. Pressure readings indicated some damage to the No. 2 reactor's suppression pool, a donut-shaped reservoir at the base of the reactor containment vessel.

An explosion in a building housing the No. 3 reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi plant injured 11 workers Monday. A similar explosion over the weekend occurred in the No. 1 reactor.
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Watching as their homes wash away

Edano said earlier Tuesday he could not rule out the possibility of a meltdown at the troubled reactors. While sea water was being pumped into the reactors in an effort to prevent further damage, "it cannot necessarily be called a stable situation," he said.

Meanwhile, rescue workers continued Tuesday to scour tangled and displaced piles of debris, searching for survivors.

Friday's 9.0-magnitude earthquake and the ensuing tsunami killed thousands, based on official and Japanese media reports, but an exact accounting of the disaster remains hidden beneath widespread damage that rescuers are only beginning to unearth.

The confirmed death toll, growing every few hours, reached 2,475 on Tuesday. The number of dead is expected to rise, as rescuers reach more hard-hit areas.

At least 3,118 people were still missing Tuesday, the National Police Agency said. Public broadcaster NHK reported that 450,000 people were living in shelters.

In Tokyo, many trains were not running or were severely delayed because of power outages.

Japanese public broadcaster NHK, citing police and disaster management officials, reported that 63,000 buildings had been damaged, and more than 6,000 of them had been obliterated.
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In Miyagi Prefecture, rescue workers sifted through mountains of debris as the hope for survivors appeared to dim.

In the Sendai area, where buildings were disintegrated by rushing water within seconds during the tsunami, a bizarre mix of sport-utility vehicles, cabinets, sofas, a taxi and a doll were heaped in a pile outside the remnants of a house.

Solemn residents waited in lines that stretched blocks for food, water and gas. Despite the devastation surrounding them, the crowds appeared calm and orderly, even as stores rationed what they would sell to individual people.

At a shelter in Sendai, a shell-shocked man who fled the tsunami would not let go of his 3-week-old infant. "I have to protect my children. I have to protect my children," he said.

Another survivor wiped away tears after someone she barely knew gave her food and water.

Cold weather has increased the hardship for disaster victims and rescuers. Rescuers report that some victims have been exposed to cold weather and water, in some cases for days. Conditions are expected to worsen, with temperatures forecast to drop below freezing by Wednesday across portions of the earthquake zone, accompanied by snow, heavy rain and the threat of mudslides.

About 15,000 people have been rescued, Kyodo News reported Monday, citing Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan. On Sunday, he called on people to pull together and face sacrifices during what he called the "toughest and most difficult crisis for Japan" since the end of World War II.
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Among the residents rescued was a woman carried into a shelter by a civil defense solider, NHK reported. After he gingerly set her down, the woman rose to her feet with some difficulty and bowed to the soldier, told him she was all right, bowed again and then collected herself to briefly tell her story, paraphrased by an NHK interpreter:

"She had been waiting for help all night outside. She had been washed away by the wave. ... The moment she opened the door of the house, the water flooded in. ... She grabbed hold of a tree and hung on, hung on for dear life with the water all around her. A ... floor mat floated by, and she grabbed it and held on to that."

As the woman spoke in Japanese, the interpreter's voice trembled in English: "Her daughter was washed away. She was washed away, and she has not found her."

The problem of trying to keep Japan's large, modern industrial economy running added to the difficulties facing the nation.

With the imperiled Fukushima plant offline, Tokyo Electric Power said it was expecting a shortfall of about 25 percent capacity, which necessitated blackouts. Up to 45 million people will be affected by the rolling outages, which will last until April 8.economic impact

Experts predict that the earthquake and tsunami will rank among the costliest natural disasters on record.

Japan's central bank announced plans Monday to inject 15 trillion yen ($186 billion) into the economy to reassure global investors of the stability of Japanese financial markets and banks.Add that to U.S debt buy out, and the Euro problems.

Still, Japanese markets dropped sharply Tuesday for a second day, falling more than 10 percent by noontime.

That was on top of a 6.2% drop Monday, the first full trading day after the quake, which also marked the largest single-day fall since September 2008 after the collapse of Lehman Brothers during the financial crisis.

A massive emergency response operation is under way in northern Japan, with world governments and international aid groups coming together to bring relief to the beleaguered island nation. Ninety-one countries and regions and six international organizations have offered assistance, according to the Japanese Foreign Affairs Ministry.

Friday's quake was the strongest in recorded history to hit Japan, according to U.S. Geological Survey records that date to 1900. The USGS revised the magnitude of the quake upward to 9.0 on Monday, from 8.9. The world's largest recorded quake took place in Chile on May 22, 1960, with a magnitude of 9.5, the agency said.


The red is my adding to the CNN report, all the bold is specific details to pay attention to.
Especially "We are making every effort possible so that no further explosion or no further leakage ...would happen"

Why would and not will? Why ... and not just one . or a ,

I am pretty sure if I was the 'owner' of a country I would do everything in my power to ensure another major incident WILL NOT happen. Including me being there supervising my countries efforts, to ensure the job gets done right.

If you add this with CNNs super fast, super legit interviews with 9/11 people and other disaster survivors, CNN just does not say would, and not will or try, or hope for the best. Would, implies that there is a at least considerable level of failure.

Would can also mean direct supervision, but with the staff of 50 people or a few more, no one can hope for the greatest outcome. Would in this sense to me, means nothing further than what they can expect for the worse.
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PostTue Mar 15, 2011 9:47 am » by Redwoodrick


I just saw a Japanese nuclear specialist on Al J trying to push the notion that this could be a healthy thing because small doses of radiation can stimulate your immune system and white blood cell count :o :bang; :nope:
I mean talk about spin :roll:
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PostTue Mar 15, 2011 9:54 am » by Mrmcnuggets


redwoodrick wrote:I just saw a Japanese nuclear specialist on Al J trying to push the notion that this could be a healthy thing because small doses of radiation can stimulate your immune system and white blood cell count :o :bang; :nope:
I mean talk about spin :roll:



Small doses are good for people, which is why army members who would be regularly around radiation build an immunity if you will.
Same sense that regular ingestion of Cocaine strengthens ones teeth and fingernails. I think its a tenth a gram a week for that little fun fact.Though cocaine is the only substance that will burn a hole through a steak, downwards, and if you put it in between two, upwards as well. And the only substance that sticks to the brain, but may indeed be the reason why Sherlock Holmes was so smart. :cheers: to responsibility.

Or maybe the evil reptilian doctor was implying they're trying to create a nuclear contaminated super species of humans :ohno: Image
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PostTue Mar 15, 2011 10:00 am » by Boundlessearth


1200 Millisievert recording.. heading out.. but uhhm yummmy radiation, microwaves good :yell: :help: :owned:
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PostTue Mar 15, 2011 10:02 am » by Marcydare


Hey , maybe the should hand out
Mercury drinks with the Radiation ?
they could improve our W/C count
and give our brains nourishment !

And kill all us birds with two stones.

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PostTue Mar 15, 2011 10:03 am » by Mrmcnuggets


boundlessearth wrote:1200 Millisievert recording


Is this the current radiation level? Also, I have not really looked into radiation, or nuclear anything, I never wanted much to do with any of it. What dangers are there at this level at just being exposed and living in a house with that much in the air above? What was the level after Chernobyl happened?

And you don't have to worry about trying to dodge any stones, its the chem trails you gotta look out for Image
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PostTue Mar 15, 2011 10:05 am » by Boundlessearth


Hey no worries they say reactor 4's pool is full of years and years of spent fuel.. However according to the Japanese girl we can just brush it off when we come inside, I feel so much better now! :mrcool:
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PostTue Mar 15, 2011 10:13 am » by Mrmcnuggets


In case of the fall out, anyone with the know how to get this information might provide use full because if the worse happens I do not suppose the Media will be honest with the maximum effect at all.

Wind patterns and realistic time it would take to cover the U.S/other large continents once the radiation arrives on its land.
What there would be left for available food sources other than packaged foods. (plants, animals, fish?)
What materials to wear and not wear, in the case of acid rain falling on ones self one would want to be wearing the most resistant clothing possible if no hazard suit is available.
new edit, some answers about effects on U.S and area. http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/03/ ... 64x614.jpg

I really wouldn't try to set up a 'surviving gathering place' unless one had ultimate funds, in a realistic sense it would be easier for families to be responsible and stick together for survival.

Also, for the U.S. What exactly is the governments plan if a large scale radiation cloud came this way? Based on this video which is mostly about terrorism, it is the governments general plan for Martial Law. Yet the problem with this bill is HALF OF WHAT WE NEED TO KNOW IS CLASSIFIED!!!!!! :bang; :bang;


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PostTue Mar 15, 2011 10:30 am » by Mrmcnuggets


http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/03/ ... 64x678.jpg

I'd post it direct, but then i'd have to resize, yada yada, and then you can't tell whats going on in the picture.

America on radiation alert: Japan faces world's worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl as experts warn fallout may reach U.S.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... ds-newsxml

13 minutes ago.


I think we all better start thinking like the Ostriches :help: .

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PostTue Mar 15, 2011 10:55 am » by Redwoodrick


They are recommending that Japanese 30 km "brush off their clothes and hair" when the go indoors. :roll:
Well now that I know radiation is a little good for yo I think I will get some chemo this weekend after hitting the gym... :dunno:
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