Friday, April 1, 2011

Chris Martenson's Analysis of the Fukushima Plant

This is a must read analysis available at Zerohedge.
http://www.zerohedge.com/article/chris-martenson-exclusive-new-photos-fukushima-reactors

He has some important conclusions he and his "expert" sources have concluded:


"The detected presence of neutron beams, I-134, and radioactive chlorine are all strongly supportive of the idea that criticality has resumed. Our best guess is that these are localized pockets, probably of short duration, and do not involve the entire core mass of any particular reactor conflagrating in some gigantic, greenish blob of uncontrolled fission....

"...It has been my suspicion, which contradicts the official story, that the concrete containment vessel was what actually blew up in reactor #3 and I have been looking for evidence of in the form of large, heavy chunks of concrete (especially the refueling plug) lying about. I don't know what made this hole in the roof of the turbine building, but it was heavy...

"Reactor #4 provides us with proof that serious damage can result from the effects of an overheated spent fuel storage pool...

"...The efforts at Fukushima are probably weeks away from even basic stabilization and we are years away from any sort of a final resolution. This crisis is going to be with all of us for a very long time. Radiation will continue to escape from the complex into the environment for weeks at best, months or years at worst. The chief concern here is that things might still take a turn for the worse whereby radiation spikes to levels that prevent humans from getting close enough to perform meaningful operations and work on the site.


MEANWHILE THE NEWS REPORTS ON LOCALIZED CRITICALITY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRoIpMNTbcQ

AND AS THE RADIATION PERMEATES THE WORLD, WE LEARN OF CONTAMINATION OUTSIDE OF JAPAN EXCEEDING "SAFE LEVELS"
as reported by Washington's Blog http://washingtonsblog.com/ Thursday, March 31, 2011 EPA: Radioactive Iodine Exceeding Maximum Contaminant Levels for Drinking Water Found in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts ... But It's Safe

http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2011/03/government-responds-to-nuclear-accident.html
Washington's Blog previously reported that the Japanese and US Governments are in the process of changing their levels of SAFE radiation exposure

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