Thank-you Irene. I so appreciate your good scientific sense.
On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 2:50 PM, Irene de Villiers
> On Apr 4, 2011, at 2:30 PM, Shannon Nelson wrote:
> (or is it a forward...it is not clear which? It came with somethig else)
> >> Also breaking today: Japan is release 2.4 million gallons of
> >> radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean.
> So far is half truth. It is radioactive to a very small extent.
> The rest is hype:
> >> And this level of release is going to happen again and again as
> >> more radioactive water keeps being produced there.
> According to what evidence?
> >> The mass irradiation of the Pacific Ocean has begun.
> More hype.
> Let's look at the facts instead?
> Japan has a dire disaster involving four badly broken/damaged nuclear
> plants. They have worked tirelessly to restore cooling to nuclear
> fuel and nuclear waste rods to prevent a nuclear explosion of any of
> these and have managed to do that... thankfully for us in USA (and we
> seem to be being inordinately selfish and thinking only of the hype
> about USA irradiation and there is little sympathy for Japan tat I
> can detect or that is recorded compared to say Haiti's disaster) as
> if that happened we WOULD experience radiation in USA. meantime we do
> But there is bad damage still to handle, and the way to handle it has
> to e devised as the problems are uncovered. It is a developing story
> with lots of daily update facts for anyone who wants to follow the
> facts rather than the hype that has become so poplar in USA.
> Here is where to follow it for factual info:
> >> Your government is lying to you about this entire story,
> It is not; See the link above.
> What happens - as it happens - is reported there daily, and has been
> since 11 March for all to see.
> Here's the true water story; it has two parts:
> Part One - or problem one:
> The Turbine building of Unit 2 has been found to have a leak which is
> allowing radioactive water to leak out to the sea. All efforts are
> being made to seal of this leak. The leak is taking a route to the
> sea using tunnels and channels that were put there for getting sea
> water to the reactors for cooling,
> They started pouring concrete to stop the leak (Apr 2nd) but it did
> not work. Apr 3rd they injected polymer to attempt to stop the
> leakage. So far it is not working. Also there are 3 more added
> monitoring places added to the system, 15 Km away. So it is serious
> and needs to be fixed, and they will work at it to fix it.
> Part Two - or problem two:
> The tsunami has caused a lot of highly radioactive water to be
> collected in the plants that needs somewhere to go for storage. There
> is nowhere available. The option they chose as an emergency measure,
> is to pump out 10,000 gallons from a LOW level radiation treatment
> pool, to the sea, in order to have a working place to accommodate the
> HIGH level radioactive water. The Japanese govt has okayed this
> plan. This plan has yet to be implemented, (as of 7.00 UTC time) and
> IAEA has asked for more information about it.
> >> and now the EPA is about to raise the "allowable" levels of
> >> iodine-131 radiation by thousands of times in order to be able to
> >> declare the coming radioactive fallout to be completely "safe."
> What a lot of hot air.
> Firstly there is no "thousands of times" of any kind of radiation
> getting to USA from Japan by sea. It's physically impossible, due to
> half life of Iodine and heavy metal nature of Cs and Pu.
> If EPS is raising what they call safe, (and I take nothing as valid
> from people who invent hype here; it needs to be checked out) it
> will be due to a REAL risk - such as the potential risk to USA plants
> from a potential Richer 9 earthquake/tsunami off WA or CA coast
> affecting USA nuclear plants - or some other USA earthquake of large
> >> The way to protect America from radioactive fallout,
> There is not going to be any from Japan.
> Whoever wrote this knows no physical chemistry.
> There MAY one day be some in USA due to a LOCAL nuclear disaster.
> >> Seriously: I couldn't make this stuff up.
> I see no truth in it anywhere, and none of it is verifiable. In fact,
> just the opposite is verifiable.
> If anything is being "hidden" from USA residents it is the danger
> from OUR nuclear plants in an earthquake. THAT may need increased
> "safe" levels.
> >> The level of insanity that has infected the minds
> or of those writing hype like this?
> Surely the true facts are bad enough - at least fro Japan.
> We should be supporting efforts to clean that up - for the Japanese
> victims, and for food grown there - not inventing excuses for panic
> for nonexistent events or events that can not affect USA.
> >> of those running our state and national governments has become
> >> intolerable. We are living through a circus of criminality at
> >> every level among the so-called "leaders" who claim to be running
> >> our country. Their actions put hundreds of millions of people at
> >> risk in North America alone...
> Wow, If I need someone to write somehhype for me, I know where to get
> No facts - all hype. Facts are easy to find, just were not sought
> >> We will be covering this breaking news in an upcoming feature
> >> story on NaturalNews.com.
> I'll be watching the facts instead thanks - at the link provided.
> Irene de Villiers, B.Sc AASCA MCSSA D.I.Hom/D.Vet.Hom.
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