[ RadSafe ] Ongoing Criticalities Inside Leaking Fukushima DaiichiUnit 2
C.Busby at ulster.ac.uk
Sun May 1 14:04:33 CDT 2011
What is there to say? I said on TV at the beginning, and have said since, there is ongoing fission. There were nuclear explosions. The isotope ratios will show this. The I-131 proves this. A report to the Japanese Prime Minister said that the current daily fission releases were 1 x ten to the fourteen and I put this out on Russia Today. This will continue to contaminate the locaL and global environment. Radioactivity is increasing in USA and Europe. Uranium and Plutonium paricuicles are contaminating the air and rae being measured. There will be hundreds of thousands of cnacer deaths in Japan and they should evacuate out to 200m. It is a global problem and should be addressed by the UN though the IAEA instead of covering up. I have been correct from the beginning, as events have proven. They are considering bombing the reactors into the sea it has got so bad. Those who are talking this down will end up in court.
From: radsafe-bounces at agni.phys.iit.edu on behalf of Ahmad Al-Ani
Sent: Sun 01/05/2011 12:20
To: radsafe at agni.phys.iit.edu
Subject: [ RadSafe ] Ongoing Criticalities Inside Leaking Fukushima DaiichiUnit 2
TEPCO Data Shows Ongoing Criticalities Inside Leaking Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2
April 28, 2011
Analysis by: GLG Expert Contributor
Data released on April 28, 2011 by TEPCO is now unequivocal in showing ongoing criticalities at Unit 2, with a peak on April 13. TEPCO graphs of radioactivity-versus-time in water under each of the six reactors show an ongoing nuclear chain reaction creating high levels of "fresh" I-131 in Unit 2, the same reactor pressure vessel (RPV) with a leak path to reactor floor, aux building, and outdoor trenches, that is uncontrollably leaking high levels of I-131, Cs-134, Cs-137 into the Pacific Ocean.
Can the experts on the RADSAFE list comment on this analysis, please.
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