[ RadSafe ] Claim by Japanese Professor - West Coast of North America to be Slammed by 2016 with 80% As Much Fukushima Radiation As Japan
Mattias.Lantz at physics.uu.se
Thu Jun 11 07:42:23 CDT 2015
Ayoyama is bona fide. Of course Enenews and other actors do not quote
all he is saying:
"Even if all the 800 tera bq Cs-137 have arrived, the radiation levels
will stay at relatively low level that aren't expected to harm human
health," said Aoyama.
Some other information from Ayoyama, this one is good:
Here is his presentation from the IAEA meeting:
Related to this, Ken Buesseler and colleagues from WHOI have estimated
that the Cs-137 activity now along the American West coast of 1-2 Bq per
cubic meter may rise to about 10 Bq per cubic meter.
Mattias Lantz - Researcher, PhD
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Division of Applied Nuclear Physics
Uppsala University, Box 516
SE - 751 20, Uppsala, Sweden
email: mattias.lantz at physics.uu.se
On 06/11/2015 03:23 PM, Roger Helbig wrote:
> Does this professor have any credibility or are they just someone
> like Busby who is an activist (or professional fear monger)?
> Roger Helbig
> Does anyone know who this coward DunRenard is - they have a YouTube
> channel, but seem to be unwilling to tell you who they are or what
> their "qualifications" are.
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> Date: Wed, Jun 10, 2015 at 11:22 PM
> Subject: [New post] West Coast of North America to be Slammed by 2016
> with 80% As Much Fukushima Radiation As Japan
> To: rwhelbig at gmail.com
> dunrenard posted: "A professor from Japan’s Fukushima University
> Institute of Environmental Radioactivity (Michio Aoyama) told Kyodo in
> April that the West Coast of North America will be hit with around 800
> terabecquerels of Cesium- 137 by 2016. EneNews notes that this i"
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> West Coast of North America to be Slammed by 2016 with 80% As Much
> Fukushima Radiation As Japan
> by dunrenard
> A professor from Japan’s Fukushima University Institute of
> Environmental Radioactivity (Michio Aoyama) told Kyodo in April that
> the West Coast of North America will be hit with around 800
> terabecquerels of Cesium- 137 by 2016.
> EneNews notes that this is 80% of the cesium-137 deposited in Japan by
> Fukushima, according to the company which runs Fukushima, Tepco:
> (a petabequeral or “PBq” equals 1,000 terabecquerels.)
> This is not news for those who have been paying attention. For
> example, we noted 2 days after the 2011 Japanese earthquake and
> tsunami that the West Coast of North America could be slammed with
> radiation from Fukushima.
> We pointed out the next year that a previously-secret 1955 U.S.
> government report concluded that the ocean may not adequately dilute
> radiation from nuclear accidents, and there could be “pockets” and
> “streams” of highly-concentrated radiation.
> The same year, we noted that 15 out of 15 bluefin tuna tested in
> California waters were contaminated with Fukushima radiation.
> In 2013, we warned that the West Coast of North America would be hit
> hard by Fukushima radiation.
> And we’ve noted for years that there is no real testing of Fukushima
> radiation by any government agency.
> Indeed, scientists say that the amount of the West Coast of North
> America could end up exceeding that off the Japanese coast.
> What’s the worst case scenario? That the mass die-off of sealife off
> the West Coast of North America – which may have started only a couple
> of months after the Fukushima melt-down – is being caused by radiation
> from Fukushima.
> Source: Washington's blog
> dunrenard | June 11, 2015 at 6:22 am | Tags: Fukushima Daiichi |
> Categories: Japan | URL: http://wp.me/phgse-jHl
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