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DECLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS SHOW US GOVERNMENT MISLED PUBLIC ABOUT SEVERITY OF FUKUSHIMA RADIATION

I vaguely remember not long after the whole thing began to unfold Dr. Michio Kaku saying something to the effect that if the unit four spent fuel pool went they may have to evacuate the entire northern hemisphere, and now we have this revelation....

 

"Within a week of the Fukushima accident in 2011, U.S. authorities knew that parts of Fukushima had melted down completely, and instead of telling the public, they insisted radiation levels were safe and changed the 'acceptable radiation levels'. The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission wrote a report on March 18, 2011 (only one week after the tsunami hit Fukushima) which has now been declassified.

 

The report says:

The source term provided to NARAC was: (1) 25% of the total fuel in unit 2 released to the atmosphere, (2) 50% of the total spent fuel from unit 3 was released to the atmosphere, and (3) 100% of the total spent fuel was released to the atmosphere from unit 4.

Unit 4 released more cesium than if 800 nuclear bombs exploded above ground."

 

http://alternativefreepress.com/declassified-documents-show-us-gove...

 

Perfect.

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Danny White said:

I wonder if the botched response by TEPCO was a deliberate payback for the US using HAARP on them.

So the hyped removal of fuel was just a movie, like 9/11, etc. Looking at that building before they

dismantled the top floor, it is obvious it was vitrified from the intense heat and radiation. 

How close is your nearest pile of thousands of tons of 1000+ deadly radionuclides?

How many are upwind? How long before the next 40 or 50 year old derelict death machine

loses its cool?

Every day more of the 70 years worth of this crap is discovered, buried illegal by the military and industry.

Every day your dose increases.

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