Nuclear Explosion - Japan

- -  Japan Earthquake: before and after  photos  Read/ see full article/ photos

Sun Mar 13, 2011 3:00pm AEDT

Aerial photos taken over Japan have revealed the scale of devastation across dozens of suburbs and tens of thousands of homes and businesses.

Hover over each satellite photo to view the devastation caused by the earthquake and tsunami.    Development: Andrew Kesper    Source: Google

- - Iodine cheap & abundant in seaweed   Precaution if exposed to radiation

- - Japan - Exploded Nuclear Plant Uses MOX Fuel not Uranium! What is that? Just 2 MILLION Times WORSE than Uranium or Chernobyl's Meltdown! MUST READ and WATCH I was just listening to FOX news and they were talking to a Nuclear Expert as soon as he began saying Reactor 3 which had just exploded has different fuel and about to explain it, she totally cut him off and said there was no more time to talk to him.  Wow - they are trying to keep this information about MOX fuel from getting out! 

When An Ill Wind Blows From Afar!  (Like From Japan, Iran, or North Korea)  (This is a good article on protecting yourself, but the first article says taking iodine won't help with MOX)

Potassium Iodide (KI)    What is Potassium Iodide (KI)?

Potassium iodide (also called KI) is a salt of stable (not radioactive) iodine. Stable iodine is an important chemical needed by the body to make thyroid hormones. Most of the stable iodine in our bodies comes from the food we eat. KI is stable iodine in a medicine form. This fact sheet from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) gives you some basic information about KI. It explains what you should think about before you or a family member takes KI.

What does KI do?

Following a radiological or nuclear event, radioactive iodine may be released into the air and then be breathed into the lungs.  Read full article

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Radiation Network
( the map refreshes every few minutes, you might want to add it to favorites)

Total of Seven Japanese Reactors now face Coolant Problems, Core Damage Possible at Two

Japanese officials suspect core damage in two reactors at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant following a catastrophic earthquake and tsunami that knocked out backup power to the plant's coolant systems.

Japan Declares State of Emergency on Another Nuclear Power Plant as it Preps for another Meltdown  The aftermath of the earthquake & tsunami has left Japan in a state of emergency as over 6 million households are now without power (With Japan in dire straights, financially, they let the 40 year old reactor continue to operate.)

Nuclear Plant Designer Says Japanese Government Suppressing Scale of Crisis (with video)

There was a severe risk of an explosion, with radioactive material being strewn over a very wide area – beyond the 20km evacuation zone set up by the authorities – he added.

CBC Reports On Possible Radioactive Fallout Hitting BC Canada


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 Japan - Nuclear MOX Fuel - Google Search

1. Plutonium threat at Japan reactor, expert warns | Cutting Edge ...

"6 posts - 5 authors - Last post: yesterdayThe Fukushima facility began using MOX fuel last September, becoming the third plant in Japan to do so. The nuclear crisis began when the ..."

2. Japan - Exploded Nuclear Plant Uses MOX Fuel - Sherrie Questioning All

"13 Mar 2011 ... Japan - Exploded Nuclear Plant Uses MOX Fuel - Not Uranium! What is that? Just 2 MILLION Times WORSE than Uranium or Chernobyl's Meltdown! ..."

3. Japan's Mox Program - Japan's Nuclear Power Program

"Part of Japan's nuclear policy is to implement the MOX utilization program; that is, to irradiate MOX fuel in conventional light water reactors (LWRs). ..."

4. Japan's Mox Program: Mox Fuel Use in Other Countries

"In a nuclear power plant's reactor core, uranium 238 absorbs neutrons and ..."


"Agreement of the US-Japan Agreement for Cooperation Concerning Peaceful ..."

6. MOX fuel rods used in Japanese Nuclear Reactor present multiple ...

"15 Mar 2011 ... The mixed oxide fuel rods used in the compromised number three reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi complex contain enough plutonium to threaten ..."

7. Japan nuclear plant faces new threat | World news |

"13 Mar 2011 ... "Plutonium Mox fuel increases the risk of nuclear accident due the neutronic effects of ... Japan's nuclear crisis: the causes and the risks ..."

8. Japan - Exploded Nuclear Plant Uses MOX Fuel - Not Uranium!

"50 posts - 30 authors - Last post: 2 days agoFull title: Japan - Exploded Nuclear Plant Uses MOX Fuel - Not Uranium! What is that? Just 2 MILLION Times WORSE than Uranium or Chernobyl's ..."

9. Japan Nuclear Fuel to start building MOX fuel plant next week ...

"Japan Nuclear Fuel Ltd said Friday it will begin the construction next Thursday of a plant to produce plutonium-uranium mixed…"

10. YouTube - Fukushima #3 Super Fuel ( MOX ALERT ) Japan Nuclear Crisis

"16 Mar 2011 ... OK....ready? Here we go folks: Chernobyl x's 10! japan's deadly mox (plutonium, D.U) fuel reactors, fallout to hit N.A. ..."

11. The Deadly MOX Fuel Story In Japan's Reactors

"14 Mar 2011 ... Japan's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency has so far approved the use of MOX fuel in ten reactors, but utilities must also secure ..."

12. MOX, the Toxic Fuel Inside Japan's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant ...

"15 Mar 2011 ... Several of Fukushima Daiichi reactors are spewing radioactive material, but just one contains the even more toxic MOX fuel."

13. Japan - Exploded Nuclear Plant Uses MOX Fuel - Not Uranium! What ...

"13 Mar 2011 ... Today's topic: Japan - Exploded Nuclear Plant Uses MOX Fuel - Not Uranium! What is that? By: Tony Altit Hello everyone, my topic today was ..."

14. Mixed Oxide Fuel (MOX) - World Nuclear Association

"Mixed Oxide Fuel, MOX, the production of nuclear fuel from reprocessed plutonium ... Japan also plans to use MOX in one third of its reactors in the near ..."

15. Possible Fukushima Nuclear Fallout Projections For the U.S, MOX ...

"12 Mar 2011 ... What is Mox fuel and how much stronger is it then normal uranium? According to World Nuclear News, in August 2010 Japan loaded Mox fuel into ..."

16. Japan starts using MOX fuel - World Nuclear News

"Japan starts using MOX fuel. 05 November 2009. Unit 3 of the Genkai nuclear power plant was scheduled to be restarted today having been partly loaded with ..."

17. MOX fuel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Reprocessing of commercial nuclear fuel to make MOX is done in the United Kingdom and France, and to a lesser extent in Russia, India and Japan. ..."

18. Japan - Exploded Nuclear Plant Uses MOX Fuel - Not Uranium! What ...

"14 Mar 2011 ... Japan - Exploded Nuclear Plant Uses MOX Fuel - Not Uranium! What is that? Just 2 MILLION Times WORSE than Uranium ..."

19. Japan - Exploded Nuclear Plant Uses MOX Fuel - Not Uranium?

"8 posts - 2 authors There's lots of !!!!! at the beginning of the article. I'd skip that and read the mox info a little ..."

20. Japan: MOX fuel provides electricity for the 2nd time - AREVA

"Japan: MOX fuel provides electricity for the 2nd time. RECYCLAGE / MELOX. March 04, 2010. The Ikata nuclear plant, operated by Japanese electric power ..."

Elden has no interest in main stream, it is a distraction

Those who can read, think and type can know a deeper reality.


 - - To associates in Japan:

Is it possible, please, for you to put out a call to everyone to find a way to have independent ionizing radiation measurements performed in the waters off the northern Japan coast, as near as possible to the epicenter, to learn whether a nuclear device may have been used to cause, or exacerbate the quake and tsunami?

Once there have been many Fukushima manmade releases, and particularly if there is a meltdown, there may then be no way to distinguish between the radiation from the power plant and that from a preplanted, undersea nuclear device. 

It is extremely urgent that someone, or many people, with radiation measurement capacities be aided to take water samples from the northern shore for prospective radiospectrometry, and more importantly, to have someone on a ship or boat take water and air samples OFFSHORE for such testing. 

It may be our last chance to learn the truth. Someone I know claims with certainty (inside knowledge) that the large Indonesia tsunami was caused by a nuclear device in the Indian Ocean.  It is entirely plausible the same occurred to Japan. Therefore the northern offshore ocean water must be tested immediately in multiple locations, before testing capacity is lost by way of Fukushima contamination. Ideally this would be performed with radiospectrometry, which might allow confirmed distinction between power plant releases and a nuclear explosive in the water.

 (If You have any friends or contacts in Japan, please forward this to them)

 Tina writes:

For those who may be interested: the following link provided the figures stated below and sounded about right from memory; (link wouldn't work for me)
Resulting effects of radiation on the body. 
One way to measure radiation is in Rads. The lethal dose for 50% of the exposed population for humans is 400 Rads. Here are some short-term effects of different doses of radiation: 
0-25 Rads - No apparent short-term effects. 
25-100 Rads - Blood changes are noticeable. 
100-200 Rads - Some toxic symptoms of weakness, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, and infection. Hair loss, skin spots, hemorrhaging, and some instances of heart failure may also occur. 
200-450 Rads - Symptoms are the same as the previous exposure level, except that they are more extreme. Will prove fatal to 25-50% of those exposed. 
450-600 Rads - Symptoms of previous level only even more sever and sooner. Illnesses include mouth, throat and skin hemorrhages. Will prover fatal for 50-75% of those exposed. 
600-800 Rads - Previous symptoms plus circulatory and nervous system failure. 
Medications can control some of the symptoms and make the patient more comfortable, but can't defy the inevitable. 100% of those exposed will die.