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Below are CLG’s summaries of recent articles relating to the nuclear contamination of our planet, thanks to Truman, Oppenheimer and Ike, who pursued development of this planet killer:
Still no mainstream media coverage, and this is why NSAssociate Google will not allow the delivery of the CLG Newsetter: Outdoor radiation levels have reached their highest at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant, warns the operator company. Radiation found in an area near a steel pipe that connects reactor buildings could kill an exposed person in 20 minutes, local media reported. The plant’s operator and the utility responsible for the ‘clean-up,’ Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), detected record radiation levels on a duct which connects reactor buildings and the 120 meter tall ventilation pipe located outside on Friday. TEPCO measured radiation at eight locations around the pipe with the highest estimated at two locations – 25 Sieverts per hour and about 15 Sieverts per hour, the company said. This is the highest level ever detected outside the reactor buildings, according to local broadcaster NHK.
6 in Mexico may have radiation exposure
08 Dec 2013
Federal police blocked access Friday to a central Mexico hospital where six people were reported to have been admitted with radiation exposure. An official familiar with the case confirmed Mexican media reports that the six have been admitted to the general hospital in the city of Pachuca and may have been exposed to a stolen source of highly radioactive cobalt-60. The official said only one person so far was dizzy and vomiting, symptoms of severe radiation poisoning.
Looking for today’s CLG Newsletter? If you use Gmail as your email provider, please go to your spam bin to retrieve today’s CLG Newsletter. Perhaps Google did not like the subject line: ‘Radiation 36,000 times permissible level found in water at Fukushima plant.’ STILL, so sick of the censorship…
The operator of the disaster-hit Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant said on Dec. 2 that it has detected radioactive materials that topped 36,000 times the permissible level in underground water extracted in the area. According to plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO), strontium-90 and other radioactive substances that emit beta rays were detected at a level of 1.1 million becquerels per liter in underground water pumped up from an observatory well on Nov. 28. The well is located at a sea bank east of the No. 2 reactor, about 40 meters from the ocean.
Six people showing signs of radiation exposure were hospitalized in central Mexico on Friday, government officials said, two days after a stolen truck carrying radioactive waste was found abandoned in the area, its potentially lethal contents disturbed. The authorities said the six are suspects in the robbery and are being detained. There was enough material in the waste shipment to deliver a dose within minutes that would cause illness within a day or two, and with a few hours of exposure, a dose that would be lethal.
Stolen Radioactive Material Found in Field
06 Dec 2013
The health of a family in rural Mexico is being monitored after they pick up 60g of cobalt-60 – enough to make a dirty bomb. A stolen shipment of highly radioactive cobalt-60 has been found abandoned in a field in Mexico. A family took the opened medical device containing the radioactive material into their home after finding it in central Mexico state…Federal police blocked access Friday to a central Mexico hospital where six people were reported to have been admitted with radiation exposure.
Storage tanks at the Fukushima nuclear plant like one that spilled almost 80,000 gallons of radioactive water this year were built in part by workers illegally hired in one of the poorest corners of Japan, say labor regulators and some of those involved in the work. The Okinawa crew was recruited by Token Kogyo, an unregistered broker, and passed on to work at the Fukushima plant under the direction of Tec, a larger contractor which reported to construction firm Taisei Corp, records show. In September, Okinawa labor regulators sanctioned Token Kogyo after investigating a complaint by Uechi and concluding the broker improperly sent workers to Fukushima, said an official with knowledge of the order, which was not made public.
Water containing tritium will keep rising, topping 700,000 tons in two years. The head of an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) mission in Japan monitoring the decommissioning process at the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station said Wednesday that discharging contaminated radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean might be an option for the plant’s operator. The embattled utility firm, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), is struggling to contain massive influxes of contaminated water on a daily basis and must now weigh the risks of dumping excess radioactive water into the adjacent Pacific Ocean. Shunichi Tanaka, chairman of Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority, highlighted the fact that..the amount of water containing tritium will keep rising, topping 700,000 tons in two years.
Rady Ananda is the creator of Food Freedom News and COTO Report, Rady Ananda’s work has appeared in several online and print publications, including four books. With a B.S. in Natural Resources from Ohio State University’s School of Agriculture, Rady tweets @geobear7 and @RadysRant.
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