Sep 5, 2013 – Nanotechnology … It addresses the problem, scope, and solutions for the Fukushima disaster — “The … If I understand correctly from previous research, the purpose for this is to keep the thyroid populated with good iodine, …
Patrick flanagan (tesla ii) says he knows how to neutralize fukushimaDecember 30th, 2013 | Posted by spoadmin in Solution
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Significant advances have been made in the field of nanotechnology. For example, new developments enable the clumping and gathering of radioactive materials such that contaminated water can be filtered, reduced, and contained in smaller quantities.
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- BBC Wrong on Fukushima, Again March 16, 2016via Goddard’s Journal / Published March 11, 2016: Response to: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-35… Expanded upon here: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-35… Dose-rate conversion: http://www.translatorscafe.com/cafe/E… ” 2.8 microsievert/hour = 24.5448 millisievert/year ” Study cited @ 1:40 re regional natural background dose rate of 0.05 uSv/y Malins et al (2016). Evaluation of ambient dose equivalent rates influenced by vertical and horizontal distribution of […]
- Radiation so High at Fukushima, TEPCO’s Robots can’t Survive March 16, 2016via AnonHQ.com / March 14, 2016 / Radiation in Fukushima was so bad, they couldn’t afford to send people into some places. It turns out, the radiation was so high that even the chrome-domed replacements didn’t fare much better. “It is extremely difficult to access the inside of the nuclear plant,” Naohiro Masuda, TEPCO’s head of decommissioning […]
- Fukushima 5 Years Later: “The Fuel Rods Melted Through Containment And Nobody Knows Where They Are Now” March 14, 2016via Zero Hedge / Today (March 11, 2016), Japan marks the fifth anniversary of the tragic and catastrophic meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear plant. On March 11, 2011, a massive earthquake and tsunami hit the northeast coast of Japan, killing 20,000 people. Another 160,000 then fled the radiation in Fukushima. It was the world’s worst […]
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