Tuesday, April 12, 2011

NUCLEAR JAPAN


In Japan, plutonium is created as a by-product of the nuclear energy industry.

In 1995, Japan was reported to have 4.7 tons of plutonium, enough for around 700 nuclear warheads.

Japan has a uranium enrichment plant which could be used to make highly enriched uranium suitable for weapon use.

Japan has developed the M-V three-stage solid fuel rocket, similar in design to the U.S. LGM-118A Peacekeeper ICBM, which could serve as a delivery vehicle for nuclear weapons. (Japanese nuclear weapon program - Wikipedia)

Note the following:

(1) Secret Weapons Program Inside Fukushima Nuclear Plants?

(2) "Like Israel, Japan is a "secret" nuclear power."


Japan has raised the severity level of its Fukushima nuclear crisis to the maximum seven.

This is the same level as Chernobyl. (Japan raises nuclear crisis to same level as Chernobyl)

The 2009 report, "Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment", published by the New York Academy of Sciences, estimates the number of deaths attributable to the Chernobyl meltdown at about 980,000. (Nuclear apologists mislead the world over radiation)

FT guide to radiation

To measure radiation, scientists use the unit known as the sievert (Sv) – divided into thousandths (millisieverts or mSv) and millionths (microsieverts or ┬ÁSv).

The figures below show typical exposure levels and their effects:

2 mSv per year - typical background exposure from the environment (actual level depends on altitude, natural radioactivity of local rocks, etc)

2.4 mSv per year - average dose to US nuclear industry workers

9 mSv per year - exposure to airline crew flying regularly between New York and Tokyo

20 mSv per year - current limit (averaged) for nuclear industry employees and uranium miners

100 mSv per year - lowest level at which any increase in cancer risk is clearly evident

(The US National Academy of Sciences BEIR VII report has concluded, no dose of radiation is safe.)

1000 mSv (1 sievert) cumulative - estimated to cause a fatal cancer many years later in 5 out of every 100 people exposed to it

1,000 mSv (1 sievert) single dose - temporary radiation sickness - not fatal

5,000 mSv (5 sieverts) single dose - fatal within a month to half of those who receive it

10,000 mSv (10 sieverts) single dose - fatal within weeks

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15 comments:

Penny said...

Hey aangirfan:

I am completely of the mind that Japan has nuclear weapons.

They may be on the American bases, or not.
But they are there.
How many?
Unknown.

There was news that had erupted in Japan ( a few years back) about secret documents coming to light, agreements between the US and Japan on nukes.

Right after the story broke a certain Japanese diplomat was selected in an unusual manner to head the IAEA, after ElBaradei (who went off to foment a revolution in Egypt)
Conveniently with this fellow in place the news of Japanese nuclear weapons went goodbye and you can bet your bottom dollar we will not hear about it again, on the msm.

Cripes there is even a Lee Harvey Oswald connection to the whole Japanese nukes saga at Atsugi airbase!!!

How is it that reality is stranger by far then fiction?

PS: blogger is regularly eating my comments, fortunately I had cut and paste this one..
You noticing that problem?

Anon said...

YES, some comments disappear! AND, Blogger no longer works if I use "compose" mode rather then "Edit HTML" mode. So blogs take ages to write. Thousands of other bloggers have had the same problem, and nothing is being done about it.

- Aangirfan

Penny said...

Hey Aangirfan, thanks for the link over!

As for the compose mode vs html don't get me started on that...

Anonymous said...

@ Penny:

Jeff Rense spoke about it with Yoichi Shimatsu

http://rense.gsradio.net:8080/rense
/special/rense_Shimatsu_041111.mp3

dublinmick said...

Yes they do, glad to see someone else point this out.

http://dublinmick.wordpress.com/2011/04/07/yoichi-shimatsu-nukes-inside-fukushima-new-7-4-earthquake-tsunami-warning-2/

http://www5.ocn.ne.jp/~magi9/isracame.htm

dublinmick said...

To simply a bit Ivan the Terrible, Alexander and Genghis Khan warred against the Khazar empire and many of them took the silk road ending up in Japan where they subdued the the Ainu, original owners and the mainline Buddhists. You are indeed a truthteller aangirfan.

That is why all the crazy talk about haarping Japan is simply a diversion.

http://dublinmick.wordpress.com/2011/03/22/alexander-the-great-and-genghis-khan-war-against-the-khazar-empire-and-force-into-japan-and-poland/

http://dublinmick.wordpress.com/2011/03/25/genghis-khan-emperor-of-all-emperors/

http://dublinmick.wordpress.com/2011/03/31/tsar-ivan-the-terrible-worlds-hidden-history/

For all practical purposes Japan is Israel.

http://www5.ocn.ne.jp/~magi9/isracame.htm

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24275

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_nuclear_weapon_program

dublinmick said...

I am going to link you too on my blog. I hope that doesn't embarrass you too much. I may have to do another story on this one as more info is surfacing.

Citizenfitz said...

Call me a cynic but I'm googling lots of "Worse than Chernobyl" articles. If the Japanese government is now admitting things are as bad as Chernobyl, that tells me things are really worse than Chernobyl.

dublinmick said...

http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2011/04/jews-and-japanese-imperialism/

nina said...

Where there is one, there are many.

John Friend said...

Have you guys seen this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGvLXFhs7QI&feature=player_embedded

su said...

at least the bullying of Iran over 'their' nuclear plants is on hold.

interesting if Iran and Iraq know about this and how they could possibly play it......

Noor al Haqiqa said...

Have you tried another way to work? I just post my final work in Blogger. I prefer to work in Microsoft Word. Then I post it and add the images, all ready to go. A few aesthetic tweaks may be necessary but that is all. This way I also keep a copy of the work in my own pc "just in case".

Just sayin...

This article is dynamite... I hope you do not mind... it goes up before I hit the pillows, I hope.

Thanks as always.

arthur zbygniew said...

More on dosimetry and measuring radioactivity: radioactivity: dosimetry + fukushima links.

Penny said...

anonymous 12:42 am

thanks for leaving the link I did listen to it, a few times actually.

Went to read up on that ocean current he referred to.

Can it get any worse?
I mean really?

 
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