Highly radioactive ‘glass’ rained on Tokyo — Fukushima nuclear fuel with 500 Trillion Bq/kg found — “Significant consequences for human health” — Scientists: This changes understanding of disaster… Extreme importance… Our ideas of health implications should change… Do not discuss on social media

Published: June 28th, 2016 at 12:46 pm ET


Public Release from Goldschmidt Conference, Jun 26, 2016 (emphasis added): New research shows that most of the radioactive fallout which landed on downtown Tokyo a few days after the Fukushima accident was concentrated and deposited in non-soluble glass microparticles, as a type of ‘glassy soot’. This meant that most of the radioactive material was not dissolved in rain and running water… The particles also concentrated the radioactive caesium (Cs), meaning that in some cases dose effects of the fallout are still unclear… Japanese geochemists… analysed samples collected from within an area up to 230 km from the FDNPP… [I]t had been anticipated that most of the radioactive fallout would have been flushed from the environment by rainwater. However… most of the radioactive caesium in fact fell to the ground enclosed in glassy microparticles… [T]hese particles… formed during the molten core-concrete interaction inside the primary containment vessel in the Fukushima reactor units 1 and/or 3. Because of the high Cs content in the microparticles, the radioactivity per unit mass was as high as ~4.4×10^11 Bq/g [440,000,000,000,000 Bq/kg]… Analysis from several air filters collected in Tokyo on 15 March 2011 showed that 89% of the total radioactivity was present as a result of these caesium-rich microparticles, rather than the soluble Cs, as had originally been supposed.

Discovery (Seeker), Jun 27, 2016: Fukushima Accident Rained Glass Particles on Tokyo… Most of the radioactive fallout that descended upon downtown Tokyo in the days after the March 2011 accident [was] glass microparticles — essentially, glass-filled soot. As a result, the fallout, which contained concentrated radioactive cesium, wasn’t dissolved by rainfall, and probably lingered in the environment… Japanese scientists thought that most of it would be washed away by rainwater. Instead, analysis… revealed that most of the radioactive cesium in fact fell to the ground enclosed in glassy microparticles.

ANI, Jun 28, 2016: Research indicates Fukushima radioactive fallout may be worse than expected Most of the radioactive fallout, which landed on downtown Tokyo a few days after the Fukushima accident, was concentrated and deposited in non-soluble glass microparticles, as a type of ‘glassy soot’

Inverse, Jun 26, 2016: Radioactive “Glassy Soot” Fell Over Tokyo After the Fukushima Meltdown… The findings… show that the radioactive fallout… has been poorly understood. Previously, it was assumed that most of the radiation that fell dissolved in rain. This would mean that it would wash out of the soil and through the environment… These tiny glass particles entered the air and fell as soot on the surrounding region. Because the radioactive molecules are contained in an insoluble medium, they will not wash out of the soil with rainwater to the same extent… Beyond the consequences for the environment, there are significant consequences for human health. Breathing caesium encased in glass particles may have a very different impact from exposure to it as radioactive rain…

Scientists from Fukushima Univ., Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Stanford Univ., etc, June 2016: Cesium-rich micro-particles unveil the explosive events in the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant — Cesium-rich micro-particles (CsMPs) retain novel information on the molten core-concrete interaction… CsMPs specimens were discovered… in atmospheric particulates collected at Suginami, Tokyo… [Note: “The author has requested that this abstract is not discussed on social media.”]

Dr Satoshi Utsunomiya, Kyushu Univ.: “This work changes some of our assumptions about the Fukushima fallout… This may mean that our ideas of the health implications should be modified“.

Prof. Bernd Grambow, Director of SUBATECH laboratory, France: “[The observations] presented here are extremely important. They may change our understanding of the mechanism of long range atmospheric mass transfer of radioactive caesium from the reactor accident at Fukushima to Tokyo, but they may also change the way we assess inhalation doses from the caesium microparticles inhaled by humans. Indeed, biological half- lives of insoluble caesium particles might be much larger than that of soluble caesium“.

See also:  Nuclear fuel found 15 miles from Tokyo — Fukushima uranium in ‘glassy’ spheres flew over 170 km (PHOTOS)

Published: June 28th, 2016 at 12:46 pm ET


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  • from a distance from a distance

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  • rogerthat



    As I See It: Has nothing been learned from TEPCO's 'meltdown' cover-up?

    July 6, 2016 (Mainichi Japan)

  • rogerthat

    via michele kearney:


    JapanThursday, June 30
    Melted fuel may be at the bottom of No.2 reactor

    NHK has learned it is highly likely that a large amount of melted nuclear fuel remains at the bottom of one of the damaged reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. …

    • Why didn't the muon scan detect the purported large amount of fuel in unit 2?

      • Sol Man

        If this is correct good luck with moving it. Perhaps they put it in the milk and ship it to the states for the children.

        This world is devolving into something only from nightmares. It is something with the quality of the "leaders" are from the cesspool of humanity. No morals, scruples. Pathetic infestation on earth.

        Always more of whatever toxins. EPA says okie doke for all.

      • razzz razzz

        The setup could not scan that low. They would have to dig pits opposite each other as low as the basements to be able to scan for any melts at that level.

        All the information TEPCO gives out is as clear as mud.

    • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

      Unit 2 Reactor Scan Detects No Fuel Remains

      "TEPCO originally thought there was fuel remaining in the bottom head of the reactor vessel. The scan clearly shows no significant amount of fuel remaining in the core region where the fuel was before the meltdown or in the bottom of the reactor vessel."


      Where is da damn corium, eh, Tepco? 😉

  • rogerthat


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    The California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) has not issued a hazardous waste permit to Livermore Lab's Site 300 since 1997. After a failed permit process in 2007, in which public comment was taken, but then abandoned and never responded to, DTSC has recently issued a new Draft Hazardous Waste Permit for Site 300.

    The High Explosives Testing done at Site 300 (in support of nuclear weapons development) produces significant quantities of hazardous waste, which contains or is contaminated with high explosives and a slurry of other toxins. Much of these wastes are burned in on-site incinerators. Site 300 is a Superfund site, with serious contamination from historical mismanagement of hazardous waste. The hazardous waste operations continue to threaten the environment and human health.

    A public hearing was held in Tracy on April 27th in which the present community was given a short presentation and allowed to ask questions. The DTSC was unable to answer many of the questions. Comments were taken on the record.

    The public had until Friday, July 1st to submit their written comment to the DTSC.

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  • dear friends all i hear is excuses why it is safe to stay in the nort or how the radiation from thosands of tons of highly poisionous radiation is raining down in the heaviest concentrations north of the equator! this is just a simply fact- you must evacuate to the south as far as possible to avoid the worst of the fallout-

  • rogerthat


    … If the Cabinet minister loses, it will end his career and deal a humiliating blow to the Abe administration. …

    While Iwaki trumpets the LDP’s decisiveness and legislative advantage, Mashiko is vowing to decommission all 10 reactors in the prefecture.

    Standing before a crowd of supporters in Koriyama on Monday, Iwaki stressed that the LDP is the party that can steer Fukushima toward recovery and accused the DP of engaging in an “irresponsible tie-up” with the radical Japanese Communist Party.

    “We cannot entrust the future of Fukushima to a mishmash opposition coalition fraught with ideological differences,” Iwaki said. “As a Cabinet member, I have the responsibility to facilitate government efforts to reconstruct Fukushima.”

    Mashiko, meanwhile, reaffirmed his pledge to decommission the 10 reactors and denounced Iwaki’s ambiguous stance on the matter. Although the LDP’s Fukushima chapter has vowed to dismantle the reactors, Iwaki is apparently refusing to back that pledge publicly to avoid contradicting Abe’s pro-nuclear central government.

    During campaigning activities Monday, Iwaki told The Japan Times that he will “respect” the Fukushima chapter’s stance on the reactors, before speeding off in a van. …

  • rogerthat


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    Stars and Stripes staffer Hana Kusumoto contributed to this report.


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  • rogerthat


    Documentary on nuclear testing victim gets DOCUTAH nod
    Kevin Jenkins, kevin@thespectrum.com July 5, 2016

    A documentary film crew determined to tell the story of a now-deceased veteran and his widow’s efforts to obtain compensation after his exposure to radioactivity during Nevada Cold War bomb tests announced this week that the film will be one of those screened at this year’s DOCUTAH film festival.

    “Perfect day to announce ‘Radioactive Veteran’ … has been accepted to @DOCUTAH,” producer Bradley Bethel tweeted via social media Monday – the Fourth of July.

    Festival founder and director Phil Tuckett confirmed Tuesday that the film is one of the 65 films that will be shown at this year’s festival, which is presented as a Dixie State University product.

    A full list of the festival’s entries will be available at docutah.com by the end of the week.

    “Radioactive Veteran” tells the story of Marine Donald Guy, who was sent from Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, to the Nevada Proving Ground in 1953 for the “Operation Upshot Knothole” series of 11 nuclear weapons tests, which used military personnel and other Department of Defense employees in assessing test devices’ capabilities for deployment in the event of a nuclear war….

    • rogerthat

      All four primary armed services were involved in troop formation experiments during the course of Upshot Knothole, and many of the military personnel reportedly received more than the accepted limit of radiation exposure.

      Many Southern Utahns became known as “Downwinders” as a result of their exposure to cancer-promoting radioactive fallout from the tests, and over the course of decades have also sought compensation from the government.

      “We knew that’s still a hot-button topic in the area,” Tuckett said.

      A dozen Southern Utahns are among those interviewed by the documentary film’s North Carolina-area crew in 2014, although Radioactive Veteran director Mark Wampler said Tuesday that “only about three or four of them” are included in the 25-minute film’s current form.

      The documentary’s creators have hoped the project might eventually develop into a longer feature that would include more of the material that has been filmed, Wampler said. But the film in its current incarnation focuses on widow Mary Guy’s ongoing efforts to obtain recognition for her husband’s service while battling with her own medical issues during the seven years since his death – the same length of time DOCUTAH has been operating. …

      • rogerthat

        Her husband filed the initial claim 36 years ago.

        Wampler said the film “captures the final decision” in the case, but the documentary’s makers aren’t giving away the ending before people have a chance to see it.

        “We think it’s a really powerful story focusing on the one veteran and his widow … and their fight for justice and compensation,” Bethel said in an April interview about the crew’s efforts to raise a final $10,000 through crowdfunding to complete post-production work.

        The filmmakers met their goal by the end of last month.

        “It’s not the feature we were hoping for a few years ago when we were out there filming,” Wampler said. “It’s not a comprehensive story of atomic testing or of the people in St. George. … We used about enough to show that these issues were not just about veterans, that they affected civilians as well. … (But) we’re really proud of it.”

        The film has been test screened in its unfinished form for a couple of audiences and has undergone some “tightening up” as a result of the feedback. The musical score is due for completion July 25.

        DOCUTAH is the first festival to announce it is accepting "Radioactive Veteran" for public showing, Wampler said. …

  • rogerthat



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  • rogerthat


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    July 5, 2016

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    • earthsmith earthsmith

      Whoops about 80 years to late….just print more money that is always a quick fix for this charade society
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    • rogerthat

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    Obama Tells USA “No Danger from Fukushima” and Then Flies to Brazil with GE and Westinghouse Bosses

    Travel companion list..

    GE Chairman and CEO as unfit to advise the president because his company invests some of its resources abroad and, despite worldwide profits of $14.2 billion, paid no taxes in 2010.


  • Sol Man

    US is future mutation nation. Actually, it is the whole world.
    Risk is to every living entity. It is very sad days. But, we all here understand that.

    Genome poof.

  • tumerick tumerick

    There is still some hope. Newborn mountain lions discovered near LA look normal.


  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Just thinking that if the glass beads float they could form a layer of glass on the ocean surface, trapping heat.

    I don't on't know if they float or not. Maybe some do while others sink.

    • Sol Man

      Trap heat or reflect sunlight? Considering the size of soot particles they likely just stay airborne until they are possibly inhaled or land on the surface of folks eyes and float around to the back of the eye to the optic nerve, sinus, brain, perhaps. Glass enclosed particles won't dissolve.

      They're pretty darn small.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    o'nt free word radical got in there.

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Unit 2 Muon Scan Notes

    I can see NO corium in the Reactor 2 muon scan.
    If anyone can contradict this conclusion, I'm most willing to listen.

    I believe Tepco wants to put off finding the corium for years.

    Now that they have, finally, after 5 years, stopped the underground river from leaching corium into the Pacific Ocean, I suppose that their inaction on trying to find the corium is to be expected.

    Finding the missing corium is Fukushima Job One.
    Nothing can be done, and no plan for "decommission" can be made, without knowing where the corium IS.

    In fact, Step 1 of the Fukushima Mitigation Plan, is to create a 3D map of the corium from Units 1,2,&3.

    Where is da damn corium, eh, Tepco? 😉

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      "…Now that they have, finally, after 5 years, stopped the underground river from leaching corium into the Pacific Ocean,…"


      • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

        Underground Frozen Wall, HillbillyHoundDog.

        Frozen Wall surrounds Units 1-4.
        Now complete, and working, for the most part.
        They are cementing the hot spots.

        Too late, I suppose, to save the Pacific Ocean Ecosystem.
        Japan is toast.
        The Pacific Ocean is toast.
        Hawaii is toast.
        Alaska is toast.
        The Pacific Ocean states of the US and Canada are toast.
        Anybody who eats Pacific Ocean seafood is taking a foolish risk.

        My question remains:

        "Am I toast, as well?"
        Undoubtedly. 😉

        • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

          Frozen Wall story is covered by SimplyInfo:


        • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog


          Around the perimeter? What about UNDER, where the groundwater flows? What about OUTSIDE OF? Where is the fuel? Where are the coriums? Until such things are known, the ice-wall "stopping" the groundwater flow and resulting contamination of the Pacific is, as I said, speculation. Also, the ice-wall working "for the most part" does not constitute "finally stopped".

          I mean you no disrespect sir, only to seek truth, in it's entirety.

          I am skeptical of any info coming from TEPCO for obvious reasons. Example recently: They claimed there was fuel found in reactor 2. A few days later, it was revealed there wasn't any found there. I'm sure TEPCO and the media will continue to rely and publish the first claim, however.

          • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

            Frozen Wall is a 100+/- underground wall around Units 1-4.
            Stops, temporarily, underground water flow, through the underground corium from Units 1-3.
            Groundwater is now diverted from flowing through the underground corium, and ends up in Pacific Ocean.

            • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

              HillbillyHoundDog asks:
              "Where is the fuel? Where are the coriums? "

              My question, exactly! 🙂

              "Where is the damn corium, Tepco?"

              • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

                I only deal with fact.
                The Frozen Wall has, indeed, diverted the groundwater river around Reactor Ruins 1-4.

                I believe SimplyInfo on this point.

                • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                  From your link:

                  Shows wall AROUND reactors but not UNDER. How deep is the corium? How deep is the underground water flow? How deep the contamination?

                  The ice wall is like a cup with no bottom.

                  fukuleaks makes no claim groundwater river is diverted underneath the reactors, unless I missed something? Although, I can see where water at wall level would be forced to go around, but do you see my issue with water UNDER the reactors and water flowing UNDER the complex? Who is to say what is below the wall or below the reactors? How do we know the cores are not at ocean level mixing with ocean water, also? If you look at a side view of the reactors, the reactor containment vessels and basements are below or at sea level- when they haven't been ruined by earthquakes/explosions/tsunamis. What happened down there? What is happening? So many questions, so little time.

                  I don't think we are going to agree on this one Philip, though I do look forward to your comments.

                  Cesium the day.

                  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

                    In the Fukushima Sarcophagus Plan, we not only go 100' deep, with an underground foundation, but put a cement floor under the reactor ruins, at the 100' deep level.
                    This is accomplished by drilling horizontal holes at the 100' deep level, then filling the holes with concrete.
                    A series of horizontal holes are drilled, completely under Reactor Ruins 1-4, and filled with concrete, until a concrete floor has been constructed beneath entirely under Reactors 1-4 at a depth of 100' deep.
                    Why is the 100' depth selected?
                    Because the fresh water aquifer under Reactors 1-4 extends to an impermeable rock layer at the 100' depth.
                    The "frozen Wall" would be, in our plan, replaced by a buttressed concrete wall 100' deep, down below the aquifer.
                    This concrete wall would be the foundation of the sarcophagus.
                    A concrete and earth sarcophagus would be constructed around, below, and over Units 1-4, with a foundation that would utterly block the groundwater river from flowing under Units1-4.
                    Top with a rubber roof, and you can simply walk away from Fukushima for 1,000 years.

                    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                      Well, thank you, Philip.

                      That is very generous of you to share your plan with us.

                      And I sincerely hope it works. Whatever it takes- Git 'er done!

          • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

            HHD: "I am skeptical of any info coming from TEPCO for obvious reasons. Example recently: They claimed there was fuel found in reactor 2. A few days later, it was revealed there wasn't any found there. I'm sure TEPCO and the media will continue to rely and publish the first claim, however."

            Study shows bulk of fuel still in crippled Fukushima No. 2 reactor

            TOKYO, July 14, Kyodo

            A study on the disaster-hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has found that most of the melted fuel in the No. 2 reactor is still present in the reactor core area, sources close to the matter said recently.

            According to the study that used a cosmic ray imaging system, around 200 tons of fuel and other melted substances is estimated to have accumulated at the bottom of the pressure vessel, the first time the current location of the fuel has been specified.

            The finding is important for devising ways to remove the so-called fuel debris, the most challenging task in decommissioning the Nos. 1 to 3 reactors that suffered meltdowns in the nuclear crisis that began in March 2011.

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    Interesting stuff, Philip. Thanks!

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  • unincredulous unincredulous


    Smoking pot makes you smarter. Let's start a campaign to send weed to nuclear advocates.

  • eridoang

    TEPCO wrongdoers have made restitution.
    They gave victims a sip off their Coke. (The last sip)
    For a month


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  • Children being exposed???? OUTRAGEOUS!!!

    The real problem here is readings…

    Setup your own station (and record reads) and stay aware and informed where you are (a right here, right now, thing)…

    We will never know if we don't…

    And (I say) not another penny into ANY (new) power plants that use nuclear!!!

    Let's put a end to the production of any and ALL poisons we don't know (we haven't even begun to know) how to get rid of…

    Let's call this one "prop humanity" and see f we can make a real difference…

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  • HonestMechanic HonestMechanic

    Is this the Wormwood that should come or do we look for another?

    So sad seeing people who cannot be decieved, so decieved….myself included.

    Talking about "clean ups" & "future generations" & "disasters of biblical proportions"

    HE warned us, its become strikingly obvious that America is the final "Israelite" kingdom that becomes a curse on the whole earth (especially ourselves)…

    Most of the book of Ezekiel is about America & England.

    Fukushima isnt working fast enough, so the UN planes are dumping depleted uranium tic tac toes all day.

    "cursed be the man who puts his trust in man" nuff said from the High & Lofty One Who Inhabits Eternity Who's Name Is Seperate & Set Apart & Worthy Of Praise, The Mighty God Of Judgement.

    Ive read here for years, but i signed up today to appeal to everyone to blow the trumpet & return to HIM, it may just be that he will hide us a short while til the indignation be over.

    Lets point the finger at ourselves, the beasts that perish have no interest in helping or cleaning up or stopping the "indignation"…after all, HE has set his jealousy upon them to execute fierce judgement on us because we have done evil in HIS sight & will be judged as women who break wedlock are judged.

    Isaiah 5:24Therefore as the fire devoureth the stubble, and the flame consumeth the chaff, so their root shall be as rottenness, and their blossom shall go up as dust: because they have cast away the law of the LORD of hosts"

  • HonestMechanic HonestMechanic

    How can we talk seriously about "The End" & not see all of this in HIS Word? We knew it was HE since the day we were born, we turned away because we smelled a rat in religion & in the Bible.
    HE explained it so clear, the vineyard (house of Israel) was stolen, the spiritual man is mad, many pastors have trodden his vineyard under foot, whore house on every corner? they please themselves in the children of strangers? (pizza, porn)…
    smartphones/facebook-they worship the work of their own hands, that which their own FINGERS have made.
    "J£wS" – Kazarian Japhethites/Edomites/Canaanites who stole the Israelite identity & gave us their (caucasian) tainted identity. (see Ezekiel 38-39, gog/magog kazar jews stole the land in middle east & took the great spoil of America, because we put our trust in man & were righteous in our own sight…

    All the nations of the world are in on it together through their hatred of HE & HIS people.
    Nations that are infamous & much vexxed.

  • HonestMechanic HonestMechanic

    HE straight up says to escape from THEM (the house of Israel).

    Ezekiel 7:15The sword is without, and the pestilence and the famine within: he that is in the field shall die with the sword; and he that is in the city, famine and pestilence shall devour him. 16But they that escape of them shall escape, and shall be on the mountains like doves of the valleys, all of them mourning, every one for his iniquity. 17All hands shall be feeble, and all knees shall be WEAK AS WATER.18They shall also gird themselves with sackcloth, and HORROR shall cover them; and shame shall be upon all faces, and baldness upon all their heads.

    You all are a very intelligent crowd, this is why im here….anybody who grew up in Churchianity under the commands of Saul of Tarsus The Devil are a people of ZERO understanding.
    No wonder the first shall be last & last, first.

    The Bible is a riddle, must be ready to piece together the riddle before teaching it. but, its all there.

    Jesus ???? or was it HE the whole time? is any father, not also a son in the natural order??

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