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I am going to brush this topic because it is not going away. Everyone out there by now ought to know that they found super high radiation levels at Fukushima, so high they’d kill people with only a few seconds of exposure. The highest I have heard about so far is 610 sieverts per hour. How high is that?
It takes 1 sievert to make it certain that someone would know something happened. Approximately 2 sieverts to make someone very sick, and cause all their hair to fall out. Anything over 3 sieverts is potentially lethal, with 6 sieverts being lethal in all known cases. So, if it is 600 plus sieverts PER HOUR, well, that’s a high reading. WHY would it be so high, when previous readings were not that high?
ANSWER: Because immediately after the disaster, they flooded the containments with borated water. Boron is a nuclear “poison” that stops chain reactions by blocking radiation. PROBLEM: For reasons I don’t know (and therefore many others probably don’t know) Boron stops working after a while. One would think that because it is an element it would just keep on working because there is nothing to chemically break down, but boron does quit working after a while, like, say, SIX YEARS. (actually a little less time for it to be noticeably not working)
What will happen at Fukushima now? Well, from what I have read you can’t fix the problem by adding fresh boron once it quits working. You have to solve the problem, whatever it is, before the boron quits working the first time. So we might be headed into a period of HELL with Fukushima now, because the first best line of defense is wearing out.
This does not mean that more nuclear fuel is there now, or that it is any more concentrated, or anything else of the sort, what it means is that what was thrown on it to squelch it has now run its course. At a minimum, they’d have to drain everything out of the containments and re-flood them with new borated water (an I am not sure that would work) and you can bet that will not be happening.
PREDICTION: It is going to get worse and worse until there is incredible re-heating and a re-igniting of the nuclear process, and then watch out.
Fuku topic 2:
I do not think Fukushima has killed off the pacific northwest off the coast of Canada and Alaska, but since reactor 3 blew its guts into the Pacific the situation cannot be pristine either. Reactor 3 had enough radioactive material to equal at least a thousand high yield nuclear tests, and a lot of that blew straight into the Pacific. NOT GOOD.
However, salmon is still in the stores, at the same price. Ditto for tuna, shrimp, and everything else. If the pacific was dead, it would not be that way. So I find it hard to believe the “pacific is dead” meme, especially since people’s scuba diving pictures, dated to show recent photos, show life. There is not one official oceanographic group that has said radiation has done anything to the Pacific yet and OFF THE COAST OF AMERICA. I seriously doubt it is business as usual anywhere near Fukushima though.
The bottom line in all of this however is that now that the borated water has run it’s course, we may well be in for Fukushima round 2.
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