Over Easy: Monday Science
Good Morning All!
Some additional diaries from Fuku workers at the time of the accident. It’s clear that the JG had information regarding meltdowns WAY before they admitted it publicly. It further seems likely that there were quite a few deaths reported, but covered up. The JG’s official position is still that nobody has died from this.
Here comes another major hit to the west coast. I don’t think this is the first one. And I don’t think this is the worst one. And I think there’s more coming. And I wonder how long ObamaLLP + JG can keep California or some of it’s sea industries from suing.
The groundwater bypass at Fuku is showing some success, but the ice wall is still a failure (they’re still trying) and they’re still leaking tons of hot water into the Pacific. It amazes me that other countries aren’t taking action. The damage to their sea industries is eventually going to overcome the campaign contributions from the Nuclear Industry.
The Japanese fishing industry is NOT going along with TEPCO’s plan to dump treated groundwater. There’s simply no trust in anything TEPCO or the JG says. This is probably wise, as this dumping is the camels nose under the tent. However, the Bermsstrahlung radiation is building due to the water in the tanks. This contributes to a gamma ray “haze” that fill the plant site like a mist.
We must not forget our OWN Fukushima, Hanford. Entire families are dying of something the Government is SURE isn’t related to anything stored there. And they’re seeing “clusters” of anencephaly, a severe defect in which babies are born missing parts of the brain. Also officially not related to anything on that site.
We’re not hearing much about WIPP, because they’re sitting on data. The latest theory as to why that drum exploded is that a lead contaminated glove was in it. There is now concern that there’s another barrel with identical contents, including a lead contaminated glove. They are still not sure what caused the initial explosion. They are not commenting on the amounts of Pu found offsite, likely because they’re been playing fast and loose with what they’re allowed to store there.
Have you ever heard of epigenetics? In short, these are inheritable changes that do NOT result from changes to genes but from changes to the “ladder” that holds the genes. This causes the genes to be expressed more often or less often. So you can have a perfectly find gene, but it’s always off and thus you suffer the consequence.