Here is a new video that reports on the hottest particles that have been found from the Fukushima disaster.*

While this information in this presentation is a bit technical, as you get to the summation you will see that there are indeed certain highly qualified, concerned individuals who are bringing the true magnitude of this disaster to public attention.

One of the most disturbing things of all is this statement on the site, “If Fairewinds Energy Education was a Japanese website, the State Secrets Law would likely prevent us from issuing this video.” It attests to the staggering level of denial, deceit and complete disregard for all human life…obviously in defference to plain human greed.

A few months ago, we pointed out how the mainstream news was slowly catching up – more than three decades later – with Swiss UFO contactee and prophet Billy Meier’s information about the dangers from the radioactive radiation still in the air from nuclear testing and other sources going back over 50 years.

And this new video report brings into sharp focus what Ptaah told Meier more than three years ago, “We have already been able to detect, two days ago, on March 17th, 2011 – therefore last Thursday – such radioactive particles in the northern area of Europe as well as in Central Europe.”

Remember, if it’s happening on our world, it’s not just happening to “someone else” but potentially to all of us.

Please see: And Did They Listen?


*Special thanks to Chris Lock for bringing this information to my attention.

7 comments on “Radiation Update: Close your Eyes and It Will all Go Bye-Bye

  • I should mention here that “the Goya” in the text version, should you decide to read that rather than watch the video, is apparently a VoIP misconscruing of “Nagoya” the city where the hottest particles were found (300 miles from Fukushima).

    Thanks for getting this out there, Michael. As you know children in Fukushima are already suffering from cancers and the tally from here on in is only going to go up and up.

  • The Japan earthquake and aftermath is particularly scary for Californians. It’s hard not to wonder if it could happen to us.
    The most terrifying issue is the prospect of a nuclear meltdown.

    What went wrong at Japan’s nuclear plants? As I understand it after reading the New York Times‘ excellent coverage, after the 9.0 earthquake, control rods at Japan’s nuclear plants deployed correctly to halt nuclear reactions. However, the cooling mechanism requires electricity to work properly and the plants had none, probably because backup generators were destroyed by the tsunami. Efforts to keep the reactor cool by adding water manually could not keep up with the reactor’s boiling the water off. Additionally, vents that release pressure and thus allow water to enter had stopped working properly at the reactor in most trouble, Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station’s number 2.

    Some of the fuel rods are now believed to have been exposed to air, releasing some radiation. The longer they are exposed, the greater the likelihood that they will fall to the bottom of the reactor and cause a full meltdown, burning through the reactor’s protective casing and releasing a massive amount of radiation.

    Could it happen in California? Well, apparently it could. California currently has two operational nuclear plants. PG&E’s Diablo Canyon Power Plant in San Luis Obispo County sits near several fault lines, including the San Andreas. It’s designed to withstand a 7.5-magnitude earthquake. The San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station in San Diego County, run by Southern California Edison, isn’t as close to active faults and is designed to withstand just a 7.0-magnitude quake.

    … it is certainly possible that California’s famed Big One would exceed a 7.5 on the Richter Scale. And California is at risk for tsunamis, as a 2005 report by the California Seismic Safety Commission noted.

    “California is at risk from both local and distant tsunamis. Eighty-two possible or confirmed tsunamis have been observed or recorded in California during historic times,” the report says. The biggest tsunami would stem from an earthquake in the Cascadian Subduction Zone off the coast of British Columbia, Washington, Orgeon and the northernmost part of California. A 1700 quake there produced a massive tsunami that left its mark on the geological record in Humboldt County.

  • They have horrendously lied about Fukushima. The only ones doing any testing of our food supply seems to be coming from High School kids science projects in Canada.

    Of course can always be put back on America for helping cover it all up and letting us know just how bad it really is/was at the same time.

  • *Kernverbrennungseinflusses probably translates to “nuclear fusion process” The Earth’s core to be particular is a nuclear fusion process, however it is still an unknown fact today. I think drilling for geothermal heat energy is safe and is an overly abundance energy resource. Perhaps an oil company could spend some money and try to produce heat energy to power permanent magnet generators with turbine technologies using compressed nitrogen for the prime mover.

  • not good…..Alpha radiation clouds Los Angeles air ~ June 2, 2015

    “The first summer 2015 air radiation analysis for Southern California shows a significant uptick in alpha and beta according to a dust analysis completed June 1. Results show radiation registering at 325.7 percent of background levels.

    This means that the dust reading in its entirety was over three times background. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency considers radiation three times background or above to be “significant.”

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