05 April 2011

Click here for breaking news, here for the April 4th announcement 
radiation weather information will begin to be released, and 
on the image below for additional resources including plume 

Stay informed because history routinely teaches the truth is 
suppressed during nuclear disasters. The European Commission 
for Radiation Risk (ECRR) estimate is 200,000 cancers likely 
from Fukushima.

The Japanese government confirmed on April 3rd that 
radiation is reaching the high atmosphere and jet stream. 
Also for the first time, Japan's government has confirmed 
radiation will not be stopped for several months.

The below April 3rd video update by nuclear engineer 
Arnie Gunderson, explains a periodic chain reaction is 
occurring in Fukushima Unit 1. Gunderson's straight-forward
assessment, far more detailed than what Japan is sharing 
with the press, helps explain why I-131 levels have spiked 
at times.

Newly released TEPCO data provides evidence of periodic chain reaction at Fukushima Unit 1 from Fairewinds Associates on Vimeo.

On April 2nd a crack in concrete connected to reactor 2 was identified as one 
source for radiation pouring into the environment. 
What Japan's nuclear officials are not telling the public is cold water 
poured on extremely hot materials, including the zirconium fuel rod cladding
creates cracks. The below videos, produced on March 31st, provide valuable 
background information.

Untitled from Fairewinds Associates on Vimeo.

Update on Fukushima: Discussion of High Level Radiation Releases and the Previous "Worse Case Senario" Planned for by The Indust from Fairewinds Associates on Vimeo.

In addition to the above videos by former nuclear industry senior 
vice-president Arnie Gundersen, be sure to watch the 
Battle of Chernobyl
listen to Dr. Helen Caldicott and 
watch the fascinating "low level radiation 
observations of Dr. David DeSante
A key lesson taught by Dr. Rosalie 
Bertell is the phase "NO IMMEDIATE DANGER" 
misleads people to 
conclude radiation leaking from a nuclear power 
plant is safe."

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