BY BOB NICHOLS
Dr. Chris Busby, world famous physicist, said tests run at the respected Harwell Radiation Laboratory in England demonstrate the airborne radiation in Japan is 1,000 times higher than radioactive “fallout” at the peak in 1963 of H-Bomb detonations by the nuclear powers. The calculations were on radioactive Cesium 137.
Busby certifies the poisonous, radioactive Japanese air to be at least 300 times worse than the air during the Chernobyl nuclear reactor disaster. Dr. Janette Sherman, a highly respected physician and an acknowledged expert in radiation exposure, has estimated the worldwide Chernobyl Kill to be at least one million people killed to date. The Chernobyl disaster occurred April 26, 1986.
Dr. Busby obtained donated car air filters from vehicles in Fukushima and Chiba Prefectures as well as from Tokyo, Japan. Busby stated the radiation per cubic meter of air in Japan was calculated by knowing the size of the engines and the number of miles driven.
The estimates must be considered as conservative or low since the smallest particles go through the car air filters and emerge from the car’s exhaust. The smallest radioactive particles simply go through a human’s skin or go to the bottom of a human’s lungs and stay there. The poison radiates cells within a range extending 20 cells deep in all directions. The dead and dying or mutated cells become cancers and hundreds of other radiation related diseases.
The earth’s few nuclear states detonated a total of 2,045 atomic and hydrogen bombs. During the period before international treaties shut them down, the U.S. detonated more than 1,300 nuclear weapons “tests,” first in Japan at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, next in the South Pacific, then largely in Nevada, USA. The Nevada site is in the southwestern U.S. – 60 miles, or 96.5 km, from Las Vegas.
The H-Bomb fallout spread first northeastward with the prevailing winds; then went around the world. Yes, the U.S. Department of Energy [DOE] lists the unwarranted atomic bomb attack at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan as “Tests.”
In 1963 the Partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty was passed by the U.S. Senate and most of the countries of the world. The ban extended to above ground atmospheric nuclear detonations only. However, some 25% of the underground detonations broke through to the surface or “vented.”
The on-going worldwide nuclear slaughter would all make more sense if the massive war-like Fukushima Daiichi nuclear onslaught was an attack by aliens from outer space. But no, there is no explanation as simple as that. This “kill them all” effect is a result of decisions of some amongst us, military elites and the richest corporations worldwide.
The lethal radioactive result, or Fukushima Kill, enveloping the world is unmistakable and inevitable, though.
RESPONSIBILITY, REVENGE AND PUNISHMENT
What can we do to those who are killing us; and for those no longer breathing, those already killed?
Well, first, we do know our murderers’ names and everything about them is in multiple public records in many countries all over the world. They can’t hide. They are much too egotistical to even try.
Officially they are grouped together as the Tokyo Electric Power Company and the General Electric Company. Strong and powerful as companies, they are weak and fearful of the wrath of the people in countries throughout the world.
Let us first shun them in the Old Way: That means to have nothing whatsoever to do with them either in business or private life. To us, they are dead.
Then the world can move to extract vengeance according to the Rule of Law. In the American Wild West of the Old Days it was called, “Give them a trial then Hang ’em – all legal like.”
Vengeance and revenge for killing many millions of us with stationary nuclear weapons – leaking atomic reactors – hall be ours. Let’s wipe the Tokyo Electric Power Company and the General Electric officials and policy makers off the face of the Earth, as they manifestly deserve.
SOURCES AND NOTES
Dr. Busby’s Data comparing radiation levels from the radioactive peak of atmospheric nuclear weapon detonations to Chernobyl and Fukushima.
As Measured at Harwell by British Radiation Laboratory and representing the Northern Hemisphere atmospheric level they reported Cesium 137 was 2.4 milliBecquerel per cubic meter. At the peak of the Chernobyl Radiation Disaster and Explosion the atmospheric radiation level was was 10 milliBecquerel per Kg of air, which is about a cubic Meter. A cubic meter of air weighs 1.189 kg.
Car air filters from Fukushima Prefecture, Chiba Prefecture and Tokyo, show the atmospheric level of Cesium 137 in June, 2011 for Cesium 137 was 2.7 Becquerels per cubic meter.
The Fukushima, Japan atmospheric radiation levels are 1000 times higher than at the peak of Atomic and Hydrogen Bomb atmospheric testing in 1963.
Measured Cesium 137 radiation from Chiba Prefecture, about 140 km from Fukushima, was 300 times higher than at the peak of atmospheric testing.
Professor Tatsuhiko Kodama is the head of the Radioisotope Center at the University of Tokyo. On July 27, he appeared as a witness to give testimony to the Committee on Welfare and Labor in Japan’s Lower House in the Diet.
“After 3 months, … I am shaking with anger.”
Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and Nature, written by A. V. Yablokov, V. B. Nesterenko and A. V. Nesterenko, published by the New York Academy of Sciences in December 2009, translated and edited into a book by Dr. Janette Sherman. Dr. Sherman’s Website.http://janettesherman.com/about/
From Dr Sherman’s website: http://janettesherman.com/books/
“This is a collection of papers translated from the Russian with some revised and updated contributions. Written by leading authorities from Eastern Europe, the volume outlines the history of the health and environmental consequences of the Chernobyl disaster. Although there has been discussion of the impact of nuclear accidents and Chernobyl in particular, never before has there been a comprehensive presentation of all the available information concerning the health and environmental effects of the low dose radioactive contaminants, especially those emitted from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Official discussions from the International Atomic Energy Agency and associated United Nations’ agencies (e.g. the Chernobyl Forum reports) have largely downplayed or ignored many of the findings reported in the Eastern European scientific literature and consequently have erred by not including these assessments.”
Nuclear detonation picture courtesy of Nuclear Defense Agency.
– Bob Nichols is a Project Censored Award winning writer and a San Francisco Bay View correspondent whose work regularly appears in The Oklahoma Observer, on-line at okobserver.org and at VeteransToday.com. A former bomb maker in a U.S. government factory in rural Oklahoma, he reports on the two nuclear weapons labs in the Bay Area. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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