Saturday, March 26, 2011

"the same baptizeth, and all men come to him" - (Mysterious Radiation)

Shibuya, Tokyo(Click to enlarge.)

Mysterious Radiation

Nuclear power generation is based on a very primitive method to turn a turbine and generate electricity by supplying a flow of heated vapor to a turbine system. To produce heated vapor nuclear fuel is used.

However, nuclear fuel also releases radiation and produce radioactive material which is included in water circulating between a fuel vessel and the turbine system.

If this water leaks, it can contaminate the environment. But, in any such plant, leakage is common since facilities use many pipes and valves in addition to control electric devices and power cables.

The weak point is at this complexity around the nuclear fuel vessel or the pressure vessel.

So, the design concept should be changed to make safe the use of uranium or plutonium as fuel for electricity generation, so that it can be burnt without a fear of leakage.

PART 26-15:

American Ambassador to Japan Mr. John Roos kindly visited shelters in the affected area of northeast Japan.

John V. Roos
I am still moved & draw great motivation from my visit with the people in Miyagi. Their strength & resilience will guide Japan’s recovery.

PART 26-14:

Some media in the world expressed candidly what they feel about Japan's tragedy.

Japan desperation calls for global measures

World owes tsunami relief to country known for its 'generous' assistance to many others during times of need.

Vaclav Havel,Desmond Tutu, Richard von Weizsacker Last Modified: 24 Mar 2011 15:30

Because Japan is a rich country, some people may be tempted to view it as being in a position to undertake most of the effort to rebuild on its own.

For decades, the Japanese have been generous in supporting people around the world in times of need, providing extensive financial assistance to developing countries and spearheading rescue and relief activities when disasters have struck. Now it is time for the international community to step up and show the same concern for Japan.

PART 26-13:

There is a website that shows pictures of the #3 reactor unit of the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant which were taken in 2000.

Fukushima Daiichi (No.1) Plant
Inside the #3 Reactor Unit
MOX Fuel in a Pool

PART 26-12:

The source of 10,000 times stronger radiation than usual cooling water was still unknown as found in water in a #3 reactor unit bldg. though it hurt two workers.

PART 26-11:

The International Atomic Energy Agency has released today's report on the Japanese nuclear plant in trouble for two weeks.


Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident Update (26 March, 05:15 UTC)
Brief Update on State of Fukushima Daiichi Reactors

Japanese authorities today confirmed a number of developments at the nuclear reactors at Fukushima Daiichi.

Unit 1

Workers have restored lighting in the control room and have recovered some instrumentation. As of 25 March, fresh water is now being pumped into the reactor pressure vessel (RPV) instead of seawater.

Unit 2

Seawater injection into the reactor pressure vessel continues, and RPV pressures remain stable.

Unit 3

Workers are now pumping fresh water into the RPV, while seawater is pumped into the spent fuel pool. In addition, firefighters sprayed water into the reactor building yesterday from the outside.

Unit 4

With no fuel in the RPV, concerns remain focused on the condition of the spent fuel pool, and workers continued to use a concrete pump truck to pour water into the pool from above while pumping seawater into the pool through the fuel pool cooling line.

Units 5 and 6

Both reactors have achieved safe, cold shutdown, and their fuel pool temperatures have stabilised at acceptable levels.

PART 26-10:

The confirmed deaths from the 3/11 Disaster exceeded 10,000 yesterday.

After two weeks, the number of the missing is over 17,000, with some yet to be officially reported.

The 3/11 Great Earthquake and Tsunami takes probably 40,000 lives eventually.

The number of evacuees is now over 240,000 staying in 2000 or so refuges and shelters, meaning 100,000 houses and buildings are lost as well as 100,000 cars.

And, 35 million people living around Tokyo is under a possible threat from the crippled Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant.

This is the situation of part of Japan 15 days after the March 11 Disaster of northeast Honshu Island.

PART 26-9:

It is found that a big tremor continued for more than 100 seconds in the Tohoku Area, including Sendai and Fukushima, on March 11.

A significant tremor continued for almost three minutes in some areas near the epicenter.

Then the first-wave tsunami came. The second-wave came scores of minutes after it in coastal areas facing the epicenter over a 50 to 150 kilometer sea area. Finally the third-wave tsunami came even 2 hours after the quake in an area 200 kilometers south of the epicenter off Miyagi Prefecture.

PART 26-8:

China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and South Korea have started to stop import of vegetables from some part of Japan due to the radiation issue.

PART 26-7:

Emperor allowed some evacuees to use hot-spring bathrooms for imperial villa staff in the Nasu Imperial Villa.

PART 26-6:

Japan Tabacco is going to reduce or stop production of some brands due to shortage of material caused by the 3/11 Disaster, for a month.

PART 26-5:

An NHK TV satellite channel reported last night the state of providing aid for Tohoku evacuees, from USS Ronald Reagan.

Helicopters with fookds and other goods are flying to isolated people in the Miyagi/Iwate Prefectures from the U.S. aircraft carrier.

PART 26-4:

The North Korean leader sent some money to Japanese Red Cross Society. 250 or more N. Koreans living in Japan are still missing since the 3/11 Great Earthquake/Tsunami.

PART 26-3:

At least 25 people have been killed and more than 250 injured in an earthquake that struck southwest China near the border with Myanmar.

PART 26-2:

The Japanese Government set a liaison/control office on the 2nd floor of the main office building of Tokyo Electric Power Corporation.

A politician of the ruling DPJ is stationed there.

PART 26-1:

Around a water discharging point to the Pacific Ocean from Fuksuhima No.1 Plant, 1000 times stronger radioactive material than a statutory value was detected.

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It is known that almost 1000 years ago, a very big earthquake hit the same area that suffered the one on March 11, 2011.

At the time, also a big tsunami happened to invade inland.

So, the same thing has happened as an event that happens once in 1000 years.

If it had happened 100 years earlier or later, the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Plant could pose no threat to Tokyo. If the tsunami had not been 14-meters high, the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Plant could pose no threat to Tokyo now.

So, nobody sincerely tackled the nuclear plant to realize ultimate safety, because such damage could happen once in 1000 years. But, precisely the time came on March 11, 2011.

It is a fate, Fate of Japan. But, why on March 11, 2011? What is wrong with Japan or the world?

Maybe there are too many people who do not believe in God in Tokyo.

Yet, the U.S. suffered a terror on September 11, 2001, the space-shuttle Columbia accident in February 2003, Hurricane Katrina in August 2005, and the Lehman Shock in September 2008 in addition to the War on Terror since 2001.

The last time Japan experienced a major tragedy was the Kobe Great Earthquake in 1995, losing 6500 people.

So, in these 16 years, Japan has been comparatively in peace and prosperity with the only major problem of economic deflation.

Yet, since 1998, 30,000 people commit suicide every year in Japan.

And, some Japanese have started to take this tragedy as the anger of Heaven. But at what?

Joh 3:26 And they came unto John, and said unto him, Rabbi, he that was with thee beyond Jordan, to whom thou barest witness, behold, the same baptizeth, and all men come to him.

Joh 3:27 John answered and said, A man can receive nothing, except it be given him from heaven.

Joh 3:28 Ye yourselves bear me witness, that I said, I am not the Christ, but that I am sent before him.

Friday, March 25, 2011

"if a house be divided against itself" - (Continental Plate)


Continental Plate & Earthquakes

2004: Sumatra: M9.1 earthquake and tsunami took 200,000 lives around the Indian Ocean.

2008: Sichuan: An earthquake south of the Himaraya Mountains hit the Chinese nuclear center.

2010: Haiti: 300,000 died of the epicentral earthquake at the capital of Haiti.

2011, February: The Christchurch earthquake in NZ killed scores of Japanese.

2011, March: M9.0 earthquake and tsunami took possible 40,000 lives and damaged a nuclear plant in northeast Japan.

It approached through a 4-year interval to a 2-year interval and a 1-year interval to zero!

Heaven clearly gave a warning that a great earthquake/tsunami could happen between Tokyo and a nuclear power plant-situated area. The Japanese Government and people should have prepared for the coming tragedy, say, by reinforcing strength of the Fkushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant.

As they were busy eating, drinking, chatting and making a fuss around over minor political, economical, and social issues, they could not foresee the coming disaster of a scale that could happen once in a thousand years.

PART 25-13:

A map of earthquakes that occurred around Japan clearly indicates that they occurred precisely along borders of the continental plates, such as the North American Plate, the Pacific Plate, the Eurasia Plate, and the Philippine Plate.

So, Sumatra, Sichuan, Haiti, New Zealand, Northeast Japan, and most recently Myanmar are all near or on borders of the continental plates.

PART 25-12:

Lawmaker Mr. Masahisa Sato, an ex-Self Defense Force officer, took a picture of troops in cold chill searching for dead bodies of victims in a place suffering ground subsidence due to the M 9.0 earthquake and holding water due to tsunami.

He also took a picture of a town washed away by tsunami.

PART 25-11:

Harmful rumors are spreading on Japanese vegetables. No dangerous vegetables are exported from Japan. It is only a limited local issue.

PART 25-10:

Water filter plants in and around Tokyo have found a radiation level to become further lowered today, being at a safe level for infants.

PART 25-9:

The Magnitude 9.0 earthquake was triggered by part of a massive continental plate moving from Hawaii to Japan.

PART 25-8:

Fresh water is going to replace seawater for cooling the reactor vessels and spent fuel pools of Fukushima No.1 Plant.

PART 25-7:

The Japanese Government suspects leakage of radioactive material from the #3 reactor vessel to water on the turbine building floor, Fukushima Plant.

PART 25-6:

The Japanese land size accounts for 0.25% of the world land.

The number of Magnitude 6.0 or larger earthquakes that happen in Japan accounts for 20.5% in all the earthquakes of this class that happen in the world per year.

PART 25-5:

In 2005 and 2006, a Japan's Diet session discussed a possibility of losing electricity for cooling water circulation in a nuclear power plant due to an earthquake.

When so pointed at in a press conference today, a TEPCO vice president claimed that it was tsunami that destroyed the power generators for a cooling water circulation system on March 11, 2011.

PART 25-4:

An expert: It is unlikely that strong radioactive materials came out of the reactor vessel into water on the #3 unit turbine building floor of the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant.

PART 25-3:

Two contaminated workers of the Fukushima No.1 #3 reactor unit were carried to a special hospital in Chiba Prefecture with the third worker.

PART 25-2:

The #3 reactor unit of Fukuhsima Plant seems to lose capability of containing nuclear material; Breakage is suspected. Investigation under way.

PART 25-1:

The number of casualties of Japan's disasters is expected to climb up to more than 30,000, according to NHK; Still 20,000 or so missing.

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Mar 3:25 And if a house be divided against itself, that house cannot stand.

Mar 3:26 And if Satan rise up against himself, and be divided, he cannot stand, but hath an end.

Mar 3:27 No man can enter into a strong man's house, and spoil his goods, except he will first bind the strong man; and then he will spoil his house.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

"Which was the son of Matthat" - (2004, 2008, 2010, 2011 & 2011)


Year after Years: 2004, 2008, 2010, 2011 & 2011

In December 2004, the Great Sumatra Earthquake (M 9.1) and tsunami swept coastal areas of the Indian Ocean, taking 200,000 and more lives.

In May 2008, the Great Sichuan Earthquake hit a nuclear-facility converged area of China.

In January 2010, the Great Haiti Earthquake destroyed the capital, taking 300,000 lives eventually.

In February 2011, the Christchurch Earthquake killed scores of Japanese students who were learning in New Zealand.

Then, Tokyo Electric Power Corporation continued to use the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Plant without implementing reinforcement work. The basic design of the Plant is based on 1960's US GE's engineering paradigm. It was just prepared for 4.5-meter high tsunami. It was not prepared for a scale of earthquake with magnitude 9.0 or of such one as observed once in thousand years in Japan.

They did not implement any reinforcement work onto the Fukushima Daiichi (No.1) Nuclear Power Plant, while M7.0-class earthquakes started to occur in the Pacific Ocean off the Plant or off the northeast part of Honshu Island, Japan as it entered 2011.

So, finally, March 11 of 2011 came with the magnitude 9.0 earthquake and 14-meter high tsunami.

Accordingly, the Fukuhsima No.1 Plant was drenched, damaged, and deprived of electricity, halting the circulation of water to cool nuclear fuel inside pressure vessels of the first, second, and third reactor units. The, heated metal cases of nuclear fuel emitted hydrogen gas to be ignited and exploded when it leaked outside the vessel and touched oxygen. Finally, ceilings and walls of the building housing the reactor vessels were blow off, leaking some radioactive materials to the air.

Indeed, in December 2004, the Great Sumatra Earthquake (M 9.3) and tsunami swept coastal areas of the Indian Ocean, taking 200,000 and more lives.

In May 2008, the Great Sichuan Earthquake hit a nuclear-facility converged area of China.

In January 2010, the Great Haiti Earthquake destroyed the capital, taking 300,000 lives eventually.

In February 2011, the Christchurch Earthquake killed scores of Japanese students who were learning in New Zealand.

So, finally, March 11 of 2011 came with the magnitude 9.0 earthquake and 14-meter high tsunami.

Yes, it rushed to the nuclear power plant designed based on 1960's US GE's engineering paradigm.

Consequently, some Tokyo citizens are today buying up mineral-water bottles, while 20,000 people lost their lives in the Tohoku Region.

PART 24-8:

Video by JIJI showing cooling work inside the Fukushima Daiichi (No.1) Plant:

PART 24-7:

Beta ray hit the legs of two workers in the 3rd reactor unit of the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Plant who were carried to a special hospital.

The Beta-ray hit workers were in the turbine building of the 3rd reactor unit, Fukushima; there 30 cm-high water was collected on the floor.

PART 24-6:

Tokyo tap water was found to include radioactive material less than specified values as water was measured again today at the Kanamchi filter plant.

PART 24-5:

Tokyo Prefecture Government starts to deliver bottles of mineral water for families with infants due to radiation found in tap water, though at a small level.

PART 24-4:

Simulation (called SPEEDI) by the Japanese Government on radiation affecting the thyroid of a human body was made public yesterday after a long dispute:
(Click to enlarge.)

It showed the "possible" accumulated radiation at the thyroid, if a one-year old infant had spent outside a house all-day long between March 12 and 23.

On this assumption, dangerous 100 milli sievert per hour radiation could be estimated beyond the 30-km boundary.

PART 24-3:

Railroad services around Tokyo are provided at a rate of 70 to 80% of normal schedules; still under power-shortage condition.

PART 24-2:

The cause of yesterday's black smoke from the 3rd unit of the Fukuhsima No. 1 Nuclear Plant is still unknown; but recovery work is going on.

PART 24-1:

Japan is the fourth largest consumer of electric power in the world, following the U.S., China, and Russia.

The breakdown of energy sources for electricity in each country:

The U.S. and China depend on coal as the main energy source for electricity.

But, the U.S. and Japan as well as France depend on nuclear energy for power generation in a larger ratio.

The U.S. and Russia as well as Japan remarkably depend on natural gas in a high ratio.

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There are many Japanese websites and blogs, posted by victims of the earthquake/tsunami disaster, appealing to people and the public for any possible aid. From one of them is the following picture of a scene after the tsunami:

Luk 3:23 And Jesus himself began to be about thirty years of age, being (as was supposed) the son of Joseph, which was the son of Heli,

Luk 3:24 Which was the son of Matthat, which was the son of Levi, which was the son of Melchi, which was the son of Janna, which was the son of Joseph,

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

"How can Satan cast out Satan?" - (Fukushima Radioactive Influence)

Tokyo toward the Northwest
Tokyo Haneda Airport on Tokyo Bay

Fukushima Radioactive Influence

It is estimated that the damage from the 3/11 Great Disaster could lower Japan's growth by 0.5 per cent.

Among 127 million population, evacuees are about 300,000 mostly in three prefectures of the Tohoku rehion: Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima.

However, the tragedy in the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant located 250 kilometers northeast of Tokyo has a grave psychological influence on 30 million people living in the Kanto Plain around Tokyo Prefecture.

Yet, it is just 12 days after the tragic day of March 11, 2011.

(In addition, IRSN, a French agency, presented a radioactive diffusion simulation:

It is truly alarming for Tokyo citizens; yet, reality can be a little different in terms of wind flowing and intensity of radioactive materials.)

PART 23-15:

Toyota is to continue the stop of plant operation till March 26; Honda till March 27.

PART 23-14:

163,000 Bq/Kg of radioactive Cesium 137 was found at a point 40 km north of Fukushima No.1 Plant; 1600 times larger than a normal value.

However, radioactive cesium is believed to be less menacing than radioactive iodine.

PART 23-13:

The 3/11 Tohoku-Kanto earthquake and tsunami disaster of Japan is estimated to cost up to $309 billion.

PART 23-12:

Fukushima 50 video, showing Tokyo Fire Department crews being engaged in discharging water in the Fukushima Plant. They laied hoses from the sea to nuclear reactor unit buildings on May 18 and 19.

PART 23-11:

Around 5 p.m. of today, the 3rd reactor unit of the Fukuhsima Daiichi Plant discharged dark smoke, while some staff were working in its Central Control Room being powered up through the power grid.

PART 23-10:

The Kanamchi filtration plant gathered rainwater yesterday as it rained well around Tokyo; So contamination was concentrated, into water supply.

However, the radioactive level is not so alarming to Tokyo citizens except infants.

PART 23-9:

Only having 3 tons of milk and eating 84 kilograms of spinach at one time will result in a trouble, if they are from Fukushima Prefecture.

PART 23-8:

There is no Japanese law that specifis the duration limit of service for a nuclear power plant; it is 40 years (+ 20 years extensible) in the US.

PART 23-7:

Tokyo tap water is found to include radioactive materials at a level harmful to infants.

WHO sets the drinking contamination level at 10 becquerel/kg; Japan sets it at 300 Bq/kg for grownups and 100 Bq/kg for infants.

PART 23-6:

Japanese banks have decided to provide 1 trillion yen to Tokyo Electric Power Corporation as support for recovery from the disaster.

"1 trillion yen" is almost $12.5 billion now.

PART 23-5:

Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactors were designed by U.S. GE in 1960's. No anti-earthquake functions were incorporated into original design; the Japanese electric company did not correct it much.

At best it was designed to withstand a 4.5-meter high tsunami, though the Fukushima No.1 Plant was attacked by 14 meter-high tsunami.

As it was supposed to be used for 10 years or so, the precaution against a disaster of a scale observed once a thousand years was not applied.

PART 23-4:

Some tremor occurred several times in Fukushima Prefecture early this morning of Wednesday.

PART 23-3:

In a village partly within a 30km range from the Fukushima Daiichi (No.1) Nuclear Power Plant, 3000 villagers remain but other 3000 have left; 350 Army troops are now stationed.

PART 23-2:

In Miyagi Prefecture, the number of property crimes in the wake of the disaster is about 80; Sendai City, the capital of the prefecture, alone has one million population.

PART 23-1:

The number of locations on roads broken or damaged is 1700 in the disaster-affected area of northeast Japan.

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Geo-thermal generation is one of the most promising alternatives to the nuclear power generation.

Country...Geo-thermal generation (MW)...Ratio in total electricity
1. USA...2,534.1...0.2%
2. Philippines...1,930.8...14.4%
3. Mexico...953.0...2.2%
4. Indonesia...797.0...3.2%
5. Italy...790.5...1.0%
6. JAPAN...535.0...0.2%

(As of 2007)

However, Japan has the world third largest potential for geo-thermal generation.

Country....Potential Geo-thermal power
1. Indonesia...27,790 MW
2. USA...23,000 MW
3. JAPAN...22,070 MW

Probably, we have to stop construct more nuclear power plants but install geo-thermal electricity generation facilities.

Then, it will cover as much as 30% of total needs for electricity in Japan.

Mar 3:22 And the scribes which came down from Jerusalem said, He hath Beelzebub, and by the prince of the devils casteth he out devils.

Mar 3:23 And he called them unto him, and said unto them in parables, How can Satan cast out Satan?

Mar 3:24 And if a kingdom be divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

"And the Holy Ghost descended" - (Atomic Energy Doubted)


Atomic Energy Doubted

Globally intensive discussions are going on about the Fukushima nuclear power plant tragedy.

Even safety of Tokyo is focused on as some reports on vegetable contamination and seawater radioactive-influence are flowing widely in and outside Japan.

Yet, the core of the issue is about how much the pressure vessels where nuclear fuel is set can endure and how much the spent-fuel cooling pools can sustain its function.

When electricity from an external power source is provided each of four reactor units of the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant, a clear answer will be obtained. So, we need still a little more time.

PART 22-16:

Electricity from an outside power source is now provided for Central Control Room of the 3rd reactor unit of the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant.

Other units will have it to operate pumps for cooling fuel in the pressure vessels and the storage pools.

PART 22-15:

The 1st reactor unit of the Fukushima No.1 Plant was completed in 1971 with an expected scope of operation for 10 years.

It was originally intended to be closed down in 1981 but continued to operate till 2011.

Discussion Thread – Japanese nuclear reactors and the 11 March 2011 earthquake
Posted on 12 March 2011 by Barry Brook

At one plant, the 40-year old Fukushima Daiichi (unit #1 opened in 1971), the backup diesel generators supply power to the core cooling system failed (apparently due to damage from the tsunami). This allowed pressure to build up in at least one of the reactors cores to about 50% higher than normal (unit 1), and requires venting of very mildly radioactive steam (contains trace levels of tritium).

PART 22-14:

Nuclear energy should not be used for electricity generation as a major mean in the electric utility industry.

N-Tech, No Way
Mickey / 15 March 2011 / Commentary, Events, News

And three, because of N-tech’s potential to be hazardous, despite safety measures. All it needs is a tsunami to blow the reactor off the charts.
Japan is reliving pains of historical proportions. Only that this time, it is due to their civilian nuclear energy plants not being able to withstand the recent Sendai earthquake and tsunami.

PART 22-13:

The Magnitude 9.0 earthquake, the hundreds kilometer long tsunami, and the Fukushima Daiichi (No.1) Nuclear Plant malfunction have inflicted a big blow on Japan. Yet, there is no assurance that the U.S. can be exempted from similar triple calamities.

Map of U.S. Nuke Reactors Reveals What Happened in Japan Could Happen in America

Maps of the United States nuclear power plants show many lie along dangerous earthquake zones. There are four nuclear power plants in Southern California, at least one (the Diablo Canyon power plant) rests right next to the ocean like the Fukushima plant in Japan.

PART 22-12:

The Nuclear Energy Agency, part of the international Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, said radiation from the plant was likely to reach everywhere in the northern hemisphere but in extremely small quantities.

PART 22-11:

Harmful rumors of radioactive contamination alienate farmers in Fukushima and Ibaraki Prefectures from accessing consumers. Their vegetables without contamination are rejected in market around Tokyo.

PART 22-10:

The number of locations on roads broken or damaged is 1300 in the disaster-affected area of northeast Japan.

PART 22-9:

TEPCO said: Central Control Room of the 3rd reactor unit and the pump of the 2nd unit of Fukushima No.1 Plant to have electricity tonight.

PART 22-8:

Iodine 131 was found in the ground 40 km north of the Fukushima Plant to be 400 times larger than a normal concentration value.

PART 22-7:

The number of evacuees from the disaster-affected area of northeast Japan is now 310,000.

PART 22-6:

Many volunteers contribute radiation measurement to a collective reporting site:

PART 22-5:

The number of houses and buildings totally or partially damaged and destroyed is about 130,000 in this 3/11 Great Disaster of Japan.

PART 22-4:

A Thai Air force plane has carried Thai people out of Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, to Thailand.

PART 22-3:

US C-17 air carriers conveyed 93 tons of supplies while a Japan's Air Force C-130s 20 tons of goods to Sendai Airport on Sunday.

PART 22-2:

Fukushima City (80 Km from the power plant) shows 156 times larger; Tokyo (250 Km) shows 3 times larger radiation than normal, most recently, according a TV news report at 0:35 p.m.

PART 22-1:

A little high radiation level was measured on the sea surface around the Fukushina Nuclear Power Plant.

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Luk 3:22 And the Holy Ghost descended in a bodily shape like a dove upon him, and a voice came from heaven, which said, Thou art my beloved Son; in thee I am well pleased.

Monday, March 21, 2011

"he that doeth truth cometh to the light" - (Fukushima Radiation)


Fukushima Radiation

In January 2010, a big earthquake hit Haiti.

No Japanese are victimized.

In February of 2011, a big earthquake hit New Zealand, sacrificing 30 or so Japanese at Christchurch.

Then, big earthquakes and tsunami hit the northeast part of Honshu Island, Japan, taking lives of 20,000 people.

This series of warning must not be missed. A divine intension must be searched for. Why does Japan have to be hit so hard at this time, though in a series of the global natural disasters?

And, one answer may be nuclear power generation.

PART 21-9:

Japanese Prime Minister Mr. Naoto Kan officially ordered stop of delivery of spinach and other vegetables harvested in Fukushima Prefecture, Ibaraki Prefecture, etc. Milk from Fukushima Pref. is included.

The order was issued by law based on results of measuring radiation from vegetables and milk.

PART 21-8:

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan makes public everyday the monitoring results of a radiation level in Tokyo.

(Click to enlarge.)

The unit of the graph is micro sievert.

PART 21-7:

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan makes public everyday the monitoring results of radiation and radioactive materials around the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant.

(Click to enlarge.)

The unit of figures in the map is micro sievert per hour.

PART 21-6:

An American scientist calculated the effect of the Fukushima nuclear power plant trouble to find that North America is safe from this radioactive crisis.
North America Safe From Radioactive Particles
By Brandon Keim March 14, 2011

Radioactive particles from the failing Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station pose little immediate risk to North America, and should fall into the Pacific before reaching western shores.

PART 21-5:

US Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Fukushima Radiation Map:

(Click to enlarge.)

PART 21-4:

In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, visiting President Mr. Barack Obama reportedly called for a prayer for victims of the 3/11 Great Disaster of Northeast Japan, since there are many Japanese Brazilians in the city.

PART 21-3:

Yesterday, the radiation at Tokyo-Narita Airport is 0.95 milli sievert per year; Tokyo-Haneda Airport 0.39 milli sievert per year, though Narita is 30-km northeast of Tokyo (Haneda).

However, it is at 100 milli sievert per year that the human body is affected by radioactive rays, especially at an airport.

PART 21-2:

Among 400 square kilometers of land, northeast Japan, covered by tsunami, more than 30% has still remaining pools of seawater 10 days after the disaster.

Note that New York City has an area size of 780 square kilometers and London 1579 square kilometers; Paris 105 square kilometers.

PART 21-1:

A U.S. Navy helicopter delivered foods and good to evacuees of the 3/11 Great Disaster at a shelter in O-funato, Iwate Prefecture, northeast Japan.

They came without a prior-notice. They flew in without coordination with the Japanese Government. But they were welcomed so much.

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Joh 3:21 But he that doeth truth cometh to the light, that his deeds may be made manifest, that they are wrought in God.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant at Crisis

Tokyo Bay

Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant at Crisis

A week has already passed since the occurrence of the great earthquake/tsunami disaster on March 11, 2011.

The main concern is now about the state of the Fukushima No.1 (Daiichi) Nuclear Power Plant where four nuclear reactors are installed.

The 1st and 3rd units had suffered a major hydrogen blast, blowing off ceilings and walls of their housing buildings.

The 4th unit was empty in its pressure vessel as all the fuel rods were placed in the cooling water pool, but now temperature of the pool has been increasing.

The second unit has its suppression pool under the reactor vessel partially blown as I reported on March 15.

Some vegetables taken in the Fukushina Prefecture, 200 km northeast of Tokyo, and the Ibaraki Prefecture, south of Fukushima, show a higher level of radiation than usual, though it is not threatening to the human body.

Tokyo and its adjacent areas are not threatened by the radioactive influences from the Fukushima No.1 Plant which is situated 250 km or 150 miles northeast of the metropolitan center of Tokyo.

PART 20-10:

Air pollution kills 656,000 people per year in China (as of 2007).

Western Japan is a little affected by air and dust flowing from China, namely from the Asian continent to the Pacific Ocean.

Yet, some Japanese residents around Tokyo are reportedly heading for Western Japan, or the Osaka area, due to a possible radioactive influence.

Again, Western Japan is a little more affected than the Tokyo area by air and dust flowing from China, namely from the Asian continent to the Pacific Ocean.

PART 20-9:

Japan is the country that uses the least amount of primary energy per GDP, leveraging advanced technology.

Total Primary Energy Use per GDP

1. JAPAN...1.0
2. EU 27...1.8
3. USA...2.1
4. Australia...2.5
5. Canada...3.1
6. Korea...3.2
7. Thailand...6.1
8. Middle East...6.3
9. India...7.8
10. Indonesia...8.3
11. China...8.3
12. Russia...16.8
-. World Average...3.1


PART 20-8:

Now 210 helicopters and 325 fixed wings of the Japanese Self Defense Forces are operating in rescue/aid work for evacuees of the disaster.

PART 20-7:

A NASA scientist has found that the 3/11 Great Earthquake of Japan has some influence on the earth itself.

Japan Quake May Have Shortened Earth Days, Moved Axis

His calculations indicate that by changing the distribution of Earth's mass, the Japanese earthquake should have caused Earth to rotate a bit faster, shortening the length of the day by about 1.8 microseconds (a microsecond is one millionth of a second).

The calculations also show the Japan quake should have shifted the position of Earth's figure axis (the axis about which Earth's mass is balanced) by about 17 centimeters (6.5 inches), towards 133 degrees east longitude.

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Ibaraki Prefecture Government "asked" Agricultural Co-Operative not to deliver their products till the radiation issue is settled down.

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IAEA announced that their staff did not detect radioactive materials in Tokyo.

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The combined number of confirmed deaths and those missing has reached 19,000 for the 3/11 Great Northeast Japan Disaster.

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External power cables were connected to pumps of the 1st and 2nd units of Fukushima No.1 Plant, waiting for operation to cool the reactors.

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Yesterday's heroic work by 50 crews of Tokyo Fire Department is highly praised this morning on each TV station as they set a water-cannon car before the 3rd reactor unit site which can automatically spray water.

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Discharging of water to the 4th reactor unit of Fukushima No.1 Plant started this morning, around 8:20 a.m., with Self-Defense-Force vehicles, reducing radiation.

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Hydrogen-Gas Explosion of the 3rd Reactor Unit on March 14

Hydrogen-Gas Explosion of the 1st Reactor Unit on March 12

The explosion has not remarkably damaged the containment vessel and the pressure vessel of the reactor in each unit.

The explosion was triggered by the power outage in the Plant due to the great earthquake and tsunami that occurred on March 11. Accordingly, the cooling pump of water circulating between the reactor pressure vessel and the turbine for electricity generation stopped in each unit. It then depleted water inside the vessel to have nuclear fuel exposed to the space in the vessel. Subsequently metal covers of nuclear fuel melted, generating hydrogen gas which sparked when leaking outside the vessel and touching oxygen. Then, the ceiling and walls of the unit building housing the vessels were blown off as the above pictures indicate.

Now, power restoration work is going on to operate the pumps on site, using an external power source.