Saturday, May 21, 2011

"when Jesus was passed over again by ship" - (EEE-Religion)

Tokyo Bay...


Who is the first man that prayed to God(s) in the human history?

And, will there be the last man who will pray to the God in the human history?

It decides the span of the history of mankind.

Even before Abraham, there was relationship between mankind and the God.

And, even after Christ Jesus, Islam was given to some people.

To neglect them all or to accept them all is the only reasonable behavior expressing full fear of the God.

SECTION I: God and Mankind

SECTION II: God and Hell

SECTION III: God vs. Money

SECTION IV: Good and Evil; Life and Death

Life and death of a living thing is essentially a matter of a biological and physical phenomenon.

There is, basically, no good and evil in death and life of a living thing other than mankind.

But, good and evil are strongly related to life and death of a man.

A man of good can have an eternal life and a man of evil will be condemned to eternal death.

In other word, for a man, good or evil must be a more important issue than life or death.

In this context, ultimately, there is no meaning in a happy life or a happy death, but there is in a blessed life or a blessed death, since the issue is an eternal life. However, it can be a tragic life or a tragic death like the case of Jesus Christ, though eventually it would turn to be a blessed life or a blessed death as the history proves.

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There is a Christian priest who does not believe existence of Heaven and the hell. Everything spiritual and supernatural he cannot understand. The Bible is just a mere story of a mysterious religion founder. But, as he could not become an elite member of a company where he worked, he decided to take over his family's business, namely a Christian priest. Yet, he became a somewhat successful priest. But, he still cannot understand Heaven and the hell and any other spiritual things. He has never caught a glimpse of a living figure of Jesus Christ in his life, though he cannot understand what the son of God means.

If there is any one of such priests in the Christian world, it is a failure. The Christian world has failed. It applies to Judaism and Islam. And, they have also failed.

Nonetheless, pious Christians, pious Muslims, and pious Judaists are possible. But, professional leaders of the religions have failed. They must all be deprived of their religious titles, such as a priest.

Only the God can give a religious title to a man. So, the God gave the title of the Son of God to Christ Jesus.

Anyway at least do not follow a religious leader who has more money than you have. It is so since he must look more foolish than you to the eye of the God.

By the way, in my theory, life is a form of spirit. Therefore, science of mankind cannot create life from material, since it is the God who governs spirit. And, this universe consists of only two elements: living things and nonliving matter. When a man found himself to be one of living things to be destined to die someday, a religion started to emerge.

Mar 5:17 And they began to pray him to depart out of their coasts.

Mar 5:18 And when he was come into the ship, he that had been possessed with the devil prayed him that he might be with him.

Mar 5:19 Howbeit Jesus suffered him not, but saith unto him, Go home to thy friends, and tell them how great things the Lord hath done for thee, and hath had compassion on thee.

Mar 5:20 And he departed, and began to publish in Decapolis how great things Jesus had done for him: and all men did marvel.

Mar 5:21 And when Jesus was passed over again by ship unto the other side, much people gathered unto him: and he was nigh unto the sea.

Friday, May 20, 2011

"Man, thy sins are forgiven thee" - (Unlawful Killings)

Tokyo Bay!

To Tokyo

Back to Tokyo

From Fukushima Back to Tokyo (not remnants of tsunami but paddy fields)
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Unlawful Killings

In January 1995, a great inland earthquake hit Kobe City, western Japan, taking 6000 lives.

Then, in March 1995, a cult group called Aum launched a sarin gas attack in Tokyo subway systems, killing scores of citizens and injuring 6000 commuters.

The year 1995 was truly symbolic for Japan where people were still half intoxicated in the aftermath of the late 1980's bubble economy.

In March 2011, an M9.0 great earthquake hit and a 500-km wide tsunami rushed to northeast Honsyu Island, Japan.

Then, in May 2011, American special troops attacked and executed the head of AlQaeda in Pakistan.

The year 2011 is truly symbolic for Japan, the U.S., and Muslims.

Yet, six years after 1995, the 9/11 Terror occurred in New York in 2001.

Most probably, history would take a similar scenario; we had better get prepared for 2017.

Joh 20:17 Jesus saith unto her, Touch me not; for I am not yet ascended to my Father: but go to my brethren, and say unto them, I ascend unto my Father, and your Father; and to my God, and your God.

SECTION I: Connections

It is very interesting that President Mr. Barack Obama did not take into consideration what was planned in the British Royal Family when he ordered the attack on Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan.
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It is unthinkable that the death of Princess Diana in Paris in 1997 did not have any influence on Osama bin Laden, since the fatal accident in Paris involved a Muslim sitting at Diana's side in the car.

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Yet, it is interesting that both the Bush Administration and AlQaeda contributed to making Iraq, rather than Afghanistan, Pakistan, or Saudi Arabia or otherwise Dubai, the main theater of the War on Terror.

But, it is reality that some Muslims have been engaged in terror in some part of the world in these decades.

It should be also noted that behind terror there is wealth and oil money.

The U.K. has been busy in selling arms and military licenses to Islamic nations in the Middle East.

UK arms sales to the Middle East and North Africa: who do we sell to, how much is military and how much just 'controlled'?
How big are arms sales to the Middle East and North Africa? The unrest in Libya, Tunisia, Egypt and across the region has brought attention to one of the UK's most successful export markets: military equipment.

UK's Tony Blair says ending probe of Saudi arms deal was right decision for Britain
The Associated Press
Published: January 16, 2007

LONDON: Prime Minister Tony Blair said Tuesday that Britain needed Saudi Arabia's help in fighting terrorism, and that ending a bribery probe of Saudi arms deals with BAE Systems PLC was the right decision.

Blair has come under criticism for calling off the Serious Fraud Office's probe of allegations that BAE made unauthorized payments to members of the Saudi royal family to secure a contract in the 1980s.

So, this is a crazy world involving terror, crude oil, arms sales, and networks of Anglo-Saxon politicians and high society with Arabic rulers and businessmen.

And, even Bloomberg would not neglect "Unlawful Killing."
Diana Death Questioned in Cannes 'Unlawful Killing' Debut
By Farah Nayeri - May 14, 2011 2:40 AM GMT+0900

The circumstances of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Dodi al-Fayed were questioned today in a documentary financed by 2.5 million pounds ($4 million) from al-Fayed's father Mohammed al-Fayed.
A number of U.K. TV channels refused funding, so he turned to Egyptian-born businessman al-Fayed for the money, Allen said. Asked how much, Allen said he didn't know; an al-Fayed representative stepped in to give the figure.

The documentary details events up to and after the crash, and highlights what it presents as suspicious elements, such as the absence of CCTV images of the car driving the princess; the never-identified driver of a Fiat Uno that was reported to have followed closely behind; and the delay in getting the princess to the hospital.

One common thing between the case of Osama bin Laden and the one of Princess Diana seems to be that they were killed unlawfully without respect for their humanity and dignity, even if Osama bin Laden was the true Islamic principal of the 9/11 Terror and Princess Diana was making the British royal system endangered through her personal connection with Muslims which might have been however set up by the Islamic Mafia.

Any rich man who knows truth about the long and winding connection between Osama bin Laden and Princess Diana would keep silence so that he or she would not become an enemy of richer and more influential gray eminences.

SECTION II: Tsunami to Sendai Airport on March 11

The Sendai Airport recovery work has become a symbol of corporation from the American military.

Yet, it is heartbreaking to see how the airport in the suburb of the main city of northeast Japan, Sendai City, is helpless to a great tsunami.

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To family members who lost their parents or children in the great disaster of Japan on March 11, 2011, the day March 10 must be history.

Indeed, till March 10, a million people directly affected by the earthquake/tsunami were living a peaceful life.

For 100,000 people still living in shelters today, the day March 10 must be history.

And, the day March 10 must be forever existent in the history book prepared by the God.

Conversely, the day September 10 must be forever existent also in the history book prepared by Allah.

The day everybody starts to Heaven or the hell.

(They sang for departure and launching to the space and the future around 1971, from a fossil city looking for lost time...

Luk 5:20 And when he saw their faith, he said unto him, Man, thy sins are forgiven thee.

Luk 5:21 And the scribes and the Pharisees began to reason, saying, Who is this which speaketh blasphemies? Who can forgive sins, but God alone?

Luk 5:22 But when Jesus perceived their thoughts, he answering said unto them, What reason ye in your hearts?

Luk 5:23 Whether is easier, to say, Thy sins be forgiven thee; or to say, Rise up and walk?

Thursday, May 19, 2011

”Then answered Jesus and said unto them” - (Comparison with Chernobyl)

Onahama Port with traces of the tsunami

2 Months after the Tsunami

In Iwaki City, Fukushima
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Comparison with Chernobyl

The U.K. is on the opposite side to Japan over the Eurasia Continent.

However, there are no volcanoes, earthquakes, and tsunamis in Great Britain. The U.K. is a very monotonous and simple country compared with Japan. However, the Anglo-Saxons have prevailed in the world, especially, in Canada, the U.S., New Zealand, Australia, etc., enjoying the status of English as a global language.

The Japanese language is mostly spoken in Japan. Japanese people who immigrated into other countries do not usually transfer Japanese unique cultural aspects to their children born and raised in foreign countries. They are no more members of the Japanese Civilization.

Yet, the Japanese people have suffered from far more testing time than the Anglo-Saxons. And, the God has added one challenge on Japan recently: the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident that started on March 11, 2011. So, this is a very apocalyptic event for mankind.
Rev 3:11 Behold, I come quickly: hold that fast which thou hast, that no man take thy crown.

Rev 20:11 And I saw a great white throne, and him that sat on it, from whose face the earth and the heaven fled away; and there was found no place for them.

SECTION I: No Deaths in Fukushima Daiichi Accident

The big difference between the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident and Chernobyl's is that no accidental deaths from radiation have been reported in Fukushima Daiichi while many people lost their life in Chernobyl.

Chernobyl disaster
Thirty one deaths are directly attributed to the accident, all among the reactor staff and emergency workers.[9] A UNSCEAR report places the total confirmed deaths from radiation at 64 as of 2008. The World Health Organization (WHO) suggests it could reach 4,000.[10] A 2006 report predicted 30,000 to 60,000 cancer deaths as a result of Chernobyl fallout.[11] A Greenpeace report puts this figure at 200,000 or more.[12] A Russian publication, Chernobyl, concludes that 985,000 excess deaths occurred between 1986 and 2004 as a result of radioactive contamination.

Though there are four reactor units crippled in Fukushima Daiichi, Chernobyl had only one reactor blasted and broken.

As a phenomenon, the Chernobyl case was a momentary all-out explosion, spraying all the nuclear fuel inside the reactor. But, the Fukushima Daiichi case looks like a long, slow, and persistent leakage of radioactive material from the four reactor units each of which was damaged by hydrogen explosion or fire.

The process to recover from the disaster is also different. In Chernobyl, essentially it is work for cleanup but in Fukushima Daiichi it is efforts to put nuclear fuel and contaminated water under control while the fuel is generating heat and poured water for cooling is turning to be new contaminated water.

There were 3.6 tons of uranium in the blown-off reactor of Chernobyl, but there are total 24 tons of uranium (including spent uranium) at stake in the four damaged reactors of Fukushima Daiichi. So, it is one digit larger in terms of scale for Fukushima Daiichi. Difficulty in fixing this 2011 Japanese nuclear accident lies in this size.

SECTION II: One Year Accumulation of Radioactive Material

The forecast of accumulated radioactive effect around Fukushima Daiichi is as follows:
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The red area is for more than 20 milli sieverts. The watery area is for 1 to 5 milli sieverts. (100 rem = 1 sievert.)

For reference, the number of deaths for received radioactive intensity in Chernobyl is as follows:
Clean-up Workers: 100 mSv; 200 died of leukemia, 2000 died of cancer (among 240,000).

Highly Polluted People: 50 mSv; 100 died of leukemia, 1500 died of cancer (among 270,000).

30-km Evacuees: 33 msV; 10 died of leukemia, 150 died of cancer (among 120,000).

Contaminated People: 10 mSv; 370 died of leukemia, 4600 died of cancer (among 5,000,000).

SECTION III: Tsunami Pictures at Fukushima Daiichi

Two months after the 3/11 Tsunami, Tokyo Electric Power Corporation finally made public pictures of tsunami rushing to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear PLant.
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Now in Japan, a big focus is on how long Prime Minister Mr. Naoto Kan can sustain his status as prime minister.

His approval rating is around 25%, despite the current crisis of Fukshima Daiichi, and the rating for the ruling party DPJ is in the downward trend as the opposition LDP gains more support from voters nowadays.

Yet, he has done one remarkable job: a halt of operation of the Hamaoka Nuclear Power Plant 200 km west of Tokyo. Maybe only for this bold action, he might be allowed to keep power so far, though he has not followed ordinary democratic procedures in requesting a utility company to stop generating electricity in Hamaoka.

Anyway, it is the conservative pro-American LDP that fostered the nuclear power industry in Japan since 1960 as it had been in power till the fall of 2009. So, the responsibility for the Fukshima Daiichi accident must be shared by the LDP and the DPJ.

As even the Emperor and Empress visited so many times the earthquake/tsunami affected areas to express sympathy to victims and evacuees in these weeks, the Japanese people have come to realize that the 3/11 Disaster is a real warning from Heaven.

Over this tragedy with 26,000 deaths and a drop of GDP by 3.7%, the Japanese people would learn a lesson that the God can unleash the destructive natural power at His will at any time, if it takes a form of a great tsunami that could happen only once in 1000 years.

But, what has been so wrong with Japan? Was Japan punished on March 11, 2011? Were the Japanese punished like Judaists in 1930's and 1940's? Indeed, the history belongs to the God. We mankind live for the God and the history eventually.

So, in 2004 Indonesia was hit; in 2008 China was hit; in 2010 Haiti was hit; and in 2011 Christchurch, New Zealand, was hit, though Chile miners were all saved in 2010. Truly, the history belongs to the God. We mankind live for the God and the history eventually.

And, EEE Reporter has survived the 3/11 Disaster, just to make sure...

Joh 5:19 Then answered Jesus and said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, The Son can do nothing of himself, but what he seeth the Father do: for what things soever he doeth, these also doeth the Son likewise.

Joh 5:20 For the Father loveth the Son, and sheweth him all things that himself doeth: and he will shew him greater works than these, that ye may marvel.


Wednesday, May 18, 2011

"and to lay him before him" - (Hydrogen Explosion)

Onahama Port, Iwaki City, 2 months after the tsunami

Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture

Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
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Hydrogen Explosion

For nuclear power generation, 99% of efforts should be spent for prevention of leakage of radioactive material.

For this purpose, any explosion in the reactor building and the reactor vessel should be avoided.

Higher pressure could destroy the reactor vessel, leading to spraying and scattering of radioactive material into the environment.

Higher temperature could cause meltdown of uranium fuel, and generation of hydrogen gas inside the pressure vessel and its explosion in the reactor building.

The worst case is the bursting of the pressure vessel due to higher pressure. The second worst is the hydrogen explosion inside the reactor building. And, the last is the meltdown of uranium fuel.

But, it is not so complicated. If utility companies spend 10 times more money for protective measures, these possible accidents can be surely avoided. So, the true issue is that power companies are not educated so as to take full measures for disaster prevention by spending money as much as possible.

However, it is true that it is thought that it could happen only once in 1000 years that the beach where Fukuhsima Daiich Plant stands would suffer from a 15-meter high tsunami triggered by an M9.0 earthquake.

SECTION I: Hydrogen Explosion in Reactor Building

The mechanism that induced hydrogen gas in Fukushima Daiichi reactors is described as follows:

Zr (zirconium) + 2H2O (water) --> ZrO2 (zirconia) + 2H2 (hydrogen)

Zirconium is used as material for a metal frame to hold uranium fuel.

When uranium fuel got heated due to a lack of coolant water, its heat melts the metal frame so that zirconium seeps out of the metal frame to touch water inside the pressure vessel. Then, zirconium is changed to zirconia, inducing hydrogen gas out of the water.

This hydrogen, when meeting oxygen in the reactor building space out of the containment vessel, exploded to cause the large scale radioactive contamination around Fukushima Daiichi on March 12, 2011, even threatening Tokyo at one time.

Hydrogen Gas: Metal frame for uranium fuel --> Pressure vessel --> Containment vessel --> Reactor building --> Explosion

It is apparent that a frame to hold uranium fuel must have been made of material that never induces hydrogen gas when heated due to a trouble in the pressure vessel. It is a basic design problem. Improvement at this point can allow for avoidance of the kind of explosion as observed in Fukushima Daiichi. It is so basic and simple. It is a matter of material for a frame to hold uranium fuel.

Note that walls and floors of the reactor building are made of 1 to 2 meter thick concrete plates and slabs. And, reportedly the foundation of the building is 8 meters thick. The ceiling is reportedly made weak intentionally so that a possible explosion would have its bomb blast escape the building.

SECTION II: Not Uranium but Zirconium that is Dangerous

But why was zirconium adopted for component material in the nuclear reactor?
Published on Saturday, March 12, 2011 by
Behind the Hydrogen Explosion at the Fukushima Nuclear Plant
by Karl Grossman
That is because a highly volatile substance called zirconium was chosen back in the 1940's and 50's, when plans were first developed to build nuclear power plants, as the material to be used to make the rods into which radioactive fuel would be loaded.

There are 30,000 to 40,000 rods—composed of twenty tons of zirconium—in an average nuclear power plant. Many other substances were tried, particularly stainless steel, but only zirconium worked well. That's because zirconium, it was found, allows neutrons from the fuel pellets in the rods to pass freely between the rods and thus a nuclear chain reaction to be sustained.

But there's a huge problem with zirconium—it is highly volatile and when hot will explode spontaneously upon contact with air, water or steam.

The only other major commercial use of zirconium through the years has been in flashbulbs used in photography. A speck of it, on a flashbulb, ignites to provide a flash of light.

But in a nuclear plant, we're not talking about specks—but tons and tons of zirconium, put together as a compound called "zircaloy" that clads tens of thousands of fuel rods.

Heat, a great deal of heat, builds up in a very short time with any interruption of coolant flow in a nuclear power plant—the problem at Fukushima after the earthquake that struck Japan.

Zirconium, with the explosive power, pound for pound, of nitroglycerine, will catch fire and explode at a temperature of 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit, well below the 5,000 degree temperature of a meltdown.

Before then, however, zirconium reacts to the heat by drawing oxygen from water and steam and letting off hydrogen, which itself can explode—and is said to have done so at Fukushima.

As a result of such a hydrogen explosion, there is additional heat—bringing the zirconium itself closer and closer to its explosive level.

Whether in addition to being a hydrogen explosion, zirconium also exploded at Fukushima remains to be known.

But what has happened regarding hydrogen at Fukushima, like the "hydrogen bubble" when the Three Mile Island plant in Pennsylvania underwent its near partial meltdown, is no mystery—but precisely what is expected in a loss-of-coolant accident.

It is described in U.S. government and nuclear industry accident studies as a "metal-water" reaction. It's a reaction, the research has long stated, that can easily trigger a meltdown.

Using tons of a material otherwise used as the speck that explodes in a flashbulb in nuclear power plants —yes, absolutely crazy.
Yet, a new type of fuel rods with a stainless steel frame is now manufactured and introduced into the reactor, so that hydrogen explosion can be avoided.

Anyway, when some engineers decided to use zircaloy for a metal frame to house uranium fuel in 1950's, the fate of Fukushima Daiichi of 2011 was decided. It was not meltdown of uranium fuel inside the pressure vessel but hydrogen gas generated through interaction between zircaloy and water at a temperature lower than that for meltdown that caused this large-scale nuclear contamination accident in Fukushima Daiichi.

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There are many arguments about how much radioactive contamination has expanded around the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant.

Some say that it is more than Chernobyl; Others (mostly those close to the Government) say it is not dangerous for children to receive 20 milli sieverts per year. Anyway, data is collected by various parties concerned, including the US Government.

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(Not only samurai, but townsmen and gangsters belted on a kind of swords once in Japan.

Luk 5:18 And, behold, men brought in a bed a man which was taken with a palsy: and they sought means to bring him in, and to lay him before him.

Luk 5:19 And when they could not find by what way they might bring him in because of the multitude, they went upon the housetop, and let him down through the tiling with his couch into the midst before Jesus.

Luk 5:20 And when he saw their faith, he said unto him, Man, thy sins are forgiven thee.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

"not come to destroy" - (Meltdown in Fukushima Daiichi)

Onahama Port Area, Fukushima Prefecture - 2 months after the tsunami

Iwaki City Street

Iwaki Station, Fukushima Prefecture

Tokyo-to-Iwaki Express Train

Meltdown in Fukushima Daiichi

Japan has no intention to be armed with nuclear weapons.

But, there is no denying a fact that some conservative politicians who introduced the nuclear power generation technology from the U.S. to Japan around 1960 had a secret vision to prepare Japan for possible nuclear armament in future.

This underlying policy has long survived but it must be terminated, since the Japanese Government has recently set a target of making nuclear 50% of all the Japanese power stations in a decade.

SECTION I: Meltdown Fuel in Fukushima Daiichi

It gave a great impact to the Japanese people: Nuclear fuel in the Fukushima plant started to melt down several hours after the occurrence of the 3/11 earthquake/tsunami, most probably, as a record about the water level made by TEPCO staff on site suggested.

This record and other internal information on March 11 and at an early stage of the accident were made public for the first time only yesterday by TEPCO.

If nuclear fuel was heated so much, it could scatter radioactive material to the environment or cause hydrogen explosion through heating metal inside the vessels. Otherwise, a chain reaction might happen leading to recriticality where many harmful neutrons are discharged.

Accordingly, water has been provided into the pressure reactor at a pace 8 to 10 tons per hour, though it is understood now that most of water is leaking from a hole at the piping on the bottom of not only the pressure vessel but also the containment vessel. Yet, it is taking away heat from nuclear fuel melted and fallen to the bottom of the pressure vessel.

The most significant finding is that this situation must be also existent in the No.2 reactor unit and the No.3 reactor unit but not only in the No.1 reactor unit.

The worst finding is that people concerned in the Kan Cabinet, the Nuclear Safety Commission of Japan, the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency of Japan, and TEPCO understood that there was a higher possibility that nuclear fuel was already melted and the vessels had already cracking late at night of March 11, but they did not mention it at all till yesterday, namely, for two months to the Japanese voters and taxpayers.

SECTION II: Chinese Secret Nuclear Bomb Tests

China has conducted many nuclear bomb tests in Islamic territory of Central Asia, especially around an ancient Islamic city, Laulan.

China's nuclear tests in Silk Road and Japan's task

There are a several countries that possess nuclear weapons and that have conducted the nuclear weapon tests. Yet, China is the only country that carried out the extensive atmospheric nuclear test on residential area. The nuclear tests were carried out without any concern of the ramification that the tests would surely bring.
China conducted 46 nuclear tests between 1964-1996 near Loulan in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (East Turkistan). The combined output was 20 megaton and it caused deadly health damage and environmental contamination.
China conducted 46 nuclear tests that count 20 megaton of output in Lop Nur in East Turkistan from 1964 to 1996.
Kazakhstan, 1000 km away from Lop Nur has detected the amount of radiation that harms human's health. Nuclear tests were carried out until 1996 and yet it is considered that Uyghurs are suffering from health damages and the environmental damages are not healed yet. Chinese government's immediate information disclosure and remedy for the victims are desired.
As Japan is the first country victimized by the atomic bomb and also as the leader of the freedom and democracy in Asia, we have to support the 3 ethnic groups to make Chinese government to hold atomic sanitary measure and fund the security for the victims of the nuclear test.'s%20nuclear%20tests%20in%20Silk%20Road%20and%20Japan's%20task

It is said that 190,000 people died and 1,290,000 people got sick because of these Chinese nuclear bomb tests.

In addition, as NHK and other Japanese media created a "silk road" boom in Japan, 270,000 Japanese tourists visited Laulan and other sightseeing spots in the "silk road" area of the Chinese territory between 1964 and 1996. Some of them have been most likely affected by radioactive material Chinese atomic bombs had sprayed in the desert area.

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When the Cold War was over with the Soviet Union collapsing in 1991, all the Japanese thought that nuclear weapons became relics of the past. Even the U.S. looked like losing a passion to promote nuclear energy at the time.

Yet, the so-called Nuclear Renascence is going on nowadays all over the world, which should be put under control of the God.

This must be a lesson of Fukushima Daiichi.

Mat 5:17 Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil.

Mat 5:18 For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.

Monday, May 16, 2011

"him that was possessed with the devil" - (New Facts on Fukushima Daiichi)

To North from Tokyo
To Fukushima from Tokyo
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New Facts about Fukushima Daiich

Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture, is located 30 km to 60 km south of Fukushima Daiichi Plant, though its radiation level is about 0.23 micro-sieverts while the prefecture capital Fukushima City suffers from 1.41 micro sieverts (Tokyo about 0.07).

Hence, 340,000 residents in the city are being victimized by bad rumors that industrial and agricultural products from Iwaki are contaminated by radio active material discharged by Fukushima Daiichi.

Iwaki City lost 300 people and missed 82 people in the 3/11 Disaster. So, it is one of the nearest cities to Tokyo as a Disaster affected city, since an express train links the city with Tokyo over a 200 km line running mostly on a Pacific coastal area. (

SECTION I: No Blaming Game for Fukushima Daiichi Accident

Two months after the great earthquake and tsunami on March 11, truth about the situation at Fukushima Daiichi has been revealed by the Japanese media.

So, it is now clear why and how the No.1 nuclear reactor exploded in the afternoon of March 12. Around 7:30 p.m. of March 11, a large amount of hydrogen gas started to be discharged from heated metal frames housing the nuclear fuel to result in hydrogen explosion at 3:36 p.m. of March 12. (
Fukushima Daiichi Event Timeline
March 11, 2011
At 2:46 pm: The Fukushima Daiichi Plant was attacked by an M9.0 earthquakei.

Around 3:00 pm: A higher level of radiation was measured in the No.1 reactor unit building, housing the pressure vessel and the containment vessel, before tsunami coming.

At 3:30 pm: The Fukushima Daiichi Plant was attacked by a 15-meter high tsunami.

At 3:42 pm: TEPCO made an emergency report to the Government on loss of AC power source.

At 4:36 pm: The underground floor of the turbine building was found to be immersed by sea water; emergency cooling system stopped.

At 4:36 pm: TEPCO made an emergency report to the Government on a halt of emergency cooling.

At 7:03 pm: The Government declared a state of nuclear emergency.

Around 7:30 pm: Nuclear fuel in the No.1 reactor unit was wholly exposed to the space or above filled water due to a loss of power source for the pumps to circulate coolant water. Accordingly, a large amount of hydrogen gas started to be discharged from heated metal frames housing the nuclear fuel.

Around 7:50 pm: Meltdown started with fuel falling down to the bottom of the No.1 pressure vessel.

Around 8:30 pm: Emergency water supply to the pressure vessel was halted. Chairman of the Nuclear Safety Commission Madarame advised performing forcible ventilation (vent) of the pressure vessel.

At 8:50 pm: Residents within 3 km of the Fukushima Daiichi Plant were ordered to evacuate their homes and the area.

At 9:00 pm: Temperature at the reactor core rose to 2800 degrees C at which nuclear fuel surely melts.

Around 10:00 pm: The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency gave a warning to PM Office about a possibility of the hydrogen explosion. PM Office was filled with Prime Minister himself, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Kaieda, Chairman of the Nuclear Safety Commission Madarame, experts of the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency, executives of Tokyo Electric Power Corporation, etc.

At 11:00 pm: Radiation at 1.2 milli sieverts per hour was measured around the double doors connecting the nuclear reactor building to the turbine building, suggesting hydrogen gas was leaking out of the pressure vessel and the containment vessel to the nuclear reactor building where hydrogen gas meets oxygen gas to be exploded 16 hours later.

Now, the opposition LDP is blaming Prime Minister Mr. Natoto Kan for his mishandling the case in these 16 hours.

(Refer to

March 12, 2011

00:00 - Vice Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry arrived at Fukushima Daiichi.

00:15 - PM Kan talked with US President Obama by phone.

01:20 - TEPCO reported to Gov. an abnormal pressure rise inside the 1st reactor's pressure vessel (requesting authorization of opening the valve for releasing radioactive vapor).

01:30 - Gov. agreed or instructed TEPCO to open valves of a ventilation system to release vapor out of the vessel.

01:40 - PM Office delivered a memo to the media stating the "vent" starts at 27:20.

02:00 - PM Kan decided to go and inspect Fukushima Daiichi.

03:00 - Chief Cabinet Secretary Edano ordered TEPCO to delay the "vent" till Gov. announcement.

03:12 - Secretary Edano started to hold a midnight news conference, announcing the "vent" to be done soon.

04:00 - TEPCO was trying to connect the power generator through cables to the reactor units in Fukushima Daiichi.

05:44 - PM Kan ordered evacuation from a 10-km zone of Fukushima Daiichi 

06:00 - TEPCO held a press conference, admitting having a trouble in connecting the provisional power source in Fukushima Daiichi.

06:00 - A crack or a hole was generated at the bottom of the No.1 pressure vessel causing a water level inside the vessel to decrease sharply.

06:08 - PM Kan accepted a standing interview by reporters at the entrance of PM Office.

06:14 - PM Kan left for Fukushima Daiichi 220 km northeast of Tokyo by helicopter from PM Office without putting on the protected gear. Chairman of the Nuclear Safety Commission Madarame accompanied PM Kan.

06:30 - Fresh water started to be supplied to the pressure vessel.

06:50 - Gov. officially ordered TEPCO to perform the "vent."

06:50 - Most of nuclear fuel melted and fell onto the bottom of the pressure vessel of the No.1 nuclear reactor.

07:11 - PM Kan arrived at Fukushima Daiichi to meet TEPCO's vice president Muto and plant director Yoshida.

07:45 - Gov. issued the Declaration of a Nuclear Emergency Situation for Fukushima Daini (No.2) Plant.

08:04 - PM Kan left Fukushima Daiichi for inspection of tsunami-hit areas.

08:30 - TEPCO provided water for the reactor vessel through a fire extinguishing pipe.

09:04 - TEPCO started to open one of two valves needed to be opened for the "vent."

09:11 - The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency ordered TEPCO to conduct the "vent."

10:17 - TEPCO started to open the second valve for the "vent."

10:47 - PM Kan flew back to PM Office from the aerial inspection of Miyagi Prefecture, etc; PM Kan reportedly said to his aids that the nuclear reactors in Fukushima Daiichi would not explode.

11:13 - Pressure in the 1st reactor's pressure vessel dropped.

13:00 - TEPCO poured water into the 1st reactor.

14:15 - The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency announced that there was a possibility of partial meltdown of nuclear fuel as cesium was detected

14:30 - The troubled second valve of the 1st reactor was finally opened. A pressure fall was confirmed.

15:29 - A radiation level monitored at the border to the Daiichi Plant indicated 1015 micro-sieverts or almost 1 milli-sieverts per hour.

15:36 - Hydrogen explosion occurred in the 1st reactor unit.

Then, mayhem started as the world came to know it very soon.

However, till the socialistic DPJ won the general election to take power in September 2009, the conservative LDP had been in charge of governing Japan for 50 years with a short exceptional period. It is the LDP that has been leading the Japanese nuclear community including TEPCO. The LDP looks responsible for not having forced TEPCO to get prepared for a large scale tsunami (which could happen once only in 1000 years).

In a recent short time span, PM Mr. Kan and the DPJ are responsible without doubt, but in a long history after WWII, the LDP is responsible for the Fukushima Daiichi accident.

SECTION II: A Car Encountering Tsunami

A car driver happened to take into video the moment his driven car encountered a tsunami in Chiba Prefecture, north of Tokyo, on March 11, 2011.

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Nuclear power generation is a very odd technology.

It simply uses atomic fission or uranium being burnt to get heat to turn a turbine to generate electricity like coal or crude oil being burnt.

But, if one thermal power plant using a fossil energy resource is exploded, it will not contaminate a 30-km radius zone for years. Yet, if one nuclear power plant using uranium is exploded, it will surely contaminate a 30-km radius zone for years affecting hundreds of thousands or millions of people.

If nuclear power generation uses directly electrons and electro-magnetic waves or radiation for generation of electricity, it can be a new mode of power generation. In this context, even the nuclear fusion technology is not a new mode of power generation.

Of course, burning coal, crude oil, or natural gas is as wild as burning uranium to generate electric power. Wind-power generation is also wild. Probably, the better way is use solar energy.

The world should enter a new era in the quest for a more sophisticated power source, leaving every nuclear facilities behind the 3/11 Disaster of Japan.

(Something close to a memory...

Mar 5:15 And they come to Jesus, and see him that was possessed with the devil, and had the legion, sitting, and clothed, and in his right mind: and they were afraid.

Mar 5:16 And they that saw it told them how it befell to him that was possessed with the devil, and also concerning the swine.

Mar 5:17 And they began to pray him to depart out of their coasts.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

10 Times Denser Than Chernobyl's Radiation

Tokyo Bay

10 Times Denser Than Chernobyl's Radiation

There is an alarming argument about the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accidents.

The amount of radioactive material accidentally discharged from Fukushima Daiichi is one tenth of that having been discharged from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. But, the area where the radioactive material has been littered and sprayed in the Fukushima case is 100 times smaller than that of the Chernobyl case. Accordingly, the density of radioactive material in the affected area for the Fukushima case is (1/10)/(1/100) = 10 times denser than that for the Chernobyl case.

The radioactively contaminated area around Fukushima Daiichi has 10 times stronger radiation density than that around the Chernobyl plant.

It is very shocking and alarming, since the Japanese Government has not announced this calculation result to give a warning to residents around Fukushima Daiichi, though those who have lived within 20 km of the Fukushima plant were already evacuated.

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Today I went out to inspect part of Fukushima Prefecture.

I took to a coastal line to get into a city of the prefecture 190 km north of Tokyo.

Farmers are introducing water to paddy fields for rice planting. Even I could see some cows grazing. Factories, such as Hitachi's, look normal. High school students are behaving as usual. Business is going on as usual on the streets of the city just 30 km south of Fukushima Daiichi.

However, one gram of uranium-235 has 2.56 x 10^21 atoms.

If these uranium atoms were discharged in the air and distributed in an area with the size of 1000 km x 1000 km, how many atoms will be in an area of 1 meter by 1 meter (3 feet by 3 feet)?

It is: 2.56 x 10 ^21 divided by (1000 x 10^3) x (1000 x 10^3)
= 2.56 x 10 ^21 divided by 10^12
= 2.56 x 10 ^9
= 2560000000
= 2.56 billion

All the atoms in one gram of uranium can be evenly distributed in an 1000 km x 1000 km area to have density of 2.56 billion uranium atoms in one square meter.

If all these atoms undergo radioactive decay once per second, it is measured as 2.56 billion becquerels.

However, the allowable dose limit of radioactive iodine for drinking water of 1 liter (kg) is 300 becquerels for grownups in Japan. And, all the drinking water in Japan is within this limit except the area close to Fukuhima Daiichi.

Usually in a nuclear reactor, 1 kilo-grams to 3 kg of uranium is consumed per day, being transformed to radioactive iodine and other types of radioactive atoms.

In this context, mankind can indeed produce electricity by burning uranium but has no technology to control such a large number of atoms which are so small to be 2.56 x 10^21 atoms for 1 gram of uranium.

It is truly sparkling in the world of atoms.

Each radioactive one might look really sparring with one another to fall into further decay.

(A thermal power plant in Ibaraki Prefecture between Fukushima and Chiba/Tokyo; Can be enlarged.)