HERE IT IS FROM THEIR OWN MOUTHS;
PLEASE NOTE, THIS "NEWS FLASH" WAS POSTED AND REVISED Revised: Feb 27, 2014
THIS MONTH, YESTERDAY!
AFTER 3 YEARS!
"'Since December 2011, NOAA has received hundreds of marine debris sighting reports from at-sea vessels and beachgoers in Pacific-area states and British Columbia. These items range in size and type, anything from small plastic bottles to derelict boats. To date, several of these items have been definitively traced back to the tsunami, typically by registration number or some other unique marking.'"
GO SEE THE MAP ITSELF BY CLICKING HERE.
SO WHY IS NOAA FINALLY SHARING THIS INFORMATION NOW?
MY OPINION IS THAT, WITH SO MANY CITIZENS REPORTING AND WITH SO MANY "RECOGNIZED, PEER-REVIEWED" SCIENTISTS BEGINNING TO SET UP A HOWL, THEY HAD NO CHOICE...THE CAT IS OUT OF THE BAG...
"'Confirmed sightings (red triangle) indicate objects that were identified and definitively traced back to the tsunami impact area.
Potential sightings (yellow circle) indicate objects that may be linked to the tsunami, based on location, type, and markings, but that may not have the unique identifiers necessary, such as a serial number or contact information, to confirm its origin.'"
BUT NOW, A LARGER MASS IS COMING ASHORE:
SEE THAT MAP HERE.
AND THE ADMISSION THAT THIS WILL GO ON FOR YEARS:
NOAA expects widely scattered tsunami debris to continue
washing up along Paci c shorelines intermittently over thecoming years, mixed in with non-tsunami marine debrisThe model also takes into account the fact that winds can move different types of debris at different speeds. For example, wind may push an upright boat (large portion above water) faster than a piece of lumber (floating mostly at and below the surface).
NOTHING TO BE CONCERNED ABOUT, RIGHT?...WELL, NO, NOW WE CAN BE CONCERNED BECAUSE NOAA IS CONCERNED, OR SO IT SAYS:
Marine Debris Handling Guidelines
Some West Coast states have established toll-free phone lines for reporting all categories of marine debris, including potentially hazardous debris:
Oregon: Call 2-1-1Marine debris items or significant accumulations potentially related to the tsunami can also be reported to DisasterDebris@noaa.gov with as much information as possible (including its location, the date and time you found it, photos, and any relevant descriptions).
Washington: Call 1-855-WACOAST (Note: The 1-855-WACOAST state hotline set up for reporting marine debris will be taken off-line at 5 p.m. Dec. 31, 2013. People will still be able to report hazardous marine debris – such as gas cans, cylinders and oil drums – 24 hours a day to 1-800-OILS-911.)
Hawaii: Call (808) 587-0400
Potential hazardous materials (HAZMAT)
Examples: Oil or chemical drums, gas cans, propane tanks.
Contact your local authorities (a 911 call), a state emergency response or environmental health agency, and the National Response Center at 1-800-424-8802 to report the item with as much information as possible. Do not touch the item or attempt to move it. Do not contact DisasterDebris@noaa.gov for response assistance.
It is highly unlikely that remains from the tsunami will reach the United States, but if you see human remains anywhere, contact local authorities (a 911 call) and report what you observed. Do not touch or attempt to move them.
If you don't know what it is, don't touch it. If you believe it is a hazardous item, contact local authorities and report it.
Items have made landfall in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, Hawaii, and British Columbia. Mariners have also reported debris as they crossed the North Pacific. Marie debris is pushed through the ocean by wind and currents, and no one is able to accurately predict how winds and currents will behave more than a week in advance; it's similar to predicting the weather. NOAA's models give us an understanding of where debris is located today, but they do not predict where debris will go in the future.
Is the tsunami marine debris radioactive? SO, WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM HERE ON OUT?
"'This debris will likely intermittently scatter along the coast, as was observed in 2011-2012. These expectations are based on general debris behavior, model outputs, and patterns in at-sea sightings reports that all point to debris being widely dispersed over large areas.
The NOAA model shows that bulk of the debris is likely still dispersed north of the Main Hawaiian Islands and east of Midway Atoll. Beachgoers may notice an increase in debris on beaches over many years, in addition to marine debris that normally washes up, depending on where ocean currents carry it.'"
IT ISN'T "JUST" THE RADIATION...
WE DON'T WANT ANY OF IT, BUT IT'S HERE...AND IT JUST KEEPS COMING...
Scientists are particularly interested in the organisms that could be living on objects from Japan reaching the west coast.
"At first we were only thinking about objects like the floating docks, but now we’re finding that all kinds of Japanese organisms are growing on the debris," John Chapman of the Marine Science Center at Oregon State University told Fox News.
"We've found over 165 non-native species so far," he continued. "One type of insect, and almost all the others are marine organisms … we found the European blue mussel, which was introduced to Asia long ago, and then it grew on a lot of these things that are coming across the Pacific ... we’d never seen it here, and we don’t particularly want it here."
THAT'S THE MOST CRIMINAL OF ALL THIS...NO ONE IS MAKING IT STOP.
Dr Ken Buesseler, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Feb. 24, 2014: “What we have to go by right now are models [...] these predict numbers as high as 30 of these becquerels per cubic metre of water. It’s interesting: if this was of greater health concern, we’d be very worried about these factors of ten differences in the models. To my mind, this is not really acceptable. We need better studies and resources to do a better job, because there are many reactors on coasts and rivers and if we can’t predict within a factor of 10 what caesium or some other isotope is downstream – I think that’s a pretty poor job.”
Feb. 6, 2014, RADIO INTERVIEW
Steve Elwart, Professional Engineer, Ph.D., executive research analyst with the Koinonia Institute and subject matter expert for the Department of Homeland Security, when asked if he thinks the u.s. government realizes that Fukushima is a worldwide disaster, replied, '''I think that’s very possible. I think that the government is not going to want to upset a short-term economic sector on the possibility of long-term problem.'"
The 2011 disaster is a story of government lies, corporate ineptitude, and environmental destruction, he commented. There are a lot of unknowns and uncertainty when it comes to what the environmental effects and damage will be, and this is one reason why mainstream media has not extensively covered the topic, he continued.
HOST: '"It could be 10, 15, 20 years, people will die of cancer, they’ll never attribute it to this — and we’re not going to shake up the seafood industry, we’re not going to create panic, we’re just going to keep our mouths shut.'"
JUST GOING TO KEEP THEIR MOUTHS SHUT...WHY NOT?
THEY CHOSE TO KEEP SILENT ABOUT THE DANGER OF ALL THIS AND THE HORRIBLE EFFECTS IT WILL HAVE ON HUMAN BEINGS FOR HUNDREDS OF YEARS.
WHEN THERE MIGHT HAVE BEEN SOME HOPE, SOMETHING THAT COULD BE DONE, NOTHING WAS DONE, AND MAYBE THE VALID REASON WAS THAT IT'S JUST TOO MUCH TO TACKLE, AND THAT NOTHING WE DO CAN STOP WHAT'S COMING...NOT THE CONTAMINATION, NOT THE INCREASE IN CANCERS, NOT THE EVENTUAL INCREASE IN LOST HUMAN LIVES, NOT THE FACT THAT WE'LL EITHER EAT CONTAMINATED FOOD, DRINK CONTAMINATED WATER, BREATHE CONTAMINATED AIR UNTIL WE CEASE LIVING OR WE CAN UST GIVE UP NOW...
NO, TELLING US WOULD HAVE CHANGED NOTHING...RIGHT?
TELLING US COULDN'T STOP THIS, SO THEY CHOSE NOT TO TELL US JUST HOW BAD IT IS...
Published On: Thu, Feb 27th, 2014
SCIENTISTS CONFIRM WE WILL SEE A RISE IN CANCER BECAUSE OF FUKUSHIMA
Indeed, this study refers to the fact that currently the “strategies for dose assessment”, when involving nuclear accidents, are haphazard, and do not follow the universal scientific method. In this study, researchers “propose a comprehensive, systematic approach to estimating radiation doses for the evaluation of health risks, resulting from a nuclear power plant accident.” The study asserts:
“The guidelines we recommend here are intended to facilitate obtaining reliable dose estimations for a range of different exposure conditions. We recognize that full implementation of the proposed approach may not always be feasible because of other priorities during the nuclear accident emergency and because of limited resources in manpower and equipment. The proposed approach can serve as a basis to optimize the value of radiation dose reconstruction following a nuclear reactor accident.”Strategic assessment of radiation dose exposure and dangers to health are based on variations that include:
• Identification of the target population
• Collection of as many individual-based radiation measurements as possible for persons in the target population
• Collection of individual, personal and lifestyle information that can be used for the estimation of individual dose
• Collection of information on the spatial and temporal patterns and variations of the radiation field
• Calculation of realistic radiation doses with efforts to minimize sources of bias
• Validation of the dose estimates by independent measurements or strategies
• Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of the uncertainties associated with dose estimates.
In 2011, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) asserted that “it is appropriate for U.S. residents, within 50 miles of the Fukushima reactors”, to evacuate their immediate environment.
Two years ago, RadNet was being used, although the EPA admitted “that its network isn’t fully operating.” It was stated that RadNet was neglected by the agency and in bad need of repairs and systems updates.
The EPA admitted, that samples revealed, that “elevated radiation levels were found in Alaska, Alabama, California, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands and Washington [and that] traces of radiation also were found as far east as Pennsylvania and Massachusetts.”
"According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), who recently released the study, the answer centers on the need for establishing “reliable and accurate radiation dose estimates for the affected populations.” This study details how scientists do not know the impact of radiation exposure to the human body and how the long-term effects of exposure to Fukushima radiation is still unknown."
WHEN WILL THEY STOP THE FOCUS ON CESIUM AND REFOCUS ON THE PLUTONIUM, THE OTHER RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES RELEASED BY FUKUSHIMA AND STILL BEING RELEASED BY FUKUSHIMA?
WHEN WILL THEY JUST GET ON TV AND THE INTERNET AND TELL THE WHOLE TRUTH?
NO ONE HAS EVER DEALT WITH ANYTHING LIKE FUKUSHIMA BEFORE, AND NO SITE HAS SO CONTINUALLY AND SO TERRIBLY PUMPED THIS MUCH RADIATION INTO THE AIR, THE SEA AND THE SOIL...NOT EVER BEFORE.
OVER 1 MILLION TONS OF FUKUSHIMA DEBRIS IS CURRENTLY OFF OUR WESTERN COAST...BUT, AT THE SAME TIME, JAPAN/TEPCO IS RELEASING ABOUT 400 TONS (LATEST UPDATE STATS) OF CONTAMINATED WATER INTO THE PACIFIC EVERY DAY, OR THEY SAY IT'S "ONLY' 400 TONS PER DAY.
HOW DO WE WEIGH WHAT'S BEING RELEASED INTO THE AIR OVER THAT DAMNED NUCLEAR PLANT?
HOW DO WE MEASURE HOW MUCH OF OUR SOIL AND DRINKING WATER IS ALREADY CONTAMINATED BY "NUCLEAR RAIN" FROM THAT PLACE?
HOW DO WE MEASURE HOW MANY TONS OF RADIOACTIVE AIR WE'RE GOING TO LIVE WITH FOR THE REST OF OUR LIVES?
REUTERS NEWS AND OTHERS HAVE REPORTED ON THE JAPANESE PASSING 'LAWS FOR SECRECY' CONCERNING FUKUSHIMA...
DARE WE IMAGINE THIS HASN'T ALSO BEEN THE CASE HERE IN AMERICA?"Basically, this bill raises the possibility that the kind of information about which the public should be informed is kept secret eternally," Tadaaki Muto, a lawyer and member of a task force on the bill at the Japan Federation of Bar Associations, told Reuters.
"Under the bill, the administrative branch can set the range of information that is kept secret at its own discretion."
IT'S A WALL OF SILENCE, WORLD-WIDE.