Iodine-131 levels in Japan remain high.

We are still seeing high levels of iodine-131 in Japanese sewage sludge. Radioactive iodine causes thyroid cancer and other thyroid diseases. Emission of this isotope indicates re-criticalities of nuclear fuel are ongoing. This means the coriums which have escaped containment and gone underground are cyclically heating up. As long as iodine-131 is found, there is no reason to expect that radioactive emissions from Fukushima will stop for thousands of years.

This Tepco webcam video edited by Nuckelchen shows that huge emissions from Fukushima are still occurring.

Radiation levels in the rain in southwest England were measured at 39x background on June 28 and at 66x background on June 20.

The entire planet is being contaminated with radiation, yet there seems to be no will to do anything about it, or inform the public of the danger. This is global genocide.

7 thoughts on “Iodine-131 levels in Japan remain high.

  1. Gunma looks like California feels. I was really hoping that I was wrong about the Iodine. Thank you so much for this, Bobby. It never gets easier to realize that our government is not letting us know the results of the tests that we pay for.

  2. Scary time. I don’t believe what was broken has been fixed.

    I wonder whether the intense heat of the Colorado fires was fueled by fallout. Remember that the USGS found high fallout in Colorado?

    I bought N-95 masks, have water stored, etc. Prepared for a disaster that has arrived unannounced…

    • I don’t think it is fixed either. And the fallout on the vegetation in Colorado goes back into the atmosphere when it burns. The cesium, etc. doesn’t go away, it keeps coming back and recirculates in different ways. The environmental half-life is way longer than the radioactive half-life.

    • You are so ‘on it’ Vgirl! That little kernel may have also been one of the things, or THE THING that cured my stage 3 pancreatic cancer that had spread to my liver! There is something to laetril! (I think that’s what they call it once it’s ‘pharmaceuticalized’!) 🙂

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