This very informative video was made by an individual who built a homemade cloud chamber, and put a piece of the radioactive black substance in it (cyanobacteria & fungi), gathered from Katsushika, Tokyo.
The other day, were collected black substance when I went to Katsushika direction. Results of the measurement of the radioactivity concentration… it was about 100 000 becquerels per kg in the combined cesium.
Where it creates a cloud chamber together, was observed, it was confirmed the trajectory of the particle beam such as the image at the beginning.
(Observation conditions of the cloud chamber)
-solution ethyl alcohol, coolant dry ice
fragments of (black substance) 2cm about blue-green algae were collected in and observation target Katsushika Ward
how to create ※ cloud chamber is in accordance with the video reference but I used dry ice as a coolant. In addition, those white under the blue-green algae base of Styrofoam…
As shown in the following figure, beta and alpha, have the property that bends under the action of the magnetic field. However, since (holding such experimental environment is strictly controlled continuously in low temperature state, and the magnetic field) pretty hard personally, providing an environment to observe strictly This has taken an image of the I have finished the prima facie observation by.
This is a heads-up to Fukushima webcam watchers… try to see if there are analogous visual phenomena in videos from Fukushima Daiichi.
In the latest Pacific destruction news, 1000 Bq/kg of radioactive cesium has been found in suzuki fish (Japanese sea bass). This is 10 times the Japanese radiation limit for edible food.
150,000,000,000 Bq/m3 of cesium in an outside trench.
1,400,000 Bq/m3 of all-beta radiation in hole #3 (near reactor #3).
Building an underground wall to stop contaminated water from reaching the ocean may back up, damage the reactor buildings, and cause a catastrophic radiation release.
There are no technological solutions for these exponential increases in radioactive emissions.
A very informative interview of Yoichi Shimatsu by Jeff Rense: mp3 here.