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Spending one week in Fukushima is enough to absorb radioactive iodine and cesium as stated by the official news about medical experts from Nagasaki spending one week in Fukushima. We are talking about the town of Fukushima, some 40 miles away from the nuclear power plant.
The exact week is not stated. How “at least” 40% get contaminated and 60% do not working in the same environment remains a mystery which could be solved by stating what levels of internal radiation exposure they consider as having “suffered internal radiation exposure”
How much will people have absorbed who are living there for 12 weeks since the three reactor cores melted down?
Nobody knows the answer to this question as nobody examines a few hundred thousand people or millions……….
All media reports exactly the same to the dot, so I quote NHK:
Nagasaki staffers exposed to Fukushima radiation
Nagasaki University Hospital says that at least 40 percent of local people sent to Fukushima Prefecture, host to the crippled nuclear plant, suffered internal radiation exposure.
The hospital checked staffers and medical experts sent to Fukushima by Nagasaki’s prefectural government. They spent around a week helping local government offices and medical institutions in Fukushima after the nuclear plant accident in March.
The hospital says radioactive iodine was detected in the bodies of 34, or about 40 percent, of 87 examinees. Some were also detected for radioactive cesium. Neither substance occurs naturally in human bodies.
Officials at the hospital insist, however, that the level of radioactive contamination is very low and poses no health concerns.
Nagasaki University Professor Naoki Matsuda, who joined the survey, says Fukushima residents should also be checked for levels of internal exposure.
The survey results will be reported at a conference in Hiroshima City on Sunday.
Thursday, June 02, 2011 21:20 +0900 (JST)
……..and then it gets funny…….contemplating to salvage highly contaminated equipment to use for medical examinations requires a Japanese sense of humor…….$billions are budgeted to deal with the disaster, but funds for protecting the population are obviously not available:
Fukushima to check internal radiation exposure
Fukushima Prefecture has decided to check the internal radiation exposure of residents near the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant and adjacent areas with high radiation levels.
In Fukushima, there are mounting concerns among locals over the health effects of radiation after the nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi plant.
The prefecture had already decided to conduct health checks on all citizens, but will now assess residents’ internal exposure to radiation from breathing and eating.
The targets will be residents near the plant and people who live in adjacent areas with high radiation levels.
A device called a “whole-body counter” will be used to precisely measure radiation.
But the prefecture currently has only one device and can screen just 10 people per day. It is urging research institutes and others with the device outside the prefecture to help them.
Fukushima is also studying whether it can fetch 2 devices from Okuma Town, which lies inside the no-go zone.
Thursday, June 02, 2011 16:28 +0900 (JST)
…….and then……….remember that the annual limit for nuclear power station workers has been raised from 100 mSv to 250 mSV…….so 4000 mSv reduces their annual work hours to under five minutes………:
Steam, high radiation detected at No.1 reactor
The operator of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant says steam was observed coming out of the floor of the No.1 reactor building, and extremely high radiation was detected in the vicinity.
Tokyo Electric Power Company inspected the inside of the No.1 reactor building on Friday with a remote-controlled robot.
TEPCO said it found that steam was rising from a crevice in the floor, and that extremely high radiation of 3,000 to 4,000 millisieverts per hour was measured around the area. The radiation is believed to be the highest detected in the air at the plant.
TEPCO says the steam is likely coming from water at a temperature of 50 degrees Celsius that has accumulated in the basement of the reactor building.
The company sees no major impact from the radiation so far on ongoing work, as it has been detected only within a limited section of the building.
The No.1 reactor is believed to have suffered a meltdown after the March 11th earthquake and tsunami.
It is believed to have created holes in the pressure vessel and damaged the containment vessel, causing highly contaminated water to leak out and accumulate in the basement.
Under the utility’s plan to bring the plant under control, a circulatory cooling system is to be installed to decontaminate radioactive water and use it as coolant.
Saturday, June 04, 2011 13:23 +0900 (JST)
Radioactive isotopes buzzing around in our body damage cells. If you cannot detoxify killing and damaging of your cells will continue for as long as you live. When cell division takes place you generate new, damaged cells – it changes our specific DNA leading to illness, mutation and finally eradication of the species.
This applies to the DNA of all life-forms, humans, animals, plants. An example taken from the institute of wavegenetics in Moscow illustrates this:
Take 22 kinds of ants. Remove their queens and send them to various far away locations including a wave-prove bunker in Russia.
Q: what happens?
A: nothing, the ants keep on working.
Now kill a queen. The very moment the ants stop working – they cannot remember that they are ants and what they are supposed to do. This proves the existence of an Informational Field, IF, that is independent of time, space and matter. The ant connects to IF via info in the 12-strand DNA that science has declared to be “junk-DNA”.
We need the function of all DNA. Cells may still look healthy on a structural level and function on a bio-chemical level, but may be damaged on energy level and information level.
Only healthy cells that divide will pass on the full DNA, all 12 strands. Making these cells “unhealthy” is the path to the eradiction of any species.
Chromotheray shows partial results in treating DNA.
The most sensible concept is to protect and heal DNA. I believe to have found the methodology that does this. It is called Inter-Dimensional Ascension Vibrational Healing and will be presented to the world in Geneva 23./25.9.11.
Therapists and doctors of all forms of medicine are invited to join the originator of IAVH, Elizabeth Joyce, in Geneva. IAVH has proven its efficacy for over a year now and irrefutable evidence will be presented in Geneva.
This is an opportunity for health professionals wishing to introduce IAVH to their country.
Extensive support will be provided, specially for those countries that suffer from high background radiation already (2.4mSv is now world average) and were people live under the threat of nuclear power plants.
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