1st October 2013 – Email exchange with Bruno Chareyron, head of Frence CRIIRAD and Bobby1′s blog.
Comment: This exchange is in regard to the reported detection of I-131 in France recently.
Original Iodine Detection Article:
Extract: Mr. Chareyron claimed that the Montelimar graph indicated no iodine activity, and that the beta nuclides detected were from natural radon, as was explained in the text.
He also said that the Avignon graph, which was clearly labeled to indicate a detection of iodine-131, was actually a measurement gamma emissions in the range of 320 to 400 keV. This range includes iodine-131, as well as the radon-222 daughters, lead-214 and bismuth-214. The variations were due to increases in the current of the Rhone river.
29th August 2013 – Radiation monitor Green tea Tazo iced tea.
27th August 2013 – Radiation monitor Rice noodles Pad Thai Annie Chun’s.
26th August 2013 – Radiation monitor Rice Chex cereal.
24th August 2013 – Radiation monitor brown rice vs white rice.
24th September 2013 – American safety limit for the import of Japanese food is 12 times more lax than Japan.
9th September 2013 – FDA Import Alert: U.S. bans agricultural and fishery products from 14 prefectures in Japan due to Fukushima radionuclides Import Alert # 99-33, Type: DWPE Import Alert Name: Detention Without Physical Examination of Products from Japan Due to Radionuclide Contamination.
Comment: They are not stating that they are doing this, just that they could.
September 17, 2013
EnviroReporter took a road trip to the Central Coast of California that included visiting a fisherman and his wife, Will and Robin, at their beautiful Santa Barbara home to test an assortment of fish and sea creatures for radiation. Will offered us an excellent opportunity to test yellowtail, bluefin tuna, rockfish, bluefin tuna “collar,” mussels, squid, albacore tuna and yellowtail collar. All the fish was caught locally by Will and measured at background. This is probably because the Sea of Fuku Goo hasn’t made it down to Southern California yet. The results, while hopeful for the time being, do not change EnviroReporter’s admonition not to eat or consume anything from the Pacific unless you can verify yourself it is radiation-free. That includes seaweed and its derivative carrageenan which is widely used in the food industry and toothpaste for its gelling, thickening and stabilizing properties. But at least for the time being, these anecdotal tests show that at least some of Southern California’s fish are still not hot.
16th August 2013 – “Plume-Gate is PROVABLE. Proof is available to the public in the form of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Freedom of Information documents.” There are lots of photo copied FOIA documents here to back up the claims in this report.
“NOAA tracked a 19 mile long radioactive cloud along the coast of Japan and on at least two occasions TEPCO measured (not modeled) radioactive plumes over 60 kilometers long.”
“Evidence of the ‘President’s source term’ and more proof that Obama’s administration knew the seriousness of the situation.”
“EPA busted for ‘rigging’ the RADNET monitoring equipment to report lower levels of radiation.”
“Moving Navy ships en masse would have been indicative that the situation was worse than Officials were willing to admit.”
“From the NRC FOIA documents: Transamerica model shows 4.5 REM to thyroid of infants in California.”
“From the NRC FOIA documents: modeling suggests up to 35 REM thyroid dose to children in Alaska and 4.9 thyroid dose to children in Midway.” (From the NRC website: .5 REM allowed to the fetus of a pregnant Nuclear Power Plant employee.)
30th July 2013 – Green tea showing elevated counts, when tested with sensitive Geiger Counter.
27th July 2013 – Interview with Marco Kaltofen on how radiation spread via airborne dust particles from Fukushima. That Pacific Seafood, and food should be tested in North America, and Internationally. There is also a short discussion on the Hanford nuclear site testing, and cleanup.
11th July 2013 – The American Medical Association has passed a resolution calling for the US to continue to monitor, and publicly report radiation contamination in seafood.
21st February 2012 – Very detail report on detected Fukushima fallout across the USA, following the Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power Plant disaster. The reports only looks at a short period of time, from just before Fukushima from March 8, to April 5, 2011.
June 11, 2013
The third ingredient in this powdered gelatin made in South Africa is carrageenan, a product of seaweed. We have previously reported “Japanese Seaweed Radiation Doubles” April 12, 2012 where we wrote “Japan, Korea, China, Indonesia and the Philippines, make up 90% of the world’s supply.” The manufacturer of the gelatin may have used carrageenan from abroad or South Africa which has dozens of kinds of seaweed in the rich marine bioregions the South African Exclusive Economic Zone.
5:05pm INT SAME TWO UNOPENED BOXES SIMPLY DELISH PEACH GELATIN: 59.8 CPM^ which is 25.90% HIGHER THAN BACKGROUND. Reading exceeds Inspector Alert’s (+/-) 15% margin of error.
4:50pm INT BG: 47.5 CPM^
1:25pm INT TWO UNOPENED BOXES SIMPLY DELISH PEACH GELATIN bought at Whole Foods on Wilshire in Santa Monica on this date: 56.3 CPM^ which is 19.79% HIGHER THAN BACKGROUND. Reading exceeds Inspector Alert’s (+/-) 15% margin of error.
1:10pm INT BG: 47.0 CPM^
2009 – Abstract – Chernobyl’s radioactive contamination of food and people USA
21nd February 2012 – Tuna off west coast USA
27th December 2012 – Green Tea sold in USA from Japan
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXOm6WShbis (7 minutes into video)
20th December 12 – Walnuts Missouri USA
9th December 2012- Californian Mandarins USA (13 minutes into the video)
7th December 2012 – Iodine in water Philadelphia USA
5th December 2012 – Sunflower kernals USA
22nd November 2012 – Milk tests west coast USA
14th November 2012 – Food USA