Incredible ‘heat wave’ right now:
11 C (52 F !), Feb. 13, 2016 @ 2pm
Just passing along some info I saw on SimplyInfo, which seems like relevant additions to my Co60/Th231/R2a226 ponderings of late. SimplyInfo has always been one of my listed news sources @ Nuclear News Links:
SimplyInfo, February 4th, 2016 New Meltdown Byproduct Found Far From Fukushima Daiichi EXCERPT:
“Another type of material has been found by researchers that is tied to the meltdowns at Fukushima Daiichi. We have reported extensively over the years on the finding of “black stuff” around mainland Japan. This is a highly radioactive black sand like material that had gathered in gutters and roads as far away as Tokyo. Analysis of materials of that type has linked them to the meltdowns inside the reactors at Fukushima Daiichi. This new finding is also linked directly to the reactor meltdowns.
Researchers in Japan found new materials they described as tiny spherical glass particle that was highly radioactive. These glass particles are structurally quite different from the “black stuff” but they also bear a link back to the reactor meltdowns. A glass particle labeled NWC-1 was collected from Nihonmatsu in 2011 after the initial disaster. […]”
–> Continue @ http://www.fukuleaks.org/web/?p=15283
SimplyInfo put together a rough comparison of the properties of the two reactor meltdown byproducts (“not a definitive list. Please refer to the original studies for further information”, which are listed in their main article), but there’s a couple detections in there I want to highlight
- !!!-> The sampled black dust contained 300 Bq/kg Co-60
- !-> Both the sampled glass spheres and the black dust contained “Uranium-235 fission products other than radiocesiums” “The most active uranium daughter isotope found by gamma spectroscopy was Radium-226.”
The fact that these tiny particles have a glass-like shape/composition is interesting too.
What could possibly be so hot as to turn mostly-metals into glass-like particles that also contain stangely high concentrations of Co-60?
See also my two recent posts:
- !!!–> Any Significance to Cobalt-60 in Fukushima Fallout?
- !!!–> Any Thorium-231 in Fukushima Fallout ? (also includes Ra-226 info)
I’m just an amateur, so I can cut myself some slack… But I guess I’m rather slow compared to other researchers who’ve made statements in that direction since spring 2011.
The interesting thing is that one reporter arrived at that conclusion based on mainly ‘human behavior’, namely that of nuclear insiders and officials. Others have looked at the explosion and its damage, as well as detections of Uranium far away. I arrived at it through a slow-learning process of figuring out what the data actually points at in the 3 rounds of samples I’ve had independently lab-analyzed. (See 2 above links)
I think eventually everyone digging into to this moretheless comes to the conclusion that supercriticalities must have occured (an actual nuclear explosion) in that first dreadful week of mid-march 2011. But then it gets weirder, ’cause that is highly unlikely to have happened UNLESS there was more going on at the Fukushima-Daiichi Nuclear Power Complex than is publicly known / officially admitted. Possibilities are limited but include secret nuclear weapons research and breeder reactor experiments. Maybe both. See also links further below (repeats from recent comments).
And as a result, transient/recurrent criticalities might still be ongoing in the molten coriums underground. It would also explain why expert help from Russia and European countries was denied in the beginning, and why Japan passed the Secrecy Act…
Might as well get rid of Article 9 while you’re at it, I guess… ;-/
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Selected excerpts from recent comments in this vein of inquery:
Excerpt screenshot of its headline:
+ an excerpt on one of the possibilities raised:
- NukePro has some related observations as well, @ http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/p/videos-moderated-prompt-criticality.html
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