HIGHEST SINCE 2011: Cesium-137, Ruthenium-103, Tellurium-132 (early 2016)

Colorado Rockies, North America, Planet Earth, May 5, 2016

“When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic.”

– Dresden James [Donald James Wheal, UK, 1931-2008]

  • Hoevenen, Belgium:


  • Konya Huyuk, Turkey:


  • Szolnok Relpuloter, Hungary:


  • Lublin, Poland:


  • Mochovce, Slovakia:


  • Kostelni Myslova, Czech Republic:


  • Stumica, Macedonia:


  • Neuwied, Germany:


…  Having a glass of red wine in a coffee shop, surrouded by gorgeous snow-capped mountains, while listening to Alors on danse, by Belgian musician Stromae…  While an invisibale inferno is raging in the Northern Hemisphere skies at the atomic level… 


DISCLAIMER This is a one-amateur volunteer service only, free from corporate, institutional and/or governmental influence.  Much, though not all, of the data has been validated by las autoridades that supplied the data.   All necessary links are provided at Online Radiation Monitors to confirm the alleged for yourself.   Full DISCLAIMER.

This blogpost gives an overview of just 3 RECENT detections of artificial radioisotopes, and some redacted (data gapped) radiation monitoring data (see above), in the context of the past 5 years since the Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe began in spring 2011.

It is my opinion that these radioisotope-specific detections, described in this blog post and dozens of previous ones, are significant all by thmselves, but even more so in the much broader geographical, meteorological and long-term chronological context they occured in (not to mention the geopolitical and esoteric contexts), and are deserving of urgent widespread scientific and political investigation, as well as major attention by the media, all of which so far all have remained strangely silent on the matter…

Signs point to an orchestrated cover-up of one of more MAJOR nuclear meltdown events in the past half year.

IF a series of seemingly isolated very peculiar (and for the most part so far officially unexplained) detections over the past few years are connected, for sure THEN it can not be ruled out, whatsoever, no matter how well-scripted, well-delivered and seemingly relatively comforting the various media messages coming from the Japanese government, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and/or Tokyo Electric Company  (TEPCO) have been thus far, and no matter how grave its implications, it cannot be ruled out that the molten coriums somewhere underneath the Fukushima-Daiichi disaster site are STILL fissioning.

Do yourself and the world a favor and read the whole thing first, thén explore the links; and only thén, when feeling objectively informed, and if concerned, contact your favorite political, NGO and media outlets. 

I combed through the entire EURDEP records (via http://eurdepweb.jrc.ec.europa.eu/EurdepMap/Disclaimer.aspx ) looking for detections of various radioisotopes and found out that:

  • Te-132: Prior to the April 26, 2016 detection of Tellurium-132 at Seehausen, Northern Germany, this artificial fission radioisotope with a short half-life of only 3.2 days, had not been detected in Europe since spring 2011.  After the Fukushima-Daiichi Nuclear Catastrophe began, it was detected in April 2011 in Iceland and at several monitoring stations in April up till the very onset of May 2011, in Poland.   The magnitude of this most recent validated measurement is 10,000% higher than the highest validated measurement in 2011 (for European detections), making it, for Europe, without a doubt, the highest detection since 1986, when the USSR’s Chernobyl disaster happened. 
  • Ru-103:  The quantified and validated measurement of Ruthenium-103, which with its half-life of only 39.26 days is also an indicator of recent fission, was detected in outdoor air at Asteras, near Oslo, Southern Norway, in the period January 11-18, 2016. It did not received any media attention outside this blog either.  It happened in the middle of January 2016 and coincided with Cesium-137 upticks both locally, as well as elsewhere, such as observed at monitors in Finland. The ONLY other validated Ru-103 detection (in the EURDEP database I checked through browsing through the months) dates back to a little bit over a month after the Fukushima disaster, at a monitor in Warsaw, Poland.  So this was for sure the highest detection since 2011.  The detection in Warsaw during the sampling period April 18-21, 2011 measured 9.96E-05 Bq/m^3, while the one in Norway during samping period January 11-18, 2016 measured “only” 5.6E-08 Bq/m^3, some 3 orders of magnitude smaller.  Nevertheless, the significance is in the fact that it was detected, ánd this at a noramlly pristine monitor over 100 km from the nearest NPP (in Sweden) to boot.
  • Cs-137:  Cesium-137, probably with Iodine-131 and Strontium-90, the “most infamous” of the major radioactive pollutants, and one which can affect contaminated areas for many centuries due to its prevalence as a nuclear waste product ánd due to its half-life of 30.17 years.

(Note: via  Wikipedia, edited: about 95% of Cs-137 decays by beta emission [not measured for at most monitors!] to Barium-137m.  The remainder directly becomes Ba-137, which is stable.   Ba-137m, half-life only 153 seconds, emits gamma rays to also become stable Barium, which is why Cs-137 can be identified through gamma radioisotope spectroscopy and its radiation picked up on gamma monitors if the cloud is dense enough)

The largest detection of Cs-137 since Chernobyl, 1986, happened at a Helsinki, Finland monitor, in the first week of March 2016.  Unlike far more disturbing detections (Ru-103, Te-132, Zr-97, Co-60,…), this one received lots of mainstream media attention.  It was ‘a mystery’ for less than 72 hours, and came with a “bizarre, but relieving plot twist ending“, almost as if scripted.  Sucks: It just turned out that *I* was already documenting widespread disturbances across the entire Northern Hemisphere (HERE), including major gamma upticks and curious data gaps, especially in various parts of Europe not downwind from Helsinki, BEFORE I was aware of this trending bit of news.   This resulted in extra skepticism when the detection was explained awayas merely “a leak in some package, stored in the garage the monitoring agency shares a building with, owned by a nuclear waste company“.  Uh-huh… Sure.  Can’t rule it out, but… Finding interruptions in regular testing schedules for Cs-137 elsewhere in Finland, as well as highly-suspect interruptions of regular monitoring schedules at various monitoring stations throughout Europe, including in very nearby Estonia, as well as Czech RepublicCyprus, and other locations, did not help ease my skepticism.

Most strikingly, however, were the highest Cs-137 detections since 2011 in other parts of Scandinavia, such as Ivalo, Finland, which I don’t believe can be explained away by that presumably localized (no-longer-warm) nuclear waste “Helsinki garage leak”…

!-> See also (April 22, 2016) “Was Helsinki’s Cs-137 “Localized Garage Waste Leak” A Decoy For Hemisphere-Wide Fallout Upticks? Fukushima? EURDEP/Nullschool DATA […]”

As I would say at such a juncture…


Important related LINKS for additional documentation (a more complete list in my Nuclear Blog Posts Archive.):

+ much more @ Nuclear Blog Posts Archive

Or just click ‘Home’ and keep scrolling down to see what is now an immense library of graphed radiation data, which, especially when taken together, documents that the official monitoring networks are rigged to hide data when it matters most.  Nevertheless, if one takes the (bordering on ridiculous amounts of) time to put it together, it can be figured out that something major happened, likely either a major meltdown, or “China Syndrome” on steroids at Fukushima.  In either case, it is being covered-up.  That much is clear.

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31 Responses to HIGHEST SINCE 2011: Cesium-137, Ruthenium-103, Tellurium-132 (early 2016)

  1. MVB says:

    As I commented @ ENEnews @ http://enenews.com/experts-fukushima-ice-wall-could-destroy-reactor-buildings-turn-site-swamp-concern-fractures-ground-movement-subsidence-around-structures-will-stay-frozen-200-year-period-govt-observable-heav/comment-page-3#comment-768154 :

    Feel free to think “they’re unrelated…”, ’cause IF they are, and the fact that jet stream tracings all pass over Fukushima isn’t some “odd coincidence”, or the result of “harmful rumors”, we’re in big sh*t, as it would imply a couple things:

    If Fukushima is still having fission flare-ups 5 years later…
    … then it had an abnormal fuel geometry in at leats 1 reactor
    … and that would probably be Unit 3, the one with (Belgium-supplied) Plutonium MOX fuel…
    … and if the molten corium of that one truly were still fissioning…

    THEN that would imply it was being operated experimentally with extremely dangerous fuel configuratios (“geometries”) akin to, or exactly like, a “breeder reactor” (possibly with a mixture of Plutonium and Thorium fuels) either as part of secret “free energy” research, or as part of secret nuclear weapons research, or both.

    which would explain why none of these recent detections get any bit of media attention… WHATSOEVER (outside my marginal Allegedly Appernt Blog, and those few kind folks who spread the word about what I wrote about…)

    because the implications…

    … are probably why, in Japan, the ‘State Secrets Act’ was passed in the first place.

  2. hadia says:

    Michael, although I am not a nuclear physicist, I 97% can agree with your very well explained “geometries” mentioned above. Believe me, there are many people in the anti-nuclear-movement in Europe, but I am sure not many of them have the slightest information about for instance Tellurium over Germany,( also in April,2016).
    Enjoy your cup of coffee in your lovely state of Colorado.Snow covered mountains can be very calming.
    Btw. Have you heard about the Japanese mafia working together with North-Korea? Hmm

    Your arguments are always backed up by an immense work of your intense research. Danke, merci so much, Michael. We need people like YOU and others like there are some in Enenews,and also Mr. ARTO LAURI, in Finland, who deliver us the TRUE key environmental metrics.

    • MVB says:

      @ Hadia – “Have you heard about the Japanese mafia working together with North-Korea?” That could be the beginning of a joke… ;-) No, I haven’t.

      • hadia says:

        Well, I heard about it seriously, it is not a joke, though I often like jokes. If I recall it right, a very seriously researching scientist dr. (lady) mentioned it in her video. And that moment she explained it I also first thought she must be kidding…;-)

  3. robert hearn says:

    MVB I,ve been a long time lurker on ENEnews and found your site through them,i hear the frustration in your posts over this but have you ever considered all your do not share warnings all over this page,this might be putting people off sharing your posts on this,i know it has me,if you could put a post up authorising people to share this on here or ENEnews or both even you might see this take wings.just a suggestion and respect to you for the work you do.

    • MVB says:

      Thanks Robert, I’ve also had requests to bring the ‘reblog’ and even facebook share buttons back.

      Just because I did a lot of the footwork pro bono should not stop an actual journalist from writing about the detections. Not sure what the problem is, as some bloggers do not seem to have a problem passing the word along:





      Or pass along what has been passed along:


      ETC. As you can see: those who wish to let more people know can do so without pissing me off. Unlike sploggers, who just steal content to steal traffic, sometimes even without linking to my blog, I appreciate these folks’ efforts.

      Reason my disclaimer is clear, 1) that all this is”for entertainment purposes only” and that anyone can still 2) feel free to quote a piece and link to the blogpost quoted from,” but please do not share in full”, IS
      – due, in part, to the legalese nature of the society I live in: I have to be careful what I claim.

      Unfortunately I am pointing at something that could be considered “a state secret” in Japan or be considered of “national security” importance in the US. I am basically using data for ‘science’ that is copyrighted (by governments) that made it very clear in their disclaimers that the data they provide, even if validated, is not to be used for that purpose. Hence I always provide the links, offer my views “for your entertainment” and then people can go do with that whatever they want. If they share, I want them to speak for themselves. There appear to be quite a number of disinformation agents out there that will take anything and mix some BS or hyperbole in the mix and then go promote it as their “expert scientific analysis” (I’m sure you can find examples at sites like NaturalNews, and the like)

      There is ZERO reason for ENEnews to need my blog to report on what I reported. The very sources @ Radnet, Eurdep, etc. are available to them as well. I just made it easier to grasp that something serious is being covered-up.

      • robert hearn says:

        thanks for taking the time to reply Michael, I see where your coming from now,i,ve got a few (a very few) family and friends who are as freaked out as me about Fukushima and the rest of them seem to be almost wilfully ignorant about it,so,i shall point those few to this blog because quite frankly I think this some of the most valuable research out there.

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