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Some people have been reporting some correlation between things visible on the public cameras pointed at the Fukushima-Daiichi disaster site and what refer to as ‘fallout patterns’ downwind on monitors in the US and Europe.
Added: HoTaters left a list of additional links under @ http://enenews.com/nuclear-investigator-worry-about-underground-explosions-at-fukushima-new-data-shows-molten-fuel-is-dropping-lower-each-day-melting-deeper-into-ground-under-plant-disaster-is-far-worse-than/comment-page-1#comment-828056
SOURCES for such TEPCO-provided Fukushima live streaming and archival footage (most first-hand sources require Adobe Flash player) include:
- TBS Fukushima Daiichi
- Tepco Reactor 4 view
- Tepco Reactor 1 view
- Futaba webcam
- Sendai Nuclear Power Plant
- ‘Field of Hope – Fukushima’ (Farm Sanctuary)
- Other Fukushima Municipal cams
- videos from 2015 and before: https://www.youtube.com/user/fuku1live/videos
If there’s others, please leave a brief description with link in comments. Tx.
I have not investigated this (yet?), but thought I should at least pass this vein of investigation along to y’all, just in case you didn’t know yet about that angle and feel inclined to take up the monumental task of viewing hours and hours of video, make event notes with exact times (note the time zone!), and then follow wind patterns and check monitors for signs of fallout reaching ground level… Share what you find.
Long listed in Nuclear News list of links, among those are http://majiasblog.blogspot.com/ and the folks at Radlab. Radlab (http://caferadlab.com/forum-18.html) and ENEnews (http://enenews.com/forum-fukushima-webcam-discussion-thread-new-april-2016) also has a page where observations are shared and discussed.
(Beware of trolls, though. Disruption/diversion/frustrate campaigns appear to be ongoing.)
For an example of recent fallout events possibly having their origin at the Fukushima catstrophe site, I refer to Radlab @ http://caferadlab.com/thread-1912-post-3667.html#pid3667
For near-real-time online public monitors, I mainly use these (See Radiation Monitors for more):
- US EPA Radnet: https://cdxnode64.epa.gov/radnet-public/query.do
- US Radnet quick data via map: https://www.epa.gov/radnet/near-real-time-and-laboratory-data-state
- EURDEP: Enter via there bs disclaimer @ http://eurdepweb.jrc.ec.europa.eu/EurdepMap/Disclaimer.aspx
For wind patterns at different heights:
- Nullschool Meteo: http://earth.nullschool.net/ (doesn’t work on all browsers)
Some additional sources to explore: