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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Pacific Ocean Radiation Stays in the Upper 250 feet, Dilution is Just a Lie

Sorry for some of these "partial posts".     I will develop them into more comprehensive posts as time allows.    As I have been researching new sources and finding very interesting "scientific" data that supports what I already knew.

A while back I ran across a testing regimen from a boat plying the Pacific and taking samples at various depths.    I was clear that over a wide horizontal range, that samples in the 200 foot and up range were much higher in ardioactivity than deeper samples like 400 feet, 600 feet, 1000 feet.    I did not preserve the link so I effectively lost the data.

Source Data
Woods Hole
http://ourradioactiveocean.org/results.html


But this point is very important.    The "experts" now predict a Cesium 137 lacing of the Pacific to be 5 Bq/M3.   Last year they were stating 2 Bq/M3.    Being a betting man, I'll give even odds that it exceeds 10 in the upper biosphere of the Pacific.     It doesn't dilute downward, so those using the whole Pacific volume (down to 25000 feet and more) to calculate dilution, are just plain wrong.

And we know that strontium in spent fuel is roughly equal to cesium.     And strontium in all likely forms is soluble enough that a large swimming pool could dissolve all the strontium and make it "available" to the Pacific.     Strontium goes into bones and causes leukemia among other things.    Strontium will definitely bioaccumulate.

The "scientists" at Woods Hole (aka Woods Whore for Grant Money) are sticking to measuring the water.      I have yet to see any decent "scientific" work on bio accumulation.

If any of you citizen scientists want to help out, find some resources on bio accumulation and drop them into the comment section.

We know that lichens, like mushrooms, are radiation sponges.   We know that reindeer like lichens.   We know that reindeer are dying off at a massive rate.    Look at some of the crap/useless information being studied and presented at the National Academy of Sciences

http://www.pnas.org/content/current

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Summary all are per M3
600 feet         0.4 Bq
250 feet         4.5 Bq
175 feet          In progress (aka we came up with a really freaking high scary number and we are going to 'reanalyze it')
125 feet          4.4 Bq
25 feet            2.2 Bq
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F#5021
Coordinates: 49.97, -145.16
Sample Date: Aug 02, 2014 12:00
Depth: 600
Thanks to: Captain Curtis Collins, RV Point Sur, Moss Landing Marine Lab.
Cs137: 0.4 ± 0.1Bq/m3
Cs134: below detection


F#5022
Coordinates: 49.97, -145.16
Sample Date: Aug 02, 2014 12:00
Depth: 250
Thanks to: Captain Curtis Collins, RV Point Sur, Moss Landing Marine Lab.

Cs137: 4.5 ± 0.2Bq/m3
Cs134*0.9 ± 0.1Bq/m3
*decay corrected to date of sampling


F#5023
Coordinates: 49.97, -145.16
Sample Date: Aug 02, 2014 12:00
Depth: 175
Thanks to: Captain Curtis Collins, RV Point Sur, Moss Landing Marine Lab.
In progress.


F#5024
Coordinates: 49.97, -145.16
Sample Date: Aug 02, 2014 12:00
Depth: 125
Thanks to: Captain Curtis Collins, RV Point Sur, Moss Landing Marine Lab.

Cs137: 4.4 ± 0.2Bq/m3
Cs134*0.9 ± 0.1Bq/m3
*decay corrected to date of sampling


F#5025
Coordinates: 49.97, -145.16
Sample Date: Aug 02, 2014 12:00
Depth: 25
Thanks to: Captain Curtis Collins, RV Point Sur, Moss Landing Marine Lab.
Cs137: 3.9 ± 0.1Bq/m3
Cs134*12.2 ± 0.2Bq/m
*1decay corrected to April 6, 2011
Cs134*2: 0.7 ± 0.1Bq/m3
*2decay corrected to date of sampling

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