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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

April 26, 2016 A Nuclear Meltdown In Europe Is Being Covered Up As We Type

Reposting this post from ENENEWS, from MVB's blog.
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RED ALERT: A very significant meltdown accident must have happened in the past few weeks, as evidenced by the detection of Tellurium-132 @ Seehausen, Northern Germany in the early hours of April 26, 2016 

!!!-> https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2016/04/26/tellurium-132-detected-in-northern-germany/

- it fits into a widespread pattern of disturbances, "glitch dots", upticks & spikes as well as widespread data gaps, from western Ireland to Finland, from Latvia to Italy, as also partially documented in recent other blog posts.
- half-life is only 3.2 days.

- nearest NPP is over 100 km away, ruling out a mere refueling uptick.

- the detection is 100 x (10,000 %) HIGHER than what was detected in Europe after the
Fukushima disaster, suggesting the source is likely somewhere in Europe

WHERE is this coming from!? How on Earth can such a significant detection not even make the news in Germany (or anywhere else outside my blog…)?

Please forward the link to anyone who might be able to help figure out what is obviously a very recent and very serious leak of radioactivity coming from an active reactor. A major meltdown accident may be in the process of being covered-up RIGHT NOW.

- MVB

https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com

Data via EURDEP: http://eurdepweb.jrc.ec.europa.eu/EurdepMap/Disclaimer.aspx
–> change to "max measured", "1 Month", Te-132 (I picked the first Te-132 of the 2)

17 comments:

  1. No industrial power accident. Check the local hospital isotope supplies.

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    1. Loose Nukes,
      You claim the Tellurium 132 is related to hospital radioisotopes?? I say you are full if bs. Which therapy uses tellurium 132?

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    2. Te-132 was used in the past for short-life on-site I-132 generators. I-132 has since been replaced by other easier to handle Iodine isotopes. The amount of Te-132 that came out of a particle accelerator to charge a I-132 generator was a few milligrams and was bound to a resin mesh.

      It's pretty damn unlikely that it could ever escape into the environment in anything more than a few micrograms, and I doubt anybody still produces any for I-132 generators. The short half-life means nobody had an old stock of any quantity of it on hand to use.

      Pretty unlikely to be the cause of a detection that persisted for hours. The German tellurium detected had to come from a leaking, active reactor.

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  2. No industrial power accident. Check the local hospital isotope supplies.

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    1. Tellurium 132 is a key indicator of a nuke meltdown. Someone's reactor melted and sprung a leak; again

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    2. Actually there are better forensic indicators. Run an ORIGEN calculation to get the whole spectrum of fission products. Do you really know what you are talking about? I run nuclear consequence models for a living. And I'm very good at my job.

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    3. Loose nuker whore,
      Te132 is produced in nuke reactors so knowboby believes your lies that "medical" supplies caused the environmental contamination detected throughout Europe. Te132 is a fission product; made by criminally insane nukers like yourself. It came from a reactor.

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    4. Te132 can be made from neutron capture as well. I dispute MVBs assertions in the first place. Citizen scientist with no Nuclear creds. I think all of you rat farmers have a screw loose.

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  3. looking at the bottom of this page for a live data map ....
    http://www.irsn.fr/EN/Research/Scientific-tools/Databases/Pages/Data-bases-2623.aspx

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  4. Finland Live radiation map
    http://www.stuk.fi/web/en/topics/environmental-radiation/radiation-today

    --hard to find this stuff --- I got some links from the lower right side of this page ...
    http://thetruthbehindthescenes.wordpress.com/2011/04/03/radiation-and-jetstream-forecast-update-april-2-usa-canada-mexico-and-europe-fukushima-forecast-videos/

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  5. France....
    http://sws.irsn.fr/sws/mesure/index

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  6. Germany (needs Google Earth module)
    http://you-measure.com/#poll

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  7. German Nuclear Plant Infected with Computer Viruses, Operator Says
    http://www.cryptogon.com/?p=48709

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  8. Do an ORIGEN calc....what the fuck good is that if we dont actually have the source? which reactor inventory should we calculate from? what the fuck are you talking about Loose? you arent shit and your lil quips are completely useless. My opinion is the same.. you just look at a glossary of nuclear related words and try to sound like you are smart and make claims of how good at your job you are... your job is opinion control and you are not good at it.

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    1. No you need to do the ORIGEN calculation using standard discharge burnup. I don't offer nuclear opinion. More like nuclear facts. You can't stomach the fact a trained nuclear science/engineer calls your claptrap out. You're a great fail to your cause.

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    2. No you need to do the ORIGEN calculation using standard discharge burnup. I don't offer nuclear opinion. More like nuclear facts. You can't stomach the fact a trained nuclear science/engineer calls your claptrap out. You're a great fail to your cause.

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