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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Pacific Ocean Decimation Being Fixed By Krill, Using Chitin as a Radiation Sponge



Letter to an Environmental Journalist



Tracy,
Per your Article

Please review the following, I think it is important.    Appreciate your feedback on this.

CS-134 and CS-137 bioaccumulate in Chitin, a biological  structure used by quite a few sea creatures, insects, and Fungi.    The sea creatures and insects which use Chitin have been hardest hit since 2011.   Chitin bio-accumulates radiation like a sponge.      It is nearly common knowledge that mushrooms and lichen absorb radiation like a sponge….the common link?   Chitin.

Krill use Chitin.    Krill are one of the basic building blocks of the food chain of the oceans.    

CS-134 is absorbed and bio-accumulated or bio-magnified if you will.   Same with CS-137.   However, the CS-134 is 15 times as radioactive (half life is 2 years versus about 30 years) so it kills the Krill more quickly.     These dead Krill sink pretty quickly to the bottom, where they are taken out of the food chain.   Which is a good thing, it could be our saving grace to reduce the radiation in the ocean.   In areas that have deep water upwellings, there have also been huge problems with sea life.

So effectively, Krill are a radiation filter that to a great extent take the radiation to the deep ocean depths.   Krill are cleaning our oceans.   With a huge loss of “food chain material” also being deep 6’d.   It may take decades to rebuild the food chain and regenerate this lost bio-materials.

A little proof of the Krill Filter Hypothesis?    They are measuring CS-134 at around 0.3 Becquerel per M3, with CS-137 around 3 to 5 in the same area.     At the “source term” when they were released by Fukushima the Cs-134 and Cs-137 are pretty much almost exactly equal.   So does the half life decay account for the 10 fold to 16 fold difference in what we measure now?  

The answer is no, radioactive decay rates don’t explain the difference.

Some simply math, lets say both CS-137 and CS-134 started out at an average of 5 Bequerel per meter cubed (Bq/M3) 5 years ago.     In 2 years, CS-134 would be 2.5, and then in 2 more years it would be 1.25.    In 2 more years (2017) it would be .625.    So in early 2016 when these measurements were made, it would be roughly halfway between the 2015 and 2017 level, or 0.93 Bq/M3

But instead, the CS-134 is measured at just 1/3 of what would make sense considering decay rates only.   Because the Krill absorb the CS-134 and it kill them quickly and then they take the CS-134 to their ice water mansion with them.

More here:

To solve our problems, we must first “correctly identify the enemy”.  

Krill use Chitin.    Krill are one of the basic building blocks of the food chain of the oceans.    

CS-134 is absorbed and bio-accumulated or bio-magnified if you will.   Same with CS-137.   However, the CS-134 is 15 times as radioactive (half life is 2 years versus about 30 years) so it kills the Krill more quickly.     These dead Krill sink pretty quickly to the bottom, where they are taken out of the food chain.   Which is a good thing, it could be our saving grace to reduce the radiation in the ocean.   In areas that have deep water upwellings, there have also been huge problems with sea life.

So effectively, Krill are a radiation filter that to a great extent take the radiation to the deep ocean depths.   Krill are cleaning our oceans.   With a huge loss of “food chain material” also being deep 6’d.   It may take decades to rebuild the food chain and regenerate this lost bio-materials.

A little proof of the Krill Filter Hypothesis?    They are measuring CS-134 at around 0.3 Becquerel per M3, with CS-137 around 3 to 5 in the same area.     At the “source term” when they were released by Fukushima the Cs-134 and Cs-137 are pretty much almost exactly equal.   So does the half life decay account for the 10 fold to 16 fold difference in what we measure now?  

The answer is no, radioactive decay rates don’t explain the difference.

Some simply math, lets say both CS-137 and CS-134 started out at an average of 5 Bequerel per meter cubed (Bq/M3) 5 years ago.     In 2 years, CS-134 would be 2.5, and then in 2 more years it would be 1.25.    In 2 more years (2017) it would be .625.    So in early 2016 when these measurements were made, it would be roughly halfway between the 2015 and 2017 level, or 0.93 Bq/M3

But instead, the CS-134 is measured at just 1/3 of what would make sense considering decay rates only.   Because the Krill absorb the CS-134 and it kill them quickly and then they take the CS-134 to their ice water mansion with them.

More here:

To solve our problems, we must first “correctly identify the enemy”.   



5 comments:

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    1. So your entire argument to support nuclear energy has been reduced to a simple one word denial?

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    2. No. Im just saying what you wrote can be reduced to one word. I made no claim supporting or disavowing nuclear energy with my reply. I just commented on what you wrote knowing what I know with my credentials. If I were a surgeon, id be saying the same about your use of leeches. Analogous.

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    3. Had my annual review today. Management said my knowledge of nuclear issues was unmatched. Thats what a lifetime learning and still learning brings to the table. Youre just spitballing.

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    4. So they agreed that you have been fully indoctrinated. Great.

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