Explosion rocks Third Reactor – Japan is teetering on the brink of Nuclear Catastrophe! 2011 Japan
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Scale of nuclear accidents
Level 7 – Major release of radioactive material. Example: Chernobyl, Ukraine, 1986
Level 6 – Significant release of radioactive material. Example: Kyshtym, Russia, 1957
Level 5 – Limited release of radioactive material. Example: Three Mile Island, US, 1979, and Windscale, UK, 1957
Level 4 – Minor release of radioactive material with at least one death from radiation. Example: Tokaimura, Japan, 1999
Level 3 – Exposure in excess of 10 times the statutory annual limit for workers
Level 2 – Exposure of a member of the public in excess of 10mSv (average annual dose is 1mSv)
Level 1 – Exposure of a member of public above statutory annual limit. Minor safety problems
JAPAN is teetering on the brink of nuclear catastrophe amid fears a radioactive cloud could envelop Tokyo’s 13million residents..
WIND PATTERNS HAVE CHANGED, TOKYO IN DIRECT WIND OF FALL OUT, RAD LEVELS RISING!! ( update 4 Hours ago )
Environmental radioactivity and radiation information
Realtime radiation data collected via the System for Prediction of Environment Emergency Dose Information(SPEEDI) Source: http://www.bousai.ne.jp/eng/index.html
BUT IF THE WIND DIRECTION CHANGES AGAIN?
Real time monitoring at:Source: www.spiegel.de
Japan’s fallout, Ten (10) times the size of Chernobyl, extreme risk of lethal radiation to HIT the U.S. , Mexico and Canada! Read full article HERE
How to protect yourself from Radiation Exposure
Because of what is occurring in Japan, many people are wondering what they could do to protect themselves in the event that dangerous levels of radiation were to make their way into the United States.
The following is a consensus of options that may be protective without being dangerous. It’s important to understand that some of these options have not been studied in large, well organized trials but come about as a result of the reported experience of countries, scientists and physicians who had to deal with dangerous levels of radiation and their effects on the populations exposed to them. Read full article HERE