URGENT: HIGH LEVEL FORECAST of Cesium-137 – Not Shown To The Public!!!


Added: 17.04.2011

Here are the “public” forecasts… which show “low” levels of Cesium-137 …

http://transport.nilu.no/products/fukushima?searchterm=fuk

However…

This site was sent to me, and it clearly shows the hidden (not shown to public) forecasts! In these shots, we see VERY high levels of Cesium-137 making its way across the pacific to the USA and Canada.

http://squid.nilu.no/~burkhart/sharing/MOVIES/?C=M;O=D

http://squid.nilu.no/~burkhart/sharing/

Background Radiation Of The Entire Planet Is Rising – Radiation And Jet Stream Forecast UPDATE: Cesium-137, Xenon-133 And Iodine-131 (4/5/2011)

Make sure you watch from 4:00 minutes into the video.


The Background Radiation of the Entire Planet Is Rising

The levels are “mid” and “low” range at surface, 2500m, and 5000m … for gasses NOT detectable by radiation detectors.

Here are the links… you decide for yourself.

Surface levels and high level clouds of Cesium 137, Iodine 131, and Xenon 133, have reached the United States .. showing up in 13 different states rain water according to MSM reports..

Read moreBackground Radiation Of The Entire Planet Is Rising – Radiation And Jet Stream Forecast UPDATE: Cesium-137, Xenon-133 And Iodine-131 (4/5/2011)

Potential April 6th Fukushima Fallout Forecast Shows US West Coast Under Threat

This is a POTENTIAL radiation release produced by officials within the Department of Atmospheric and Climate Research (ATMOS) at the Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU).

The Norwegian Institute for Air Research
http://www.nilu.no/
http://transport.nilu.no/

http://transport.nilu.no/browser/fpv_fuku?fpp=conccol_I-131_;region=DMANC1

Fukushima Xe-133 Radiation Forecast (Apr. 2-6): Northwest of US Under Threat

Provided by the Department of Atmospheric and Climate Research, The Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU)

April 6 Fukushima forecast shows Northwest US under threat


Added: 02.04.2011

April 6 Fukushima Forecast Shows Northwest US under threat (CLOSEUP)


Added: 02.04.2011

See also:

California: Radioactive Iodine-131 In Rainwater 181 Times Above Drinking Water Standards, Has Also Been Detected In Multiple Milk Samples, While US Gov Has Still Not Published Any Official Data On Japan Disaster

GREENPEACE Measures EXTREME RADIATION 35KM From Fukushima: Maximum Annual Dose In Just 4 Days!

US RadNet Radiation Monitor System Unlikely To Detect Radiation As Close As 25 Feet Above Or Beside Them And There Are Only 125 Of Those Monitors For the Entire US!

US Government Responds to Fukushima by Trying to Raise Radiation Limits, EPA Pulls 8 Of 18 Radiation Monitors Out Of CA, OR And WA

Japan: Blue Flashing Light Seen Over Fukushima Plant (FOX News)

Nuclear Expert: Suicide Crews ‘Facing 100-Year Battle’ At Fukushima

Radioactive Iodine-131 In Rainwater Near San Francisco 18,100% Above Federal Drinking Water Standard

Pennsylvania: Radioactive Iodine-131 In Rainwater 3300% Above Federal Drinking Water Standard

Read moreFukushima Xe-133 Radiation Forecast (Apr. 2-6): Northwest of US Under Threat

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Detects First West Coast Radiation

RICHLAND, Wash. – Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland detected trace amounts of the radioisotope Xenon-133 from the nuclear incident at Fukushima.

This occurred Wednesday, March 16, and was the first detection in the continental United States. Subsequent measurements here at PNNL were a bit higher but again significantly below levels that would impact public health. On Friday, March 18, sensors here also showed the presence of iodine isotopes, but at even lower levels than the xenon isotopes.

PNNL has this ultra-sensitive monitoring capability that allows them to detect very low levels of nuclear releases.

The dose rate from this amount of radioactivity poses no threat to public health and is a tiny fraction of what a person receives from natural background sources, such as the sun, each day.

Read morePacific Northwest National Laboratory Detects First West Coast Radiation