Hot Particles (Fuel Fleas) From Fukushima Continue To Circulate Globally

We can measure nuclear radiation with a Geiger Counter. That may give a person some idea of what kind of radiation one is exposed to. 

Depending on the radiation detection meter, one can measure either alpha, beta or gamma radiation, or potentially more than one type of radiation. The more expensive the meter, the more options usually exist. 

As Arnie Gunderson teaches in the video above, Geiger Counters do not tell the whole story, and just because you are measuring ‘safe’ background radiation in the US, Australia, or somewhere else, does not mean you are away from any possible radiation dangers. 

Arnie talks about and explains radioactive fuel fleas. These are also called Hot Particles. They are made up of things like uranium, plutonium, strontium, cesium, radium, etc. 

In the following video, Arnie is interviewed on CNN, and says basically the same thing he says on his own website video.

All of these particles are nano particle sized, and deadly dangerous. Any person on Earth breathing in just ONE fuel flea, or hot particle can be killed theoretically. Any one hot particle can kill anyone breathing one in, anywhere on the globe.  

For more information about just how dangerous plutonium nano particles can be, read the following article;

HowDangerous Is 400-600 Pounds Of Plutonium Nano Particle Dust Liberated By Fukushima? Via A Green Road Blog

These hot particles can lodge in the lungs,  intestines or bone. They lodge in the tissues and will not show up on X rays. 

These hot nano sized particles CANNOT be measured by Geiger Counters because they are too low a dosage and too low a concentration for a Geiger Counter to pick up. 

But as the video above shows, a hot particle can cause lung cancer, or any other kind of cancer, depending on where the radioactive particle lodges in the body.

So where do these hot particles go once they come out of a nuclear accident site like Fukushima? 

Here is a Picture and Study: All of Western US and most of East Coast, Midwest, Canada is covered in airborne HOT particles on March 20, Fukushima plume model shows — Based solely on the Reactor No. 1 explosion, early on in the Fukushima accident.

Japanese authorities claim that Fukushima is in cold shutdown, but that is NOT the case. Fukushima continues to ‘leak’ fuel fleas or hot particles every day, 24 hours a day, and will continue to do so, for years, according to the utility. 

For more information about the myth of ‘cold shutdown’, read the following articles;

Is Fukushima really in cold shutdown?via A Green Road Blog  
Ex Fukushima Engineer Confesses; No Cold Shutdown, Warned of Tsunami 20Yrs Ago

So what effect will this low level radiation leaking into the environment have on a global population, including children and fetuses? Here are some articles and videos that explain the problem, from a historical perspective. 

Chernobyl Heart Movie; How Children Are Affected;via A Green Road Blog
Bird Radiation Studies; Chernobyl, TMI &Fukushima; Via A Green Road Blog
Depleted UraniumEffects In The Human Body; via A Green Road Blog 
Radium Girls & Radium Dials; Ottowa Illinois, Death City; via A Green Road Blog
HowDangerous Is 400-600 Pounds Of Plutonium Nano Particle Dust Liberated By Fukushima? Via A Green Road Blog

Of course, the pro nuclear apologists will deny any of the above is true, because if they do admit to ANY of the above, their whole industry would quickly be shut down and abolished world wide. 

So really the only question in front of us, is how quickly the truth of the matter will be spread around so that it becomes common knowledge, and when will the nuclear anti life forces by caged and shut down forever? 


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Hot Particles (Fuel Fleas) From Fukushima Continue To Circulate Globally; via A Green Road Blog

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