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Part of the problem is that the nuclear industry has influenced the Government to ignore well-known data in other fields. For example consider the following excerpt from a paper I am writing:
Check out the bio-magnification of cesium-137 at a level of only 10 Bq/m3 of seawater – that is expected off of California, any time this year. Yes, the ocean is not that radioactive, but this is not what matters. What matters is the bequerals per Mol of potassium in one m3 of seawater. When living cells scavenge for potassium, it picks up whatever cesium-137  is in the water according to their molar ratio.
Key parts of living organisms collect cesium-137 to a level that is hundreds of times higher than what is found in the sea water. Compare 10 Bq/m3 in seawater to the concentration inside of the smallest, but most important, yet most vulnerable parts of our bodies. Comparing average internal radiation to the same amount of external radiation doesn’t even begin to paint a true picture. Even taking average tissue concentrations such as in the thyroid does not tell the true story of damage to our neurons and our genetic and control structures in the nuclei of cells.
There is an enormous eco-collapse going on right now in the Pacific. Everything about it looks like radiation sicknesses. However, they just keep repeating the nonsense about the low average radiation in the water. They never discuss the fact that the molar ratio of cesium-137 and potassium is the key insight. By the way, cesium-137 is about 800 times more radioactive than plutonium, and cesium dissolves in water and stays there as persistently as salt.

W. Scott Smith Developer, Alternative Propulsion & Energy Research

February 4, 2014 at 12:11 AM 

Suppose we say that the risk of operating one plant would be expected to be one in ten-thousand years.

That sounds pretty good until you remember that we have more than four hundred of these things operating at any time. So now you must expect a major accident once every twenty-five year.
As I said in the previous post, you can’t compare average rates of radiation. Ingestion is far worse. They used to put 1000 Bq/liter water as low-level waste. Now that is our food and water maximum.
Are all of these researchers anti-nuke wackos???
1. Antipenko, AE, Kalinski MI, Lyzlowa SN. Myocardial Metabolic Regulation under Different Functional Conditions. Russia: University Publishing House; 1992.

2. Antonovych TT, Mostofi FK. Atlas of Kidney Biopsies. Washington, D.C.: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology; 1980.

3. Bandazhevsky GS. The state of cardiac activity in children living in areas contaminated with radionuclides. Medical aspects of radiation exposure on the population living in contaminated areas after the Chernobyl accident: proceedings of the International Scientific Symposium.  Gomel; 1994.

4. Bandazhevsky GS. Functional modifications of myocardium in postnatal ontogenesis under the influence of incorporated radionuclides.


Stunning New Report on USS Reagan Radiation

by JusticeSeeker68Follow


Harvey Wasserman, Common Dreams . . .

A stunning new report indicates the U.S. Navy knew that sailors from the nuclear-powered USS Ronald Reagan took major radiation hits from the Fukushima atomic power plant after its meltdowns and explosions nearly three years ago.  Many of the sailors are already suffering devastating health impacts, but are being stonewalled by Tepco and the Navy.

The $4.3 billion carrier is now docked in San Diego. Critics question whether it belongs there at all. Attempts to decontaminate U.S. ships irradiated during the Pacific nuclear bombs tests from 1946-1963 proved fruitless.


Stars and Stripes  . . .

When the March 11, 2011 disaster struck, the Reagan was on its way to Korea, according to Reagan sailors who participated in Operation Tomodachi. They turned around and immediately made their way for the Japanese mainland, passing through a sea of debris.

Sailors told Stars and Stripes that they believe they were as close as five miles off the coast of the stricken plant that spewed radiation into the air and sea.

Sailors who were onboard the Reagan have claimed that they were drinking contaminated desalinated seawater and bathing in it until the ship’s leadership came over the public address system and told them to stop because it was contaminated. They claim the ventilation system was also contaminated. Furthermore, some claim they were pressured into signing forms confirming they had been given iodine pills when none had been provided.

The ship's ventilation system might have been contaminated?  What other systems might have been contaminated?

The US Navy's "investigation" of the turret explosion on the USS Iowa doesn't give me much confidence that we'll be told the truth about conditions aboard the USS Reagan during its exposure to Fukushima radiation, or about what action has been taken to decontaminate the $4.3 billion dollar carrier. 
Wasserman . . .

In the midst of a snow storm, deck hands were enveloped in a warm cloud that came with a metallic taste. Sailors testify that the Reagan’s 5,500-member crew was told over the ship’s intercom to avoid drinking or bathing in desalinized water drawn from a radioactive sea. The huge carrier quickly ceased its humanitarian efforts and sailed 100 miles out to sea, where newly published internal Navy communications confirm it was still taking serious doses of radioactive fallout.

Still taking serious doses of radioactive fallout.

For how long?
Wasserman . . .

Tepco and the Navy contend the Reagan did not receive a high enough dose to warrant serious concern. But Japan, South Korea and Guam deemed the carrier too radioactive to enter their ports.

Tepco and the Navy are insisting that all is well.


Government Plan to Ship, Store Nuclear Waste is Insane
Now we all know that the Department of Energy has been conscientiously trying to verify that Yucca Mountain would be a suitable site for storing nuclear waste for eons of time, right? Mr. Yurth explains a very serious reason, naturally not publicized by the DOE, why the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste dump would be "suicidal"!

Government Plan to Ship, Store Nuclear Waste Is Insane

Salt Lake Tribune, Sunday, June 30, 2002


The final decision to store nuclear waste under Yucca Mountain and on the Goshute Indian Reservation in western Utah has apparently been made despite negative recommendations provided by a variety of governmental agencies, commissions, the General Accounting Office, private companies, and many
qualified scientists and environmental groups. The governors of Nevada and Utah have voiced very strong opposition to the storage of waste in their respective states.

The problems discussed in the media thus far include such issues as the costs associated with building the Yucca facility, the costs and dangers associated with transporting the waste across state lines, the dangers

associated with terrorist attacks on such shipments and so on.
All of this notwithstanding, there is another, much more serious problem, which has not been addressed or adequately debated, either in Congress or in the public forum. At the heart of the issue lies the unresolved set of problems associated with the catastrophic failure of the materials used to contain the deadly heavy ion nuclear waste materials. The issues related to the process known as "neutron embrittlement" of the containers are not addressed in any government information releases and are seldom referred to in any public discussions of this matter.
The half-life of many of the most potent and therefore most dangerous materials – such as cesium, strontium and plutonium – is estimated by Argonne National Laboratories to be in excess of 1.5 billion years. Other materials have been shown to demonstrate varying rates of half-life decay ranging from 250,000 to 10,000 years. The press releases and pronouncements issued by DOE and NRC almost always focus on the shortest half-life cycles during debates related to encapsulation of such materials. We have seen no references in the press to the longer half-life cycles of the most potent waste materials in any recent articles related to the advisability of burying them at Yucca Mountain and storing them on the Goshute Indian Reservation.
The process of neutron embrittlement is not conceptually difficult to describe or understand. When highly reactive nuclear fuel materials are enclosed in zirconium fuel rods, the principal nuclear material emitted to
produce heat, light and other related effects are neutrons. Neutrons are heavy ions which are emitted at very high velocities. The materials used to drive nuclear fission reactors are packed into zirconium fuel rods because zirconium demonstrates a unique characteristic among all metals. Zirconium, in its pristine state, is essentially transparent to neutron emissions. This means that the neutrons emitted by the encapsulated fuel rods pass through the zirconium unabated.
The reason the fuel rods have to be taken out of circulation and replaced with new ones is not because the fuel material gets used up, in the conventional sense. Instead, the transparency of the zirconium to neutron
emissions eventually becomes hampered. This happens because the continuous bombardment of the zirconium by high-velocity neutrons atomically alters the crystalline structure of the fuel rods themselves.

Eventually, instead of allowing the neutrons to pass unimpeded through the containment rod materials, the fuel rods themselves become very unstable and dangerous. When the fuel rods can no longer allow neutrons to pass to the outside environment, the danger of uncontrollable fission becomes sufficiently compelling to require that the fuel rods be removed from the nuclear pile and stored in water.

The process of neutron embrittlement has been conclusively shown to be irreversible. No material yet devised by human ingenuity is immune to this phenomenon. At Argonne National Laboratories, the most advanced ceramic "glassine" encapsulation materials have been shown to have a viable life as containment barriers of much less than 1,000 years, in the presence of the kind of heavy ion nuclear waste materials stored at sites such as DOE's Savannah River nuclear waste dump. The results of the studies funded by DOE related to this phenomenon have not been released to the general public.

They suggest that our worst fears are probably well founded.

Even in the case of low-grade materials with a half-life of 10,000 years, it is likely that catastrophic containment failure can be reasonably expected before less than 10 percent of the material's half-life decay cycle has been completed. It has been estimated that the best of the current containers may last between 50 and 100 years, assuming they are sited in a pristine environment. There is considerable question about the extent to which the Yucca Mountain site can remain pristine for any length of time. The degree of contamination which could be reasonably expected in the event of a catastrophic failure of the highly compactified field of nuclear waste storage containers, such as the one proposed for Yucca Mountain, surpasses even the most malignant assessments. It is simply suicidal to even consider the option.

(End of article)

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Entombment of the Fukushima Reactors
Here's how to fix Fukushima: Summary – use 3D/4D printing to build the entombment in layers of hemp concrete, lead, and tungsten with a rounded edges hemp plastic exterior. Plant hemp and the radiation eating mushrooms identified by the Albert Einstein Institute. Stop the drug war so folks can use medical marijuana to deal with the sickness that comes from increased radiation exposure, i.e.. Rick Simpson's cancer cure oil. Reinforce existing structures to reduce indoor radiation exposure, i.e.. (as suggested by David Crockett Williams) by adding some borates to the filament mixture as we print radiation shielding on our homes, businesses, decommissioned nuclear power plants, etc. More information on this is posted on J. Nayer Hardin’s blog.
Here's the article's introduction with some of the links listed below.  We can fix Fukushima, and we must do it now.

1. ENTOMB! Construct a sarcophagus around Fukushima’s buildings and water pools/tanks to effectively contain this triple nuclear meltdown.  Use the construction technology of 3D/4D printing to build the object shelters by printing layers of radiation shields. Behorkh Khoshnevis of the University of Southern California has a great design for the application of what he calls Contour Crafting.


2. This construction technique builds on large/huge mobile construction gantries with suspended 3D / 4D printers that build/print around the areas that are radiating...the buildings and the tanks too. Enclose the pools used to hold the contaminated cooling waters too.  Printed encasement layers could include:

3. Layer A – Hempcrete – a strong hemp-based concrete.

Layers B and B1 – Lead and tungsten, blend or separate layers, whatever works best.

Layer C – Steel which is being developed as a material for Chernobyl’s entombment. (May not be needed. But since it was part of Chernobyl's strategy and the printers can print metals too, why not.  The problem will be here way after we're gone.

Layer D – Hemp plastic. It is waterproof and 10x stronger than steel.

Print the entombment in scientifically calculated and configured depths with rounded edges to allow winds and water to go around the structure rather than leave it vulnerable to wear and tear, especially from extreme weather, earthquake and flood conditions.

Since 3D printing prints with mass, it is possible for us to add other things and concepts to the printing recipe.  

For example, I asked the noted scientist, activist and friend David Crockett Williams “Is there a way to re-design a Faraday cage to contain the radiation like the cage does with electricity? And what could we add to the entombment mixture to make it more radiation absorbent?

Williams responded:

"Well, as far as I know the properties of the radioactivity radiation are such that the radiation is not effected by electromagnetism to where the Faraday cage can shield such radiation electromagnetically.  

But there is some property of boron or borates like tetrasodium borate like they use for air drops of fire repellent, but that ‘quenches’ radioactivity.  

Like if you added borate to cement to increase its effectiveness in shielding radiation.  Radioactivity radiation needs a thicker medium than a layer of wires like the Faraday cage.

Water actually absorbs such radiation pretty well, and they use that in the fuel pools not only to cool the fuel rods but to absorb their radiation by the water molecules.  

I suspect it would only take about 10-20 feet of some kind of borate jello to absorb all the radioactivity from being transmitted, but never really studied the best options, or what they finally did and are still doing to maintain safeguards at Chernobyl."
This is why the world needs to work together, to come up with the best ideas and implement them. With the web it's not that difficult to do. We just need the will. [Asking Williams to chair a team of scientists to kick around online how to fix Fukushima].
Energy: Power the plant, water pools construction and maintenance with dual free energy systems, e.g. magnetic, solar and/or hydro. Use shielded, wire commanded and power delivered systems for heavy earth moving equipment and robots for maintenance tasks. For additional power sources see Gary Vesperman’s “130 Electrical Energy Innovations”, “Space Travel Innovations”, and “Ten Possible Technical Solutions to the Lake Mead Water Shortage” in
Structural Note: Tunneling under the plant is necessary to build a 360-degree sarcophagus where the entire structure is in place to keep the excess radiation from leaking further into the air and ocean. Should the land under the plant be washed/eroded away, the structure may have to float on its own. Let science calculate the structure and tunneling depths while planning for all possible contingencies.
Chernobyl – New Safe Confinement
triple nuclear meltdown
Japan’s Triple Nuclear Meltdown Tour of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant
Contour Crafting: 3D House Printer

Behorkh Khoshnevis of the University of Southern California
3D/4D printers
Contour Crafting
Contour Crafting Home site
The ‘contour crafting’ construction technique builds on large/huge mobile construction gantries with suspended 3D/4D printers that build/print around the areas that are radiating...the buildings and the tanks too. Enclose the pools used to hold the contaminated cooling waters too.  Printed encasement layers could include:
3D Systems – Architecture, Engineering and Construction
Layer A – Hempcrete – a strong hemp-based concrete.
Layers B and B1 – Lead and tungsten, blend or separate layers, whatever works best.
Layer C – Steel which is being developed as a material for Chernobyl’s entombment. (May not be needed. But since it was part of Chernobyl's strategy and the printers can print metals too, why not.  The problem will be here way after we're gone.
Layer D – Hemp plastic. It is waterproof and 10x stronger than steel.
Hempcrete – The World’s Strongest Building Material
hemp based concrete
Building with Hemp – Spray Applied Hempcrete
Radiation Shielding – Lead
Tungsten Radiation Shielding
Metal Shield To Encase Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster
Hemp plastic
10x stronger than steel
Henry Ford’s Hemp Plastic Car
Source:   February 3, 2014 email from J. Nayer Hardin to and David Crockett Williams Subject was “How To Fix Fukushima”.
For more on the politics of hemp see “David Crockett Williams (Reporter):  Non-Drug Industrial Hemp as Bio-Fuel” in “Energy Invention Suppression Cases” in pp 77-79.
David Crockett Williams’ website is
David Crockett Williams has suggested these two links: Comprehensive update references and summary as of Feb.1, 2014. Very active forum to add comments for those interested in wider networking on this issue. A professional evaluation by Arnie Gunderson – calm delivery

Professor Keshe Claims He has Solution to Fukushima
Professor Keshe has announced his technology to solve the Fukushima crisis and other gross contamination problems.  Probably the most powerful video he has made yet. It includes how to make a nanotech superconductor material from junk in your backyard and swimming pool chemicals.


His story is now up on my page:


Ken Rasmussen

Published on Jan 29, 2014 by the Keshe Foundation –
The situation in the nuclear power station in Fukushima Daiichi plant is worse than before, and there is a need for a bridge gap process to decontaminate the lands and the waters in the area.

In this video, we have shown another alternative and cheap process to decontaminate the lands and the waters in the house and farmlands.

Warnings and safety procedures:

Make sure you wear protective clothing when starting to make the Nano materials.

Keep a good distance from the containers when you introduce the water to the container, due to the splash of the boiling content.

We advise that farmers work as collective groups rather than individuals and ask for TEPCO supervisors to be present when they carry these procedures out on the land or for water decontamination.

Nano-materials can penetrate skin; please wear gloves when making these materials.

Wear thick clothing materials and heavy boots and gloves when on the land or decontaminating water.

The process shown in this video will create a condition to remove the materials. But it does not create or explains the condition to handle the materials after removal from the land or water.

Once collected, the handling of the contaminated materials will have to be left to the TEPCO and the Japanese government.

The farmers should not walk on their land until they are sure their land, by using radiation detectors, is decontaminated using the new technology.

With this process, farming machinery can be used to introduce the new materials on the land, and the same machines can be used to plow and collect the new contaminated material from the land.

Use farming machines like tractors to disperse the produced Nano-materials and for collecting the contaminated new materials afterwards from the land.

Any contaminated clothing or tools can be washed in the water by placing them in the container in which fresh processed Nano-coated materials are placed. After a few hours the clothing can be removed – the radioactive materials from clothing will have been attached to the coated materials.

Do not use hands to wash the contaminated clothing.

When, washing use a wooden stick, which can be replaced after each wash.

Do not reuse the stick; place it with the Nano materials from the wash in the steel drum as explained below.

The water after washing should be free of any radiation; but the coated elements will have to be placed in the container and handed to TEPCO.

Always wear protective clothing so that you do not come in touch with contaminated materials which were extracted from the farmland or the water.

Dig a hole in the ground. Place in the hole the steel container or drum for the collected materials. Then place a heavy thick slab on top of the hole.

Make sure the hole is located well away from any residential places.

Never look in to the container. Make sure the container is easy to lift and replaced once it is removed by TEPCO.

Once collected, the handling of the contaminated materials will have to be left to the TEPCO and the Japanese government.

We will give more advice on the forum of the Keshe Foundation workshop.

The work of the Keshe Foundation needs support so that we can stay independent of governments and multinational corporations for our research. You can support our work by donating funds to the Keshe Foundation by using the donation bottom at the Keshe Foundation website. We will be able to carry on with our work and teaching new scientists at our Spaceship Institute.

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