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U.S. officials have told NBC News that they're seeing a disparity between Japanese radiation readings and the readings they've been getting from military monitors.
NBC's sources said the Japan nuclear site and its surroundings are being monitored by a variety of U.S. aircraft, including:
•U-2 spy planes. The U-2s, flying out of Okinawa, have "radiation suites" that can take readings at various altitudes.
•Global Hawk drone.The Global Hawk remote-controlled plane, now on its second run, has multispectral imaging capabilities, including thermal infrared and synthetic aperture radar. Kyodo News Service quoted Japanese government sources as saying that the Global Hawk was taking images of the inside of the reactor buildings.
•WC-135 Constant Phoenix aircraft. One radiation-sniffing WC-135, basically a converted Boeing 707 jet, is on its way from Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska to the area around Japan, where it will take atmospheric readings.
“I can confirm the WC-135 has deployed to the Pacific region,” said Major Chad Steffey, a spokesman for the Air Force, in an e-mail yesterday.www.bloomberg.com...
Originally posted by cripmeister
Originally posted by Unity_99
Well I read Alaska was getting surges of radiation and then clicked into another removed link.
I watched a video about a mega storm coming, that seems radiactive.
And according to the experts, its very serious, the reactors have been damaged and melting down, and boiled dry, with huge radiation surges, but its all under control, power fixed everything, the radiation is low, a few buckets solved the problem and filled the tanks up.
I swear the devils dancing and laughing at everyone in this. And our leaders are handing him sacrifices.
Fukushima Daiichi has spiked at 400 millisieverts, Chernobyl was 6000 millisieverts.
The Tokyo Fire Department dispatched 30 trucks capable of discharging massive amounts of water to high places and some 140 firefighters of its ''hyper rescue'' team, who are specialists in rescue operations in large-scale disasters.
Originally posted by robyn
Probably sounds silly but I thinking of something like a big above ground pool prefab constructed around it filled with pumped in H2O from a distance.