reply to post by Carreau
hate to be that guy Carreau, I'm actually a bit angry
not at you for allowing yourself to be mind-fuked
[yes that's meant to be fuku pun]
but that I'm having to play the role of debunker here*
The Mysterious Silence Emanating from those all too quick to verbally bitch slap and ridicule any speculation
[though very careful to adhere to T&C and even quicker to hit the alert button]
confirms much regarding their motivations and possible loyalties
a simple google image search on your pics
SHOW NO OFFICIAL LINKS TO THEIR ALLEGED SOURCES
thousands of links
NO OFFICIAL LINKS TO THEIR ALLEGED SOURCES
just a little more digging, actually almost by accident,
Nuclear Fallout Map Claim: Message details effects of nuclear fallout from Japan across the
western United States. FALSE
Fukushima Emergency Claim: Image purportedly shows radioactive seepage spreading across
the Pacific Ocean from the Fukushima nuclear plant. FALSE
Origins: This map showing the projected path of fallout across the western United States following a
possible meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan began circulating shortly after a massive 8.9 earthquake hit that country in
March 2011. The map bore the logo of the Australian Radiation Services (ARS), an organization which has disclaimed any connection with it:
Australian Radiation Services is aware of information about radioactive contamination being spread from the Japanese nuclear reactor incident released
under the ARS logo and name. We wish to be clear that this information has not originated from ARS and as such distance ourselves from any such
News accounts reporting on Internet-circulated information about the situation regarding nuclear reactors in Japan noted that:
Some postings were criminally absurd and flat-out wrong.
One map that went viral showed color-coded plumes of radiation moving eastward across the Pacific and the prediction that radiation levels measuring
3,000 rads would reach the Aleutian Island chain in three days. Levels of 1,500 rads will hit the northern coast of British Columbia within a week and
western North American "from Alaska to the Baja tip in 10 days, with radiation levels of 750 rads," the posting warned.
These numbers, which would kill or sicken quickly, have absolutely no basis in fact at all. And, according to a radiation expert at the Federal
Emergency Management Agency, they are more typical of the levels that might occur after a nuclear attack.
As of 17 March 2011, officials were reporting that any radiation which might reach the U.S. would have "extremely minor health consequences":
A United Nations forecast projects the radioactive plume from the Fukushima facility would reach the Aleutian Islands on Thursday [17 March] and hit
Southern California late on Friday [18 March].
The projection, calculated on Tuesday [15 March], gives no information about actual radiation levels. Health and nuclear experts emphasize that
radiation in the plume will be diluted as it travels and will have extremely minor health consequences in the United States.
Read more at www.snopes.com...
However, that chart did not actually track or measure radioactive discharge
emanating from Fukushima in 2013, or any other aspect of the Fukushima disaster. It was a plot created by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration (NOAA) immediately after the Tohoku earthquake in March 2011 showing the wave height of the tsunami that followed. It had (and has)
nothing to do with the flow or spread of radioactive seepage from Fukushima.
Read more at www.snopes.com...
here's the Original Image had to dig quite a bit and a spot of divination too! www.nnvl.noaa.gov...
funny how some of the MAJOR LORD HIGH DEBUNKERS OF ATS
with their Mega-Monitored Computing Engines, their yottabytes of data, databases, sources, and connections
are just sitting this one out, though the more narcissistic ones will no doubt make an appearance...
Why is the MSM, all too willing to make Conspiracy Theorists out to be crazy, and never missing the chance to mock and denigrate them [hmmm... who
does that remind me of?]
and to piss on the rising star of their competition:" the alternative media "
not pouncing on this one?
because it's too early in the game...
the psyops goal seems to be to crush CTs, " the alternative media ", and any real future whistleblowers
Once and for all...
[yes, some of those whistleblowers are fake]
they're just reeling out enough rope to let as many hang themselves as possible
Sept. 20, 2013: Tokyo's Daily Radiation Readings NOW Equivalent to Background
Radiation Levels BEFORE March 11, 2011, Underscoring the Big Lie of Fukushima Radiation Hysteria
"Tokyo is 124 miles from the Daiichi Nuclear Power station in Fukushima prefecture, while Los Angeles is 5,541 miles from Tokyo. If "tons" (1) of
plutonium had been spewed into the air from the Daiichi power station, as some Japan radiation hysteria promoters (E.g. Steven Jones,
globalresearch.com.ca, see Footnote 1 at bottom of page) have wildly claimed, then you would have seen a HUGE and unprecedented up tick in Tokyo
readings BEFORE such radiation could ever traverse the entire Pacific Ocean and show up on the west coast of America."
The background radiation readings in Tokyo have only IMPROVED -- as predicted -- since my last Tokyo radiation update on December 3, 2012, and now
equal the background radiation levels recorded in Tokyo BEFORE the 3/11 attack on Japan and the nuclear bomb sabotage operations executed at the
Daiichi Nuclear Power station on March 11, and 12 of 2011, a story exclusively broken and made public at this web site on March 12, 2011. The
unrelenting torrent of outright fabrications, exaggeration, and hyperbole undertaken by Fukushima radiation hysteria promoters at EneNews
(enenews.com...), or rense.com, or on every Leftist media outlet across America to pump up the unfounded assertion that Japan and the entire
world is now engulfed in the death fog of a Fukushima radiation "catastrophe" that now is claiming to exceed (no less!) the radiation contamination
caused by the Chernobyl disaster is an absurdity on steroids.
（Environmental radiation levels in Tokyo / day）
again sorry, much respect and all man, but better now than later
who'll be able to brush away any opposition by pointing back at the fukushima scare and then toss it
in the "Hoax Bin"/"Ludicrous Online Lies" category
as they rape the earth ...
edit on 28-10-2013 by Metaphysique because: (no reason given)