There is a Fukushima scam going on. People saying ‘all life in the pacific is dead due to Fukushima’.

A guy raising major funds saying no pacific life, is also saying ‘no bugs are on the West coast due to Fukushima’….

Its a scam to fleece the community.

There is indeed life in the Pacific, and there are bugs on the West coast.

Raising money from the community , saying they have PROVED there are ‘no bugs’ , and PROVED the ‘pacific is dead’. Shaky short videos , heavily edited, intentionally omitting ‘life’.

Big name channels on youtube pushing this scam.

Their new goal, everyone donate $1 , needing 30,000 people to give!

They already got a $25,000 boat, a brand new HF RADAR, and a paid West coast ‘expedition’ to ‘prove’ a false claim.

It was a false claim to begin with, setting out to prove NOTHING is there. How does one ‘ prove ‘ ‘nothing is there’? Its a logical fallacy, proving something is NOT there??? Need to raise funds to peove the absense of something???


Now, people are trying to push this scam on ENEnews, youtube, facebook, and twitter.

Jim Lee, radchick, beautifulgirlbtdana, xrayultra, triforce troll legion, nibirumagick2012 are all involved with a crew numbering in the dozens, all pushing this latest Fukushima hoax.

The whole attack on us this past week was because I dared to question the ‘no bugs’ claim (jim lees own words on why they slammed me, tat, freeradio, redpill, monty etc).

Its all a huge money making scam!!! Busted wide open now!

Dutchsinse How quickly people seem to forget… from day ONE of fukushima I did jet stream forecasts, and for crying out loud ..I found the NILU plots everyone uses today. https://www.google.com/search?num=50&q=dutchsinse%20nilu…

2011 NILU and their ZARDOZ server… http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=d14_1305191619

Fukushima jet stream forecasts from day 1 … guess people forgot .. at the time everyone said I was crazy for keeping track… lol…. .. https://www.google.com/search?num=50…

Lets go back in time and remind the fukushima crew who covered what, and when! https://www.google.com/search?num=50…

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Fukushima Emergency

Claim:   Image shows radioactive seepage spreading across the Pacific Ocean from the Fukushima nuclear plant.


August 2013]

Japan’s nuclear watchdog has now declared the leak of radioactive water from Fukushima a “state of emergency.” Each day, 300 tons of radioactive water seeps into the ocean, and it’s now clear that TEPCO has engage in a two-and-a-half-year cover-up of immense magnitude.

Origins:   The massive (8.9) Tohoku earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit Japan in March 2011 resulted in a series of equipment failures, nuclear meltdowns and releases of radioactive materials from the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, the largest nuclear disaster since the catastrophic accident at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine in April 1986.

In August 2013, news accounts quoted an official from Japan’s Nuclear Regulatory Authority as stating that highly radioactive water was seeping from the plant into the Pacific Ocean and creating an “emergency” situation that the plant’s operators were not adequately containing:

Highly radioactive water seeping into the ocean from Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear plant is creating an “emergency” that the operator is struggling to contain, an official from the country’s nuclear watchdog said on Monday.This contaminated groundwater has breached an underground barrier, is rising toward the surface and is exceeding legal limits of radioactive discharge, Shinji Kinjo, head of a Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NRA) task force, [said].Countermeasures planned by Tokyo Electric Power Co (Tepco) are only a temporary solution, he said.Tepco’s “sense of crisis is weak,” Kinjo said. “This is why you can’t just leave it up to Tepco alone” to grapple with the ongoing disaster.

“Right now, we have an emergency,” he said.

References to these news accounts were widely circulated on the Internet accompanied by a color graphic supposedly showing the flow of radioactive discharge from Fukushima all the way across the Pacific Ocean to the western coasts of North and South America and down to Antarctica:

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.

As for whether the current Fukushima “emergency” poses a danger to residents of the U.S., American officials have stated that the diluting effects of the vast Pacific Ocean expanse would likely neutralize any deleterious effects from the radioactive seepage by the time it reached U.S. shores:

In the United States, across the Pacific, there was no sense of alarm.”With the amount of dilution that would occur, any kind of release in Japan would be non-detectable here,” said David Yogi, spokesman for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.Eric Norman, a nuclear engineering professor at the University of California, Berkeley, said the latest leak was not a concern.”The Pacific Ocean is an enormous place,” said Norman, who found radiation from the Fukushima nuclear power in California rainwater, milk and plants soon after the earthquake and tsunami. “There’s a lot of material between us and Japan. No matter what happens in Fukushima, it’s not going to be a problem over here.”

Likewise, the Hawaii State Department of Health has been monitoring Japanese water quality surveys and anticipates no public health effect in that state due to leaks from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant:

The Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH) continues to monitor the results of water quality surveys [from Japan] and does not anticipate any public health effect on beachgoers or seafood safety around the Hawaiian Islands, due to the following factors:• Water acts as a diluent. While there may be significant quantities of radioactive material released into the sea near the Fukushima reactor site, the massive amount of water in the Pacific Ocean would rapidly dilute and disperse the materials to negligible levels.• Some radioactive isotopes rapidly decay. For example, the half life of Iodine-131 (I-131) is about eight days. This means that the activity level of the I-131 isotope drops by half every eight days. Given the length of time since the event, the short-lived radionuclides would have decayed to near background levels and therefore pose no health hazard. Although Cesium isotopes have longer half-lives (Cs-134 has a half-life of about two years, Cs-137 a longer half-life of about 30 years), the radionuclides also undergo biological excretion and do not continue to build up in fish forever.

(Similar “false image” fears were spurred by the Internet circulation of a nuclear fallout map back in March 2011.)

In December 2013, alarmist reports were spread on the Internet with headlines such as “TEPCO Quietly Admits Reactor 3 Could Be Melting Down Now!” and “Persons residing on the west coast of North America should IMMEDIATELY begin preparing for another possible onslaught of dangerous atmospheric radiation!” Such claims were exaggerations based on much less sensational reports (similar to ones issued several months earlier) which simply stated that the plant’s operators, the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), had recently observed steam issuing from one of the damaged Fukushima reactor buildings but had “not identified [any] abnormal plant conditions.” As noted at the Fukushima Diary blog:

Since the end of 2013, a hoax has been going around on the Internet saying that Reactor #3 is experiencing a meltdown. (In fact, it had already melted down some time earlier.)From my observation, this mess started with an article on Enenews saying that Reactor #3 had been observed still steaming multiple times in December, which is correct.However, “steam” has been observed issuing from that reactor beginning in July 2013, and since then it has been observed almost every day. From the frequency of the “steam,” I assume it is evaporated coolant water leaking out of primary containment vessel, and we’re seeing it now because TEPCO has removed the major debris from the top of the reactor. Probably the steam has been coming up since just after [the earthquake of] March 2011. Sure it’s extremely radioactive, nobody can stand on the top of reactor #3, and it’s harmful for the west coast. However, it’s been that way for 3 years now.================================

Nuclear Fallout Map

Claim:   Message details effects of nuclear fallout from Japan across the western United States.


Examples:   March 2011]

I hope people realize this is amazingly serious if a meltdown happens. The Fallout will travel according to the trade winds…80-120 rads – You have a 10% chance of vomiting and experiencing nausia for a few days

130 -170 rads – You have a 25% chance of vomiting and contracting other symptoms

180-220 rads – You have a 50% chance of vomiting and having other severe physical effects

270 More..-330 rads – 20% chance of death in 6 weeks, or you will recover in a few months.

400-500 rads – 50% chance of death

550-750 rads – Nausea within a few hours; no survivors

1000 rads – immediate incapacitation and death within a week or less.

Japan has “lost control” of 4 out of 5 nuclear reactors at two facilities hit hard by the earthquake. Radioactivity outside the buildings was reported earlier at 8 times ‘normal’—a six-mile radius has been evacuated. Potentially, this could be the worst nuclear accident in history. If you have an iodine supplement (even kelp) take it immediately at a maximum dose and be prepared for fallout across North America in three days, lasting indefinitely.

It would be unprecedented to get accurate news about this event.


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 misinformation.

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.

The California Emergency Management Agency concurred with that assessment:

Jordan Scott, a spokesman for the California Emergency Management Agency, said nuclear experts had reassured officials in his office that “there is no danger at this time.”Scott said they also have been told that, should a meltdown occur at one of Japan’s quake-damaged nuclear reactors, “it is highly unlikely that we would see any effects of it here.””Things would have to get kind of ‘end of days’ for us to see even a little bit of it here. We’re talking very extreme,” Scott said. “We’re just too far for anything to really reach us. A majority of the materials that would come out of there in a meltdown would dissipate” within miles, he said.

Last updated:   17 March 2011


food in berkley, CA :


EURAD cesium-137 forecast:


United States EPA “radiation map”:


Uranium found in Hawaii , and WEST COAST USA !


Geiger measurement today to be done from illinois.

Here are the radiation links I have assembled.


all old links below still functioning…

Full mid levels of Cesium , Xenon, and Iodine.. particulate matter, in the cloud vapor from surface level to 5000m (15,000 feet) ..

It is up to you to decide how you want to approach this data.

Personally, I believe it to be IN THE PRECIPITATION for sure.. which means you do not want to get the rain or snow on you, and do not want to injest the fluid.. (i.e. drink the water) until levels deminish.

the revealed US site:


Here is a list of the radioactive particles in the air.
Taken from the 3-16-11 on ZAMG site.

CS 137


Higher plumes, reaching 5000 meters (15,000 feet) are forecast to reach Portugal, Spain, and central europe.

Finland radiation:


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dutch radiation monitoring:


swiss radiation monitoring:


Finland radiation monitoring:



French radiation monitoring: (thanks to youtube user: RehKurts ! )



jet stream forecasting: