Archive for July, 2007

Remember the news from July 24th 2006?

At that time Lybia claimed to build an atomic bomb soon.

Exactly one year later, France announced it’s cooperation on the atomic sector with Lybia. Both want to build a reactor that can desalt seawater. Source

In the year 2003 Lybia stopped it’s development for producing Weapons of Mass Destruction. But, what will happen next? Atomic power and atomic bombs are siamese twins – and atomic weapons are Weapons of Mass Desctruction. Is atomic power really the key to Europe – for Lybia?

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If you’re writing about atomic power these days, you’ll get disturbing informations 24/7 – a hundred times per second, directly from the reactor operators itself. Some say: Com’on it was just a small disturbance… – Yeah, a small one. But it’s not a supermarket or zoo we’re talking about, it’s an atomic power plant and they have to run at 100%. Credit this!

Let’s start with some interesting things about the german atomic power plants “Krümmel” and “Brunsbüttel” (the operator is, you know it already, Vattenfall – a shame!). According to IPPNW (ippnw.org) hydrogen explosions occured in the past, in both reactors. It happened between 1987 – 1999. Source

According to IPPNW in 1987 (May) radioactive gases were set free, because a pop valve of the boiling water reactor Brunsbüttel could not have been closed. Later it was detected, that a prior hydrogen explosion was the cause of the malfunction. All operators of atomic power plants have been warned. But in November 1987 and in September 1999 similar incidents occurred.

So, the story goes on. Let’s wait for further details and more information.

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Since 1929 genetic and cancer creating effects of radioactivity are known

In 1946 Hermann J. Mueller got for his experiments the nobelprice: Source
Today science and IAEA ignore these facts.

Atomic power generates low radiation emission which influences the people who are living near an atomic power plant. Its very risky for a scientists or even Journalist to write and talk about that no matter what the results are. Since 1951 exists the myth, that you can not research low radiation. Yes, exactly since 1951. 1951 is an interesting date. 1951 is the beginning of the surface atomic weapon tests in Nevada.

More than 500 generating fallout in the northern hemisphere.

Btw, small insects like mutated Drosophelia flies (because of the fast generated generations) or deaths of human infants can be indicators of low radiation.

  • Hanford started producing Plutonium from 1944 till 1945. Much Iocine 131 was released.

  • The american people were influenced by it (4 billion Picurie according to the US energy ministry).

  • As a result the numbers of thyroid cancer were rising in the US.

  • Until the 90ies 2000 atomic tests were made (USA, USSR, UK, France, India, Pakistan, etc.).

  • The baby boomer Generation of USA and USSR and also parts of Africa were imnfluenced. (Baby boomers are the people who were born from 1945-1965 and also in the 70ies and 80ies of the 20th century).

  • Weak immune illlness was the result.

  • Also carbon14 was created and because of it in 5000 years it will be impossible to definie the age of things.

1952: First catastrophic accident in a reactor in Canada.The deconamination lasted 18 months. Radioactivity fount it’s way into the environment.

1957: Accident in Windscale – UK. The core melted. Radioactivity harms the environment (Iocine 131) More than 50 years later, thyroid cancer is still rising in this area.

1954: First hydrogen bomb (most powerful was a russian one: 58 Mt). Big parts of northern America were an “atomic factory“.

  • The ICRP was founded. At the beginning with 13 male members, 1990 with the first female member.

ICRP said, the tritium emission (from atomic power plants) in water should be 40.000 Bq. And now the crazy progress of the ICRP: In 1990 they said: Lets make 7000 Bq/ litre. This was proved by ACES (Comitee for environmental standards). They said: Wrong housenumber, change the 7000 (Because of cancer danger). They also said: Lower it to 100 Bq in five years until you get 20 Bq / Litre. I think its a big difference between 40.000 and 20, don’t you?

Thats why we should never tolerate a number for low radiation emission from atomic power plants.

Also the IAEA was founded by UN. The IAEA should push the peaceful use of atomic power.

At this time only five countries had atomic power plants.

But the IAEA couldnt stop Pakistan, India, Israel, China and Iran from becoming nuclear.

Its just fair to ask: What are they doing?

1979: Accident in Three Mile Island: Thyroid sub function was rising in this area. At the same time US health ministry started registering this illness. 2000 victims went to the highest court – Reason: The IAEA said radiation can not create health damage and because of that not one case is for real.

The IAEA is saying the same thing about Chernobyl. In 1996 during a IAEA conference in Vienna a speaker said: „The only difference between Chernobyl people and normal russian people ist the level of consuming Vodka.“ Nearly no independet scientists was invited nor had poor scientists the money to make a trip to Vienna… So, the truth is found in the work of real NGOs (not the GNGOs), in the lives of the people and in children’s faces.

According to the IAEA all illness of people who were and are influenced by Chernobyl is caused by Stress.

Mad world?

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From ippnw.org:

quote: IPPNW is the only international medical organization dedicated to preventing nuclear war and abolishing nuclear weapons. We recognize that the catastrophic health and environmental consequences of a nuclear war are at the extreme end of a continuum of armed violence that undermines health and security. IPPNW is committed to ending war and advancing understanding of the causes of armed conflict from a public health perspective.

On July 13th the IPPNW Co-President visited Iran to discuss with Iranian physicians and medical students. He talked about the effects of atomic bombs and that all of us should resist war.

So, which scenario is possible, if you think of an U.S. attack on Iran? Do you know the SR-Fact Sheet: »Medical Consequences of a Nuclear Attack on Iran« ? It was made by Physicians for Social Responsibility, the U.S. section of the IPPNW. It can be found here

HPAC – Hazard Prediction and Assessment Capability:

a possible scenario:

  • 1st, the 2002 Nuclear Posture Review
  • 2nd, the National Security Strategies of 2002
  • 3rd, the 2006 National Strategy to Combat Weapons of Mass Destruction
  • could lead to:

    • six B61-11 earth-penetrating atomic weapons with a yield of 340 kt each
    • dropped on: Isfahan and Natnaz (Iran)
    • Result: In 48 hours -> 2,6 million deaths, fallout on India, Pakistan, Afghanistan (evacuation of the troops?), 10,5 million people injured.

    This must never happen.

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    For the 3rd time operator “Vattenfall” shut the atomic power plant “Brunsbüttel” down, in just four weeks. Parts of german politicians and the public are annoyed and sceptic about Vattenfall and atomic power in general. This time a disturbance in the oil circuit was the cause. According to Vattenfall this was not a notifiable event. Source

    Brunsbüttel is the biggest boiling water reactor in the world. It will be down for 8 or 10 hours. Remember: One day offline costs Vattenfall 500,000 EUROs. I don’t trust Vattenfall. And I don’t trust atomic power in general. Look at Japan, look at Germany – people can’t control this technology nor can they control the information policy.

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    Automatic shutdown of the japanese atomic power plant “Kashiwazaki”, because a fire broke out after an earthquake in the northwest of Japan: Source

  • 8 people died
  • Hundreds were injured
  • 315 gallons of radioactive water leaked out of the plant
  •  An electric transformer was set on fire. Similar like the accident in the german atomic power plant “Krümmel” last month (operator -> Vattenfall): Link

    “Kashiwazaki” is the worlds most powerful atomic power plant – view Wikimapia map

     Which atomic power plant is next? Check out the ones in your country. Atomic power sucks. Too dangerous, too expensive.

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    Vattenfall (operator) published the interim report about the disturbances in the atomic power plant “Krümmel” on their website: Source

     It’s about the disturbances in their atomic power plant “Krümmel” on June 28th 2007, Germany.

    Meanwhile Vattenfall CEO of nuclear energy, Thomauske got fired, also spokesman Altmeppen.

    It’s always the same: If you have problems: Fire some guys. But the main problems are unsolved. View Wikimapia map

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