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Health Ministry (!!!) attacks the people with a more than 100% increase of radiation: http://ajw.asahi.com/article/0311disaster/fukushima/AJ201504180025
530 Minamisoma residents sue government over hot spot delisting: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2015/04/17/national/crime-legal/530-minamisoma-residents-sue-government-hot-spot-delisting/#.VTUqa-Hy0ue
YOU can take part: HERE
The learned from Belarus: 1,000 areas off danger list: http://www.nbcnews.com/id/6492342/ns/us_news-environment/t/chernobyl-neighbors-ignoring-long-term-risk#.VTfJzOHy0uc
Chernobyl no longer allowed in Belarus: http://spring96.org/en/news/76869
This is about the Hot Spot regulations 特定避難勧奨地点for Minami-sôma. Around the evacuation zones with more than 20 mSv / year 132 families get 100,000 Yen per month. These families sued the officials, because the radiation remains high.
Defiant Judge Hideaki Higuchi rules and bans restarts of Takahama Reactors: http://www.evacuate-fukushima.com/2015/04/defiant-judge-hideaki-higuchi-rules-and-bans-restarts-of-takahama-reactors/
The 100 Millisievert Threshold Lie http://www.strahlentelex.de/The_100_Millisievert_Threshold_Lie_Statement_German_GSS.pdf
“it is recognized by the World Health Organization that the International Atomic Energy Agency has the primary responsibility for encouraging, assisting and coordinating research and development and practical application of atomic energy for peaceful uses throughout the world without prejudice to the right of the World Health Organization to concern itself with promoting, developing, assisting and coordinating international health work, including research, in all its aspects. ” http://www.iaea.org/Publications/Documents/Infcircs/Others/inf20.shtml#note_c
Thursday 11:00 to 15:00 May 29th 2014 – CRMS Setagaya Shimokitazawa Station
Mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
CRMS Setagaya Workshop for the people / Civil Society
medical info on exposure to low-doses.
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Tomorrow at 7 am starts early the big trip to Japan. The german NGO “For a world without an Atomic Threat” travels with german an belarusian youths to Japan. The programs includes Fukushima 20 and 30 km zone, Hiroshima, and the place where radioactive waste is burned, meeting with other students and youths.
Visiting: Peace Museum Hiroshima: http://www.pcf.city.hiroshima.jp/index_e2.html
Exchanges with students in Hiroshima City University (Professor Masae Yuasa)
Photo exhibition Chernobyl Fukushima
Event at the House of Representatives (upper house) 102
with experts and activists
Speech on incinerator of radioactive waste in the village Samekawa
Action by Mrs. Keiko Sasaki, talk with Fukushima Prefecture Officials
There will be a diary video blog on this website: http://restart-initiative.org/about-us-2/
The group returned from Japan, here is the Interview: Here are the resutls of the trip of our NGO to Japan, with belarusian and japanese and german youths: – the japanese youths, student did not know that the health impact of Chernobyl is now showing up, and that people now suffer (although it was also the case after the explosions), they are very interested, what kind of energy can replace nuclear energy, there seems to be not an outcry like it was the case in 1986, and the japanese want to continue to cooperate with ou NGO. The whole interview (german) is here: Minute 12 on- German Radio SWR2: http://swrmediathek.de/player.htm?show=0d855640-cd65-11e3-988b-0026b975f2e6
The overall programm:
The program in Hiroshima:
Base for the trip, the 2013 program:
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged belrad, beta gamma radiometer, cesium, Children, Civil Society, CRMS, food, internal emitters, nuclear, parents, Radiation, reactor, Strontium, students on March 2, 2014 | Leave a Comment »
Parents, Teachers, Students must unite and measure Radioactive Atoms IN the FOOD and IN the BODY. Independent and ALL the time. Never trust officials and official measurements. Avoid them and radiation at all cost. Unite and buy Beta Gamma Activity Monitors. HOW? Ask: CRMS Japan and / or BELRAD Belarus. This work can be involved in the biology and physics or in home economics in order to create an awareness in the school. The opportunity must be free, 24hrs open, and for everyone. Expect to be called “panic makers” by officials. They instead let the radiation fly into the body of you, via dose limits.
Stochastic effects and children:
There is statistical health damage caused by the so-called low-level radiation (above ZERO up to 500mSv.) That is not assigned to any particular people, but occur in a defined population. This issue is the subject of thousands of studies all over the world since the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, and I will discuss in detail below with reference to examples. Factors such as age, gender, health, immune system, nutrition, social situation and the duration of exposure of the radioactivity influence the onset of cancer and other diseases. Until the Chernobyl disaster, the biological effects in the body of the
radioactive isotopes have been undervalued.
It is now clear: Any radiation poses a risk especially for children who are extremely radiosensitive.
1) A child is constantly increasing in weight and size, it grows from the intrauterine embryo to adult, the younger, the faster. Therefore, the cells divide much more frequently than an adult. Cells in the division phase (mitosis) are more vulnerable to radiation than cells in the resting phase.
2) The ability of the body to recognize “defective” cells and to eliminate them develops during childhood. An embryo has not yet this ability. Therefore “defective” cells can multiply unimpeded and later lead to cancer or heritable diseases.
3) A child that grows must hold more substances than emiting them, more than an adult. The body of a child takes in more radioactive substances in food, drink and air we breathe than adults. Especially dangerous are 137 and Cs-134 and 137 and Sr-90 – deposited in the muscles or in the bone (see below).
4) Children have their whole lives ahead of them. Some diseases caused by radiation take a long time to occur (latency): 20 or even 30 years. Children are more likely than older adults to reach the dubious chance to see the end of this latency. In the human body there are about 200 different cell types, each has a different function.
Basically, each cell can respond to injury with four responses:
1) The damage is so severe that the cell dies.
2) The cell can repair the damage (in children see above).
3) The cell loses its ability to produce certain substances, such as in the pancreas gland which can not produce insulin anymore (increase of diabetes in Belarus among children and adults) or other digestive juices during the growth, of the thyroid hormones.
4) The malignant cells degenerate and there is cancer.
It is now clear: Any radiation poses a risk especially for children who are extremely radiosensitive.
The effect of 4 isotopes of iodine -131, Strontium-90, Tritium (H-3) and cesium – 134 / 137 on the human body I will now show more detail, not without pointing out the most toxic isotope, plutonium (Pu-239), that triggers in micrograms cancer. It is produced in each reactor in the fission of uranium, about 250kg per year and reactor.
Iodine – 131
Half-life of 8-9 days, but the full decay time means it is located in the area about 3 months. It is a gas and can be transported hundreds of kilometers in the clouds, where it then falls as rain. In normal operation of reactors 10,000,000,000 becquerel escape per year allowed – and per reactor! Bythe disasters at Chernobyl and Fukushima huge amounts were set free and were absorbed by the body through the breath and the food. In particular, the thyroid gland needs much iodine for the preparation of growth hormone. The child’s growing body needs very much and can not distinguish between the radioactive isotope and the normal iodine. Radio-Iodine emits beta and gamma rays in the tissue, and damages the organ.
As in the first years of Chernobyl no ultrasound examinations were performed because opf the absence of equipment – there is no information about the early damage in the thyroid. In the Fukushima Prefecture live 360 ,000 children and adolescents aged 0-18 years. Approximately 60,000 were previously studied. In over 40% nodes and cysts were found.
Normally, these changes are not seen until adulthood. They do not belong to young thyroid glands. They are the expression of a diffuse injury. What will happen can only be seen in follow-up examinations (see above). By Chernobyl 4,000 children in Belarus dveloped thyroid cancer, throughout the Soviet Union probably 7,000 children developed thyroid cancer, which practically did not occur until 1986 in children. On my first visit to Minsk in 1990, I saw in a clinic children of all ages, even very small, which went through surgery and were already in a rehabilitation clinic. But also chronic thyroid inflammation and Hypothyroidism / Hyperthyroidism occur and must be regularly examined and treated so that a Child can thrive. Meanwhile, the thyroid cancer also occurs in adults (see latency) and we can see thyroid gland dysfunctionagain and again in children from Belarus.
Strontium – 90 and Tritium, H-3
Tritium is a beta emitter with a half-life of 12.3 years. Nuclear power plants in normal operation emit it in large quantities over their chimney and their waste into water, into the environment. It combines with oxygen to “heavy water” (HTO). Again, plants, animals or the human body, can not differ between Tritium and H²O. It is absorbed into the body, and even built into the genes, where the beta particles – are close enough to radiosensitive structures to cause diseases and genetic defects – despite the low range. Strontium-90., a beta-emitter with a half life of 28.8 years (full decay time 288 years), is leaving reactors to the environment in much smaller quantities as tritium or cesium. Since it is held by the body for calcium, it is also incorporated into the teeth and the bone (http://www.radiation.org/projects/tooth_fairy.html). Beta particles radiate the whole life time in the bone marrow into highly sensitive ares where hematopoiesis takes place. Even small amounts of Sr-90 are therefore the most dangerous triggers for leukemia (blood cancer) in children. The bone marrow also contains the stem cells of the red blood cells. They are damaged, and cause anemia, with negative consequences for the welfare of the children. The immune bodies are formed in the bone marrow. This ability is reduced or no longer available and the result is what you can call “Chernobyl AIDS”, a weakened immune system. Minor infection widen into bronchitis or pneumonia. It also seems that after vaccination not enough Antibodies are fomed. Bone cancer in children – used to be very rare – is also caused by the built in Strontium-90.. In the summer, belarusian children of last year, we saw massive caries. In my opinion also be the result of built in Strontium-90.
“It is well known that radiation can cause mutations in bacteria and viruses. Andrei Sakharov, the famous Russian physicist, described in his 1992 Memoirs that even at low levels radiation could increase mutations of bacteria and viruses. His predictions, which were originally made in 1958, have come true and we are seeing new ailments such as Reye’s syndrome which first appeared in 1963, and Legionnaires’ disease, which is caused by a bacteria that was not threatening prior to 1976. AIDS may be related to a mutated virus combined with a weakened immunity in a generation born after the first nuclear weapons were detonated.”
„When the radiation from such isotopes as strontium-89 and 90 in the bone marrow mutates an existing virus that invades the T-cells of the immune system and kills them in the process of replication, the stage is set for the complete collapse of the immune defenses and resulting death from opportunistic infections or cancer.” http://www.nuclearreader.info/chapter1.html
Cesium – 137
Half-life is about 30 years (full decay time 300 years), biological half-life of 50-150 days, in children it tends to be shorter. Cesium is excreted through the kidneys. The body uses it as potassium, which is located in each cell. Cesium sends beta and gamma radiation from the decay, and is absorbed by the body from the diet quickly and completely. In whole-body radiation measurements (Whold Body Counter Check-ups), the gamma radiation of cesium – 137 is measured in Bq / kg of body weight and measured before and after a recovery residence of children from Belarus a significant decrease of the Cesium can be seen: https://tekknorg.wordpress.com/2012/04/14/children-radiation-maps-2/ Cesium is the “leading isotope” by the disasters of Chernobyl and Fukushima. And where there is Cesium, of course, are also
many other isotopes. Since Cesium can occur in every cell, every organ is to be damaged. It comes to high concentrations in the muscles, and heart muscle where cells die or the blood supply by destroying the vessel walls no longer works. Strokes and heart attacks resulting in people in middle age. Renal failure, high blood pressure in childhood, liver injury and diffuse brain disorders are described. Children suffer from cataracts of the eyes, older people without cataracts are the exception. Also in the placenta cesium is concentrated and harms the growing child. Miscarriages, premature births, birth defects resulting with a large birth risk and developmental disorders. Each organ, especially the lungs and the gastrointestinal tract in women, can develop cancer, and it appears that the cancer caused by radioactive radiation is particularly aggressive and metastasizes quickly.
In each nucleus a chromosome is set of all the genetic information, which is called the genome. Changes of this genetic information are called mutation. A mutation happens in egg or sperm cells, the embryo can not develop and die from it, or it comes to malformations. To date, over 3,000 genetic diseases are known. In the first year of Chernobyl statistically more children were born with Down syndrome (trisomy) as before and after (https://tekknorg.wordpress.com/2012/06/17/nuclear-cancer-industry/)! From animal experiments it is known that all types of mutations can be caused by radiation! Since cesium-137 remains 300 years in the biological cycle, and occurs mostly with food and water always in the organism, the genetic damage is further increased with generation after generation, more and more people in their suffer from genetic mutations.
“We are concerned specifically with the syndrome of long-lived incorporated radionuclides (SLIR) because when caesium 137 enters the human body, it is incorporated into several vital organs and systems simultaneously. The consequence of this process is the inhibition of the cellular energy cycle, which causes metabolic disorders in the human body. Lowering the level of energy carriers leads to destructive changes and insufficient, restorative processes at the cellular and intracellular level. Research conducted at the Gomel State Medical Institute (1990-1999) showed that symptoms of the syndrome of long-lived radionuclides appeared in children when the concentration of Cs-137 in the body reached a level of 50 Bq / kg and above.
The most easily demonstrable problems, in terms of ability to function, arise in the cardiovascular, urinary, endocrine, reproductive, digestive, immune systems, and in the sight organs. Since pathological changes in these organs and systems occur at the same time, the condition is difficult to diagnose. For a correct diagnosis, a radiometric examination to determine the concentration of Cs-137 in the body, and a clinical examination in the laboratory of vital organs, need to be undertaken. In assessing the impact of radioactive caesium in the human body, we must take into consideration its ability to induce phenotypic alterations in the genetic apparatus, which, in our opinion, is at the root of these serious diseases. Official medicine does not recognise the syndrome of long-lived incorporated radionuclides as a manifestation of the impact of radioactive caesium affecting the entire organism, and consequently the medical assistance given to people, living in the areas contaminated by radioactive elements, is less effective.
The concept of the syndrome of incorporated radioactive elements forms the basis of the project submitted to the international community by the centre for coordination and analysis “Ecology and Health” under the title: “An integrated model of life in a radiocontaminated zone”. The project aims to create a system of effective measures to protect the population that continues to live in areas contaminated by radioactive substances. Even relatively small amounts of radioactive caesium incorporated into the body are recognized as harmful to human health. Bearing this in mind, the project provides a set of measures to prevent the entry of radioactive elements into the body. The project is being implemented in the Ivankov district of Kiev in Ukraine, located in the immediate vicinity of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. It includes:
1. Regular radiometric control of the population and of food products. The
identification of risk groups – groups of people who have radioactive
substances in the body;
2. The evaluation of key factors in the metabolism and in the state of the vital
organs of the children and adults in the risk group;
3. Provision of the necessary medical and preventive care for the population. To
do this, a specialist clinic with modern diagnostic technology needs to be set
up in the Ivankov district (or any other district anywhere in the world);
4. Individual correction of metabolic imbalance, caused by the prolonged
presence of Cs-137 in the body, through a planned diet;
5. Organization of uncontaminated food production (not containing radioactive
substances) for people with serious metabolic alterations resulting from
prolonged exposure to incorporated radioactive substances.
6. An important part of the project consists of informing the public about
collective and individual health protection measures that are necessary when
you live in an area contaminated by radioactive elements.
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Event for the protection of children, CRMS cooperation, NPO, civil society: November 23rd 2013:
Saturday 10:00 to 16:00; Experiences and Meeting with families who live in neighboring prefectures and at Fukushima Prefecture and physicians.
Open Day for Everyone at the Civil Fukushima Measuring Institute CRMS:
Handbook, Internal Emitters (official): http://www.pref.fukushima.jp/imu/wbc/kengai-chirasi-h25.11.pdf
Full results of thyroid Inspection http://kenkousoudankai.blog.fc2.com/