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Why do japanese Children have in 2017 the same amount of radio-cesium in their urine, as they had during the bomb test era? Were any bombs tested in the last years?

Source 1962: https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jrr1960/3/2/3_2_120/_pdf

Source 2017: https://nuclear-news.net/2017/07/21/radioactive-cesium-detected-in-the-urine-of-100-children-after-the-catastrophic-accident-of-tepco-fukushima-daiichi-nuclear-power-plant/

So, again a fact that TEPCO vented reactors empty, and that the vented radioactivity is 3,000+ hiroshima bombs. Let me explain, step by step, ok? It will be interesting for you to read. That is what I mean with looking for clues: Japanese officials tested urine of children. So what acually do we see here? We are idiots if we think 0,3 bq cesium 137 per liter is “not much”.

from above PDF:


This radionuclide / element is perfectly water soluble. The first thing is, that if cs137 is in the urine – the body load is exceptionally high, because the kids live in an irradiated environment. Why do I think that? Since its detectable in the urine, which very “fast” contains what people drink, the supply of radio-cesium must happen regularly. That is, the children eat regularly, daily, perhaps irradiated food!

Second thing is, as far as I know, urine tests are inaccurate, such as bowel measurements and hair sample measurements. Of course the body mostly is water, but that’s not the point. Cesium accumulates. By the way, we are technically no longer in the 50s, Japan! Use Whole Body Counter Check ups! Urine tests are NOT equivalence of the total body burden.The burden in the body, in the cardiovascular system, in the intestines, in the heart muscle tissue can be immensely high, but in the urine is only “little”. It simply gives you no impression, except, that they EAT and DRINK Cesium. Fist rule: If cesium is present in the urine, then children are regularly fed with irradiated food.

Cesium does not come from the heart to the urine, or from anywhere else. Its from the intestine, from the food and drinks, but also remains there, It makes damage on its way, and in the heart area, because it’s on the same chemical level as potassium, there it causes arrhythmias, extrasystoles, and because it disintegrates into stable barium, it also blocks the receptors. It remains there, and the heart can become increasingly poorly adapted to stress, e.g. in sports in school, kids are suddenly “out of breath” and the like. Are you still reading? Good! I always bring this example to show how much “little” is: “Cesium 137: A 1,3 billionths of a gram of Cesium 137 (4,000 becquerel) creates a load of 100 Becquerel per Kg in the body of a 40 Kg heavy child.” Japan should also make “children radiation maps”.

Maps of INTERNAL radiation, not external soil radiation, which are totally faked in Japan, and based on theoretical assumptions, which are based on the one of the so called “meltdown”, saying only 2 to 5% of core inventory was vented out / lost during the acute technical phase of the catastrophe. Now, again: 3,000+ Hiroshima bomb radioactivity was vented out. 3 x full core inventory = 3 x 15something billion (!) curie. They masured 0,3 becquerel per Liter Urine, right? Let’s look back at the late 1950ies and early 1960ies. There exists data, urine tests done back then: 0,5 becquerel per Liter. here, μμCi data ( μμ = One-trillionth (10^12) = Pico Curie. 0.000000000001 Ci.

So 13,1 μμCi = around 0,5 becquerel. It was during the atomic above ground testing (2,000+ tests done worldwide), many of them much bigger than Hiroshima, same in the upper Megaton range. Releasing massive radionuclides into the world. And that’s the same situation today, this time without the atomic flash and big bang and what not, “just” by venting reactors empty, bleeding them out. Same results,

The peaceful murdering atom has created an environment as radioactive as it was during the Nuclear War we still call “testing era”.

No meltdown, no matter how many photos of molten material TEPCO shows. There will be no verification if they can not present 300 tons of molten reactor cores.

Cesium 137 becquerel per square meter Soil in the table below:
Elementary schools in and around Fukushima.
581,000 becquerel per m² = 15,7 Curie per km² – I know areas in Belarus and I’ve been there with that much.
The “top gun” is the one with 1,080,000 bq cs137 / m² which is 29,1 Curie per km² – this needs immediately EVACUATED: Highest Alert.
Thank you Kaye Nagamine who I quote:
“from the left: names of cities, names of elementary schools, amount detected on the surface of the soil, in the soil, categorized levels of risks equivalent to Chernobyl.”
What you see here is a catastrophe worse than any official or media ever told us. Spray liquid polymere weekly, evacuate the kids, abondon the areas, warning signs, walls, stop migration.


belarusian equivalent with 15 Ci / km²: https://tekknorg.wordpress.com/2012/04/21/good-will-is-irradiated/

Cesium 134 & 137 deteced in Tokyo Tapwater, local newspaper
thank you Kaye Nagamine (blank / no numbers means “not detected”) Dear readers please remind one thing: Cesium is pefectly water soluable BUT at the same time substance tend not to accumulate in water, but in the matter / life forms swimming in it, or in the life form drinking it:




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200 documents in english, french:


Among them many about internal radionuclides and Bandazhevsky and Nesterenko (Belarus).


“Radiation Protection, as advertised by the ICRP, since 1973 – is used today worldwide: If the normal dose limits are exceeded, new dose limits are invented (Japan 20 mSv/a), the economist tells the doctors what to do. costs versus health” https://enfants-tchernobyl-belarus.org/doku.php?id=base_documentaire%3Aarticles-2017%3Aetb-199

Ivankov District – Ukraine
Cesium 137 and Strontium 90 radiation maps
from 2014 / Bandazhevsky PDF: https://enfants-tchernobyl-belarus.org/extra/pdf-divers/telecharge.php?pdf=etb-184.pdf

“Our results suggest that the radioactive material emitted by the accidents at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant negatively affected the reproductive performance of the goshawk… It is not clear whether the bioaccumulation of radioactive material would occur in these forested ecosystems, but at least the transfer of radioactive material to higher trophic levels appears to have occurred. In the case of the Chernobyl, the accumulation of Cesium 137 or Strontium 90 was recognised, and a decrease in the nest success of swallows (Hirundo rustica) was also reported5. Further, it was well investigated that animals at higher trophic levels generally had higher levels of radionuclide concentrations than animals at lower levels…” https://enfants-tchernobyl-belarus.org/doku.php?id=base_documentaire%3Aarticles-2015%3Aetb-186


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