Porter Ranch Super Hell Heats Up!

17 03 2016

Just in – sent by a reader:

Mike Antonovich, Los Angeles County supervisor, called the leak a “mini-Chernobyl?”

That is exactly what it is/was. It was tested and it is extremely radioactive.

From Europe, AIPRI Test Results:

“In 80 days of viscous and gaseous fumes at a breakneck pace of 1.7 million m 3 per day (1115 tons per day at a rate of 46 tons per hour escape from the underground storage), 136 million m 3 Natural gas dispersed in the air could carry with them having TBq 301.24 (3,01E14 Bq) is 8.14 KCI natural radioactivity for respirable emanation of 12,060,000 Sievert is equivalent 2 41 million of potential lethal dose by inhalation to direx same dose coefficients from ICRP.” AIPRI Translation by Google. ICRP is the International Commission on Radiological Protection. . . . (more)

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Links to Jan 16 week –  “Your Radiation This Week No 40” from Veteran’s Today.

SEE – The End of California UPDATED (Porter Ranch gas leak gets worse)

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17 03 2016
A Green Road Project

Reblogged this on A Green Road Daily News.

17 03 2016
miningawareness

If people want to work out risk per Sievert here it is: “The new study suggests risk which ranges from three times worse than BEIR VII to 26 times worse, (i.e. from per 100 people there would be 29 extra cancers per Sievert (1000 mSv) – which is approximately BEIR’s upper bound- to 262 or more extra cancers per Sv in a population of 100, meaning that 100% of the population having excess cancers would kick in at around 400 mSv. The middle estimate interpretation is around 152 extra cancers per Sv meaning that a 100% excess cancer rate kicks in at around 700 mSv. Cancer for everyone would occur at lower doses due to already high cancer rates.” https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2015/12/19/another-look-at-the-recent-low-dose-radiation-exposure-study-inworks/ The problem comes in regarding how many people were exposed to how much. Were 12 million exposed to one Sievert? Or more people to less? Or fewer people to more? This is how they often trick by pretending that it evenly distributes through the entire earth, for instance.

17 03 2016
flyingcuttlefish

well if you look at the maps they are all near Simi Valley accident site. You can imagine what local cement co. uses to make those homes.
Map –
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17 03 2016
miningawareness

Use of uranium mine tailings for housing construction is well-documented in Canada, and I think in the USA. I know that they built houses on incompletely remediated uranium mines in France, and I would imagine they used tailings. I am frightened to imagine what sorts of horrors are in those houses in Simi Valley. They did plutonium fuel decladding in their hot lab, too. “The Sodium Reactor Experiment facility was situated in a northwestern administrative section (known as Area IV) of the Santa Susana Field Laboratory, about 30 miles (48 km) northwest of downtown Los Angeles in Simi Valley… In July 1959, the reactor experienced a partial meltdown where thirteen of the reactor’s forty-three fuel elements partially melted and a controlled release of radioactive gas into the atmosphere occurred.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Susana_Field_Laboratory

18 03 2016
flyingcuttlefish

Extensive Fault Fracture in California is REAL.

Paul Beckwith

18 03 2016
flyingcuttlefish

and he says it’s methane releases causing those big craters in Russia –

http://lasinkhole.wordpress.com/2014/07/16/crater/

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