Japan Earthquake Share | 123>Garuhn posted:3/12/2011 1:23:36 AM (Reply)I know it was just your normal crazy 8.9 earthquake... but I was just curious as to what everyone's thoughts were? CLue of what's to come? or..just...Earthquakes happen all the time(which I know they do). Like I said,I want to know what everyone thinks :) Is there going to be more HUGE ones soon? does this have anything to do with 2012...or is this just a freak earthquake? :O Let me know :Dgary107 posted:3/12/2011 11:58:38 AM (Reply)they say southern Calif is due for an 8 to 8.5 soon, SAF goes near LA and will do more damage than this one in northern Japan. I am concern for our costral atomic power station.tapuout4985 posted:3/12/2011 10:51:23 PM (Reply) From the information I've been getting from my old nuclear mechanic buddies it sounds like the situation in Japan is just about under control now. The explosion was outside of the primary containment room, so it isn't a radiation risk, and they have restored coolant flow with an emergency pump. Crisis adverted, apparently. jeff posted:3/14/2011 5:16:06 AM (Reply)Live Tokyo Geiger Counter: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/geiger-counter-tokyoFour posted:3/14/2011 5:53:46 AM (Reply)Thats radiation is high but not dangerously so. Ive seen a higher reading off a piece of volcanic rock.jeff posted:3/14/2011 6:24:10 AM (Reply)For the record, I've seen it at 12.36 cpm for about an hour. I'm assuming too that this geiger counter is indoors next to a computer. Might have higher readings if it were placed outside?jeff posted:3/14/2011 6:48:01 AM (Reply)13.11 cpmjeff posted:3/14/2011 7:10:51 AM (Reply)Maybe I should order a pizza and redirect that link to my TV.gary107 posted:3/14/2011 7:25:47 AM (Reply)The USS Ronald Reagan and other US ships have left the area because of the radiation levels are such that they are getting a months amount of natural radiation in less than an hour. 180,000 Japanese have been removed by force. You can take your Iodine pills and then return home in 250,000 years. So sorry. jeff posted:3/14/2011 7:34:18 AM (Reply)Here's the historic graph over the past day or so, with 10 - 20 cpm considered normal. Source link here: http://park18.wakwak.com/~weather/geiger_index.htmlgary107 posted:3/14/2011 7:34:18 AM (Reply)the USS Ronald Reagan was over a 100 miles from the exploding atomic power station when it was ordered to move before the latest blast. Watch what the US Navy does and put less value in the words of those working for the interests of atomic power stations.jeff posted:3/14/2011 7:46:51 AM (Reply)Question is, how should I watch what the US navy is doing without looking at an MSM link? Can you share some sources? Don't get me wrong, all I keep thinking about is the Georgia Guidestones and seeing a bunch of people eventually choosing to enter into a FEMA camp that otherwise wouldn't as the result of nuclear fallout.gary107 posted:3/14/2011 12:48:30 PM (Reply)I know nothing about Guidestones, maternal grandfather was cousin to CMOD Chief of Staff [1955 - 1958 ] Lt. Gen. Howard Douglas Graham and in my paternal family Bill Gulley carried the "football" [ launching codes for US ICBM's and dispatch codes for US Air Force Atomic bombers from 1955 - 1977 ] and wrote book "Breaking Cover" published 1980. He was two blocks back in a limo with LBJ when they got Jack Kennedy in Dallas. Enough said? [typed ?] Never go to camp. gary107 posted:3/14/2011 12:55:49 PM (Reply)just read the George Guidestones, interesting. Appears to be advice on population management. My background is Philosophy of Science and mathematics, not the politics that come from them. I do not think I can be of help here, good luck. gary107 posted:3/14/2011 1:50:26 PM (Reply)Tokyo is 290 miles from quake area, the winds changed last night, they will son get the "hot" winds from those power stations, but the political hot winds will make it there sooner.jeff posted:3/14/2011 3:19:28 PM (Reply)Here's a link to the scubbed x-flare data. watch the days: jeff posted:3/15/2011 2:27:49 AM (Reply)Well uh, that cpm spike is new. And looks like tokyo geiger's off the air. for now.gary107 posted:3/15/2011 2:34:50 AM (Reply)so what is the peak of the GM-10 readings at 12:20 on 3-15-2011, Japan is a day ahead of us, a reading of 90 is not normal range, can this reach us here on the West coast ?jeff posted:3/15/2011 3:10:58 AM (Reply) Supposedly. Conspiracy websites are claiming 24 hours, buy iodine, geiger counters, and months of food. Mainstream media is saying four days, relax, go to Olive Garden for dinner, and pick up a jar of peanut butter if you're running low. gary107 posted:3/15/2011 3:25:32 AM (Reply)The Tokyo geiger counter is still off line, might be better not to upset the "stoic" nipponese folks. A notice from Tokyo Electric Power company telling their subscribers in the North East prefixes to continue to take iodine pills and please not to drink water or breath air for the next 50,000 years or so, would be honest on their part. So sorry! Please log in or become a member to add a post.