Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Marco Kaltofen Explains Radiation on Japanese children shoes and air filters

About this video

Fairewinds' Chief Engineer Arnie Gundersen and Boston Chemical Data Corporation’s Founder Marco Kaltofen have an in-depth conversation regarding the challenges of measuring radiation exposures to people around the globe. Kaltofen explains the scientific methodology involved in accurately analyzing and measuring radioactive releases from Fukushima Daiichi, including the impact of hot particles on human physiology.


Kaltofen has looked at soil samples that show the same "hot particles" that exposed X-ray film. (Gamma radiation is similar to x-rays, thus it exposes film). These looked pretty much the same as air filters which take in about as much air as people do. Funny that the Japanese government has not done this sort of research, but so far it looks legit to me, more so than Chris Busby and Leuren Moret who sound like they are working for the "War Against Israel and The USA" Exposed film shows a lot of radiation near Fukushima City, a lot of smaller spots even in Tokyo but nearly clean for Seattle.

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