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2018年07月31日

2018/7/12から 線量率と台風の動き 熱波 酷暑

2018/7/12、深夜になって中四国、関西で0.2μSv/hに届くスパイクが出ています。全国的に風が弱く、東北に雨が残っています。

管理人自宅北側、上がっています。2018/7/12〜13


20178/7/16、17 この暑さの中で各地でスパイクが立っています。

※ 桑ちゃん @namiekuwabara氏の2018/7/17のツイート
また、福島第一原発MP-7ハイになってるね。やっぱり機器以上じゃなくダストあげるもの近くにあるんじゃない。しかも全体的にダスト上がってるし、Kr85減少しない理由と関係してるのかな。なんか隠してない東電さん。作業する方にも知らせていないのかな?

※ 桑ちゃん @namiekuwabara氏の2018/7/17のツイート
Kr85(クリプトン85)は何処でわかるの?という方いますが、この表の「原子炉格納容器ガス管理設備気体状放射性物質濃度(長半減期希ガス)」がKr85濃度です。http://www.tepco.co.jp/nu/fukushima-np/f1/pla/2018/images2/csv_6h_data_34u-j.csv
前にこのCSVをグラフ化して公表していた人いたのだがなくなった。
助かっていたんですがね。



2015年08月09日
えらい画像が出てきた F1からモクモクと

空撮映像で左の林の際から特に大量の水蒸気が噴出しているように見えた。MP7の近くになる。



最近の画像、敷地の南端で雲が大きく膨らんでいます。


2018/7/17 青森県の広い地域で空間線量率上昇、六ケ所村から放射性物質放出の可能性


関西、中四国で0.2μSv/hを超えるスパイクが出ています。

2018/7/18午後、東北でスパイクが出ています。

京都




2018/7/20、福島県、宮城県で降雨もないのに線量率が上昇しています。


九州の降雨地域で線量率上昇。降雨の範囲は広がらないようです。

2018/7/21、全国各地で線量率のスパイクが見られます。

2018/7/23、夜遅くになって栃木県南部で雷雨があったようで空間線量率が上がっています。
小山市 県小山庁舎 空間線量
・現在: 0.064 μSv/h
・平均: 0.05 μSv/h (過去30日平均)

この暑さで地域的に雷雨が生ずるでしょう。上空にたまった放射性物質を運んできます。

2018/7/24夜、栃木県の一部で降雨、線量率が上がっています。

2018/7/25 12:39 神奈川県小田原市は今雨でしょうか? 空間線量率がすこし上がっています。私設MPでは引き続きスパイクが出ています。

小田原はやはり降っていました。午後5時過ぎ、東海、岐阜、九州で夕立のようです。

2018/7/26、北東の風で東京地方は涼しいのですが


2018/7/27、東北でにわか雨のところがあり線量率が上がっています。雨のないところでも上がっています。

15時半現在南九州で降雨、一部で線量率が上がっています。


2018/7/28 管理人自宅




2018/7/28、午後3時管理人の住む地域では風が強まっていますが、それほど強くはありません。雨が強まっています。台風が最接近したはずです。

午後5時半現在風雨が強いです。東の風。強い雨の地域は西に移りつつあります。次は18時現在の見込み。


地表近くを強い風が吹くとスパイクは出ますが、MPの線量率の平均値は上がりません。管理人自宅で19時半0.2μSv/hが出ています。これは珍しい。雨が上がり風が少し残っています。

ライブドアニュース
‏認証済みアカウント @livedoornews
【厳重警戒】台風12号、気象庁が緊急会見「特別警報を待たずに避難を」
http://news.livedoor.com/article/detail/15077833/

ホワイトフードのマップに障害が出ています。

西日本の降雨量は心配されていたほどではなかったようです。
管理人の自宅では午前に雨がぱらつきましたが昼過ぎにはすっかり上がり南風で温度が上がっています。

新潟はフェーン現象、35度以上。



2018/7/31、東北南部は東から西に風が流れています。このため福島の西側に位置する県ではスパイクが立っています。

明日から3日ほど東京地方の最高気温35度。うんざりします。空気は少し乾いてきた感じですが。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 19:53| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故

被ばくした身に化学調味料は禁忌らしい

※ リュウジ@料理研究家 @ore825氏の2018/7/27のツイート
この記事凄いな・・・飲食店の大半がうま味調味料を使用しつつも隠すのが大半だった
でもご当地グルメとまで言われる台湾ラーメンの決め手が味の素だと言い切るとは、ロック過ぎる
https://www.ajinomoto.co.jp/foodservice/useful/butaiura/09/

・・・引用終わり・・・

リンク先の味の素KK業務用食品サイトの画像にはびっくりさせられる。

ラーメン店で鼻血とか眠り込むなどの事例が多数伝えられている。

※ 成り上がりのSKT @syoukiti021888氏の2018/7/28のツイート
さっきサービスエリアでラーメン食べてたんですが急に鼻血が出てきまして、ラーメンが血で染まりあがったんですけど
やぱーって言ってたらとなりのお客さんがティュシュ片手に「これどうぞ使ってください」って譲ってくれたんですがほんとに優しさをかんじました。この世は優しさで出来ているんだな。

※ ぎみげ @gimmicgame_tw氏の2018/7/27のツイート
ラーメン食ってて鼻血出てたの気付かなくて知らないお姉さんに指摘される恥ずかしさよ

・・・引用終わり・・・

東南アジアでは、鯖缶の中身に化学調味料を山のようにかけて道路に置いておくと野犬がそれを食べて酔っぱらったようになると聞く。

これだ。

優のブログ
味の素が人体に引き起こす重大危険性 〜これは事実で有り真実です!!最後までお読み下さい!!〜
日本でも“暴力バー”(私には暴力バーとは皆目見当が付きませんが、たぶんキャバクラ店の様な場所だと推測します。)のホステスが酒に「味の素」を振りかけお酒を飲ませた所、
酔客を前後不覚にさせ金品を奪う事件も起こっているのです。
「味の素」の急性神経毒性は一般人にも多く知られている事なのです。

・・・引用終わり・・・

ストロンチウムでそんなに急性障害が出るものだろうかと疑問に思っていた。2015年の夏に記事を書いているからこのころから中枢神経障害が強まり、化学調味料の害との複合効果で事例が目に付くようになったのだろう。

逆に化学調味料が多量に含まれた食品や料理を食べさせて障害が出れば、中枢神経にも潜在的な障害が生じていることがわかることになる。

2015年08月18日 こってりしたラーメンを食べて眠くなる?

2015年09月07日 ラーメンの食べ過ぎで膵臓壊す?!
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 08:09| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故

米国がイランを爆撃する!?

RT2018/7/30
Is Trump planning to strike Iran next month? Here’s what you need to know
A recent report claims the American President is looking to bomb Iran in yet another violent act of international aggression by the US.

At the end of last week, a bombshell report released by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) claimed that the Trump administration is readying to bomb Iranian nuclear facilities as early as next month, further claiming that Australia may assist in identifying possible targets. The report cited senior figures within the Australian government, Australia being one of the key players in the so-called Five Eyes intelligence alliance which also includes the UK, Canada and New Zealand.

The report followed an infamous, all-caps tweet from Trump himself, in which he threatened Iranian President Hassan Rouhani that he will “suffer consequences the likes of which few throughout history have ever suffered before.”

Never mind that just the act of publishing this tweet alone is a clear violation of Articles 2(3) and (4) of the UN Charter, particularly the part that reads “All members shall refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state”, but the fact that the mainstream media decided not to hold these dangerous actions to account is concerning (though not surprising).

The report also followed US Defence Secretary James “Mad Dog” Mattis and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s meeting with Australian Defence Minister Marise Payne and Foreign Minister Julie Bishop earlier that same week in California for the annual Australia-United States Ministerial Consultation (AUSMIN) talks.

Since the report’s release, Mattis openly denied the veracity of the story and its contents, describing it as “fiction.”

“I have no idea where the Australian news people got that information,” Mattis told reporters while being quizzed on the report. “I’m confident it is not something that’s being considered right now, and I think it’s a complete − frankly, it’s − it’s fiction.”

Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull also dismissed the report, saying that he had “no reason” to believe that an attack was imminent, further calling the report “speculation.”

Even Trump has repositioned his verbal attack on Iran, stating to a convention in Kansas City that “I withdrew the United States from the horrible one-sided Iran nuclear deal, and Iran is not the same country anymore…We’re ready to make a deal.”

So is the report a fabrication? Is it speculation, based on the ill-informed word of anonymous senior government officials? Or is it another stunt taken right out of Trump’s newly released playbook on how to deal with adversarial states?

Bear in mind that reports also previously emerged claiming that the Trump administration had been weighing up a limited strike plan on the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), all the while Trump’s Twitter feed was engaged in a war of its own with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, following which no such strike ever eventuated. Not long after, the Trump administration and the North Korean leadership then agreed to begin a route on a diplomatic pathway, to which much credit was given to Donald Trump himself. Starting to sound a bit familiar?

Either way, we don’t know at this stage what to expect tomorrow, let alone next week or next month. With someone like Donald Trump at the helm, all bets are off the table. Even if we should expect a strike to be imminent, it seems there is little that can be done to prevent the attack before it is launched as the rest of us simpletons sit and wonder how beautiful that chocolate cake really is.

So let’s talk about what we do know instead.

We know that Donald Trump unilaterally pulled the US out of the Iranian nuclear accord, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in May of this year. We know that in doing so, he warned all countries to stop buying Iranian oil by November 4, this year, reimplementing the sanctions that the JCPOA was supposed to have lifted off Iran’s shoulders. We know that there is little Europe can do to bypass these sanctions to maintain its economic relationship with Tehran, even if it tried.

We also know that in response to these looming sanctions, Tehran has threatened to block the Strait of Hormuz, through which 30 to 35 percent of the world’s maritime oil trade passes. We know that Iran is technically within its right to do so, and considering even a partial closure would be enough to rattle the global financial markets this threat should not be taken lightly, especially as desperation appears to plague Iran’s economic situation. Aside from developing its own cryptocurrency, there is little hope for Iran to bypass Washington’s economic warfare without threatening the US or its allies in the process.

According to CNN, the US is now considering the military options available to them to keep these vital waterways open, most likely using its proxy forces to do its bidding on its behalf, such as Saudi forces. Even Iran’s ally, China, has essentially warned against Iran’s pending closure of the passage, even as it has carried out joint naval exercises near the Strait with Iran in the past.

We also know that Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) Major General Mohammad Hossein Bagheri has warned that Washington’s economic offensive is only a prelude to the real goal of the Trump administration, being a military attack.

We know that a military attack is most likely on the table in some way, shape or form, as Donald Trump appointed infamous mad man John Bolton as his national security advisor, who promised a regime change would take place in Iran by the end of this year. This is the same mad man that wrote an op-ed in the New York Times entitled “To Stop Iran’s Bomb, Bomb Iran.”

We also know that the US is planning to revive the so-called “Arab NATO” in an effort to directly confront Iran, with the White House openly confirming that it has been devising the concept of the alliance with its “regional partners now and have been for several months.” Currently known as the Middle East Strategic Alliance (MESA), its entire purpose appears to act as a buffer against “Iranian aggression, terrorism, extremism,” according to a spokesperson for the White House’s National Security Council.

That’s right – Iran, currently bombing or invading no one, as well as being one of the most heavily engaged entities defeating terror groups such as ISIS, is somehow the source of aggression, terrorism, and extremism in the Middle East region which actively needs confronting.

Tying these developments together is an incident that took place relatively quietly last Thursday, which saw a huge tanker with a shipment of oil from Saudi Arabia bound for Egypt damaged by a missile attack from the northern Bab el-Mandeb strait in the Red Sea which was launched by Yemen’s Houthi. Western media, in tandem with Saudi and Israeli media, have labelled the Houthi as an Iranian proxy. However, as I have pointed out consistently over the years, there is actually very little concrete proof of any extensive Iranian involvement in Yemen despite this relentless propaganda. Regardless, it should be clear where this rhetoric is headed in the long run.

We know that if the US cannot get to Iran directly, it has devised a plan to scale back its influence throughout the Middle East. We know that the US has taken over one-third of Syria, including some of its most strategic areas, as a means of countering Iran’s expansion in the region. We also know that this has been the goal all along underpinning Washington’s involvement in the country, under the disingenuous guise of fighting ISIS. According to CENTCOM commander U.S. Army Gen. Joseph Votel, the US military base in al-Tanf, Syria, provides opportunities for the US to indirectly influence Iranian activity “by the pursuit of our ongoing operations.”

How long, exactly, will America’s illegal operations in Syria run for, and to what extent will the US seek to disrupt Iran inside Syria?

We also know that commander of the Revolutionary Guards Quds Force, Gen. Qasem Soleimani, who also retorted against Trump’s anti-Iranian rhetoric, has the US worried that Iran may deploy Shi’ite militias to Iraq to strike US troops stationed there. Just to paint a picture of the headache that Soleimani poses to the US, one should note that he has reportedly been designated as a legitimate target for assassination by the US and Israel for some time now.

Furthermore, and perhaps most importantly, we know that the recent BRICS Summit, an economic thorn penetrating the backside of Washington’s warmongering foreign policy, also has its sights set on including Iran as an essential ally somewhere down the line. As far as the BRICS nations are concerned, an attack on Iran would most likely constitute an attack on the future of everything BRICS is trying to achieve.

In this context, Iran may have some familiar allies even as it is forced to withstand an unprecedented set of aggressive measures from the US and its lackeys. Either way you analyse this warpath we are on, the resulting scenarios are potentially catastrophic and far-reaching indeed.

A war with Iran might sound far-fetched and may indeed lead to some unfathomable consequences, but the groundwork for such a confrontation is being laid right before our very eyes and the corporate media is almost all but completely silent. Whether or not a missile strike on Iran is looming on the horizon, Washington’s war with Iran has already begun in more ways than one, and appears to be set to escalate until the US can achieve the collapse of the Iranian regime through direct or indirect means.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 01:30| Comment(0) | 国際・政治