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2017年08月16日

そらまめ君のSPM濃度グラフへのリンク 東京都から静岡県


東京都 13101010 千代田区 千代田区神田司町
東京都 13101510 千代田区 日比谷交差点
東京都 13101520 千代田区 国設霞が関
東京都 13102010 中央区 中央区晴海
東京都 13102510 中央区 永代通り新川
東京都 13103010 港区 港区高輪
東京都 13103510 港区 第一京浜高輪
東京都 13108020 港区 港区台場
東京都 13104010 新宿区 国設東京(新宿)
東京都 13104540 新宿区 国設新宿
東京都 13104550 新宿区 新目白通り下落合
東京都 13105010 文京区 文京区本駒込
東京都 13105530 文京区 春日通り大塚
東京都 13106520 台東区 明治通り大関横丁
東京都 13107520 墨田区 水戸街道東向島
東京都 13108010 江東区 江東区大島
東京都 13108520 江東区 京葉道路亀戸
東京都 13108530 江東区 三ツ目通り辰巳
東京都 13109010 品川区 品川区豊町
東京都 13109030 品川区 品川区八潮
東京都 13109510 品川区 北品川交差点
東京都 13109520 品川区 中原口交差点
東京都 13110010 目黒区 目黒区碑文谷
東京都 13110510 目黒区 山手通り大坂橋
東京都 13110530 目黒区 環七通り柿の木坂
東京都 13111010 大田区 大田区東糀谷
東京都 13111520 大田区 環七通り松原橋
東京都 13111530 大田区 中原街道南千束
東京都 13111540 大田区 環八通り千鳥
東京都 13112010 世田谷区 世田谷区世田谷
東京都 13112020 世田谷区 世田谷区成城
東京都 13112510 世田谷区 玉川通り上馬
東京都 13112520 世田谷区 環八通り八幡山
東京都 13113010 渋谷区 渋谷区宇田川町
東京都 13113510 渋谷区 甲州街道大原
東京都 13114010 中野区 中野区若宮
東京都 13114510 中野区 山手通り東中野
東京都 13115010 杉並区 杉並区久我山
東京都 13115550 杉並区 早稲田通り下井草
東京都 13116530 豊島区 明治通り西巣鴨
東京都 13117520 北区 北本通り王子
東京都 13118010 荒川区 荒川区南千住
東京都 13119010 板橋区 板橋区本町
東京都 13119510 板橋区 中山道大和町
東京都 13120010 練馬区 練馬区北町
東京都 13120020 練馬区 練馬区石神井台
東京都 13120030 練馬区 練馬区練馬
東京都 13121010 足立区 足立区西新井
東京都 13121020 足立区 足立区綾瀬
東京都 13121510 足立区 日光街道梅島
東京都 13122010 葛飾区 葛飾区鎌倉
東京都 13122020 葛飾区 葛飾区水元公園
東京都 13122520 葛飾区 環七通り亀有
東京都 13123010 江戸川区 江戸川区鹿骨
東京都 13123020 江戸川区 江戸川区春江町
東京都 13123030 江戸川区 江戸川区南葛西
東京都 13201020 八王子市 八王子市片倉町
東京都 13201040 八王子市 八王子市館町
東京都 13201060 八王子市 八王子市大楽寺町
東京都 13201510 八王子市 甲州街道八木町
東京都 13202010 立川市 立川市泉町
東京都 13203010 武蔵野市 武蔵野市関前
東京都 13203510 武蔵野市 五日市街道武蔵境
東京都 13204510 三鷹市 連雀通り下連雀
東京都 13205010 青梅市 青梅市東青梅
東京都 13206010 府中市 府中市宮西町
東京都 13208020 調布市 調布市深大寺南町
東京都 13209010 町田市 町田市金森
東京都 13209020 町田市 町田市能ケ谷町
東京都 13210010 小金井市 小金井市本町
東京都 13211010 小平市 小平市小川町
東京都 13212520 日野市 川崎街道百草園
東京都 13213510 東村山市 新青梅街道東村山
東京都 13215510 国立市 甲州街道国立
東京都 13218010 福生市 福生市本町
東京都 13219010 狛江市 狛江市中和泉
東京都 13220010 東大和市 東大和市奈良橋
東京都 13221010 清瀬市 清瀬市上清戸
東京都 13222510 東久留米市 小金井街道東久留米
東京都 13224010 多摩市 多摩市愛宕
東京都 13216010 西東京市 西東京市田無町
東京都 13217010 西東京市 西東京市下保谷
東京都 13217510 西東京市 青梅街道柳沢
東京都 13303520 西多摩郡瑞穂町 東京環状長岡
東京都 13421950 小笠原村 国設小笠原酸性雨
神奈川県 14101010 横浜市鶴見区 鶴見区潮田交流プラザ
神奈川県 14101020 横浜市鶴見区 鶴見区生麦小学校
神奈川県 14101520 横浜市鶴見区 鶴見区下末吉小学校
神奈川県 14102010 横浜市神奈川区 神奈川区総合庁舎
神奈川県 14103010 横浜市西区 西区平沼小学校
神奈川県 14103510 横浜市西区 西区浅間下交差点
神奈川県 14104020 横浜市中区 中区加曽台
神奈川県 14104030 横浜市中区 中区本牧
神奈川県 14105020 横浜市南区 南区横浜商業高校
神奈川県 14106010 横浜市保土ヶ谷区 保土ヶ谷区桜丘高校
神奈川県 14107010 横浜市磯子区 磯子区総合庁舎
神奈川県 14107520 横浜市磯子区 磯子区滝頭
神奈川県 14108020 横浜市金沢区 金沢区長浜
神奈川県 14109040 横浜市港北区 港北区総合庁舎
神奈川県 14110050 横浜市戸塚区 戸塚区汲沢小学校
神奈川県 14110510 横浜市戸塚区 戸塚区矢沢交差点
神奈川県 14111020 横浜市港南区 港南区野庭中学校
神奈川県 14111520 横浜市港南区 港南中学校
神奈川県 14112020 横浜市旭区 旭区鶴ヶ峯小学校
神奈川県 14112510 横浜市旭区 旭区都岡小学校
神奈川県 14113020 横浜市緑区 緑区三保小学校
神奈川県 14114020 横浜市瀬谷区 瀬谷区南瀬谷小学校
神奈川県 14115010 横浜市栄区 栄区上郷小学校
神奈川県 14116010 横浜市泉区 泉区総合庁舎
神奈川県 14113510 横浜市青葉区 青葉台
神奈川県 14117010 横浜市青葉区 青葉区総合庁舎
神奈川県 14113520 横浜市都筑区 資源循環都筑工場前
神奈川県 14118010 横浜市都筑区 都筑区総合庁舎
神奈川県 14131020 川崎市川崎区 (旧)大師健康ブランチ
神奈川県 14131030 川崎市川崎区 国設川崎
神奈川県 14131100 川崎市川崎区 川崎市役所第4庁舎
神奈川県 14131510 川崎市川崎区 川崎市役所前
神奈川県 14131530 川崎市川崎区 池上新田公園前
神奈川県 14131540 川崎市川崎区 日進町
神奈川県 14132060 川崎市幸区 幸スポーツセンター
神奈川県 14132510 川崎市幸区 遠藤町交差点
神奈川県 14133010 川崎市中原区 中原区役所保健福祉センター
神奈川県 14133520 川崎市中原区 中原平和公園
神奈川県 14134010 川崎市高津区 生活文化会館
神奈川県 14134530 川崎市高津区 二子
神奈川県 14135080 川崎市多摩区 登戸小学校
神奈川県 14135540 川崎市多摩区 本村橋
神奈川県 14136010 川崎市宮前区 宮前平小学校
神奈川県 14136510 川崎市宮前区 宮前平駅前
神奈川県 14135070 川崎市麻生区 弘法松公園
神奈川県 14135530 川崎市麻生区 柿生
神奈川県 14209010 相模原市 相模原市役所
神奈川県 14209020 相模原市 相模台
神奈川県 14209030 相模原市 橋本
神奈川県 14209530 相模原市 上溝
神奈川県 14209050 相模原市緑区 津久井
神奈川県 14209040 相模原市中央区 田名
神奈川県 14153510 相模原市南区 古淵
神奈川県 14201020 横須賀市 追浜行政センター
神奈川県 14201040 横須賀市 西行政センター
神奈川県 14201050 横須賀市 久里浜行政センター
神奈川県 14201530 横須賀市 小川町交差点
神奈川県 14203030 平塚市 神田小学校
神奈川県 14203040 平塚市 旭小学校
神奈川県 14203050 平塚市 花水小学校
神奈川県 14203100 平塚市 大野公民館
神奈川県 14203510 平塚市 松原歩道橋
神奈川県 14204010 鎌倉市 鎌倉市役所
神奈川県 14204530 鎌倉市 鎌倉市岡本
神奈川県 14205010 藤沢市 藤沢市役所
神奈川県 14205030 藤沢市 湘南台小学校
神奈川県 14205040 藤沢市 御所見小学校
神奈川県 14205050 藤沢市 明治市民センター
神奈川県 14205510 藤沢市 藤沢橋
神奈川県 14206010 小田原市 小田原市役所
神奈川県 14206510 小田原市 小田原市民会館
神奈川県 14207010 茅ヶ崎市 茅ケ崎市役所
神奈川県 14207510 茅ヶ崎市 茅ケ崎駅前交差点
神奈川県 14208020 逗子市 逗子市役所
神奈川県 14208520 逗子市 新逗子駅前
神奈川県 14210010 三浦市 三浦市三崎中学校
神奈川県 14211010 秦野市 秦野市役所
神奈川県 14211510 秦野市 秦野市本町
神奈川県 14212020 厚木市 厚木市中町
神奈川県 14212520 厚木市 厚木市金田神社
神奈川県 14212540 厚木市 厚木市水引測定局
神奈川県 14213010 大和市 大和市役所
神奈川県 14213510 大和市 大和市深見台交差点
神奈川県 14214020 伊勢原市 伊勢原市役所
神奈川県 14214510 伊勢原市 伊勢原市谷戸岡
神奈川県 14215010 海老名市 海老名市役所
神奈川県 14216020 座間市 座間市役所
神奈川県 14217020 南足柄市 南足柄市生駒
神奈川県 14218010 綾瀬市 綾瀬市役所
神奈川県 14321010 高座郡寒川町 寒川町役場
神奈川県 14382010 足柄下郡箱根町 箱根町宮城野測定局
神奈川県 14401010 愛甲郡愛川町 愛川町角田
新潟県 15201150 新潟市北区 太郎代
新潟県 15201270 新潟市北区 松浜
新潟県 15201420 新潟市北区 豊栄
新潟県 15102510 新潟市東区 東山の下
新潟県 15201060 新潟市東区 大山
新潟県 15201220 新潟市東区 山木戸
新潟県 15201322 新潟市中央区 市役所
新潟県 15201430 新潟市江南区 亀田
新潟県 15207020 新潟市秋葉区 新津
新潟県 15201570 新潟市南区 白根
新潟県 15201410 新潟市西区 坂井輪
新潟県 15108010 新潟市西蒲区
新潟県 15202080 長岡市 長岡工業高校
新潟県 15202510 長岡市 城岡自排
新潟県 15205060 柏崎市 柏崎
新潟県 15206050 新発田市 新発田
新潟県 15212010 村上市 村上
新潟県 15213010 燕市
新潟県 15216010 糸魚川市 糸魚川
新潟県 15563170 糸魚川市 ぬな川公園
新潟県 15217050 妙高市 大崎
新潟県 15222190 上越市 深谷
新潟県 15543010 上越市 西福島
新潟県 15224010 佐渡市 佐渡
新潟県 15224950 佐渡市 国設佐渡関岬酸性雨
新潟県 15463010 南魚沼市 六日町
新潟県 15310010 胎内市 中条
新潟県 15307020 北蒲原郡聖籠町 次第浜
新潟県 15307080 北蒲原郡聖籠町 杉谷内
山梨県 19201011 甲府市 県庁自排
山梨県 19201020 甲府市 甲府富士見
山梨県 19201510 甲府市 国母自排
山梨県 19202030 富士吉田市 吉田
山梨県 19204010 都留市 都留
山梨県 19206010 大月市 大月
山梨県 19207030 韮崎市 韮崎
山梨県 19390030 南アルプス市 南アルプス
山梨県 19321030 笛吹市 笛吹
山梨県 19441030 上野原市 上野原
山梨県 19205020 甲州市 東山梨
山梨県 19366010 南巨摩郡南部町 南部
長野県 20201030 長野市 環境保全研究所
長野県 20201070 長野市 吉田
長野県 20201110 長野市 篠ノ井
長野県 20201140 長野市 真島
長野県 20201150 長野市 豊野
長野県 20201510 長野市 小島田
長野県 20201520 長野市 鍋屋田
長野県 20202050 松本市 松本
長野県 20202510 松本市 松本渚交差点
長野県 20203010 上田市 上田
長野県 20204510 岡谷市 岡谷インターチェンジ
長野県 20205010 飯田市 飯田
長野県 20205510 飯田市 飯田インターチェンジ
長野県 20206010 諏訪市 諏訪
長野県 20207010 須坂市 須坂
長野県 20208020 小諸市 小諸
長野県 20209010 伊那市 伊那
長野県 20211010 中野市 中野
長野県 20212160 大町市 大町
長野県 20217020 佐久市 佐久
長野県 20217510 佐久市 佐久浅間中学西交差点
長野県 20216510 千曲市 更埴インターチェンジ
長野県 20421030 木曽郡木曽町 木曽
長野県 20485950 北安曇郡白馬村 国設八方尾根酸性雨
静岡県 22201030 静岡市葵区 千代田小学校
静岡県 22201090 静岡市葵区 服織小学校
静岡県 22201500 静岡市葵区 常磐公園
静岡県 22201530 静岡市葵区 自排丸子
静岡県 22201060 静岡市駿河区 長田南中学校
静岡県 22103010 静岡市清水区 清水第七中学校測定局
静岡県 22204010 静岡市清水区 清水区役所
静岡県 22204020 静岡市清水区 清水三保第一小学校
静岡県 22204090 静岡市清水区 清水庵原中学校
静岡県 22204100 静岡市清水区 清水興津北公園
静岡県 22204510 静岡市清水区 自排神明
静岡県 22382010 静岡市清水区 蒲原測定局
静岡県 22202040 浜松市中区 浜松中央測定局
静岡県 22202160 浜松市中区 北部測定局
静岡県 22202520 浜松市中区 R−257
静岡県 22202530 浜松市中区 R−150
静岡県 22132540 浜松市東区 浜松環状線
静岡県 22202120 浜松市東区 東北部測定局
静岡県 22202080 浜松市西区 西部測定局
静岡県 22202150 浜松市南区 東南部測定局
静岡県 22135010 浜松市北区 三ヶ日
静岡県 22522010 浜松市北区 引佐測定局
静岡県 22218010 浜松市浜北区 浜北測定局
静岡県 22137010 浜松市天竜区 天竜測定局
静岡県 22203010 沼津市 東部総合庁舎
静岡県 22205010 熱海市 熱海総合庁舎
静岡県 22206010 三島市 三島市役所
静岡県 22206510 三島市 自排三島
静岡県 22207010 富士宮市 富士宮市役所
静岡県 22208020 伊東市 伊東市役所
静岡県 22209010 島田市 島田市役所
静岡県 22210010 富士市 救急医療センター
静岡県 22210020 富士市 吉原第三中学校
静岡県 22210030 富士市 富士広見小学校
静岡県 22210040 富士市 元吉原中学校
静岡県 22210050 富士市 鷹岡小学校
静岡県 22210060 富士市 大渕中学校
静岡県 22210070 富士市 富士中学校
静岡県 22210160 富士市 東小学校
静岡県 22210170 富士市 南松野
静岡県 22210510 富士市 自排塔の木
静岡県 22210520 富士市 自排宮島
静岡県 22381010 富士市 富士川第一中学校
静岡県 22211010 磐田市 磐田市役所
静岡県 22402010 焼津市 大井川町東小学校
静岡県 22213010 掛川市 掛川市役所
静岡県 22213510 掛川市 自排掛川
静岡県 22447010 掛川市 掛川市大東支所
静岡県 22214010 藤枝市 藤枝大気測定室
静岡県 22214510 藤枝市 自排藤枝
静岡県 22215010 御殿場市 御殿場市役所
静岡県 22216010 袋井市 袋井市役所
静岡県 22219010 下田市 下田市役所
静岡県 22220010 裾野市 裾野市民文化センター
静岡県 22221010 湖西市 湖西市役所
静岡県 22327010 伊豆の国市 大仁北小学校
静岡県 22423010 牧之原市 牧之原市役所
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 19:10| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故

さて 木が枯れるのと 人が斃れるのとどっちが早い?

筆者は長者原定点カメラの画像で木の状態を観察しています。

場所はこの辺りです。この画像は、2013/6時点。Google street viewからのもので、長者原定点カメラによるものとは異なります。国道6号線から見た画像で、福島第一原発につながる送電塔の上部が3つ見えています。


少し南に移動しました。少し動いただけで見え方が大きく変わります。



次が、長者原定点カメラからの画像です。このカメラからの画像は2014/9から蓄積を開始しました。今は、前年同期のものまで比較対照できます。

2014/9時点


2015/7時点。7月中旬ですから新緑はかなり出揃っています。特に目立つ変化はありません。



初めて気付きましたが、送電塔の上部が見えています。これは強力な手がかりです。一つだけしか見えませんが、まだ木に隠れているのだとしたらむしろ好都合です。これが見えてきたら・・・、そうです、お考えのとおりのことになりますね。



Google street viewからのもの。右上に定点カメラがありますからほぼ同じ角度です。送電塔の頭がよりはっきり見えます。


2015/10/18時点です。少し枯れている枝があります。


長者原定点カメラからの画像は、次の地図の左側の赤い直線2本が通る楕円を見ていることになります。



どれがどの送電塔なのか、特定が難しく突き詰めていません。


上の画像は、下の赤紫の点からの展望です。


Googleアースの空中写真が2015/6/1現在のものに更新されています。F1は敷地内の木が伐採されていろいろな大きな建物が設置されています。溶融燃料に手がつかない段階で、つまり汚染水処理だけでこれだけの設備追加、1日作業員7千人です。

原発は動かしてはなりません。

クリックで大きな画像


※ Chick インドラ天網の猫 ‏@chicksmbox 氏の2015/8/28のツイート
放射線量が特に高い地域でモミの形態変化を調査 放医研 http://www.nirs.go.jp/information/event/report/2015/0828.shtml
帰還困難区域内の放射線量が特に高い地域に自生するモミの木において、空間線量率が低い地域のものと比べ、主幹が欠損した二股様の形態変化を示す個体の頻度が増加

・・・・・

この記事を書いてからもうすぐ2年になりますが、これまでの観察結果によれば、樹木、植物は予想以上に放射性物質に強いようです。


管理人が徘徊の途中目についた不自然な樹木の枯れ方は、2件ともに人的な要因によるものでした。もし、樹木の異変に気付いたらすぐ放射能汚染が激しい? と考えず他の原因を探ってください。木に穴を開けてラウンドアップを注入するだけで大きな木も簡単に枯れます。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 16:05| Comment(1) | 福島原発事故

リビアの対立勢力が相次いでモスクワ訪問

RT2017/8/16
‘We won’t surrender an inch of our land’: Marshal Haftar to RT on Libya’s statehood & arms embargo
The head of the Libyan National Army, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, has told RT he is seeking Moscow’s support in lifting the “unfair” UN arms embargo in order to procure Russian weaponry to battle terrorism, human trafficking and to fully restore Libya’s sovereignty and statehood.
In February 2011, in the wake of the Western-backed uprising against longtime Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, the UN Security Council imposed an arms embargo, prohibiting the supply of arms and military equipment to and from the North African country.
Following the fall and assassination of Gaddafi, varying factions have been striving to control the remnants of what's left of Libya. However, only the internationally-recognized Tripoli-based Government of the National Accord (GNA) can receive weapon supplies and only upon the approval of a UN Security Council committee.

Haftar commands the self-styled National Libyan Army, which is the main force on the ground allied with the Tobruk-based government that controls large territories in the east and south of Libya which has, so far, refused to endorse the UN-backed unity government. It therefore remains under the arms embargo and lacks supplies to engage pockets of terrorists who still ravage parts of the country.

During the Libyan strongman’s third visit to Russia, Haftar once again asked for Moscow’s help in securing military supplies.

“Russia is a global power. It is an influential figure on the international stage. That’s why we asked it to help amend the unfair restrictions against us, related to arms supply to Libya. We’ve voiced our desire honestly, and Russia said that it’ll do its best to help us,” Haftar told RT Arabic in an exclusive interview.

No concrete deals were signed during the visit, but when asked if the he had managed to secure an agreement with Moscow after his meeting with Russian defense minister Sergey Shoigu, Haftar replied that some “progress” has been made.

“I believe that we have agreed on what we need. The Russian side gave a positive response. I think that everything is going well,” Haftar said.

すごい注目度です。


RT2017/8/14
Libyan strongman Haftar visits Moscow, discusses restoration of statehood & possible military aid
Prominent Libyan military commander General Khalifa Haftar, who represents one of the major forces in the fractured country, has visited Moscow. He met top Russian officials, including the foreign and defense ministers.

Haftar is a powerful and largely independent figure in the ongoing civil conflict in the country. The veteran Libyan general, who lived for two decades in the United States, played a major role in toppling Muammar Gaddafi’s government in 2011.

At the moment, two factions claiming to be country’s national government are operating in Libya – one is based in Tripoli and the other in Tobruk in the east. Meanwhile, multiple independent and partly independent militias, as well as outright terrorist groups, including Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) are also vying for power in the war-torn country.

Since 2014, Haftar has commanded the self-styled National Libyan Army, backing the government based in Tobruk and controlling large territories in the east and south of Libya. Despite disagreements with the UN-recognized Tripoli government, Haftar’s resolve to fight terrorism has won him the support of a number of countries, primarily Egypt.

It’s the Libyan strongman's third visit to Russia. His last trip was in November 2016, when he also met the Russian foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov. This time, the officials discussed means to untangle the Libyan crisis, as well as possibilities for cooperation between Russia and Libya.

Haftar stressed the role of the National Libyan Army in the ongoing fight against terrorism, stating that “roughly 90 percent of the country was liberated,” despite the arms trade embargo and “unlimited financial and military support for terrorists.”

Lavrov warned about the constant threat of terrorism in the country and stressed the importance of seeking an inclusive political solution to the crisis.

“Unfortunately, the situation in Libya remains complicated, the extremism threat in your motherland is still not overcome. However, we are aware of the steps being undertaken and actively support the tendency… for political reconciliation, full restoration of statehood in your country,” Lavrov said.

In a separate statement, the Russian foreign ministry emphasized the importance of continued dialogue inside Libya involving “all major political forces, tribes and regions.”

RT2017/8/12
Libya’s military strongman Haftar to meet Russian FM Lavrov in Moscow
General Khalifa Haftar, the Egypt-linked Libyan military commander, is arriving in Moscow on Saturday for a series of meetings with Russian diplomatic and military figures. The general represents one of major centers of power in the divided country.

Haftar is to meet on Monday Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and possibly some senior officials from the Defense Ministry, Lev Dengov, Russian special envoy for Libya, told RIA Novosti.

“Who and under what circumstances he would meet is, so to speak, not being broadcast yet,” he explained.

It is Haftar’s third trip to Russia. The previous visit was in November 2016, when he also met Lavrov.

The general is a powerful figure in the politics of modern Libya. The country has remained in turmoil since 2011, when a NATO-backed rebellion resulted in the summary execution of long-time leader Muammar Gaddafi.

At the moment two groups claiming to be Libya’s national government operate in the country, one based in Tripoli and another one in Tobruk in the east, while independent or semi-independent militias pursue their own goals with little restraint.

Haftar, who commands the loyalty of troops that consider themselves part of the Libyan National Army, backs the government in Tobruk, but remains a largely independent player.

His fight against Islamist forces, including those aligned with Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), won him support of a number of foreign governments despite his record of opposing a UN-recognized government in Tripoli.

The visit comes just after Haftar accused Fayez al-Sarraj, the prime minister in the Tripoli-based government, of violating the terms of a July peace deal by allowing Italian warships into Libyan territorial waters to tackle trafficking of asylum-seekers.

“Nobody can deploy military assets to our territorial waters without authorizations. It would be an invasion, and it would be our right and duty to defend ourselves, even if it means a conflict with someone much stronger than us. This applies to Italy and any other country,” Haftar told Italian newspaper Il Corriere della Sera.

He added that Sarraj had no right to authorize the presence of Italian warships near Libya without consulting him first, accusing the PM of not being true to his word.

“His problem is that it depends on the militias. He does not have a regular army like ours,” Haftar said, adding that this is why Tripoli fails to tackle the problem of people smugglers.

Commenting on his upcoming visit to Moscow, the general remarked that Russia has historical ties with Libya and has “no intention of building a military base” in the eastern part of the country, where Haftar has his power base.

Dengov said Russia is involved in mediation between Haftar and Sarraj, who visited Moscow in early March.

“Russia’s position on the issue it that we should talk to all sides of the conflict. On our part we are trying to help the parties agree and bring peace to Libya,” the Russian diplomat said.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 15:30| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

イランと米国の緊張が高まる

2017/8、米国議会がロシア、イラン、北朝鮮に対する経済制裁法案を可決、トランプが署名

2017/8/15、イランのルハイニ大統領が議会で米国が経済制裁実行の場合ただちに2015年の核合意を破棄すると表明

これに先立ってルハイニはプーチンと電話会談

2017/8/15、米国国連大使がイランは世界を人質にするなと反発

日本時間2017/8/16午後3時現在、米国国務長官ティラーソンの発言は伝えられていない。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 14:39| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

イランが米国の経済制裁が発動されれば直ちに核合意を破棄すると表明

RT2017/8/15
Iran ready to scrap nuclear deal ‘within hours’ if US imposes new sanctions – Rouhani

Iran could backtrack on its 2015 nuclear agreement with world powers “within hours” if Washington slaps new sanctions on Tehran, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned, noting that the US has proved to be a “unreliable negotiator.”

“If America wants to go back to the experience [of imposing sanctions], Iran would certainly return in a short time – not a week or a month but within hours – to conditions more advanced than before the start of negotiations,” Rouhani told a session of parliament broadcast live on state television, as cited by Reuters.

“The world has clearly seen that under Trump, America has ignored international agreements and, in addition to undermining the [nuclear deal], has broken its word on the Paris agreement and the Cuba accord… and that the United States is not a good partner or a reliable negotiator,” he said.

In early August, US President Donald Trump signed into law a bill, passed by the US Congress, which imposes sanctions on Iran, Russia, and North Korea.

Following the decision, prominent libertarian and former Congressman Ron Paul accused Trump of betraying his promises to the American people by seeking a new conflict with either Iran or North Korea, warning the president that any such war will put an end to his term.

“President Trump seems to be impatiently racing toward at least one disastrous war. Maybe two. The big question is who will be first? North Korea or Iran?” Ron Paul wrote in his weekly column published on the site of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity last month.

Trump “seems determined to push a confrontation,” while Iran was actually “in compliance” with the deal, Paul said.

Tehran earlier said the latest round of sanctions violates the landmark 2015 agreement. Iran officially agreed to halt parts of its nuclear program and subject other sectors to increased UN monitoring in exchange for the removal of economic sanctions, in July two years ago when, following months of negotiations, the long-awaited deal was signed between Tehran and major world powers – the US, France, Britain, Russia, and China, plus Germany.

Under the deal, called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Tehran also agreed to cap its uranium enrichment below the level needed for bomb-grade material. It also vowed to reduce its enriched uranium stockpile from around 10,000kg to 300kg for 15 years and agreed to international inspections. In response, Western countries agreed to lift sanctions.

“Iran would not be the first to pull out of the nuclear deal, but it will not remain silent about the US repeated violations of the accord. Those who want to tear up the nuclear deal should know that they will be ripping up their own political life,” the Iranian president said earlier this month.

In late July, the US government imposed sanctions against six Iranian companies after Tehran launched a satellite into orbit, saying they were “central” to Iran’s ballistic missile program. Six enterprises listed as subsidiaries of the Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group were placed on the US sanctions list after what Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin described as a “provocative space launch.”

Kaveh Afrasiabi, former adviser to Iran’s nuclear negotiation team, called the latest sanctions ineffective and utile. “Unfortunately, despite the fact the Trump administration has repeatedly certified Iran’s compliance with the nuclear agreement, it continues to take these counterproductive steps that threaten the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and elicit an Iranian response, as we have seen by the Iranian Parliament sanctioning some American entities, and Iran for a fifth time complaining to the JCPOA joint commission.”

On July 27, Iran successfully tested the Simorgh rocket, a two-stage vehicle meant to deliver small space satellites into orbit. The US government said the technology used in the launch is inherently designed to to carry a nuclear payload, in violation of UN Security Council resolutions.

Tehran denied its missile development breaches the resolution, saying its missiles are not designed to carry nuclear weapons.

RT2017/8/16
‘Iran cannot hold world hostage, nuclear deal not too big to fail’ – US envoy to UN
Tehran should not be allowed to use the nuclear deal as a bargaining tool and “hold the world hostage,” the US ambassador to UN has said after Iran's president Hassan Rouhani warned that Tehran could backtrack on the 2015 agreement “within hours” should new sanctions be imposed.

“Iran cannot be allowed to use the nuclear deal to hold the world hostage. The nuclear deal must not become too big to fail,” Nikki Haley said in response to Rouhani’s remarks.

On Tuesday, Rouhani told a session of parliament, broadcast live on state television, that if Washington goes back to its practice of imposing unilateral sanctions, then “Iran would certainly return in a short time – not a week or a month but within hours – to conditions more advanced than before the start of negotiations.”

In early August, US President Donald Trump signed into law a bill, which introduces sanctions on Iran, along with North Korea and Russia. Tehran considers it a violation of the landmark 2015 nuclear agreement.

Haley, however, claimed that US sanctions were an unrelated issue and were designed to punish Tehran for its “missile launches, support for terrorism, disregard for human rights, and violations of UN Security Council resolutions.”

Under the deal, called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and signed by Tehran and major world powers – the US, France, Britain, Russia, and China, plus Germany – Tehran officially agreed to halt parts of its nuclear program and subject other sectors to increased UN monitoring. In response, Western countries agreed to lift sanctions.

On July 27, as part of its space program, Iran successfully tested a two-stage rocket meant to deliver small space satellites into orbit. The US government considered it a violation of the UN Security Council resolutions, saying the technology may potentially be used to carry a nuclear payload.

“Iran would not be the first to pull out of the nuclear deal, but it will not remain silent about the US repeated violations of the accord,” the Iranian president said earlier this month. “Those who want to tear up the nuclear deal should know that they will be ripping up their own political life.”
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 14:29| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

日本の空は放射性物質リッチ 2017/8/15〜16







※  みーゆ@リケニャ‏ @miakiza20100906 17:42 - 2017年8月14日
九州電力 | 川内原発1号機 一次冷却水のヨウ素131 http://www.kyuden.co.jp/nuclear_operation_info_youso.html
 今日 8月14日 までの測定結果。依然として正常時の10倍程度のところを推移。異常な上昇が始まったのは3月後半。

※  桑ちゃん‏ @namiekuwabara 氏の2017/8/15のツイート
稼働中の燃料破損考えられる要因、
・熱出力調整で制御棒を稼動させ異物をかんでいたことにより、燃料体を押し込んだものによる破損。
・冷却水の流れが悪くなり局部的に熱出力上がり燃料棒膨張によるシールの破損。
・燃料棒に腐食生成物が付着、ジルカロイ反応で被覆管破損。
今の所これ位かな。















原発は、稼動中はもちろんのこと、停止中でも使用中、使用済みの燃料棒から放射性物質が漏れ出しているんですね。それゆえある程度の量が溜ると大気中に放出する。
その頻度はかなり短く、燃料棒の損傷が大きい原発では放出量も多くなるようです。

大体荒天の日に放出する例が多いようですが、この8月半ばは台風通過後は風の強い日はありませんでした。そのため常時少量ずつ放出していてもそれが上空に滞留していたのでしょう、強い雨で一気に地表近くに下りて来ました。

強い雨が移動するにつれて次々と線量率上昇が見られる原発が変わりましたから、どこも同じような状態ではなかったかと思われます。お盆で人々が仕事を休んでいることとは関係がないように思われます。

2017/8/14の玄海原発周辺の空間線量率の上昇は、滞留していたものだけでなく意図的な放出があったものと見られます。空間線量率上昇時間、範囲ともに異例でした。近くの大気観測ステーションでSPM濃度のスパイクも見られました。

2017/8/16午前11時過ぎのホワイトフードのマップは、浜岡から放出がどう飛びやすいのか、典型的な例を示しています。伊那谷に、静岡市の山沿いに、山梨に、小田原に、そして房総半島まで飛びます。



糸魚川で上がっています。志賀原発か柏崎刈羽か。石川、富山で上がっていますから志賀ですね。浜岡発は山梨長野県境まで、伊豆半島も通り道です。上がっています。

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 11:13| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故

米国のアフガン遠征は失敗 軍隊を引き上げるべきとロシア特使 タリバンが米軍に撤退を要求

RT2017/8/14
Taliban to Trump: Withdraw all US troops from Afghanistan, foreign occupation is main driver of war
In an open letter, the Taliban have urged US President Donald Trump to withdraw all US troops from Afghanistan, as the commander-in-chief ponders his next move in the country.

“Previous experiences have shown that sending more troops to Afghanistan will not result in anything other than further destruction of American military and economical might,” the Taliban stated in 1,600-word English-language letter, released to the media through spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid.

The letter accused “warmongering” generals and politicians of prolonging the conflict and claiming more and more American and Afghan lives.

The militants said that the only true path to peace was an end to the American presence in the country.

“Everyone now understands that the main driver of war in Afghanistan is foreign occupation,” the letter reads.

“The Afghans have no ill-intention towards the Americans or any other nation around the world but if anyone violates their sanctums then they are mighty proficient at beating and defeating the transgressors.”

The letter claims that Afghan officials are downplaying the seriousness of the situation and that only a fear of causing mass civilian casualties is holding the Taliban back from a large-scale offensive.

Though Trump himself has previously criticized US interventionism abroad, his administration is considering a new strategy there, which could see deploying thousands more troops to the war-torn country as part of the NATO-led coalition, at the request of General John Nicholson, the senior US commander in Afghanistan.

On Monday, Defense Secretary James Mattis said the White House was looking at a number of options for the new US strategy in Afghanistan, which range from a troop surge to increased use of contractors to a full withdrawal.

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s special envoy to Afghanistan, Zamir Kabulov, said the US campaign in the country has failed to meet its goals and that it was time to go.

“Moscow never hastened the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. But since the US Army [campaign] there has come to nothing, let them leave Afghanistan,” he told Izvestia on Sunday.

“The American campaign in Afghanistan has failed. Afghanistan risks becoming a global incubator of international terrorism. It has, in fact, already partially grown to become it.”

The Taliban are fighting to restore their Islamist rule over Afghanistan, which they enjoyed from 1996 to 2001, when they were the most powerful faction in the country, before being toppled by an American-led invasion. Since then, Washington has spent $780 billion in Afghanistan, according to the National Priorities Project (NPP), in what has become its longest-running conflict, with no clear end in sight. Between 2001 and 2016, the Costs of War Project has estimated that around 173,000 civilians in Afghanistan and Pakistan have been killed.


RT2017/8/14
'US campaign in Afghanistan has failed, troops should leave' – Russian envoy

The US campaign in Afghanistan has failed and Washington needs to withdraw its troops, says the Russian president’s special envoy to Afghanistan. He added that Kabul has grown into a “global incubator of international terrorism.”

Moscow does not see the need for further presence of the American contingent in Afghanistan, Zamir Kabulov, who is also the Russian Foreign Ministry's director of the Second Asian Department in Afghanistan, told Izvestia daily.

“Moscow never hastened the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. But since the US Army [campaign] there has come to nothing, let them leave Afghanistan,” Kabulov said.

“The American campaign in Afghanistan has failed. Afghanistan risks becoming a global incubator of international terrorism. It has, in fact, already partially grown to become it,” Kabulov added.

Russia strongly opposes the American idea to replace the regular US Army in Afghanistan with military contractors.

“The US is in despair, and plans to replace the professional armed forces with mercenaries are stupid. It will not lead to anything good: mercenaries will simply break into a run. They recruit them from around the world, offering cash. How are they going to fight against the Taliban?” the diplomat wondered.

The US Department of Defense has spent more than $76 billion on weapons and equipment for the Afghan security forces since 2002, the US Government Accountability Office said last week.

Washington has paid for 600,000 weapons, including rifles and pistols, for the Afghan Army and police, the GAO report, released on Thursday, said.

The key equipment provided included 163,000 tactical and non-tactical radios; 76,000 vehicles, such as Humvees; 30,000 equipment items for disposing of explosives, such as bomb disposal robots; and 16,000 equipment items for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, such as unmanned surveillance drones, just to name a handful.

The report came as President Donald Trump said he is “very close” to announcing a new strategy on Afghanistan.

“It’s a very big decision for me,” he told reporters in Bedminster on Thursday.

“I took over a mess,” Trump said, “and we’re going to make it a lot less messy,” he added.

Calling the situation in Afghanistan a “stalemate,” Army General John Nicholson told the US Senate Armed Services Committee earlier this year that while he has enough troops for counterterrorism operations against the likes of the Taliban, Al-Qaeda, and Islamic State, he would like several thousand more in order to boost the capabilities of the Afghan security forces.

Nicholson said troop injections could come from the US military or NATO nations.

“I have adequate resourcing in my counterterrorism mission,” Nicholson said in February.

"But the train, advise and assist mission has a shortfall of a few thousand troops,” he added, noting that the extra troops could come from the United States and its allies, many of whom are fighting in Afghanistan.

Nicholson said that offensive capability would eventually “break the stalemate in Afghanistan,” but it would also require an increase in troops stationed in Afghanistan in order to adequately train Afghan forces, Nicholson noted, specifically calling for increased funding for Afghanistan’s air force.

From 2001 to mid-2016, around 173,000 civilians in Afghanistan and Pakistan have died amid the American-led war, according to the Costs of War Project. More than 183,000 civilians have been seriously wounded in that time.

“We should leave Afghanistan immediately. No more wasted lives. If we have to go back in, we go in hard & quick. Rebuild the US first,” Trump tweeted in 2013.

About 8,400 US troops and 6,400 NATO soldiers remain in Afghanistan following the large-scale NATO troop reduction in 2014. US-led forces entered Afghanistan to end Taliban control more than 15 years ago, following the September 11, 2001 World Trade Center attacks.
The US has spent more than $780 billion in Afghanistan since 2001, according to the National Priorities Project (NPP), with the research tank saying that “every hour, taxpayers in the United States are paying $4 million” for the war in Afghanistan.
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ティラーソン

RT2017/8/15
Tillerson calls out Turkey, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia & Iran over religious freedom
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has singled out several Muslim-majority countries for violating religious freedoms. He also called out Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) terrorists for their “genocide” of Yazidis, Christians and Shia Muslims.

Tillerson has accused friends and foes alike of violating their citizens’ religious freedoms, particularly focusing on Muslim-majority countries in his presentation of the US State Department’s annual report on religious freedom worldwide.
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2017年08月15日

サウジ王家の皇太子誘拐はありふれたことらしい

FARSNEWS2017/8/15
Details Emerge of Saudi Arabia’s Kidnapping of Defecting Royals
TEHRAN (FNA)- New details emerged of Saudi Arabia’s kidnapping of three members of its royal family from Europe and the United States in order to silence their opposition to the ruling regime.

The BBC is to air a documentary titled “Kidnapped: Saudi Arabia’s Missing Princes” on Tuesday, offering details on the kidnapping of the princes, who have not been heard of since their disappearance.

The Guardian had originally broke the story about the kidnappings back in March 2016.

Prince Sultan bin Turki

But a report on the BBC’s website used information from the documentary to provide more details.

According to the report, Prince Sultan bin Turki, the most senior of the three princes, was invited back in 2003 to a palace in Geneva, where a fellow royal urged him to return to the kingdom so they could resolve the dispute arising from his anti-regime criticism.

Upon his refusal, those in the room with Sultan left and masked men entered, injecting Turki with anesthetizing substance. The prince was then taken to an aircraft and flown to Riyadh. He spent time between prison and house arrest in Saudi Arabia but was allowed to leave again in 2010 to seek medical treatment in the United States.

He worked from the US to file complaints with Swiss courts over the assault back in Geneva, once again alarming Saudi officials.

In 2016, he boarded an aircraft presuming it was headed for Cairo, but midway, flight attendants took out weapons, subduing him and taking him to Riyadh.

A number of people, including foreign nationals, who were unwittingly accompanying Sultan had taken images before the assault on board the plane. They had had their phones seized and images erased, save one picture (seen above). They were then held for three days before being sent back to their countries of origin.

Turki had been critical of the country’s human rights record and corruption among princes and officials and had called for a series of reforms.

Prince Turki bin Bandar

A former official tasked with policing the royals, Prince Turki bin Bandar was another royal abducted, while trying to leave for France in Morocco. He was then imprisoned and returned forcibly to Riyadh.

He had posted videos on YouTube, calling for reform in Saudi Arabia.

Saud bin Saif al-Nasr

A bon vivant, Saud bin Saif al-Nasr was the least prominent of the three. He had openly called for a popular uprising against the Saudi ruling regime and urged the prosecution of the Saudi officials who had backed the overthrow of Egypt’s only democratically-elected President Mohammed Morsi in 2013.

He had also endorsed two letters in which an anonymous Saudi prince had called for a coup to remove King Salman.

In 2015, he was flown to what he thought was a planned business meeting in Milan, but has not been heard of ever since.

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ベネズエラがトランプの軍事侵攻の脅しに強く反発

RT2017/8/15
Maduro calls for nationwide ‘anti-imperialist’ drills after Trump’s threat of ‘military option’
A massive rally in support of the Venezuelan president has taken place in Caracas, condemning Donald Trump’s proposal of a “military option” to resolve the country’s issues. Nicolas Maduro announced a nationwide military drill next week to fend off a possible “imperialist” invasion.

“I have given the order to the armed forces’ joint chiefs of staff to start preparations for a national civil-military exercise for the integrated armed defense of the Venezuelan nation,” Maduro told supporters who had gathered in the nation’s capital. The drills are scheduled for August 26-27.

“Everyone has to join the defense plan, millions of men and women, let’s see how the American imperialists like it,” Maduro added, as thousands of supporters denounced Trump's threats of possible military intervention.

On Friday, Trump branded Maduro a “dictator” blaming him for months of unrest in the country. To put an end to the crisis Trump said that a “military operation, a military option, is certainly something we could pursue.”

On Monday, thousands of Venezuelans denounced Trump’s statements.

“We will defend our country if at any moment the American empire wants to tread on the sacred soil of Bolivar and Chavez. We are here, ready to fight, ready to defend it with the blood of our patriots if necessary,” said Nelson Rafael Pineda, a military officer at the rally.

While the Pentagon said Monday that it is not preparing for military action in Venezuela, US Vice President Mike Pence warned that the US will not just standby and watch the Latin American country descend into a “dictatorship.”

“President (Donald) Trump has made it very clear that we will not standby while Venezuela collapses into a dictatorship,” Pence told reporters in Cartagena, Colombia. “A failed state in Venezuela threatens the security and prosperity of our entire hemisphere and the people of the United States of America.”

However, before the US potentially turns to a military option, Washington intends to pursue economic sanctions against the Venezuelan government.

“We are absolutely determined to bring the full measure of American economic and diplomatic power to bear until we see democracy restored in Venezuela,” Pence told reporters, as quoted by Reuters.
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