Dutchsinse Report: 4/27/2012 ~ Cloud of depleted URANIUM heading towards Hawaii and West Coast USA


Note: We have no way of knowing whether or not Japanese authorities are disclosing the truth about the condition of the 3400 drums containing depleted uranium at the Mitsui chemical plant. It doesn’t do you good to worry about a radiation cloud so the best approach is to continue taking kelp, eat miso soup and take weekly baking soda/sea salt baths along with any other precautions you may be doing to radioactive contamination. Hopefully you and your loved ones have continued with this routine over the last 14 months because the radiation hasn’t stopped spewing from the destroyed nuclear reactors, and won’t for many years to come.

So, while Dutch raises the alarm here lets maintain perspective and keep doing what we can to boost our immune system and thyroid against radioactive materials, as well as flush out the radiation with baths and chelation therapy. There are many recommendations for radiation antidotes and remedies here to the right under the Radioactivity from Fukushima category, suggestions that will help you to reduce and even eliminate the effects from radiation. The first precaution wouor rain to avoid coming in direct contact or breathing in radioactive particles.

Here’s a link to Dutch’s report, lets keep things in perspective by taking care of our selves to avoid any possible contamination and don’t approach this in fear, it blocks out incoming guidance and helps to break down your immune system.

http://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/4272012-cloud-of-depleted-uranium-heading-towards-hawaii-and-west-coast-usa/

UPDATED HERE: NHK: Another Mitsui chemical plant had trouble BEFORE multiple explosions — All plants were halted at time of blasts (VIDEO)

UPDATE II: AFP: Officials “waiting for combustible materials to burn out” after Japan explosions — Fire not extinguished — May take days to determine cause

UPDATE III: Kyodo Gets Suspicious? Mitsui “claimed” radioactive agent is harmless to people — Radiation mentioned 4 times — Explosions began while shutting down plant

Follow-up to: Explosion at Japan chemical complex, still burning — 3,379 containers of nuclear waste onsite — Reports of depleted uranium — Gov’t says no release of toxic material (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Title: One dead, 11 hurt as glue factory blows
Source: Kyodo
Date: April 22, 2012

One employee was killed and 11 others were injured early Sunday as flames and explosions ripped through a glue factory in Waki, Yamaguchi Prefecture, police said. [...]

There has been no confirmation that toxic gases were emitted. [...]

The plant had 3,400 drums of used catalytic agent that contained radioactive materials on the premises, but the explosions did not appear to have any effect on radiation levels.

The radioactive agent is harmless to people, Mitsui Chemicals said.

Via EXSKF: FNN News says there are about 3,400 containers of depleted uranium at the plant, but according to Mitsui Chemical there is no damage to the containers. [...] The second explosion took place at 8AM on April 22.

http://enenews.com/second-explosion-at-mitsui-plant-kyodo-3400-drums-with-radioactive-materials-fnn-confirms-depleted-uranium-at-plant-did-not-appear-to-have-any-effect-on-radiation-levels-videos

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2 comments on “Dutchsinse Report: 4/27/2012 ~ Cloud of depleted URANIUM heading towards Hawaii and West Coast USA

  1. Should this sentence from above: “The first precaution wouor rain to avoid coming in direct contact or breathing in radioactive particles.” say something about avoiding the rain? I think part of the sentence got lost in editing or something. Great info btw! Thanks :)

  2. Should this sentence from above: “The first precaution wouor rain to avoid coming in direct contact or breathing in radioactive particles.”, say something about avoiding rain? I think part of the sentence got lost in editing or something. Great info btw! Thanks :)

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