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"Greatest Crime In Human History!"
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23rd July 2018 - "Greatest Crime In Human History!"

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Data from inside Japan U.S. military base.

Comment:

Kevin Blanch talks to a brave Hispanic woman who took soil samples from the entrance to  the Yokosuka Naval Base Officers Mess in 2012, and had those samples professionally tested. The tests show there were high levels of radioactive contamination present on this base and other locations, despite the reassurances of safety from naval personal and the Japanese and American governments.

Large numbers of naval personnel and their families were exposed to these high levels of radioactive contamination.



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This is important to show, though I'm really put off by Kevin's mannerisms ... here is another video he did with Rachel Kadoya. Fukushima coverup news; NEW NEVER SEEN DATA, July 19 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bVICFou0nQ
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Here is a very small and very hot sample of black fungus like material, sent from Minamisoma Japan for testing in March 2013.

[Image: Minamisoma-Cesium-290313-TV45-23c-25040-MB.jpg]

This comment was posted on the forum where we were discussing the test results.
 
"I'm an expert on weighing objects (sell scales, use different ones daily, some precise to .01g). Fungus in that form does not appear to hold too much water weight and would likely weigh less than a gram given the scale. If it is thin and flaky type fungus, it may be under .25-.5g. Is it thick like a mushroom cap or more like lichen? I've only observed extremely thin fungi growing on concrete, and I would err on the very low side. My best guess is .3g."
 
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"That means the black fungus sample from Japan is very, very, hot.
Test results 117 Bg Cs-137 and 58 Bq Cs-134
117 + 58 = 175 Bq x (1000 grams/0.3 grams) = 583,333 Bq/Kg of Cesium
Even if it was 10 times greater in weight 3 grams, it would still be 58,333 Bq/Kg of Cesium."

You would not want your family to be living in an environment where this type of highly radioactive material was in the soil or blowing around in the wind!
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