Wednesday, April 6, 2011

South Korean Intentional Disinformation? "Radioactive materials unlikely to reach Korea this week: ...a turnaround from its earlier prediction" Really?

"Chances are slim that the Korean Peninsula will be directly affected
by radioactive particles from a crippled Japanese nuclear plant this week,
South Korea's state weather agency said Wednesday,
easing radiation fears here amid forecasts of imminent heavy rain.

The Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA)'s announcement
marked a turnaround from its earlier prediction
that radioactive contaminants from the Fukushima nuclear power station
may be carried to the peninsula by seasonal winds.



...Concerns about radiation exposure have deepened in South Korea
since the KMA raised the possibility earlier this week
that radioactive materials may soon reach the peninsula by southeasterly winds.

Heavy rain is expected here around early Thursday.


"There seems to have been a misunderstanding
in the process of interpreting (an analysis of air currents)," Kim added.

Really?

..."Even if radioactive particles reach South Korea,
the impact will be negligible to human health and the eco-system.

... The nuclear safety institute said it detected minuscule traces of iodine-131
in all 12 air particle detection centers across the country
and cesium-134 and cesium-137 in 11 areas.

The samples were collected from 10 a.m. Monday through 10 a.m. Tuesday.

KINS said no rain fell in the country during this 24-hour period...

Really?

...Iodine, cesium and xenon are all by-products of nuclear fission
and were released by the Fukushima power plant...

The KMA, meanwhile, confirmed that it has held three artificial rain tests
in the country's eastern and central regions of Gangwon and Chungcheong this year,
but refuted claims that the "secret" experiments
were aimed at protecting the country from radioactive contamination.

...The last two experiments, conducted on March 14 and 25,
have sparked suspicions that they were intended to block the radiation wave stemming from Japan.

April 6 (Yonhap)

5 comments:

Abner Doon said...

"The great majority of mankind are satisfied with appearance
as though they were realities
and are often more influenced by the things that seem than those that are"

Niccolo Machiavelli

Abner Doon said...

Are you certain
you’ve not been conditioned to think certain thoughts?

Is what you think others think
what they may be thinking
or what they and/or some others want you to think they’re thinking?

Abner Doon said...

Should news outlets intentionally misrepresent truth
in the interests of national security?

Do some think most know more than they ought to?

Abner Doon said...

"Statements by high officials are practically always misleading
when they are designed to bolster a falling market"

Gerald M Loeb


Can truth be a casualty of social instability?

Is there a correlation between behavior
and information consumption?

Could some of what you think
be what you’re frequently told to think?

Can most people be fooled most of the time?

Abner Doon said...

"A myth is a fixed way of looking at the world which cannot be destroyed
because, looked at through the myth
all evidence supports that myth"

Edward de Bono
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What if what you think isn’t?
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"Sometimes people mistake the way I talk
for what I am thinking"

Idi Amin

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