Forecast map shows radiation nearing U.S. — South of Alaska in less than a week: Hong Kong Observatory


Reuters, March 15 at 7:07 am EST:

An officer at the Hong Kong Observatory shows a forecast trajectory of radiation releases from Japan. Indicators in red triangles, blue squares and green stars project wind directions of different altitudes 500 metres, 1,500 metres and 3,000 metres respectively.

See photo here. Green line is the forecast at an altitude of 1,500 meters.

3 comments to Forecast map shows radiation nearing U.S. — South of Alaska in less than a week: Hong Kong Observatory

  • In the past two weeks, and marine experts today said they believe last summer’s Gulf oil spill may be to blame.If you go back through the archives on this
    site, you will see anecdotes of fishermen sickened to death,
    clean-up workers denied protective gear as they poisoned
    themselves. This is also ongoing today.

  • blue squares and green stars project wind directions of different altitudes 500 metres,you will see anecdotes of fishermen sickened to death,
    clean-up workers denied protective gear as they poisoned
    themselves. This is also ongoing today.

  • The use of chemical dispersants during the oil spill coupled with the ultraviolet exposure in the Gulf may have increased the formation of OPAHs beyond expected levels.and it is hypothesized that the same will be true in water, said Anderson.

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