Johanna Faust, a mixed race Jew, prefers to publish pseudonymously. She is committed: first, to preventing war, ecological disaster, and nuclear apocalypse; last to not only fighting for personal privacy & the freedom of information, but, by representing herself as a soldier in that fight, to exhorting others to do the same. She is a poet, always. All these efforts find representation here: "ah, Mephistophelis" is so named after the last line of Christopher Marlowe's Dr. Faustus, whose heretical success flouted the censor for a time.

Radionuclides from the Fukushima accident in the air over Lithuania: THIS ABSTRACT HAS MORE INFO

For Ultraman: because it adds a little more than we had; would that it added more.

Not to show that the amounts were significant (they weren't) but to note that plutonium out of the Fukushima reactors did indeed travel far and wide, contrary to many nuclear experts (particularly the kind that live in Japan) have said.

What's more, the authors of the paper seem to think that plutonium came from the spent fuel.

Interesting. Does anyone have access to the full paper?
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Well, now that you ask (she said two days later):



NOTE: If you choose to follow the link find the title of this article  --  but when you click it watch carefully: the images and other goodies are only there for a moment, at least on my browser, before they are redacted.  This occasioned the following post.  

fulltext link (thank you anonymous) without ads, isolated from its ad infested context so as to avoid confusion. Right click to start download. You may have to open in a new tab.:

go here if the link doesn't work or display properly.

Warning, only click on the "start download from" blue link and if you get any popup besides your download starting, force quit.  

(If some ad latches onto your interface, suckers in your eyes and ears, with an offer of a free ipad, and you don't kill your browser, don't blame me.)

Be seeing you.


  1. Thanks, most interesting. I mirrored and commented here.

  2. Iodine, cesium and other radioisotopes began reaching Lithuania from the west within a week or so of March 11, 2011.

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