Sunday 2 July 2023

IAEA saw no evidence Moscow planning attack on nuclear plant...

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Atomic Energy Agency chief surprises France 24 news, saying 'no evidence' that Russia is preparing to blow up former Ukraine nuclear plant it controls ... hints at Ukraine false flag

France 24:

"On June 22, President Volodymyr Zelensky asserted that, according to Ukrainian intelligence, Russia had made all the preparations for an attack on the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, which could cause a nuclear catastrophe.

The Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Rafael Grossi spoke to France 24 from Vienna, and stated that his teams had not observed any Russian military deployment inside the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, despite Ukrainian authorities claiming that Moscow was preparing to attack the site."

From the France 24 video interviewing IAEA's Grossi:

"Host: Zelensky said that Russia drove cars with explosives to nuclear power plants and mined cooling ponds. Did you see it?

Grossi: I would never argue with the President of Ukraine. I can only say that I was there and did not see it. Our teams are there and report every day."




At 3 July 2023 at 00:29 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

There will be no winners if an event like this were to occur. It would also have serious health affects on multiple future generations in multiple countries as the radiation will spread far and wide. The nuclear plant site and surrounding landscape would also become so contaminated it would become another radioactive exclusion zone, just like the Ukraine Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant exclusion zone, created after it's reactor 4 melted down in 1986.

Link to Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant radiation monitoring stations.

The SaveEcoBot site link has been added under the Ukraine and Belarus country headings on EnviroReporter's International list of Radiation Monitoring Stations. You will also find other radiation monitoring system links listed under the Ukraine and Belarus country headings there. The local monitoring stations on SaveEcoBot measure background radiation levels in Nano Sievert per hour nS/hr. Most of the local background stations in Ukraine and Belarus outside the Chernobyl exclusion zone are presently showing around 100 to 200 nS/hr. Thirty seven years after the Chernobyl reactor 4 meltdown, the exclusion zone is still showing very high background radiation levels. The highest level being 5300 nSu/hr.
If you are new to this, 100 to 200 nS/hr will be the present local background reference level for you on SaveEcoBot.
SaveEcoBot raw link:
If you see levels increasing above this on multiple monitoring sites in Ukraine and Belarus near each other, then it likely means a significant nuclear event has occurred, and you will need to start looking for live surface wind direction and weather patterns so you can determine whether a radioactive cloud is heading in your direction. This will help you make a decision on whether to evacuate or shelter in place. Links to live wind and weather monitoring resources are also provided on the EnviroReporter's International list of Radiation Monitoring Stations page.
You need to learn how to use the wind, weather and radiation monitoring systems before a major nuclear event occurs. Otherwise you will be fumbling around in the dark, trying to figure out how everything works.
If it is headed outside the boarders of Ukraine and Belarus you can then go to EnviroReporter's "International list of Radiation Monitoring Stations", to look up other countries radiation monitoring stations.
In the present world environment, owning a Geiger counter and knowing how to use it, could be a potential life saver. If you have questions about how to use a Geiger counter, or how to test food for radiation, please leave questions in the EnviroReporter radiation conversation comment section here.

Also feel free to share your knowledge on the subject.
Get a feel for your Geiger Counter. Knowing what is the average background level you would expect for your local area is important. You need to build up a knowledge base of your local weather and local background radiation levels. Then you have a baseline from which to work.


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