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Gepubliceerd op 29 jan 2014

The situation in the nuclear power station in Fukushima Daiichi plant is worse than before and there is a need for a bridge gap process to decontaminate the lands and the waters in the area.

In this video, we have shown another alternative and cheap process to decontaminate the lands and the waters in the house and farmlands.

Warnings and safety procedures:

Make sure you wear protective clothing when starting to make the Nano materials.

Keep a good distance from the containers when you introduce the water to the container, due to the splash of the boiling content.

We advise that farmers to work as collective groups rather than individuals and ask for TEPCO supervisors to be present, when they carry these procedures out on the land or for water decontamination.

Nano-materials can penetrate skin, please wear gloves when making these materials.

Wear thick clothing materials and heavy boots and gloves, when on the land or decontaminating water.

The process shown in this video will create a condition to remove the materials, but does not create or explains the condition to handle the materials after removal from the land or water.

Once collected, the handling of the contaminated materials have to be left to the TEPCO and the Japanese government.

The farmers should not walk on the land until they are sure the land using radiation detectors is decontaminated using the new technology.

With this process, farming machinery can be used to introduce the new materials on the land and the same machines can be used to plow and collect the new contaminated material from the land.

Use farming machines like tractors to disperse the produced Nano-materials and for collecting the contaminated new materials afterwards from the land.

Any contaminated clothing or tolls can be washed in the water, by placing it in container which fresh processed Nano-coated materials are placed in and after a few hours the clothing can be removed, that the radioactive materials from clothing will be attached to the coated materials.

Do not use hand to wash the contaminated clothing.

When, washing use a wooden stick, which can be replaced after each wash.

Do not reuse the stick and place it with the Nano materials from the wash in the steel drum explained blow.

The water after wash should be free of any radiation, but the coated elements have to be placed in the container and handed to TEPCO.

Always wear protective clothing that you do not come in touch with contaminated materials, which was extracted from the farmland or the water.

Dig a hole in the ground, place steel container, or drum for the collected materials and place heavy thick slab on top of the hole.

Make sure this is well located away from any residential place.

Never look in to the container and make sure the container is easy to lift and be replaced once it is removed by TEPCO.

Once collected, the handling of the contaminated materials have to be left to the TEPCO and the Japanese government.

We give more advise on the forum of the keshe Foundation workshop.

The work of the Foundation needs support that we can stay independent of governments and multinational for our research. You can supports our work by donating founds to the Foundation using the donation bottom at the Keshe Foundation website that we can carry on with our works and teachings new scientists at our Spaceship Institute.

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