ALERT- Solar Flare Interaction with High Atomic Weight Fukushima Fallout
There is a full halo Earth directed Solar Coronal Mass Ejection inbound, estimated to impact on the 1/21/12. The CME event will interact with high atomic weight fallout (both radioactive and NON-radioactive) in the upper atmosphere and produce a witches' brew of new radioactive fallout via nuclear spallation processes. The extent to which this will occur is difficult to determine without access to advanced simulation models, however previous such occurrences have correlated with the detections of radioiodines over Europe.
If the expected effects do occur, they will be most strongly be felt on the sunlit side of the planet. The evidence for such effects would be distributed and difficult to localize detections of fresh radioactive fallout. On the dark side of the planet the effects would produce unusual colors in the Northern Lights and greater penetration into the Southern Latitudes. An early arrival of effect should not be ruled out either.
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The following photos from the SOHO space observatory shows the "snow" impacts of Protons on the Camera's CCD. When these Protons impact the non-radioactive Cesium 133 in the upper atmosphere they will spall out a host of radioactive iodines. The Cs-133 comes from the decay of Xenon-133 gas. Xe-133 is one of the primary most plentiful components of the fallout from Fukushima