The August 2015 Tianjin blast was a sodium fast reactor accident (identical to Chernobyl in nature) together with a sodium storage fire – explosion nucléaire monstrueuse à Tianjin en 2015 – RNR au sodium

[Français plus bas] The 2018 accident (August 14 with hurricane Bebinca) allows to understand what happened on 2015 in Tianjin. The sodium fast reactor that exploded in 2018 was in a warehouse close to a port, in the Leizhou peninsula close to the Spratley Islands where China needs a powerful military. Sodium fast reactors allow mass production of activated sodium (Na24) which is a very strong neutron source (when compressed into heavy water, its gamma ray take out a massive amount of neutrons from the deuterium atoms). Please read this article for more explanation on sodium reactors. Chernobyl was a SFR. Positive void coefficient + high flammability = massive explosions.

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That’s for the Bebinca accident in Leizhou in 2018

The Tianjin area was obviously another such military installation. Also in a port. Sodium stored and nearby, There are unconfirmed reports of “500 rems” near the explosion. The flashs of light are obvious in a number of explosions filmed on video (this one is very good). The sodium cyanide (“700 tons”) is confirmed. Reuters published this headline : “China begins nationwide nuclear safety checks after Tianjin blast”. The hint is clear.

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Really amazing… Reminds of what’s been described for Chernobyl

The burning, very very bright “stuff” in the cloud makes it obvious, it’s radioactive waste burning, the content of a reactor is highly pyrophoric and as it’s been expelled by the event it’s well on fire… The liquid sodium burning is also evident.

Just before there is obviously a MASSIVE flash together with the explosion that is the terminal factor for diagnosis : light produced by fission.

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I don’t know what triggered that blast. Accidental ? Criminal ? Perhaps as well an operation by foreign intelligence (by hacking computers…). But sodium fast reactors are highly instable and are a place for frequent manipulation (extraction of Pu239, of Na24).

There is a HUGE epidemiological effect visible with Google Trends, with the usual delay of onset, one month here. It should be easy to see that winds from the Tianjin area went to the East. All of these effects are simply beacons for a MUCH WIDER array of health consequences described in this scientific article I wrote. People do not think of all their body, just think of a few diseases based on their symptoms but those here are typical of the contamination with alpha emitting nanoparticulates like uranium and plutonium, as described in the scientific article. The delay is also explained with the time needed for nanoparticulates to reach the bottom of the body once ingested / inhalated. They are carried by gravity through the digestive tract, the blood, nerves… Prostate cancer is spiking hard. It’s a very typical cancer.

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Checking in Liaoning, lung cancer is also spiking hard just after (week of the 16th to the 22th of Aug 2015) :

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There’s also a good peak on “leukemia” in Beijing a few months after the event :

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To conclude the simple keyword “cancer” shows both tragic nuclear accidents together, with a similar delay before spike in Google requests :

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The effects of the second one (from hurricane Bebinca) went mostly to Vietnam but after the hurricane the plant kept on burning, a spike is found up to the US West Coast (for requests on lung cancer solely, indicating absence of long term damage – the alpha emitting nanoparticles could not travel so far, it’s solely short-term pain because of fission products, we don’t have any spike in prostate cancer requests before after the beginning of the Brunswick nuclear accident).

Seeing the spike for a keyword such as “cancer” on the entire China indicates the tremendous effect of both accidents.

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L’explosion de Tianjin en 2015 était nucléaire. L’autre accident nucléaire, celui de 2018 à cause du cyclone Bebinca, permet de faire le diagnostic. Dans les deux cas on a affaire à un complexe militaire dans un port, base nécessaire pour la production de sodium-24, source neutronique surpuissante (avec l’eau lourde) qui doit être produite près des bases. Requiert un RNR au sodium. Je le montre, via les flashs de lumière qui témoignent d’explosions nucléaires avec de toute façon une puissante bien trop énorme pour un dépôt chimique, des débris incandescents évidents, via des sources indiquant “500 rems lors de l’explosion”. Reuters fait un communiqué quasi transparent, “la Chine engage une révision de tous ses réacteurs nucléaires après l’accident de Tianjin”… Les requêtes Google permettent un suivi des conséquences épidémiologiques, qui sont énormes vu qu’elles ressortent à l’échelle du pays entier. Elles correspondent aux cancers les plus typiques des contaminations aux émetteurs alpha, avec un temps de latence typique, car les nanoparticules voyagent dans le corps un certain temps avant de se loger dans un recoin de l’organisme, généralement dans la partie inférieure. Mon article scientifique a montré ce phénomène de façon massive (notamment sur la base des bombardements à uranium appauvri américains). Les cancers typiques testés sur Google ne sont qu’une “balise” témoignant d’effets beaucoup plus larges – expliqués dans l’article scientifique. Les nanoparticules émettrices alpha peuvent endommager n’importe quelle fonction de l’organisme et causer n’importe quelle malformation ou maladie héréditaire chez la descendance.

A noter que sur le mot clef “Cancer” on peut mettre côte à côte les effets des deux accidents, avec une latence similaire. Les retombées de l’accident de 2018 ont été essentiellement poussées par le cyclone sur le Vietnam mais le réacteur a continué de brûler.

Les données Google Trends ci dessus peuvent être comparées avec le “nouveau Fukushima” américain de Brunswick.

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