Hydrovolcanic Explosions Or Hydrogen Explosions Suspected For Causing Recent Fukushima Earthquakes And Radiation Dose Spikes

See also:

Radiation Levels Spike In Tokyo After Magnitude 5.1 and 4.5 Earthquakes Hit Fukushima On Jan. 23, 2012 – Another Magnitude 4.5 Quake Hits Fukushima (Jan. 24, 2012)


Earthquake at Fukushima : could it be an hydrogen explosion ? (Fukushima Diary, Jan. 24, 2012):

There is a lot of suspicion that earthquakes at Fukushima could be hydrovolcanic explosions or hydrogen explosions.
This afternoon again, an earthquake has hit the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant. Its magnitude was 4.5

You can see the earthquake on this video (accelerated 4 times), at 1.55 minutes :


YouTube Added: 24.01.2012

Following the earthquake, some lights began to grow and to swing at the feet of a tower, indicating a possible fire. You can see those possible “flammes” on the rest of the video. For example :

At 3.48 and 5.30, you can also see flammes escaping by several places. A lot of sudden “flashs” also appeared on the video, with colors from white to purple. Some examples :

(To see the pics visit this link.)

But what is even more interesting, is that the lights “dancing” at the feet of the tower appeared first at 1.28 minutes. If you think that those lights are a fire, then the fire began before the earthquake. And so the earthquake could be actually a hydrogen explosion…


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