Rare yellow precipitation occurred in India, district Hebri on Sunday, 27 March, reports mangalorean.com
Were deposited in an area of 5 square meters. kilometers. It is noted odor and pigment residue on cars and foliage as yellow spots. The phenomenon has caused apprehension among the locals, many are wondering if it was not acidic or radioactive rain, brought from Japan.
Some explained the phenomenon of pollution by nitrates from fertilized farmland. Other — waste air emissions of heavy industry. However, so far no definitive explanation for the laboratory analysis is not, experts say.
Less than a week ago, a similar phenomenon was observed in the Kanto region, Japan. The Japanese government announced that it was caused by the pollen content in the sediments.
People are still worried about the probability of fallout caused by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Memories of the Chernobyl disaster are still fresh in people's minds. At that time also held the yellow rain, which was explained by the content of pollen.
Some of the residents Hebri believe that the yellow rain, perhaps due to emissions of heavy industry in the region.
Source: FinalNews.ru, Daijiworld.com
Yellow rain in Japan, Tokyo
Yellow rain was seen in the Kanto region around Tokyo on Wednesday, sparking fears that the shade can be a sign that the radioactive material emitted from Fukushima, according to reports.
However, the Japanese Ministry of Environment Kyodo News reported on Thursday that the yellowish color, most likely associated with the pollen falling on the ground. The Wall Street Journal received a similar statement from the Japan Meteorological Agency (MAY).
"Pollen people see all the time, but ignore it, but now people are more vigilant because they are afraid of exposure," — told the magazine by a representative of the agency.
MAY said that they had received 280 requests for yellow, powdery substance, but still no confirmation that the pollen.
Translation: Alex Crete
Source: The Epoch Times
Yellow rain in Japan
Authorities assured worried citizens that yellow powder — is pollen, but victims of Chernobyl were saying the same thing.
Radioactive yellow rain in Tokyo and surrounding areas, caused panic among the Japanese people and the flow of phone calls to Japan Meteorological Agency. People are concerned that they are fed by the same tales as victims of Chernobyl, who were told that yellow rain in Russia and surrounding countries after the 1986 accident was just pollen — the same explanation now offer Japanese authorities.
"After two days of rain in Tokyo, I noticed a thick layer of yellow plaque on his car. What looks like a glare between the glass and the body of the car — in fact pollen. My first thought was the fallout from Fukushima, but no, "- said in a comment posted in connection with this on You Tube.
"Japan Meteorological Agency has received more than 200 inquiries Thursday morning, March 24 at the yellowish plaque left on the roof and other places after the rain. There were fears that the fallout due to an accident caused by the earthquake and tsunami on March 11 at a nuclear power plant, 220 km north-east of Tokyo, "- said Japan Today.
Later, officials speculated that the color change was due to deposition of pollen airborne with the rain.
"Japan Meteorological Agency said that the yellow spots are pollen, but they have yet to confirm it," — said the Wall Street Journal.
Representatives of the health of Tokyo, also said that there is a possibility that the rain contained radiation, but not at a level that may have adverse effects on human health, "- added to the article, Japan Today.
Given the fact that Japanese authorities have consistently provided false information on the status of Fukushima from start to finish, assurances that the yellow powder was merely pollen, at best, questionable. Tokyo residents have reported that tap water is unsafe to drink, and vegetables and milk from certain areas near Fukushima radioactive, so they panic because of yellow rain is not surprising.
University of California newspaper article entitled "Remembering Chernobyl" is a testimony of how children in Belarus happily splashing in puddles after the yellow rain, of which the authorities have stated that this is just pollen, though, in reality, it was a mixture of toxic radioactive substances.
Consequences of interaction with this "pollen" soon confirmed that the yellow puddles was something far more dangerous, namely, iodine-131, cesium-137, strontium-90 and plutonium-239.
Soon people began to lose their hair in independent newspapers carried pictures of deformed animals, and cases of breast cancer, according to a UN report, doubled in Belarus for the period between 1988 and 1999.
Release of radiation at Fukushima is coming to the consequences of Chernobyl, while official media pretend that the crisis is over. But the samples of sea water taken 330 meters south of the plant confirm that the level of radioactive iodine is the highest ever recorded.
The author, Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and correspondent for Prison Planet.com
Also reported yellow puddles after rain in Oregon, March 16.
March 22 in Phoenix, Arizona, which fell after rain were recorded yellow puddle.
Video by reports that after he noticed a yellow rain puddles, he took picture photography. As previously reported similar deposits in Japan and explained that this wine pollen he perceives with doubt and in order to inform the public about the event, he posted a video on YouTube.