Tuesday 26 June 2012


I especially recommend the video below from Australia's ABC.

Fukushima Reactor 4 is bulged worse than announced before

25 June, 2012

Following up this article..West side of the reactor4 building bulged
Government’s and Tepco’s traditional way of manipulation is like this,
1. Release data.
2. Secretly revise it to be worse.

Again, Tepco revised the data of the reactor4 building on 6/25/2012. They haven’t announced the next schedule of revision.
The South-West corner of reactor4 building turned out to be bulged/leaned to outward.
The third floor is 46mm outward compared to the first floor. On their last report, it was 33mm.

Reactor4 is bulged worse than announced before

It is the blue circled part. Last time, they reported the bulging range of the yellow spot was 33mm, which was supposed to be worst.

Reactor4 is bulged worse than announced before 2


A must-see video from Australia's ABC

Japanese Diplomat urges UN intervention on SFP4

Radioactive “Dirt” Hits  Tokyo!

25 June, 2012

Hi Mike, When in Tokyo don’t touch the black or blue dirt OK!

Sweet Jesus, Tokyo a city with 34 Million inhabitants is now being covered with radioactive dirt just as a friend goes over to visit his son. This brings it very close to home!

Fukushima has been decimated by radiation.

But Fukushima City has less than 300,000 residents.  And all of Fukushima prefecture has 2 million.  On the other hand, greater Tokyo – the world’s largest megacity – has 35 million inhabitants.

Tokyo soil has been blanketed by Fukushima radiation, even though the Japanese capital is 170 miles from the Fukushima nuclear complex. Indeed, officials just found “high levels” of radiation at 

Now, substances with even higher levels of radiation are showing up around Tokyo.

Minamisoma city council member Koichi Oyama writes:

People in Tokyo, the black substance is here!
Please, people who live around, look at that!
It’s on the roof, on the asphalt, on concrete… Everywhere on all surfaces.
Almost every part where is black”.
Those black substances have fallen away and because of the rain water it accumulates underfoot”.
I think 1 micro is almost 100000 becquerels, 1 second α,β,γ Ray 100 needles~”.
Never touch them with naked hands”.

What is he talking about?

City council member Koichi filmed black “dirt” on the ground in various areas of Tokyo, showing very high radiation levels.

For example, here’s Tokyo University last month:

Tokyo-based Writer: Over 1,000,000 Japanese still living in areas with high daily radiation exposure — Previous cesium limit in rice was just 0.1 Bq/kg; Now 1,000 times higher

Ene News,
25 June, 2012

Tokyo-based Taiwanese writer Liu Li-erh (劉黎兒) yesterday in Taipei shared her latest fact-finding from Japan
Having lived in Tokyo for 30 years and experienced the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan on March 11 last year and led to the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant, Liu said that more than 1 million Japanese continue to live in areas with high daily radiation exposure and the total cost of damage from the nuclear disaster is still too high to estimate.
Liu said that although her house is located about 80km away from the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant, the property has lost almost all of its value due to the high levels of radiation present since the disaster.
She said that the Japanese government had set provisional regulations for radiation-contaminated food at 500 Bq/kg for radioactive cesium levels immediately after the disaster, and reduced the limit to 100 Bq/kg in April. However, this is still 1,000 times the limit for rice (0.1 Bq/kg) in force prior to the disaster.
Many experts from Japan and other countries are now very concerned about the more than 1,500 fuel rods housed in the storage pool inside the damaged No. 4 reactor building at Fukushima Dai-ichi, warning that a disaster worse than the three reactor meltdowns could happen if the pool collapses, she added.
Japan’s Mainichi Shimbun on April 2 said that “if this were to happen, residents in the Tokyo metropolitan area would be forced to evacuate.”

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