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SHOCKING: Deadly Fukushima soil to be used in Japan’s public parks

Posted in 2017 with tags , , , , , on April 12, 2017 by theboldcorsicanflame

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In an attempt to bury the reality of radioactive fallout and pretend that everything is okay, the Japanese government is now planning to redistribute hundreds of millions of cubic meters of radioactive soil from theFukushima nuclear disaster site to public parks throughout the country. Soil contaminated with radioactive cesium is currently being shipped throughout Japan and used to prop up roads and tidal banks, and it’s about to get even worse.

The Ministry of the Environment and its advisory council are planning to buy the contaminated soil directly from the Fukushima nuclear disaster site so they can hide it in future public landfill projects. This is how the Japanese government plans to clean up the radiation – dilute it underfoot and disperse it in the many communities throughout the country. Radioactive waste is about to become a permanent pollutant, slowly infecting the Japanese way of life. A University of Tokyo environmental engineering professor, Yuichi Moriguchi, estimates that there are roughly 100 million cubic meters of contaminated soil, which is enough soil to fill 80 large stadiums.

In the summer of 2016, the Japanese government began recycling contaminated soil with radioactive cesium measurements reaching 8,000 becquerels per kilograms. Tons of contaminated soil has already been mobilized to build tidal banks and national roadways. The newest rule allows this toxic soil to be used in public parks as long as it is covered by a layer of topsoil, vegetation, or concrete. Notably, Cesium-137 has a 30-year half-life and persists in soils for 200 – 300 years.

It’s hard to tell where all this radiation will end up over time. Once it’s dispersed throughout the country, it could ultimately end up in water and food sources for decades to come. After the contaminated soil is dispersed in a public works project, the Japanese government says that area residents are expected endure less than .01 mSv of radiation a year. Apparently, exposure to radiation is the new normal in Japan, and the government suddenly “knows” how much is safe on a yearly basis.

TO BE CONTINUED ON

Source: SHOCKING: Deadly Fukushima soil to be used in Japan’s public parks

Tokyo Contaminated & Not Fit for Habitation, Doctor Says

Posted in 2014 with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 12, 2014 by theboldcorsicanflame

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All 23 districts of Tokyo contaminated with radiation, worse than at Chernobyl after the accident, and blood cells of children under ten are showing worrying changes; the WHO, the IAEA & the Japanese government cannot be trusted.

by Susie Greaves

In July 2014 Dr Shigeru Mita wrote a letter to his fellow doctors to explain his decision to move his practice from Tokyo to Okayama city in the West of Japan [1]. In it, he appeals to their sense of duty to answer the anxieties of parents in Japan who do not believe the information coming from the authorities. He says “I must state that the policies of the WHO, the IAEA or the Japanese government cannot be trusted.” and “if the power to save our citizens and future generations exists somewhere, it does not lie within the government or any academic association, but in the hands of individual clinical doctors ourselves.”

Mita claims that all 23 districts of Tokyo are contaminated, with the eastern area worst affected — up to 4 000 Bq/kg. (The becquerel is a unit of radioactivity. One Bq is the activity of a quantity of radioactive material in which one nucleus decays per second.) These findings confirm what the nuclear physicist Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds Nuclear Education found in 2012, when he picked up five random soil samples in Tokyo from between paving stones, in parks and playgrounds. The levels of contamination were up to 7 000 Bq/kg; in the US, anything registering these levels would be considered nuclear waste [2].

While practising in Tokyo, Mita also discovered changes in the white blood cells of children under 10.

Independent science & independent reporting in Japan outlawed

In December 2013, the Japanese parliament passed a bill whereby public officials and private citizens could face ten years in prison for divulging “special state secrets”, and journalists, five years, for seeking to obtain classified information. The bill is widely interpreted as a way of preventing sensitive information about Fukushima (among other topics) reaching the Japanese public and by extension the rest of the world [3].

The independent organisation Reporters without Borders has downgraded Japan in its world press freedom index from 22nd place in 2012, to 53rd in 2013 and to 59th in 2014, following the passing of the state secrets bill. Reporters without Borders say that Japan“has been affected by a lack of transparency and almost zero respect for access to information on subjects directly or indirectly related to Fukushima”

Nuclear lobby put in charge……..TO BE CONTINUED ON

http://permaculturenews.org/2014/09/25/tokyo-contaminated-fit-habitation-doctor-says/

Residents in the Japanese province of Fukushima have decided to tell the world that they are alive

Posted in 2014 with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 8, 2014 by theboldcorsicanflame
Danger: More than three years after the March 2011 meltdowns, the Fukushima plant is still plagued by a massive amount of contaminated water

Danger: More than three years after the March 2011 meltdowns, the Fukushima plant is still plagued by a massive amount of contaminated water

 

Fukushima Coverup by RadCast & Kelp Watch Explained

Posted in 2014 with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 1, 2014 by theboldcorsicanflame

 Abby Martin speaks to Mimi German of Radcast.org about the potential scope of Fukushima’s nuclear effect on the US Pacific coast and the disinformation campa.

Published on 10 May 2014 Here is your chance to hold them accountable all you have to do is share . This video debunks Kelp-Watch 2014 & radcast dot Org who .

Mimi German from RadCast.org talks to Vibin’ Higher about radiation, Fukushima, and steps that you and your family can take to prevent being exposed to radia.

Mimi German of RadCast.org once again joins the Vibin’ Higher Podcast to talk about a recent wave of disinformation and misinformation surrounding the nuclea.

We Must Take Matters into Our Own Hands
as Authorities Are NOT on the Side of the
People Who Are at Risk and
Currently Suffering From the Hideous Effects
of Radiation Poisoning

Japan: Operator of tsunami stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex said on Thursday, February 20, that roughly 100 tons of highly radioactive water leaked from one of the tanks again.

Posted in 2014 with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on February 20, 2014 by theboldcorsicanflame

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Operator of tsunami stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex said on Thursday, February 20, that roughly 100 tons of highly radioactive water leaked from one of the tanks again. According to the operator, a worker on patrol noticed water spilling from the tank’s lid at 23:25 local time on Wednesday. The water, by passing through a rainwater pipe, escaped outside a barrier intended to block water from spreading outside when tanks leak. Beta radiation readings of 230 million becquerels per liter were taken in a sample collected from a gutter on top of the leaked tank. Japan’s safety limit for radioactive materials in drinking water is 10 becquerels per liter. “Radioactive water overflowed from the 10-meter long tank after two valves — which were supposed to be closed — had been opened, Masayuki Ono, an official at the utility’s nuclear power and plant division, said today.” (Bloomberg) The leak was found 700 meters (0.4 miles) from the ocean. Read more:

http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/2014/02/20/100-tons-of-highly-radioactive-water-leaked-from-fukushima-nuclear-complex-february-2014/

January 2014: Radioactive fish continue to be caught near Fukushima

Posted in 2014 with tags , , , , , , on January 17, 2014 by theboldcorsicanflame

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(NaturalNews) Japan used to account for 15 percent of global fish catches, but now, nearly three years after the earthquake and subsequent tsunami which struck Fukushima’s Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in March 2011, sales are plummeting in Fukushima and the surrounding prefectures, as the world focuses intently on radiation levels mounting in the Pacific Ocean’s sea life.

The Japanese government-affiliated Fisheries Research Agency just announced on January 10th that it had caught a black seabream fish contaminated with 12,400 becquerels per kilogram of radioactive cesium – an amount 124 times higher than the safety standard. Two other black seabreams were found to breach the 100 Bq/kg limit at 426 Bq/kg and 197 Bq/kg.

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/043531_radioactive_fish_Fukushima_radiation_contamination.html##ixzz2qh1PUdBK

Japan’s nuclear plant crisis deepens, China expresses ‘shock’

Posted in 2013 with tags , , on August 21, 2013 by theboldcorsicanflame

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August 21, 2013JAPANJapan’s nuclear crisis escalated to its worst level since a massive earthquake and tsunami crippled the Fukushima plant more than two years ago, with the country’s nuclear watchdog saying it feared more storage tanks were leaking contaminated water. The U.N.’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said on Wednesday it viewed the situation at Fukushima “seriously” and was ready to help if called upon, while nearby China said it was “shocked” to hear contaminated water was still leaking from the plant, and urged Japan to provide information “in a timely, thorough and accurate way. We hope the Japanese side can earnestly take effective steps to put an end to the negative impact of the after-effects of the Fukushima nuclear accident,” China’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement faxed to Reuters in Beijing. Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga called the situation “deplorable,” and the Nuclear…

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