Google Translation: Twitter / @ necoyo: Shinagawa numbers, not by the wind I go … microstrip Toka 19, Nov 15, 2011:
Shinagawa numbers, I’m doing 19 micro Toka by wind. Some even during the seven-time of 0.04 microseconds Rubble, Shinagawa Ota burn or not supposed to be? This capture time of 19 microseconds
Google Translation: 19 micro Sv / h «Merx in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Merx.me, Nov. 18, 2011:
The map to visualize the cloud measurements of radiation sources throughout Japan, on November 15, had been found that a high number of 19 micro Sv / h, Shinagawa. The site has posted more images that I take a screen shot necoyo.
Original Screenshot: http://ow.ly/i/lgYt
19.0 micro Sv/h in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Fukushima Diary, Nov. 19, 2011:
- This unusually high level of radiation is suspected to be related to incineration ash of radioactive debris, which started to coming from Iwate to Tokyo.
- The smoke and incineration ash are suspected to be highly radioactive to cause secondary exposure to all around in Japan.
- There is no proper filter in the facility of Tokyo Waterfront Recycle Power. They only have bug filter, which is useless to clean radioactive material.
- Because of the wind from North, and this smoke from Tokyo Waterfront Recycle Power will contaminate Tokyo again.
At ~7:30 in
- When the debris arrived at Tokyo, it people were banned to measure radiation around the container.
- Radioactive debris is supposed to be burnt at Tokyo Waterfront Recycle Power, which is a group company of Tepco. By accepting radioactive debris to Tokyo, Tepco makes money again.
- A journalist who asked about this “transaction” at Tepco’s press conference was banned to attend at the conference anymore by Mr.Terasawa, Tepco’s spokesman.
Published: November 23rd, 2011 at 5:22 pm ET
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