HONOLULU, Oct. 18 — KITV Honolulu is reporting on the first official discovery of tsunami debris from Japan nearing Hawaii.
And the debris, possibly contaminated with radiation from the Fukushima meltdowns, is coming to Hawaii “much earlier” than the two years researchers expected it would, according to KITV.
“We have a rough estimate of . . . → Read More: TV: “We don’t want to create a panic, but it’s good to know” — Radioactive tsunami debris coming to Hawaii “much earlier” than predicted (VIDEO)
TOKYO, Oct. 19 — A Neutron ray was measured in Toranomon, Tokyo on October 18, reports Mochizuki of Fukushima Diary.
Neutron rays are emitted by uranium-235.
Also, in Kashiwa, Chiba citizens detected uranium-235 beside a bench at Matsuba Daiichi Park on October 11.
The Uranium-235 measurement at 1.2 meters increased in comparison to the . . . → Read More: Neutron ray measured in Tokyo — Uranium-235 found in Chiba — Can’t be detected by most geiger counters (PHOTO & VIDEO)
ABC AUSTRALIA, Oct. 19 — The Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Mark Willacy has published another report from Fukushima.
KENICHI HASEGAWA, FUKUSHIMA FARMER (voiceover translation): I have absolutely no trust in the Government. I thought they could deal with a nuclear accident, but it is a joke. So now all they do is cover . . . → Read More: ABC Australia: Japan communities record Chernobyl-level radiation — “I have absolutely no trust in the Government” … “All they do is cover up and hide data” (VIDEO)
MINAMISOMA, Oct. 18 — Mochizuki at Fukushima Diary has summarized a posting by Oyama Koichi, a Minamisoma city councilor.
Radiation levels there remain around 3 uSv/hr.
Koichi says he is having his “last fight” and knows he may die of exposure.
He is trying to save people for his life and spends . . . → Read More: Local Official: “We are not human guinea pig” — Tells young people to leave Japan
Tokyo, Oct. 18 — “In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Masaharu Nakagawa, Japan’s minister of education and science, addresses the alarming issue of recently discovered radioactive ‘hot spots’ in Tokyo and other areas far from the Fukushima nuclear plant,” reports Marketwatch, a part of the Wall Street Journal digital network.
. . . → Read More: WSJ: Top Japan official on “alarming issue of recently discovered radioactive ‘hot spots’ in Tokyo and other areas far from Fukushima” (VIDEO)