“They Know All”: Over 5,000,000 Bq/m² of Cesium-137 in Fukushima City (VIDEO)

Published: February 16th, 2013 at 10:25 am ET


Title: Over 5,000,000 Bq/㎡ of Cs137-Soil Contamination. Fukushima City
Source: guardianofmiyagi
Date Published on Feb 16, 2013

Video Description

Miyagi Radiation-Monitoring Committee (MIRMC), Organizer and two Japanese medical doctors: Don’t Forget 3.11. Don’t Forget Fukushima Daiichi Accident. NHK Never Rebroadcast. They Know All…

*Note the video shows 5,000 kBq/m² of Cesium-137, which is equal to 5,000,000 Bq/m²

Watch the video here

Published: February 16th, 2013 at 10:25 am ET


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39 comments to “They Know All”: Over 5,000,000 Bq/m² of Cesium-137 in Fukushima City (VIDEO)

  • weeman

    You must leave now, claim referee status your government is putting you and your family in peril and you can prove it, sorry but your homeland is toast and will not recover another piece of paradise lost another race of people disposed off, may the divine wind take you far from your homeland to greener pastures,

    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      Did you mean 'refugee' status, weeman? Just asking.

      Interesting theory. If citizens left Japan and came to the US seeking refugee status for 'nuclear safety' reasons, what would happen?

      If the State Dept. refused, they would be accused of genocide. If they accept their requests, they would be admitting the horrendous scope of this globe-wasting disaster.

      Let them come! By the millions, if that's what it takes.

      • weeman

        Yes I do apologize my spelling and grammar are something to be desired.
        There is one place the people of Japan can go that is sovereign land, they do control a piece of Antarctica.
        It may not sound the best option but I would rather be their than in Japan, a new beginning, a chance to start again and learn from past experiences.
        Think of the sushi available, always fresh all you have to do is learn to live with nature in equilibrium, ps bring your warm cloths. You don't even need a passport, no pets or livestock please, very fragile ecosystem.

        • CB CB

          If I'm not mistaken, each individual could be considered nuclear waste by now. No containment efforts have occurred yet, other than denying the human victims the freedom to evacuate from Fukushima. Food, water etc. Allowing these poor folks to leave would spread the contamination, yes?

  • dosdos dosdos

    Actually, if you combine the Cs 134 and Cs 137, it's 20 times over the Chernobyl limit. Every town on the chart is over the limit for cesium alone.

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Going outside for a breath of fresh air (is a thing of the past), thanks to nuclear.

    • We Not They Finally

      The air The ocean The earth all taking part in the last great disaster…..Lord what fools these mortals be.In five short years where will be?

  • Time Is Short Time Is Short

    'Over 5,000,000 Bq/m² of Cesium-137 in Fukushima City'

    "It could take "more than 20 years before residents could safely return to areas with current radiation readings of 200 millisieverts per year, and a decade for areas at 100 millisieverts per year""


    I think the Wiki article will need continuous updating. Jus' sayin'.

  • American Phoenix57

    Even when they confess. . . nothing happens

    “I feel that at least several hundred scientists trained in the biomedical aspect of atomic energy –myself included– are candidates for Nuremberg-type trials for crimes against humanity for our gross negligence and irresponsibility. Now that we know the hazard of low-dose radiation, the crime is not experimentation– it’s murder.” – Dr. John Gofman, former Manhattan Project scientist from Berkeley,CA. 1979

    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      Excellent quote, AP57. But I have to ask, is having lungs full of hundreds of particles of plutonium and uranium, not to mention more of whatever else is in the air, more than just low-dose radiation contamination?

      Isn't it time to say that we, in the Northern Hemisphere at least, are all victims of medium-dose radiation contamination?

      I would say we're all waay past low-dose.

  • pcjensen

    persistent, intermittent, but regular, dosing of any amount of radiation is dangerous. We know this to be true based on real life experiences of those downwind from the Nevada test sites, TMI, Chernobyl, Bikini Islands… this list is incomplete

    Why are we still arguing over the impact of Fukushima? We (the watchers) know, they know…

    Calling any amount of radiation exposure under a certain threshold "low does" is misleading and lethal because it causes people to think there is no danger in having days or even years of exposure to even the smallest amounts – all it takes is one small radioactive particle ingested to set off a chain reaction of negative changes in immune systems. Destruction of organs etc.

    IAEA, WHO, UN General, NRC, NRA, NISE, NEI, et al. ought all be shut down for allowing nuclear to continue all these years as it is the most dangerous form of energy production and it allows wars to be as equally devastating as radiation leaks from nuclear power plants which occur regularly around the world (small nuclear warhead detonation, uranium mining, etc). It's all bad.

    It boggles my mind that Fukushima has not caused more nations to take the path that Germany has. German activists got it right, right away, and regardless of Merkel's other politics, she did the right thing also.

    I advocate more audits of ll nuclear energy industry and agencies … follow the money, find and eradicate the corruption (RICO ACT) and ause them all to be down…

    • pcjensen

      ah, typos and word count constraints…

      follow the money, find and eradicate the corruption (RICO ACT) and cause them all to be Shut Down > Murder, Inc.


      trillions of dollars removed from the nuclear military industry complex and put towards sustainability.

      One of the reasons I think the UN ought be shut down also is because they are incredible hypocrites – on one hand they extol the virtues of migrating people away from coastal cities due to potential for gross sea level rise causing devastation to businesses and people, and, on the other hand they allow lethal nuclear energy (uranium mining also) and war to continue. What the F*?! It's more than ridiculous. The UN lies. They are complicit in allowing war to continue among nations. Shut them down.

  • nedlifromvermont

    Yo! Bingo to PCJensen!! You are on a roll … now see if you can get one person a week to pay a little more attention to their local nuclear shite reactor, or even take in the possibility of sudden death syndrome, or stranded nukes due to sea level rise … because we here all agree …

    We live in the hearts of others … and some of these hearts close to us when we try to open their eyes to truths they are emotionally unwilling or unable to handle …

    Hence those of us who are concerned to our core about the Nuclear Power Hoax and its aftermath … gravitate back to this site for emotional recharge, after we exhaust our energies on others around us who are unable or unwilling to face the truth …

    We are not all about to drop dead … but the increase in background radiation is unmistakable … and inexcusable … maybe the new Hanford leak will get some people to wake up …

    Radioactive salmon (lax) anyone?

    peace and persistence!

    • pcjensen

      I think I actually already "reach" more than one person a week via twitter; @nowanow2011. Bunch of media, authors, activists, and others tracking my tweets. Including ENENews & Enformable.

  • Sol Man

    Ot, but what becomes of the nine ships and support vessels from Operation Tomadachi. Had only heard that they couldn't scrub that Pu or radiation off, so do these ships get docked wherever to spread that stuff? Do the ports let these ship in anywhere?
    Who will man those ships?

  • timemachine2020 timemachine2020

    Sol Man, Last I heard the Aircraft Carrier Reagan was at dock since it got back with all the radiated sailors. Probably never sail again. What a major screw up by not taking our own readings and trusting tepco to tell the truth. All those ships must be hot. What about the sailors on the the other 8 ships?