Title: The Fact of shock!! Made in Fukushima that dangerous rice Source: 148production Date: Oct 10,2012
The Fact of shock!! Made in Fukushima that dangerous rice.
Motomiya City, Fukushima Prefecture [~58km from Fukushima Daiichi].
We are to announce that made a dangerous rice in Fukushima.
Made in this rice paddy rice will be . . . → Read More: Video: Radioactivity of 14,600 Bq/m2 in rice paddy soil far from Fukushima plant — Crop to be sold in Japan this year
UC Berkeley Nuclear Engineering Air Monitoring Station, July 13, 2012:
We measured a sample of sand from a yard in the Bay Area. As we have seen in the various soil measurements we have made in the Bay Area, very tiny amounts of Cs-134 and Cs-137 can be detected by our very sensitive germanium . . . → Read More: Cesium-134 and -137 detected in sand from San Francisco Bay Area yard
Follow-up to: Source: “Real” mystery black substance NOT yet measured — Possibly 20,000,000 Bq/kg of cesium — Many times more radioactive than local official’s sample — “It is too dangerous and must be analyzed by public institutions” (PHOTOS)
Minamisoma city councilor Koichi Oyama reports that 10,000,000 Bq/kg of cesium was detected in a soil sample form the area.
Screenshot of Google Translation
h/t Fukushima Diary
Title: Additional nuclide analysis results of ocean soil Source: Tepco Date: March 26, 2012
See location 20
Cs-134 @ 620 Bq/kg Cs-137 @ 840 Bq/kg
Survey Result Map on Nuclide Analysis of Ocean Soil within 20 km Radius Area from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station
Read the report . . . → Read More: New Tepco Survey: Most contaminated location is near Fukushima Daini, not Daiichi (MAP)
Title: Tokyo Soil Samples Would Be Considered Nuclear Waste In The US Source: Fairewinds Associates Date: March 25, 2012
Transcript Excerpts with Emphasis Added
Arnie Gundersen, Fairewinds Chief Nuclear Engineer: [...] Couple of weeks ago though, I was in Tokyo and when I was in Tokyo, I took some samples. Now, I did . . . → Read More: Gundersen’s Latest: Think about ramifications for Tokyo… How would you like kneeling in radioactive waste to pick flowers? Cobalt-60 in majority of samples, up to 1,481 Bq/kg (VIDEO & CHART)
*Google Translation* Title: Cesium 9,686 Bq / kg soil in Osaka Bay seabed emergency essentials – 1 / 14, strontium-90 detected! Source: http://dub314.blog.fc2.com Date: Jan 14, 2012
Cesium 9,686 Bq / kg soil in Osaka Bay seabed emergency essentials – 1 / 14, strontium-90 detected! – Kind of analysis [core] MAX 9,686Bq/kg
1 / . . . → Read More: 600 km from Fukushima: High levels of cesium detected in Osaka Bay soil -Report
Title: ☢ radiation SOIL (TEST high contermination) “Yokohama Tokyo Japan” Fukushima fallout Uploaded by: harisenbon7777777 Date: Dec 22, 2011 Description: I will provide several videos over the next weeks and months — radiation check food, drinks, soil (Tokyo/Yokohama/Chiba) please subscribe and rate thumbs up Thank you for your support!
Can anyone read the labels . . . → Read More: Yokohama radiation testing facility: Resident personally detects 1,850 disintegrations per second in a liter of soil — 250 km from Fukushima meltdowns (VIDEO
Title: Fukushima – Total Cost Uploaded by: wepollock Date: Dec 21, 2011 Description: Arnie Gundersen of Fairwinds Associates (a leading nuclear expert) and Warren Pollock ( http://www.wepollock.com ) redefine the Fukushima nuclear incidents (meltdowns and explosions) in terms of human and total cost. [...]
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After Japan, the next hottest . . . → Read More: Expert on US, Canada: We’ll see a statistically meaningful increase in cancer from Fukushima on west coast — After Japan, the most radioactive area is Cascade Mountains — Portland had cesium at 100 Bq/m² (VIDEO)
Oct. 31 — Monday morning in Washington D.C., Marco Kaltofen, PE, of the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, discussed current issues concerning radiation exposure in Japan.
Kaltofen is a Massachusetts Registered Professional Engineer engaged in the investigation of nuclear material release. He investigated the transport of radioactive . . . → Read More: University Researcher: Portland-area topsoil with up to 8,000 pCi/kg of cesium from Fukushima — Over 10,000% higher than highest levels found by UC Berkeley
SOURCE: Google Maps
SOURCE: Tokyo Metropolitan Government Measures Soil Contamination in Shinjuku, EX-SKF, October 7, 2011
[...] according to the just released Ministry of Education’s aerial survey [...] most of Tokyo has less than 10,000 becquerels/square meter of radioactive cesium, with the exception of the western-most Okutama and the eastern . . . → Read More: Tokyo gov’t finds at least 5 times higher cesium levels than Japan gov’t — Over 50,000 Bq/m² near city center (PHOTOS)
SOURCE: High dosage of cesium found in soil outside Fukushima no-go zone, Kyodo, October 5, 2011
High levels of radioactive cesium were found in an independent study in a Fukushima city district [...]
Up to 307,000 becquerels of cesium per kilogram of soil was detected in the Sept. 14 survey, triple . . . → Read More: Kyodo: High dosage of cesium similar to Chernobyl evacuation levels found in large city 60 km fom meltdowns — 307,000 Bq/kg in soil on Sept. 14
UPDATED ***DOCUMENT INACCURATE*** SEE BELOW
Via parasite2006, September 17, 2011 at 2:32 am:
I downloaded the original analysis report and you can see the core part of this analysis report here:
Please note that this original analysis report shows all figures except those for Cs-134 and Cs-137 with “<” to indicate . . . → Read More: UPDATED: ***DOCUMENT INACCURATE*** Americium-241 found in soil west of Tokyo at 74 becquerels/kg
Fukushima Fallout 255 CPM Radioactive Manure Purchased In Southern California August 2011, geigercounter2011, August 15, 2011:
Another recent report of radioactive manure in California:
UC Berkeley Food Chain Sampling – Dried manure sample, Collected at a farm in Sacramento, collection date 8/16:
Cs134 @ 5.18 Bq/kg (140.4 pCi/kg) Cs137 @ 7.93 . . . → Read More: Report: Manure with 255 CPM bought in Southern California (VIDEO)
UC Berkeley Food Chain Sampling Results Log, September 6, 2011:
We tested a topsoil sample [...] from the Sacramento area. [...] In addition, a soil sample from Sonoma county was tested. This sample had been collected in late April but we had not had the chance to test it until now.
One interesting feature . . . → Read More: Highest Yet: Cesium-137 levels in Northern California soil hits post-Fukushima peak — UC Berkeley blames nuclear weapons tests 50+ years ago
Dried manure sample, UC Berkeley Food Chain Sampling, September 6, 2011:
Collected at a farm in Sacramento, collection date 8/16:
Cs134 @ 5.18 Bq/kg (140.4 pCi/kg) Cs137 @ 7.93 Bq/kg (214.9 pCi/kg)
“Ecological Half Life” of Cesium-137 May Be 180 to 320 Years?, EX-SKF, August 22, 2011:
[...] From Wired Magazine (12/15/2009):
Reinhabiting the large exclusion zone around the [Chernobyl] accident site may have to wait longer than expected. Radioactive cesium isn’t disappearing from the environment as quickly as predicted, according to new research presented . . . → Read More: ‘Scientists don’t know why’: Cesium-137 in soil near Chernobyl has half-life of 180 to 320 years, not 30 years as is typical
TOKYO METROPOLITAN SOIL TESTING, Radiation Defense Project:
1,480,000 Bq/㎡～ （Zone１） Immediate Evacuation Level: forced and immediate evacuation 555,000 Bq/㎡～ （Zone２） Temporay Relocation Level: relocation is obligatory 185,000 Bq/㎡～ （Zone３） Preferred Relocation Level: citizens are given the right to relocate 37,000 Bq/㎡～ （Zone４） Radiation Protection Area: defined to prevent unnecessary contamination
See Tokyo test results here.
. . . → Read More: Tokyo: Radioactive cesium detected in 53 of 56 samples — Average of 30,032 Bq/m², near Chernobyl’s “Radiation Protection Area” levels
Tokyo Metropolitan Soil Testing Map, Radiation Defense Project:
Red dot: July 17, 2011, Plantation, Misato-shi, Waseda ND @ 919,100 Bq/sq. meter
h/t Anonymous tips, jec
1,500 tons of radioactive sludge cannot be buried, NHK, July 29, 2011:
Nearly 50,000 tons of sludge at water treatment facilities has been found to contain radioactive cesium [...]
A total of 1,557 tons in 5 prefectures, including Fukushima and Miyagi, was found to contain 8,000 or more becquerels per kilogram. This sludge is . . . → Read More: Gov’t says 1,500 tons of highly radioactive sludge may end up as “soil for gardening”
Radiation check in Japan, asuperdry, July 12, 2011:
I got the test results back from the 2 different labs that I sent soil samples to, and it was found to be much higher. 23,663 Bq/Kg of Cesium-134 and 28,884 Bq/Kg of Cesium-137
52,547 Bq/Kg Off Cesium Radiation Found In Soil Just Outside Tokyo, Alexander . . . → Read More: Report: 50,000+ Bq/kg of radioactive cesium found in soil near Tokyo — “Terrifying” that sample was from side of street where children walk everyday