Ex-Tepco Worker: “Children in Fukushima are living in such dangerous conditions” — Clothes are contaminated… even more radioactive after 5 washes (VIDEO)

Published: February 3rd, 2013 at 1:16 am ET


Title: 470 Becquerels from Children’s Clothes, Ex-Nuclear Power Plant Worker Reveals
Source: WorldNetworkChildren
Date Published: Feb 2, 2013:

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Published: February 3rd, 2013 at 1:16 am ET


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12 comments to Ex-Tepco Worker: “Children in Fukushima are living in such dangerous conditions” — Clothes are contaminated… even more radioactive after 5 washes (VIDEO)

  • ForwardAssist ForwardAssist


    "In today’s NHK special about Fukushima, there was a scene like this.. an elementary school girl said, “From my research, the safety exposure limit is supposed to be 1mSv/y but if you live there, it reaches 60mSv/y. I didn’t think about it so much, but now that I know how to calculate the integral dose, I got to think it’s just over..” Her parent was just staying calm"

    Calm. /says it all about their future

  • weeman

    I hate to burst your bubble, but there is no immunity from radiation it is not like allergies.
    Even guezilla has left the island, my advise is to get as far away from Fukushima a humanly possible.

  • or-well

    "Rad-suits spacey,
    law suits paper,
    black stuff falling,
    meet your maker!"

    Children calling out in play –
    "Let us live another day!"

    Rhyme-adapting in their games,
    bearing the cost of nuclear shame.

    They're the Future, paying the price
    of the dealers in Death and Nuclear vice.

    • Jay

      Or-well , you are very good at poetry , keep write it and publish it , sell it to rappers and pop artists .

      Great job , I always read your poems , best wishes !

      As for the Japanese , considering their present attitude of proudly ignoring the radiation , it is clear that panic and evacuations will start when the millions of cancer cases will start appearing . Too late .

  • Mack Mack

    Because many videos are disappearing after awhile, here are notes from video:

    — T-shirt measured 130Bq/kg and after washing five times measured 150 Bq/kg
    — "These students live their daily lives with those clothes emitting 0.8 uSv/h"
    — Hair measured in Minamisoma had 130Bq/kg
    — Just from hair and clothes a student could be exposed to more than 500 Bq
    — Average radiation in Koriyama city shows 0.6 uSv/h but some places in the middle of the city emit more than 2 uSv/h
    — With all factors adding up would exceed 20 mSv year.
    — "schools in Fukushima forcefully advise studens to take off their masks"

    • gottagetoffthegrid

      As a reference , chernobyl evac zone was defined at 350 milliSv/lifetime. That translates to 0.5 uSv/hr assuming a 78 year lifetime.

      These stories about the kids really rip my heart out. The level of hate I feel towards the Japanese government… I just hate them.

  • patb2009

    I wonder why the clothes are increasing after washing? is it radiation in the soap? the water?
    Is it fallout when they are hung out to dry?

    • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

      @patb2009;I would guess "E"-all of the above!(?) I guess when there's nothing left that anyone can do to decrease the radiation their children are being subjected to-then there's NOTHING that anyone can do that has any meaningful effect on the future of any & all life forms that would include a future that resembles anything we'd even want to survive and be a part of! I worried about my kids while they were growing up even before 3/11 brought an abundance of concern that included radiation dangers! I'm cutting my rant short though since I feel like a "broken record" repeating myself over & over and I'm out of pain meds & have grown tired of being awoken by the alarm on my Geiger Counter as it reaches higher & higher past the ALERT level when I sleep through the conventional alarm clock thanks to high anxiety & sleepless nights….nothing I haven't mentioned already over the last 2 years in these threads and everywhere else I thought it might help to WAKE people up to what's being done to them & their loved ones that TPTB work so hard to keep them from finding out before they "fix" the economy and poverty issues as the death toll mounts!! 🙁 ~**

  • Urban27

    Look out – if the cloths are getting more radioactive after beeing washed – it could be the water is not clean.