“It was shocking”: .378 µSv/hr at train station in Greater Tokyo Area (VIDEO)

Published: September 11th, 2011 at 1:37 pm ET


Radiation check at Hachioji station-1, skashima, September 10, 2011:

SOURCE: Skashima

11, Sep, 2011. At JR Hachioji station stairway to north exit. Geiger counter detected 0.378uSv/h was peek. Geiger counter position was around 1m so not on ground. It was shocking.


h/t Australian Cannonball, xdrfox

Published: September 11th, 2011 at 1:37 pm ET


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100 comments to “It was shocking”: .378 µSv/hr at train station in Greater Tokyo Area (VIDEO)

  • Darth

    This is beginning to remind me of how the [b]Black Death[/b] was spread in Europe. All those “fuel” fleas being carried by the rats.

    We are witnessing an unfolding of an extinction of the Japanese species of homo sapiens.

    • Darth

      I see there is an organization in Australia called Exit Australia. Now they need one for the opposite reason that should be called Exit Japan or die.

    • BreadAndButter BreadAndButter

      Hi Darth, am I correct that this sums up to 3,3 mSv/yr ?
      0.378 x 24 hrs x 365 days = 3311,28 uSv = 3,3 mSv.


      • Darth

        Only if you are 3 feet above the ground. The little people get nuked about double that – say 6 mSv per year. But they are safe because the Japanese say 20 mSv healthy for everybody. Like this they commit genocide.

        • BreadAndButter BreadAndButter

          I’ll take that as “yes, calculation is correct”.
          I find it bizarre, as the reading is mostly taken in a passage, not in the open. There must be far worse areas around.

        • Darth

          More precisely –

          Like this they embark on a slow motion journey of genocide.

        • Au Au

          What would be a “safe” mSv/hr reading? in other words, what would be a reading that one does not freak out about besides 0.000?

          • Pallas89juno Pallas89juno

            Au: Well, this reading above = 3.2 SIEVERTS per year or about 13 x the annual dose limit for any U.S. nuke plant workers working in an EMERGENCY event. I believe the U.S. CIVILIAN limit per year is .001 Sieverts or about 1 millisievert per year. to give you a perspective. If my zero’s or whatever are off on that upper civilian limit, please roomies, correct it. I know that the U.S. upper radiation absorbed–mSv/yr. limit is 10x less than that of Europe’s level and that Canada’s is 100x more lax (big Uranium miner/exporter) than Europe’s level. Guaranteed that 3.2 SIEVERTS per year exposure is exceedingly dangerous. One has to take into account the internalized radioactive substances in such an environment, the radioactivity of tap water, of dust, etc. The overall absorbed dose hinted at by such a reading is going to be enormous. For babies you can times that exposure of 3.2 Sv/year to 320 SIEVERTS per year as radiation is 100x minimum more deadly for them…if that helps illustrate the danger.

          • Au Au

            Thank you Pallas for your response.

            I am trying to sort out what my readings mean. Right now, we are getting around
            mR/hr (millirem, right?) 0.010 inside the house with the GC inside of a plastic bag. That would total up to mR/hr 87.6 a year, right?

            Can someone show the math to get that to uSv/hr
            (micro sievert, right?? )

          • Au Au

            External Background Radiation 60 mrem/yr, US Average
            Natural K-40 & Other Radioactivity in Body 40 mrem/yr
            Air Travel Round Trip (NY-LA) 5 mrem
            Chest X-Ray Effective Dose 10 mrem per film
            Radon in the Home 200 mrem/yr (variable)
            Man-Made (medical x rays, etc.) 60 mrem/yr (average)


            So, if I did my math right our indoor mR is above the US average. It would be equal to background radiation plus eating some bananas ; ) and getting a couple of chest xrays.

          • ECRR 2010 states that 0.1 millisieverts per year is what can be used for Regulatory purposes. So shut down all nuclear now the world over. All the nuclear industry must now busy
            Itself with isolating the shut down reactors and other parts of the cycle like mining and milling tailings wastes and the spent fuel pools from the biosphere taking this level of exposure as mandatory. But we at the present state of civilization seem not to care and are doomed too be drawn into the blackhole along with the universe. 4.32 billion years later at the dawn of Brahma’s day life will come back.

      • Noah

        What levels made Bikini Atoll uninhabitable?

        “The dose received from background radiation on the island was found to be between 2.4 mSv/year and 4.5 mSv/year (the lower rate is the same as natural background radiation) assuming that a diet of imported foods was available.[18] But it was because of these food risks that the group eventually did not recommend fully resettling the island.” – Wikipedia

        The problem at Bikini Atoll was the radioactive particles that caused the high readings were in the food and water, it’s was then getting into the people internally and causing internal damage and devastating reproductive harm.

        Tokyo is obviously at the same level of contamination as Bikini Atoll.

        The difference was, Bikini Atoll was completely evacuated and to this day is deserted, except for idiot dive tour boats exploring the sunken radioactive ships in the lagoon.

      • Au Au

        So, if I duplicate your formula Butter Brotchen
        the mR/hr 87.3 in uSv/hr is .087 a year. Hmmm, that sound about right…I could be wrong. Hope not.

        This Inspector GC has on it’s face:

        mR/hour uSv/hr
        CPM CPS

        The only thing is that it won’t let me set it to uSv/hr. It only reads in CPM mR/hour…hence, the math computations. I am putting this out there because there are probably many people with Inspectors trying to sort out the same thing. Math wizards- feel free to correct my math. I ran it thorough http://www.radprocalculator.com/Conversion.aspx
        87.3 millirem to microsieverts and it came up to uSv 873 and I think we would be dead by now if that was the correct.

    • Darth,

      You nailed it!


      Great follow through!

  • DannieJ DannieJ

    Jesus fucking christ … and all the while I’m surrounded by advertisement for Japanese tourism … Unbelievable

  • StillJill StillJill

    Cash is King,…death to the king!

  • fuckyoushima


  • Daruma

    I’d like to share a document with anyone there. The whole thing is in japanese but understanding what is written is not the main focus. Please check the last pages of this document. These are maps of the contamination in japan (cesium only, for this page, sadly nothing for other radioactive particles) during the first days of the accident, which is speculated to be the worst radioactive emission period until now during this accident.. At least, i hope it can allow to give an idea of how the evacuation zone in japan should be (tokyo area including) http://nsed.jaea.go.jp/fukushima/data/20110906.pdf

  • It is curious how often you humans manage to obtain that which you do not want.

    • theypoisonus

      CIAspu “you humans” ?

      that has an odd ring to it. are we to ass u me that you are not of our race? 🙂

  • WindorSolarPlease

    Fukushima is not just radiating Tokyo, it’s radiating everyone.

    Fukushima Day 174- CEREA simulation map.

    Link from connectingdots1


    • lam335 lam335

      There sure is a lot of the lighter blue (heavier contamination) reaching the US–is there more of that heavier contamination reaching us in this forecast than in other recent maps?

      I really wish these forecasts would show the rest of the United States.

    • theypoisonus


      I note a number of things of extreme signifigance in the Alex Jones video and will point out the only most severe.

      The Italian govt. did not eat any indigenous food for 6 months AND they made it law that the children were not feed Italy food for that period

      That was decades ago.. the info is out there for them to know.. and they are feeding the children in Japan cesium tainted beef/food

      AND to top that off, they shame the ones that do not want to eat it or their mothers send their lunches to school with the lunches.

      Gawd that pi$$es me off !!!!!

  • StillJill StillJill

    And again I will say, That which we ‘repress’, we ‘manifest’. Magnetic physiology,… physics,…don’t know it’s name,…but it reasons out nicely, eh?

  • StillJill StillJill

    Holy Cow “WindorSolarPlease”!

    I sent that map onto my peeps, with the following, “If this doesn’t change your mind, I’ll stop writing.” Even the FEW that listened have soured. They say things like, “Oh, is that Fukushima thing acting up again?” Please God, can I slap them? Pretty please? 🙂

    • Until the universe plunges into the blackhole and remains still in the blackhole for 4.32 billion years when Brahma’s day dawns……

      • Be Still My Beating Heart

        Do I have to come back even then?
        Can’t I be somewhere else?
        Like for eternity, that is not here,
        I mean really,
        Not any man made design of Heaven or Hell, but really, 4.32 billion years.
        I’d like to move on by then…
        Don’t you think?

    • WindorSolarPlease

      Hi Still Jill,

      I “think” that map was first put out by EX-SKF, August 31, 2011 ??

      When I click “Show More” it says:

      French map of cesium-137 deposition from Fukushima shows the US more contaminated than Western Japan (MAP & VIDEO)
      September 1st, 2011 at 07:41 AM
      Map of Cesium-137 Deposition Across the Pacific by CEREA Shows the US More Contaminated Than Western Japan, EX-SKF, August 31, 2011:

      Just click “Show More” and it says more on this

      • WindorSolarPlease

        Correction, it says it’s the French map.
        Looks like connectingdots1 got it from EX-SKF

        All I know is..It doesn’t look good to me.

    • lam335 lam335

      re: “acting up again”

      We need to get people to recognize that Fukushima NEVER STOPPED “acting up.” It’s not a question of WHETHER it’s been spewing for the past six months, but HOW MUCH.

      I have added the following signature to my email settings, so that everyone who gets an email from me is reminded of this fact:

      Fukushima continues to spew significant amounts of radiation, and Japan is now incinerating contaminated waste, sending cesium back up into the air (and into the jet-stream). Stay informed:


    • theypoisonus

      I understand the frustration.I’ve done the email thing so many times.. fruitless. I even try to tell people at the grocery, etc.. they look at me blank eyed or shake their head, of a few have said and I quote:

      God will take care of it

      I am not slandering religious people, but come on… belief is going to override common sense and the need to ‘take care of yourself’?

      I just can’t wrap my brain around that ! 🙁

      • lam335 lam335

        From a Judeo-Christian perspective, God charged human beings with the task of being stewards of His creation. Since He gave human beings free will, however, they are perfectly capable of shirking that responsibility and even of destroying the very world that was supposed to support their existence (and the existence of countless other creatures as well). Perhaps God will “take care of it” by letting some other life forms emerge and thrive after we have destroyed ourselves and rendered our own habitat unlivable, but He is not under any obligation to save the human race from its own folly (again) in this world.

        • lam335 lam335

          Faith should motivate religious people to action consistent with God’s will; it shouldn’t serve as a justification for passively standing by and doing nothing as the world created by a loving God is rendered uninhabitable for many of the creatures that He so lovingly created. The story of Noah’s ark shows a concern that every type of animal be preserved–but this preservation was accomplished through the agency of man, the steward of His creation on earth. Unfortunately, we can’t make an ark and fill it with every type of sea-life that lives in the Pacific Ocean. Irreparable damage has already been done to many of those species and also to the ecosystem that supports their life. I don’t suppose God is particularly happy with the job we are doing taking care of His Creation at this moment.

          This is what the people who use religion to justify their indifference toward Fukushima’s assault on Creation need to be told.

          Love in Christianity is an action, not merely an emotion.

        • lam335 lam335

          Also, in Christianity Jesus expresses particular affection for children, and he says that whenever someone shows charity (love) to even the least of one’s brothers and sisters, they show it to him:

          “Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.”

          Tell these religious people about what is happening to the children of Fukushima, and then remind them of this line. If they still shrug their shoulders and say they don’t care to get involved, they are acting more like Pontius Pilate than Jesus Christ.

          • Steven Steven

            Good points lam335 and well expressed. Possibly most people think this is just way beyond any influence they might bring to bear, much like some natural catastrophe in fact, and ‘best not to dwell on it’.

            We should probably allow that modern society is very much structured to foster feelings of political impotency among it’s inhabitants, and not be too hard on them.

          • lam335 lam335

            True, but simply paying attention to what is happening in Fukushima and informing others about it can at least be some contribution toward trying to achieve a world in which it won’t happen again if it persuades people to actively reject nuclear power and work in their states/local communities to oppose re-licensing old plants, oppose building new ones, and demand more secure storage of spent fuel. It may not help the people of Japan, but it might prevent there being similar victims in the future. To just ignore it is to consent to the fact that it will happen again.

  • midwestern midwestern

    “Nuclear Experts Discuss Radiation in Fukushima”:http://www3.nhk.or.jp/daily/english/11_18.html
    Huh? More repression of the most irresponsible kind.

    • WindorSolarPlease

      I agree with you midwestern.(More repression of the most irresponsible kind.)

      Maybe if we all stay happy and forget about it, the radiation will be good for us (sarc).

      • theypoisonus

        Note: this is a US person

        “An US epidemiologist, John Boice, said he does not think people’s health will be affected by the Fukushima accident. He said Japan prevented contaminated food from being distributed, unlike what happened after the Chernobyl accident.

        Boice said counseling and timely information are essential for those worried about radiation in food.

        The participants discussed ways to provide information on radiation exposure. Some said the radiation levels following the Fukushima accident should have been made public as they were much lower than the levels deemed safe by scientists.

        There was also a suggestion that comparative data with other risks such as traffic accidents should have been made available.”

        Maybe I am being ‘over emotional’ on this but that is beyond repression, that is flat out lying through their teeth and utter bullshit !

        • midwestern midwestern

          Agreed–totally unscrupulous. I thought I was hallucinating when I read it. Please, can all of these people be responsible for their professed viewpoints by going to the nuclear disaster sites and cleaning up the messes created by the energy systems they continue to doggedly support…

        • Steven Steven

          Choked and spat my coffee over the monitor on reading this one.

  • Pallas89juno Pallas89juno

    How many times 3.2 SIEVERTS per year is the highest U.S. emergency event U.S. nuke plant worker upper limit of 50-250 mSv/year???

    Shouldn’t Tokyo be evacuated completely? I would put at least a couple people up in my small 1-bedroom apartment here in Oakland, CA. I believe the citizens of the U.S. France and U.K. are the most culpable for allowing commercial nuclear power to have proliferated and failed. Therefore, these citizens are most responsible for putting up the tens of millions of victims of 311 FukuDai (at least)nuclear cataclysm(s). Of course, all of Kanto, Tohoku and N-NW portions of Chubu on Honshu should be evacuated. The only people that should remain are several properly safety outfitted trained abatement specialists guaranteed lifetime living wage retirement, even if they work only an hour or so, including benefits packages transparently and factually guaranteed by TEPCO, the Japanese and the U.S.

    Let be my pledge to put up one or two Japanese citizens for at least six months. Let this be an invitation for others around the world to do the same for the remaining Japanese that require housing. We cannot allow our brothers and sisters to be irradiated. It’s bad enough we let so many other humans suffer when we’re all of equal value. We let others be without access to clean water, live without housing and in abject poverty in their billions in other locations. Let’s show that we can do something about this mess, even if it just be in-kind help.

    • Pallas89juno Pallas89juno

      “The only people that should remain in Kanto, Chubu and Tohoku are several MILLION properly trained, fully and fairly compensated (for life including lifetime free, cradle-to-grave education, healthcare of the highest quality, including dental and vision) and properly outfitted with the best radiation safety equipment. All nuclear family members of all abatement personnel working at any nuclear accident site should also be fully covered with free healthcare and education cradle to grave.

    • Al-Chemisto

      Yeah I hear that! I was going to try something on my own, but I have a small Produce Club here in the Philly, PA area and I will ask around to see if we can support a more cohesive effort. We have waited on “Gov” to help out and waiting on Godot is Over.

      • theypoisonus

        YOu are in Philly?

        A week or so ago, I was reading stuff all over the net and I found a local news cast for Philly and they were talking to a Dr. who had ‘connected the dots’ and found that in the period after the first large admission of crapola over the US, the rate of stillborn and miscarriages went up for about 2% to around 7.5%.

        Did you happen to see that news cast?

        • lam335 lam335

          I think you are talking about Joseph Mangano?

          I believe he is associated with this organization:

          Radiation and Public Health Project

          the page includes links to news coverage under the heading “RPHP Finds Early Evidence of Link Between Japan Fallout and U.S. Infant Death Risk”

    • Maybe we could start a international marriage website? (jokes aside)…

      Its come to my attention that the Japanese need travel visa’s.

      Until the facts are on the table many of them that have the means (financially) to leave, or even just ‘praying’ to send their children away, are only able to if they are permitted an international visa.

      I advise all enenews users to help the Japanese!!! you can do this by looking into exchange student’s, offering your homes as temporary housing placement for traveling students.

      The little things count. Ive had three exchange students from Japan in my home. Makiko, Mai, and Rie’a.

      They were excellent guests, makiko and I were great friends for years (she is my family)… Although I have lost contact with her since the march 11th tsunami.

      This may be just a small effort on our part, however, if each of us took in one, or two students… while promoting the idea to our friends and families, It could eventually make a huge impact on the lives of innocent children.

      I will be looking into hosting another exchange student today. If you have any questions, and are interested; feel free to post below with questions on how you can help.

    • BreadAndButter BreadAndButter

      Hi Pallas, that level in Tokyo accumulates to 3,3 MILLISievert per year, not Sievert.

      • Pallas89juno Pallas89juno

        Dear Bread: I did misread and then miscalculate by a number of zeros. I thought it was 3.278 mSv/hr. It’s really .3278 microsieverts/hr., which would only be 2.8 Sieverts a year, which is about 2.8 times the U.S. annual civilian dose limit, I think. a BIG apology to the room. I’ve been out working in the garden and apparently my brain is not very awake this foggy morning. Please forgive me.

        • BreadAndButter BreadAndButter

          Dear Pallas, no need for excuses!! On top of the page (2nd or 3rd post or so) I did the calculation, which seems correct.

          This reading from Tokyo is 0.378 MICROsievert/h, which gives you 3,3 MILLIsievert over a full year spent outside.

          Which is by no means great, but I don’t think it’s an evacuation level.

    • Be Still My Beating Heart

      I suspect that there are many who know more than us, and that Japan will soon be watched very closely, to NOT allow citizens to ‘escape’. They are already TOO contaminated to live among us. Sad, Sick, But True!
      I remember reading a passage that ‘grandpa’ was so contaminated after working in the Nuclear Facility, that his children and grandchildren and great grandchildren, could visit his grave and get high Geiger counter readings, (back in the day when they buried the radioactive dead without lead coffins.)
      Have you investigated where the nuclear subs of this (Bah) great country of USA are headed?
      Just sayin…

  • Bob Hardin Bob Hardin

    New Jersey regularly gets more radiation than shows in the video. I do not work for the nuke business, and I think Fukushima is probably an ELE, but these readings are not very high.

  • POLL:

    Would you join a contract marriage, To save a human life?

    Would you except an exchange student from Japan?

    Would you protest at your local court house; For adequate radiation monitoring in your local vicinity: Including but not limited to commercial produce, livestock, public and recreational facilities?

    • Pallas89juno Pallas89juno

      Dear Tacoma: I’d support others killing billionaires to FORCE more transparency. I don’t believe in doing anything but going to the heads of the beasts causing the problems. These heads of the beasts hope that we’ll protest at the institutions that they set up as distractions to their string pulling and power. We need to be dragging these dirty murderers out of their homes, cars, events, business locations. Find them where they do not have security and make them do it OUR way.

    • socal stukncali

      Hey I have no problem marrying a Japanese woman but right now I’m broke so unless she can support us, no can do

  • WindorSolarPlease

    Hi Bob Hardin

    Quote: Fukushima is probably an ELE

    That is if something else doesn’t come along, that’s worse.

    This could very well be ELE, since they can’t seem to stop this.

    Oh, but Nuclear Power is safe and clean.

    Not when something happens, it becomes a devastating mess.

    Not when there is dangerous waste to get rid of.

    Not when it has to be vented.

    Not when the building is old and people are paid to look the other way.

    Nuclear Power ~ To Great Of A Risk

  • StillJill StillJill

    Taco–StillJill’s always looking for a few good men! (Teasing, teasing,…a little Rodney Dangerfield type humor there!). But, sure, I’d marry a Japanese in order for them to escape,…you bet’cha!

  • Pallas89juno Pallas89juno

    Dear Larry and other jokers, which I do appreciate: I MEANT to take people on travel visas if they otherwise are unable to enter the U.S. I’m gay and have no interest in marriages of convenience for any reason at all but actually helping in kind. lol omg

  • StillJill StillJill

    Not me,…the lower the IQ,…the more likely they are to put up with me! 🙂

    • theypoisonus

      LOL I hear ya. I can be hell on wheels at times.

      The ‘change’ came at a very early age due to cysts, and I have been a ‘menapausal bi^#% every since. From 1973 to date. 🙂

      The hot flashes never left either. 🙁

  • I am amazed by these results so far.

    It is an honor knowing that others would sacrifice their ability to join in matrimony. To protect the integrity of their fellow pupil.

    If only tepco could take the lead; Learning from our perspective.

    • theypoisonus


      I have been meaning to talk to the DH about hosting a family. He isn’t as open minded as I am and also not very aware , even tho I tell him about it, just how bad this crisis is, especially for the Japanese.

      I too had a guest stay at my house, back in 1980 for about 2 months. She was Japanese, and we became very close and corresponed for some time. Last I heard she was in NYC.

      After my husband’s death, I sorta went ‘goofy’ and went underground so to speak and we lost contact. I have googled my butt off trying to find her. Her name is Minako Kurihara, and there is one in Japan, but she is about 30 years too young !!

      have something else to add, but afraid I’m out of ‘characters’ soon on this post.

      • theypoisonus

        Part 2

        There is a small Japanese restaurant here in town.. very broken english.. nice, but the food isn’t the best Japanese I have eaten and my cucumber rolls are better than theirs.

        I have thought of going and trying to speak with them about this, but fear I will intimidate them or worse. I have no wish to do so, but am concerned for their extended families.
        I don’t know how to handle doing that as of yet.

        • Pallas89juno Pallas89juno

          I’m going to be transcribing some Japanese Nissei U.S. immigration and WWII internment histories and hope to slowly interject the topic with administrative contacts that I will have at the historical preservation institution for the Japanese that I’m going to be interacting with academically. I’ll let you “theypois” and anyone else, and the blog in general, of course, know if I find out anything about how to broach the topic and facilitate helping people in Japan get out of the effected regions. I’m glad to see there’s enthusiasm for this idea.

  • Children’s Heart Attacks in Fukushima 6 month anniversary

    Cancer won’t kill people if heart attacks kill them first.

    Uploaded by radioactivebsr on Sep 11, 2011

    6 month black aniversary of Fuku. 10 year black aniversary of 9/11

    ECRR, http://www.euradcom.org

    BSRRW.org Ditta Rietuma behind camera

    Here’s the link from Enenews so you can read about those headlines. Complete Disaster is an UNDERESTIMATE of unimaginable magnitude. And it keeps getting worse.

    The nuclear updates out of Japan have slowed to nearly Zero. BEWARE! Read between the lines. (I’m guessing things are Totally out of Control)… but that’s just an estimate, after watching this “performance” on a daily basis. On the other hand, they could well have things totally fixed. Who am I to say?

    100x Background Radiation in Fukushima City
    I went to Fukushima City on July 25, 2011 to compare Medcom Geiger Counters and found readings over 10.0 micro sieverts (uSV) common. This is 100 times Osaka background levels (0.1uSV). The Fukushima health authority, Dr. Shunichi Yamashita, says this is safe. Parents in Fukushima with the Fukushima Network disagree and need our support. They are working to get children out. Would you want your child playing in the grass in this city?

    Agenda 21 For…

  • fuckyoushima

    i lied.

    there is actually 13x the uranium in sweat compared with urine.

  • StillJill StillJill

    fuckyoushima-I love writing your name,…and, what about the infrared saunas? This heat idea is a GREAT one!
    Took 2 HOT epson salt and Baking soda L O N G hot soaks this week,…and it unplugged my congested liver! I’m told infrared sauna will get more toxins out than anything! This is good info! Thanks! 🙂

  • StillJill StillJill

    Darth brings up a good point,…in the first post up top on this thread. One step further–SOON, TPTB will not allow ANYONE to leave Japan because of cross contamination,..PERIOD. Soon, Japan will be like a leper colony. The noose is closing, the door of escape is CLOSING.

    I don’t have money either,…but there’s room in my bunker for one Japanese man who wishes to escape. You’re welcome around my campfire anytime–and I share my blanket–that’s all I have to offer.

  • OP: (Admin).

    Children’s Heart Attacks in Fukushima 6 month anniversary

    New from Busby,

  • StillJill StillJill

    Yeah baby,…Hot, slicing disco balls,…and cesium being the muscle attacker, strontium bones, and the 131 stuff,…our thyroids!
    Heart attacks,…makes perfect sense!
    Thanks be to Dr. Busby!!!!

    Children especially NEED to be evacuated from Japan,…their genetic make-up is being destroyed–even if TEPCO did figure a way out of this. Please–How about this,…each person is Japan be given a free plane flight out of the country to the destination of their choice??? Perhaps make them sign a disclaimer that they won’t sue TEPCO, or Japan. Surely, even TEPCO could see the financial and moral sense in this???? And hey,…I’m not saying that they shouldn’t be sued–they should. But, you’ll be dead before you can collect, or ‘they pay’, right? So–my idea isn’t all that bad!

  • theypoisonus


    You idea is very plausable.

    I seriously doubt the govt. would go for it.. loss of income from citizenry. Sad to say, but no doubt true. 🙁

    AND they would be admitting what they have done.( in tehir eyes)

    Those 3 vids over at Fuku diary really are shocking. The Japanese are not violent people and these people were protesting peacefully.
    Not Right !! Not Right at all.

  • CB CB

    This is old news, new for some I guess. I cannot find any public information when I search for “infant mortality” any more. http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2011/06/10/physician-epidemiologist-35-spike-infant-mortality-northwest-citie-meltdown-result-fallout-fukushima-25311/
    I’m still looking for numbers of deaths in states by month to month, and compare that to deaths as a result of Fukushima.

  • StillJill StillJill

    CB–I’ve been watching the mortality rates also. Seems that the ‘norm’ was about 26,000-28,000 a week NATIONWIDE. It jumped to over 30,000 in June, then 32,341 or so for July/August? It is quite significant!

  • theypoisonus


    Melt Through Simulation Created by Japan’s METI Well Before Fukushima

    that is japanbrowntabby’s you tube channel.

    he is the one that does the translations for videos at EX-SKF that are sent to them.
    EX-SKF is busy with work and blog.

  • BreadAndButter BreadAndButter

    Hi all, I just learned from Tacoma’s post that background radiation in Osaka is 0.1 uSv/h. So in that “dramatic” spot in Tokyo they have 3,7 times Osaka’s background radiation, right?
    I thought some of you in the US had more than that, or not?

    • Sir keekotin

      Exactly. I’ve been laughing while reading this thread, “dangerous radiation!! zomg ponies!!1 the planet dies!!1” etc..

      Including the fact that normal background radiation varies between 0.09 – 0.4 uSv/h, depending the area and the industry around it, that is quite low reading.

      So yeah, very “shocking” indeed.

  • StillJill StillJill

    Was the radiation that the children in Japan, whose hair is falling out in CLUMPS, with stringy, fibrous nose bleeds,….low levels too?

    I’m so comforted now,…hearing YOU say, “They are just low levels”. Pheeew,…for a moment there I thought my hairloss, energy zapped, GI ragging SELFY might be in some trouble. Glad ‘we’ got that all cleared up!

    • Sir keekotin

      But this article wasn’t about those kids or nosebleeds. It was titled as “shocking”, but the readings themselves indicated in the aren’t that shocking. Get a grip?.. But noooo, fearmongering is so much more fun, you get your daily dose of the adrealine rush aswell.