Record-setting Japanese mountain climber has thyroid tested after endless fatigue, choking — Entered Fukushima evacuation zone to photograph abandoned cows — “What happened to my body?”

Published: December 20th, 2011 at 6:29 am ET


Google Translate: Twitter / @ kennoguchi0821: bodies became what I do. The chronic negligence, choking …

I had my body’s going on? The chronic negligence, choking, dizziness and shortness of breath. Examined so far not known but it is feared that the poor of the thyroid gland from the low numbers of neutral fat in blood. Now re-examined again. 突Ki止Metai the cause quickly.

Alpinist Noguchi Ken’s suffering from fatigue – a sense of choking, Fukushima Diary, December 19, 2011:

Japanese alpinist Noguchi ken, who visited the 20km area and took pictures of cows abandoned in the area, is tweeting to tell he is suffering from the constant fatigue and the sense of choking.

Tweets from 12/19/2011

What happened to my body..? Endless fatigue, choking, dizziness and breath shortness. Had my thyroid tested because of the shortage of neutral fat from the blood test. However, the reason is not cleared yet. I’m going to have to have the re-re-test. I’m ready to know the possibile severe result because this fatigue is really bad. I just want to figure out what causes it.

Because I’m an alpinist, I quickly prepare myself for possible hard situation but it’s really irritating not being able to know what is causing this. I feel dizzy even while I’m giving a lecture and it’s becoming worse and worse. If you have a similar symptom and know something, please let me know. Please.



Published: December 20th, 2011 at 6:29 am ET


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38 comments to Record-setting Japanese mountain climber has thyroid tested after endless fatigue, choking — Entered Fukushima evacuation zone to photograph abandoned cows — “What happened to my body?”

  • kintaman kintaman

    He should have known better. Sadly many do not. You do NOT enter the evacuation zone after 3 nuclear power plants meltdown. You go in the opposite direction, AWAY from it.

    • Spectrometising

      Please avoid adding insult to injury. You also risk sounding like you have only just discovered the difference between wet and dry.

    • BreadAndButter BreadAndButter

      Well, I get your point.

      • BreadAndButter BreadAndButter

        En plus, going there just for photographing abandoned cows is a definition of stupid.

        • aigeezer aigeezer

          I don’t think so.

          We complain that nobody gets the story out, then when someone captures a poignant part of the story we call them stupid for going in.

          Photos of Fukushima livestock and wildlife haunt me. Perhaps they will haunt a pro-nuke shill or three also.

          • BreadAndButter BreadAndButter

            Hi aigeezer, those videos haunt me as well.
            You’re right about that.

            I have the utmost respect for the ones who go to the danger zone to inform us and the world – but why would they go unprotected???

            *it’s just such a big mess and i feel helpless

            • aigeezer aigeezer

              “why would they go unprotected?”

              Good question.

              I’d guess he thought it was an “abandoned animal story” and he didn’t perceive the danger. In that sense, it was a stupid thing to do, but somehow I’m glad he did it and I hope he doesn’t pay too high a price.

              This leads me into the moral thicket of tradeoffs. We mock the nuke industry for putting a dollar value on a human life and doing some ugly math to decide whether a safety improvement is “worth” implementing. Yet I can’t help wishing more media types had put their lives at risk to get the story out.

              I’m safe in my armchair (so far), of course, so I can indulge in such thoughts.

              • Misitu

                I noted this, and the stories about the fisherman and the newscaster eating fuxu food in public and then getting ill — and then was there not the Emperor and his daughter/granddaughter.

                It would not be a big stretch, for the nation that invented that sadomasochistic TV “Endurance” game show, for some divas to think they could demonstrate both the ineffectiveness and the radical danger of consuming contaminated food.

                “If I do this and get sick, everyone will know, and the lies of the authorities will be exposed”

                could be what is in the mind of such.

                I think that we should keep an open mind on these apparent mega foolish actions.

                People close to the industry are fools and liars when they conceal valuable life-related information, but that does not necessarily apply to others who have already made their mark in a different way. Champion Wrestlers, TV Talk Show Hosts, Alpinist Mountaineers, and even Emperors may be among these.

                Whatever the motive, the results are public.

    • fredlvie


      said fred.


    • James Tekton James Tekton

      Howdy km,

      That opened a door that I wanted to share as a suggestion to ADMN and on the general discussion thread for the coming week.

      Posted this twice and it is very import to prepare for.

      You said:

      “You go in the opposite direction, AWAY from it.”

      Very important Point!

      Chime in on this any one if you can.

      New radio show host that is on RBN.

      Two days ago was a first show called and among all things a topic that we have spoken to came up. The permanent end of NPP‘s if there is an EMP.

      This topic should become a permanent thread.

      ADMIN: Perhaps we can start a thread to post information on about hardening and protecting our basic infrastructures from an EMP. The focus being around what the average person can do to prepare for this.

      We ALL know what a devastating effect one EMP would have on the USA, a country that depends so heavily on electricity. Ask yourself, are you go to go if the power stops, and remember that in every big city, you need power to pump your water.

      Got drinking water or power for six months or more?

      May I advise everyone to listen to this and take actions to make this aspect part of your preparations for what is coming.:

      It would only cost one billion dollars to harden all the nuklear plants in this country from an EMP? Only one billion more to double protect the power generating systems and harden protect them from an EMP also? Will that be done before it is too late?

      If you live anywhere near a nuk plant and your power goes out, and an EMP has happened which will be scarily obvious, be prepared to quickly grab your bug out bag and get out of the down wind flow of your local plant as fast as possible. You might have two hours to get out if you know there was an EMP event that causes most electrical devices to no longer function.

  • maaa


    • Atlantis

      Seriously, the one that have, are already gone FAAAAR away. It is not certain they are healthy thought.
      No offense but those “martyrs” who got in it to show there was no rad issue and now are observing several diseases just got what they deserved. And those that are staying even close so any “evacuation” wont wake up. Just add some hundreds (thousands ?) kilometers to those perimeter at least.

  • Sickputer

    When the strongest of the strong fall ill… What does that mean for the old, the young, the weak? The situation is spiraling out of control in Japan and the world may follow. The ocean is not that vast.

    The mad scientists have managed to destroy the necessities of life for mankind in Japan and spreading across the globe. There here will be no safe refuge in the atomic era. You can delay the inevitable by fleeing ground zero (which is ALL of Honshu) but the radiation is On The Beach everywhere… Just a matter of time. Other Fukushima-type disasters will end the terrible stewardship of mankind. Ignorant greedy naked apes destroyed Mother Earth.

    • Whoopie Whoopie

      Nobody will be held to account for Fukushima either. It will be a “drip drip drip” of illness and death i’m afraid. And yes, I also believe it’ll be RADIATION from these deadly reactors that does mankind in. shuuuuut em all down.

    • Bones Bones

      I think some delusional, not meant to be derogatory, Japanese may try and rationalize that only the weak or genetically weak will succumb to the radiation. This man can hopefully change some minds that were teetering on such an idea. Don’t forget that just because an area is outside the evacuation zone that it isn’t safe and many areas outside are more contaminated than those inside.

  • or-well

    Another day, another damning,
    yet pro-nuke puppets
    try ramming it up us,
    camera-ham-ing and comment-spamming.

    Pharma-shills say take the pills
    that cure all ills and decon’s coming.

    Watch the hypno-dumbing screens that tout
    the power will go out sans nukes, it’s
    food and flu-bugs gives you pukes, hear the number-crunching half-truth
    mumblers spin the tumblers on the lock of the nuclear vault, we’re keeping you safe, it’s not our fault, we just need better hoses never mind the doses, hold your noses, drink rad-water, don’t worry ’bout your pregnant daughter.

    Nuke’s like fireworks, sometimes there’s a dud or fizzle, but you might want to stay out of the drizzle. It’s clean, safe, cheap, and all you can eat just don’t eat fruit, fish or meat and don’t forget to power-wash the street on thursdays other than that you’ve got no worries.

    By Bhudda, Christ and Isis there’s no crisis – honest – just stay in place with happy-face, there’s no need to measure the plumes of the 1000 pound dragon in the room, breathing fire upon the land and ocean, radio-phobia is unpatriotic emotion and what you have is just pneumonia and by the way we’re renaming Japan – Plutonia !

    • Whoopie Whoopie

      Spot on or-well. 1000 Pound Dragon. That’s much more fitting than elephant. How to wake up the masses is the biggest obstacle of all. No one wants to look or listen or LEARN. If economy’s around the world weren’t on the edge of collapse, think they’d listen then? I dont think so. Up or down, there is a major communication problem. Depressed or Happy country: SEE NO EVIL. 🙁

  • Whoopie Whoopie

    Good Morning Japan
    Another Blogger concerned for YOU:
    A look at racially based differences in responses to radiation – Glasstone and Dolan 1977 – Beta Burns.
    December 20, 2011
    Langley then links to Fukushima Diary – Descriptio­n of health effects
    Ends with: “It is unlikely this is pyschosoma­tic, as Andrew Bolt and the IAEA would probably surmise.”
    (he sure is digging into medical books for useful rad info)

  • Whoopie Whoopie

    RT @JALpalyul: Over 462 trillion becquerels Fukushima strontium in Pacific Ocean, Seafood risk
    5 minutes ago
    Thank you Japan, the Nuke Industry and Governments all over the world. What a way to depopulate. Killing in the name of HUSH MONEY

  • Whoopie Whoopie

    Good grief. Look at what a Tweeter discovered.
    Cover of The New Yorker March 28 2011!/MarcBadinand/status/149116449020063744/photo/1

    • BreadAndButter BreadAndButter

      Hi Whoopie, it’s a German artist (Christoph Niemann) who did that cover – I heard an interview with him on the radio. He said he had only 2 days for working on it, but he didn’t want to refuse the request (it’s the New Yorker after all!).
      It’s a beautiful and scary piece, I think.

    • Alice Alice

      That cover is almost iconic and captures what Japan is becoming, a radioactive wasteland.

      It saddens me to know that in time, I will no longer be able to walk barefoot on the grass.

      OT: The anxiety of Mr. Noguchi is palpable. I hope he’s been directed to this site so he can find some answers and pass the message on.

      It might be time to be brutally honest.

  • Feel sorry for the guy. Just look at the picture. Masks off for the tourist photo. Radiation is a poison that is invisible with no smell. Maybe he got in to the exclusion zone because of his celebrity status? Are those government issue radiation suits in photo? The dangers were obviously not explained to him. I’m sure that green field smelled nice with spring in the air. We have all made uninformed choices by letting nuclear into our lives. Its not about money when your health is robbed from you.

  • “fatigue, choking, dizziness and breath shortness”.
    Not only in Japan, have seen in print so many times elsewhere !

    • dka

      Really? I have never met anyone with these symptoms ever.
      You see this every day everywhere, very widely spread? Among young top athletes also? Some of them died? As in Japan, from leukemia or hearth stroke (cesium and other nuclides contamination effects)? I can only imagine you live in Japan or in Chernobyl or neat TMI and Pacific islands affected by french nuclear tests. A few bombs eploded there and people died and there were severe health impacts among popuplation as far as 1600km away from ground 0. Chernobyl? children more than 2000km away from ground 0 got thyroid cancer after the radioactive dust clouds covered their sky. Fukushima is more than 1000 nuclear bomb explosions as explained by french nuclear research institute.
      Keep being blind, but learn what is radiation sickness before saying that it is common. You will understand the difference in what you see everyday and what people in Japan are suffering from. And you will have more respect for their suffering I hope.

  • many moons

    The govermant and the energy industry lies, little radiation is like eating a banana on an international flight. People can’t see radiation. They see animals alive, figure everything is OK….wrong. I think the tsunami waste washing up on the shores of North America will ive a 3 dimentionality to the radiation and perhaps more truth will result.

  • Dr. Awesome Dr. Awesome

    Learning what not to do is important.
    Another brother has been bitten by the “invisible snakes” of radionuclides.
    Love makes us blind at times.
    Stay strong brother. Lose all fear.
    “There is no such thing as death. Life is just a dream and we are an imagination of ourselves”
    ~ Bill Hicks

    Much love to you all.
    No Nukes!

  • bincbom

    Smiling is not enough.


  • Tumrgrwer Tumrgrwer

    Evidence of the coverup! This man looks as though he was uninformed. If he truly knew the dangers of his actions he would have acted acordingly. In the, 80’s after weeks of repairs at Rancho Seco after working 7 days 12 hours a day we would swim with our families in the lake used for emergency cooling. We were all misinformed of the dangers just as the poor people of Japan. The world has become a sancturary for the evil. The poor children.

    Help make this planet nukless!