Source: Over 500 microSv/h detected from black substance (PHOTO)

Published: April 27th, 2012 at 9:08 am ET
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A source from Japan with a background in nuclear engineering writes:

As you know, the test sample [See: Official: Plutonium detected in black substance from Minamisoma (PHOTOS)] was not a real black-material. We have already found much stronger black-material (see picture) in Haramachi-area, its radiation is 20-times higher than the sample used for the test. Also, over 520 micro-SV substance has been found.

Measurement values submitted to the committee of Minamisoma city council were made lower in an arbitrary manner, and the test result was covered-up 4-weeks (report of the test had already been made on March 29th/30th.)

Mr. Ooyama said, in his blog, that some agents from Fukushima pref. gov. and Prof. Kodama involved this information manipulation.

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Published: April 27th, 2012 at 9:08 am ET
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8 comments to Source: Over 500 microSv/h detected from black substance (PHOTO)

  • rooks rooks

    I do not doubt that there is a black substance there but cannot find a source supporting this headline.


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  • I just have a gut feeling this stuff is from fuel pools burning !


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  • RutherfordsGhost

    Major media outlets are refusing to cover Fukushima.
    Russia Today is suppressing key information which it has obtained regarding radiation fallout from Japan – along with other news agencies.
    The media is complicit in covering this up.


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  • Pallas89juno Pallas89juno

    Dear Ruth: RT has been involved in the international nuke news black-out gradually (a slowly advancing let down) since last year with very little FukuDai coverage at all in the first or early part of the 2nd quarter this year, 2012. Chances are good that the main component of this intentional policy to avoid nuke coverage is to socially construct (intentionally) disinterest and lack of public interest in these most important matters. This is more reasonably due to Russia's own government intentions to expand its own worldwide weapons industry, which they have recently stated on RT, currently thoroughly dominated by the U.S. military arms , nuclear weapons and nuclear power juggernaught (sans l'hyperpuissance after globalization). Currently only about 16% of Russia's electric power comes from its own 31 mostly aging nuclear power plants. All of its nuclear plants could be shut down with little to no inconvenience to Russian citizenry leaving the profiteers on nuke and weapons death the very obvious culprits behind boosting these idiotic industries through media social construction games. Remember Japan had all its 54 operating nuclear facilities shut down for many months post the Tohoku Cataclysm.


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  • andii

    I don't know if 10,000 cpm equates to 100 mcSv/h (?) but still quite high reading.

    From Minamisoma
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KesZEncko_E

    Soil from Tokyo 1800 Bq/kg
    3g black powder – rough estimated 4500 Bq
    peaks of cs-134 & 137 appears immediately compared to the soil – signs that it is highly radioactive(?)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfZSMz0pX-s


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