Report: Algae is bio-concentrating radioactive material in Japan cities — Sucking in radiation from walls and asphalt — Strontium may be absorbed most

Published: June 16th, 2012 at 6:21 pm ET
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An Easy Guide on Biological Concentration published by Minamisoma city council member Koichi Oyama on June 11, 2012 and translated by Dissensus Japan:

I felt a sense of caution over today’s TV-Asahi report and articles of Asahi-affiliated Weekly AERA, as well as those who are involved in such press reports.

The authorities want to make people believe that the black materials, which release an intense radiation, is not a living thing (alga) but the soil. That is why the topic about biological concentration is not covered in media. Do they want to get rewarded by lying to the mass?

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Every plants are taking in nuclides. Blue-green algae absorb radioactive materials from asphalt or walls of a city. Not only Cesium, like rice took in Cadmium, algae may be sucking in also alpha nuclides. Moreover, Strontium, that seep underground, may be the substances that are taken in by the algae the most.

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Published: June 16th, 2012 at 6:21 pm ET
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