Report: Gov’t hid radiation simulation because it was “very, very bad” -Japan professor — Showed serious contamination over wide area
Follow-up to: Kyodo: Radiation forecast can "by no means" be released to public decided gov't on Mar. 15 -- Showed radioactive cloud could spread over Tokyo area
Title: Ministry of Educaiton on SPEEDI Simulation: “We Can’t Make This Public….”
Date: March 3, 2012
[...] I remember Professor Kunihiko Takeda of Chubu University saying right around March 15 last year that the government (Ministry of Education) decided to hide the result of SPEEDI simulation because it was very, very bad, showing serious radioactive contamination over a wide area.
Well he was right.
Read the report here
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- NHK: Japan gov’t gave SPEEDI radiation forecasts to US military, NOT own citizens January 16, 2012
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