Radiation dose of 11 microsieverts per hour filmed near Tokyo (VIDEO)

Published: October 24th, 2011 at 8:45 am ET


Oct. 24 — “Hello again from Kashiwa, this is a drain pipe check right in my own back yard. It could be any drain pipe in any yard here in Kashiwa. I have checked a few other drain pipes in other peoples yards and the ones that don’t have good run-off have high readings as well.”

SOURCE: Radiation check in Japan October 24 2011 over 11µSv/h

CREDIT: asuperdry



Published: October 24th, 2011 at 8:45 am ET


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6 comments to Radiation dose of 11 microsieverts per hour filmed near Tokyo (VIDEO)

  • dosdos dosdos

    It’s raining, it’s pouring,
    The geigers are roaring.

    The burning of radioactive materials is Japan’s equal opportunity program.

  • jec jec

    All these reports of radioactive “runoff”-draining somewhere–it is poluting more areas such as….the ocean, lakes? drinking water sources, the water table. How does one measure THAT. The Japanese government must stop any activity that spreads this poison–burning, dumping, drainage. Best also, if they reported the exact situation in Fukushima’s reactors, even if it is the worst case. Most of us already KNOW it is the worse case.
    Children with 1 millisiever internal radation, how in the world can anyone even live with the knowledge they were the cause? With all the addtional radiation, there will only be more and more cases.

  • dosdos dosdos

    Considering that the plant was built above an oceanic based water table, it probably won’t burn as far down as the magma, since the constant flow of water will keep its temperature below that of molten rock. Look at how the basements are flooding more than the runoff from cooling efforts, and the water is getting more radioactive in the basements. However, it will continue to pollute the water table like a banshee for years to come, until the parties contracted extract it from the earth.

  • Human0815

    Asahisuperdry need to call his Town Office asap
    as well as some Newspaper!

    Until they come he need some Zeolite
    (can be bought in a PetShop, look for Cat-Litter)

    What size is the Roof?

    • aldo aldo

      Human – Zeolite can be bought in bulk cheaply at farm supply stores. Local governments should mandate that mounds of it be distributed in every neighborhood for citizens to use as they see fit (but that would be acknowledging a problem exists so it’s not likely to happen). I’m guessing you recommend that Asahisuperdry use the zeolite to filter the runoff from the roof. Once used for filtration I wonder how best to handle the contaminated zeolite?