Breaking News: The measurement of plutonium was abandoned in Japan

At the press conference of TEPCO and related ministries of Japanese government,

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology stated they will not measure plutonium anymore.

The measurement of plutonium was abandoned in Japan.

It was announced on 10/3/2011 20:00 by staff from Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.

Now Japanese people are allowed to take 1~10 Bq/kg of plutonium.

However, 1 in a million gram of plutonium causes cancer.

They announced that plutonium and strontium were detected in 45km / 79km area on 9/30.

They seem afraid of having the contamination situation known by more people.

Measurement of plutonium is almost impossible for normal people with normal equipment because it only emits alpha ray.

Your Geiger counter hardly catches it.

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3/30から5/5まで、おれ氏はキプロスを調査しておりもす。


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18 Responses to “Breaking News: The measurement of plutonium was abandoned in Japan”

  1. Sue-Ellen Campbell says:

    If this doesn’t fit the description of genocide , I don’t know what does!
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    • lucie mayer says:

      My suggestion is that we put the board of directors of TEPCO, as well as the Japanese and the US people responsible for forcing the building of the nuclear reactor on the people of Japan, in jail.

      The question is, how to proceed? How do ordinary people sue these criminals? Because after six months, it doesn’t look like the people who would know how to proceed are ever going to come forward.

      • raphael says:

        Hi Lucy, that’s a very interesting point you made her. I read a lot people calling the Fukushima or as well 9/11 or Iraq-war etc responsibles ‘criminals’ But nobody speaks about ‘justice being done’ That’s understandable,as the the whole system is owned by exactly these criminals as is police, courts, attorneys… On top most of us are not really too satisfied with punishments, jails, death sentences, neither would we have the means to set such a system in place. My idea would be having s.th like a truth commission established on the web. Anyone could start one, just gathering facts, witnessess,theories.Finally some people could put them all together as one. The guilty have a chance there to speak out and repend, while the extreme characters are outed on the web and can at least hang their head in shame, and hide before the eyes of the woken up. We are starting one about Fukushima, if you are interested or anybody else, contact me, we would be happy with some help.

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  3. ocifferdave says:

    I know about this article due to enenews.com. I came here to read the entire article. What a blatant act of negligence. Why is there NO LAWSUITS??!?

  4. JeffPrystupa says:

    It is difficult to assess the amount of threat or danger that we face. How much is enough to kill, maim, or alter us or our children? How can we know? How can we measure? How can we avoid? How can we eliminate what has been acquired in the air, in the water, from the land? Where is the leadership? While elected leaders hold hands together and walk backwards, the people must now join hands and walk forward. If we could just bid them farewell and let them be on their way – but no – elected officials are like bad family company that never leaves.

  5. The decision to stop measuring plutonium can only be described as secretive and non-transparent. I agree with ocifferdave – why have we seen no lawsuits yet?

    • Mochizuki says:

      why have we seen no lawsuits yet?
      >A lot of the journalists and citizens are suing them,but as I posted before,law court is owned by Tepco as well.

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