News: NHK manipulates again

They found a hot spot in Setagaya ku Tokyo. (1.5m high from the ground, 2m wide.)

It is on the pavement, and between a kindergarten and a nursery school.

According to a ward council, Tanaka Yuko, it was 4.699 uSv/h. (Source)

However, NHK reported the dose of after decontamination, which is 2.8 uSv/h. (Source)

NHK reports, they decontaminated it but it did not reduce the radiation level so much, and it was still 2.707 uSv/h after all, but that’s not weird at all because 2.8 uSv/h was the number of after decontamination already. (Still it’s higher than Minami soma shi)

NHK adds more lies.

Even if you are exposed to 2.7 uSv/h for 8 hours a day, the total annual dose is “only” 14.2 mSv.

Their new “safety” limit is 20 mSv.

14.2 mSv is less than 20 mSv ,so it is not harmful at all.

As a matter of fact, nobody has ever voted for the 20 mSv/y policy.

Mr. Koide assumes that 80 in 10,000 people will die of 20 mSv/y policy.

If the death rate of cancer is 10%, there will be 800 people have cancer in 10,000.

If the rate of cancer is 25%, there will be 3,200 people will be sick (but not diagnosed as cancer) in 10,000.

This is almost the same rate as hey fever.

Some people suggest it might be ash from the Tokyo south sludge plant in Ohta ku, where burn highly radioactive sludge.

  1. What people need to understand from the NEW safety standards set by the Japanese government is that they are NOT safe at all. It is ACCEPTABLE to them for a certain percentage of people to die from the exposure and they will call that SAFE and NO IMMEDIATE HEALTH THREAT. Nice huh?

    1. They key word here is “immediate”. They do not care about the long term 5, 10-20 years later as they will be out of office and retired to a distant country.

      I feared from day 1 that the Japanese government was going to pull this sh*t and that is why I summoned all of my courage and left my whole life in Japan, taking my family with me. I keep saying it but it was (and still is) the most difficult thing I have had to do and I can see how it is completely unthinkable to most Japanese. Most do not have enough $$ or anywhere else to go much less the ability to speak English. This is a horrific time for Japan and the world yet people are in a state of denial which makes the nightmare even more surreal.

      1. Denial is a natural human reaction in a situation as grave as this.
        I find it fascinating, scary and sad all at the same time.
        Denial will eventually be replaced by EXTREME anger. I don’t dare imagine what is going to ensue from that point.

        You made the correct decision to flee Japan for the safety of your family. Well done!

  2. “8 Hours a day” ? I did the math for 24 hrs and then you get 23 MsV as a yearly dose. (That is MILLI). (

  3. Whatever happened to Bushido? Damn japanese have become so weak. They should start lynching TEPCO executives, and every member of the diet. In truth, Japan as a country, and the Japanese people are on the steep descent toward extinction if they don’t leave Nihon. Its a shame really. I lived there 8 years, and love the country. Never can go back now though 🙁

    1. According to Wikipediia, it seems to me that a Bushido culture is part of the problem, not the solution:

      “The samurai of thirty years ago had behind him a thousand years of training in the law of honor, obedience, duty, and self-sacrifice….. As a child he had but to be instructed …. in the etiquette of self-immolation. The fine instinct of honor demanding it was in the very blood…”

      note the reference to OBEDIENCE, self-sacrifice and self-immolation. This one is a collective slow burn 🙁

      Honor is an “instinct”? Give us a break! Honor is cultural brainwashing and a tool of total control by TPTB.

  4. Which statement is exactly the lie? That radiation measurements may change from time to time, e.g. on October 5th it is 4.699 uSv/h and on October 12th (one week later) it was 2.707 uSv/h.

    And even if 20 mSv is to high, what does is matter when you say the radiation is confined to a 2m radius? Because according to your calculations this means that you must stand 8 hrs/days within this 2m radius to have an exposure of 14.2 mSv. Nobody does that.

    “Some people suggest it might be ash from the Tokyo south sludge plant in Ohta ku, where burn highly radioactive sludge.” This just hearsay and the radiation source seems to be found (some strange bottles in a nearby house).

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Actually, nothing has progressed in the plant since 2011. We still don't even know what is going on inside. They must keep cooling the crippled reactors by water, but additionally groundwater keeps flowing into the reactor buildings from the broken parts. This is why highly contaminated water is always produced more than it can circulate. Tepco is planning to officially discharge this water to the Pacific but Tritium is still remaining in it. They dilute this with seawater so that it is legally safe, but scientifically the same amount of radioactive tritium is contained. They say it is safe to discharge, but none of them have drunk it.


October 2011