Tokyo is contaminated as the worst place in Chernobyl

Tokyo contaminated as the worst place in Chernobyl

Following up this article..23,300 Bq/Kg of cesium from 4km of filter plant

The contamination level of Mizumoto Park turned out to be the same level of “off-limits zone” in Chernobyl.
The contamination level of the park was 23,300 Bq/Kg.
According to Nuclear Safety Commission, it is converted to be 1.4 ~1.5 million Bq/m2.

In Chernobyl, if the area is more contaminated than 1.48 million Bq/m2, it was labelled as off-limits zone, which was the worst level of the pollution.
Because cesium doesn’t choose Mizumoto park intentionally, at least some parts are contaminated as the worst area of Chernobyl.

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39 Responses to “Tokyo is contaminated as the worst place in Chernobyl”

  1. Mikkai says:

    Mochizuki, while the measurements in Tokyo are horrible high and should be avoided by all living beings, I am not sure where you got the Chernobyl Data.

    1,480,000 Becquerel per m² are 40 Curie per km². These are areas where the belarusian
    state builds new schools and kindergartes,
    Here are the radiation maps of Belarus, where all 1,48 million bq/m² areas are listed (the official ones, not all…):http://www.rbic.by/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=256&Itemid=86

    I quote directly from the 1995 Belarus National Report:
    http://tekknorg.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/09.jpg

    Maxium levels of contamination are present in the exclusion zone:
    Cs-137: 18,500,000 Becquerel per m² which is 500 Curie per km²
    (1000 Curie per km are also in the 30km zone)
    In Sheptovichi (Gomel, people live there) are 2,271,000 Becquerel per m².
    This is Gome:
    http://www.rbic.by/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=256&Itemid=86

    with kind regards,
    (you have fb pm).

  2. Greyhawk says:

    Just when I think this situation cannot shock me any more something like this shocks me more.

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  4. Gregory Sams says:

    This is very interesting but some does not translate very well.

    I gather that some parts of Mizumoto Park had contamination levels that were equal to contamination in parts of Chernobyl that are off-limits.

    Do you know the official legal level of environment radiation, compared to 23,300 bq/kilo?

    I would like to let more people know about this.

    THank you for trying to get the information out.

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  8. mickey moon says:

    Mochizuki, Mikkai,
    please do not just compare numbers (if they re not really comparable i mean).

    contamination with Caesium-137 of 1,480,000 Bequerel per m² (or 1480 kBq/m², or 1.48 million Bq/m² or 40 Ci/km²) is the LOWER limit of what most maps call Closed/Confiscated Zone (http://www.unscear.org/images/ContaminationMap_Cs_BeUkRu_Fig_VI.jpg or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Chernobyl_radiation_map_1996.svg — this is from 1996
    However, the ‘Exclusion Zone’ is said to be only 30 km (radius??) ‘around’ the plant here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chernobyl_Exclusion_Zone)

    whereas “Maxium levels of contamination are present in the exclusion zone: Cs-137: 18,500,000 Becquerel per m²” as Mikkai wrote are the MAX. LEVELS inside the exclusion zone… btw. thanks for the link to that Russian website, very interesting!

    and now about the actual reading in Tokyo: 23,300 Bq/kg wich Mochizuki converts according to Nuclear Safety Commission to 1.4 ~1.5 million Bq/m² or in as it seems as bad as the lower limit of what got closed down around Chernobyl. It seems… 23,300 Bq/kg is really terrible bad, but the number it is not comparable to Chernobyl as Chernobyl is only C-137 whereas Tokyo is C-134+C-137. see link to source of article.
    …what can i say, 23,300 Bq/kg is a shocking number…

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  14. Dear Mr. Iori Mochizuki,

    I am from Kyiv, Ukraine, and our team of scientists is very-well aware of the Chornobyl’s problems. We have a series of technologies that can be useful in Japan at the moment. For instance, see this link:
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    There is a chair that measures radioactivity of a person during 3 minutes (the Golden medal in Brussels in 1993);
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    there are special pills, sorbents, which reject radioactive nuclides from the organism in 12-14 days.
    There are other ideas and we are open for cooperation.

    May you point out the right persons to whom my colleagues and I could apply? Thanks.

    Yours sincerely,
    V.K.
    Institute of Physics, Kyiv, Ukraine
    Indra Scientific, Brussels, Belgium
    http://indra-scientific.com

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    Could you rework this with the new facts you got? Thx

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