Internal document “SPEEDI result is too serious. can’t be disclosed.”


Insider document was made to record that 3 administers including Takagi, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and administrators of MEXT discussed the SPEEDI result and judged it was too serious to disclose. It was 3/15/2011, the next day of reactor 3′s nuclear explosion.
MEXT explains it was made by non-engineering staff, it was not accurate. They didn’t judge if they should disclose it or not.
Proceedings about SPEEDI disclosure has not been published.


SPEEDI予測「公表できない」 文科省文書に記載
2012年3月3日 02時23分





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9 Responses to “Internal document “SPEEDI result is too serious. can’t be disclosed.””

  1. Sickputer says:

    Crossposted to EX-SKF and Enenews:

    >The Ministry of Education denies part of the story, saying “The memo was created by the secretariat but it is inaccurate. There was no clear decision on whether to make them public.”

    SP: Decision or no decision is no defense for their genocidal behavior. It is the equivalent of a building owner failing to evacuate a burning building.

    Because the radiation danger was virtually invisible gave these human termites the green light to protect their financial interests. They don’t care for people and don’t want to feed and house millions of refugees.

    Japanese people…you are on your own…your government will not help you and will continue to kill you with incineration of deadly radiated waste. They are also too arrogant to ask for outside help to stop the spewing reactors at Fukushima.

    Wake up…the impending death of your family and your nation is upon you as you read this!

  2. MaryW says:

    I did a google search on Japan SPEEDI data for March 2011 and this came up. Its a download, but I did not down load it myself. Reason being, shortly after I began downloading, I was ‘kicked’ off my computer by those mysterious trolls. So if you check this link out, be careful. I am unsure if it was the link or other sites I had open also. This here is the link from my google search:

    Then it takes you to this link :
    On the above link is info on Japan data for March 2011.

    I really don’t know if this is useful to you, but here it is anyway.

    PS: I enjoyed the picture you posted the other day, out on the patio, sitting in the sun :)

  3. MaryW says:

    Also, did you see this link from Enformable: Meet the US Embassy worker who transmitted of critical SPEEDI data from Japan to US.

  4. DKA says:

    They should have told the refugees where to escape, speedy disclosure or not.
    Criminals. They try to avoid blame by saying that speedy was confidential.
    It does not change the fact that they knew and should have protected people in danger.

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