Settlement report 3/17/2012

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12 Responses to “Settlement report 3/17/2012”

  1. whither shall we go? says:

    Can you offer more stories with “man on the street”-type interviews, since you speak fluent Japanese and know a lot of people & the culture there? I know they may not want to talk much about it, but it seems that you could conceal their identity and still get their general impressions?

    How have they changed their eating and drinking habits? Are they staying indoors more? Are they having any symptoms? What do they notice? How about family planning? Are the kids safe? Do they understand the risks? How are they pets and livestock faring? How long can they hold out waiting for a solution? Are they familiar with the long-term effects of the Chernobyl and Three Mile Island meltdowns?

    Right now the Fukushima Jet Stream is well off my region of the USA and I have to say the air seems much fresher and healthier… who knows what kind of deposition we’ve sustained over the past year, but it’s nothing much compared to Japan! :(

    I would like to hear more from those on the ground in and around (esp. Toyko!) the exclusion zone!!!

    Also, can we have an update on the ailing Japanese Emperor and Royal Family?
    THANKS! :)

    • Rich says:

      I agree !
      I would like to know more about your battle for the minds of the Japanese population. Who is winning ?

    • Jessica says:

      “Man on the street” reports done by Lori himself would have to be limited to Japanese refugees or long distance, since he doesn’t live in Fukushima any more, thank God. I hope that Lori never goes back. But maybe he can find a Japanese reader here still living in Japan who can help him, ask people on the streets the questions he writes, etc.

      Lori, do you have friends still in Japan that can help you report what is going on there? Do any of us readers want to offer Lori help in finding such a person? I can’t because I’m in the USA and don’t know people living in Japan well enough to ask.

      @ “whither shall we go”

      What parts of the USA have been spared the most, in your opinion?

      • Mochizuki says:

        Right, I have my friends still in Japan but they don’t really know what is going on. I’m thinking of introducing some tweets here.

  2. whither shall we go? says:

    pls. excuse typos: How are THEIR pets and livestock faring? …and that’s “TOKYO.” I’ve never been there, nor will I likely go now. :(

  3. Jessica says:

    What about contests? Assignments to spread the word via youtube videos or other ideas? Flyer campaigns? What would you say to all the people in North America, for example, and want to see given away by the thousands?

    Make a wish list of all the things you would like to see done and then see if there is a way to make us do it for you.

  4. Linda R says:

    You deserve to be compensated for your time in research and sharing the news out of Japan. If you could compile a list of bloggers who are following the Fukushima disaster and are living in Japan, that would be nice.
    Arigato for all you do.

  5. Jan says:

    Just a hint: Your Paypal donation form cannot be switched to english. Maybe this is a barrier for donations ;-) .

  6. remember ‘website is dead’? anoher reason — because what you take for granted is information that would be so useful to many.

    criticism of your approach are uncalled for: your integrity will shine, and you are an inspiration.

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