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Settlement report 4/17/2012

Donation : 30.00 USD Expense : 0.00 USD Left in hat : 30.00 USD Goal of this month : 2,000.00 USD (My previous salary in Japan) Current total : 578.00

Sea contamination

Irradiated whales

Whales are contaminated. From the results of the inspection on radioactivity materials in fisheries products by Fisheries Agency, they constantly measure cesium from whales . 15 May,2011 Minke whale 31Bq/kg

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Another member of Tokio hospitalized

Following up this article..Japanese idol on “Support by eating” positive from WBC Matsuoka(35), from the same idol group Tokio was hospitalized for dehydration. At 9:00 of 4/17, he visited a

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Notice put in front of elementary school of Fukushima

Following up this article..“Don’t play in the park for longer than 1 hour a day” This notice is put in front of the elementary schools in Koriyama Fukushima.   <Translate>

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This is how incineration ash of 16,000 Bq/Kg is deposited

Incineration ash of over 8,000 Bq/Kg is supposed to be carefully shielded by concrete, but it is not actually. 8,000 Bq/Kgを超える焼却灰は適切にコンクリートで固められ、ケースに保管されることになっていますが、実際はそうではないようです。 These pictures are where incineration ash of 16,000 Bq/Kg

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2040 Bq/kg from officially uncontaminated disaster debris

  In the end of July, 2040 Bq/Kg of cesium was measured from disposal ash of power generating facility “Yamagata green power”. They accepted 1400 tones of wood debris from

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0.2 μSv/h of alpha ray in Yamagata

Mr. Oyama, a city councilor of Minamisoma measured alpha ray in Yamagata, where his families evacuated. He measured 114 count within 300 seconds.(About 0.19μSv/h) on the cover of manhole. Black

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JP population decreased by 259,000 people

Following up this article..Population of Chiba and Ibaraki is shrinking From october of 2010 to october 2011, Japanese population decreased by 259,000 people (↓ 0.2%), which is the largest decrease

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Pentagon seeks for the robotic technology for nuclear plant

Quote from the New York Times. [Link]   Seeking Robots to Go Where First Responders Can’t In the event of another disaster at a nuclear power plant, the first responders