Donation : 125.00USD
Expense : 0.00USD
Left in hat : 125.00USD
Goal of this month : 2,000.00 USD (My previous salary in Japan)
Current total : 703.00 USD
To go : 1,297.00 USD
Thank you for your support as always !
Today I added some changes for the donation buttons. Now I can accept donations from 0.50 USD!
Because I was making my travel plan until 4:30 AM last night, I got a headache today and didn’t do any other things than working today. lol I haven’t decided where to go after this summer.
Web journalists who I know of are becoming sick one after one. Vomit, fever, diarrhea, pain in the chest etc.. mostly they are in Chiba but even people in Kyushu show the same symptoms. It’s rare to have stomach flu in this season.
If it’s because of radiation, even if you get recovered, you’ll soon have another health problem. Your body is destroyed, can’t be fixed. That’s the scary point of radiation.
Recently I hear more news like US or Russia are trying to offer international help for Fukushima. This is what I hoped last year. I actually aimed at it when I started FD to take their international support . However, now that I read the journal of NRC, I don’t even count on them. They won’t have a clue either. I find it too optimistic to call Fukushima a crisis. It’s not even a crisis. It’s over.
I’m afraid that they try to take more control over immigration if UN puts Fukushima under its control though they can’t even do anything. They will start even worse media blackout. then, I’d have to crawl into Fukushima with my laptop..
I heard the news that Russia and China were asked to accept 40 million immigration from Japan. I personally think that story is likely but I felt like there was a confusion at some point so I didn’t post it.
Oh now a news reporter showed this mutated dandelion in the TV show “Morning bird” of TV asahi. 2 flowers from one huge stem. 20 of them are growing close to each other in Tokyo. Maybe the dandelions were stressed. The TV show is asking for more pictures of mutated plants. I guess they read FD.
At last, today Tepco did another meaningless research to look around the water leakage point in torus room of reactor 2 because the water level was 60cm supposedly. Of course they couldn’t find anything. Tepco’s spokes man said, “if they can hear the sound of water, it may be near the water leakage point.” lol
Total dose of human : 0.28 mSv
Total dose of robot : 186 mSv
Highest radiation level : 120 mSv/h (North west corner)
↑ Suppression chamber
Tepco assumed the water was leaking from the torus room. but the robot ran above the torus room to check the water wasn’t coming up from the manhole on the top of the room. In short, they didn’t check anything so I didn’t post it. They will release the video tomorrow but it will be meaningless as well. Water might be leaking from the bottom of torus room or maybe from container vessel directly.
Fukushima Diary can accept donation directly at bank.
Le Fukushima Diary peut recevoir des dons directement à sa banque.
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Thank you for your donation. Fukushima Diary genuinely runs on your support.
Merci pour vos dons. Le Fukushima Diary tourne fondamentalement par votre aide.
Recurring Donations. Monthly donation is very helpful.
Dons réguliers. Les dons mensuels aident beaucoup.
Fukushima Diary can accept donation directly at PoBox too. You don't need to write the receiver's name (Only the address below is needed) but you can write it as Mochizuki Iori or Fukushima Diary SRL as well.
Le Fukushima Diary accèpte aussi les dons directement à sa boîte postale. Il est inutile de mettre un destinataire (l'adresse ci-dessous donnée seule suffit) mais vous pouvez l'adresser aussi bien à Iori Mochizuki ou à la Fukushima Diary SRL.
Fukushima Diaryは私書箱でも直接寄付などの郵便を受けられるようになりました。下記の住所が記載されていれば受取人の名前を書く必要はありませんが、Mochizuki Iori または Fukushima Diary SRLというように書いても問題ありません。
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