98.8 Bq/Kg of cesium from honey produced in Tochigi

According to Nasushiobara city Tochigi, 98.8 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 was measured from honey produced in the city.

The sampling date was August in 2012. 39.9 Bq/Kg of Cs-134 and 58.8 Bq/Kg of Cs-137 were detected from the honey.


98.8 Bq/Kg of cesium from honey produced in Tochigi






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98,8 Bq/kg de césium dans du miel de Tochigi

Selon la ville de Nasushiobara de Tochigi, 98,8 Bq/kg de Cs-134/137 ont été relevés dans du miel produit dans la commune.

L’échantillon a été pris en août 2012. 39,9 Bq/kg de Cs-134 et 58,8 Bq/kg de Cs ont été relevés dans ce miel.

98,8 Bq/kg de césium dans du miel de Tochigi






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4 Responses to “98.8 Bq/Kg of cesium from honey produced in Tochigi”

  1. Jay says:

    Great catch Iori !

    The bees actually are Dusting the surface of plants so the honey is a great indicator … How about the Wax in the beehive ? …. because there is where the eggs are …

    On another subject Iori , next time you go to the University try the English classes to meet students so you can converse in a common language .

    I was very touched by your story about the lady in black fur that was feeding the stray dogs , but I was sad thinking about How would your Romeo introduction in Romanian would sound ?
    Try the English classes students .

  2. Jay says:

    Not meaning to over-post , Iori , but here for one more last time my suggestion to use a special Foam to cover and seal the entire Fukushima plant .

    - the foam could be the type that expends
    - it should have the micro-structure of a Sponge
    - it must act a huge Hepa Filter by sticking to the floating radionucleai and colecting them
    - it should let water through so any rods will seat in a water-filled sponge like material ( ask further the experts )
    - the foam should be hard enough to support itself at least .

    Nevertheless , the basic idea is to use a Filtering easy to apply Foam to , at least , cover the outside of the plant entirely .

    Feel free to write it in Japanese and send it to TEPCO , compliments of Jay .

  3. kintaman says:

    It is not fit for human (or any other) consumption but of course “share the pain” and “support Tohoku” will require that people eat it whether they know or not (mislabeling). They will sell this to the people everywhere.

    This is why I have fully stopped purchasing ANYTHING from Japan. Fuck their economy. Human life is more important than their stupid economy. They have made their bed and now they must sleep in it. The rest of Japan should quarantine Tohoku area but it is too late now. Idiots.

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