Japan Meteorological Research Institute “60,000,000,000 Bq of Cs-137 and Sr-90 is leaking to the open ocean everyday”

In IAEA session from 9/17~9/18/2013, researcher Aoyama from Japan Meteorological Research Institute reported 60,000,000,000 Bq of Cs-137 and Sr-90 is leaking to the open ocean every single day. (30,000,000,000 Bq of Cs-137 and 30,000,000,000 Bq of Sr-90)

The daily discharging rate has almost not been decreased since the beginning of 2012.


Related article..Tepco admitted leaked radiation is diluted outside of Fukushima plant port [URL]





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L’Institut de Recherches Météorologiques du Japon : “60 milliards de Bq de césium 137 et de strontium 90 partent tous les jours en plein océan”


Au cours de la session de l’AIEA des 17 et 18 septembre 2013, M. Aoyama, chercheur au Japan Meteorological Research Institute a déclaré que  60 000 000 000 Bq (60 milliards) de Cs 137 et de Sr 90 s’écoulaient chaque jour en plein océan. (30 milliards de Cs 137 plus 30 milliards de Bq de Sr 90)

Le niveau quotidien des émissions en mer n’a pratiquement pas diminué depuis le début de 2012.


Article lié : Tepco reconnaît que des fuites radioactives se diluent en-dehors du port de la centrale de Fukushima


Vous pouvez ignorer la vérité mais la vérité ne vous ignorera pas.

    1. I feel similar pain and i know it is not due to the Cesium my body as absorbed.
      I am thankful for people here that have paid attention.

      I would wish that the Nobel committee had Iori-san as a nominee.
      He deserves the fat wad of cash that would come with an award.

      Please, somebody nominate Iori Mochizuki for a Nobel Peace Prize (and Literature?) for 2014!

      Quote: “Qualified Nominators

      According to the statutes of the Nobel Foundation, a nomination is considered valid if it is submitted by a person who falls within one of the following categories:
      • Members of national assemblies and governments of states
      • Members of international courts
      • University rectors; professors of social sciences, history, philosophy, law and theology; directors of peace research institutes and foreign policy institutes
      • Persons who have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize
      • Board members of organizations that have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize
      • Active and former members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee; (proposals by members of the Committee to be submitted no later than at the first meeting of the Committee after February 1)
      • Former advisers to the Norwegian Nobel Committee )”

      Quoted from: http://www.nobelprize.org/nomination/peace/

      It would bring further attention to the plight of innocent Japanese peoples as well as those living along the western coast of North (and South) Americas. In my mind, this would primarily be a humanitarian decision, not political.

    2. In their own way, much of the world is paying attention to lessons learned.

      Germany, Switzerland and several other nations are scuttling their nuclear power plant programs. France has a plan to reduce their program by about 50%.

      The USA appears to have cancelled the South Carolina MOX project and is allowing reactors to cease operations, based on purely economic criteria.

      Japan has about 1 reactor in operation and has not had more than 2 reactors running in about a year. It appears that Japan has suddenly recognized that their previously lackadaisical, lying, denialist, business as usual approach is not working out too well; at home or abroad.

      The list of real events signalling a nuclear retreat; is growing rapidly. Nobody is going to apologize, but their acceleration is now in the opposite direction, from pre-Fukushima; and the velocity is picking up.


      Bill Duff

      1. You could shut down nuclear everywhere permanent power shortage with power outtage…. entertainment impossible, stops economic grows, collapses industrial and infrastructural sectors. no systematic control of population possible anymore. then soon food shortage and public disorder. This will not happen.

        Or you build cole-plants as fast as you can, but fuel is very expensive, short and you cannot breath anymore oxygene. This happen and some metropolis greatly suffer from this, so you need something more powerful with less “direct” impact like poluting the air.

        Then you have Solar, Wind and Water etc. and whatever actual usuable regenerative energy is not enough, not even in full combination, not even when you cut your needs in half and stop growth, just think about the power needs of big industrial corporation like automobile or steel production.

        So you build enourmous nuclear reactors on whatever you learned from technical disasters of the past and hope you are safe from the technical disasters of the future, but the variety of possible disaster situation greatly increases the more fuel you centralize.

        So we’re damned.

        Fukushima, is just another interstation till the wipe-out.

        1. Just to give some numbers. 2008 the world overall had increased there power demands from around 100 petawatt in 1990 to 142 petawatt per hours. Thats 142 000 000 000 000 000 W per hours and already 5 years ago. actually thats basically generated by fossile ressources, but the shortage of that increases the need of nuclear power.

        2. Hogwash,

          Texas, followed by North Dakota, Pennsylvania and other USA States have massively increased the availability of clean natural gas as well as light crude oil. The horizontal drilling innovation has presented the world with a BETTER energy plan.

          Nuclear power is trivial and has marginalized itself.

          Your gloom and doom are a bit behind the times.


          Bill Duff

    3. The worlds influencing population isn’t paying attention to any real problem. The world pays attention to entertainmet, new cars, holiday, sex, drugs… any other topic is more aware of then fukushima. We have this hole situation, not because we cannot control nuclear power…. we have this situation, because we can’t get enough… build more cars every day, no matter if there’S aneed. producing and consuming this is your life’s essence… not THINK!

  1. G.E. owns the reactors.. They have final say..since WW11 Japan had been under USA authorityjjust like every other country attacked by them..actual historical documents tell the tale..

    1. There’s no problem for G.E. to shut that old ones down. First you use this as an argue to gain contract for building newer even greater reactors. Second you make japan pay everything from costs of the disaster to the shut down of the plant… why, because you had contracts, and there was no fault but a natural disaster. win/win for everyone except the people, because they end up with more reactors on the other coast.

  2. You need more traction and followers in the U.S.. I worked for media and you should try to contact some news and current event shows to do interviews about your work. It is really common in the U.S. for “alternative media”, which is what you are doing, to speak on radio. Contact the producers and I bet you will get invited to speak.

    Arnie Gunderson was a guest on the Thom Hartmann Show. thomhartmann.com

    He was also on the Alex Jones Show. infowars.com

    American college kids and informed adults on the West and East Coast watch RT. rt.com. they might have you on.

    DW.de is Germany’s intl english language news channel and Germany just shut down all nuclear plants.

    Good luck, bro. I have been reading you for the last 2 years and you deserve the highest medal a Japanese citizen can get. Bravo!

  3. this enourmous unstopable disposal will decrease lifes quality for every single species on this dirty damned planet for thousands of years … it’s consequencen for health for anyone will be irresistible and devastating. japans population soon will face them the first and the world follow. not only because of fukushima … but because of the next … and the next … and the next … until the end. how to serve +7 billions growing economy with less power … there is no greater lie then the shut down of nuclear power. you simply can’t… if one country shuts it down… there neighbors build more reactors and serve there neighbors… who won? nobody, because you just centralize always more masses of radioactive on a spot, by any corporate claiming everything is safe. so good night and sleep rested!

    1. The present civilian nuclear power reactor scheme is not economic, safe or even sustainably expandable. The world supply of economically recoverable uranium would not last long, if nuclear power provided the world electrical supply. We cannot accurately refer to nuclear power reactors as ‘commercial’, because they are NOT commercially competitive, with fossil fuels.

      The projected and observed FAILURE rate is 1/10,000 reactor years. Thus with 1,000 global reators we could reasonably anticipate a meltdown every 10 years.

      MOX fuel significantly increases the RISK of reactor failure and the severity of reactor failure; witness the Supersonic DETONATION and fuel scattrering by FDU-3. The plutonium isotopes in MOX fuel also increase the incidence and SEVERITY of negative health impacts to workers, general public and the environment. Further, MOX fuel significantly INCREASES reactor fuel cost. Nuclear recycling is arguably the most obvious ‘NON-STARTER’ in Human History.

      The future of the civilian nuclear power industry is sickness, death, devastation and desolation.


      Bill Duff

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This website updates the latest news about the Fukushima nuclear plant and also archives the past news from 2011. Because it's always updated and added live, articles, categories and the tags are not necessarily fitted in the latest format.
I am the writer of this website. About page remains in 2014. This is because my memory about 311 was clearer than now, 2023, and I think it can have a historical value. Now I'm living in Romania with 3 cats as an independent data scientist.
Actually, nothing has progressed in the plant since 2011. We still don't even know what is going on inside. They must keep cooling the crippled reactors by water, but additionally groundwater keeps flowing into the reactor buildings from the broken parts. This is why highly contaminated water is always produced more than it can circulate. Tepco is planning to officially discharge this water to the Pacific but Tritium is still remaining in it. They dilute this with seawater so that it is legally safe, but scientifically the same amount of radioactive tritium is contained. They say it is safe to discharge, but none of them have drunk it.


September 2013