Japanese citizen “3 teeth fell out within a day”

A Japanese citizen posted on a forum that the person had 3 teeth fall out within a day.


People are posting on various places on the internet that their teeth came out increasingly frequently, but there is no official statistics. Fukushima Diary posts this as a typical case.


It was posted on a Japanese forum on 4/25/2014 with the picture below.

The person comments the first one fell out in the morning when eating dried potato. The second one was broken when having lunch at work.

The last one was broken when drinking coca cola.


As back ground information, Strontium-90 is known to accumulate in bones.





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You read this now because we’ve been surviving until today.


Français :

Un japonais : “3 dents me sont tombées en un seul jour”


Un japonais a publié sur un forum qu’il a vu 3 dents lui tomber en une seule journée.

Les gens publient un peu partout sur internet que leurs dents tombent de façon de plus en plus fréquente mais il n’existe aucune statistique publique officielle. Le Fukushima Diary publie ceci en tant que cas d’école.

Ceci a été publié sur un forum japonais le 25 avril 2014 avec la photo ci-dessous.
La personne déclare que la première est tombée dans la matinée alors qu’elle mangeait des chips. La seconde s’est cassée pendant le repas au travail.
La dernière est partie en buvant un Coca-cola.

Pour mémoire, le strontium 90 est connu pour s’accumuler dans les os.


Vous pouvez lire ceci parce que nous avons survécu jusqu’à aujourd’hui.

  1. This blog has officially jumped the shark.

    Camels and mayors and teeth! Oh my!

    1. If that’s what the guys teeth looked like, I’m not surprised they fell out.

  2. Concealed Statistics and Hidden Data

    By now Guam and Wake Island are both positively STEWING in the Fukushima Nuclear Witches Cauldron. Certainly these islands received a much higher initial dose than most of the USA West Coast.

    So, let the radiocesium heart attacks, congestive heart failure, cardiac muscle damage, electrochemical conduction interference and arrhythmias begin. Guam already suffered HIGH cancer rates due to atmospheric testing and nuclear waste disposal failures. And those Guam cancers will increase significantly, due to the Fukushima airborne and now seaborne nuclear fallout contamination.

    There is a DELIBERATE absence of data, primarily due to Barack Obama being a liar, murderer and member of ‘Team Nuke’. The MONUMENTAL environmental damages done by Barack Obama are as serious as the international diplomacy, snooping, and security foul-ups in Ukraine, Syria, Iran and elsewhere.

  3. A million anecdotes, often add up to valid data.

    When the incidence level of anecdotally reported maladies rises above the statistical norm levels for the entire group … we have data.

    If the Japanese citizenry independently catalog their health data, they can do an ‘end run’ around their corrupt, (domestic & international) public health agencies.

    Medical confidentiality requirements, can be waived, by each individual.

    Let the civilian health data dump begin.

  4. Tooth Faerie Project

    Strontium-90 concentrates in bones and teeth and is associated with bone cancers and leukemia (leukaemia) and various other Blood Cancers.

    High SR-90 doses might kill teeth roots or contribute to jaw and/or gum disease.

    One cold war project collected baby teeth and tested them for Strontium-90. This was mostly low level exposure from atmospheric nuclear bomb tests.

    If memory serves, tooth loss occurred with some regularity in the Chernobyl Liquidators. This would relate to MUCH higher ingestion & contamination levels.


    Bill Duff

  5. Any sign, symptom and/or syndrome

    Nuclear Fallout internal contamination and external irradiation are associated with a countably infinite number of diseases and degenerative processes. There is a ‘Great Pretender’ effect with radiation, as with AIDS, Tuberculosis and Syphilis.

    So, for example, if 20 cancer cases, of a specific type, are expected in a population of a million people, and we anecdotally describe 75 such cases in a population of less than a million … we have DATA. And we probably have convincing evidence of a government coverup.

    Let the avalanche begin!

  6. Lucky Yamaguchi,

    By Wil Longbottom, Updated: 06:51 EST, 6 January 2010, http www dailymail co uk/ (news/article-1240993/Lucky-Yamaguchi-man-survived-Hiroshima-Nagasaki-atomic-bombs-dies-aged-93) html

    ‘Lucky’ Yamaguchi, the man who survived both the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombs, dies aged 93

    Tsutomu Yamaguchi, the only person officially recognised as a survivor of both the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings at the end of World War II, has died at the age of 93. Mr Yamaguchi, known as ‘Lucky’, was in Hiroshima on a business trip for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries on August 6, 1945, when a U.S. B-29 dropped an atomic bomb on the city. He suffered serious burns to his upper body as well as temporary blindness and spent the night in the city. He then returned to his hometown of Nagasaki, about 190 miles to the southwest, which suffered a second U.S. atomic bomb attack just three days later. On August 15, 1945, Japan surrended – ending the war.

    Mr Yamaguchi died on Monday morning from stomach cancer, according to Japanese newspapers. It is not clear if the cancer is related to his exposure to radiation. His family were also badly affected. His son Katstoshi, a baby at the time of the bomb, and his daughter Naoko were ill for much of their lives as a result of exposure to radiation. His son died of cancer in 2005 aged 59. His wife died last year, aged 88, from kidney and liver cancer.

    Around 140,000 people were killed in Hiroshima and 70,000 in Nagasaki. Mr Yamaguchi was one of a handful to have survived both blasts. Around 260,000 people survived one atomic bomb attack, known as hibakusha – literally ‘the explosion-affected people’. Some bombing survivors have developed various illnesses from radiation exposure, including cancer and liver diseases.

  7. The sky became reddish over Hiroshima

    http www damninteresting com/ (eyewitnesses-to-hiroshima-and-nagasaki/)

    Eyewitnesses to Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Article #176 • written by Alan Bellows

    The sound of the American planes drew the attention of the city’s residents, many of whom were outdoors participating in work programs. A few saw a large parachute unfurl beneath the B-29 before it flew away, but most saw only the flash that soon followed. For those who didn’t see the planes, the sudden flare of harsh light was the first indication that something unusual had happened. After I noticed the flash, white clouds spread over the blue sky. It was amazing. It was as if blue morning-glories had suddenly bloomed up in the sky. Then came the heat wave. It was very very hot. Even though there was a window glass in front of me, I felt really hot. It was as if I was looking directly into a kitchen oven. I couldn’t bear the heat for a long time. Then I heard the cracking sound. I don’t know what made that sound, but probably it came from the air which suddenly expanded in the room.

    The sky became reddish over Hiroshima, and saturated with smoke and dust. All who were alive and mobile quickly began to try to help the injured or flee the area, few realizing the magnitude of the destruction. The scent of char was on the air as fires began to break out around the city.

  8. They lose their teeth

    English Site >SPIEGEL Blog >Nuclear Power, April 26, 2006 – 11:35 AM, http www Spiegel de/ (international/chernobyl-liquidators-on-hunger-strike-it-s-as-if-the-state-wants-us-to-die-sooner-a-413019) html

    Chernobyl “Liquidators” on Hunger Strike: “It’s as if the State Wants us to Die Sooner”

    Seven former “liquidators” — sent to clear the Chernobyl disaster area following the 1986 nuclear meltdown — are on hunger strike to protest cuts in their disability payments. The hunger strike will end on Wednesday, April 26, the twentieth anniversary of the disaster. Sergei Kulish, has been on hunger strike since April 5.

    Kulish was 24 and a father of two when he was called up to measure radiation levels in the disaster area and later hose off the streets of Prypiat, the town closest to the reactor complex. At the time, it was thought that Prypiat would be inhabitable again after a few days. Many liquidators removed their respirators as they worked. Later, it was understood that radiation levels in Prypiat were far too high for anyone to live there again. Kulish soon began to suffer from chronic headaches, heart trouble and other health problems. “Chernobyl liquidators keep dying one by one,” Kulish told the AP. “They lose their teeth. They mostly cannot work because of their disability. And they get ridiculously low support from the state.”

  9. Many lost their teeth

    Mae Keane, Whose Job Brought Radium to Her Lips, Dies at 107

    By WILLIAM YARDLEYMARCH 13, 2014, N.Y. / Region, http www nytimes com/ (2014/03/14/nyregion/mae-keane-who-painted-watch-dials-with-a-radium-mixture-dies-at-107) html?_r=0

    Like other young women working at the Waterbury Clock Company in Connecticut the 1920s, Mae Keane was taught a specific technique for applying paint to the numbers on wristwatch dials: Put the tip of the tiny brush between your lips to shape the bristles into the finest of points. It was not regular paint. It was made with a relatively new material that most people did not know much about, something called radium. Watchmakers liked it because it glowed in the dark. Later, it became clear that it killed. Had Mrs. Keane stayed longer, she might have become one of the many sad stories involving the so-called radium girls, the hundreds of young women who worked with radium paint in factories early in the 20th century. Many were still in their 20s when they died of cancer from radiation poisoning. Others succumbed later, and to other health problems related to radium exposure. Many lost their teeth; some also lost their jawbones. They did not necessarily know why.

    Mae Keane was perhaps the last living participant in a particularly dark moment in American industrial history. Decades later, scientists dug up bones of the dead and found they were radioactive. Books, poems and at least one play have been written and documentary films have been made about the radium girls. Many years after the Waterbury Watch Company closed, radiation was still present at the site.

    A version of this article appears in print on March 14, 2014, on page B10 of the New York edition with the headline: Mae Keane, 107, Whose Job Brought Radium to Her Lips

    “Many lost their teeth; some also lost their jawbones.”


    by Gulnoza Saidazimova and Claire Bigg, http www albionmonitor com/ (0604a/chernobyliquidators) html

    Kadyrbek Sasykulov, the president of the Union of Chernobyl, a Kyrgyz veterans’ association, participated in the liquidation work in 1988. By that time, he says, people knew about the scale of the disaster. But, despite their protests or even outright refusal, Sasykulov and many others were forced to go to Chernobyl. Some 80 percent of us protested. But our commanders said we would be punished as deserters if we left. They threatened us.” Sasykulov worked in Chernobyl for four months.

    “On the third day, many of us felt a sour taste in our mouths and our bodies felt weak. In 1989, after I returned, I had pain all over my body and my joints were weak. In 1991, I retired as a disabled veteran, as did my fellow officers who served at Chernobyl,” Sasykulov said. Sasykulov’s story is sadly familiar. Many liquidators have since faced severe health problems. Of the 32,000 liquidators from Kazakhstan, there are now just 6,000 left. According to the Almaty-based Union of Chernobyl, some 4,000 former liquidators die every year in post-Soviet countries.

    Sasykulov is one of 4,500 Kyrgyz citizens who cleaned up the disaster in 1986-89. There are some 1,750 left in Kyrgyzstan at present. He says the children of the liquidators are also suffering from the consequences of the disaster. “Over 85 percent of [those remaining] are disabled,” Sasykulov said. “There are 1,650 children born from the liquidators. Of them, 15 percent are badly sick and disabled. Our task is to address their social needs and also provide medical assistance. Lack of medicine is a big problem. Many Chernobyl liquidators die, many of them and their children are sick.”

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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.


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