News: July 26 2011

Thank you for your totally belated visit and completely meaningless comment in perfect english,IAEA. Welcome to hell anyway. This is the world you made. Do you like it huh ?

Oceanographic Society of Japan doubt the result of their marine pollution check.They need way more accurate marine test.

http://www.tokyo-np.co.jp/s/article/2011072501001083.html

Japanese beverage company,Sangaria abandoned using the tea leaves from Kanto and North Japan area,plus they conduct a new checking system ,which they can detect 1Bq/kg

http://www.sangaria.co.jp/announce/110610.pdf (PDF)

via @da_mayu

だまゆ
by hanayuu@
@hanayuu うちの距離(東京西南)で、被爆症状が出る?と懐疑的ですが、4月に娘が4〜5日鼻血を出し続け、その間に息子も。6月にも兄妹でまた同時に鼻血。で、息子は数日前から膝を痛がっています。 TLで騒いでいることが我が家にも…やはり関係あるのか。

「政治家にとっては路上で何万人の人々がデモを行うより、自分の地元の事務所に有権者が押しかける方がずっと脅威」(By河野太郎議員) 脱原発する気ゼロの海江田大臣。本気で原発を止めたいと思う人、GO!特に新宿・港・千代田区の人。

“The best way to express your opinion is to rash into a near office of politician.”
Here is the address of the minister of economy.Here we go !”

http://kaiedabanri.jp/map.gif

via @masayo53

MASAYO
by @hanayuu
テレビ局や大新聞は、長年国民を騙し、国の衰退に加担してきたのだから、つぶれて当然。サヨナラ。やり過ぎたね。@minako_genki NHKピンチ!地デジ化目前で“生命線”に大異変(夕刊フジ)「ニュースなら携帯電話やインターネットのサイトで十分」と、契約解除の問い合わせ殺到。

“NHK is losing their customer for their historical deceiving news.”

via @keyaki1117

笹山登生
メモ「福島県は25日、同県田村市で栽培された菜種と同県広野町の小麦から、それぞれ720ベクレルと630ベクレルの放射性セシウムが検出されたと発表した。いずれも暫定基準値(1キログラム当たり500ベクレル)を超えている。菜種と小麦で基準値を超えたのは初めて。」

7/25/2011 in Fukushima 720Bq/kg of cesium detected from coleseed, 630Bq/kg detected from wheat.

German gov is quitting radiation spread simulation.Please sign here to ask them not to stop.

http://www.witheyesclosed.net/post/8054351354

Rice harvested in 2010 is becoming expensive by 40~50%

http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20110725-00000003-fsi-bus_all

Fukushima to provide the life-time cancer check→Actually,it’s just for doctors to touch their neck.That’s it.

http://ajw.asahi.com/article/0311disaster/fukushima/AJ201107254926

Fukushima citizens protest for basic human rights→gov totally ignore.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVuGwc9dlhQ&feature=player_embedded

Chernobyl→100 does
Fukushima→27000 does @Ibaraki (cesium and strontium)

http://i.imgur.com/H2OJc.jpg

10,000 cesium “pork” were distributed to all over Japan and they are labelled as “from Kyushu”

http://jisin.jp/news/2502/2756/

Japanese are successfully allowed to be exposed to 100mSv of radiation (including external and internal exposure) for our life span,apart from natural exposure.

http://www.tv-asahi.co.jp/ann/news/web/html/210726036.html

Historically,9 of 10 nuc workers who got cancer have been exposed to less than 100mSv through their “short” life span.The minimum does was only 5mSv.

Plus,their exposure history was manipulated to show they’ve been exposed to lower dose than actual.One of them,a 29 years old worker was “allowed” to work though he got leukemia.

Typical symptoms,nose bleed,fatigue,unstoppable bleeding from gum.
It’s very likely that more cases like this have been hidden from the main stream.

http://mainichi.jp/select/jiken/news/20110726k0000m040176000c.html

The mayor of Nigata prefecture rejects to restart the nuc plants even after the gov’s “stress test” to say the test is nothing but a fake.

http://www.jiji.com/jc/eqa?g=eqa&k=2011072600595

Pork from Miyagi→73Bq/kg
Pork from Fukushima→44〜52Bq/kg

http://www.crms-jpn.com/mrdatafoodcat/food_meat.html

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Anti nuc demonstration on subway.

http://twitpic.com/5vlx1x

Nuc worker in 20s,”I know the risk of hydrogen explosion.I’m ready to die for the world.Of course I gave up marriage.” Salary=180,000JPY/month.
“I can’t quit this job,cuz I don’t think I can get another job after quitting it.”

http://onuma.cocolog-nifty.com/blog1/2011/07/post-1185.html

via @unousanoumunou

nounounou
@banditsden @zishingenpatsu @hanayuu 老後があるから5億円って・・・金の亡者清水社長、サラリーマンの生涯賃金を、契約社員の生涯賃金を知れよ。どんな老後を送るつもりなんだ?

Golden parachute of ex Tepco president,Shimizu. 500,000,000JPY

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