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Settlement report of 2/28/2012

One of the readers suggested me an idea to show how much donation I gained the day. It may be controversial but would be interesting for some readers. Settlement report


A member of atomic energy society of Japan found dead on the street

  Following up this article..City councilor to measure radiation in Mizumoto park the first was found dead Prof. Ogawa (68) from Risk management department of Chiba institute of science was

Domestic and global Environment

Tama river fish contaminated

Having the opening season for trout and char fishing in March, each local government is measuring radiation level of fish. As the result, it turned out that fish in Tama


Fukushima gov will use contaminated wood for building materials

Fukushima prefecture is going to financially support local governments for tree thinning as forest decontamination as of April of 2012. They are going to pressure Japanese government to include thinning


220 mSv/h in reactor2. Human can’t work

    Tepco announced they investigated the inside of reactor2 by using a remote controlling robot called Quince 2 on 2/27/2012. It measured 127~220 mSv/h near the container vessel in


Tepco hasn’t filtered Strontium

  Tepco has been purifying contaminated water of the plant coolant system. However, Tepco announced they will introduce a new purifying system for strontium after September, which means they only


Okinawa will accept radioactive debris

Japanese prime minister Noda visited Okinawa on 2/26/2012, then Nakaima Hirokazu, the Okinawa mayor decided they will accept radioactive debris if Japanese government asked them. Having this decision, Naha shi

Core removing struggle

Tepco will retry endoscope operation to reactor 2

  Following up this article..Result of endoscope operation on 1/19/2012 Tepco is planning to check inside of reactor 2 with longer endoscope in late March. They used 10m of endoscope

Effects to be confirmed

Acute lymphatic leukemia news caster Otsuka resigned

Following up this article..Acute lymphatic leukemia news caster Otsuka may die in 5 years for 70% The news caster who had Fukushima vegetables had acute lymphatic leukemia to support Fukushima


Monitoring data saturated after the nuclear explosion of reactor 3

Fukushima prefecture monitored radiation level around Fukushima plants. On 2/7/2012, they released the monitoring data after 311. The data was taken in Ohno Ohkuma machi. The facility is Nal scintillation spectrometer detector.