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今日のニュースのおもしろポイント 5/10/2013

今日のニュースのおもしろいポイントをまとめてみました。 福島の日常食から検出されたSr-90と市立、県立図書館で検出された高濃度の放射性物質についてです。   Iori Mochizuki Thank you for considering donation ! Your donation will be spent for: The legal procedure to register Fukushima Diary headquarters. (320USD) So far, 0.00 USD

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[Express] “Hospital food is full of shiitake mushroom even for a pregnant woman”

Introducing important tweets as [Express] for simultaneous updates.   <Translate> The lunch served at the hospital was full of Shiitake mushroom.. can’t eat it, what do they make a pregnant

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[Express] “They took away my glass badge because the exposure dose was too high”

Introducing important tweets as [Express] for simultaneous updates.   <Translate> My acquaintance in Nihonmatsu city told me the administration took away his glass badge the other day. He said it

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430,000 Bq/Kg and 280,000 Bq/Kg measured from dust near public libraries, pref gov blockaded irrelevant place

  According to CRMS (Citizens’Radioactivity Measurement Station), the highly radioactive “dust” was found near the public libraries in Fukushima. The dust samples were taken from 5/1 to 5/2/2013. Locations are

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[11months concealment] Sr-90 measured from children’s food in Fukushima, Fukushima gov “not dangerous level”

  On 5/9/2013, Fukushima prefectural government announced the radiation data of daily food in Fukushima. As a result, Sr-90 was measured from 3 of 78 samples. The details are below,

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Tepco to dismantle reactor1 cover to remove the spent fuel assemblies, “4 years to start removing the fuel”

  On 5/9/2013, Tepco announced they are going to dismantle reactor1 cover in mid 2013. Tepco cannot build the sarcophagus on Fukushima nuclear plant due to the spent fuel assemblies.

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Black smoke from near the north side of reactor6, Tepco “Not fire”

On 5/10/2013, they reported black smoke from near the north side of reactor6 in Fukushima nuclear plant. Tepco concluded it was the gas exhausted from the engine generator turning black