[Express] “74,000 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 from the soil of a park in Da-te city Fukushima”

Introducing important tweets as [Express] for simultaneous updates.



Re-analyzed the soil a children’s park in Da-te city (66km North West from Fukushima nuclear plant) Fukushima. The reading is frightening.

(The screen says)


Cs-134 : 26,600 Bq/Kg, Cs-137 : 47,000 Bq/Kg, Total : 74,000 Bq/Kg


[Express] "74,000 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 from the soil of a park in Da-te city Fukushima"



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Français :

[Express] “74 000 Bq/kg de césium 134/137 dans le sol d’un parc de la ville de Da-te dans Fukushima”
Présentation des tweets importants sous [Express] pour mise à jour simultanée.


Ré-analysé le sol d’un jardin d’enfants de la ville de Da-te (à 66km au Nord-Ouest de la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima). Le relevé est effrayant.
(L’écran dit)
18 janvier 2012
Cs 134 : 26 600 Bq/kg, Cs 137 : 47 000 Bq/kg, Total : 74 000 Bq/kg
74 000 Bq/kg de césium 134/137 dans le sol d'un parc de la ville de Da-te dans Fukushima
伊達市子供の国の土を再測定しました 恐ろしい数値です 永久立入禁止水準ですが日本では立入規制されていません  twitter.com/tokaiama/statu…
— 私のニセモノに注意さん (@tokaiama) 2013年5月24日

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