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

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My acquaintance in Nihonmatsu city told me the administration took away his glass badge the other day. He said it was because his exposure dose was too high. They are manipulating the statistics to try to keep the average lower than actual. The administration is really deceptive !




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[Express] “Ils m’ont retiré mon badge en verre parce que la dose d’exposition était trop élevée”

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Une connaissance de la ville de Nihonmatsu m’a dit que l’administration lui a retiré son badge en verre l’autre jour. Il a dit que c’est parce que sa dose d’exposition était trop élevée. Ils manipulent les statistiques pour essayer de faire croire que la moyenne est plus faible qu’en réalité. L’administration est vraiment trompeuse !
— 藤井秀雄 ブッディズム反核会議さん (@tatsuofujii) 2013年5月6日

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