[Column] What I’m doing with Japanese people recently

Note : If you are from the international mass media, Don’t read this site before taking a contact with me.
I think you’ve seen the purple letters and the new paypal button on the right side of the site since a couple of days ago.


This is to ask for the financial support of the arctic circle research.


The destination is Svalbard. I’m going there from November to December.

I’ve been planning this since the summer of 2012.


Some people thankfully offer “the shelters” from around the world, such as house, meal, etc..

but for most of the Japanese people, the biggest concern is visa and job.

Indeed “job” is not the matter for some people when they are married and the spouse is working somewhere else, or work on the internet by themselves, or have enough savings etc..

However no one can escape from the visa problem.


That place I’m going to doesn’t require Japanese to have a visa.



I know most of the readers have nothing to do with this research project.

so I announced it only in Japanese, but I thought I have the responsibility to explain what I’m doing also in English.


The interested Japanese people donate me 10$ ~ so they can access the closed Facebook group or the private Tumblr page, where I update what I saw and heard in Svalbard. I’m already updating the correspondence with the governor and other local information.


Sure you can use the new paypal button or whatever. It’s me as Fukushima Diary to receive your support anyway. The old vivid pink buttons are also active.


This is what I’m doing and will do soon.



I reject the international mass media to read this site without taking a contact with me.I know some of the mass media corporations read Fukushima Diary to understand the trend so they know when to report about Fukushima as if they were independently following it for a long time.
In short, they make you individual readers pay for this site while they pay nothing, and when they publish the “authorized news”, you pay for the “secondhand news”, which is nothing new for us.
This site is free for the individual readers, but not for corporations.In the world, this site is nearly the only source about Fukushima. I came here alone without any supporting organizations, background or anything. I’m not pleased to be exploited by the corporations that didn’t even properly report about Fukushima when 311 took place. I demand them to take a contact with me BEFORE reading this site whatever the purpose is.


Français :

[Édito] Ce que j’ai commencé à faire avec des japonais
Note : Si vous êtes de la grande presse internationale, ne lisez pas ce site sans avoir préalablement pris contact avec moi.


Je pense que depuis un ou deux jours vous avez remarqué les lettres en violet et les nouveaux boutons Paypal à droite du site.

C’est pour appeler au soutien financier sur les recherches dans le cercle arctique.

La destination est Svalbard. J’y vais entre novembre et décembre.
Je le prévois depuis l’été 2012.

Certains m’ont heureusement offert “des refuges” tout autour du monde, un foyer, des repas, etc.
mais pour la plupart des japonais la plus grande inquiétude est sur un visa et un travail.
En fait, “trouver un travail” n’est pas le problème pour ceux dont l’épouse travaille par ailleurs, travaillant eux-mêmes sur internet, ayant assez d’économies, etc.
Néanmoins, personne ne peut échapper au problème du visa.

L’endroit où je vais n’exige pas de visa pour les japonais.

Je sais que la plupart des lecteurs n’ont que faire de ce projet de recherche.
C’est pour ça que je ne l’ai publié qu’en japonais mais j’ai pensé avoir la responsabilité d’expliquer ce que je fais en anglais aussi.

Les japonais intéressés me donnent 10$ et plus pour avoir accès au groupe fermé de Facebook ou à la page privée de Tumblr où je mets à jour ce que j’ai déjà vu et entendu sur Svalbard. J’y ai déjà mis à jour la correspondance avec le gouverneur et d’autres informations locales.

Bien sûr, vous pouvez utiliser le nouveau bouton Paypal ou autre. Dans tous les cas c’est moi qui reçoit vos dons en tant que Fukushima Diary. Les anciens boutons roses pétard sont également actifs.

C’est ce que je suis en train de faire et c’est ce que je vais bientôt faire.


Note : Si vous êtes de la grande presse internationale, ne lisez pas ce site sans avoir préalablement pris contact avec moi.

J’interdis à la grande presse internationale de lire et d’utiliser ce site sans préalablement prendre contact avec moi. Je sais que certaines grandes sociétés de presse lisent le Fukushima Diary pour comprendre la tendance et trouver quand rendre compte de la situation de Fukushima comme s’ils la suivaient indépendamment depuis longtemps.
En résumé, ils vous font payer à vous, simples lecteurs, ce qu’ils prennent gratuitement dans ce site et lorsqu’ils publient des “nouvelles de première main” vous payez pour des “nouvelles resucées”, qui n’ont rien de nouveau pour nous.
Ce site est gratuit pour les lecteurs individuels, pas pour les sociétés. Ce site est pratiquement la seule source au monde sur Fukushima. Je viens ici seul sans aucun soutien d’organisation quelconque, ni références, ni rien. Je n’apprécie pas de me faire exploiter par ces sociétés qui n’ont même pas été foutues de relater correctement ce qui se passait à Fukushima quand a eu lieu le mois de mars 2011. Je leur demande de prendre contact avec moi AVANT de lire ce site dans quelque but que ce soit.

  1. Tokyo Evacuation

    http www channel4 com/ (news/fukushima-japan-nuclear-biggest-month-2011) Tuesday 15 October 2013 Japan , World

    Fukushima: why next month is its biggest since 2011

    The headlines are alarming: vast leaks of radioactive water, international experts being drafted in and spikes in radiation levels. But how bad is the situation at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant? In November, Tepco is due to carry out a new operation which could be the most risky since the early dark days of the initial crisis sparked by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. The World Nuclear Report in 2013 said the operation had the potential to cause “by far the most serious radiological disaster to date” if it goes wrong. It warns of the possibility of apocalyptic scenarios including the evacuation of 10 million people in the surrounding area, including Tokyo.

  2. So, is Dr. Simper?: A) stupid, B) lying, C) corrupt, D) trying to kill his family, E) suicidal, F) Insane, G) All of the above

    http www channel4 com/ (news/fukushima-japan-nuclear-biggest-month-2011) Tuesday 15 October 2013 Japan , World – Fukushima: why next month is its biggest since 2011

    And Dr Simper goes further – perhaps further than many could countenance at this point, although it will be a bit of good news for Tepco in a sea of criticism which has been easily as toxic as anything the plant has leaked.
    Dr Adrian Simper of the UK Nuclear Decommissioning Authority recently chaired a trip of the group to Fukushima.

    “People will absolutely be able to come back and live here,” he told Channel 4 News. “In fact, I believe people should be able to return now. I would have no hesitation in moving my family to Fukushima…it’s a lovely part of the world.” Dr Adrian Simper would take his family to live near the Fukushima nuclear plant – but what is it actually like living and working in the area? In the final instalment of our Fukushima series, coming up later this week,

    Channel 4 News speaks to locals to find out.

  3. This is a reasonably well crafted, NON-engineering, NON-medical, NON-public health analysis of the Fukushima continuing disaster and the health hazards associated with low-level radiation exposure. The technical errors are about what one would expect from a non-technical author, on any technical subject. Public policy discussions must take backgrounds and capabilities into account as a consensus is forged. The effort is CERTAINLY better reasoned and more accurate than virtually every single Fukushima statement issued to date, by TEPCO and/or the government of Japan. Such matters as the limited usefulness of reactor plutonium isotopes in weapon applications are not critical to the narrative. All plutonium isotopes can produce atomic explosions. Not all are practical for reliable yield.

    http bos sagepub com/ (content/69/5/56.abstract?rss=1) http www huffingtonpost com/ (charles-perrow/fukushima-forever_b_3941589) html Posted: 09/20/2013 2:49 pm, Charles Perrow Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Yale University

    Fukushima Forever

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This website updates the latest news about the Fukushima nuclear plant and also archives the past news from 2011. Because it's always updated and added live, articles, categories and the tags are not necessarily fitted in the latest format.
I am the writer of this website. About page remains in 2014. This is because my memory about 311 was clearer than now, 2023, and I think it can have a historical value. Now I'm living in Romania with 3 cats as an independent data scientist.
Actually, nothing has progressed in the plant since 2011. We still don't even know what is going on inside. They must keep cooling the crippled reactors by water, but additionally groundwater keeps flowing into the reactor buildings from the broken parts. This is why highly contaminated water is always produced more than it can circulate. Tepco is planning to officially discharge this water to the Pacific but Tritium is still remaining in it. They dilute this with seawater so that it is legally safe, but scientifically the same amount of radioactive tritium is contained. They say it is safe to discharge, but none of them have drunk it.


October 2013