M6.1 hit Western Japan / Seismic scale 5+ in Ehime

At 2:07 of 3/14/2014 (JST), M6.1 hit Western Japan, according to Japan Meteorological Agency.

The epicenter was Iyo-nada. The depth was 80km. The maximum seismic scale was 5+ in Ehime.

Seismic scale 3 was measured even in Nagoya.





Downplay it in the beginning, and quietly add more information so nobody notices it. All for not letting the cattle escape. This is their strategy.


Français :

Un séisme M6.1 frape l’ouest du Japon / Intensité sismique de 5+ dans Ehime


Selon la Japan Meteorological Agency, le 14 mars 2014 à 2:07 (JST), un séisme M6,1 a frappé l’ouest du Japon.
L’épicentre était à Iyo-nada, sa profondeur de 80 km. L’intensité maximale a été de 5+ à Ehime.
Une intensité sismique de 3 a été relevée jusqu’à Nagoya même.


Le minimiser au début et ajouter tranquillement de nouvelles information pour que personne ne le remarque. Tout pour que le troupeau ne s’échappe pas. C’est leur stratégie.

  1. Congratulations on keeping this blog going against all odds.
    Fukushima update seems to have taken most of the web traffic.
    BBC news about Fukushima seems to be ‘Keep Calm and Commit Suicide’.
    Appalling, disgusting, unrelentingly miserable.
    If you get a chance come and visit the albatross, dolphins and seals in the Southern Ocean.

  2. Ehime…the site of Ikata NPP. The one that Abe and co. want to start first and is a major fault line and right next to the sea. If the wind is blowing the right way, an accident would cover Kobe and Osaka.

  3. Cherry Picked DATA from a basket of dubious reassurances and outright deceptions.

    http www theguardian com/ (world/2014/mar/09/fukushima-children-debate-thyroid-cancer-japan-disaster-nuclear-radiation)

    Three years after the plant suffered a triple meltdown that released huge quantities of radiation into the atmosphere, medical authorities in Fukushima prefecture are reporting a significant rise in the number of thyroid cancer cases among local children and young adults.

    Last month, the number of confirmed and suspected cases of thyroid cancer among people aged 18 or below at the time of the accident rose to 75, compared with 59 at the end of last September. Of the current total, 33 cases have been confirmed as cancer.

    Thyroid cancer normally affects one to two people per million among 10 to 14-year-olds in Japan, a rate far lower than observed in Fukushima, although tests there apply to people aged up to 18.

    Dillwyn Williams, emeritus professor of pathology at Cambridge University, pointed out that a noticeable increase in thyroid cancers was not observed until three to four years after the Chernobyl accident.

    In Fukushima, the first recorded cases of thyroid cancer – whose latent period can be between four or five years to several decades – came just a year after the meltdown. In Chernobyl, it took four years before cancer rates rose.

  4. This does not look good.
    Work at Fukushima is not progressing and the chance of an earthquake too large happening there keeps increasing over time.
    It does not look good at all.

  5. Japanese children welcome in Melbourne, International Baccalaureate available at many private and government schools for teenagers,or go to University, not worry about food security for a while.
    Just put the kids from Fukushima on a plane for a holiday away from there.
    Can’t the local government sponsor them some time out?
    So sorry so many of the Tepco workers have been subjected to such terrible exposure, and suffering, now and in the future. They have been very brave, sometimes the fact that they keep on turning up for work is lost in the commentary about mistakes and problems. Good on them for doing their best, in a worst case scenario work environment.

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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.


March 2014