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[Column] To live one second longer

20,000 Bq/Kg of cesium was measured from soil in front of Harajuku station. This is 200 times much as the safety limit before 311. Cyanobacteria in soil concentrates radioactive material.


This is where over 20,000 Bq/Kg was measured in front of Harajuku station, Tokyo

On 8/31/2012, Fukushima Diary reported 21,346 Bq/Kg was measured in front of Harajuku station in Tokyo. (cf, Black substance found at Harajuku station in Tokyo, “21,346 Bq/Kg” [URL]) Because I


6.50 μSv/h from 0.001 kg of black substance

6.50 μSv/h ~ was measured from black substance. The sample was only 0.001 kg. The measurement was conducted last November.   Iori Mochizuki _____ Français : 6,50 μSv/h dans 1


2.08 μSv/h in front of Kashiwa high school in Chiba

Radiation was measured in front of Chiba prefectural Kashiwa high school on 1/20/2013, where is 200km from Fukushima plant, 35km to the center of Tokyo. Atmospheric dose was 0.18 μSv/h,


Black substance in a pool of Soma city, “25.58 μSv/h of α, β, γ and X”

The extremely highly radioactive cyanobacteria, called black substance was found in the bottom of a pool in Soma city Fukushima. (June. 2012) The total dose of α, β, γ and X was


[Black substance] Nuclear expert, “Melanized fungal cells manifested increased growth with radiation exposure”

Cyanobacteria is observed mass generated from Fukushima to Tokyo to concentrate extremely high level of radiation, which is called black substance. (cf, 43 million Bq/Kg of cesium measured from black

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[Column] 5 most meaningful events of 2012 related to Fukushima accident

1. M7 hit Japan on 1/1/2012 At 14:34 1/1/2012 (JST), M7 hit Japan. [Link] It was scale 3 ~4 in Fukushima. 3 hours later, Tepco confirmed the water level of


43 million Bq/Kg of cesium measured from black substance

43 million Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 was measured from black substance taken in Fukushima. Sampling date : Late December 2011 ~ Early January 2012 Analyzing date : 11/17/2012 Cs-134 : 14,617,392.70 Bq/Kg


[Column] 3 reasons why I don’t go back to Tokyo

I left my friends, pets and family back in my hometown next to Tokyo but I don’t want to go back. I have 3 reasons not to go back. 1.


Radiation watcher is losing his eyesight after visiting Fukushima and other hotspots

Fukushima Diary has been reporting a lot of videos of this radiation watcher. He measured radiation level on the street and black substance in Fukushima, Ibaraki, and other locations called