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Radiation level monitored in Nasu town hall in Tochigi goes down every 8AM (Not Sunday)

According to MEXT, the radiation level monitored in Nasu town hall in Tochigi prefecture goes down every morning around 8AM. It didn’t decrease on 1/6/2013, when is Sunday. Related article..Japanese

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[Chernobyl Cataracts ?] The percentage of students of vision worse than 1.0 became the highest ever since 1948

According to Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, the percentage of students with vision worse than 1.0 is the highest in 2012 since they started the survey in 1948.

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Radiation back ground level was 0.036 μSv/h in Tokyo before 311

According to Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, the radiation level (gamma ray) in Tokyo was 0.036 μSv/h before 311. This was the reference materials of the geiger counter

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Tepco vented PCV of reactor1 after nuclear fuel melted through the RPV, twice

According to JNES’s report “Severe Accident Analyses of Fukushima-Daiich Units 1 to 3″ published on IAEA general conference of 9/17/2012, Tepco vented PCV twice after nuclear fuel melted through RPV

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Environmental consequence analysis by JAEA shows the worse contamination situation than monitoring data by MEXT

According to JNES’s report “Severe Accident Analyses of Fukushima-Daiich Units 1 to 3” published on IAEA general conference of 9/17/2012, environmental consequence analysis by JAEA shows significant difference from the monitoring

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Monitoring data of MEXT is totally incoherent

On 11/7/2012, Fukushima Diary reported monitoring posts are set to indicate radiation level 10% lower than actual. [Link] The data is published on the website of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports,

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Radiation level spiked in western Japan, “0.14μSv/h in Ehime”

According to Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, radiation level spiked up in some prefectures of western Japan. It might be te rain but the radiation level spiked unusually

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[Column] 5 Lessons learnt from M7.3 of 12/7/2012

M7.3 and the series of aftershocks hit coastal area of North Japan. According to Japan meteorological agency, it was not the end, it hasn’t even begun yet. They expect M8.0

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Radiation level spiked up to 0.23μSv/h in Kawasaki city Kanagawa

According to Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, radiation level spiked up from 0.06μSv/h to 0.23μSv/h in Kawasaki city at around 21:00 of 11/28/2012. The location is Ukishima in

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Strontium-90 measured from west of Tokyo

According to the research of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, 29 Bq/m2 of strontium-90 was measured in Yamanashi prefecture, where is in the west of Tokyo. (At the