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Interesting: This was in 4-Traders report: DAIICHI : Study: Fukushima health risks underestimated

 
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Interesting: This was in 4-Traders report: DAIICHI : Study: Fukushima health risks underestimated
This in an investment reporting magazine....

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DAIICHI : Study: Fukushima health risks underestimated

11/15/2014 | 05:28am US/Eastern

Tokyo, Japan - "Hot spots" of nuclear radiation still contaminate parts of Fukushima Prefecture, according to findings from the latest Greenpeace radiation monitoring mission near the Daiichi nuclear power plant that experienced a melt down after an earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.

Experts from the environmental organisation also claim that authorities have consistently underestimated the amount of contamination and the health risks involved.

Greenpeace will use these results to try to persuade local governments with nuclear power plants in their districts to resist lobbying from the central government to have them reactivated. All 50 of Japan's remaining nuclear plants were shut down following the 2011 disaster.

Greenpeace began independently monitoring radiation in Fukushima within a few days of the nuclear accident, and it has conducted field trips each year since then. The latest such trip took place from October 24-27.

Heinz Smitai, a nuclear physicist, Greenpeace campaigner and participant in the radiation monitoring mission, told foreign journalists at an October 30 press conference in Tokyo that radiation hot spots exist as far as 60 kilometres from the site of the disaster.

For instance, one street in front of a hospital in Fukushima City "is quite contaminated", Smitai said, measuring 1.1 microsieverts of radiation per hour. Although this was one of the highest readings, Greenpeace found 70 other places in the city where the amount of radiation recorded exceeded the Ministry of Environment's long-term target of 0.23 microsieverts per hour.

A sievert is the standard unit for measuring the risk of radiation absorbed by the body. A millisievert is equal to one-thousandth of a sievert, while a microsievert is one-millionth of a sievert. A typical CT scan can deliver from 2 to 10 millisieverts of radiation, depending on the area being scanned.

Radiation 'hot spots'

Greenpeace also monitored contamination in Miyakoji and Kawauchi, the first two locations in the 20-kilometre exclusion zone around the Daiichi plant where the government has lifted its evacuation advisory.

Nevertheless, Greenpeace found numerous points on roads in these areas that exceeded the target of 0.23 microsieverts per hour.

[end snip]

[link to www.4-traders.com]


So basically, they can lie all they want, it's not the truth.

I mentioned the Greenpeace results, Tokyo readings, and elevations of dire proportions in Fukushima Proper on Atom-twit's thread the other day on how wonderful Tepco are....

no wonder he runs away often now....

Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 11/18/2014 06:56 AM
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Re: Interesting: This was in 4-Traders report: DAIICHI : Study: Fukushima health risks underestimated
it is the strangest thing I have ever seen in my entire life .... since WWII we have been told of the harmful effects of radiation (to put it mildly) and no one is denying that radiation IS lethal - or challenging those reports

but they are in complete denial about the fact that it is pouring out of Fushima in lethal amounts - when it can be measured .... around the world - and they refuse to demand that it be stopped


it can be stopped ...

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Re: Interesting: This was in 4-Traders report: DAIICHI : Study: Fukushima health risks underestimated
it is the strangest thing I have ever seen in my entire life .... since WWII we have been told of the harmful effects of radiation (to put it mildly) and no one is denying that radiation IS lethal - or challenging those reports

but they are in complete denial about the fact that it is pouring out of Fushima in lethal amounts - when it can be measured .... around the world - and they refuse to demand that it be stopped


it can be stopped ...
 Quoting: Sunny Daze


i concur.. sad thing is the longer this plays out the more exponential the harm.....
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This in an investment reporting magazine....

[snip]


DAIICHI : Study: Fukushima health risks underestimated

11/15/2014 | 05:28am US/Eastern

Tokyo, Japan - "Hot spots" of nuclear radiation still contaminate parts of Fukushima Prefecture, according to findings from the latest Greenpeace radiation monitoring mission near the Daiichi nuclear power plant that experienced a melt down after an earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.

Experts from the environmental organisation also claim that authorities have consistently underestimated the amount of contamination and the health risks involved.

Greenpeace will use these results to try to persuade local governments with nuclear power plants in their districts to resist lobbying from the central government to have them reactivated. All 50 of Japan's remaining nuclear plants were shut down following the 2011 disaster.

Greenpeace began independently monitoring radiation in Fukushima within a few days of the nuclear accident, and it has conducted field trips each year since then. The latest such trip took place from October 24-27.

Heinz Smitai, a nuclear physicist, Greenpeace campaigner and participant in the radiation monitoring mission, told foreign journalists at an October 30 press conference in Tokyo that radiation hot spots exist as far as 60 kilometres from the site of the disaster.

For instance, one street in front of a hospital in Fukushima City "is quite contaminated", Smitai said, measuring 1.1 microsieverts of radiation per hour. Although this was one of the highest readings, Greenpeace found 70 other places in the city where the amount of radiation recorded exceeded the Ministry of Environment's long-term target of 0.23 microsieverts per hour.

A sievert is the standard unit for measuring the risk of radiation absorbed by the body. A millisievert is equal to one-thousandth of a sievert, while a microsievert is one-millionth of a sievert. A typical CT scan can deliver from 2 to 10 millisieverts of radiation, depending on the area being scanned.

Radiation 'hot spots'

Greenpeace also monitored contamination in Miyakoji and Kawauchi, the first two locations in the 20-kilometre exclusion zone around the Daiichi plant where the government has lifted its evacuation advisory.

Nevertheless, Greenpeace found numerous points on roads in these areas that exceeded the target of 0.23 microsieverts per hour.

[end snip]

[link to www.4-traders.com]


So basically, they can lie all they want, it's not the truth.

I mentioned the Greenpeace results, Tokyo readings, and elevations of dire proportions in Fukushima Proper on Atom-twit's thread the other day on how wonderful Tepco are....

no wonder he runs away often now....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Lies, lies, upon lies...another Tepco disgrace...no honor!
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Re: Interesting: This was in 4-Traders report: DAIICHI : Study: Fukushima health risks underestimated
This in an investment reporting magazine....

[snip]


DAIICHI : Study: Fukushima health risks underestimated

11/15/2014 | 05:28am US/Eastern

Tokyo, Japan - "Hot spots" of nuclear radiation still contaminate parts of Fukushima Prefecture, according to findings from the latest Greenpeace radiation monitoring mission near the Daiichi nuclear power plant that experienced a melt down after an earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.

Experts from the environmental organisation also claim that authorities have consistently underestimated the amount of contamination and the health risks involved.

Greenpeace will use these results to try to persuade local governments with nuclear power plants in their districts to resist lobbying from the central government to have them reactivated. All 50 of Japan's remaining nuclear plants were shut down following the 2011 disaster.

Greenpeace began independently monitoring radiation in Fukushima within a few days of the nuclear accident, and it has conducted field trips each year since then. The latest such trip took place from October 24-27.

Heinz Smitai, a nuclear physicist, Greenpeace campaigner and participant in the radiation monitoring mission, told foreign journalists at an October 30 press conference in Tokyo that radiation hot spots exist as far as 60 kilometres from the site of the disaster.

For instance, one street in front of a hospital in Fukushima City "is quite contaminated", Smitai said, measuring 1.1 microsieverts of radiation per hour. Although this was one of the highest readings, Greenpeace found 70 other places in the city where the amount of radiation recorded exceeded the Ministry of Environment's long-term target of 0.23 microsieverts per hour.

A sievert is the standard unit for measuring the risk of radiation absorbed by the body. A millisievert is equal to one-thousandth of a sievert, while a microsievert is one-millionth of a sievert. A typical CT scan can deliver from 2 to 10 millisieverts of radiation, depending on the area being scanned.

Radiation 'hot spots'

Greenpeace also monitored contamination in Miyakoji and Kawauchi, the first two locations in the 20-kilometre exclusion zone around the Daiichi plant where the government has lifted its evacuation advisory.

Nevertheless, Greenpeace found numerous points on roads in these areas that exceeded the target of 0.23 microsieverts per hour.

[end snip]

[link to www.4-traders.com]


So basically, they can lie all they want, it's not the truth.

I mentioned the Greenpeace results, Tokyo readings, and elevations of dire proportions in Fukushima Proper on Atom-twit's thread the other day on how wonderful Tepco are....

no wonder he runs away often now....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Lies, lies, upon lies...another Tepco disgrace...no honor!
 Quoting: ^Mountain Mistress^


The more lies TEPCO tells, the more they have to keep telling lies to cover up the original lie.

Before long, people start believing it as truth.
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Re: Interesting: This was in 4-Traders report: DAIICHI : Study: Fukushima health risks underestimated
makes me wonder?... they are putting out reports of a third economic failure... and they are surprised why?... dear lord.....
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It kills me, people just don't realize how dangerous nuclear power really is.

Have you been following St Charles IL??? Counts over 7000 today.
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This in an investment reporting magazine....

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DAIICHI : Study: Fukushima health risks underestimated

11/15/2014 | 05:28am US/Eastern

Tokyo, Japan - "Hot spots" of nuclear radiation still contaminate parts of Fukushima Prefecture, according to findings from the latest Greenpeace radiation monitoring mission near the Daiichi nuclear power plant that experienced a melt down after an earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.

Experts from the environmental organisation also claim that authorities have consistently underestimated the amount of contamination and the health risks involved.

Greenpeace will use these results to try to persuade local governments with nuclear power plants in their districts to resist lobbying from the central government to have them reactivated. All 50 of Japan's remaining nuclear plants were shut down following the 2011 disaster.

Greenpeace began independently monitoring radiation in Fukushima within a few days of the nuclear accident, and it has conducted field trips each year since then. The latest such trip took place from October 24-27.

Heinz Smitai, a nuclear physicist, Greenpeace campaigner and participant in the radiation monitoring mission, told foreign journalists at an October 30 press conference in Tokyo that radiation hot spots exist as far as 60 kilometres from the site of the disaster.

For instance, one street in front of a hospital in Fukushima City "is quite contaminated", Smitai said, measuring 1.1 microsieverts of radiation per hour. Although this was one of the highest readings, Greenpeace found 70 other places in the city where the amount of radiation recorded exceeded the Ministry of Environment's long-term target of 0.23 microsieverts per hour.

A sievert is the standard unit for measuring the risk of radiation absorbed by the body. A millisievert is equal to one-thousandth of a sievert, while a microsievert is one-millionth of a sievert. A typical CT scan can deliver from 2 to 10 millisieverts of radiation, depending on the area being scanned.

Radiation 'hot spots'

Greenpeace also monitored contamination in Miyakoji and Kawauchi, the first two locations in the 20-kilometre exclusion zone around the Daiichi plant where the government has lifted its evacuation advisory.

Nevertheless, Greenpeace found numerous points on roads in these areas that exceeded the target of 0.23 microsieverts per hour.

[end snip]

[link to www.4-traders.com]


So basically, they can lie all they want, it's not the truth.

I mentioned the Greenpeace results, Tokyo readings, and elevations of dire proportions in Fukushima Proper on Atom-twit's thread the other day on how wonderful Tepco are....

no wonder he runs away often now....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


This cunt is still at it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 65327182


I reported this... but in hindsight.. not sure you mean me or him.. apologise if I were wrong... if you mean him, yeah...

if you mean me ... yeah, but that's certainly not my nic...

Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 11/20/2014 07:57 AM
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
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