Tokyo dust samples measured for Gamma ray activity in Germany. Caesium 134, and Caesium 137 detected. Sample comes from a gutter in Tokyo street, 250 kms away from Fukushima. Caesium migrates to muscle tissue and stays there quite a long time. ‘This stuff is probably all over the place,’ the scientist says. ‘Don’t let children play on grass or in the woods. Beef is highly contaminated in Japan. It’s not possible to decontaminate such large areas. Try not to carry it into your home. A geiger counter is not sensitive enough to pick up small amounts of caesium, but it is bad for your health if you absorb it.’
I also received this email from Susannah today after a brief email correspondence –
I will forward the link to the groups and we will see who has the time and will to send information … you may receive articles and links to film shorts … I live in Bristol, if you are in the area we can meet and I can give you a scientific briefing .. for me the radiation facts are the most pertinent as this is ongoing on a scale far in excess of Chernobyl and assimilating rather Hiroshima after Hiroshima …
the population of Tokyo have radiation sickness, nose bleeds, diarrhoea, sickness .. Fukushima is an open festering wound and in the attempt to silence the media there is denial and therefore lack of action to close down and seal the affected reactors and deal with the melt through into the ground below them. Close to a quarter of a million tons of live ‘waste’ from the affected reactors have been hurredly put into storage barrels which are not up to the task and willy nilly dumped over Japan .. this stuff is live ~ a waiting bomb in attendance at the next earthquake or tsunami … facts, figures, videos of Japanese Parents and Scientists, enquiries … all available … all subject to the media muzzle.
This is affecting the whole world and nobody is doing anything about it … overpopulation may be a problem, but this outpouring will destroy our gene pool beyond redemption.
In whose interest is this ?
Anyone in Japan noticing this kind of thing? We get the occasional Japanese reader on The Tap. This sounds like a nightmare of unparalleled proportions.