posted on Aug, 18 2011 @ 02:23 PM
reply to post by Vitchilo
We've known it was bad in Tokyo since months ago when they said radioactive sewage sludge was piling up faster than they could deal with it and they
were running out of storage space.
I do have a nit to pick with your thread title "Radiation in some parts of Tokyo higher than Chernobyl exclusion zone", the video doesn't really
support the claim "parts" as in plural, as he said they found one such reading in Tokyo. So a more accurate title representing the video would
be:"At least one radiation measurement in Tokyo higher than Chernobyl exclusion zone". If there's one such measurement there are probably more so
your title may indeed be true, but it's not really what the video says.
In any case, it's not a good situation. I do think there's a difference between inhaling hot particles, versus getting exposed to radiation
externally. The latter exposure may be temporary, while the former exposure may not be temporary at all, so I thought it was worthwhile for the video
to make that distinction.
They must be playing the Ann Coulter video in Tokyo, where she claims that radiation is good for you.