Back in the year 2001 i went to japan.
I landed there on sep-10-2001.
I was so happy to be there.
I meet all kind of wonderfull people.
I went shoping got alot of cool stuff.
Did all kinds of fun stuff.
I ended up getting to stay longer Cuz of the planes being grounded...
I am sad to think about how soon all the streets and shops and beautiful hotels will be emty and abandoned and all the up comeing sickness and
It makes me sad to think that someday japan will look like abandoned chernobyl of today...
Like some kind of 28 days latter stuff.
Its like so sad.
Or that it might just crumble into the sea like i been reading about in other posts like
I hope that don't happend.
That would be so sad and i don't think i could take something like that.
edit on 2-5-2012 by Japanman because: (no reason given)
I used to buy a lot of stuff, especially fashion from Japan until I got blocked by paypal. I hope they do continue on because some of the Japanese
clothing do have some cool formulations in their formal wear and shoes. I loved shopping through them. Hate it that paypal has totally nullified me.
I just cant say anything else than come here and check it by yourself!
We had a Meeting Yesterday and Today and we checked with a Lundlum Pancake
for Radiation, all what we found was the normal Levels of Background Radiation,
0.07- 0.09uSv/h in the Onsen Town of Ito, ca. 100Km South West of Tokyo,
here in Tokyo i get normally 0.09-0.13uSv/h which is 0.03-0.04uSv/h more than
the Time before the Disaster!
For the exact Data of the Radiation in the Soil you need to look for other Pages
dedicated to that Topic but even that Levels are low,
they are only high, very high closer to the Plants!
Don't feel Sad, Sadness eat up you r Soul
Here, this is with my Radex, which is not that good as the Lundlum
edit on 3-5-2012 by Human0815 because: (no reason given)
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