Living in Fukushima : Stories of Decontamination and Reconstruction

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posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 04:29 PM
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Living in Fukushima : Stories of Decontamination and Reconstruction


A bit of Propaganda meets Reality and Information!




posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 04:54 PM
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reply to post by Human0815
 

interesting video,,,,



i am missing the connection ,,here,,



too this,,



can u translate, into a western,????, understanding??,, because i may be miss-interpteting, the mean,, for the kids,,,


i guess perspective is everything,,,was the waiter,, a shogun/samari,,,,or just male patern baldness???unusuall i thought,,, in Japan.



posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 05:00 PM
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The Frog was the Mascot of this Village because his Habitat is located there,
now this Frog is a Mascot again because of a Wordgame, the meaning of "Return"!
edit on 29-11-2013 by Human0815 because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 05:05 PM
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Here is the legal Framework, they translated it in English which is a
nice behaviour!

Decontamination Policy

And related Documents:
Off-Site Decontamination

This are all massive Pd-Files which may reduce Disinformation
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posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 05:07 PM
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thnk u for the reply so quick,,

well too be honest if u wanted too study the effects,, and warning signs,,, in nature,,, due too radio active sub. Mr Frog,, could not have been a better choice,,,scientifically.

Hope u keep an eye on all those Tad-polls.

because it will manifest there first.

be safe. be aware. be strong.



posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 05:15 PM
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There are People who buy a Alu-Can of cold Coke from a Vending Machine
when they are thirsty and there are People who prepare Green-Tea
well in advance!

No, Frogs are as far as i remember in the last Group of "Mutations in Animals",
anyway the Contamination of that specific Place is very low and in a few Years
gone when everything goes well in Daiichi!

As i wrote already many Times there are Places even 5 Km away from the Plant
where the Contamination was under 1.Milli-Sievert/ Year (less than ca. 0.21 micro-Sievert/Hour)
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posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 05:18 PM
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never cared for tea,,an odd thing,, did a study on "Tea and where does it come from" in Grade school,,,

almost won a contest,, lol

but hey,, i was left handed,, so ,,oh well..



posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 08:02 PM
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Human0815
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There are People who buy a Alu-Can of cold Coke from a Vending Machine
when they are thirsty and there are People who prepare Green-Tea
well in advance!

No, Frogs are as far as i remember in the last Group of "Mutations in Animals",
anyway the Contamination of that specific Place is very low and in a few Years
gone when everything goes well in Daiichi!

As i wrote already many Times there are Places even 5 Km away from the Plant
where the Contamination was under 1.Milli-Sievert/ Year (less than ca. 0.21 micro-Sievert/Hour)
edit on 29-11-2013 by Human0815 because: add info


Who cares about Coke Cans what about the used women's panties vending machines??? Can Strontium 90 or other radioactive isotopes and elements be blocked out by the machines?
Mods-I'm serious here...I want to know. 10, 000 ¥ is a lot to spend if you're on a limited used women's panty buying budget.



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 10:12 AM
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I think your Question missed a bit of Respect and is full of Sexism


But nice as i am i will answer it:
"Yes, a typical Japanese Vending Machine provide perfect Protection from
any harm of Strontium-90 for the Underpantsu, as well as any other Products
like Drinks, Foods and Goods"
because:

Natural strontium is nonradioactive and nontoxic, but 90Sr is a radioactivity hazard. 90Sr undergoes β− decay with a half-life of 28.79 years and a decay energy of 0.546 MeV distributed to an electron, an anti-neutrino, and the yttrium isotope 90Y, which in turn undergoes β− decay with half-life of 64 hours and decay energy 2.28 MeV distributed to an electron, an anti-neutrino, and 90Zr (zirconium), which is stable.[3]

Note that 90Sr/Y is almost a pure beta particle source; the gamma photon emission from the decay of 90Y is so infrequent that it can normally be ignored.

Strontium-90 Wiki

Beta Particle do not travel far and could be easily prevented from entering
such sophisticated and dedicated Service Robots,
a few Milli-Meter of Aluminum, Steel, Wood or even Clothes are enough!

Working with Beta Particle is relative Simple and un dangerous when the People
use a Mask!

PS: i never ever saw such a Vending Machine for "used" Underpantsu
and think that they are more than uncommon,
in Fukushima Prefecture i would exclude such Thing for sure
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posted on Jan, 28 2014 @ 04:21 AM
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Consistency required for Fukushima return


Decontamination near the Fukushima Daiichi plant is progressing more efficiently, with convergence on measures that will support a return to evacuated areas. An IAEA team encouraged experts to communicate that radiation dose rates below 20 mSv per year are acceptable.
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During the accident in March 2011 some 160,000 people were evacuated from an area within 20 kilometres of Fukushima Daiichi as well as zone to the northwest. The majority are yet to return to their home towns, although most have been able to make daylight visits to maintain property. The government has surveyed each evacuated municipality, estimating the dose rates resulting from the contamination and characterising their readiness for return to normality.

Several evacuated municipalities near Fukushima Daiichi have already been classified as 'ready to return' - meaning they have a calculated doses rate of 20 mSv per year or less. However, this is based on a generic formula that assumes a person spends 8 hours outside with no protection, and the rest of the time inside. In fact, the formula has been shown to significantly overestimate individual doses, due to different amounts of time spent outdoors and because people will readily modify their daily routines when given advice on how to reduce their radiation dose. In 22 towns across Fukushima prefecture a study of 77,400 people recorded individual doses some three to seven times less than those predicted by the generic formula.

"There needs to be a continued movement towards the use of individual doses, as measured by personal dosimeters," said the IAEA. This would support planning for resettlement, and can also reassure people in the wider prefecture - particularly parents of small children.

Whole Story

In my Opinion:
i would not advise to return with Kids
but when old enough (after the Stop of "Reproduction")
i would say that they are able to accept a much higher Radiation Dosage.

Many of the older People want to return and imo they should be able to go back
to their Soil, to their House and to their Home!





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