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Saturday, 7 June 2014

Koriyama city Fukushima : From Janick Magne right now in Fukushima prefecture for 3 days : Update


In front the Koriyama train station : The official counter Geiger indicates 0,193 microsierts/h. My gamma Scout indicates more at this exact place: 0,219 micro sievert. It even went up for a short time (0,292). A little further it climbed up to 0.393. I will continue my rasdiation measuring quest thru Koriyama city ...

From Janick Magne right now in Fukushima prefecture for 3 days 
Photo: My dear friend Janick Magne is in 福島県郡山市 Koriyama shi, Fukushima. On the left her Gamma Scout geiger showing over .323 uSv (1m off the ground) while on the left the monitoring station shows .241 uSv. 

うそ  LIARS!  所有擁核者都是騙子!

This is a public garden in the center town where kids play. 

Picture by Janick Magne
Janick Magne is in 福島県郡山市 Koriyama shi, Fukushima. On the left her Gamma Scout geiger showing over .323 uSv (1m off the ground) while on the left the monitoring station shows .241 uSv. 

うそ LIARS! 所有擁核者都是騙子!

This is a public garden in the center town where kids play. 





Nihonmatsu at 23 h: 1,452 microsievert/h in a parking lot after "decontamination"
In front the Koriyama train station : The official counter Geiger indicates 0,193 microsierts/h. My gamma Scout indicates more at this exact place: 0,219 micro sievert. It even went up for a short time (0,292). A little further it climbed up to 0.393. I will continue my rasdiation measuring quest thru Koriyama city ...

From Janick Magne right now in Fukushima prefecture for 3 days
Photo: My dear friend Janick Magne is in 福島県郡山市 Koriyama shi, Fukushima. On the left her Gamma Scout geiger showing over .323 uSv (1m off the ground) while on the left the monitoring station shows .241 uSv. </p><br />
<p>うそ  LIARS!  所有擁核者都是騙子!</p><br />
<p>This is a public garden in the center town where kids play. </p><br />
<p>Picture by Janick Magne
Janick Magne is in 福島県郡山市 Koriyama shi, Fukushima. On the left her Gamma Scout geiger showing over .323 uSv (1m off the ground) while on the left the monitoring station shows .241 uSv.うそ LIARS! 所有擁核者都是騙子!
This is a public garden in the center town where kids play.
 

Nihonmatsu at 23 h: 1,452 microsievert/h in a parking lot after "decontamination"
From our friend Janick Magne in Fukushima prefecture for 3 days :
Koriyama city Fukushima :
In front the Koriyama train station : The official counter Geiger indicates 0,193 microsierts/h. My gamma Scout indicates more at this exact place: 0,219 micro sievert. It even went up for a short time (0,292). A little further it climbed up to 0.393. I will continue my rasdiation measuring quest thru Koriyama city ...
In the district close to the train sation : Taken at 1 meter from the ground, the levels vary from 0,2 to 0,4 micro sievert/ h. To compare, in Tokyo right now they vary from 0,05 to 0,08 micro sievert/h.
Public garden in the city center : my Gamma Scout indicates more than this official counter Geiger . Would you let your children play here with a radiation level of 0,241 microsieverts/h ? Not me.
Leaving now Koriyama to go next to Nihonmatsu.
Nihonmatsu city, between Fukushima city and Koriyama city:
At a parking after "decontamination" 1.452 microsieverts / hour
Beside the parking lot of Denny's restaurant, at 1PM, at ground level: 1,116 microsieverts / h, which is 10 millisieverts / year. Ten times the dose considered acceptable.
Besides a rice field near Nihonmatsu city: 0.845 microsieverts / hour at one meter level and it continued to rise.
At ground level it rised to 1.2 microsieverts. I can not imagine what is in the soil of those rice fields ... In Motomiya near Nihonmatsu, Fukushima prefecture, about a hundred miles from the Fukushima-1, next to a rice field, I found these beautiful azaleas in bloom. Radioactivity exceeding 1 microsieverts / h on azalea bushes, and it is even higher at the edge of the rice itself (1.2 microSv / h)
Motomiya City (near Nihonmatsu, Fukushima prefecture)
I measured the radioactivity on the bags of contaminated soils seen everywhere: 1,582 microsieverts / h.
One example among many: Everywhere in the town of Motomiya (next to Honmatsu, Fukushima prefecture) are found everywhere these bags containing contaminated soil. The bags are removed and transported elsewhere and others come to replace them immediately. People here tell me this is endless. The sign reads: "forbidden to enter, it's dangerous" but the bags are placed on a completely open space near a house. See next picture for measuring radioactivity (1.5 microsieverts).
Fukushima city
In the streets of the city of Fukushima. Downtown in the avenue near the train station
Fukushima city this Monday, June 9, in downtown, along a sidewalk 2,308 microsieverts / h This is then rised to 2.9.
Along the sidewalk in the avenue where the Rich Hotel is located: 0,810 microsieverts / h
Fukushima city, this kind of high measurement is found everywhere at sidewalks at the bottom of the walls along the streets.
Fukushima city, downtown Sorry, I took the picture upside down. Along sidewalks found around this kind of radioactivity: 1,116 microsieverts / h
Fukushima city at a crossroads, 1 m above the ground: 0.945 microsieverts / h. Basically, we see the mountain where the contamination keeps coming from. After this photo, I am going toward this mountain, at the foot of which there are several schools.
Dosimeter in the courtyard of one of the schools that are at the foot of the mountain in Fukushima city. The figure is lower than my GammaScout. Here, the soil was scraped and removed. Bags of contaminated soil are buried in public parks and schoolyards or stored at the edge of the forest. The proximity of the forested mountain, extremely contaminated, suggests that despite these precautions, the contamination will be back soon. Schoolyards were "decontaminated" in priority. But all around, on the streets and on the sidewalks, in the bushes and on the ground, the figures remain unacceptably high.
In the city of Fukushima, I walked through the area between the station and the mountain, taking around measurements, the figures vary from 0.1 to 2.9 microsieverts / h with a majority of measures reaching 0.4. The city was largely "decontaminated" but the radioactivity is always present everywhere, both at ground level in the air at a height of 1m.
Besides a rice field near Nihonmatsu city: 0.845 microsieverts / hour at one meter level and it continued to rise.<br />
At ground level it rised to 1.2 microsieverts. I can not imagine what is in the soil of those rice fields ...
Nihonmatsu city, between Fukushima city and Koriyama city:<br />
Beside the parking lot of Denny's restaurant, at 1PM, at ground level: 1,116 microsieverts / h, which is 10 millisieverts / year. Ten times the dose considered acceptable.
In Motomiya near Nihonmatsu, Fukushima prefecture, about a hundred miles from the Fukushima-1, next to a rice field, I found these beautiful azaleas in bloom. Radioactivity exceeding 1 microsieverts / h on azalea bushes, and it is even higher at the edge of the rice itself (1.2 microSv / h)
Motomiya City (near Nihonmatsu, Fukushima prefecture) I measured the radioactivity on the bags of contaminated soils seen everywhere: 1,582 microsieverts / h.
One example among many: Everywhere in the town of Motomiya (next to Honmatsu, Fukushima prefecture) are found everywhere these bags containing contaminated soil. The bags are removed and transported elsewhere and others come to replace them immediately. People here tell me this is endless. The sign reads: "forbidden to enter, it's dangerous" but the bags are placed on a completely open space near a house. See next picture for measuring radioactivity (1.5 microsieverts).
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