Very high radiation hot spot beside of the road: more than 75 microsieverts/hour !!!
The team is looking now in particular for very radioactive mosses and lichens, , which will later be analyzed in a Tokyo University laboratory.
Many scientists are at present participating together benevolently to this collect and analysis project.
77 microsieverts / h.
After analysis, it is common to find more than 1 million becquerels in these mosses, but the mosses discovered yesterday measured at 77 microsieverts will probably have 100 times more!
(Our special thanks to Janick Magne, for her outstanding dedication in collecting true facts and data, wishing to inform everyone of the real situation in Fukushima. )