Monday, August 15, 2011

Volunteer Dies of Acute Leukemia in Fukushima


Breaking News: A volunteer person died of acute leukemia in Fukushima

http://fukushima-diary.com/category/bnews/

Posted by Mochizuki on August 14th, 2011

The person,who was trying to save animals in 20 km died of acute leukemia.
This news is not covered by any media so now we are trying to figure out more details.

Seemingly,this person has been working in 20km area of Fukushima to save the starving animals left. It was a sudden death,which is very shocking for the surroundings.

Additionally,an NPO “Save Fukushima children in Toyama” ‘s founder died all of a sudden as well.


Majia here: it is shocking if people are beginning to die quickly because of radiation sickness. Let us hope this news is somehow confused.

However, blogger Ex-SKF has a story this morning that implies radiation levels may be far, far higher than we have been led to believe, at least in hot spots

Neptunium-239 Detected from Soil in Iitate-mura in Fukushima???


(excerpted)Correction: my initial post said "several thousand becquerels per kilogram", but on checking the original Japanese post there is no mention of "per kilogram" or per any other unit.)

The information comes from a strange source - the husband and wife comedian couple cum independent journalists attending and reporting on TEPCO and the government press conferences when they are not on stage.

He also went to Iitate-mura. And he tells the couple that he found neptunium-239 in Iitate-mura, about 38 kilometers from the plant, in approximately the same amount as he found at the front gate of Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant. That is the topic of his paper.

 







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