Wednesday, August 03, 2011

Fukushima Radiation So High, Geiger Counter Can't Register It!

Fukushima radiation is six times more than the previous high, more than Geiger counters can register. News media and governments cover it up—and radioactive waste to be used as garden soil!

2 August 2011
by Heidi Stevenson

Radiation levels at Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant suddenly rose to more than six times the highest levels they'd ever reached before now. And, of course, there isn't a hint of it in the mainstream media.

TEPCO, the company that owns the plant, reports today that radiation levels over 10,000 millisieverts per hour have been registered on the second floor of reactor one. How much more, we don't know. Geiger counters can't measure more than 10,000 millisieverts an hour! They say that they have restricted access to the room. But what is likely to happen to the workers who were there? The maximum allowed for reactor employees is now 250 millisieverts—an amount that was increased from 100 millisieverts for no medical reason.

The situation at Fukushima is getting worse. The improvements appear to be mostly cosmetic. And the whole thing is being covered up. Some information leaks out, but mainstream media doesn't touch it, spins it, or buries it.
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Smokey_Cat said...

This is sad, everyone seems to have forgotten about Japan.

Jason said...

This disaster looks far worse than Chernobyl.

texlahoma said...

Smokey - I agree, they hardly ever mention it on TV.

Jason - Yeah, if they don't somehow seal it up, I guess it will spew radiation from now on.

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