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DailyReport Fukushima Daiichi 2011/05/11



Daily Report for Fukushima Daiichi

Daily Report for Fukushima Daiichi
Update 2011/05/11



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  • 1. Daily Reportfor big movementnot to neglect people
    Level 7 incident
    at Fukushima Daiichi NPP
  • 2. No Japanese?
    So you will neglect these peoplebecause most information on live is in Japanese only?
    Please Google Translate at 1st.
    Then if you think that you should know it, and cannot find out information in English, please let me know.I will do best to do.
  • 3. Message
    For those who speaks English,
    please share this information and spread out there as a big influencer.
    This is not just a lesson in classroom, but issue you need to work on.
    (Maybe this sound arrogant, but I don’t mean that. I’m sorry for that.I just want you to get on board to help people!)
    Personally I want AC (Anderson Coopers) back here again.
    Because the truth is here, and it’s underneath the peace.
  • 4. Disclaimer
    I’m sorry but I couldn’t spend much time on this work.
    I will confirm and update information here.
    I want delete this “disclaimer” page soon!
  • 5. 2011/05/112 months past, but no big progress
    New Leak reported at Unit#3
    Leak not-controlled at Unit#2
    Tea Leaves contaminated in Kanagawa-pref
  • 6. Before going into topics….
    2 months past,
    but no big progress.
    So…. forget this?
    Now is not the time to cool down discussion and your commitment.
  • 7. 1. New Leak reportedat Unit#3.
    Cesium 134
    Reported so high.
    No actual Bq is described.
    Iodine 131
    96Bq / 1cc
    Leak was confirmed around 10:30am, recovered 18:45
    Source ; http://www.asahi.com/national/update/0511/TKY201105110351.html
    Maybe original source can be found in TEPCO website.So I gonna follow up.
  • 8. 2. Leak not controlledat Unit#2
    As you know it well, some time ago, leak of contaminated water at Unit#2.
    This is different from the incident that NPP released it intentionally.
    It look like that could not hold contaminated seawater with siltfence.So most are supposed to be released into pacific ocean.
    Source : http://www.asahi.com/national/update/0511/TKY201105110215.html
    I gonna follow up.
  • 9. 3. Tea Leaves contaminated / Kanagawa-pref
    • Tea leaves got contaminated.
    Tested twice. 550Bq and 570Bq.
    Reguration: below 500Bq / kg
    Kanagawa-pref requested farmers not to ship tea leaves this year season. This is not an order but just request for self-restraint.
    What they will do next
    Check once a week. If it is below level for 3 times successively, it will be cancelled.
  • 10. 3. Tea Leaves contaminated / Kanagawa-pref
    Minami Ashigara-city, Kanagawa-pref
    about 280km from Fukushima Daiichi NPP
    Right next to Hakone town.
    captured May 9th
    Original Source : Minamiashigara city, Kanagawa-prefhttp://www.city.minamiashigara.kanagawa.jp/index.jsp (Japanese)
  • 11. Fixed Topics(apart from Daily Topics)
  • 12. Is 20mSv safe enough?
    Originally only those who work in NPP.
    But now this is for all, including children.
    Then 100mSv
    This index is also mentioned in many news, with phrase that 20mSv is nothing.
    *Of couse, nothing can be said safe.Yes, it’s the risk.But can you take such risk to your children?Please tell me your opinion.
  • 13. Misc
  • 14. Revised
  • 15. FYI
    I believe that most of you know these but “FYI” just in case.
    TEPCO (TOKYO ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY)http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/nu/fukushima-np/index-e.html
  • 16. Masayuki Otani
    Thank you very much.