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0,353 µSv/hour on a Fukushima Train

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This is taken on a train in Nihonmatsu, Fukushima. Nihonmatsu is located in a straight line or air distance at 52.75 km west of Okuma (Fukushima Daiichi).

On a running train, inside of a train, radiation is measured already at 0,353 µSv/hour, you can imagine how much more outside of the train, on the ground.

PM Abe’s government forces the population to return despite the obvious contamination, and people are getting fed up with the given continuous lies.

Credit to Kuniko Yamanoi for that information and photo.

October 23, 2016 - Posted by | Fukushima 2016 | , , ,

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