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Measuring the radiation in different parts of Fukushima prefecture

Looove TINKEBELL

Published on 11 Mar 2018

Radiation levels can differ tremendously. Important note: the meaurements made while wearing a white protective suit were made in the red zone. All other measurements were made in zone 2/ Namie and Tomioka, Fukushima. Also, these are just some shots. The average radiation level in Namie and Tomioka is approx. 0,17 a 0,24 microsivert per hour. All measurements are made in July 2017 by TINKEBELL.
Filmed and edited by Linda Zwart.

( Note that these measuements found few hotspots in the limited time allowed but kienaiyoru records many hotsposts in the so called “clean areas” – Arclight2011)

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March 11, 2018 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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