Japan faces more problems
(Aug 13) Mushrooms Join Growing List of Radioactive Threats to Japan’s Food Chain. Nameko mushrooms grown in the open air in Soma, a city about 40 kilometers (25 miles) north of the crippled plant, were found to contain nine times the legal limit of cesium, the local government said yesterday. Read more HERE.
Products including spinach, mushrooms, bamboo shoots, tea, milk, plums and fish have been found to be contaminated with cesium and iodine as far as 360 kilometers from the station. Contamination was detected in 347 food samples from eight prefectures by June 9, according to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare. Read more HERE. Radiation threats to Japan’s food chain are multiplying as cesium emissions from the crippled Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant spread more widely. Read more HERE.
(Aug 12) A blistering summer heatwave in Japan has claimed four lives and seen 900 people hospitalised this week, media said on Friday, amid an energy saving campaign due to the Fukushima nuclear disaster. The mercury has risen above 35 deg C for three days in a row in much of Japan, where the thermostats of most air-conditioners have been turned down to reduce electricity consumption. Read more HERE.
(Aug 9) Japan is considering the possibility of creating a back-up capital city in case a major natural disaster, like the March 11 earthquake, strikes Tokyo. It is feared if a massive earthquake like the March magnitude 9.0 quake struck Tokyo, it could destroy the country’s political and economic base. Read more HERE.
(Aug 8) Food Riot Fears Strike Japan After Rice Trading Halted Due To Radiation Contamination. Read more HERE.
(Aug 2) Pockets of lethal levels of radiation have been detected at Japan’s crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in a fresh reminder of the risks faced by workers battling to contain the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl. Read more HERE. A handout photograph shows a gamma camera image of an area around the main exhaust stack of Unit 1 and 2 at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s (Tepco) Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power station in Fukushima, Japan, on Monday, Aug. 1, 2011. On Aug. 1 in another area it recorded radiation of 10 sieverts per hour, enough to kill a person “within a few weeks” after a single exposure, according to the World Nuclear Association.
(Aug 2) Japan’s widening ban on cattle shipments after the discovery of radiation-contaminated feed will reduce domestic beef output in the short term. Concerns about radiation-tainted beef continues in Japan as officials struggled to determine the scope of the problem and prevent further contamination of the meat supply. Read more HERE.
(July 31) Officials say that aftershocks continue in the region with often multiple 4.0 or higher aftershocks felt each day. Early morning on Sunday, local time, a quake measuring 6.5 on the Richter scale hit the Fukushima prefecture. The quake was centered about 60 miles south/southeast of Fukushima City. There were no reports of major damage. Also, no tsunami warning was issued. Read more HERE.
(July 31) Heavy rains claimed their first victim in Japan yesterday, and others were missing as floods saw nearly 300,000 people being urged to leave the central Niigata region and tsunami-hit Fukushima. Read more HERE. Helicopter footage on NHK showed bridges over the Shinano River in Niigata partially submerged, while trees and telephone polls had been knocked down. Kamo City in Niigata was extensively flooded, with roads submerged. Read more HERE.
END TIMES TRUTH
Sadly I must say, the Japanese people are doomed. They are being heavily radiated and more earthquakes on the way. Look to Japan, because it is what is in store for the rest of the world (Joseph Guide, March 2011). Japan will soon be faced with an insurmountably wave of people that are suffering from radiation sickness. They were chosen as a doomed example for the rest of the world to look upon and ponder their own eventual fates (Bebai, Aug 2011).
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