Thursday, March 17, 2011

Radiation Levels at Tsukuba, 75 km. North of Tokyo, Lower Than Yesterday

As of today, Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 9:50 am: .10 microSv/hour.

See chart measuring current levels here:

I've searched everywhere on the Japanese media and can find has no information about a fire at reactor #4 or the water draining out of the reactor cores like is being reported in the western media...Zip, nada, none. Where does the western press get these reports? This sounds like hysterical BS.

1 comment:

Guy Jean said...

Perhaps the Western media are getting their reports from the same place that Japanese TV are getting them (or maybe from Japanese TV itself), or from Google. You know Google? Very useful.

Mino Monta's program has actually built little models of the 4 reactors and you can clearly see the damage to all 4.

Also, try Googling 福島第1原発4号機
Here's's report from 2011/3/17 10:29, just 23 mins ago