Robot Measures Record High
Radiation In Fukushima Nuclear Reactor
Fukushima Power Plant
EMF Protection Devices
Magnetic Field Detector
Monday Nov 21, 2011
Robots sent inside the
structure which houses Reactor No. 3, one of those where the
fuel melted down in mid-March, measured radiation on the
first floor at a level of 1,600 millisieverts per hour.
This means that any human
being who spent a few hours in that location would receive a
dose of radiation sufficient to end one’s life after a few
highly unpleasant weeks. http://www.presstv.ir/detail/211325.html
These findings underline that
the situation at the Fukushima plant remains dangerous, even
if the situation is gradually improving overall.
The Japanese public remains
concerned. The government continues to promise that they
will keep the public informed.
Wrapping up the nuclear
crisis is only one of the major challenges faced by the
government, another is to rebuild the devastated
To that end, a major step
forward has just been achieved. A US$157 billion
supplementary budget has been passed by the Diet, more than
doubling the funds earmarked for tsunami reconstruction, as
well as funding soil decontamination efforts in Fukushima.
Lawmakers, even of the
opposition parties, emphasize to Press TV that the Japanese
government needs to keep its focus on such domestic issues
In light of the heavy blows
that Japan has been receiving this year, that seems like
eminently sensible advice.