Olympic games in Fukushima: Is it safe?

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Fukushima city is going to host Olympic baseball and softball games in 2020.
What is the level of radio-contamination there? This is the question on everybody’s mind, spectators and players from all over the world. Is it really safe?

Baseball and softball games will take place in Azuma Sports Park in Fukushima city.

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Fukushima prefecture provides the information below on the radiation measurements of the Park.

4Measurements of the airborne radiation dose in the baseball stadium: No 13-16
Those of the softball stadium: No 4
The lines above and below indicate the value of the radiation dose at 1cm and 5cm above the ground.

We notice that, as usual, Fukushima prefecture gives only measurements in terms of radiation dose. Based on this information, one might think that it would be relatively safe to play there or to attend the games. However, monitoring only the radiation dose is not enough for…

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4 thoughts on “Olympic games in Fukushima: Is it safe?”

  1. JAPAN IS NOW PREPARING CIVILIANS TO HAVE MILITARY DRILLS, IN THE EVENT OF WAR WITH NORTH KOREA. THERE MAY NOT BE ANY GAMES, IF A WAR BREAKS OUT. IT IS HIGHLY ADVISABLE FOR PEOPLE TO STAY WHERE THEY ARE, AND NOT TO TRAVEL, ESPECIALLY OUTSIDE ANY COUNTRY, IN CASE FAMILY AND/OR FRIENDS NEED THEM. IF PEOPLE WANT TO TRAVEL, IT IS HIGHLY SUGGESTED THAT PEOPLE BE “TOURISTS” IN THEIR OWN COUNTRIES.

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  2. The Whole Wide World needs the Fukushima Games like they need a hole in the head.

    Japan needs the event to continue it’s fatuous diversion of the fact that the original Fukushima event was in fact an Israeli nuclear strike on Japan… believe it or Ripley not…..

    It’s all out in the public….. check here:

    http:http://jimstonefreelance.com/fukushima1.html

    MikeR 😎

    On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 9:07 AM, Rangitikei Enviromental Health Watch wrote:

    > Pam Vernon posted: ” ” >

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