Originally shared by this ministry in July & August 2011: The Japanese government wishes to keep the truth from their people just as Satan wishes to keep the truth from mankind, but we declare it here loudly and freely, sharing truth with those who seek it.
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.
The offshore quake struck today at 11.45am (1345 AEDT) off Fukushima prefecture in the country’s north, at a depth of 30.2km, the US Geological Survey said.
A tsunami was not expected, the Japan Meteorological Agency said, while there were no reports of damage.
Nuclear plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) said that the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant remained stable.
“We are not seeing any new abnormality” at the facility, where work is ongoing to bring reactors to a cold shutdown by the end of this year, a TEPCO spokesman said.
Skyscrapers in Tokyo, some 245km away, were slightly rocked by the tremor.
A 9.0-magnitude earthquake on March 11 triggered a monster tsunami which killed some 20,000 people and crippled the cooling systems at Fukushima, causing meltdowns in some of its reactors.
Hundreds of powerful aftershocks have shaken the region since the March quake. – The Australian
According to The Japan Times, more than 3 millisieverts of radiation were measured in the urine of 15 Fukushima residents of the village of Iitate and the town of Kawamata yesterday. This confirms that internal radiation exposure has occurred.
Millisieverts are a measurement of the amount of radiation dosage received by people.
Both places are about 24 miles from the Fukushima No. 1 power plant. The plant has been releasing radioactive material into the environment since the week of March 11, when an earthquake and tsunami caused core meltdowns.
“This won’t be a problem if they don’t eat vegetables or other products that are contaminated,” said Nanao Kamada, professor emeritus of radiation biology at Hiroshima University. “But it will be difficult for people to continue living in these areas.”
Kamada was on a team with doctors which included Osamu Saito of Watari Hospital in the city of Fukushima. They conducted two rounds of tests on each resident in late May; they took urine samples from 15 people between the ages of 4 and 77.
Radioactive cesium was found in both rounds for each resident.
Reported by this Ministry in March, 2011: The radiation will be spread by the weather, and the radiation will be in the rain that jet streams from Japan to the USA.
The ocean will give its testimony soon about the radiated water as it moves through the currents and affects the sea life.