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Wednesday, August 4, 2021

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Evacuate Tokyo And All U.S. Forces

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BY BOB NICHOLS

Widely known physicist Dr. Paolo Scampa, the publisher of the EU AIPRI Blog and an eminent chemical physicist, announced Feb. 25 his latest calculations of deadly radioactivity in Tokyo itself.

The Tokyo suburbs are about 100 miles or 160 km south of the six destroyed, deteriorating and badly leaking nuclear reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi Station for Nuclear Reactors.

Dr. Scampa stated:

“An absorbed dose of 2,94 microSievert/hour at 1 meter of soil means an average deposit of 9,065E5 Bq/m2 of Cs137 -0,661 MeV-. This amount for 1 meter is in fact situated between a maximum deposit of 5,439E6 Bq/m2 for low energy gamma rays from radioactive elements such as U238 [0,0495 MeV] and a minimum deposit of 2,176E5 Bq/m2 of very energetic gamma rays from radioactive elements such as Co60 [2,55 MeV]. This dose corresponds to 25 times the maximum permissible “artificial” hour dose [0,114 microSievert/h-1] and five times the maximum permissible total – natural and artificial – hour dose [0,571 microSievert/h-1]. [1].”

This is a tragedy of huge proportions. There are 30-plus million people in greater Tokyo. It is brought home personally to each person who sees the work of Fukushima Diary by Mochizuki.

There are thousands of U.S. troops stationed with their families in Japan. American politicians must remove all U.S. troops and dependents from Japan immediately. This must happen forthwith. We will remember.

Mochizuki is sticking by his reporting post at Fukushima Diary on the Internet as long as he is capable. Everyone at Veterans Today and around the world honors your work, Morchizuki, clear sailing to you on this, your last mission. Keep transmitting as long as you are able.

Sources and Notes:

1. Communication from Dr. Paolo Scampa to Veterans Today columnist Bob Nichols, Feb 25, 2012. Original in Metric Units. The Maximum Permissible units were rounded down for editing purposes.

“An absorbed dose of 2,94 microSievert/hour at 1 meter of soil means an average deposit of 9,065E5 Bq/m2 of Cs137 -0,661 MeV-. This amount for 1 meter is in fact situate between a maximum deposit of 5,439E6 Bq/m2 for low energy gamma rays from radioactive elements such as U238 [0,0495 MeV] and a minimum deposit of 2,176E5 Bq/m2 of very energetic gamma rays from radioactive elements such as Co60 [2,55 MeV]. This dose correspond to 25,7544 times the maximun permissible “artificial” hour dose [0,114 microSievert/h-1] and 5,1509 times the maximun permissible total – natural and artificial – hour dose [0,571 microSievert/h-1].” – Feb. 25, 2012, Dr. Paolo Scampa. AIPRI, http://www.aipri.blogspot.com/

“Tokyo station is contaminated as mandatory evacuating zone in Fukushim.” http://fukushima-diary.com/2012/02/tokyo-station-is-contaminated-as-mandatory-evacuating-zone-in-fukushima/ http://tinyurl.com/6scvuqt

Bob Nichols is a Project Censored Award winning writer and a San Francisco Bay View correspondent whose work regularly appears in The Oklahoma Observer, on-line at okobserver.org and at VeteransToday.com. A former bomb maker in a U.S. government factory in rural Oklahoma, he reports on the two nuclear weapons labs in the Bay Area. He can be reached at duweapons@gmail.com

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Arnold Hamilton
Arnold Hamilton became editor of The Observer in September 2006. Previously, he served nearly two decades as the Dallas Morning News’ Oklahoma Bureau chief. He also covered government and politics for the San Jose Mercury News, the Dallas Times Herald, the Tulsa Tribune and the Oklahoma Journal.