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HORROR: Highest Radiation Level Ever Recorded Outside Fukushima Reactor — LETHAL In 20 Minutes

from ZeroHedge:

With all the excitement about Japan’s soaring stock market (if plunging wages), crashing non-digital currency (leading to soaring energy prices), recent passage of an arbitrary secrecy bill (“Designed by Kafka & Inspired By Hitler“), and ongoing territorial spat with China, it is almost as if the Abe administration is desperately doing everything in its power, including some of the most ridiculous decisions taken by a government in recent history, to hide some key development behind the scenes. Such as this one perhaps: NHK reported today that TEPCO said radiation levels are extremely high in an area near a ventilation pipe at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. TEPCO found radiation of 25 sieverts an hour on a duct, which connects reactor buildings and the 120-meter-tall ventilation pipe. Putting this number in context the estimated radiation level is the highest ever detected outside reactor buildings. People exposed to this level of radiation would die within 20 minutes.

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3 comments to HORROR: Highest Radiation Level Ever Recorded Outside Fukushima Reactor — LETHAL In 20 Minutes

  • Troy

    Is mainstream media even covering this?

  • glitter 1

    Not one in 10,000 has any idea what happened there,the full extent of damage and what it all really means.Reading/listening to these daily sound bites is never going to convey enough of the story either.Nothing,I mean nothing will change/improve the out come for a minimum of 40-50 years.

    • SGT

      Funny you’d say that about one in 10,000. I have a friend who is keen on what we do here at SGT Report. The problem is, he’s a screaming liberal. He likes to think he’s informed about what’s “really” going on in the world, which is why he appreciates this site despite being political aligned against it.

      I asked him the other day if he was concerned about what’s going on with Fukushima, since the radiation reports are so horrific. He replied, “What? I haven’t heard about that. Where?”

      I rest your case.

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