The Government of Japan’s various offices have assured the public that there is nothing to worry about when it comes to the “radioactive particle” contamination from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster. They are monitoring the situation and with the “decontamination” a successful “reconstruction” of the Fukushima contaminated areas will be achieved. However, what they say in their press releases and what is issued to “calm” public fears does not align with all the “testing” that is being done.
The bid notice from the Government of Japan’s Ministry of Environment for a radiation research study on endocrine disrupting chemicals indicates that they have doubts about what they are saying to the public. All the radiation studies that are being done in the Fukushima radiation contaminated areas are indicators that they ACTUALLY do have worries and doubts. Most of the studies are about “cesium” uptake, like when you breathe it or eat it via contaminated something. If it is just a matter of cleaning up the area to make it safe for people to come back and live, they would not be investing so much money in the radiation studies that they plan to be “long term”.
Any further Fukushima radiation research studies using Fukushima Left-behind animals is a waste of money. Everyone already knows “exposure to radioactive particles” will cause some sort of damage to your health. Stop using the Fukushima Left Behind animals for Radiation Research Studies and remove them from the evacuated areas. In fact, quit telling Half truths about the real damage that was caused by the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster.
The Nuclear power industry is powerful. They are rich. They do not want to lose their ability to make money from their Nuclear Power Plants. And, it seems that the march to make everything seem ok is on.
“Like We’ve Been Saying — Radiation Is Not A Big Deal” 1/11/2013
Public notice: general competitive bidding.
9th September 2011
Chief Minister’s Secretariat, Ministry of the Environment accounting
Matters subjected to competitive bidding
Work carried out for ” in vitro tests on the effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals” fiscal year : 2011
Specifications for the submitting bid documentation.