[ RadSafe ] Radioactive cesium found at Tokyo’s Olympic venues

Roger Helbig rwhelbig at gmail.com
Wed Oct 16 14:11:43 CDT 2013

The anti-nukes are making maximum effort to derail the Tokyo Olympics
- probably this Cesium is from Chernobyl or atmospheric testing and
not from Fukushima at all, but Fukushima is the end of the world,

Roger Helbig

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by Christina MacPherson

Report: Olympic athletes and tourists warned they will be in danger
from Tokyo’s elevated radiation levels — Cesium found at almost every
venue tested http://enenews.com/report-olympic-athletes-and-tourists-warned-they-will-be-in-danger-from-tokyos-elevated-radiation-levels-cesium-found-at-almost-every-venue-tested

Title: Elevated radiation claimed at Tokyo 2020 Olympic venues
Source: South China Morning Post
Author: Julian Ryall in Tokyo
Date: Oct. 12, 2013

A citizens’ group in Tokyo has found elevated levels of radioactivity
at sporting facilities that will be used in the 2020 Olympic Games and
is warning that competitors and the hundreds of thousands of people
expected to flock to the city for the event will be putting themselves
in danger.

The Citizens’ Group for Measuring Radioactive Environment at
Facilities for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics claims wind-borne radiation
from the four crippled reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant has
contaminated a number of future venues.

Measurements were taken at 39 sporting venues that have been earmarked
to stage events in seven years’ time [...]

“We found caesium-137 at almost every place we carried out tests, and
there was no caesium here before the accident at Fukushima,” Mitsuo
Tanaka, a member of the group, told the South China Morning Post.

See also: Study: Contamination in Tokyo suburb 3 times higher than
area just 1 mile from Fukushima Daiichi -- Nuclear Scientist:
Significant contamination in Tokyo, a serious problem (AUDIO

Christina MacPherson | October 16, 2013 at 4:51 pm | Categories:
environment, Japan | URL: http://wp.me/phgse-fbn


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