It's too late to...

Original text from blog of Emiko Numauchi (Numayu) in Minamisoma City 16.06.2012 http://numayu.blogspot.be/2012/06/blog-post_16.html

Minamisoma City started to say that they will issue the measuring instrument of radiation though it's already been more than a year since the nuclear plant accident and it's too late.
People who care about the radiation already bought one on their own money. Did they thought to issue the measuring instrument because of the radiation dose level became relatively equable? But when i go 2 or 3 minutes from my place to the west by car, on the road which is getting through Iitate Village, the radiation level is 2 or 3 micro sievert.  
Inside my house, there's at least 0.3 micro sievert. What kind of measuring instrument will be issued? If it's only to measure the Gamma Ray, it has no big importance. They will also going to issue the disaster prevention wireless equipment. It's better than nothing but the government response is too lent. 
Incidentally, our family unit will go to receive them. I want to compare with my measuring instruments made in Russia. It's not only inside Minamisoma City that once uranium and plutonium are condensed, it's beyond human's knowledge. 
It doesn't matter if there's a lot or less radioactive substances released from atomic fission, the only important thing is if they exist in the air or not… 
Dr. Shuntaro Hida have been diligently talking about the awfulness of low dose exposure. 
Please be aware of the fact that the radiation from nuclear fusion, except for the radiation from the sun, is a frightful thing which can even break the Ecosystem. 

Courtesy : Emiko Numauchi

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  1. It's good to know Emiko is still going strong, I didn't hear anything from or about her for a long time.