Fukushima’s glow-in-the-dark rice can’t pass Japan’s own standards

Back March, the 3Yen reported on the Japan’s “creative” solution of Feeding radioactive rice to the elderly (3Yen / 2012-03-26).
Well now, the Japanese government is reluctantly admitting that rice from the greater Fukushima area outside the official 20km nuclear meltdown zone can’t pass the government’s contamination standards. glowy2
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Fukushima rice above threshold for cesium
The Japan Times | Oct. 25, 2012
FUKUSHIMA —
Rice grown by a farmer in Sukagawa, Fukushima Prefecture, returned a radioactive cesium reading of 110 becquerels per kilogram, exceeding the maximum of 100, the prefectural government announcedmore...

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Taro

I'm a boring pale alien salaryman, who worked 25+ years at "Maybe-the-Largest Inc" in Tokyo.

2 thoughts on “Fukushima’s glow-in-the-dark rice can’t pass Japan’s own standards”

  1. They really are working hard to make this clusterfuck raise to 11…

    Bad luck they didn’t spend 1/10000th of that energy trying to properly inspect Tepco’s installation and safety protocol…

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