With radioactive Cesium 137 (half-life 30.17 years—one of the most biologically hazardous components of radioactive waste and nuclear fallout) leaking out of the crippled Fukushima power plant (thediplomat.com 2013/09/06), a Japanese professor pushing radioactive ‘Hide and Seek’ for the planned Tokyo Olympics 2020.
Japanese professor pushes for Hide and Seek at the Olympics
The Telegraph | 05 Sep 2013
At 64, Yasuo Hazaki admits he may no longer have the speed of an Olympic athlete, but guile is as important an attribute in his chosen sport – competitive hide-and-seek – and he is lobbying for it be included in the 2020 Games. Prof. Hazaki set up the Japan Hide-and-Seek Promotion Committee in 2010 and the organisation has around 1,000 members…more….