BREAKING NEWS: FUKUSHIMA: Formation of a Bacterium Type which Absorbs the Radioactive Substance

They found plutonium and strontium in every sample


Minamisōma (南相馬市, Minamisōma-shi?) is a city located in the Fukushima area, within the 25 km evacuation zone. 

June 3, 2012 blog post by Minamisoma City Councilor Koichi Oyama translated by Dissensus Japan:

[…]The other day when a member of the Diet visited Minamisoma City, he said that he had a meeting with an official beforehand but he got no information about it.

What happened to the Ministry of the Environment?

I exchanged business card with three officials when they came for an assembly on April 26. I sent emails but they never answered.

This is my mail:

To Mr.Taku Ômura (Chief of Fukushima Office at Environmental Restoration of The Ministry of the Environmental), Mr. Yukiharu Kouso (Chief of Branch Office at Hamadori of Environmental Resotoration of The Ministry of the Environmental), Mr. Aha (Chief of Branch Office at Hamadori of Environmental Resotoration of The Ministry of the Environmental)

Well done for the committee meeting of Mimanisoma city assembly yesterday.

I’m Koichi Oyama, an official of Minamisoma City.

I send you additional informations about the black substance we talked about yesterday.

There are a bacterium type which likes to absorb the radioactive substance in exuberance everywhere on the paved surfaces in the residential area and at residential houses and they drifts on the side walks, on parkings and on the road.

Cesium for example is highly radioactive and yesterday i saw the result of analysis of Japan Chemical Analysis Center which contain fluid, they found plutonium and strontium in every samples.


The informations of city center detected by Minamisoma City
Total value of cesium 134 and 137

  • 1,320,000 Haramachi District, Ushigoe algae types
  • 1,960,000 Kashimaku District, Jisabara algae types
  • 5,570,000 Odaka District, Kanaya algae types
  • 16,200 Haramachi District, Kunimi soil
  • 793,000 Odata District, Kamimachi algae types
  • 430,000 Odata District, Motomachi algae types
  • 583,000 Odata District, Motomachi algae types
  • 2,970,000 Odata District, Kanaya algae types / soil
  • 522,000  Odata District, Kanaya cattle dung


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