Nov 28

- Ministry of Education orders false dosimeters (Fukushima Diary, Nov. 27, 2011):

Since 311, Japanese government pretended to check radiation level of various areas in Japan, but because they measure radiation at 14 m or 85 m high from the ground, nobody got to believe the data.

They therefore ordered 600 dosimeters from a Geiger counter maker named Alpha Tsushin.

Those dosimeters were supposed to be put at schools in Fukushima etc..

However, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology stated they cancelled the contract on 11/18/2011 because “their dosimeter is not accurate and they can’t make 600 of the dosimeters by the deadline.”

However, according to the explanation of Alpha Tsushin, it was because the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology wanted false dosimeter.

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology was afraid to show higher radiation levels than the monitoring posts set on 14 m or 85 m high from the ground, so they ordered Alpha Tsushin to make geiger counters to indicate lower radiation level than actual.

Alpha Tsushin uses parts from America, which are manufactured using international standards, but the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology tried to force the engineers to use the “Japanese standard”.

As a result, Alpha Tsushin was cancelled, luckily for them.

The company is planning to have a press conference to tell the truth.

(Source)

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One Response to “Japanese Government Ordered Geiger Counters Manipulated To Display Lower Than Actual Radiation Levels”

  1. Admin. Says:

    Wow. The deception goes on and on. Thanks for reporting this.

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