- GLOBAL PETITION "APPEAL FOR FUKUSHIMA"
- 全国の放射能濃度一覧 (radiation levels by prefecture in Japan )
- Japan Geigermap 放射線レベルに注意するためのガイガーマップ
- 気象庁 Japan Meteorological Agency
- Radiation Defense Project
- Christopher Busby Fondation for the Children of Fukushima
- roomdonor.jp 東日本被災者受け入れ情報サイト(Site for matching the victims who is not able to live in their house because of the quake and people intending to offer houses or rooms)
- Google Crisis Response
- CIVIC FORCE
- Urgence Japon Secours polulaire
- FUKUSHIMA UPDATE
- GREEN PEACE JAPAN
- GREEN ACTION
- 小出裕章 Hiroaki Koide (京大助教) 非公式まとめ 京都大学原子炉実験所助教 小出裕章氏による情報
- 放射能防御プロジェクト 木下黄太のブログ 「福島第一原発を考えます」
- Web Iwakami 岩上安身オフィシャルサイト
- EX SKF BLOG
- 上杉隆 Takashi Uesugi
- 自由報道協会 FPA Free Press Association of Japan
- 原子力資料情報室 ( CNIC ) Citizens' Nuclear Information Center
- European Committee on Radiation Risk Comité Européen sur le Risque de l’Irradiation
- Criirad クリラッド
- FAIREWINDS ASSOCIATES
- Genpatsu 福島原発事故に関する海外メディア報道
- Labornet Japan
- KYODO NEWS
- 47 NEWS Japan Press Network
- Ambassade du Japon en France
- FRANCE MEDIA NEWS フランスからのニュース
- NPj News for the Pelople in Japan
- ロイター 特集 東日本大震災
- IRSN INSTITUT DE RADIOPROTECTION ET DE SÛRETÉ NUCLÉAIRE
vendredi 25 mars 2011
from Shinji DMBQ\Boredoms
> From: email@example.com
> Hi everyone,
> It's Shinji here. Sorry, I wrote a long message again.. Please read
> this if you have time. This is a latest report from my place.
> First of all, thank you so much for sending your donations.
> Currently, $6913.48 in total, (donation through Aska Matsumiya's The
> Rainbow Project is included).
> I am very surprised because my goal was $1000 when I started this
> fund... I am not an organization, or group. I am just a ordinary
> person. Now I can act by obtaining your trust. Again, thank you so
> much. I can't thank you enough...
> I sent 7,000,00 yen = $8,645.18 in total ($3000 from this donation,
> $5645 from donation through musician community in Osaka and my
> personal donation) to Civic Force. I mentioned I will send donations
> to Peace Wind Japan too, but I didn't. Because...Now they built a
> complete cooperative relationship!! Now they are the same team.
> And, today I bought 150,000yen = $1853.54 's worth of goods at
> wholesale market (very close from my house! My closest station name is
> east market, haha) to send to the stricken area, Fukushima, also known
> as the nuclear plant accident district. Today I got a very good
> information from Pika, ex. a drummer of Afrirampo. She found a
> logistic company where headquarters is in Fukushima, and they accept
> the support goods in Osaka and send it immediately direct to the
> stricken area. I brought foods and paper products to their truck
> station by my rock'n roll van, business use very big canned foods x
> 240, pickled vegetables x 320 kilo gram, about 3000 roll of toilet
> paper. I was very glad I could get them at cheaper price, the market
> people cooperated soon gladly after I told them what I am going to do,
> though Osaka is also goods shortage. The truck will get there in a
> day! I think this is the fastest, certain way to bring good to the
> stricken area.
> Now we have $2059.94 still. As I mentioned in last email, I will get
> more information from stricken area Fukushima directly soon from
> brother of Yoshihide Otomo, so I think I will be able to drop the
> rest of donation to right, efficient place as much as possible.
> 12 Days have passed since the earthquake and tsunami destroyed Japan.
> Official death toll is now 9523, 12,909 still missing in total, and
> about 250,000 people are without homes, living in refuge, their cars,
> wherever they can. In Tokyo, although people are trying to return to
> usual life, bad news pull them back to reality. Rotation electricity
> power cut is executed today too. People's uneasiness and stress are
> As for nuclear plant, the situation is a seesaw. There is no report
> more than current maintenance though the work of all-out continues,
> like, fire and black smoke relapsed in the nuclear plant immediately
> after the government announced repression is going well... In the
> issue, the radiation level around the plant has hardly changed, still
> very higher than usual level.
> However, the radiation poisoning has extended surely day by day. IAEA
> detected radiation 1,600 times higher than normal levels in an area
> about 20 kilometers from nuclear plant... Higher level than normal
> continues also in Tokyo. Sea water, soil, farm produce, milk... A
> high density radioactive substance has been detected from all things.
> And shipment restriction and ingestion limitation to some food
> products was begun. The agriculture of north east Japan will become a
> catastrophic situation.
> Moreover, the radioactive substance was detected from the filtration
> plant that Tokyo used. Tokyo and the surrounding area did notification
> to not give tap water to the baby.
> Government announces these level doesn't give influence to our health
> at once, though it exceeds the normal level...Yes, I fear a harmful
> rumor and a meaningless rumor very much, and I think it is true maybe,
> but, at the same time, the truth is---I am very afraid of it. Can you
> say "OK, no problem!" or can you feed such food to your kids without
> hesitation? So, NOW WE NEED accurate information based on a correct
> standard, not an announcement from cold-livered government or opinions
> from crazy hypersensitive people who praise only health food. A calm
> situation assessment is necessary for us.
> As for relief, the most of highway to the north east Japan was open
> yesterday! A lot of overseas media are surprised at this quick
> restore. At last, the preparation for the recovery started little by
> little. However, most of the road to the stricken area remains being
> cut in pieces still. And please don't forget, victims are living in
> refuge, not a house or apartment, without electricity, water service
> or gas, heater. There are a lot of people who die in the refuge though
> they survived with great pains from earthquake, because medical
> treatment is not enough. And, the area where damage is not serious
> also needs big help now. Many people could survive there, however
> there is completely nothing because nobody gives attention to such
> area. The relief is hard to reach there. Plus, influenza begins to
> spread in some refuge now. Medical treatment, hygiene, and
> information, everything is not enough at all.
> However, relief commodities are reaching gradually as I mentioned
> above. I believe it is through your quick cooperation!
> Thank you for your cooperate. I appreciate it very much.
> Keep in touch.
> After I started this project, a lot of cool mails have come to me
> every day. So many sons of the former kings in unknown countries are
> trying to give me a chance to be a billionaire, and suddenly tempted
> by unknown women who call herself young and beautiful. Yesterday I won
> the prize for which I have not applied. Nice, I love this world. I can
> Cc you in secret if you want.