ODAKA, JAPAN – MARCH 10: A laundry shop is deserted about 20 km away from Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant, prior to the second anniversary commemoration of the tsunami and earthquake on March 10, 2013 in Odaka where is exclusion zone , Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. Japan on March 11 will commemorate the second anniversary of the magnitude 9.0 earthquake and following tsunami, that claimed more than 18,000 lives. (Photo by Athit Perawongmetha/Getty Images)
The Japanese government has given the green light for residents to return for extended stays to the radiation infested area surrounding the Fukushima Diachi Nuclear Power Plant.
The Japan Daily Press reported, “the government has allowed residents to return home to the Miyakoji district of Tamura, Fukushima Prefecture beginning August 1, but very few have opted to return. The district is located within the 20 kilometer exclusion zone around the nuclear plant, but the government had the evacuation zone orders lifted in this area as early as April 2012. Decontamination work on the residential areas of the district has been completed at the end of June this year.”
Although some resident are skeptical and vow to never return, some are planning on going back.
Even more disturbing yet is radioactive objects are being found all over the coastal region.
In one case, Awa.Asahi.com reported, “On July 2, a fluffy object that looked like tree bark was found, followed by what looked like a black plastic sheet and wood chips with no elasticity on July 5.
One hypothesis is that the objects flowed down the Idegawa river, but that theory is highly implausible because all four objects were found at least 100 meters from the river.
Another theory is that the objects were swept out to sea from the Fukushima No. 1 plant and eventually washed ashore. The coastal levee that was once located in the area was destroyed by the tsunami that followed the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011.
“Rubble likely was blown out into the ocean by the hydrogen explosions that occurred at the Fukushima No. 1 plant,” an official with the Naraha municipal government said. “There is the possibility that lighter objects were washed back ashore.”
Rumors are circulating among local residents that the objects were reactor building pieces that were blown away in the hydrogen explosions. But no similar objects have been found in areas further north that are closer to the nuclear plant.”
It’s amazing how loving the Japanese government truly is.
Delivered by The Daily Sheeple
We encourage you to share and republish our reports, analyses, breaking news and videos (Click for details).
Contributed by IntelliHub.com of www.IntelliHub.com.
We believe that the world has reached a turning point as the corporate funded and controlled mainline media has become obsolete as humans are now seeking the truth. Intellihub.com™ strives and will continue to uphold it’s duties to inform humanity of what is really taking place in the world around them. Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction.