SurvivalJapan now exclusively reports on areas referred on the map as “monitored land” and “nuclear-free land”, except for events occurring in the “no man’s land” which may negatively affect the formers. With Chernobyl and Fukushima in mind, you may compare the respective size and distance of Belarus, Germany and Azores in case of doubt about the relevancy of our map. Data used: CRMS Civil Radioactivity Monitoring Stations, Meteocentrale Dispersion Movies for Japan and food supply chain as monitored in the news.
Japan Livability Map September 2011Posted: September 24, 2011 in Citizen Awareness, Corporate Manipulation of Information, Dangerous Japanese Goods, Dangerous Japanese Policy, Food, Radiation Maps, State and Industry Controlled Media, Support Tohoku Kills Japan, Unreliable Japanese Official Information
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