2012/06/24

People in Tokyo, the black substance is here !


Original text from Blog of Koichi Oyama in Minamisoma City 18.06.2012 http://mak55.exblog.jp/16109098/

At last people started to ask me about the black substance because of the article in AERA magazine. 

Please, people who live around, look at that! 

Questions:
To the people who ask where the black substance is??? 
It's on the roof, on the asphalt, on concrete… Everywhere on all surfaces.
"Almost every part where is black".
"Those black substances have fallen away and because of the rain water it accumulates underfoot".
"I think 1 micro is almost 100000 becquerels, 1 second α,β,γ Ray 100 needles". 
"Never touch them with naked hands".

My mobile phone: 080-3193-4960

From Koichi Oyama's blog   22.05.2012


Research of Black Substance in Tokyo
(Cyanobacteria = Blue Algae)

Blue algae at Sano SA 

Blue algae at Shinozaki Garden in Edogawa District 

Blue algae in front of National Printing Bureau in Kita District 

Blue algae at Asukayama Garden 

Blue algae at Kita District disaster control center 

Blue algae in front of National Printing Bureau Tokyo Hospital 

Blue algae at off-street in Kita District 

Blue algae at Sengoku Station 

Blue algae at Tokyo University (Festival of May)

Blue algae at The University of Tokyo Hospital 

Blue algae at Mukôgaoka in Bunkyo District 

Blue algae at Tenshudai(base of keep) of Imperial Palace

Blue algae near to the music hall of Imperial Palace 

Blue algae at the north side of Tenshudai (base of keep) of Imperial Palace





↓There's rain water supplied under Granite stones made of hypogene rocks which is hard and low water absorption. On the surface of stones where the water supply continues, we can see the blue algae much more black.


Blue algae at Imperial Palace the difference between stones of stonewalling

Blue algae at Inui Gate of Imperial Palace 

Blue algae at Kitanomaru Garden 

Bule algae at Arts & Craft museum in Kitanomaru Garden


In my blog, there's a map of Blue algae by my partisans. (Just below the portrait on the left) 
Please take a look! http://mak55.exblog.jp/


Courtesy : Koichi Oyama 

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