Excellent Information from a blog reader, July 3

Original text from Blog of Koichi Oyama in Minamisoma City 02.07.2012 http://mak55.exblog.jp/16224557/

From a comment to my article "Please listen to invisible/insensible radioactivity" 
LINK(JAPANESE ONLY): http://mak55.exblog.jp/16210390/

(The following is an excerpt from the commentary) 
Commented by me
Thank you for leaving a comment all the time, "a citizen of Hiroshima" 

Commented by "a citizen of Hiroshima"  at 2012-07-03 09:11 x
Hi, Mr. Ohyama,
Radioactivity emits a crazy sound (* of frequency 4N7HZ), counting sound of tens of thousands of radioactivity, which human ears can't count. 

However, even those tens of thousands of radioactivity is only a part of the whole, which enters and is caught in detection part. A human body, which is hundreds times larger than detection part, is exposed to much more amount of radioactivity. 

Children are smaller than adults, but their heart and head are closer to the ground, thus they are exposed to more intense radiation. 

Only if radioactivity were visible... 
Nobody is scared of radioactivity storming around us like black blizzard just because it's invisible. I think we should be scared of radiation, especially of its invisibleness. 
My copemate made a study about "sound of radioactivity" with 2-inch scintigraphy. 

Onomatopoetic sound / Reading 
Saaa      0.23 microSV
Zeeee           10 microSV
Ghiiiii              30 microSV
Ghooooo              75 microSV

The last one is just like a sound emitted by an aircraft in the stack, which will turn a roar when the engine is revved up to climb into the sky. 

My copemate used most-advanced instrument called SAM940. It only beeps up to 80 microSV, and when a value exceeds 80 microSV, voice of native american male alarms "Warning, Warning". 
It was the first time that my copemate heard the alarm. 

I will continue this "sound of radioactivity" series to make us not forget the fact that we are constantly exposed to radiation, which belong to TEPCO. 

Courtesy : Koichi Oyama

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