On April 13, 2021, the Japanese government’s decision to discharge nuclear waste water into the sea caused huge controversy. In order to promote the harmlessness of Fukushima nuclear sewage into the sea, the Japanese government has produced a radioactive tritium mascot. According to the staff of the Renaissance Hall, the introduction of the tritium mascot has the “meaning of closeness” and “hopes to achieve an intermediate feeling that is neither’good’ nor’evil’.”
Previously, TEPCO previously stated that after treatment, most of the radioactive elements in nuclear sewage except tritium can be removed, and the tritium concentration will also be diluted to 1/40 of the Japanese national standard. However, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) stated in the 2015 “Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident” report: “This water has been processed to remove radionuclides other than tritium. Tritium cannot be removed.
What can I say? I checked it briefly on the Internet, and it was published by the Japan Renaissance Agency. What does the Reconstruction Agency do? It is directly under the cabinet and is responsible for the reconstruction of the area related to the Great East Japan Earthquake. I really don’t know which old man made this idea. They will print it on the leaflet and send it to Fukushima people. The person in charge of the Fuxing Hall explained why tritium was described as a character whose main purpose is to be approachable. My goal is not’good’ or’evil’, but the feeling in the middle. I really don’t understand what they mean. According to this statement, can the atomic bomb be sent to the people of Hiroshima in a cartoon image, creating an intermediate feeling. When encountering such a thing, there is always a feeling of being full of mouths but can’t say anything. Looking at the Chief Cabinet Secretary in Japan, Kato Xiaotian said that he didn’t know about this at all and couldn’t say anything. Finally, let’s take a look at the comments of Japanese netizens and all walks of life! The Renaissance Agency uses the tritium mascot (Japan) to promote the safety of polluted water from nuclear power plants. But the most important thing is not just tritium. The American academic journal “Science” under the “American Association for the Advancement of Science (AA as)”, the world’s largest group of scientists with more than 120,000 participants, reported on the 13th: “In the process of treating ALPS (Multi-nuclear Species Removal Equipment) water, In addition to tritium, there are occasionally some longer radioactive and more dangerous isotopes, such as ruthenium, cobalt, strontium, and plutonium. This is also something that Tokyo Electric Power itself recognized in 2018.” And pointed out that the title of this article was used. It is not treated water (treated water), but contaminated water (sewage). The facts pointed out by authoritative American scientific journals in the world are heavy. Don’t be attracted by the tritium mascot (Japan), but also pay attention to other radioactive materials. This is a comment made by a certified international journalist, and it is quite objective. Our eyes cannot be attracted only by these tritiums. Japan seems to be blind to the creation of this mascot, and we cannot be deceived.