The Plague Of The Black Stuff

More reports of mystery black stuff are showing up around Japan. It was initially found in Minamisoma in some concerning levels. We speculated it could be a substance called “tuff” made from volcanic rock and used as a winter road treatment. Some of it also looks slightly similar to a road patch substance used on asphalt roads in the US.

Some of the newer images look a bit different than the original ones from Minamisoma. The found substances are testing high in radiation. They could be accumulations of road runoff or other concentrating of dirt, debris, smoke residue etc. that now read high in radiation like gutter residue has in the past. The “black stuff” has been found as far away as Soma and Tokyo. While it is obvious it is radioactive, widespread and common, what it is and what to do about it remain unknown. Someone should have this stuff analyzed to see what it is compromised of. That may help determine how to deal with it.

Stuff recently found in Tokyo
Images of the readings and finds in Tokyo

Stuff found up in Soma:,0x34674e0fd77f192f:0xf54275d47c665244&ie=UTF8&oe=UTF8&msa=0&msid=214499419332217970115.0004bb27fcb67289306ae
Images from up in Soma!/HCR_OPCOM/status/179934431165956097/photo/1

The close up shot in Soma looks more like dirt that some of the others that seem to have a very granular consistency.

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