Gizmodo: Entirely possible leaking nuclear material from Fukushima is going to U.S. and Canada — Bloomberg: “Fish contamination concerns have spread beyond Japan”

Wednesday, July 24, 2013
By Paul Martin

By ENENews
July 23rd, 2013

Gizmodo, July 22, 2013: Fukushima’s Leaking Radioactive Water into the Ocean After All […] So we have to wonder: If the radioactive water is leaking into the ocean but the water’s radioactivity levels don’t raise, where does the radiation go? TEPCO officials say it’s been contained by the silt fences erected in the water around the nuclear power plant. If they’re wrong—or obfuscating—and it made it out, it’s entirely possible that the ocean’s carrying the radiation off to far flung places like it’s been doing tons of debris. Meanwhile, TEPCO admitted earlier this month that radiation levels in the nearby groundwater were spiking, further raising suspicion about the levels in the ocean. […]

Bloomberg, July 23, 2013: Tepco Says Toxic Water Leaked to Sea From Fukushima Plant […] Fish Worries […] In August last year, the utility found record high levels of radioactive cesium in fish it caught for tests within 20 kilometers of the coast from the nuclear plant. […] Fish contamination concerns have spread beyond Japan. A study of 15 Pacific bluefin caught off San Diego in August 2011 found radioactive cesium 10 times higher than in fish caught in previous years. […]

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