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Wasn't this in the turbine room of No. 2?

At any rate, the increased seawater pollution would point at Iodine as the main radioactive contamination (no surprise there given half-lifes):


The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency said on Saturday that iodine 131 in excess of 1,250 times regulated standards was found in seawater collected 330 meters south of a plant water outlet at 8:30 AM on Friday.

The agency says there is no immediate threat to people within the 20-kilometer evacuation zone. The agency adds that as seawater is dispersed by ocean currents the contamination level will decline.

Iodine 131 at146.9 times regulated standards was detected in seawater in the area on Wednesday.

*Lunatic*, n.
One whose delusions are out of fashion.
by DoDo on Sat Mar 26th, 2011 at 03:06:46 AM EST
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