Sunday, December 8, 2013

If Accurate, This is Very Scary: "7,500,000 Bq/m3 of “Strontium-90″ detected from groundwater near [Fukushima] reactor 1"

7,500,000 Bq/m3 of “Strontium-90″ was measured from groundwater. The sampling date was 9/11/2013. They haven’t announced it for 3 months.
The location is in the seaside of reactor1. Tepco has been analyzing the groundwater around the reactor buildings.
This November, Tepco confirmed reactor1 directly leaking the coolant water out of the vessel.
(cf, Leaking part of reactor1 is made of “poly vinyl chloride” [URL])

1 comment:

northierthanthou said...

The whole thing is damned frightening!