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Result of Pu nuclide analysis in the soil Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station


I notice that no methodology nor sample rate is given? and no Strontium 90 nor cesium comparing readings to clarify the Fukushima contamination as opposed to seperating earlier weapons testing data?

according to this very limited report Tepco did 3 tests with 3 samples and managed to say this

there is a possibility that
the higher densities…..

Maybe a more thorough check of the whole area and retesting old sites to ascertain contamination movement or accumulation. plutonium is hard to find and Tepco are hardly trying to find it, obviously.

And they still havent

September 27, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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