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5.8 M Quake Near Ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Site; Torrential Rains; Threats Of Increased Dumping of Radioactive Water to the Pacific

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Magnitude 5.8 quake hits on Japan’s Honshu: PTWC 
Posted:Wed, 19 Jul 2017 20:27:07 -0400
SYDNEY (Reuters) – An earthquake with an initial magnitude of 5.8 hit northeast of Tokyo on Japan’s main island of Honshu on Thursday, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (PTWC) reported.

Heavy rains lashed Fukushima Prefecture during the last few days, prompting evacuation orders in some areas amid fears of flooding. These rains transport lots of radionuclides from the mountainsides and forests down into the towns, redistributing the insoluble cesium particles, recontaminating places having being previously decontaminated. A never ending story.” (D’un renard at: )

Fukushima Nuclear mess

It gives another excuse to discharge radioactive tritiated water to sea. Tritiated water remains radioactive for well over 100 years.

According to a US Nuclear Lab (LBL), tritiated water (HTO) enters the body through breathing, ingestion, skin absorption from contaminated air and…

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