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Breaking** Radioactive Iodine 1,250.8 Times Legal Limit In Ocean Near Fukushima Plant **

 
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On Kyodo just now....
Radioactive Iodine in sea 1,250.8 times the legal limit in seas near Fukushima plant.

No story yet but on flashing banner at top of page...

[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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Anyone have a ocean current map? Where's this stuff going?
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Anyone have a ocean current map? Where's this stuff going?
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Alaska, Canada, US West Coast in that order
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Anyone have a ocean current map? Where's this stuff going?
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Alaska, Canada, US West Coast in that order
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Would there be a visable fish kill trail? Seems like that much radiation would kill them fairly quickly.
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Anyone have a ocean current map? Where's this stuff going?
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Alaska, Canada, US West Coast in that order
 Quoting: The Chef


Would there be a visable fish kill trail? Seems like that much radiation would kill them fairly quickly.
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I would think so but I don't know how radiation effects fish.
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Re: Breaking** Radioactive Iodine 1,250.8 Times Legal Limit In Ocean Near Fukushima Plant **
Anyone have a ocean current map? Where's this stuff going?
 Quoting: lionheart 1292540


Alaska, Canada, US West Coast in that order
 Quoting: The Chef


Would there be a visable fish kill trail? Seems like that much radiation would kill them fairly quickly.
 Quoting: lionheart 1292540


It seems like there would be some in the rain as well as the water evaporates and drops as rain there would be radioactivity there as well.
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Anyone have a ocean current map? Where's this stuff going?
 Quoting: lionheart 1292540


Alaska, Canada, US West Coast in that order
 Quoting: The Chef


Would there be a visable fish kill trail? Seems like that much radiation would kill them fairly quickly.
 Quoting: lionheart 1292540


I would think so but I don't know how radiation effects fish.
 Quoting: The Chef


Me neither., But a thousand times over the limit! Can't do em any good..I think they would die rather soon after that kind of exposeure. Gonna watch for reports of fish die offs in Alaska!
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This should be pinned. I had a bad feeling about this from the get go..Everyone watching the jetstream while most of this crap is going into the ocean.
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This should be pinned. I had a bad feeling about this from the get go..Everyone watching the jetstream while most of this crap is going into the ocean.
 Quoting: lionheart 1292540


Very possible that very high amounts of radiation will get into the sea. After all Japan is an island so much of it will get there anyway.

I don't know how much it may be diluted water vs air though.
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Re: Breaking** Radioactive Iodine 1,250.8 Times Legal Limit In Ocean Near Fukushima Plant **
On Kyodo just now....
Radioactive Iodine in sea 1,250.8 times the legal limit in seas near Fukushima plant.

No story yet but on flashing banner at top of page...

[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
 Quoting: The Chef


Won't be long til Godzilla turns up....
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On Kyodo just now....
Radioactive Iodine in sea 1,250.8 times the legal limit in seas near Fukushima plant.

No story yet but on flashing banner at top of page...

[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
 Quoting: The Chef


Won't be long til Godzilla turns up....
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I actually hope Godzilla does. Everything else makes no sense, send in the ginormous reptile!godzilla
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H2O anyone? I'm buying more water. I don't care if this shit hits the US or not, it's a prime example of how quickly things can become catastrophic. Here, people will start killing each other for water if word spread that the stuff will become contaminated. I'm filling up now.
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Re: Breaking** Radioactive Iodine 1,250.8 Times Legal Limit In Ocean Near Fukushima Plant **
On Kyodo just now....
Radioactive Iodine in sea 1,250.8 times the legal limit in seas near Fukushima plant.

No story yet but on flashing banner at top of page...

[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
 Quoting: The Chef


Won't be long til Godzilla turns up....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1301705


I actually hope Godzilla does. Everything else makes no sense, send in the ginormous reptile!godzilla
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Sorry godzilla can't show till mothra does, and even then we must wait for the little girls to start singing to him..So it is written.
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Re: Breaking** Radioactive Iodine 1,250.8 Times Legal Limit In Ocean Near Fukushima Plant **
On Kyodo just now....
Radioactive Iodine in sea 1,250.8 times the legal limit in seas near Fukushima plant.

No story yet but on flashing banner at top of page...

[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
 Quoting: The Chef


Won't be long til Godzilla turns up....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1301705


I actually hope Godzilla does. Everything else makes no sense, send in the ginormous reptile!godzilla
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1308232


Sorry godzilla can't show till mothra does, and even then we must wait for the little girls to start singing to him..So it is written.
 Quoting: lionheart 1292540


Dang. Can we find a choir of little girls and make them sing to start this up? TBH I'd rather die at Godzilla's hand than radiation. At least with Godzilla, you know it's going to end swiftly, none of this suffering-for-years-with-cancer bullshit.
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Re: Breaking** Radioactive Iodine 1,250.8 Times Legal Limit In Ocean Near Fukushima Plant **
H2O anyone? I'm buying more water. I don't care if this shit hits the US or not, it's a prime example of how quickly things can become catastrophic. Here, people will start killing each other for water if word spread that the stuff will become contaminated. I'm filling up now.
s226
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This just goes to show how valuable water is going to be in the future. Also how vulnerable water supply is.
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Re: Breaking** Radioactive Iodine 1,250.8 Times Legal Limit In Ocean Near Fukushima Plant **
The general public are going to go apeshit over this. Its going to be worse than the French revolution. When people start to get sick everywhere, they are going to be dragging nuclear technicians and university professors into the street and beating them to death. Even in America.

YOU TOLD US THERE WAS NO DANGER AND READINGS WERE LOW!


Thats what they will say, and it only takes a handful of rednecks to start people up when the are looking for blood.
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Re: Breaking** Radioactive Iodine 1,250.8 Times Legal Limit In Ocean Near Fukushima Plant **
Bluefin Tuna

[link to www.fao.org]

Shearwaters

[link to www.pnas.org]

Eastern Yellow Wagtails

[link to alaska.usgs.gov]

Humpback whales

[link to www.afsc.noaa.gov]

Some Pacific going Salmon go 500 miles inland on the US West coast.

[link to stateofthecoast.noaa.gov]

There's a ton of migratory sealife that travel through that area..

For birds:

The East Asian - Australasian Flyway

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

is one of the world's great flyways. At its northernmost it stretches eastwards from the Taimyr Peninsula in Russia to Alaska. Its southern end encompasses Australia and New Zealand. Between these extremes the Flyway covers much of eastern Asia, including China, Japan, Korea, South-East Asia and the western Pacific. It is especially important for the millions of migratory waders or shorebirds that breed in northern Asia and Alaska and spend the non-breeding season in South-East Asia and Australasia. In total, the flyway passes through 22 countries with approximately 55 migratory species travelling along it, equating to about 5 million birds.

Here's some info about migratory animals/sealife passing though those areas

[link to www.environment.gov.au]

...after all that, there's insect migrations to think about too...
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The general public are going to go apeshit over this. Its going to be worse than the French revolution. When people start to get sick everywhere, they are going to be dragging nuclear technicians and university professors into the street and beating them to death. Even in America.

YOU TOLD US THERE WAS NO DANGER AND READINGS WERE LOW!


Thats what they will say, and it only takes a handful of rednecks to start people up when the are looking for blood.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1297909


Probably blame it on a mystery plague.
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Bluefin Tuna

[link to www.fao.org]

Shearwaters

[link to www.pnas.org]

Eastern Yellow Wagtails

[link to alaska.usgs.gov]

Humpback whales

[link to www.afsc.noaa.gov]

Some Pacific going Salmon go 500 miles inland on the US West coast.

[link to stateofthecoast.noaa.gov]

There's a ton of migratory sealife that travel through that area..

For birds:

The East Asian - Australasian Flyway

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

is one of the world's great flyways. At its northernmost it stretches eastwards from the Taimyr Peninsula in Russia to Alaska. Its southern end encompasses Australia and New Zealand. Between these extremes the Flyway covers much of eastern Asia, including China, Japan, Korea, South-East Asia and the western Pacific. It is especially important for the millions of migratory waders or shorebirds that breed in northern Asia and Alaska and spend the non-breeding season in South-East Asia and Australasia. In total, the flyway passes through 22 countries with approximately 55 migratory species travelling along it, equating to about 5 million birds.

Here's some info about migratory animals/sealife passing though those areas

[link to www.environment.gov.au]

...after all that, there's insect migrations to think about too...
 Quoting: soupornuts 1260754


Thanks for posting that. Great information to have.
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Anyone have a ocean current map? Where's this stuff going?
 Quoting: lionheart 1292540


Its going into the food chain. Fortunately Iodine 131(the radioactive kind) only has a half life of 8 days. What else went into the ocean with it? Cesium has a half life of 30 years, and Plutonium 239 a half life of 24,100 years.
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Well it is gone from Kyodo now.

Hopefully it will show up later in a story somewhere.

And yes who knows what else might have leaked.
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Bluefin Tuna

[link to www.fao.org]

Shearwaters

[link to www.pnas.org]

Eastern Yellow Wagtails

[link to alaska.usgs.gov]

Humpback whales

[link to www.afsc.noaa.gov]

Some Pacific going Salmon go 500 miles inland on the US West coast.

[link to stateofthecoast.noaa.gov]

There's a ton of migratory sealife that travel through that area..

For birds:

The East Asian - Australasian Flyway

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

is one of the world's great flyways. At its northernmost it stretches eastwards from the Taimyr Peninsula in Russia to Alaska. Its southern end encompasses Australia and New Zealand. Between these extremes the Flyway covers much of eastern Asia, including China, Japan, Korea, South-East Asia and the western Pacific. It is especially important for the millions of migratory waders or shorebirds that breed in northern Asia and Alaska and spend the non-breeding season in South-East Asia and Australasia. In total, the flyway passes through 22 countries with approximately 55 migratory species travelling along it, equating to about 5 million birds.

Here's some info about migratory animals/sealife passing though those areas

[link to www.environment.gov.au]

...after all that, there's insect migrations to think about too...
 Quoting: soupornuts 1260754


Ugh, this makes me feel so awful. So many poor creatures are going to be dying, or sick. And people eating the fish, not knowing where they've been, animals eating the fish for survival... awfulsad
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Bluefin Tuna

[link to www.fao.org]

Shearwaters

[link to www.pnas.org]

Eastern Yellow Wagtails

[link to alaska.usgs.gov]

Humpback whales

[link to www.afsc.noaa.gov]

Some Pacific going Salmon go 500 miles inland on the US West coast.

[link to stateofthecoast.noaa.gov]

There's a ton of migratory sealife that travel through that area..

For birds:

The East Asian - Australasian Flyway

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

is one of the world's great flyways. At its northernmost it stretches eastwards from the Taimyr Peninsula in Russia to Alaska. Its southern end encompasses Australia and New Zealand. Between these extremes the Flyway covers much of eastern Asia, including China, Japan, Korea, South-East Asia and the western Pacific. It is especially important for the millions of migratory waders or shorebirds that breed in northern Asia and Alaska and spend the non-breeding season in South-East Asia and Australasia. In total, the flyway passes through 22 countries with approximately 55 migratory species travelling along it, equating to about 5 million birds.

Here's some info about migratory animals/sealife passing though those areas

[link to www.environment.gov.au]

...after all that, there's insect migrations to think about too...
 Quoting: soupornuts 1260754


Thanks for posting that. Great information to have.
 Quoting: The Chef


No problem, I think this is much further-reaching than some want to admit, especially if they can't get a handle on it. There's loads of info on migratory paths, seasonal ocean and air currents online, hopefully people will go look at some.

Btw, I'm a chef too, most people here probably don't know about it, but the great Tokyo fish market is done for. That in itself is a big deal...
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In a test by the Tokyo Electric Power Company, "radioactive iodine-131 at 1250.8 times the legal limit was detected several hundred meters offshore near reactor number one," the agency official told AFP.

[link to www.abs-cbnnews.com]
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Well it is gone from Kyodo now.

Hopefully it will show up later in a story somewhere.

And yes who knows what else might have leaked.
 Quoting: The Chef


CNN just ran it.
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The reading is sharply higher than several taken last week. Tepco said on Thursday that iodine-131 levels in the ocean near the plant were 145 times the legal level, Kyodo News reported.

Fire-engines and concrete trucks have poured thousands of tons of seawater onto the reactors and into fuel rod pools at the plant after cooling systems were knocked out by the March 11 quake and tsunami. -- AFP

[link to www.straitstimes.com]

More evidence it has increased sharply
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Ocean motion and surface currents

[link to oceanmotion.org]

data on currents

[link to oceanmotion.org]

There's also AVISO ( live access sat server ) still trying to learn how to use this one :)

[link to las.aviso.oceanobs.com]
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