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Nuclear material in pools at Fukushima schools exceed 100,000 Bq/kg — Level nearly doubled since last year

 
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Nuclear material in pools at Fukushima schools exceed 100,000 Bq/kg — Level nearly doubled since last year
Radioactive cesium levels exceeding 100,000 becquerels per kilogram were measured in mud accumulated at the bottom of swimming pools at two high schools in and around Fukushima city. [...]

In March 2012, the CRMS tested mud collected from the pool of the high school in Fukushima. The radioactive cesium level was 65,900 becquerels, according to the results released on April 1 this year.

The prefectural government has measured radioactivity levels of water in the school pool, but not the mud. The latest results for mud from the high school swimming pool in Fukushima showed 104,100 becquerels per kilogram.

[...] test results showed 119,461 becquerels for the high school pool outside the prefectural capital [...]

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When it rains, it pours.

Some of the 10 million becs per hour current emissions, possibly..?

Stands to reason that it would accumulate in the bottom of closed systems such as abandoned pools.

I would expect these numbers to continue to rise.. unless Tepco gets wise and drains the pools.
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Re: Nuclear material in pools at Fukushima schools exceed 100,000 Bq/kg — Level nearly doubled since last year
When it rains, it pours.

Some of the 10 million becs per hour current emissions, possibly..?

Stands to reason that it would accumulate in the bottom of closed systems such as abandoned pools.

I would expect these numbers to continue to rise.. unless Tepco gets wise and drains the pools.
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Too true Bug!
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Re: Nuclear material in pools at Fukushima schools exceed 100,000 Bq/kg — Level nearly doubled since last year
Puh, lucky us that we don't have to live
on the Button of that dirty Swimming Pool!

BAR1

By the way:
The three high schools have not discharged the water from their swimming pools since the nuclear crisis started on March 11, 2011. The water has apparently blocked the spread of contamination from the mud; air radiation levels near the three school pools are almost the same as those of other locations.

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There is no Melt-Down without Contamination, it is impossible!
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Re: Nuclear material in pools at Fukushima schools exceed 100,000 Bq/kg — Level nearly doubled since last year
Radioactive Soil from Fukushima


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Re: Nuclear material in pools at Fukushima schools exceed 100,000 Bq/kg — Level nearly doubled since last year
Radiation Monitoring, Japan: 3.71 uSv/h, Kashiwa city, Matsuba Dainni el school Chiba 1/20/2013


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3.64 microSv/h 5cm from ground level, Fukushima city, bank of Abukuma river, Feb 2013


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Fukushima 2013.3.28


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WTF
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bump
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good, dead nips are a good thing. remember pearl harbor.
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good, dead nips are a good thing. remember pearl harbor.
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good, dead nips are a good thing. remember pearl harbor.
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Coming from a Country which invaded 52 Countries since WW2
make your Argument a bit stupid, do you remember My Lai?

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We don't forget!

Dozo
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Fukushima 2013.3.28


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good, dead nips are a good thing. remember pearl harbor.
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Coming from a Country which invaded 52 Countries since WW2
make your Argument a bit stupid, do you remember My Lai?

[link to de.m.wikipedia.org]
We don't forget!

Dozo
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