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7.1 thousand trillion Bq of Cs-134/137 and 1.1 ten quadrillion Bq of Iodine-131 released to the sea from 3/26 to 9/30

 
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7.1 thousand trillion Bq of Cs-134/137 and 1.1 ten quadrillion Bq of Iodine-131 released to the sea from 3/26 to 9/30
7.1 thousand trillion Bq of Cs-134/137 and 1.1 ten quadrillion Bq of Iodine-131 released to the sea from 3/26 to 9/30

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Posted by Mochizuki on December 22nd, 2012

According to JNES’s report “Severe Accident Analyses of Fukushima-Daiich Units 1 to 3″ published on IAEA general conference of 9/17/2012, Central research institute of electric power industry evaluated the amount of releases of radioactive material (I-131, Cs-134/137) to Pacific ocean.

Their analysis shows 1.1 ten quadrillion Bq of Iodine-131 and 7.1 thousand trillion Bq of Cs-134/137 were released to Pacific ocean from March.26 to September.30 of 2011.

Additionally, Tepco evaluated 50 ten quadrillion Bq of Iodine-131 and 2 ten quadrillion Bq of Cs-134/137 were released to the land from March.11 to March.17 of 2011.
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now, this is not 'new' news it's

1. the amounts
2. the fact that they are just now releasing the information now that everyone has conveniently forgotten about it.

the C 131 is now dissipated due to it's short half life, but the 134-137 are still a concern.

The C134 has a half life of 3 years (hence the release of new data)

The C137 is still a major concern.



modus operendi success...


graph:
[link to fukushima-diary.com]

included in the report is a link to another report on the US still importing fish from JP after 9/11

and a link to the report from the UN that proves that the waste is being buried in, around and under schools and playgrounds.

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