Tuesday, June 28, 2011

#Fukushima I Nuke Plant: Some Kind of Fissioning Still Somewhere?

Radioactive iodine (I-131) inside the silt fence at the water intake canal for the Reactor 2 continues to be detected, although the amount is nothing like what it used to be back in April.

From TEPCO's press releases, the amount of iodine-131 inside the silt fence at the water intake canal for the Reactor 2, in becquerels/liter

6/22: 310
6/23: 1,000
6/24: 180
6/25: 1,300
6/26: 1,600
6/27: 1,200


Anonymous said...

I noticed that.
Also level of Cesium was also increasing very much on 3 and 4 at the same day.

Anonymous said...

3 and 4 steam the most vigorously.

Anonymous said...

I have to say that form now on, even when dayly life retuns to a state of "normalety", the most dangerous path is still ahead of us all.

Its not easy to live under this conditions, but try to protect your self and you closest to the continous fallout, its not stopped yet.
Wait for the maping and radi.messurments are better and then deside what to do.

I am more conserned now then a moth ago, because its been pushed into the back of everyones minds right now, thats the danger.

I am very woried.
This WILL be woursh, it accumulates on topp of everything, remember that.

Anonymous said...

we need TEPCO to commit suicide and let an international crew continue

Anonymous said...

On report for 28th of June, bad increase of Cesium / sub drain of reactor #3

up to
75,0 the safety limit for Cesium 134
53,3 the safety limit for Cesium 137 .

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