Monday, May 16, 2011

#Fukushima I Nuke Plant: TEPCO Just Dumped the Plant Data on the Day of the Earthquake

Very smart of TEPCO and its overseer (NISA) to do it now, after so much radioactive materials have been released and spread in the air, the soil, the ground water, and the ocean. (Remember that it was a Level 7, and that's just by counting the airborne radioactive materials.)

It is like TEPCO and the Japanese government saying "Well it happened, and nothing we can do about it now. So here's the data, if you want."

Let's see if any nuclear researchers in Japan, whether they are paid by the government or not, steps up and explain the data for the rest of us. They've been awfully quiet, except for a few vocal critics like Chubu University's Takeda and Kyoto University's Koide, and even they don't share their analysis of TEPCO's data very much with the lay people.

In Japanese only for now (English link goes to this Japanese page):


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