A reader writes: Is Fukushima really dead yet?

“Is Fukushima really dead yet? It is still a living source of deadly Radiation.

I recently came across these atmpospheric simulations, produced an American independent organization, that indicate TEPCO vastly under-reported radionuclide emissions from the Fukushima Plant.

http://www.datapoke.org/blog/8/study-modeling-fukushima-npp-radioactive-contamination-dispersion-utilizing-chino-m-et-al-source-terms/

http://www.datapoke.org/partmom/a=40

I’ve suspected for some time that the publicly released emissions data had been manipulated – If the models are correct I suppose this re enforces my hunch. Is there anyone here that can help us explain the implications of this model?” by unspokenhermit end quote.

Any takers?

2 Responses to “A reader writes: Is Fukushima really dead yet?”

  1. Whoopie Says:

    It posted. We’ll see if we get any takers at HP

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/12/29/nuclear-power-gregory-jaczko-nuclear-regulatory-commission_n_1160711.html?page=2

  2. David Ritchie Says:

    It’s not dead, and there is still much to be covered. For example, a new Fukushima blog at thebrinydeep.wordpress.com offers stark, sometimes wry coverage of the Fukushima meltdowns and their effects (both psychological and sociological), with occasional suggestions for research.

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