Is Nuke Industry safer than the bomb tests – NO. Add, don’t Subtract.

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Radioactive strontium from Fukushima disaster found in 10 prefectures

THE ASAHI SHIMBUN

2012/07/26

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Radioactive strontium-90 from the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant has been detected for the first time in 10 prefectures outside Miyagi and Fukushima, the science ministry said July 24.

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Strontium 90 and 89 have been reported distance from the Fukushima plant.
In the days prior to the Government suppression of Plutonium data (one report was released and then reporting stopped), Sr** had been regularly found and reported.

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One Response to “Is Nuke Industry safer than the bomb tests – NO. Add, don’t Subtract.”

  1. CaptD Says:

    More Geiger counters in the hands of “civilians” = honest reporting!
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