Years after the Fukushima triple core meltdown in March 2011 . The US has not implemented any monitoring of the radiation spilling in the ocean. Scientists from OMER lead by Buessler have been conductng their own studies on radiation levels in areas of the ocean. In 2013 a figure of 300 tons per day was finally given on “how much” is still leaking into the Pacific Ocean . My research indicates this is still leaking as of February 13, 2017.
But we are not seeing the steady decrease we would expect to see off Fukushima if all sources had stopped; rather, we are finding values are still elevated, which confirms that there is continued release from the plant.” Says Buessler
“It will continue do so indefinitely as the source of the leak cannot be sealed as it is inaccessible to both humans and robots due to extremely high temperatures.” Stated Spiritegg.com
“Map shows the location of seawater samples taken by scientists and citizen scientists that were analyzed at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution for radioactive cesium as part of Our Radioactive Ocean. Cesium-137 is found throughout the Pacific Ocean and was detectable in all samples collected, while cesium-134
(yellow/orange dots), an indicator of contamination from Fukushima, has been observed offshore and in select coastal areas. (Figure by Jessica Drysdale, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)”
Fukushima will continue to leak with Tobots not able to withstand the high levels for more then 2 hours before melting
On February 3,2017 Japan Times states the “No. 1 power plant has reached a maximum of 530 sieverts per hour, the highest since the triple core meltdown in March 2011”
“An energy map provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows the intensity of the tsunami in the Pacific Ocean caused by the magnitude 8.9 earthquake which struck Japan on March 11, 2011. Thousands of people fled their homes along the Pacific coast of North and South America on Friday as a tsunami triggered by Japan’s massive earthquake reached the region but appeared to spare it from major damage.”
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