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Fukushima Didn’t Just Suffer Three Meltdowns … The Nuclear Core Has Finally Been Found … Scattered All Over Japan via Global Research

It Also Suffered “Melt-Throughs” and “Melt-outs”

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The Journals Environmental Science & Technology and Journal of Environmental Radioactivity both found (hat tip EneNews) that the highly radioactive black substances match fuel from the core of the Fukushima reactors.

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission agrees.

Indeed, “hot particles” with extremely high levels of radiation – 7 billion, 40 billion , and even 40 billion billion Bq/kg – have been found all over the Fukushima region, and hundreds of miles away … in Tokyo.

Let’s put this in perspective.  The Atlantic notes:

Japanese regulations required nuclear waste with 100 or more bq/kg of Cesium to be monitored and disposed of in specialized containers.

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The new government limit for material headed for landfills is 8000 bq/kg, 80 times the pre-Fukushima limit.

So the hottest hot particle found so far is 5 million billion times greater than the current government limits of what can be put in a landfill.

In other words, the core of at least one of the Fukushima reactors has finally been found … scattered all over Japan.

Nothing like this has ever before happened before.

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  1. yukimiyamotodepaul says

    I am not sure what “melt-outs” that this article is referring to, and the cited articles do not necessarily mention the core is found throughout Japan. In fact, one source discusses the black substances found in Fukushima, while the Atlantic informs that the nuclear waste from Fukushima has been distributed throughout Japan. Thus, this entry does not reflect the Atomic Age’s opinion or agreement, but rather simply represents one opinion among many, regarding the Fukushima nuclear accidents and their aftermath.



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