- #Radioactive Fallout in Tokyo in March: Iodine, Cesium, Tellurium, Radioactive Silver (EX-SKF, August 1, 2011):
Silver-110m, half life about 250 days, wouldn’t have been discovered unless the control rods had melted at Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant.
There was the news in early April that radioactive silver was detected in South Korea. There was no way the same nuclide wasn’t falling in Japan if it could fly all the way to Korea, I thought.
It was not until 2PM on July 29 that the Ministry of Education and Science announced the “reading of environmental radioactivity level by prefecture [Fallout]” for March 2011.
What’s the point of telling us now? Just for the record?
Radioactive materials that were falling in the Kanto region in March, other than iodine-131, cesium-134 and -137, are: Continue reading »
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