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      Important Fukushima nuclear accident, Chernobyl certification officially over! U.S. officials announced! Fukushima 18.1 Becquerel Kyoto, Kyoto Chernobyl 10.5 Becquerel!  http://t.co/L2xD2azmJF   Terrorist Http://t.co/8wdmEdPO9y  that was released into the ocean 561 tons groundwater that is [] nuclear accident radioactive contamination   Terrorist   Those of 4 Bq or more though was not able to bring out of the building before the accident, the world or forgive this London violation of the Convention?   Groundwater 560 tons, Fukushima first release to the sea, bypass plan Underground water bypass plan to suppress the increase of contaminated water that continue to increase in the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, the 21st morning, TEPCO was released into the sea for the first time the groundwater pumped. About 560 tons worth of pumped in April, the concentration of radioactive substances that are below the reference value TEPCO decided (1500 Bq / l).   http://www.labornetjp.org/news/2014/1400849061997staff01 TEPCO - seawater best value = Fukushima first port activity concentration inside and outside, in five locations   The 16th, a total of five locations of the port and out-port in the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, TEPCO revealed radioactive material concentration in seawater has been a record high value. Recently, cases of radioactive material concentrations in the highs are one after another in the groundwater of the nuclear power plant, but the effects on the seawater, TEPCO has said, "I do not know the cause."   According to TEPCO, in seawater taken in the 12th in water intake between the Units 2 and 3 of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in the port, tritium has been detected 1900 becquerels per liter. Highest value at this location was the 1400 Becquerel of April 14. Tritium is included in the 1400 Becquerel in seawater collected another point nearby, I exceeded the 1200 Becquerel of the highest value so far.   In addition, from the seawater taken on the 15th in water intake between Units 1 and 2, radioactive materials that emit beta radiation, such as strontium-90 is the 840 becquerels detected, and one of the 540 becquerel is the highest value of this place It was more than .5 times.   Even outside the harbor, in the sea water was collected in the 12th in the collection point just north of the harbor, tritium highs and 8.7 Bq. Tritium is up 4.3 Becquerel detected from seawater were taken on the same day at a point about three kilometers to the south, it became more than twice the highest value so far.   Last year, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had said, "is completely blocked in port," the impact of contaminated water of the nuclear power plant.   http://news.mixi.jp/view_news.pl?widget_type=1&media_id=4&widget_setting=0&from=widget&id=2885491   Large diffusion! ! !  http://pbs.twimg.com/media/BnqryU3IgAAXjQ7.jpg Those of Becquerel 4 or more were not able to bring out of the building Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant worker interview before the accident   http://ameblo.jp/misininiminisi/entry-11850070259.html 2014-05-14 19:27:00 Theme: Video The independent media OurPlanetTV of non-profit Of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant that was published on May 12, 2014 Videos that published the inte

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