Saturday, March 26, 2011

Japan - Dangerous Leakage

Due to a dangerous leakage in, at least, one reactor radioactive iodine gained access to seawater. The actual iodine intensity is now 1.250 times higher than normal. The day before it was only 100 times higher.
On Wednesday, three rescue workers had already received a dangerous dose of radioactivity while they had to pass a pumping room that is still partly flooded with water leaked from one of the reactors.

Decontamination of the world's greatest aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan which participated in rescue operations during the first days after the earthquake and tsunami impact when a nuclear catastrophe at the Fukushima energy plant was already in sight.

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