Reports released at a Symposium last month admitted that
cesium being leaked into the sea from Fukushima Daiichi had
traveled 2000km and down to 5000km in depth in the Pacific
during the first month of the disaster. Why this information
was not released to the public sooner was not explained.
Substances were found on the Russian Kamchatka Peninsula
during the first month of the disaster. With the currents in
the Pacific this raises questions about the contamination
already reaching the waters of Canada and the US. Currently
no sea testing or seafood testing is planned in the US where
officials closed the issue weeks after the disaster claiming
models said there was no risk. Canada has done some minor
testing but no comprehensive testing of the sea or seafood.
This image shows the Pacific currents. Experts have already
called into question the idea that this will disperse into
the ocean, something initially claimed at TEPCO dumped
massive amounts of radioactive water into the sea.
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