Japan: record high radiation levels found in Fukushima fish, more than a year after nuclear accident

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22 Responses to “Japan: record high radiation levels found in Fukushima fish, more than a year after nuclear accident”

  1. fuzzyfuzzyfungus says:

    TEPCO is delighted to announce that Japan’s future nuclear efforts can now be sustained entirely by renewable biofuels harvested from the oceans of the world!

  2. Boundegar says:

    Well fishies, the good news is, no more Nets of Doom swooping down from on high.  The bad news is, you have three heads.

  3. zotlerg says:

    At 258 times the safety limit and a half-life of 30 years, that makes it safe in over 240 years from now?! 

  4. miasm says:

    It’ll be fiiiiiiine. *waves hand

  5. So are we allowed to complain yet?  I love the arbitrary “20km” distinction.  As-if.

    The nuclear industry is a crime against humanity.  Nuclear apologists should be forced to live in Fukushima,with their families.  Until they do, perhaps you’d be better off getting the facts about radiation and what it does to children.

  6. But I thought TEPCO weren’t to be trusted for the facts. As it’s them that reported this finding, it seems reasonable to assume it isn’t true, and that everything is perfectly alright.

    • toyg says:

      No, the reasonable assumption is that they’re reporting a fraction of the truth — throughout the entire ordeal, they never lied, they just “omitted” some facts here and there. So there’s probably something they don’t say — I suspect it is that the 20km limit is bogus.

  7. Marios P. says:

    what did you think? That radiation will evaporate and disappear?

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