US NOAA: Fukushima Radioactive Aerosol Dispersion Model Shows North American Impacts

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US NOAA Fukushima radioactive aerosol dispersion model clearly shows Fukushima nuclear disaster discharges blowing offshore and impacting North America.Fukushima has continued to discharge radioactive materials into the air, and water, as even admitted by TEPCO. They probably wait until the wind is blowing offshore to vent radioactive materials, to the extent possible.

Link: http://youtu.be/teV44bW30Z4
This is the NOAA model of radioactive discharges from the Fukushima nuclear disaster from 12 to 31 March of 2011. It is only of Cesium 137, and not the other radionuclides.

The melted down reactors continue to discharge into the air, as well as ocean. Thus radioactive materials continue to be dispersed.

Cesium 137 has a half life of 30 years, so that it will take over 400 years before radiation from these and other discharges of Cesium 137 become non-radioactive. They note that radioactivity decreases in the atmosphere due to rainfall and settling…

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