posted on Sep, 6 2011 @ 07:52 AM
I was watching some footage of the typhoon that struck Japan recently, and started becoming concerned about what could be in the huge amounts of rain
being dumped on them. After all, massive amounts of radioactive water were washed into the pacific ocean after the fukushima disaster. I tried to do
some research of my own about radiation dispersion in water and if it could be transfered into a storm system ect, but I can't find much information
about it at all. Maybe some members here are knowledgeable about such things? Maybe there is no threat at all, and the radioactive water was diluted
and carried away by ocean currents months ago? It kindof reminds me of a sailor throwing a bucket of slop over the side of a ship, only to have it
blow back in his face.
Im just looking for some opinions and answers, and am not scaremongering or claiming this to be the case.I wish the Japanese all the best, and hope
its nothing more than fresh water being rained down on them. But with the never ending lies of TEPCO, the question needs to be asked, is anyone taking
this into consideration, or testing for it?