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originally posted by: texasgirl
a reply to: thorfourwinds
Does anyone know how many sea lions were washing ashore, stranded or dying, before the Fukushima disaster? If this is being blamed on unseasonable warm or unseasonably cold ocean temps then they should've been dying in record amounts before 2011, too. A good way to see through the lies, maybe?
This is heartbreaking. I can't handle hearing such awful, sad animal stories!
originally posted by: matadoor
In case anyone is interested, there are plenty of nuke reactors and other nuke material littering the oceans, don't think it's just the pacific nor just Fuk.....
Texasgirl, the numbers are way above any numbers from the years before Fuku. I'm going on memory but I think it started in 2012/2013,
originally posted by: zworld
Silverlok, does this make sense. The following is the data for detection of Xenon 135. They show it's being detected in 1 but not 2 and 3, yet the detection limits are way high for 2 and 3, and would make 1 a ND as well. I don't get it.
In unit 1 indicated value 6.60E-04 detection limit 6.20E-04
In unit 2 indicated value ND detection limit 2.1E-01
In unit 3 indicated value ND detection limit 3.0E-01
a half-life of about 6.7 hours and decays into xenon-135 (half-life 9.2 hours