posted on Jan, 10 2014 @ 08:00 AM
reply to post by Mclaneinc
Yes, we know the amount of Radiation in the Sea
as well as which Isotopes,
in what Concentrations and Ratio from the Reports
provided by Tepco
but also from a few other governmental Organizations!
Just today i got the Message that Tepco is opening their Gates
for more independent People and Institutes,
they can do their own Measurements!
Everything is coming with a Timeline
and now the Time of more Openess is coming!
reply to post by Aazadan
No, nothing to do with Coalplants but with a Radon-Washout:
Radon Washout occurs when naturally occurring Uranium and Thorium decay, at one point creating a gas called Radon. Radon is a short lived gas,
quickly decaying into other radioactive materials. When it rains, radon and the decay products of radon fall upon the ground, similarly to how ash or
dust can be removed from the air by rain. The result is a light coat of radioactive water on cars, streets, houses, etc. The radioactivity detected on
the surface of objects exposed to the air diminishes over time due to the water evaporating, radioactive decay, absorption into the soil, etc.
Detection of Radon Washout
The exact cause of a source of unknown radiation cannot be positively identified without some sort of specialized testing, such as radio chemical or
spectroscopy. Geiger counters can detect radon washout very effectively, especially on car hoods and other metallic surfaces. A Geiger counter can
easily experience hundreds of click sounds per minute as a result of a fresh rainfall. A key attribute of Radon Washout is the time it takes for the
affected sample to return to normal. If you test your car hood and find that it is more radioactive than it was before the rain, than wait for
approximately three hours and test again and find that the radioactivity is reducing to normal levels, radon washout may be suspected (though not
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