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Fukishima and TEPCO Data

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5 years 7 months ago #4159 by Sonarflash
In reading through news links, I shook my head. The IAEA simply accepts and publishes TEPCO data on Fukishima.
"The report contains information on discharges from the subdrain and groundwater drain systems, as well as on groundwater bypassing conducted during the month of August. In both cases, in advance of the action, TEPCO analyzes the quality of the groundwater to be discharged and announces the results. These results confirm that the radiation level of sampled water are substantially below the operational targets set by TEPCO."

That the IAEA accepts data from the people who caused and falsified data on the disaster over the past several years is like accepting NAZI data on the "relocation of Jews".

Would that we had valid, independent reports, not tainted data from the culprits. Likewise, not extremist data from the anti-nuclear side.

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4 years 9 months ago #4757 by jnissen
Replied by jnissen on topic Fukishima and TEPCO Data
Looks like they are going to now willfully dump the contaminated water into the sea. It's been leaking for years. Not good news and could be very troubling for Japan's future.

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