Strontium 90 Rises Between Units 1 And 2 At Fukushima Daiichi

Strontium 90 has risen in a number of wells between unit 1 and 2 at Fukushima Daiichi to record levels.

Since our research team documented the changes that have taken place after the September 2015 closing of the metal sea front wall a number of changes have taken place that we have documented in previous articles on This may be tied to various changes including well pumping and other factors.

sr90_wells_simplyinfoorg These numbers from early January seem to match up to other abnormalities we have documented in the groundwater systems since September including the local precipitation levels.


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