In case you’re interested. A brief explanation of how seawater samples to monitor for Fukushima contamination are processed when they arrive at the University of Victoria.

More details about sample analysis can be found at our partner organization’s website Our Radioactive Ocean.

The project website is http://fukushimainform.ca.

source: Daily Kos

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  1. In the wake of Fukushima, and the potential ongoing and future “mishaps” and disasters from all nuke plants, it is important to know how to protect yourself and your family. Radiation Protective Foods: How To Shield Yourself From Low-Level Radiation by Sara Shannon is the only book I have found on this topic with definitive information on foods and supplements. You can google it, but make sure to get the 2014 edition.

  2. U reuined our beauty earth which belongs to Jehovah God..Yaweh..n ur gonna pay thru him for this distruction you have caused…u better not even hav the ordacity to even move forward in ur lives…open another power plant …we will come n shut that country down…losers n liars…. who the hell r u to be making decisions for everybody…look wat greed has done…for the ones who has ther money from this..ur not safe at all…..idiots deluxe.

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