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Since the quake, I think both Japanese and American scientists have been actively collecting data form this region and afar. So far the radioactive level in the sea life has increased, but not to the level that we need to worry about. However, the long exposure is not known for sometime (long time). The sad part is they can't control the leaks. It is a mess, we will all pay for it one way or another.
 

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You mean NRC makes us properly dispose of our radiative waste of C14 and H3 is just for the show. The cost of disposal of a 55 gal drum is way over 10 grands. We could just turn on the tap and flush down the drain. Hey our ocean is huge, they can't detect that.

That was BP said that too about their oil. :)
 
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