An ordinary guy with a brain:
He asks: Where is the plutonium? Good question! It was found in the soil. Hence it is also in the sea. Fish swim in thesea. Fish eat and circulate the water through their systems. Too high levels of cesium 137 have already been found in fish. It’s a good question: Where is the plutonium? Some of it is already in the fish, some of which will end up on our plates. Chopsticks or knives and forks. Bon appetit…..
An expert guy with a brain:
One more thing: Recently we learned that Tepco is injecting nitrogene in the containment vessel of reactor 1. When this would be succesful, they plan to do the same for the other reactors. Purpose: to prevent another hydrogene explosion inside the reactor vessel. I don’t know about you, folks, but it sounds pretty serious to me. An explosion inside the reactor vessel, would blow the whole thing apart, and expose the full extent of radioactive materials to the environment. Am I wrong? At the same time, we are reassured that it is just a “precaution measure” and there is no “immediate danger” of such an explosion. But then again, I ask myself: if there is no danger, whether immediate or not, why take the precaution measure? When this precaution measure would not be taken, would the explosion be inevitable? Anyway, I read that the explosion, obviously necessary to prevent with this measure, could happen. And since it it could happen, why are they still debating about extending the evacuation zone? Once it happens , it will be too late. Am I wrong again?