One that will detect pages like this letter to Japan Times, and on detecting a mention of EneNews (or Arnie Gundersen prefixed with distinguished scientist, etc), pop up a health warning before allowing me to read…
According to U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission documents released under the Freedom of Information Act (as reported in ENENews.com), the No. 3 reactor is empty of all its MOX fuel.
It would have been nice to have had a proper reference to the original story as Google is quite polluted with anti-nuke sentiment. My understanding is that number 3 had some MOX in use; does this report say that there was none in use at the time of the meltdown? Or what?
Winds blew radioactive materials south toward Tokyo and Shizuoka Prefecture for 10 hours on March 14, 2011.
Now, the writer is implying (or deliberately trying to mislead) that all the reactor MOX fuel was dispersed by these winds.
That means the entire region needs to be thoroughly tested for contamination.
Err, what do you think the government and NGOs like SafeCast has been doing for the last year and three-quarters?
The area of contamination is probably not just 10,000 sq. km
"Probably"? Is that shorthand for "pulled out of my arse"?
Otherwise, the health of the population and subsequent generations will suffer.
Yes, by a statistically undetectable amount.
Redistribution of contaminated food carries the same risks.
I agree, if "same" means "another statistically undetectable amount". However, I guess you mean "OMG WE’RE ALL GOING TO DIE".