Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Leaked TEPCO Report: 120 billion Becquerels of Plutonium, 7.6 trillion Becquerels of Neptunium Released in First 100 Hours — Media Concealed Risk

Mochizuki of the Fukushima Diary website is reporting on a June 2011 document that has been “leaked on the internet” which reveals that Plutonium-238, -239, -240, and -241 were released “to the air” from Fukushima Daiichi during the first 100 hours after the earthquake.

The amount of plutonium released is said to be 120 billion Becquerels.

It also states there was a release of 7.6 trillion Becquerels of Neptunium-239.

Mochizuki says this report was made by Tepco for a press conference on June 6 and the media knew and “kept concealing the risk for 7 months and kept people exposed”.

http://enenews.com/leaked-tepco-report-120-billion-becquerels-of-plutonium-7-6-trillion-becquerels-of-neptunium-released-in-first-100-hours-media-concealed-risk-to-public/comment-page-1

And this was only in the first 100 hours.

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[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, October 18th, 2011.]

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