South Korean media: Experts say Fukushima has been polluted the second time, Japanese professor admits nuclear sewage has leaked

According to South Korean media reports, South Korean media and Greenpeace experts went to Fukushima to investigate, experts said that nuclear radiation is still spreading, there are secondary pollution. Experts first came to Highway 114, near no man’s land, which opened two years ago, and Greenpeace experts determined that the site tested more than 4.5 microsieverts (safety values of 0.23), 19 times the safety value set by the Japanese government. Walking along the road found that the radiation value rose from a straight line, and eventually reached more than 150 times the safety value.

韩媒:专家称福岛已被二次污染 日本教授承认核污水已漏出

They then went to a safe area where the Japanese government said it had completely removed the radiation, and tested it again along the Takagawa River, which is frequented by residents, but where the radiation is still 56 times higher than the safe value, which is a dangerous value sufficient to cause cancer.

Experts say this suggests that high levels of nuclear material are flowing indefinitely along the river, and Sean, Greenpeace’s chief nuclear expert, said: “What we found is that radiation levels are higher than they are far away from the Fukushima plant.” ”

Experts then measured it with drones and found secondary contamination in the safe area. The test results confirm this statement, and the entire area is measured on a given trajectory over 100 metres, and the radiation can be seen spreading towards the safe zone.

Experts say the map data we took shows that, despite Japan’s efforts to clean up pollution, the edge of the rice fields is still heavily polluted and the pollutants can be seen to be spreading. And the river that runs through the village is connected to the Pacific Ocean, which means that nuclear radiation has actually polluted the U.S. coast through ocean currents.

“After filtering the contaminated water, even if there is radon, from a scientific point of view, it can actually be discharged into the sea, ” said Aoyama Daoxiong, a professor of hydrology in Japan. Unfortunately, nuclear sewage is not actually managed, has been out, the radiation concentration in coastal water is about 1000 Bekeleer, in fact, the highest concentration is in the sea surface to form a return place, that is, the eastern pacific Ocean. “

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