Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Japan is trying its best to come out over the grave crisis as flashed on the f.b. on March 31,2011.

Bishwa Nath Singh

The level of radioactive iodine in the sea off Japan's disaster-hit Fukushima nuclear plant has soared to its highest reading yet at 4,385 times the legal limit as revealed by the Press media of Japan.

( Photo of damages caused in Japan in the recent past)

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Bishwa Nath Singh As revealed by the Japanese officials that the faint traces of radiation from Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant have been traced to the Scottish city of Glasgow, . The radiation was, however, "extremely low" and the ScottishGo...vernment said there was no threat to public health, As revealed by the Press media that the traces of radioactive iodine from one hundred thirty one were picked up by an air sampler in the city, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency said, adding that the value of the sample was low and similar to those detected in other European countries like Iceland and Switzerland. James Gemmill, the radioactive substances manager of the agency has revealed that the concentration of iodine detected is not of concern for the public or the environment. Britain is now collecting samples from ninety two monitoring sites around the country. Air samples are checked every hour and the data is then checked by the Met Office in London for any abnormal radiation readings.It would not be out of place to mention that three reactors of the Fukushima nuclear power plant had blown up after the March 11,2011 severe earthquake & Tsunami while a fourth reactor had caught fire.Let us hope that the on-going crisis in Japan will subside soon by hard workig nature of Japanese as whole!


March 31,2011.

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