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Radioactive cesium found in Japan’s fish, seawater

05.08.2012 09:37

Harmless traces of radioactive cesium have been discovered in fish and seawater in several areas of Japan, as the country continues to debate whether their fish is safe to consume and anti-nuke protests grow in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.

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Jason Santana 21.08.2013 12:37

What Cesium is this? Celsium-137, Cesium-135 or Cesium, 134. Each have different half-lives ranges from 2 week to 2 millions years. All equally as bad. They tend to diminish more in open water as water absorbs the radiation.

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