Monday, 16 May 2011

Cesium, unlike sugar

is completely tasteless

in tea

- one lump or two?

Of 15 samples of Japanese tea leaves recently tested at least 5 samples were found to contain dangerous levels of radioactive cesium - levels up to 780 becquerels per kilo in harvested tea leaves.

Most dangerous meltdown is no. 3 - because no. 3 contained the rods of plutonium-MOX; so when you read of smoke, explosions, fires, leaks, the containment vessel being breached and all the rest of it, always check to see if no. 3 is involved.

EMERGENCY UPDATE: visit my RT Link for FUKUSHIMA latest from Prof. Christopher Busby - "radiation now appearing in Wales...", "situation out of control".

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