Radioactive Seawater Invading Pacific?

by The Editors on April 14, 2011

Radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant is reportedly making its way out into the Pacific Ocean and could be headed to a surf spot near you, according to a story on The Intel Hub. This model created by ASR Limited on April 5, 2011 shows just how it might move on out.

Record levels of Japan nuclear radiation have been found in the Pacific Ocean off the Fukushima, Japan Coast. The radiation is expected carried toward the US by fast-moving currents.

Or, maybe the gigantic floating island of plastic out in the middle of the ocean can suck some of it up for us. That would be good, huh?

[Link via The Intel Hub]

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