Oilprice.com dissects an independent study on the radioactive release following the Fukushima...

|By:, SA News Editor

Oilprice.com dissects an independent study on the radioactive release following the Fukushima disaster, painting a scary picture. Not surprisingly, the minimalistic version of events spewed by Japan's government and TEPCO (TKECF.PK) is disputed before the report takes on the effect of Cesium-137 in the Pacific. The bad news is the dangerous release is spread through the food chain from plankton all the way up to swordfish. The good news - if you can call it that - is the half-life of cesium is a relatively short 30 years.