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Officials reveal about 2 Trillion becquerels of Fukushima radioactive material flowed into ocean every month during 2013 — “Deadly strontium” releases now more than double cesium — “Strontium gets into your bones… it changes the equation” (VIDEO)

 
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Tokyo Electric Power Company handout — Efforts in order to more reliably prevent marine pollution, August 25, 2014:

Relevant translations of document tweeted by @YuriHiranuma

> Aug 26, 2014: TEPCO says 1 billion Bq #tritium flowing out into the port daily, but shouldn’t it be 15 billion Bq?

> Aug 28, 2014:

  • Strontium 90 = 5 billion Bq
  • Cesium 137 = 2 billion Bq
  • Tritium = 15 billion Bq
  • Total daily outflow into the port = 22 billion Bq

See also: Senior Scientist: 100 times more strontium than cesium in water at Fukushima plant — “Strontium gets into your bones… it changes the equation” — Not “too” concerned U.S. fish will be affected

A Wall Street Journal headline refers to it as “deadly strontium“.

Note that the numbers above are for the 2014 daily releases. Here’s the 2013 data:

  • Strontium 90 = ~15 billion Bq/day
  • Cesium 137 = ~22 billion Bq/day
  • Tritium = ~24 billion Bq/day
  • Total daily outflow into the port = ~61 billion Bq/day

Watch Tepco’s press conference (Japanese only) about the releases here

 
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DeKalb Commission remains 2 representatives down

 By Mark Niesse

http://www.ajc.com/news/news/local-govt-politics/dekalb-commission-remains-2-representatives-down/ng82P/

Photo: DeKalb Commission nominee George Turner photo
George Turner, nominee for DeKalb District 5 Commissioner

The DeKalb County Commission’s five remaining members delayed a vote Tuesday to select a temporary commissioner, leaving the body with five of seven seats filled.

The Commission had been scheduled to vote on the appointment of George Turner, an involved member of the southeast DeKalb community, to fill the seat previously held by Interim CEO Lee May, representing about 140,000 residents. But Commissioner Stan Watson made a motion to hold the vote next month, and it passed unanimously without debate.

The other vacant seat belonged to former Commissioner Elaine Boyer, who resigned Monday. Her north DeKalb seat will be filled in a special election.

The southeast DeKalb district seat hasn’t been filled for more than a year since May became the county’s chief executive when Gov. Nathan Deal appointed him to replace suspended CEO Burrell Ellis, who is scheduled to go on trial next month.

Ellis faces charges that he pressured and threatened county contractors for campaign contributions.

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Updated: 4:13 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014 | Posted: 10:11 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014

DeKalb Commissioner Boyer could serve prison time

By Johnny Edwards and Mark Niesse

http://www.ajc.com/news/news/local-govt-politics/criminal-charges-filed-against-former-dekalb-commi/ng82z/

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