Extremely Radioactive Mushrooms Found In Fukushima

Wild mushrooms with 28,000 bq/kg of radiation were found by the Citizen Radiation Measuring Station in Fukushima. Considering the already high food limit is 500 bq/kg, these are extremely high. Mushrooms are radiation sponges, wild mushrooms in parts of Europe are still off limits due to high radiation from Chernobyl 25 years ago. Ex-SKF has all the details and both Japanese and English of the original news article.

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One thought on “Extremely Radioactive Mushrooms Found In Fukushima

  • September 4, 2011 at 10:30 am
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    i feel sorry on what was happened in Japan and also angry with the lack of transparancy from Japanese Goverment. I think i would takes hundred years to completely neutralize all the damaged done by the power plant. If i were the resident there, i would leave and move to far away region even i would have to start my life from the scratch.

    May God have mercy.

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