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Incomplete info — again.

September 2, 2017

While certainly finding 134-Cs is a pretty good fingerprint of where it comes from, this table does not give equally important info like: 1.) what unit volume of water examined; and 2.) dates. Further, was this the ONLY time such readings occurred? or, did more occur of time, and at what levels? The report claims these are “high levels”; but, compared to WHAT? What is the “official” standard for Japanese drinking water? International standards? It’s this kind of sloppy and incomplete reporting of the rad data that renders much of these kinds of reports relatively useless and alarmist, and easily dismissed and/or discredited. Grrr! Tighten it up, people!

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