samedi 16 avril 2011

TEPCO et BP ont détruit la source de la VIE ! (les russes mesurent...le coût d'un verre d'eau.)


Specialists to check air, water for radiation in Far East

MOSCOW, April 15 (Itar-Tass) - Specialists from the Russian Atomic Energy Ministry, the Russian Meteorological Service and other organisations will make large-scale checks of water and air on Russia’s Far Easter coast for radiation levels following the accident at Japan’s Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant caused by a massive earthquake and tsunami , the vice-president of the Russian Geographical Society, Artur Chilingarov, told reporters on Friday. 
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… Plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. released a total of 10,393 tons of radioactive water April 4 to 10, according to the report published Friday evening local time by Japan’s Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency…
Some of the water also proved highly toxic, sometimes 100 million times more radioactive than the allowable limit. Preventing the leakage of the most toxic water became a top priority for Tepco and the government. …
Vladimir Uiba, head of Russia’s Federal Medical-Biological Agency… compared the contamination of seawater by the Fukushima complex with an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico by BP PLC last year, and said, “The BP oil spill has caused far more serious impact on the environment than the Fukushima accident,” he said. wall street journal 15.04.11


The global conveyor belt is crucial to the base of the world's food chain. As it transports water around the globe, it enriches carbon dioxide-poor, nutrient-depleted surface waters by carrying them through the ocean's deeper layers where those elements are abundant. The nutrients and carbon dioxide from the bottom layers that are distributed through the upper layers enable the growth of algae and seaweed that ultimately support all forms of life.