Debris from the tsunami is now arriving on the US West Coast.

Significantly more radioactive caesium was released into the atmosphere as a result of the Fukushima explosion than many experts previously stated. A new study challenges the official explanations of the Fukushima explosion, stating that the amount of . Of course experts have actually declared the Fukushima event to be even more catastrophic than Chernobyl.

The report, published online by the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, states that Fukushima actually began emitting in the time between being struck by a magnitude-9 earthquake on March 11th and the subsequent arrival of a tsunami around 45 minutes later.

“This early onset of emissions is interesting and may indicate some structural damage to the reactor units during the earthquake,” the report said. 


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