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Offline Marlin

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Wow.  Was wondering if they would ever come up with something.  I figured this problem would have been conquered by now even if Fuku hadn't happened.

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Marlin posts cool stuff!
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It was my understanding that the majority of the Strontium and Cesium had already been filtered out for the most part. Now they don't know what to do with millions of gallons of water contaminated with DEADLY Tritium  ::)

I say dump it into the ocean where it will be quickly diluted along with the other million+ curies of Tritium that's already in the ocean.

Or, continue to be a bunch of idiots and keep building the massive tanks that are doing nothing but inhibiting progress in the clean up efforts of Fukushima.
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I say dump it into the ocean where it will be quickly diluted along with the other million+ curies of Tritium that's already in the ocean.

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