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Hot Water From Fukushima is Entering Pacific Ocean

Based on satellite observations of Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies, it appears nuclear heated water from the destroyed nuclear plants at Fukushima is entering the Pacific ocean off the coast of Japan.


There are three uncontrolled reactor cores that have melted from overheating. That has never happened before.

And one of them had a good bit of plutonium. So we are dealing with a lot of unknowns.

What is surmised is that these melted blobs of nuclear reactor cores have burned down into the ground next to the Pacific ocean and have been heating the ground water for two years. Ground water there moves into the ocean at a slow pace.

This nuclear heated water then becomes surface water in the Pacific. It may only be a few dozen meters in depth. Maybe less than that since it is fresh water and fresh water floats on top of salt water.

First is a map of Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies (SSTA) from a week ago, from Unysis Weather. Following that is another source map from NOAA of SSTA.

First the Unysis map from April 7, 2013. Look closely at the yellow and red blob offshore of Japan. Note there is not another red and yellow blob anywhere else on the map.

<img src="" border="0"> Link: weather.unisys.com/archive/sst/sst_anom-130407.gif

Here is the map from NOAA from April 20, 2013. Look closely at the SSTA around Japan and note that most of the water around Japan is actually cooler than usual (anomaly) but there again is that hot spot off the coast of Japan, just offshore from Fukushima.

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Link: ncdc.noaa.gov/pub/data/wksst/wksst.20130220.gif

This is what the satellites are showing. Discuss.

Fukushima is Heating Pacific Ocean

The melted reactors of Fukushima have been leaking hot water into the ocean and satellites can see the added heat.

Here is link to surface anomaly. Hot link won't show, so copy and paste this link.
weather.unisys.com/surface/sst_anom.gif
See the yellow blob off the coast of Japan? A few days ago it was red.

There are three uncontrolled reactor cores that have melted from overheating. That as never happened before.

And one of them had a good bit of plutonium. So we are dealing with unknowns.

What is surmised is that these melted blobs of nuclear reactor cores have burned down into the ground next to the Pacific ocean. Ground water there moves into the ocean at a slow pace.

This nuclear heated water is now surface water. It may only be a few dozen meters in depth. The fact that it contains many radioactive compounds could be keeping it from mixing with the unpolluted colder seawater, besides the fact that radiation still produces constant heat.

What we have here are uncontrolled reactors, and the science shows excess heat is being produced and that heat is affecting the temperatures in the nearby Pacific ocean.
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