Meanwhile, cesium and iodine levels, even in trace amounts, have not been detectable in the drinking water for about 7 days now. Only for a day or two did a while back did it go above the level "safe" for infants.
The air radiation is down to .0632 microsieverts per hour in Tokyo. The highest it got was .4 for just one hour several days after the crisis. The numbers continue to go down and have not gone above the highest "average" non-crisis levels in weeks. However those numbers still sit near the top of "average" levels when in normal situations they would be moving more between the range of average.
Sorry if it seems like boring number crunching. Again, makes me feel somehow empowered to post this stuff.
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