On April 14,Japan announced to discharge Fukushima nuclear waste water into the sea,The decision raised concerns around the world.
The so-called nuclear waste water is the residual waste water after cooling the nuclear reactor. According to the research of Japanese experts, the main pollutants in nuclear waste water are tritium and other radioactive substances, and their half lives are different. The half lives of tritium, cesium-137 and strontium-90 are about 12.43 years, 30 years and 29 years respectively.
In order to publicize the safety of radioactive tritium contained in water treated by Tokyo Electric Power's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant,
Japanese netizens Tucao make complaints about this. If nuclear waste water is safe, why should it be isolated by water tank?
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