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April 06, 2011



In the analysis report of March 15, TEPCO reported substantial amount Chlorine 38, a shortlived activation product of Chlorine in sea water, indicating the presence of neutrons in the reactors which in turn is possible only if there was a localized criticality. Otherwise how do you explain the presence of Chlorine 38?


April 20 TEPCO has reevaluated its nucleotide analysis and reported that the concentration of Cl 38 is below detectable levels.

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