September 30th, 2011 – High Radiation in Unit 1 after ‘Earthquake’ – 512 Sv/h

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Today, after the 5+ earthquake yesterday readings in the drywell of unit 1 are a whopping 512 Sv.

This does fit with a pattern we have seen of gradually rising drywell radiation with major spikes after each earthquake.

One had a 17 Sv jump after a quake. Another quake caused a 57 Sv jump.

A possible reason for these high readings is melted fuel mass somewhere near the gauge in the drywell.

 

Source: atmc.jp, via Enformable
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