You know how they tell you that nuclear radiation has insane half lives that basically means that when anything is contaminated, it takes thousands if not tens of thousands of years to decay to safe levels?
Why doesn’t that work out in the real world?
For the first time since the 2011 disaster, all of the rice harvested in Fukushima Prefecture this year has passed radiation tests and now can be deemed safe for consumption, according to local officials.
Virtually all of the rice harvested in Fukushima in 2014 â or some 360,000 tonnes â has been checked for radiation and met the national standards of less than 100 Becquerelâs per kilogram, Reuters reports. Read more »