Monday, April 9, 2012
We all glow down here: Study shows just how much radiation has covered the world since Fukushima
The image is a model of that appeared in the Journal of Environmental Radioactivity *something you don't find on many newstands* shows just how vast and widespread the radiation after the Fukushima disaster has been. The world covered with red and blue.. Shades of red indicate particles at the bottom layer, blue is the upper layer. And all the world is a sea of those two hazy shades of radiation.
More here on the science behind it.
And if you're interested in reading more real research, here is the Journal of Environmental Radioactivity.