Workers were pumping more than 3 million gallons of contaminated water from Japan's tsunami-ravaged nuclear power complex into the Pacific Ocean on Tuesday, freeing storage space for even more highly radioactive water that has hampered efforts to stabilize the plant's reactors. . . .
Radioactivity is quickly diluted in the ocean, and government officials said the dump should not affect the safety of seafood in the area.
I have a suggestion for safety inspectors and government officials who tell us that "radioactivity is quickly diluted in the ocean" and "should not affect the safety of seafood in the area" of the nuclear dump - - go for a swim in those waters and feed that seafood to your family.
I might believe them after they do that.