Radioactive from Japan detected to California

Effects radioactive sulfur from nuclear reactors Fukushima, Japan damaged by the tsunami is detected to California, United States last March. However, the researchers stated that radioactivity has not endanger human health.

According to researchers from the University of California, San Diego, Mark Thiemens, concentrations of radioactivity in the region of California has risen higher than normal levels.

"Levels of record is not a problem for human health. In fact, it takes sensitive instruments for measuring radioactive decay for hours after the collection of particles to determine the exact amount of radiation," said Thiemens, as reported by page, Monday, August 15, 2011.

Fukushima nuclear reactors used for nuclear power plants (NPP) damaged by the tsunami last March 11, 2011.

The researchers found the samples of milk in California, Colorado, Connecticut, and Massachusetts contaminated with iodine active despite the low levels. According to American protection agency officials, the level of radiation is very small. Active sulfur level research conducted at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla, California, March 28 to April 2010.