Radioactivity rises in sea off Japan nuclear plant DUH!

TOKYO (AP) - Levels of radioactivity have risen sharply in seawater near a tsunami-crippled nuclear plant in northern Japan, signaling the possibility of new leaks at the facility, the government said Saturday.
The announcement came after a magnitude-5.9 earthquake jolted Japan on Saturday morning, hours after the country's nuclear safety agency ordered plant operators to beef up their quake preparedness systems to prevent a recurrence of the nuclear crisis.
There were no reports of damage from the earthquake, and there was no risk of a tsunami similar to the one that struck the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant March 11 after a magnitude-9.0 earthquake, causing Japan's worst-ever nuclear plant disaster.

Everyone in the world watched Japan Dump that HUGE amount of Radioactive Raw Seweage into the Ocean.
Sea radiation soars to 5m times legal limit  Japan dumps radioactive water into sea