Checking Godzilla for Radiation

Apparently Japanese automakers have had to put their customers’ minds at ease, by conducting radiation tests on cars built since the Tohoku quake and tsunami for radiation. At Nissan’s Oppama plant, which is 225 miles southwest of the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant, and its Honmoku port facility in Yokohama, random cars are plucked from each shipment and checked. Readings are taken from the hood, wheel housings, and the steering wheel. So far, none of the cars have been found to emit any harmful atomic particles, not even (surprisingly) the GT-R.

[via Autoblog]

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1 Response to Checking Godzilla for Radiation

  1. Ryuji says:

    in this photo, tests show that this Godzilla is not the radioactive lizard they were looking for.

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