From Lee Summit:
Not to be picky, but you’re also citing your sources incorrectly. It would be nice if you posted one of these scary simulation graphics/videos from it’s original source rather than a 3rd party blog that takes it out of context, or intentionally deleted that context to support their own agenda (cough – wave height). If you’re looking to win an argument using facts, citing a blog called “Jeromie Williams Eats the Internet for Breakfast” is not going to help.
However, if you go to the source of the simulation he posted http://www.geomar.de/en/, and search for “fukushima”, you are then taken here: http://www.geomar.de/en/service/kommunikation/singlepm/article/fukushima-wo-bleibt-das-radioaktive-wasser/
The first hit that comes up links you to the actual source of this graphic AND it’s accompanying article explaining what those scary colors swirling across the sea actually mean. Again, the source is here: http://environmentalresearchweb.org/cws/article/news/50176