Well, summer is here. We're hitting the low 90's with humidity in the low 90s as well. Tokyo and east Japan are even hotter. Makes you crave big glasses of ice cold water, pitchers of tea. Good thing the water's safe!
"Step right up, get'chur water here. Certified safe by the central government. Don't worry about those pesky little DNA encryption errors, your grandkids'll be perfectly happy looking like hairy octopi."
Areas outside the Fukushima evacuation zone have been certified safe for children, with radiation within all limits. "Damn!", you say. "How did they take care of that so fast? How'd they clean up hotspots so strong that they were frying the robots designed for highly-radioactive environments?"
Well, I'm glad you asked. It was really quite simple. They looked at the allowable radiation levels in the drinking water and in the soil on school grounds, then compared them to the legal limits.
Then they raised the limits TWENTY-FOLD. (2)
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