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English: A system for (supposedly) diluting Radon into drinking water. Seen in the dining hall at Suimeiso Hotel, Mizusawa, Iwate, Japan.
Français : Un système pour (censément) diluer du radon dans de l'eau de boisson, par immersion de roches. Vu dans le restaurant de l'hôtel Suimeiso, Mizusawa, Iwate, Japon.
日本語: ラドン水. 翠明荘(すいめいそう)ホテルのレストランに.
Date 23 October 2010
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Author David.Monniaux


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