Remembering Chernobyl, UCLA Bruin, April 25, 2006:
Thinking back to 20 years ago, it’s the splashing in yellow rainwater that Antonina Sergieff vividly recalls. …
When these elements first reached Sergieff 20 years ago, they came in the form of yellow rain.
It was not long after that residents in her hometown knew it wasn’t simply “pollen” – which is what government officials assured them, she said.
Read the report here.
The “yellow rain” seen Wednesday in the Kanto region surrounding Tokyo was caused by pollen, not radioactive materials as many residents had worried, the Japan Meteorological Agency said Thursday. …
h/t Intel Hub
Published: March 24th, 2011 at 7:41 pm ET
- “Yellow rain” around Tokyo caused by pollen officials say – Rain may have contained radioactivity March 24, 2011
- Yellow powder reported in North Kanto area after rain, as happened in late March — Near location of newly found cesium ‘mistake’ (PHOTO) September 23, 2011
- Report: Yellow powder recorded during video of Reactor No. 4 (PHOTO & VIDEO) October 30, 2011
- Rain stimulating “reagents” used during Chernobyl to protect Moscow from fallout — Expert recommends same over Pacific for Fukushima March 28, 2011
- US Government statements about safe radiation “actually undermine confidence” — Total I-131 and Cs-137 from Fukushima now appear to rival Chernobyl April 7, 2011