By March 21, 5 nuclear isotopes from Fukushima detected in Seattle: Iodine-131, iodine-132, tellurium-132, cesium-134 and cesium-137

Radioactive seaweed found in Vancouver, CA — “As of now, the levels we’re seeing are not harmful”: Nuclear physicist

Radiation detected in B.C. seaweed and rainwater not dangerous: researchers, Vancouver Sun, March 28, 2011 at 4:11 pm EDT

EPA: Penn. and Mass. have seen elevated levels of radiation in rain — “Short-term elevations” not a health concern… How about Long-term?

Japanese Nuclear Emergency: EPA’s Radiation Air Monitoring, EPA, March 27, 2011

EPA: Radioactive isotope levels are increasing in US — “These types of findings are to be expected in the coming days”

March 28, 2011

3 different types of plutonium detected around Fukushima nuclear plant

CNN, March 28th, 2011 at 12:11 pm EDT

“Deplorable”: Plutonium detected at 5 locations — “Unknown which reactor plutonium came from”

Radioactive particles from Fukushima found in Massachusetts rain — “25 times less risky than it would need to be in order to cause any health concerns” (VIDEOS)

Radioactive particles from Fukushima found in Massachusetts rain — “25 times less risky than it would need to be in order to cause any health concerns” (VIDEOS)

“25 times less risky than it would need to be in order to cause any health concerns”

TEPCO VP: Possibly years before crisis ends

Rain stimulating “reagents” used during Chernobyl to protect Moscow from fallout — Expert recommends same over Pacific for Fukushima

Radioactive rain over Pacific will save lives, RIA Novosti