EPA finds DRINKING water with radioactive iodine-131 in Idaho and Washington — Samples collected last week

EPA STATEMENT: Update on Ongoing Monitoring, EPA, April 4, 2011

Volunteers are operating EPA’s radiation monitors — “Helps the federal agency save money”

“A network of individuals work with the EPA under voluntary agreement as RadNet-trained monitor operators”

Nuclear expert: EPA claim that no harmful radiation could reach US is “idiotic” — EPA says “the federal government is monitoring the situation”

EPA’s radiation detection system not 100 percent, WTVM

U.S. Department of Energy: No level of radiation is without health risks

“Nobody is talking about the fact that there is no safe dose of radiation,” Cabasso added

California nuclear expert criticizes EPA: “We have an emergency network that’s supposed to help us know whether to take emergency action and it’s not working”

Radiation in Bay Area rainwater high, but weakening, San Francisco Examiner, April 4, 2011

Latest forecast has all of California under radiation threat April 6, 7 — Shows levels as high as in Japan (VIDEO)

Latest forecast has all of California under radiation threat April 6, 7 — Shows levels as high as in Japan (VIDEO)

Canada suspends mobile radiation measurements around Vancouver, BC “until further notice” as radioactive cloud looms (VIDEO)

Canada suspends mobile radiation measurements around Vancouver, BC “until further notice” as radioactive cloud looms (VIDEO)

Nuclear Emergency Response, Health Canada, March 31, 2011

US nuclear team in Japan preparing for possibility of “large-scale radiation leak” at Fukushima

U.S. team’s mission is to help SDF, Yomiuri Shimbun, April 4, 2011

Japan gov’t covered up high level radioactivity estimates far from exclusion zone

Japanese withheld information on high radiation at Fukushima, Adelaide Now (NewsCore), April 04, 2011

Nuclear fallout will “engulf” Taiwan starting April 6 — “People should stay home” or “Immediately take off their clothes and cleanse nuclear contaminants” (VIDEO)

People should wear long-sleeved clothing and masks when they go out on a sunny day and carry an umbrella if it rains, said [Taiwan Atomic Energy Council]‘s Lee Jo-chan, who also recommended cleansing showers