6.3 quake hits off east coast of Japan, same latitude as Fukushima

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EPA posts latest radiation data: Cesium-137 in Delaware drinking water above “Maximum Contaminant Level”

Drinking Water RadNet Laboratory Analysis, EPA, June 2, 2011:

Nuclear engineers urging IAEA to create “Level 8″ on INES scale for Fukushima

Nuclear engineers urging IAEA to create “Level 8″ on INES scale for Fukushima

Enlarged 50-mile evacuation zone by US was because of spent fuel pools, not reactor meltdowns: NRC official

The NRC also had “suspicions” about the conditions of the spent fuel pools, Borchardt said… Based on that assumption, he said, the NRC recommended that U.S. residents in Japan stay 80 km away

Large burst of steam rising from Reactor No. 4 (VIDEO)

Large burst of steam/smoke rising from Reactor No. 4 (VIDEO)

Japan bans radioactive green tea from area 40 miles SOUTHWEST of Tokyo

“IAEA today admitted there is no such thing as ‘safe’ levels of radiation” — Allowable radiation standard based on ‘benefit’, not safety

Hospital: 40% of Fukushima visitors show internal exposure to radiation

TEPCO shares hit record low — S&P cuts credit rating to junk status; Chance of default on debt now 53 percent

Fears mount as radioactive water now just 10 inches from overflowing surface outside Reactor No. 3

Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan says he will resign over Fukushima

FORUM: Discussion Thread for June 2 – June 8, 2011

Most Japanese worried about radiation poisoning from nuclear meltdown at Fukushima