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Highest Yet: 512 Sv/hr at Reactor No. 1 — Still reads ‘defective meter’ (CHART)

SOURCE: atmc.jp

Radiation dose, Unit 1 nuclear power plant Hukushima, atmc.jp, September 30, 2011:

SOURCE: atmc.jp

h/t TheWorldIsBlind

Newly released data shows Iodine-131 found multiple times in Ibaraki — 320 Bq/kg in Hitachi sludge, previous test had none (CHARTS)

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100 km from Hitachi to Fukushima Daiichi SOURCE: Google Maps

Radioactivity, such as sewage sludge, Ibaraki Environmental Radiation Monitoring Center, Release Date of September 26, 2011:

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Iodine-131, Dewatered Sludge, September 12 and 21:

35 Bq/kg Kuji purification furnace No. 2 Naka Center 130 Bq/kg Itako purification center

Iodine-131, Dewatered Sludge, September . . . → Read More: Newly released data shows Iodine-131 found multiple times in Ibaraki — 320 Bq/kg in Hitachi sludge, previous test had none (CHARTS)

Kyodo: Gov’t says plutonium appears to be from meltdowns — Found at 6 locations — 45 km from plant in Iitate

Plutonium detected in Iitate village in Fukushima, Kyodo News, September 30, 2011:

Plutonium has been detected at six locations in Fukushima Prefecture, including Iitate village around 45 kilometers northwest of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, apparently as a result of the crisis at the plant triggered by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, . . . → Read More: Kyodo: Gov’t says plutonium appears to be from meltdowns — Found at 6 locations — 45 km from plant in Iitate

First Time: Gov’t admits Plutonium-238 detected in locations far from Fukushima plant

40 km from Fukushima to Iitate-mura

40 km from Fukushima Daiichi to Iitate-mura

Ministry of Education Admits to Plutonium in Iitate-mura in Fukushima, EX-SKF, September 30, 2011:

Jiji Tsushin (5:42PM JST 9/30/2011):

Ministry of Education and Science disclosed on September 30 that plutonium has been detected from the soil in Futaba-machi, Namie-machi and Iitate-mura in Fukushima Prefecture, which derived . . . → Read More: First Time: Gov’t admits Plutonium-238 detected in locations far from Fukushima plant

Fukushima Part II? Tokyo to begin burning massive amounts of radioactive waste from disaster area — Burns will continue for at least 2.5 years, until March 2014 (VIDEO)

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SOURCE: Meteomedia AG

We are basically recreating Fukushima all over again -Arnie Gundersen, nuclear engineer

Rubble from quake- and tsunami-hit areas to be disposed in Tokyo, Mainichi, September 29, 2011:

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[...] Tokyo decided to process rubble from disaster-hit areas after detecting only 133 becquerels of radioactive cesium per kilogram of ash . . . → Read More: Fukushima Part II? Tokyo to begin burning massive amounts of radioactive waste from disaster area — Burns will continue for at least 2.5 years, until March 2014 (VIDEO)