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Japan Professor: Gov’t afraid to tell truth — Radiation 10 times higher than officials claim on Sept. 30 near Kyoto, 500 km from meltdowns

Environment | Japan’s 3/11 Radiation Refugees, Linda Moulton Howe, September 29, 2011:

[... O]ne concerned university professor in September 2011 near Kyoto [500km from Fukushima] is measuring ground radiation where he lives in Otsu-City, Shiga Prefecture, at around .4 microsieverts/hour. That is at least ten times higher than the 0.03 microsieverts/hour background level the . . . → Read More: Japan Professor: Gov’t afraid to tell truth — Radiation 10 times higher than officials claim on Sept. 30 near Kyoto, 500 km from meltdowns

Strontium found 80 km from Fukushima plant — 15 Bq/m² of plutonium-239 and -240 in Minamisoma (MAP)

SOURCE: Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology

Highly toxic plutonium detected in soil 45 km away from Fukushima nuclear complex, Mainichi, October 1, 2011:

Namie registered the highest density of plutonium-238 with 4 becquerels per one square meter of soil. The combined density of 15 becquerels of plutonium-239 and -240 was detected in one square meter of soil in Minamisoma, while . . . → Read More: Strontium found 80 km from Fukushima plant — 15 Bq/m² of plutonium-239 and -240 in Minamisoma (MAP)

WSJ: “A potentially disturbing turn” — Plutonium discovered far from Fukushima reactors

Japan Discovers Plutonium Far From Crippled Nuclear Reactor, Wall Street Journal, October 1, 2011:

Trace amounts of plutonium were found as far as 28 miles from the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear-power plant, the first time that the dangerous element released from the accident was found outside of the immediate area of the plant.

The . . . → Read More: WSJ: “A potentially disturbing turn” — Plutonium discovered far from Fukushima reactors

Nearly 500 times more radiation involved in explosion at Marcoule nuke plant than previously admitted — Level 1 on INES scale

SOURCE: kmaschke

SOURCE: kmaschke

The French Nuclear Safety Authority (ASN) reveals the amount of radioactivity in the Oven, September 29, 2011:

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After verification by the ASN, it appears that the smelter contained at the time of the accident, a load of about 4 tons of metal for an activity of about 30 MBq . . . → Read More: Nearly 500 times more radiation involved in explosion at Marcoule nuke plant than previously admitted — Level 1 on INES scale