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“High concentrations” of radiation hit US and Canada — Plume was rich in Cesium-137 and “close to the surface” from Vancouver southward — See also Hawaii, Florida (MAPS)

Note the Southeast US, Florida

SOURCE: Xenon-133 and caesium-137 releases into the atmosphere from the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant, Stohl, A., Seibert, P., Wotawa, G., Arnold, D., Burkhart, J. F., Eckhardt, S., Tapia, C., Vargas, A., and Yasunari, T. J., October 20, 2011

Here are some excerpts concerning North America [Emphasis Added]:

“Already on 15 March, a first . . . → Read More: “High concentrations” of radiation hit US and Canada — Plume was rich in Cesium-137 and “close to the surface” from Vancouver southward — See also Hawaii, Florida (MAPS)

Emergency press conference reveals 110 microsieverts per hour at Tokyo supermarket

SOURCE: Fukushima Diary

TOKYO, Oct. 28 — Breaking news from Mochizuki, “110 micro Sv/h in Setagaya.”

“In Setagaya, Tokyo, ward mayor held an emergency press conference at 10PM,” says the report. They announced the 110 micro Sv/h near ‘Powerlarks Setagaya’ supermarket.

“If an average citizen measured it, it might be way higher,” notes Mochizuki.

Read More: Breaking . . . → Read More: Emergency press conference reveals 110 microsieverts per hour at Tokyo supermarket

Major Study: Reactor No. 5 releases may explain why so much radioactive xenon detected… or “recriticality has occurred in one of the reactor units”

SOURCE: Xenon-133 and caesium-137 releases into the atmosphere from the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant, Stohl, A., Seibert, P., Wotawa, G., Arnold, D., Burkhart, J. F., Eckhardt, S., Tapia, C., Vargas, A., and Yasunari, T. J., October 20, 2011

“Fortunately, due to the maintenance outage and the survival of one diesel generator, it seems . . . → Read More: Major Study: Reactor No. 5 releases may explain why so much radioactive xenon detected… or “recriticality has occurred in one of the reactor units”

Japan gov’t to drastically reduce allowable level of radiation in food — 100 Bq/kg expected by April

Oct. 28 — “Health minister Yoko Komiyama announced Friday that the government will lower the allowable amount of radiation in food products from 5 millisieverts per year to 1, but some experts are puzzled,” writes Jun Hongo for The Japan Times.

“The current limit of 500 becquerels per kilogram of radiation for meat, fish . . . → Read More: Japan gov’t to drastically reduce allowable level of radiation in food — 100 Bq/kg expected by April

France: 20 times more cesium was released from Fukushima into sea than TEPCO claims

Oct. 28 — “On October 27, the Institute for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN, Institut de Radioprotection et de Surete Nucleaire) of France announced its research report in which the researchers estimated the total amount of radioactive cesium-137 leaked from Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant into the ocean was 27,100 terrabecquerels from March . . . → Read More: France: 20 times more cesium was released from Fukushima into sea than TEPCO claims

“Could Be the Start of Something Very Big”: Iraq War Vet wounded at California protest — Fractured skull after police shot tear gas canisters — FYI: Occupy Wall Street began over nuclear power & bankers (VIDEOS)

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NOTE: If you have friends/family who are into OWS, forward them a link to this article so they can also be exposed to a little information about the ongoing Fukushima catastrophe

Hurt protester Scott Olsen was ‘provoking no one’, San Francisco Chronicle by Justin Berton and Will Kane, October 27, 2011 at 9:29 . . . → Read More: “Could Be the Start of Something Very Big”: Iraq War Vet wounded at California protest — Fractured skull after police shot tear gas canisters — FYI: Occupy Wall Street began over nuclear power & bankers (VIDEOS)