Nov. 2 — “An almost certain rise in cancer rates for millions of people is the best case scenario from the continued leakage from Fukushima Daiichi reactors No. 1, 2, 3, and 4,” writes Bianca Jagger in a letter to Japan’s ambassador in the UK.
Here’s an excerpt:
“I would like to convey to . . . → Read More: Bianca Jagger tells Japan’s UK Ambassador: “Efforts must be focused on ending the ongoing fires” at Fukushima plant — Asks gov’t do all it can to limit radiation exposure
Title: 21.44μSv/h road side sand, Koriyama city, Koriyama junior high School
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Date: Nov 5, 2011
“Please share. Save children.”
“On 5 Nov 2011, I measured radiation in front of a junior high school(Koriyama Daisan junior high school) in Koriyama city, Fukushima pref. Japan.” [...]
“The monitor indicates 0.83 micro Sievert . . . → Read More: “Please share — Save children”: 21.44 µSv/h measured at Koriyama school as students walk by — 60 km from meltdowns (VIDEO)
SOURCE: MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow ShowTITLE: No sex or drugs, but alarming energy news nonetheless
DATE: Nov. 2, 2011
GE-paid MSNBC host: My personal favorite energy scandal? Nuclear power in America!
“Someday this stuff — this nuclear plant stuff — is going to drive me nuts enough that I’m going to send cocaine-laden divorce . . . → Read More: Major TV Host: Someday this nuclear stuff is going to drive me nuts enough that I’m going to send cocaine-laden divorce papers to nuke plant in hopes of provoking outrage (VIDEO)
Nov. 5 — Even after robots were used to sweep away debris on Nov. 2, “They measured 210 mSv/h and 620 mSv/h on the first floor of reactor 3,” reports Fukushima Diary citing Asahi.
UPDATE: Fukushima Diary has the details
120,000 Bq/kg of Cesium in the soil near the entrance to Ryugasaki Kubodai elementary school At 4 locations beside the pool, they measured 11,720~19,050 Bq/kg At the school 1 meter above the ground there were 2 locations with over 2 µSv/h And 14 locations with over 1 µSv/h . . . → Read More: NEW: High radioactivity found all around school in Ryugasaki, 30 km from Tokyo — Over a dozen hotspots detected near face level