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Radio: Just a matter of time before molten core reaches groundwater at Fukushima, says architect of Reactor No. 3 (VIDEO)

Radio: Just a matter of time before molten core reaches groundwater at Fukushima, says architect of Reactor No. 3 (VIDEO)

Kevin Kamps on The Fukushima China Syndrome, Thom Hartmann Program, Dec. 5, 2011:

Thom Hartmann talks with Kevin Kamps, Beyond Nuclear: www.beyondnuclear.org about concerns of a major environmental catastrophe at Japan’s damaged nuclear power reactor.

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The architect of Unit 3 at Fukushima Daiichi — a former President of Saga University, so . . . → Read More: Radio: Just a matter of time before molten core reaches groundwater at Fukushima, says architect of Reactor No. 3 (VIDEO)

Magazine shows angler who died from Leukemia fishing in Fukushima during May, two months after meltdowns (PHOTOS)

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Another acute lymphocytic leukemia man ate fish and camped out, Fukushima Diary by Mochizuki, December 4, 2011:

Following up this article Another man died of acute leukemia on 11/17/11. Just after this post was published, the editors of the magazine stated he did not eat fish and camped out. For that denial, you can . . . → Read More: Magazine shows angler who died from Leukemia fishing in Fukushima during May, two months after meltdowns (PHOTOS)

Yomiuri: Mayor near Fukushima dies — Had recently been hospitalized two weeks with enteritis, which affected many Chernobyl liquidators

Google Translation – Salt former mayor ga Nasu sudden death, Yomiuri, Dec. 5, 2011 (Emphasis Added):

Nasu, Tochigi Prefecture Salt Plains Mayor Li Chuan Ren 4 ga day and night, chest artery Tumor The city hospital for acute rupture. He was 67. Funeral to be determined. [...]

At around 20:06 yesterday afternoon, out suffering . . . → Read More: Yomiuri: Mayor near Fukushima dies — Had recently been hospitalized two weeks with enteritis, which affected many Chernobyl liquidators

Local gov’t tests kids’ lunches: Tokyo nursery school serving milk with 18 Bq/kg of cesium — Over 160 times EPA limit — Milk industry protested testing

Radiation in Japan: 17.9 Becquerels/kg of Cesium from School Lunch Milk, EX-SKF, December 4, 2011:

Despite the protest from the milk industry and the milk distributors, Chiyoda-ku, one of the 23 Special Wards in Tokyo, conducted the analysis of the food served in the school lunches at elementary schools, middle schools, kindergartens and nursery . . . → Read More: Local gov’t tests kids’ lunches: Tokyo nursery school serving milk with 18 Bq/kg of cesium — Over 160 times EPA limit — Milk industry protested testing

Just Back from Chernobyl: Mutations not seen anywhere else in world — Much greater frequency in contaminated areas — “Directly proportional” to radiation levels (VIDEO)

IF YOU LOVE THIS PLANET :: A Weekly Radio Program with Dr. Helen Caldicott, December 2, 2011:

This week’s guest is Dr. Timothy Mousseau, a professor of biological sciences at the University of South Carolina.

For the past 12 years, Dr. Mousseau and his colleagues have been studying the ecological impacts of the Chernobyl . . . → Read More: Just Back from Chernobyl: Mutations not seen anywhere else in world — Much greater frequency in contaminated areas — “Directly proportional” to radiation levels (VIDEO)

Top Biology Professor: Incredibly high frequency of very, very large abdominal tumors observed on latest trip to Chernobyl — Also high percentage of smaller brains (VIDEO)

Top Biology Professor: Incredibly high frequency of very, very large abdominal tumors observed on latest trip to Chernobyl (VIDEO)

IF YOU LOVE THIS PLANET :: A Weekly Radio Program with Dr. Helen Caldicott, December 2nd, 2011:

This week’s guest is Dr. Timothy Mousseau, a professor of biological sciences at the University of South Carolina.

For the past 12 years, Dr. Mousseau and his colleagues have been studying the ecological impacts of the Chernobyl . . . → Read More: Top Biology Professor: Incredibly high frequency of very, very large abdominal tumors observed on latest trip to Chernobyl — Also high percentage of smaller brains (VIDEO)

5.8 trillion becquerels of strontium leaked from Fukushima over weekend

Tepco Press Release, Dec. 5: “At 11:33 am on December 4, workers found that there was puddle water inside the barrier around the evaporative condensation apparatus (estimated volume of water was approx. 45 m3 [1 cubic meter of water = 1 metric ton]).”

NHK: “The water is believed to have contained 130,000 becquerels per . . . → Read More: 5.8 trillion becquerels of strontium leaked from Fukushima over weekend

Japan Times: Tepco’s decontamination system doesn’t remove strontium — Media butchers details on latest Fukushima leak

Fukushima plant springs new water leak, Japan Times by MINORU MATSUTANI, Dec 5, 2011:

The water is believed to have high concentrations of strontium, which can cause bone cancer if ingested. The decontamination system Tepco is using to stablize the crippled reactors mainly removes cesium, but does little to mitigate strontium.

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Somehow, . . . → Read More: Japan Times: Tepco’s decontamination system doesn’t remove strontium — Media butchers details on latest Fukushima leak

WSJ: New Leak Detected at Fukushima Plant — Asahi: Strontium at 1,000,000 times gov’t limit?

Water still contained 130 Million becquerels per liter of radioactive strontium after being treated Strontium-tainted water leak suspected, NHK, December 5, 2011:

The operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant says about 45 tons of strontium-tainted water may have leaked out of a water treatment device, with a portion of it spilling out . . . → Read More: WSJ: New Leak Detected at Fukushima Plant — Asahi: Strontium at 1,000,000 times gov’t limit?