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USATODAY: Thyroid cancer cases on the rise, say specialists — “There is definitely something going on” — I used to see 4 a year, now it can be 4 a month

Title: Medical researchers unsure why thyroid cancer cases on the riseSource: The Indianapolis Star (USATODAY)Author:Shari RudavskyDate: Jan 15, 2012

National Cancer Institute statistics suggest that in recent years the number of cases of this often curable cancer has increased by about 6.5%. Over a decade, that has added up to make thyroid cancer the . . . → Read More: USATODAY: Thyroid cancer cases on the rise, say specialists — “There is definitely something going on” — I used to see 4 a year, now it can be 4 a month

NHK: 3.75 sieverts per hour was detected far above Reactor 3 by helicopters dumping water on Mar. 16

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March 17th, 2011 – JSDF helicopter crews report dose rates of 375 R/hr 300 ft above Reactor 3, Enformable, Jan. 15, 2012:

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Sent: Thu Mar 17 09:07:38 2011 Subject: FWS “Official Use Only” : 0700 EDT (March 17, 2011) USNRC Earthquake/Tsunami SitRep

Please see attached information and note that this is OUO . . . → Read More: NHK: 3.75 sieverts per hour was detected far above Reactor 3 by helicopters dumping water on Mar. 16

Mainichi: Nuclear scientist/Nagasaki survivor canceled Fukushima press conference because gov’t officials worried about causing widespread fear

A-bomb survivors’ dark experiences must not be repeated for Fukushima crisis victims, Mainichi Japan, January 14, 2012:

Terumi Tanaka [...] was exposed to radiation from the atomic blast on Aug. 9, 1945, when he was enrolled at Nagasaki Junior High School. [...]

After graduation, Tanaka became a materials engineering researcher at Tohoku University and . . . → Read More: Mainichi: Nuclear scientist/Nagasaki survivor canceled Fukushima press conference because gov’t officials worried about causing widespread fear

Japan Gov’t Data: 65% of marine life test positive for cesium in Nov. — Average catch exceeds new radiation limits @ 111 Bq/kg

After Fukushima, fish tales, Montreal Gazette by Alex Roslin, Jan. 13, 2012 [Emphasis Added]:

And evidence has emerged that the impacts of the disaster on the Pacific Ocean are worse than expected. [...]

In November, 65 per cent of the catches tested positive for cesium (a radioactive material created by nuclear reactors), according to . . . → Read More: Japan Gov’t Data: 65% of marine life test positive for cesium in Nov. — Average catch exceeds new radiation limits @ 111 Bq/kg

Japan Official: Fukushima nearly as serious as being attacked by nuclear weapons — If facts were known all citizens might have left Tokyo (VIDEO)

Japan Official: Fukushima nearly as serious as being attacked by nuclear weapons — If truth was known all citizens might have left Tokyo (VIDEO)

Title: The Culprit Edano’s Self-Defense: “I Said ‘There Is No Immediate Effect’ Only 7 Times” (Nov.8, 2011)

Upload Date: Jan 12, 2012

Description:  This video clip is part of the questions and answers at the Lower House’s Budget Committee on November 8, 2011. The questioner is Mr. Seiichiro Murakami, MP, LDP, and the answerer . . . → Read More: Japan Official: Fukushima nearly as serious as being attacked by nuclear weapons — If facts were known all citizens might have left Tokyo (VIDEO)