One year later Forbes resumes Fukushima coverage — Jeff McMahon continues reporting on EPA and Fukushima radiation

More Fukushima nuclear pollution to hit U.S. starting in 2015 — Study: Impact strength of Cesium-137 on West Coast to be as high as 4 PERCENT

Forbes: Untold numbers of endangered whales intervene in California nuke plant testing

San Francisco Bay Area milk sample has highest amount of Cesium-137 since last June — Almost double EPA’s maximum contaminant level

Radiation plume heading toward Hawaii, says Japan gov’t study — Fukushima-contaminated water to hit in under 2 years — Ocean may be 50% of EPA’s maximum contaminant level for drinking water (PHOTO)

Forbes: Nuclear power is no longer a viable source of new energy in US, says Excelon CEO who retired just days earlier

Highest level of radioactive cesium in San Francisco-area milk since September 2011 — Now at 150% of EPA’s maximum contaminant limit (CHART)

Over EPA limit: Cesium levels in San Francisco area milk now higher than 6 months ago

Yomiuri: Could less radiation in food make public feel unsafe?

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

220 days later: Radiation levels in San Francisco-area milk remain above EPA’s Max Contaminant Level — Cesium-137 continues steady increase that began in August

Gov’t: Radioactive strontium detected at 2 more locations in Yokohama, 250km from meltdowns — Approaching levels of most contaminated area in Fukushima (TEST RESULTS)

Simply put, “It’s Over” — “Tokyo on the edge” — Show host appears astonished by latest strontium-90 findings (VIDEO)

UPDATE: Strontium-90 at 195 Bq/kg found 30 km south of Tokyo

Mag: Strontium-90 found 245 km from meltdowns in Yokohama City — 150 times background… DEVELOPING

Cesium nearly doubles over past month in Bay Area milk — Now well above EPA’s maximum contaminant level

Radioactive cesium in San Francisco Bay Area milk close to exceeding EPA’s Maximum Contaminant Level

“Tends to concentrate in the testicles”: 360+ atoms of radioactive sulfur per day may have been inhaled by Californians after Fukushima

Forbes: Biophysicist casts critical light on gov’t assurances that Americans were never at risk from Fukushima fallout — I watched officials attempt to minimize public alarm

Senator concerned about massive dams upstream from Nebraska nuke plants — Army Corps alludes to ‘issues’ that are being monitored closely

EPA posts latest radiation data: Cesium-137 in Delaware drinking water above “Maximum Contaminant Level”

Drinking Water RadNet Laboratory Analysis, EPA, June 2, 2011:

Scientists ‘interested’ in learning more about Technetium-99 releases from Fukushima