Radioactive seaweed found in Vancouver, CA — “As of now, the levels we’re seeing are not harmful”: Nuclear physicist

Radiation detected in B.C. seaweed and rainwater not dangerous: researchers, Vancouver Sun, March 28, 2011 at 4:11 pm EDT

EPA: Penn. and Mass. have seen elevated levels of radiation in rain — “Short-term elevations” not a health concern… How about Long-term?

Japanese Nuclear Emergency: EPA’s Radiation Air Monitoring, EPA, March 27, 2011

EPA: Radioactive isotope levels are increasing in US — “These types of findings are to be expected in the coming days”

March 28, 2011

Radioactive particles from Fukushima found in Massachusetts rain — “25 times less risky than it would need to be in order to cause any health concerns” (VIDEOS)

“25 times less risky than it would need to be in order to cause any health concerns”

Radioactive iodine detected by Tampa-area nuclear plant — “Iodine travels through the air very easily”

Cesium-137 in soil 40 km NW of Fukushima Daiichi more than highest levels found at Chernobyl

4 of 11 radiation monitors were offline in California — EPA assures everything is OK, but much of the monitoring system broken

Gaps in US radiation monitoring system revealed, Associated Press, March 25, 2011

“Yellow rain” around Tokyo caused by pollen officials say – Rain may have contained radioactivity

Kyodo, March 24, 2011 at 1:05 am EDT

Tokyo drinking water unsafe for infants: Officials — Government distributing bottled water

Spike in radiation levels for West Coast? “Abnormal” readings on 8 of 18 EPA monitors for California, Oregon, Washington — Devices now “undergoing quality review”

Radioactive spinach 65 miles SOUTH of Fukushima — Exceeds legal limits & suggests “wider area of nuclear contamination”

Radioactive iodine found in Tokyo’s tap water

Traces of cesium have also been found in tap water in Tochigi and Gunma

Feds admit radioactive xenon-133 from Fukushima detected TWO days ago in Washington State

Radioactive Isotope Detected in California, Wall Street Journal, March 18, 2011 at 6:37 pm EST

Radioactive fallout has now reached Southern California: Diplomat -AP

Source: minuscule fallout reaches US, AP, March 18, 2011 at 9:20 am EST

Alaska considering adding more radiation monitors

Nuclear engineer: Contamination levels are not necessarily lower the farther away people are from the source. In the Chernobyl disaster, some places 100 miles away had more radiation than other points 10 to 15 miles away. The distribution depends on how winds carry it and where rains wash it down…