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HCR: Mystery black radioactive powder detected outside school — Local official posts 3 videos of black substance (PHOTO & VIDEOS)


Asahi Source: Locations in Chiba came under heavy nuclear fallout; Borders Tokyo — Contamination has potential to affect ecosystems

BBC: 4,000 Bq/m3 of cesium detected in OCEAN water at least 30 km from Fukushima coast

Scientists: First time radioactive silver detected in ocean — Radioactivity levels in seawater are not diminishing as hoped — “Reactor site still seems to be leaking; it hasn’t shut off”

Gendai: Radioactivity detected in Tokyo park sample at Chernobyl evacuation level?

BBC’s ‘Inside the Meltdown’: "I’m getting 100 millisieverts here! 100 millisieverts! Everyone not working take cover inside the truck!" (VIDEO)

Portland-area had highest Iodine-131 deposition in US at 5,100 Bq/m² by April 5 -Gov’t Study


USGS: Los Angeles area had highest cesium deposition in US after Fukushima

Researchers: Cesium-137 from Fukushima “not likely” to concentrate in fish as much as mercury — “Moderate buildup” might occur higher up food chain

North Anna: 53,300 picocuries per liter detected — Not sure where radiation is leaking — “No evidence” that increase in radioactivity related to quake says spokesman

Strange: 8 months later, plutonium test results still “pending” — Researcher compares Fukushima radiation to potassium — From nuclear-connected university

NRC Transcript: Evacuation zone “would possibly have to get beyond 50 miles”

CNN: Scientists surprised by high levels of radioactive silver in fish off Japan coast

Kyodo: “Potentially up to six spent-fuel pools in a degraded condition” -NRC transcript

FORUM: General Discussion Thread (Nuclear Issues) for Feb. 22 – 29, 2012

Gov’t kept child radiation survey secret — Thyroid glands of Iwaki kids exposed to doses up to 35 millisieverts in March alone — Headquarters didn’t want to alarm families

AP: Quake-hit North Anna nuke plant leaking radioactivity

Gundersen in Japan: 1,000,000 additional cancers from Fukushima over next 20 years — Based on university studies after Three Mile Island (1.5 HOUR VIDEO)

NYTimes: NRC official predicted rising levels of radioactivity may stop airliners from coming to Tokyo — “Unfathomable” challenges for Japan

Report indicated five Fukushima workers have most likely received a fatal dose of radiation -NRC Transcript

News Agency: "After working in affected areas, four workers have died, victims of leukemia or heart attack" -NHK TV

Journalist: Almost every day a worker would keel over with heat exhaustion and be carried out