*Update* EXSKF: Radioactive Japan: Sanjo City’s Detection of Plutonium in the Iwate Debris and Soil Causing Excitement on Twitter … “levels are well within the background; they are actually much lower than the background measured in the past”
Fukushima Diary: Plutonium-239, 240 and Strontium were measured from soil and wooden chips of Ohtsuchi cho Iwate [...] Niigata prefecture accepted the debris from Ohtsuchi cho Iwate, started test incineration on 10/11/2012.
Published: December 22nd, 2012 at 1:56 pm ET
- Shock? Major Japan Paper: Cancer risk in Fukushima ‘probably infinitesimal’ — More radioactive contamination should be allowed in food and where people live — Don’t question burning disaster debris March 3, 2013
- Report: 12 million yen “to censor Twitter” being spent by city starting to burn disaster debris September 18, 2012
- Japan Gov’t: Plutonium will no longer be measured — Almost impossible for normal person to detect, geiger counters ineffective October 4, 2011
- AP: Over 30 million tons of nuclear waste in Fukushima alone — Smoking mounds of disaster debris, possibly from spontaneous combustion March 10, 2013
- “Deplorable”: Plutonium detected at 5 locations — “Unknown which reactor plutonium came from” March 28, 2011