Asahi: Public outcry over Japan gov’t “monitoring” tweets and blog posts — Program began this month, to continue until March

Paper: Fears of Fukushima-like nuclear disaster because quake centered just a few miles from an old nuclear power plant — Strongest to hit Virginia area since 1897

Canadian gov’t to test caribou for radiation levels from Fukushima — An attempt to answer questions by citizens

NHK: Magnitude 6.0 quake shakes 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

Japan ‘discovers’ tons of radioactive water have been leaking into ground at Fukushima

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State told Japan Ambassador “the survival of your nation” was at stake after Fukushima

New leak feared at Fukushima plant -Reuters

CDC launches “zombie apocalypse” preparedness campaign based on Fukushima

U.S. officials turn to zombie ‘apocalypse’ to promote emergency preparedness, Vancouver Sun, May 20, 2011

“There have been nuclear explosions” — “Ongoing nuclear reaction taking place now” (VIDEO)

“Situation at Fukushima out of control”, Russia Today, May 17, 2011

Melted fuel in No. 1 reactor NOT covered with water

TEPCO: Fuel rods partially exposed above water, NHK, May 16, 2011

Edano urges Onagawa nuke plant owner to “ensure safety measures” for people living nearby

Edano urges Tohoku Electric to ensure safety at Onagawa nuke plant, Kyodo, May 5, 2011

Latest Fukushima webcam photo shows white steam rising (PHOTO)

Japan’s worst-case scenario assumed “significant public exposure” to occur by end of March 12 because of pressure buildup that would damage No. 1 reactor container (VIDEO)

Radiation leaks from fuel rods suspected” at Japan’s Tsuruga nuclear plant — Radioactive Xenon up 75,000%

URGENT: Radiation leaks from fuel rods suspected at Tsuruga plant: local gov’t, Kyodo, May 2, 2011

100 miles from Fukushima: Leak from spent fuel pools at two reactors after 7.4 quake — Cooling system temporarily stopped

Fish near Fukushima at 4000% above Codex Alimentarius limit for radioactive I-131 — Yet US says eating it poses NO health risk

The small fish had 4,080 becquerels of iodine 131 per kilogram

Japan crews facing 100 year battle at Fukushima: Nuclear Expert

ABC Australia, April 1, 2011

Radioactive Iodine-131 in rainwater sample near San Francisco 18,000% above federal drinking water standard

Iodine-131 in rainwater sample taken on the roof of Etcheverry Hall on UC Berkeley campus, March 23, 2011 from 9:06-18:00 PDT

IAEA says Fukushima reactors may have achieved “re-criticality” — Increased radiation releases possible

IAEA nuclear safety director Denis Flory said this at a press conference on Wednesday, according to Bloomberg News

Radioactive Iodine-131 in Pennsylvania rainwater sample over 3,000% of federal drinking water standard

Japan says “partial meltdown” at No. 2 reactor – Kyodo

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