Radiation News 4-11-11

April 11th, 2011

Nuclear Radiation Alert - Japan Nuclear Radiation Levels Hit 10 Million Times Normal

(NHKWorld) – Japan to raise Fukushima crisis level to worst – Read More Here

(Bloomberg) – Japan Lifts Atomic Alert to Highest Level, Matching Chernobyl – Read More Here

(Guardian) – Japan raises nuclear alert level to seven

Fukushima Daiichi power plant emergency is now on a par with the 1986 Chernobyl warning Read More Here

(NaturalNews) – NYC restaurants defy government reassurances about Fukushima by voluntarily testing fish for radiation – Read More Here

(NaturalNews) – Mainstream media regurgitates exact same news on Fukushima, word for word – Mike Adams – Read More Here

(WashingtonsBlog) – Are Japanese Authorities Covering Up Further Damage to the Fukushima Reactor from the Aftershock? – Read More Here

(NHKWorld) – Japan to raise Fukushima crisis level to worst – Read More Here

(IND) – Steve Connor: How a money-making strategy from the 1960s left behind a toxic legacy

Instead of producing 120 tonnes of Mox fuel each year, the plant has produced just 13.8 tonnes since 2002 Read More Here

(CNN) – Japan to evacuate more towns around crippled nuclear plant – Read More Here

(Telegraph) – Japan earthquake: Fukushima nuclear plant evacuated following aftershock – Read More Here

(CNN) – Japan struck by 6.4-magnitude earthquake hours after 6.6 temblor – Read More Here

(BigThink) – Hanging by your Fingernails – The Fukushima Meltdown – Read More Here

(ENENews) – Vietnam finds Uranium-238 in sample of pine needles — 4,000 km away from Fukushima – Read More Here

(NYTimes) – New Doubts About Turning Plutonium Into a Fuel – Read More Here

(RussiaToday) – Radioactive Japanese cars detained in Russia’s Far East – Read More Here

(ENENews) – Cesium-137 forecast shows high altitude radiation cloud concentrating over California, western US on April 12 (VIDEO) – Video Link Here

(EventHorizonChronicle) – Beware the Ill Winds – Something Very Wicked This Way Comes – Read More Here

(ENENews) – Strawberries, mushrooms with Cesium-137 found in Northern California; 5 of 6 items in food chain sampling test have radioactive particles – Read More Here

(NaturalNews) – No end in sight for Fukushima disaster as bureaucrats battle the laws of physics – Mike Adams – Read More Here

(QciObserver) – No-drink order in Old Massett, following radiation increase – Read More Here

(EurActiv) – Radiation risks from Fukushima ‘no longer negligible’ – Read More Here

(IntelHub) – Beware the Ill Winds – Something Very Wicked This Way Comes – Read More Here

(Hixson) – Plutonium and Uranium Detected – April 10 2011 Update – Read More Here

(ENENews) – Video: Uranium-234 detected in Hawaii, Southern California, and Seattle – View More Here

(Higgins) – EPA Pulls San Diego Monitor Offline After 200 CPM Spike In Beta Radiation? – Read More Here

(Higgins) – Japan Dumps 3 MILLION Gallons Of Radioactive Water Into Pacific Ocean After Covering Up Water Radiation Levels 7.5 Millions Times Legal Limit – Read More Here

(Higgins) – Cries Of Government Coverups Worldwide As Japan Nuclear Radiation Spreads Throughout Asia – Read More Here

(WashingtonsBlog) – Scientists Warn Japan Nuclear Radioactive Fallout Now At Chernobyl Levels – Read More Here

(ENENews) – Japanese Experts: Effort is in danger of failing… and reactors too hot to cover in concrete — TEPCO admits there is no end in sight – Read More Here

(NHKWorld) – TEPCO uses unmanned equipment to remove rubble – Read More Here

(NationalAcademies) – Low Levels of Ionizing Radiation May Cause Harm – Read More Here

(DailCal) – Radiation fears linger in spite of assurances – Read More Here

(Reuters) – Japan fails to stop radioactive discharge into ocean – Read More Here

(Rense) – Japanese Surfer In Hawaii – Fukushima Radiation Dumping 2 Yrs? – Read More Here

(CNN) – April 11th – Magnitude 7.1 earthquake rattles coast of Japan – Read More Here

(ENENews) – TEPCO officials unsure of what to do next — Korea calls Japan’s handling of Fukushima “incompetent” – Read More Here

(Reutes) – Video: Strong earthquake hits eastern Japan – Video Link Here

(ENENews) – Strawberries, mushrooms with Cesium-137 found in Northern California; 5 of 6 items in food chain sampling test have radioactive particles – Read More Here

(ENENews) – Vancouver, Canada radiation tests show iodine-131 in rainwater at almost 100 times above US drinking water limit – Read More Here

(ENENews) – Human embryos in US likely bioaccumulating radioactive iodine, cesium, and strontium says physician who taught at Harvard Med School – Read More Here

(Higgins) – Japan Nuclear Radiation In Hawaii Milk 2033% Above Federal Drinking Water Limits

New EPA milk samples in Hawaii show radiation in milk at 800% above limits for C-134, 633% above limits for C-137 and 600% above EPA maximum for I-131 for a total of 2033%, or 20.33 times, above the federal drinking water limits.

New readings have also been posted for Phoenix AZ with milk being above the federal limit and Los Angeles with milk being slightly below the limit for Iodine.

Montpelier VT milk has tested positive for radioactive CS-137, above about 2/3rds the EPA maximum and Spokane WA milk testing less than half the limit for i-131.

A reader of my blog recently posted a YouTube video of my article on food contaminated with Japan nuclear radiation being sold on store shelves in California stores. – Read More Here

(Reuters) – Japan to pump radioactive water into sea until Sunday – Read More Here

(Higgins) – Newspaper Issues Alert: Stay Indoors To Avoid Japan Nuclear Radiation – Read More Here

(ARB) – Real Time Radiation Monitoring for Cities in California – Read More Here

(JapanFocus) – “Long Since Passed the Level of Three Mile Island” – The Fukushima Crisis in Comparative Perspective Back

Mar. 25, 2011: View More Here

(Forbes) – Radiation Detected In Drinking Water In 13 More US Cities, Cesium-137 In Vermont Milk – Read More Here

Video: URGENT — ELEVATED (full mid-range) RADIATION — soon to arrive on west coast USA

Full mid levels of Cesium , Xenon, and Iodine.. particulate matter, in the cloud vapor from surface level to 5000m (15,000 feet) ..

These levels are now a full level higher than all the previous forecasts.

It is up to you to decide how you want to approach this data.

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Personally, I believe it to be IN THE PRECIPITATION for sure.. which means you do not want to get the rain or snow on you, and do not want to injest the fluid.. (i.e. drink the water) until levels deminish.

(Yomiuri) – Fukushima Gov. Slams TEPCO, Govt for ‘Betrayal’

Fukushima Gov. Yuhei Sato has expressed anger at the central government and Tokyo Electric Power Co., saying both “betrayed” the people of Fukushima Prefecture with repeated assurances about the safety of nuclear power plants.

“We feel we were betrayed [by the central government and TEPCO,” Sato said during an interview with The Yomiuri Shimbun on Thursday, nearly a month after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami and the outbreak of a series of accidents at the Fukushima No.1 nuclear power plant. Read More Here

(ZeroHedge) – Video Of Tsunami Smashing Into Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant; Reactor 1 Radiation Counter “Breaks” After Reporting 100 Sieverts/Hour

Better late then never. Almost a full month after the March 11 earthquake generated a tsunami strong enough to cripple the Fukushima nuclear power plant, TEPCO has finally released a video of the 45 foot waves coming to land and resulting in the biggest nuclear catastrophe since Chernobyl. As CNN explains what is patently obvious, the video shows the giant wave generated by the historic March 11 earthquake crashing over the plant’s seawall and engulfing the facility, with one sheet of spray rising higher than the buildings that house the plant’s six reactors. Tokyo Electric Power, the plant’s owner, told reporters the wall of water was likely 14 to 15 meters (45 to 48 feet) higher than normal sea levels — easily overwhelming the plant’s 5-meter seawall. View More Here

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