Fukushima Update: October 10, 2011





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Published on Oct 11, 2011

BBC: Former top WHO official reveals there's evidence that a kind of genetic mutation is being passed down after Chernobyl meltdown (VIDEO)

AP: Radiation leak at Brookhaven lab in NY — 34 microsieverts on worker's hand — Not announced for 10 days

UPDATE: Strontium-90 at 195 Bq/kg found 30 km south of Tokyo

Gov't radiation hygiene expert resigned position "when it prohibited an initial investigation" into Fukushima disaster

5.7 quake rattles Fukushima

Mainichi reports on "unusual abundance" of persimmons in Watari — One day after Mochizuki's photo of suspected persimmon mutation

Mag: Strontium-90 found 245 km from meltdowns in Yokohama City — 150 times background.

AP: 4 diesel generator failures hit US nuclear plants — Prevents meltdown during power outage, like Fukushima

Radioactive fallout in rain 10 times more than originally reported

Report: More plant mutations observed — Cases on the rise (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Japan Times: Cesium levels spiking with unusually high amount of fallout in Okutama, Tokyo up to 300,000 Bq/m² — Home to World's largest drinking water reservoir of its kind, built to supply Tokyo.

Link to all above headlines for full article and or video:

EPA Real Time Japan Nuclear Radiation Monitoring For Every Major City In The Entire US

Live view of Fukushima 24/7 (when operating properly)




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