Wednesday, April 06, 2011

japan crisis updates: black rain & the atomic cafe

japan catches radioactive fish outside quarantine zone*
japan catches radioactive fish outside quarantine zonefukushima radioactive seawater model, spent fuel rods exploded into atmosphere*
nytimes contributor confirms california rainwater 181x above drinking water standards for radioactive iodine-131*
tepco disposing 'low-level' radioactive water in pacific ocean*
tepco dumps 11,500 tons of radioactive water into the pacific*
fukushima: the radioactive deepwater horizon of the pacific*
US & eu agree: raise radiation levels for food*
japan using diaper-like absorbant & superglue-like resin to contain radiation*
crews 'facing 100yr battle' at fukushima*
US sees array of new threats at japan's nuclear plant; but it might be worse than that*
obama scrapped program that would've provided early warning for earthquakes*
7.1 japan earthquake today: tsunami warning lifted, but fukushima evacuated*
report: valve malfunction at alabama nuclear plant triggers probe*
video: calls to the epa questioning radiation in drinking water*
ongoing cover up of nuclear crisis by govts & nuclear power companies*
japan's ocean radiation hits 7.5 million times legal limit*
video: radiation found in washington & idaho tap water*

related biowars/envirohealth updates:
cellphone radiation may alter your brain*
frederick, md holds public forum on fort detrick labs*

flashback: epa helps msm obscure truth about radiation

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