Category Archives: Radiation

Parliament man drinks radioactive water?

TOKYO – A Japanese parliament member demonstrated on TV that the Fukushima water filtration system is working and the once radioactive water is safe enough to drink. A visible nervous Secretary Yasuhiro Sonoda, took a…

Dr. Helen Caldicott on Fukushima

October 28th 2011 Earth Focus: Australian physician, author, and anti-nuclear activist Helen Caldicott discusses with Earth Focus correspondent Miles Benson what the Fukushima disaster really means for the health and future of the people of…

Highly toxic plutonium in soil 45km from Fukushima plants

Original story from The Mainichi Daily News 1st of October, 2011 The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology announced on Sept. 30 that it had detected highly-toxic plutonium apparently from the crippled Fukushima No. 1…

Produce for sale at Fukushima

Original story from ABC August 23, 2011 The local government in Fukushima has enlisted the support of Japanese celebrities to sell its once sought-after produce near the stricken nuclear plant. And among the advertising themes being…

Gundersen Illustrates Fukishima Radiation Spreading World Wide

From Huntington news Monday, August 22, 2011 Newly released neutron data from three University of California San Diego scientists confirms Fairewinds’ April analysis that the nuclear core at Fukushima Daiichi turned on and off after…

What is Radon?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia posted in the information section. Radon ( /?re?d?n/ ray-don) is a chemical element with symbol Rn and atomic number 86. It is a radioactive, colorless, odorless, tasteless noble gas, occurring naturally as the decay product of uranium. It is one of the…

Japan geiger counters – Demand quadruples prices

By Pavel Alpeyev  July 15th, 2011  – www.Bloomberg.com In Tokyo’s Akihabara electronics district, a Geiger counter sold under the Shanghai Ergonomics Detecting Instrument Co.’s DP802i brand name costs 65,000 yen ($800). For that price, twice the cost in China, it…