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  1. Deadly levels of radiation found in food 225 miles from Fukushima: Media blackout on nuclear fallout continues

    The Watchers



    New data released by Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW) shows once again that the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster is far from over. Despite a complete media blackout on the current situation, levels of Cesium-137 (Cs-137) and Cesium-134 (Cs-134) found in produce and rice crackers located roughly 225 miles (~ 362 km) away from Fukushima are high enough to cause residents to exceed the annual radiation exposure limit in just a few months, or even weeks.

    According to, which posts up-to-date information about the Fukushima disaster, rice crackers and tangerines produced in the Shizuoka prefecture are testing high for both Cs-137 and Cs-134. Rice crackers, according to the data sheet, tested at 3.7 Becquerels per kilogram (Bq/Kg) of Cs-137, while tangerines tested at 1.46 Bq/Kg of Cs-134 and 3.14 Bq/Kg of Cs-137.

    The Shizuoka prefecture is located about 80 miles (~ 128 km) southwest of Tokyo, which is highly concerning as it is actually farther away from Fukushima than Tokyo. This suggest that potentially deadly levels of radiation are still affecting large population centers across Japan, including those that are not even in close proximity to the Fukushima plant.

    It is generally regarded that adult radiation workers should be exposed to no more than 50 millisieverts (mSv) of radiation per year in order to avoid serious health consequences. For children, this number is far lower, probably somewhere around 10 mSv, with this being on the high end. But the average adult and child eating these tainted foods at their current radiation levels will not only reach but exceed the safe maximum in just a few weeks.

    Radiation levels continue to increase in lakes, rivers north of Tokyo

    But food, of course, is not the only major source of radiation exposure in Japan. Other data also released by shows that radiation levels in rivers, lakes and shorelines around Kashiwa City in Chiba, located about 20 miles northeast of Tokyo, are dangerously high and getting even higher.

    Since radiation levels were last tested in the Otsu River back in September, detected levels have nearly tripled, jumping from 5,700 Bq/Kg to 14,200 Bq/Kg of radiation. Similar jumps were observed in lakes and shore soils, the former increasing from 7,600 Bq/Kg to 8,200 Bq/Kg of radiation, and the latter increasing from 440 Bq/Kg to 780 Bq/Kg of radiation.

    Any increase in disease or death resulting from these continued radiation spikes, however, will more than likely be blamed on other causes besides radiation, so as to cover up the severity of the situation. The radiation component of radiation-induced heart disease, organ failure, and cancer, for instance, will simply be ignored, and any uptick in deaths, particularly among the elderly, declared normal.

    Meanwhile, a recent Rasmussen Report found that more than one-third of all Americans believe radiation from Fukushima caused “significant harm” in the U.S. This is likely due to the fact that high levels of radiation were observed in soil, water, and even food all across America in the wake of the disaster.

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    Source: NaturalNews
    By Ethan A. Huff

  2. I am a Zen Teacher. Dan Giloth gave me your name (Dave Kraft). I am looking for accurate information on what is taking place at Fukushima and would be grateful if you could direct me to some news sources that are keeping current with what is taking place there. I have formed a special circle in our community to follow this and am writing and encouraging everyone I know to sign a petition asking the United Nations and President Barak Obama to actively engage all of our world resources from scientists and nuclear experts in helping remove the rods from Unit 4 in the coming months. You can also reach me by phone, if needed, at 708.689.1220. Thank you, Robert Althouse

  3. Hey there!

    Small tip for the website:

    Could be used to make articles disappear, when they are for promoting events that are now past and shouldn’t be on the front page. (Imho, promoting expired events looks a bit amateur. )

    ( Dunno, maybe it could also be used to automate a move to an archive section, if you want history up for some reason. )

    Other than that, looks quite nice and the content seems good too!

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