Rain radiation exceeding 3.3 times background levels was detected and videotaped at Radiation Station Santa Monica.
Over a dozen metropolitan test sites have registered four-month highs in
Sharp increases in beta radiation in Pacific Northwest, Southwest, Middle West, South and along the Eastern Seaboard. Some places, including L.A., show decreasing air radiation.
Multiple hazardous readings of suspected Fukushima radiation have been detected in air, rain, snow, and surf in California and across the nation. Media pushback denies all.
Storm drenches Death Valley National Park with hazardous radioactive rain over 30 times background, 10 times higher than California Highway Patrol’s HazMat trip level.
The 2020 Summer Olympics are awarded to Tokyo despite ongoing triple meltdowns at Fukushima leading to radioactive hot spots and radioactive ash dumped in bay.
Team EnviroReporter tests Canadian milk for Strontium 90. Not only are test results shocking – the radiation regulatory system maintained by Canada is practically non-existent.
Thousands of food and drink radiation tests worldwide are conducted and compiled by Radiation Station Sunshine Coast Australia’s Peter Daley. Most comprehensive compendium.
Hot skies sizzle with over five times the amount of radiation that would be normally expected at 30,000 in pre-Fukushima meltdowns days. Michigan snow shows significant beta.
Thirteen state EnviroReporter.com road trip through the West and Midwest this autumn reveals lower fallout rate of suspected Fukushima radiation.
Rad News Digest II with new top-down article aggregation of the best stories on radiation-related news spanning from March 11, 2011 through December 1, 2012.
Tritium discoveries in Vancouver, B.C. Canada drinking water reservoirs. Capilano Reservoir is 144% above background levels and the Seymour Reservoir is 185% higher.
New evidence of Fukushima meltdowns’ contamination in California oranges, dried plums, almonds and pistachios. Florida grapefruits, Missouri beef and more impacted by Fuku-goo.
An unforgettable, and inextinguishable, fire will break out if Fukushima’s Reactor 4 building collapses taking its spent fuel pond with it. A third of Japan would be made uninhabitable.
The Ventura County Reporter weekly newspaper tackles Fukushima threat even as it biffs print cover causing a sensation among meltdown deniers.
EnviroReporter.com was featured on G4TV’s “Attack of the Show!” on April 16, 2012 where host Kevin Pereira and journalist Michael Collins discuss Fukushima meltdowns.