Perfect Crime thumbFukushima – The Perfect Crime? – March 11, 2014
High radioactive detections in land, sea and air are met with media derision and mass denial on the third anniversary of the start of the ongoing triple Fukushima meltdowns. Multiple private and government sources over past three years indicate Fukushima radiation in the US. New report shows ‘Fuku goo’ in Santa Cruz seawater. Soil in California’s Humboldt County, famed for marijuana and wine production, tests high for Fukushima isotopes.

Radiation Station Posts (dozens of posts)
Dozens of original news posts including sampling, testing and analysis from a news source that has covered radiation issues since 1998. Multiple databases from March 15, 2011 to present with thousands of tests of food, drink, air, rain, mist, airline cabins and more which inform dozens of articles and posts.

EnviroReporter’s Radiation Station
Watch a streaming webcam shot of‘s Radiation Station picking up radiation 24/7 in the Los Angeles Basin since March 15, 2011, four days after the meltdowns began. Thousands of individual tests in addition to streaming live measurements seen by over 1.6 million people. Thousands of tests and reports which are ongoing and available to you.

Special Radiation Station Testing
High radiation readings found in food, drink and in environmental media across 17 states. Fukushima fallout’s effect from Southern California, Southwest, Midwest and points in between. Thousands of in-situ sampling and testing, much of it on video.

Radiation Station Stats
Here are many of the radiation tests we have recorded from our Santa Monica/West LA location, and around the United States. Beginning in early September 2011, our emphasis zeroed in on in-situ multimedia radiation testing and continuing our food testing as seen in Eat Me!.

Radiation NationRadiation Stations
Testing for Fukushima fallout across America with stations in East Los Angeles, Glendale, Hemet, Pacifica, Simi Valley and Ventura California as well as Harrisburg North Carolina and the Sunshine Coast of Australia. Over 2,000 special samples, tests and reports.

Radiation Station Video extensive and ongoing radiation tests as well as media coverage of Radiation Station.

Radio Interviews
Michael Collins interviewed on a wide variety of subjects including the Fukushima meltdowns, radioactive fallout across America, Rocketdyne, and Runkle Canyon.

Eat Me! expands Radiation Station’s Fukushima fallout coverage to include choices for rad free food foraging. This is in part a reaction to the government’s abandonment of crucial radiation monitoring.

Radiation Station FAQ
Tens of thousands of people are visiting Radiation Station. Many have questions. Here are a number of the most common queries with our responses trying to simplify complicated issues and concepts.

Rad News Digest

Team EnviroReporter created this superb collection of the Fukushima-related stories from March 11, 2011 until October 27, 2013. We await its return.

Radiation Station Graphs
Dale Ramicone’s Interior and Exterior averaging graphs include special Radiation Station testing in the early months of this ongoing nuclear crisis.

July 5, 2012 – The Pasadena Weekly presents in print our in-depth expose showing the extent of Fukushima meltdowns-related radiation contamination in the Pacific Ocean, West Coast and the United States. The paper’s territory encompasses NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and CalTech, both advanced science and technology institutions mum on the subject of Fukushima contamination spreading across North America. These institutions receive billions of taxpayer dollars yet bring nothing to the table when it comes to dealing with Fukushima fallout across the United States unlike

June 7, 2012 – The Ventura County Reporter takes the unprecedented step of being the first print newspaper in the United States to publish an in-depth expose showing the extent of Fukushima meltdowns-related radiation contamination in the Pacific Ocean, West Coast and the United States. Wide-ranging in scope, and backed up factually to the highest journalistic standards, this cover story ties together the grim scenario of how the Pacific is being polluted, how that goo is getting to North America, and what the a sea full of radioactive “buckyballs” means for people and animals living along the coast and up to 200 miles inland.

Radiation Nation
March 25, 2011 – As the world lurches to a precipice with the multiple meltdowns at Fukushima, thousands of Americans are frantic to find the truth about the disaster. Nearly 700,000 have come to‘s Radiation Station in just a week to watch live Los Angeles basin readings and exchange information sparked by an impending disaster.

Melt Down Wind
March 15, 2011 – Fukushima reactors teeter on the brink of full meltdown as huge spent fuel rods burn. Californians can’t help but think about the possibility of nuclear fallout. And for good reason. The State dismisses even the possibility that fallout could reach our shores hence no need to pre-distribute life-saving KI pills that fight radioactive iodine in the airborne goo.

Radiation Station
March 14,‘s “Radiation Station” will go online tomorrow. We will be able to show, in live time, just what the radiation readings are in Santa Monica which will give some indication of what the Los Angeles Basin is going to be exposed to since Santa Monica is upwind of most of the basin.

LA Weekly – Michael Collins, L.A. ‘Enviroreporter,’ Gets Local, Global Attention For His Geiger Counter Cam
March 18, 2011 – “Michael Collins has been covering the environment for 13 years. He’s won several awards, including the Los Angeles Press Club’s Journalist of the Year.”

Japanese Radiation Plume Heading for America?
March 17, 2011 – “Environmental reporter Michael Collins is monitoring radiation levels around Santa Monica and has set up a live web stream of one of his devices. He also has a candy bowl filled with potassium iodide tablets to counter any potential radiation.”

March 16, 2011 – KTLA News breaks the story of Radiation Station and creates special link on the television station’s website to hook people up 24/7 coverage of radiation readings in the Los Angeles Basin.