Nearly 700,000 have come to EnviroReporter.com‘s Radiation Station in just a week to watch live Los Angeles basin readings and exchange information sparked by Fukushima meltdowns.
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EnviroReporter.com‘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 California.
Thirteen radionuclides involved: iodine-131, zinc-65, strontium-85, calcium-47, gold-198, iodine-125, cobalt-60, technetium 99m, copper-67, manganese-54, xenon 133, indium-113m and fluorine-18 UCLA-1. Early Experimental Imaging of the Thyroid Gland Using Iodine 131 IN 1951, the University of California, Los Angeles conducted a series of tests on humans to study the uptake of […]
Supervisors vote to require groundwater testing By Michael Collins Ventura County Reporter – August 5, 2004 On August 3, Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks’ precedent setting initiative to require testing for pollutants near the heavily contaminated Rocketdyne facility in Simi Valley won approval from the county’s Board of Supervisors on […]
[KB Home’s Runkle Canyon development is now called Arroyo Vista at the Woodlands] Developers of Simi Valley’s Runkle Canyon claim the water tested clean. Then a band of citizens discovered super-toxic goo seeping from the ground By Michael Collins Los Angeles CityBeat/ValleyBeat – June 21, 2007 The sweating point man […]
Federal and state agencies conspire to gut cleanup but cleanup activists protesters vow to roll back phony pro-polluter petition. New group of young mothers with children with rare cancers assert lab is the cause.
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.
Government turns a blind eye as fallout from Fukushima heads our way By Michael Collins Pasadena Weekly – July 5, 2012 Millions of Southern Californians and tourists seek the region’s famous beaches to cool off in the sea breeze and frolic in the surf. Those iconic breezes, however, may be […]
As fallout from FukushiFma heads our way, the government turns a blind eye By Michael Collins Ventura County Reporter – June 7, 2012 READ OUR ANALYSIS OF “True facts about Ocean Radiation and the Fukushima Disaster” HERE Millions of Southern Californians and tourists seek the region’s famous beaches to cool […]
Abridged and updated version of Beta Watch, with new data, information and interviews showing the uncontrolled release of radiation into the Pacific in Japan has hit home in California.
Rad News Digest which goes back to Day 1 of the Fukushima triple meltdowns and keeps us current going into Year 3 of this unprecedented disaster.
An 11-month investigation with over 1,500 Fukushima radiation tests, a new UC Davis report on uranium-filled “buckeyballs” and proof that sea mist carries radiation inland for hundreds of miles.
The Boeing Company hosts public hikes and tours through Santa Susana Field Laboratory areas contaminated with radiation and chemicals as part of its efforts to paint SSFL as ready parkland not needing full cleanup.
EnviroReporter.com marks a major milestone – the online news organization turns 10 today having begun publishing May 18, 2006 with a story about the biomedical nuclear and chemical dump in the Los Angeles suburb of Brentwood. Story stopped a $4 billion scheme to privatize the West L.A. Veterans Administration. So began this award-winning environmental news outfit which says its best is yet to come.
Five year anniversary of Fukushima’s three ongoing meltdowns that are causing cancer and are impossible to clean. Americans ‘gone fishing’ and feast on Pacific seafood, some of which is tainted by Fukushima.
Throughout the five years of Fukushima triple meltdowns coverage, EnviroReporter.com has featured compelling graphic art to accompany articles about the ongoing disaster. This is thanks to our website editor and designer Denise Anne Duffield. EnviroReporter.com‘s goal has been to capture the high octane spirit of Fukushima meltdown stories we’ve published. […]