13th June 2013 – Fukushima a Technological Disaster, or Crisis In Governance? Professional decontamination experts shocked by Japanese attitude to foreign assistance. Japanese food testing and
decontamination procedures, plus radiation monitoring equipment reliability, brought into question because of systemic corruption.
18th June 2013 – What is wrong with the Japanese medical profession?
“A teenage women in the temporary housing of Fukushima said, “Sr-90 and Cs-137 were detected from the breast milk of my sister. They call us fear monger, even hospital tells us we worry too much. We shouldn’t have trusted the government and media to say “It’s all safe”after 311.”
14th June 2013 – 1.19 million becquerels/kg of radioactive iodine was detected on leafy vegetables near Fukushima Medical University in March 2011. Being aware of this high radioactive iodine detection, Fukushima Medical University distributed potassium iodide pills to the doctors and nurses. The report points out that potassium iodine pills were not distributed to local men, women, and children. This university is located just south of Fukushima City.
12th June 2013 – 54 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 measured from Shiitake mushroom in Osaka Japan
7th June 2013 – Commissaries to sell Japanese produce again, 2 years after nuke disaster. (There is no mention in this article, what the safety levels in Becquerels are.)
31st May 2013 – Over 60 Bq/kg of radioactive Cesium detected in dried plums outside Fukushima Prefecture.
30th May 2013 – Murayama city declared safety 2 days after detecting radiation in wild plants that was over the safety limit Japan.
29th May 2013 – Cs-137 detected from 64% of the first-grade tea samples in Chiba Japan
27th May 2013 – Cs-134/137 measured from apple juice of Aomori prefecture Japan.
25th May 2013 – Cs-134/137 detected from all the samples of first-grade tea in Ibaraki Japan.
17th May 2013 – River eels caught with high amounts of detected Cesium, Tokyo Japan
16th May 2013 – Burly and native leaf tobacco Fukushima and Iwate Japan.
9th May 2013 – Eels from Ibaraki Japan
9th May 2013 – Sr-90 measured in children’s food not reported even though it was detected, Fukushima government says it is not dangerous level.
9th May 2013 – Minamisom municiple goverment fails to release latest food contamination data, last reports where for 7,150 Bq/Kg for Shiitake mushrooms, and 3,080 Bq/Kg for acanthopanax sciadophylloides.