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10 million Bq of cesium-134/137 is still released every single hour from reactor1, 2 and 3

According to mid/long term roadmap of Tepco released on 12/27/2012, 10 million Bq of cesium-134/137 is still released from reactor1, 2 and 3 every single hour. This is measured at

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Fall-out level increasing in Fukushima city from 12/18/2012

According to Fukushima prefectural government, fall-out level (Cs-134/137) has been increasing since 9:00 of 12/18/2012. It is measured in Fukushima city. Related article..[Graph] Radiation level has been increasing since 180

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Cesium emission from reactor 2 increased 700%

Cesium emission from reactor 2 became 7 times much as March. It was 7 million Bq/h, which is almost the same level as October of 2011 (10 million Bq/h). Tepco

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Fall-out spiked up in Fukushima again

According to the fall-out research of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, the fall-out level spiked up from 3/30 to 3/31/2012. (Cesium 134 + 137 , MBq/km2) 3/30/2012 :

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Fall-out in Fukushima picked up 5 times much as before

Fall-out in Fukushima is picking up since 3/11/2012.         (MBq/km2) 3/10 9:00~3/11 9:00  Cesium 134 ND  Cesium 137 ND 3/11 9:00~3/12 9:00  Cesium 134 : 9.95  

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Radioactive wind hits Tokyo from 3/17 to 3/19

Meteocentrale Swiss forecasts wind will blow from Fukushima to Tokyo. From 3/17 3:00 to 3/19 9:00, radioactive wind is going to hit Tokyo like last year. Because it will be

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Fall-out is increasing in Fukushima again

  Fall-out level in Fukushima has started increasing again. It has been under 10 MBq/Km2 or ND, but on 3/12/2012, it became as double as before. 3/11/2012 9:00 ~ 3/12/2012

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Radioactive wind will hit Tokyo on 3/9/2012

Radioactive wind from Fukushima is predicted to hit Tokyo on 3/9/2012 from the data of meteorological bureau.           Source Iori Mochizuki

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Cesium fall-out observed after the massive gas in the plant

Following up this article..Reactor buildings are hidden by thick smoke In the night of 3/1/2012, massive gas covered Fukushima plants. On the following 2 days of 3/2 and 3/3, cesium

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CTBT measured 10 times higher radiation level than average

CTBT, Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty’s radiation monitoring post at Takasaki Gunma measured rapid increase of cesium 134 and 137 on 2/17/2012.   2/16/2012 Cesium 134 : 79 microBq/m3 Cesium 137 : 126