Some may be a bit dated due to the WordPress
meltdow…wasn’t trying to be funny there. The word got plenty of other use, prior to the real thing happening again.
Ronny found the new best overview on the whole Fukushima situation. Had to “zoink” one jpeg to bring here:
oldHP provides a report on a radiological “Army of Davids”. The instrument being used looks like a beta/gamma frisker with a probe type I’ve never used. Those are very sensitive and probably a lot of people are coming up contaminated. You could peg that instrument on its highest scale and it doesn’t mean anything life-or-health-threatening.
ol’HP also links the IAEA “Fukushima Nuclear Accident Update Log“. It has tons of info which I’m rushing past to catch up with your comments. AncientRCT also provides a good wide-ranging news report from yahoo. Thanks for keeping things going during my absence, HP!
Charlie Martin keeps catching the “milli/micro” mistake in reporting. C’mon, Charlie! They’ve only had ten days to learn a couple of terms! These are professional journalists, remember.