“Significant” sources of radiation which could pose a risk to the public if exposed have been found on the same beach where around 200 radioactive particles were discovered previously.
Last month, a lump of contaminated metal was found on the beach, prompting the closure of parts of the foreshore.
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- The Big Picture: Japanese Officials Mixed Reports On Radiation Hotspots in Japan – Inconsistent research and changing story bring scrutiny of efforts to decontaminate parts of Tokyo (enformable.com)
- #Radiation in Japan: Small News and Baseless Rumors (ex-skf.blogspot.com)
- Officials Give Another Fuzzy Claim About Setagaya radiation dose measurements, again ‘no health hazard’ despite jumping from 110 uSv/hr to 170 uSv/hr (enformable.com)
- TEPCO found to be still fudging tracking Fukushima Daiichi Worker Radiation Exposure Levels (enformable.com)
- March 23rd, 2011 – The EPA took RADNet down because they were getting data from ‘other’ sources (enformable.com)
- Coverup? Now 170 microsieverts per hour at Tokyo supermarket – Elevated radiation found at multiple locations, yet gov’t thinks it was buried (enenews.com)
- #Radiation in Japan: Spiders in Iitate-mura Concentrating Radioactive Silver 1,000 Times (ex-skf.blogspot.com)
- June 2011 – Fukushima Workers found with internal radiation in thyroids over 7,500 bq (enformable.com)
- Latest Hot Spot Findings Lead Tokyo Officials To Begin Monitoring Food in Stores (enformable.com)