TRACES of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear disaster have been found in bottles of Californian wine.
The number of storage tanks for contaminated water and other materials has continuously increased at Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc.'s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, and space for still more tanks is approaching the limit.
(Natural News) It's not a secret that nuclear radiation is dangerous: Not only does it cause cancer, even seemingly small amounts of the stuff can be lethal. Exposure to high enough levels can be deadly in frighteningly short periods of time. But f
The tsunami-driven seawater that engulfed Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has long since receded.
Dr Helen Caldicott, explains recent robot photos taken of Fukushima's Daiichi nuclear reactors: radiation levels have not peaked, but have continued to spill toxic waste into the Pacific Ocean -- but it's only now the damage has been photographe
apanese government experts have warned that a mega-quake as large as the 2011 disaster may hit the country's northernmost region within the next 30 years. An "impending" earthquake is forecast to strike off the Pacific coastline of Hokkaido
Most people think they have to die to go to hell but that is not true anymore. Today, in the mainstream press, they announced the existence of a hell hole in Japan at the destroyed nuclear power station at Fukushima.