I didn't feel up to re-posting the story about 110 to 170 microsieverts an hour found at a supermarket in Japan
What can be sound about that which has not already been said.
The contamination in Japan is terrible and it is ongoing and little-to-nothing is being done to protect citizens.
I suspect the radiation is very bad in the US and Canada as well.
More bad news about radiation in the ocean and radiation from the plant keeps being slowly leaked.
If Potrblog is correct, things are going to continue getting worse, slowly or very quickly if an explosion occurs.http://majiasblog.blogspot.com/2011/10/potrblog-latest-video-criticality-cycle.html
I still think that all efforts will be directed at preventing an explosion - even if it means greater radiation exposure occurs by endlessly prolonging fissioning - in order to perpetuate the fraud that all is well in Fukushima.
I just don't know what else to say other than the people of Japan, Canada, the US and other countries need to add Fukushima to their list of demands for accountability and transparency!