Click on this map or the link below it for free views of Soil Radioactivity at the time of the Tokyo Olympics
From Fairewinds Energy Education
Fairewinds Energy Update on Fukushima (Arnie Gunderson is a nuclear engineer who was black-listed for speaking out about safety concerns at reactor he worked on, was an advisor to state of VT during Entergy litigation)
“Japan’s mass media doesn’t fold in the face of pressure from the powerful — because it already self-censors.”
Reporters Without Borders” World Press Freedom Index: 2010, 11; 2016, 72; 2020, 66
Radiation and Harm to Human Health by Beyond Nuclear
This excellent booklet has an endnote (10) that lists “studies of radiation damage.” Key is to (a) get the difference between external and internal exposure and (b) to understand that “low dose” doesn’t mean safe.
On the Fukushima child and youth thyroid cancer monitoring; keep in mind that pediatric thyroid cancer is the only cancer acknowledged by “western” sources (i.e., the world nuclear organizations) as caused by Chernobyl. Here’s a 2016 article from the Lancet. The Japanese authors of this piece were the ones (especially Yamashita) who played a leading role in acknowledging and addressing thyroid cancer in Chernobyl kids; they are the ones now denying it has anything to do with the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, and therefore, pushing for minimizing the study.
Citizens’ Nuclear Information Center (water and other contaminated wastes)
Informative with good graphics; includes alternatives
From Ian Fairlie, a recognized expert
(This is a long introduction Field wrote for an interview with Ruiko Muto that addresses her work for the criminal prosecution)
Another introduction Field wrote for Ruiko Muto’s pieces, but this has detailed info on the Olympics
|Japan’s 3.11 Earthquake, Tsunami, Atomic Meltdown Large collection of peer-reviewed articles The Atomic Age A bilingual news blog that Field and a colleague have maintained for nearly 10 years; searchable in English and Japanese Voices of the People Ongoing project of FoE Japan interviewing individuals in, from Fukushima (10-20 minutes, subtitled in 7 languages)|