This is a live feed of Fukushima nuclear power plant
Normally you can see all four buildings, but in the past 20 minutes they all disappeared in the smoke. You can barely see the tip of some power towers if you can still see them.
Well, welcome to a new wave of radiation fall out, oh but don't worry... The EPA is not measuring so there will be no radiation detected in your water, milk, rain or soil. You can safely go back to talking about Osama.
And don't worry; the radiation they are finding in Japan well outside the forbidden zone is only 6 to 28 times higher than the forced relocation zones in Chernobyl. Read the story below.
The map, released May 6, was compiled from data from a joint aircraft survey undertaken by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and the U.S. Department of Energy.
It showed that a belt of contamination, with 3 million to 14.7 million becquerels of cesium-137 per square meter, spread to the northwest of the nuclear plant.
After the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, those living in areas with more than 555,000 becquerels of cesium-137 per square meter were forced to relocate.
Well, it is nice to know the US Dept. of Energy is taking readings in Japan, but not in the US. But don't worry, 14.7 million becquerels is like taking a flight around the earth for a thousand years. It's nothing to worry about. Don't worry at all... actually, just go ahead and step outside in a couple of days. The Fukushima cloud will be hanging right over you and there will be nothing to worry about. It is harmless...
Beeehhh, said the sheep.