Fukushima Radiation News

By: Watershed Sentinel  09-12-2011

Dear Readers, I am ending my Japan Updates. I have been doing these almost daily for the last seven months.

However, I now will be turning my attention and energy elsewhere. Not doing these updates will free up many hours a day for me.

Furthermore, there are are many sites now covering the information.

For those of you who wish to follow the published information on Fukushima and its aftermath, which daily grows more devastating for the people of Japan, I have prepared a list of internet links,


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