Zones of Exclusion. Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Fallout

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Officials checked for signs of radiation on children near Fukushima nuclear power station.
The Fukushima Nuclear power plant exploded one day after the 8.9 magnitude earthquake on March 11 2011.
March 12, 2011: Experts said radiation was leaking at rates of 1,000 times more than normal after a massive explosion at a nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan. (Nippon News Network)
See the video on You Tube and You Reporter.

Map reportedly created by Australian Radiation Services that shows how -- in the event of a massive radiation release -- fallout from nuclear reactors in northeastern Japan will be carried by the jetstream to the West Coast of the United States. The wind directions of this map are correct -- but note that the radiation levels are impossible based on what is known about the situation. Also there is no time rate given for the dosage; usually rads would be per hour, but those numbers per hour are more like what someone would have experienced at ground zero at Chernobyl. (from Planet Waves)