Instructions in English and Japanese for making a simple KFM Radiation Meter from a soup can and tin foil. https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=explorer&chrome=true&srcid=0ByoWete4B3xtYmI3ZmUwYmEtZjM2ZS00MjkzLWJlNGQtZWU3NTczZDVmMWZl&hl=en&authkey=CPzd3Bk&pli=1 Advertisements
Graduations Held at Evacuation Centers What schools in the Tohoku region are doing about graduation ceremonies. Obstacles include the difficulty of gathering in one place as well as the lack of reliable information confirming that there is no health threat from radiation.
Recommendations for stable iodine prophylaxis from UK Health Protection Agency (original report by the National Radiological Protection Board NPRB) via British Embassy. http://www.hpa.org.uk/Publications/Radiation/NPRBArchive/DocumentsOfTheNRPB/Absd1203/
From The Guardian’s website Datablog http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2011/mar/18/japan-nuclear-power-plant-updates
Information sourced from the Ministry of Education. http://atmc.jp/water/
Collated radiation data and level readings from various sources. http://www.rdtn.org/ Quote: This ongoing crisis has highlighted the need for trusted sources. With conflicting reports of radiation levels in affected areas, we wanted to build a way to report and see data in an unbiased format. This site is not meant as a replacement for… Continue reading RDTN.org – national radiation levels
Fairly comprehensive video archive of Japanese Government press conferences and speeches. All in Japanese, with signing and optional Japanese text subtitles. http://nettv.gov-online.go.jp/prg/prg4570.html?c=00