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Very Low-Level Radiation Heading Eastward From Japan: Expert

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Lars-Erik De Geer, research director at the Swedish Defence Research Institute, which is a government agency, cited data from a network of international monitoring stations, and stated that low concentrations of radioactive particles are heading eastwards from Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant and are expected to reach North America within days.

Living one's life in a time of Tsunami, while crisis in Japan threatens world

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COOS BAY, Ore. – Living in a time of Tsunami with a possible nuclear radiation disaster has caused a creeping uneasiness in the hearts and minds of natives to this Oregon coast town that’s been hit hard in years past with what the locals call “the wall of water;” meanwhile, the uneasiness is spiced with the irritation of not knowing what’s in store if Japan’s nuclear reactors develop into a “China Syndrome” and threaten not only the West coast but the world as well.

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