Update (if you find this news report helpful for your friends, click the Facebook Like botton, please, and share the news) – This is an update of our blow-by-blow coverage of the uncontrollable nuclear radiation leaked in Japan where its nuclear power plants are bursting following the March 11 earthquake. Earlier NewsBalita.com reported that Australia can be hit by nuclear radiation from Japan. Also, South Korea can be reached by the nuclear radiation. Another vulnerable country that can be hit by nuclear radiation is Philippines.
Based on wind trending, Singapore can also be hit by nuclear radiation from Japan. Radioactive materials drift via clouds. Since clouds can travel to any parts of the globe, and considering that Singapore is at the bottom of Japan, being in the southern part of the planet near Australia, Malaysia, Brunei, and Indonesia, radioactive materials drifting south can reach and hit Singapore.
Today, Japan’s Health Ministry that Radioactive Materials can harm the body. Of course. Everyone knows that.
from Jiji Press – Japan’s on Tuesday warned of the possibility of health hazard posed by the latest radiation leaks from Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s <9501> Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said a radiation level of 400 millisieverts per hour was detected near the No. 3 reactor of the Fukushima plant, which was hit hard by the 9.0-magnitude earthquake on Friday.
The radiation level was 30 millisieverts between the No. 2 and No. 3 reactors and 100 millisieverts near the No. 4 reactor, Edano told a news conference.
Radiation levels around Fukushima plant reactors went above the unit of microsievert, which has been used to report radiation leaks from the plant so far, the top government spokesman said.
He said the newly reported radiation leaks “are undoubtedly at levels that may affect the human body.”