An "info" release, in which Japan released the "details," of a study that indicted 1000 children in the Fukushima prefecture were detected to have Radioactive Iodine in their thyroid, albeit only a "small amount." Now personally, I don't believe for one second it was only a small amount. A man from Tokyo who had never been to Fukushima was found to have massive internal exposure and doses of radiation. Now how is it possible that children living in the immediate vicinity of the plant have only a small dose? I would like to believe it, but given Japan's history involving this incident, and from reading the report about the man, I just don't believe it. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTZOczO6suw&feature=player_embedded]Radioactive iodine has been detected in the thyroids of half of 1,000 Fukushima children - YouTube[/ame] In this situation and given the countries past history with this incident, I simply do not believe they released the full information. I mean they didn't in the past so why now?