Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Radiation worries on the rise...

Hi there. I enjoyed tweeting with some of your fellow viewers overnight. (I couldn't sleep.)
Join the conversation. I'm @robinmeade on Twitter.
In the news today:
Radiation levels at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan have increased to “levels that can impact human health.”
Now, new information on the risk of MORE radioactive material leaking.
Should you be concerned that the contamination could float to the U.S.?
There is yet more new video of the incredible tsunami, post-quake, tearing ashore in Japan. You'll see it here.
(Man my heart goes out to the people of Japan. The misery just seems to compound.)
A list of ways you can help people affected by the quake and tsunami is online at cnn.com/Robin.
In other news:
Certain exercise video games may actually do the trick for couch potato kids.
Maybe he should have stuck to quacking “Aflac!”
The voice of the Aflac duck has been fired for his tweets about the crisis in Japan.
Would you be willing to put a data recorder in your car if it meant you could save 30% on insurance?
Get ready, now you can.
A 13-year-old in Ohio is selling "manly" scented candles. You gotta hear the scents considered "manly". Cute.