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If this woman tested negative, I didn’t, this emerald-bathed, Tyvek-wrapped nuke crisis shot primed to deliver one big color shock. If the situation in Japan isn’t already weird enough, hold onto your iodine pills. Visual media is a competitive business.
(photo: photo: Asahi Shimbun, via Reuters caption: Medical workers screened a woman for possible radiation exposure in Hitachi City, Ibaraki Prefecture, on Wednesday after she was evacuated from an area within about 12 miles of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. She tested negative.