We've learned recently that radiation from Fukushima has travelled to North America in the form of fish, though at low doses. How will history's largest accidental deposit of radiation in the ocean affect our Pacific fish? And will any of these contaminated plants or fish work their way up the food chain or directly onto our North American plates?
Kimberly Gale used to live near the Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant that part-melted down a year ago. She just talks to the camera, sometimes her words covered with quake footage. No script. Just Gale. And somehow, because she's thinking aloud and not merely reading, her report captures a little of the human meaning of the tragedy.