“The levels we recorded aren’t a concern for human health. In fact, it took sensitive instruments, measuring radioactive decay for hours after lengthy collection of the particles to precisely measure the amount of radiation,” said Thiemens. He is lead author of a report on the findings being published in Tuesday’s edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency officials said the levels were so minuscule they were not harmful to public health. EPA scaled back its monitoring efforts to routine levels in May.”

http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/08/15/radiation-from-japan-reached-us-west-coast-scientists-reveal/

Oh ok, well that settles it then. Fair and balanced right!
The levels are “small”. Also there’s a “wee bit” of a problem with the economy and gold has “gone up a little bit” over the last decade. The sunspot number is “kinda low” too.