a reply to: Agit8dChop
First of all, and with the greatest possible respect, this threads OP
needs serious expansion.
Second, theres an awful lot going on in this video, and not all of it can be directly attributed to radiological disaster. Birds falling out of the
sky is not new, nor are mass beachings of marine animals, or any of the other examples of disaster, EXCEPT the radiation levels found within the fish.
And as for radiation levels, at no time does the fellow with the scanner make clear which unit of measurement he is using to discern the radiation
levels at the beach, or in the aircraft. Depending on how his equipment is set up, he could be blowing smoke, or getting burned, and we have no real
way to tell, as a result of his poor camera quality.
Yet more BS abounds, when we see that the end of the video appears to have more to do with an appeal to repent and find Jesus, than it does with any
solution to the problem, or suggestions of a practical, rather than esoteric nature.
As a believer in Christ, even I find this utterly impractical and ridiculous.
To summarise, the Fukushima crisis is VERY likely to be much worse than reported, but a video like this actually does more damage to that argument
than any amount of mainstream media buggery ever will. Measurements made in a mystery unit, measurements made in an aeroplane without any comparative
data from flights prior to the disaster at Fukushima, and a whole host of things that have not been connected by rigor and forensic analysis, to
anything in particular, other than the measurements taken from samples collected by the Japanese fishermen, which, to be clear, are alarming
These things, this vauge methodology, the appeal to religious zeal at the end, these things do NOT assist the cause of disclosure, nor do they assist
anyone who really cares about the environment we live in, in the effort to promote environmental responsibility in their homes, villages, towns,
cities and nations. All it does is present yet another easy target for the naysayers and the mainstreamers, the luddites and the fools out there, to
attack. All of those who say their oil jobs are more important than having a habitat that sustains human life, all the fools who think that having the
lights on, and the option of being thinly dressed indoors in the wintertime, is worth the risks associated with nuclear power, these people with their
naive notions of how life ought to be, and who are prepared to do anything, and ignore any threat, in order to keep their views... They are not going
to be accessed by this video, they are not going to take it to heart, and even those on the cusp of doing so will look for ANY excuse, any logical
weakness, any failure of presentation, to avoid taking its message on board.
While I agree with the motivation behind the video, which appears to be a genuine desire to see nuclear power taken off the table as an option,
leaving us with only renewables as an alternative to oil, the execution, the delivery is so flawed that even I, as someone who agrees with the thrust
of the thing, am dismayed to see it delivered in such flawed fashion. This is information that needs to be delivered perfectly, accurately, without
wavering or getting off the topic in the slightest, or embellishing anything or leaving things to the imagination, and this video fails in that.