posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 06:09 PM
I'm sure their new standards can easily be debunked. Does anyone know the exact amount of radiation the people in Chernobyl were exposed to? We can
then compare that to the level of radiation that the Japanese have been exposed to and note the difference.
If you look at the excerpt from the article below, you will notice that the cancer rates have definitely increased from the Chernobyl incident. Most
effects of radiation take several years to appear. Knowing this, isn't it logical to conclude that our beloved "Experts" cannot simply raise the
standards without monitoring the effects of this crisis over time? Furthermore, what proof do they have that humans can withstand 100,000 CPM of
radiation without being harmed in the process? I'm not referring to the minority of individuals that can resist it, but people as a whole.
"Ukraine's Health Ministry estimates that 3.5 million people, over a third of them children, have suffered illness as a result of the contamination,
and the incidence of some cancers is 10 times the national average.
First Deputy Health Minister Olga Bobylyova said: "The health of people affected by the Chernobyl accident is getting worse and worse every year.
"We are very disturbed by these data."
Ms Bobylyova told a news conference that the death rate among workers exposed to radiation while cleaning up Chernobyl has been rising. "