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Originally posted by Unity_99
Gee, I don't know where to begin, and my jaw drops to the ground. This was level 7 with the second explosion, that saturday, the Shroom one.
Now, lets get up to date from real scientists, not the false, lying evil empire ones we have telling us BS. Tokyo University and another did a really testing, outside the 30 km limits, and they found, in the soil samples 4 X Chenobyl. I will repeat, in case we can't connect 4 out fo 6 reactors in major meltdown, puddles probably some beneath the ground, as being worse than 1: 4 X's Chenobyl. And recommendations are for permanent evacuations, I think its 1/3 of Japan that will be permanently uninhabitable.
But they should be evacuating us, the west coast of North America and the midwest. As of April 6th, real scientists said the plume that would hit containing billions of isotopes would make the west coast equal to being adjacent to Fukushima. Gee, that was the day our water tased like tar oil factory, my car smells like that,and there was suddenly yellow along the window seals.
Real scientists, not the phoney cowards, tested San Francisco water and it was 18 000 times the limit.
The feathers are falling off the penguines they seem to have thryoid cancer or some severe thyroid problems. A very big canary I'd say.
I don't feel too good, under the rain clouds that never end, here near the coast. Headaches for days, bleeding nose, aches everywhere, heart pulpitations and irregularities, and the runs. I believe this is rad poisoning.
They need to tell the truth and evacuate the west coast.
Rain areas will be hardest hit. Japan and the west will be Chronic for the fallout from this for health.
Within 1 year this crosses the equator, and the whole world will share and recieve increases in cancer and illness, including horrible birth defects.
it will mixed globally in the air, water, land, and food chain.
We need to do somehting about it.
However, a nuclear safety agency spokesman told reporters the leaks were still small compared to those of the Chernobyl accident.
"In terms of volume of radioactive materials released, our estimate shows it is about 10% of what was released by Chernobyl," he said.