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Methanol, Biproduct of Aspartame Linked to Autism, Preterm Delivery
...Professor Emeritus of Food Science and Nutrition at the Arizona State University ...describes how the toxic chemical methanol and it’s use in the production of aspartame and other chemicals could be a main factor in causing spina bifida, preterm delivery, multiple sclerosis, cancer, and more recently, autism in young children.
There are reports floating around the web that the decommisioning of nuclear power stations, near the end of thier lives, is going to be very costly and that most of these companies may not be able to afford to decommision them safely.
Originally posted by Ophiuchus 13
reply to post by nobodysavedme
Keep faith and compassion nobodysavedme. THEY who are the REAL GOD(s) see and hear their big business intents. So let the filth $$$ build up on that Island that may not even be accessable if the high wave is in its direction.
I'll bet half the people out there screaming about all of this don't even know the first thing about how radiation even affects biological organisms.
Originally posted by rockinground
Hello sorry folks but the water is radioactive to a lesser degree than the substance that radiated it. I repeat the water is radioactive not just the high level particles in it. If you filtered all the foreign particles out of the water ,the water is now radioactive to a lesser degree. If the pacific ocean dies the vast majority of you all will soon die also. One asprian sized tablet of plutonium handed from hand to hand can extreminate the entire population of humans on the earth.
Originally posted by Agit8dChop
reply to post by jhn7537
Salt water is pretty bloody good at breaking up stuff, while I don't doubt a good chunk of ocean immediately around Fuku is irradiated, i think it would be difficult for it to contaminate the entire pacific..
its a pretty freakn massive body of water.