posted on Jul, 22 2012 @ 04:35 AM
Originally posted by supertrot
I did find sites claiming that Japan has refused to release infant mortality rates since the disaster.
If this is true then their silence speaks volumes.
If they genuinly do not know you would think they would say, but if they refuse to say there must be a reason behind this. After the recent disasters
you could understand if the information is not available or complete or if they dont want to release it until it has been verified, but again they
would say this.
It does suggest that they have something they want to keep hidden or at best delay until a better time to release said inormation (played down so that
it goes unnoticed).
If the rates had gone down or remained the same, this would be good news and would support the claims that the distaster has been sorted out.
Coupled with claims that rates have gone up elsewhere and if these can be linked with iodine from Fuku, then that is not good news at all.
Edit to add:
Birth rates are fluctuating all the time and there are many reasons behind this. As previous posters have said statistics can be used to back any
edit on 22/7/2012 by YarlanZey because: (no reason given)