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Like Chernobyl, Fukushima could well become a dead zone, where no one will ever be able to return.”
According to information gathered from hundreds of pages worth of private NRC emails, conference calls and secret meetings, key players in the Fukushima whitewashing campaign, including the NRC's David McIntyre and Elliot Brenner, were hard at work in the days following the disaster distracting public attention away from it. David McIntyre also works in the NRC on public affairs, and spent much of his time creating carefully crafted e-mails that constantly downplayed the disaster, and any relationship that might be made to the safety status of US nuclear stations.”
Originally posted by WHYFIGHT
Fortunately people who can think for themselves did not need the Government or a blow hard self important prepaid scientist to know Fukushima was a life changing event for the whole planet. Get a Geiger counter and start checking the food you buy. Take daily samples.
Originally posted by WoodSpirit
reply to post by Renegade2283
I would keep an eye open but not worry too much about it.
If levels were really that high you would've noticed a change in the way that the government conducts itself and more people would speak up. There is just no way that they are keeping something a secret that any citizen with a geiger counter can establish, imo.
Some of the highest levels of natural background radiation recorded in the world are from areas around Ramsar, particularly at Talesh-Mahalleh which is a very high background radiation area (VHBRA) having an effective dose equivalent several times in excess of ICRP-recommended radiation dose limits for radiation workers AND UP TO 200 TIMES GREATER than normal background levels. Annual exposures of people living in Ramsar range from 1 to 26 rem, which is 10 to 260 mSv (compared with 0.06 mSv of a chest radiograph or up to 20 mSv of a CT scan). Most of the radiation in the area is due to dissolved radium-226 in water of hot springs along with smaller amounts of uranium and thorium due to travertine deposits. There are more than nine hot springs in the area with different concentrations of radioisotopes, and these are used as spas by locals and tourists. This high level of radiation does not seem to have caused ill effects on the residents of the area and even possibly has made them slightly more radioresistant, which is puzzling and has been called "radiation paradox". It has also been reported that residents have healthier and longer lives.
i don't record my rain swipes on video because i have no need to do that and if you research my posts on this forum you should come to realize, i'm not known for being a liar.
Some of the highest levels of natural background radiation recorded in the world are from areas around Ramsar, particularly at Talesh-Mahalleh which is a very high background radiation area (VHBRA) having an effective dose equivalent several times in excess of ICRP-recommended radiation dose limits for radiation workers AND UP TO 200 TIMES GREATER than normal background levels.