posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 02:02 PM
The increase in death after Fukushima fallout arrived in the states cannot be correlated because, as far as this article goes, does not show a direct
link between increased radioactivity and death resulted from the fallout.
I have been following, and keeping tabs on, Fukushima from day one and I see articles like this all the time. I really am at a lost as to what
motivates people to write these kinds of articles. With a just a little research and fact checking I am sure the article could be much better. As it
stands now, this article is fear mongering due to the lack of a clear connection between the facts presented. How about showing the numbers of deaths
in the areas which have experienced a sharp increase in radioactivity from Fukushima fallout. Here in Japan, that is the way journalist have to write
up reports on Fukushima radioactivity or no one will take them serious. Often they have to be careful when they say the radioactivity is actually from
Fukushima. Although, here in Japan the connection between sharp increases in radioactivity and Fukushima are bit more clear given that the meltdowns
happened in Japan. So, journalist over here can get away with implying that the radioactivity is from Fukushima much easier.
I suggest looking into the research done by Fukushima University of the radioactive plume, from Fukushima NPP, which circles around the earth once
every so many days. You can use their research as a base to track when and where the plume is to make a better connection to shape increases in
radioactivity and Fukushima fallout.
Scientific Paper: “The Fukushima Radioactive Plume Contaminated the Entire Northern Hemisphere During a Relatively
Short Period of Time”
The above link provides a good write up about the report on the plume as well as a link to the actual PDF report in full.