reply to post by unityemissions
So you agree living within a few miles of fuku is a nightmare,
but dont believe the pollution its causing?
you do know there are farms in the UK that remain closed because of Chermobyl.
Or that seafood in finland was rejected because it contained radiation from Chernobyl.
Whats more likely:
1. A nuclear powerplant had 3 reactors melt down over a series of days. Of which are still smoking/steaming with no COVER, the government completely
botched the response and are covering up any and all intel which shows how much radiation has been and is being released into the oceans, skies and
lands around the reactor.
2. A nuclear powerplant had 3 reactors melt down over a series of days. Of which are still smoking/steaming with no COVER but there's little to no
radiation polluting the sea's, skies and lands around the reactor because the government says so.
I dont know about you, but I have a feeling that fuku is bad bad juju.
As a test of political honesty, id like to see Obama and Shinzō Abe go for a leisurely dip in the waters off fukushimas coast line, then eat some
fish from the water around it, and finally go for a little play in the parks.
Bring their kids too, Kids love that sort of thing!
Its just radiation from a melting down nuclear power plant.
"We have reached the firm conclusion that radiation released from the Fukushima Daiichi plant damaged the genes of the butterflies," said Joji
Otaki, associate professor at Ryukyu University in Okinawa, southwestern Japan.
"[A] woman in her fourth month of pregnancy was contaminated with 137Cs [radioactive cesium]… The concentration of 137Cs in the mother (0.91
kBq/kg bw) was similar to that in her newborn child (0.97 kBq/kg bw) 1.”
Pfft, Babies, who wants them, right?
Radioactive material from the Fukushima nuclear disaster has been found in tiny sea creatures and ocean water some 186 miles (300 kilometers) off
the coast of Japan, revealing the extent of the release and the direction pollutants might take in a future environmental disaster.
In some places, the researchers from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) discovered cesium radiation hundreds to thousands of times higher
than would be expected naturall
Last April, about a month after the Fukushima nuclear accident, concentrations of cesium-137 in the ocean near the plant peaked at 50 million
times above normal levels, according to a study by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Society.
Yeah ok ok ok, so I dont have any 'government' papers saying 'the oceans are toxic'... your right, if thats the proof you want, im sorry I dont have
it. .. if it even existed you really think the government would let it out ?
edit on 4-1-2013 by Agit8dChop because: (no reason given)