posted on Feb, 22 2013 @ 07:51 AM
reply to post by Aircooled
The amount of radiation from Fukushima is so incredibly low, and our bodies actually respond well to low doses of radiation. To such an extent that in
all likelihood, it's probably doing more good for us than harm.
Fukushima tripped me out in the first few months. Then I got educated.
No, this threat is real. Millions die each year from industry related pollutants. Each year new chemicals are introduced into the environment. We're
now over 80,000 synthetic chemicals, of which less than 1% has been tested. The US outsourced our pollution with our manufacturing for a good reason,
but it only delayed the inevitable. With lax regulations in industrializing nations, such as China, and India, and considering we live in a closed
biosphere, it's only a matter of time before the majority are terribly ill from all this muck.
Some, such as my dear friend soficrow above, believe we're already there. It's difficult to argue that we're not all somewhat ill in the 21st
century. I do, however, think a small percentage is still coping well, and moving along as if untouched. Maybe 3-5% of us.