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reply to post by jrod
So what levels of radiation are "low dose"?
I don't suppose anyone will believe this man either. I'm sure Mr Gunderson is much more qualified to speak on the subject, right?
How many people have died from the Fukashima accident?
But the point is this: What flows from fukushima is neither "low level" nor is it beneficial to biological life.
Its bad,very bad but all is not lost. I watched a documentary about a russian scientist who lived/lives in the chernobyl fallout zone. When asked about the radiation he was not concerned. "I know which food to grow and eat."
Iirc cherrys are ok but the pips are a big no no. I cant remember the other foods. He was not worried about external radiation.
Its bad but you can mitigate your intake somewhat. It just appears that the info on safe food is not readily available to the public. I suppose there is money in cancer/diabetes/heart disease/infertilty/dementia etc etc
This fact-based article is as REAL as it get's. I really hope it's not true.
I'm sure you will agree that it is so that one cannot go and bathe in the sea water nearest to Fukushima, right?
I'm feel I need to really understand what you are saying here before debating the point with you...
The analysis of the health impact of radioactive land contamination by the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, made by Professor Chris Busby (the European Committee of Radiation Risk) based on official Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology data, has shown that over the next fifty years it would be possible to have around 400,000 additional cancer patients within a 200-kilometer radius of the plant.
This number can be lower and can be even higher, depending on strategies to minimize the consequences. Underestimation is more dangerous for the people and for the country than overestimation.
- See more at: hnn.us...
It will and is up to each person to do what they think is right.
Your best bet is to hop on ebay and order a Geiger counter of some kind and
monitor your area, and act accordingly.
But the real question, and the big question is what happens when the
currents start dropping this in quantities in the bread basket of the U.S.
Will they make a nuke resistant corn then? or will the world be at risk of
starving to death due to crop failures.
Think of how many we feed world wide, not just here, all of that is going
to be at risk.
So far in SW Montana i have yet to see any direct results, but believe me,
i am looking, every time i hop in the car and go out i scan the fields and roads
and slow down to get a good look at the deer and elk to see if anything is showing