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Saturday, December 12, 2015

Fukushima report declassified: Worse than we were told

Fukushima nuclear power plant is still experiencing major contamination issues nearly five years after the earthquake, tsunami, and subsequent meltdown.
A new declassified report from the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, written on March 18, 2011 just days after the disaster, sheds light on just how bad it was.
We now know that "100% of the total spent fuel was released to the atmosphere from unit 4."
According to nuclear expert and whistleblower Arnie Gundersen in an interview with WBAI in New York, unit four contained more cesium "than in all 800 nuclear bombs exploded above ground".
Cesium has been linked to thyroid cancer, which is on the increase in the Fukushima area since the tsunami, according to the US National Library of Medicine.
The chemical is highly soluble in water and can find its way into foodstuffs that have been prepared in contaminated areas.
How does this concern us on this side of the pacific? Simple, the current will and has brought this crap to this side already and will get worse. So, on the west coast of North America, watch what you eat and drink, especially the fish.

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