Fukushima: A Ticking Time Bomb Ready To Explode. If the General Public doesn’t wake up to the gravity of the situation, millions will pay dearly – with their lives.
You may feel I’m being melodramatic, engaging in unsubstantiated fear mongering and scare tactics. Perhaps your thoughts about the current crisis at the Fukushima plant fall more along these lines:
“The Fukushima reactor explosion occurred a long time ago and any health problems attributable to radiation exposure is limited to Japan.”
“I don’t need to change my eating habits and can keep on eating seafood if I want.”
“If fallout from Fukushima becomes a global health concern, the media and government authorities will alert me and tell me what to do.”
Two-and-a-half years have passed since the 11 March 2011 earthquake and tsunami that fractured the Fukushima reactors and sent tons of radioactive waste into the environment. While that event may seem like ancient history, when compared to the half-lives of radioisotope materials, it’s just a drop in the bucket.
Radioactive Isotope Half-Lives
Cesium-137: 30.2 years (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caesium-137)
Strontium-90: 28.8 years (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strontium-90)
Plutonium-238: 87.7 years (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plutonium-238)
Uranium-235: 703.8 million years (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uranium-235)
Iodine-131: 8.0 days (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iodine-131)
Within weeks of the reactor meltdown, North American officials on the opposite end of the Pacific Rim began to hide or downplay the health risks, as typified by these two articles.
EPA to raise limits for radiation exposure while Canada turns off fallout detectors
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Tuesday, April 05, 2011
Fukushima 2013: A Continuing Nuclear Disaster of Global Significance
Nuke Free Future
Except for the ongoing efforts of a small but vocal contingent of activists, this unprecedented nuclear catastrophe has morphed from front page news to a faint blip in public consciousness.
The Predicament Facing The Global Community Today
The Fukushima problem may not be getting the same level of mainstream media coverage today as it did in 2011, but it has not gone away. In fact, the situation is becoming more dire with each passing day, as indicated by these articles:
Anonymous Official: Tank at Fukushima may have leaked tons of highly radioactive liquid every day for a month… “We didn’t detect it for as long as 30 days” — Spokesman: Leakage is continuing… Other tanks may be affected
Aug. 20, 2013
300 tons of contaminated water leak from tanks at Fukushima plant
Aug. 20, 2013
Fukushima nightmare: An atmospheric scientist and a medical scientist sound alarm
By Rady Ananda
Food Freedom News
17 Aug 2013
Ed. Note: Dr. Helen Caldicott has issued similar recommendations about relocating.
Dangerous Operation at Fukushima’s Reactor No. 4 Could Ignite “Atomic Chain Reaction”
Attempt to remove fuel rods from crippled building could cause “unprecedented” disaster
Jacob Chamberlain, staff writer
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Sailor believes illness due to radiation from service in Japan
By Jed Boal
Aug 14, 2013
Calls for seafood tests due to radiation leak in Japan
Aug 12, 2013
Compare and contrast the conclusion drawn by these Chinese scientists…
An ensemble estimation of impact times and strength of Fukushima nuclear pollution to the east coast of China and the west coast of America
GuiJun Han, Wei Li, HongLi Fu, XueFeng Zhang, XiDong Wang, XinRong Wu, LianXin Zhang
China Earth Sciences
August 2013, Volume 56, Issue 8, pp 1447-1451
…with the opinions expressed by these Canadian and U.S. officials:
Fukushima radiation leak not a concern to Canada, officials say
August 14, 2013
Japan nuclear body says radioactive water at Fukushima an “emergency”
By Antoni Slodkowski and Mari Saito
Tokyo, Aug 5
“With the amount of dilution that would occur, any kind of release in Japan would be non-detectable here,” said David Yogi, spokesman for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Eric Norman, a nuclear engineering professor at the University of California, Berkeley, said the latest leak was not a concern.
“The Pacific Ocean is an enormous place,” said Norman, who found radiation from the Fukushima nuclear power in California rainwater, milk and plants soon after the earthquake and tsunami. “There’s a lot of material between us and Japan. No matter what happens in Fukushima, it’s not going to be a problem over here.”
It seems that the good Canadian doctor and Messrs. Yogi and Norman have been afflicted by selective amnesia, completely forgetting or ignoring published news stories about Fukushima radiation and debris that has already impacted the West Coast of North America.
Radiation From Japan Disaster Found in Kelp Along California Coast
By Kim Carollo
Apr 10, 2012
Japanese Tsunami Debris Reportedly Sighted Near Washington’s Olympic National Park
Japan Tsunami Debris Confirmed in California
Apr 29, 2013 03:00 PM ET
by Douglas Main, OurAmazingPlanet
Study says fallout from nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan may be harming local infants
SAN DIEGO – Two years later, the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan may be affecting the health of young children in San Diego.
Apr. 5, 2013
If you’ve read the report up to this point and remain unconvinced that Fukushima poses an environmental health risk unprecedented in human history, then I have nothing more to say other than to extend my best wishes to you in whatever activities you engage in, from this point forward.
Out of Despair Comes Hope
Do you remember the U.S. government’s response to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina? Can you, in your mind’s eye, picture the cars lined up bumper-to-bumper on the interstate between New Orleans and Houston, or the tens of thousands who were forced to seek temporary shelter in the Astrodome? Do you truly expect that if Fukushima blows up and spews its radioactive particles around North America and the world, that you’ll be forewarned and given proper instructions for protecting the health of you and your loved ones?
Many decades have passed since the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Aug. 1945. In the ensuing years, we’ve learned how countless Japanese – even those very close to the epicenter – survived after the bombings through a special diet recommended by a local doctor. His survival diet consisted of brown rice and sulfur-rich foods such as miso and sea vegetables.
In today’s world, many commercial brands of miso paste are not healthy because they are produced from genetically engineered soybeans, while seaweed and sea vegetables harvested from the Pacific Ocean are likely to be contaminated with Fukushima radiation. If you want to take proactive steps to protect yourself and your loved ones from radioactive fallout, organic sulfur can provide one key piece of the puzzle.
—Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 1992 Sept.26(9):1144-7
In other words, organic sulfur can repair and protect against most forms of unwanted radiation exposure. The one radioactive isotope that sulfur cannot mitigate is iodine, which has a half-life of 8 days. You would need to consider taking a product like potassium iodide (use with caution) to protect your thyroid from radiation damage.
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