Updates on Fukushima

Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  One of the best sites to learn what is really happening as regards Fukushima is enenews.com

NOTE:   SAFALAB is selling  portable geiger counters for $550 plus T&S&H.

 

This you tube video describes what is happening on our west coast.

and this is more helpful in understanding the real risks involved.

AND
 Video: (about 10 mins).
 The World is at a critical crossroads.
The Fukushima disaster in Japan has
brought to the forefront the dangers
of Worldwide nuclear radiation.
The crisis in Japan has been described
as “a nuclear war without a war”. In
the words of renowned novelist Haruki
Murakami:
“This time no one dropped a bomb on
us … We set the stage, we committed
the crime with our own hands, we are
destroying our own lands, and we are
destroying our own lives.”
Nuclear radiation –which threatens life
on planet earth– is not front page news,
in comparison to the most insignificant
issues of public concern.
While the long-term repercussions of the
Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster are
yet to be fully assessed, they are far
more serious than those pertaining to
the 1986 Chernobyl disaster in the Ukraine,
which resulted in almost one million deaths
(New Book Concludes — Chernobyl death
toll: 985,000, mostly from cancer Global
Research, September 10, 2010, See also
Matthew Penney and Mark Selden The
Severity of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear
Disaster: Comparing Chernobyl and
Fukushima, Global Research, May 25,
2011)
The shaky political consensus both in
Japan, the U.S. and Western Europe is
that the crisis at Fukushima has been
contained.
The realties, however, are otherwise.
An opinion poll in May 2011 confirmed
that more than 80 per cent of the
Japanese population do not believe the
government’s information regarding the
nuclear crisis (quoted in Sherwood Ross,
Fukushima: Japan’s Second Nuclear
Disaster, Global Research, November 10,
2011)
The Impacts in Japan
The Japanese government has been
obliged to acknowledge that “the severity
rating of its nuclear crisis … matches that
of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster”. In a bitter
irony, however, this tacit admission by
the Japanese authorities has proven to
been part of the cover-up of a significantly
larger catastrophe, resulting in a process
of global nuclear radiation and contamination:
“While Chernobyl was an enormous
unprecedented disaster, it only occurred at
one reactor and rapidly melted down. Once
cooled, it was able to be covered with a
concrete sarcophagus that was constructed
with 100,000 workers. There are a
staggering 4,400 tons of nuclear fuel rods
at Fukushima, which greatly dwarfs the
total size of radiation sources at Chernobyl.”
(Extremely High Radiation Levels in Japan:
University Researchers Challenge Official
Data, Global Research, April 11, 2011).

 

 

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