Massive & Real Damage Caused By Fukushima Radiation That The Mainstream Media...

Massive & Real Damage Caused By Fukushima Radiation That The Mainstream Media Is Never Going To Tell You

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Fukushima Radiation

Take a guess. How destructive do you think is the impact of the Fukushima radiation?

Just when you thought that Japan, the world rather, was able to get over the Fukushima radiation, you are wrong. It’s worst than you thought and the mainstream media is not telling you about it.

The radiation effects from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster are the observed and predicted effects resulting from the release of radioactive isotopes from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant after the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.

The World Health Organization (WHO) released a report that estimates an increase in risk for specific cancers for certain subsets of the population inside the Fukushima Prefecture.

Officials at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have admitted that one-third of the world’s oceans are now contaminated by Fukushima radiation.

The IAEA say that nuclear waste caused by the 2011 nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi reactors in Japan, has caused dangerous amounts of radioactive materials to spill into the Pacific ocean.

Anonhq.com reports:

When the disaster happened, countries based around the Pacific Ocean were on high alert, due to the potential economic and environmental implications of the disaster. This prompted the IAEA, together with the Regional Cooperative Agreement (RCA) Member States to establish the Technical Cooperation (TC) to monitor the presence of radioactive substances in the marine environment. The TC was also to ensure that seafood from the region was safe for consumption, and to maintain a comprehensive overview and full facts of the accident, considering its grave implications.

The first TC annual review meeting was held in August 2012, to demonstrate predictive hydrodynamic models. Experts then predicted that the strong current, known as the Kuroshio Current and its extension, had the ability to transport the radioactive substances across the Pacific Ocean in an easterly direction. During the meeting, the concentration of radioactivity was not as high as originally thought.

 

However, in July 2014, a field study conducted by the TC revealed from two sets of seawater samples, that two filter cartridges were coated in radioactive substances – the elements of cesium.

Again, in 2015, trace amounts of cesium-134 and cesium-137 turned up in samples collected near Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. The samples were collected by an independent monitoring body. In fact, this was the first time that traces of cesium-134 had been detected near North America’s waters. The Integrated Fukushima Ocean Radionuclide Monitoring Network said the only possible source of these radioactive elements is the Fukushima disaster. The IAEA then realized the seriousness of the accident, admitting that the Pacific Waters have been contaminated.
When this discovery was made, it sparked anxiety and concerns. Although experts later tried to calm the tension by saying the substances detected were not high, we know for sure that the danger of radioactive material in any amount cannot be underestimated.

According to Ken Buesseler, a marine chemist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in Falmouth, Massachusetts, the problem with nuclear energy and fallout is that the radiation and radioactive materials can travel great distances with the help of the wind and the sea.

Buesseler said that the officials of the IAEA should aim on a global level to keep these levels at zero. He also said the monitoring of the oceans by the officials was warranted, in order to avoid a major human disaster.

Already, the oceans are filled with all sorts of waste. Even the IAEA recommends that contaminated water be discharged into the sea. Apart from nuclear waste getting into the sea, there are other industrial wastes that are also being discharged into the sea. If we don’t take care, it will get to a point where every single fish we catch from the sea will have to be tested for radioactivity or other equally poisonous substances.

Our lives depend heavily on the sea. If it is poisoned, livelihoods could be affected, as well as the long-term health of the global community, as a whole. Any waste discharge in the sea will have to be controlled, and continuous monitoring is needed. Governments should also encourage safe inventions, such as renewable energy technologies, rather than nuclear. We can’t afford to surrender our reasoning to technologies that will harm us.

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29 comments
Danny Criswell
Danny Criswell

Nothing is being done, I understand my God was sad.

Brian Eddington
Brian Eddington

The same faulty reactor is being used throughout the US. Nepotistic regulatory agencies turned a blind eye to the Mark II's safety concerns. Broken politics/economics caused that meltdown and the next one.

Mitchell I. Weitzman
Mitchell I. Weitzman

Stuff ppl can't see doesn't make for good bread and circus now, does it?

Steve Moortgat
Steve Moortgat

You think there is only one per plant in distress ? There are many leaking as we speak ....

Brian Budd
Brian Budd

You probably didn't hear about Kim getting robbed then?

Andy Knievel Panda
Andy Knievel Panda

You can't blame the patient if the hypnotist is using a swinging clock.

Don Ni
Don Ni

Are you convinced they are not human yet?

Don Ni
Don Ni

The darkened ones

Heath Boyles
Heath Boyles

It's greed and nothing more. Never underestimate the power of Man's lust for wealth and power.

Lea Alcantara
Lea Alcantara

and this is the way mother nature balances all

Tom Baker
Tom Baker

Why did they have to build the nuclear plants right next to the ocean?

Tom Byrne
Tom Byrne

The ocean view is where it's at. Location location location

Dan Bast
Dan Bast

I'm not into quoting the bible. but all the waters were poisoned.

Jeremy C Martin
Jeremy C Martin

I wouldn't quote that book either. I wonder how many times religious folk have found the same relevance in the past and feared an ending over it....lol

Joshua Aragon
Joshua Aragon

Thats not a contradiction if you studied those verses.