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Another Fukushima article from to be ignored..
From ENENEWS

[link to enenews.com]

Read for yourselves..
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Re: Another Fukushima article from to be ignored..
Thx for reading.
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Thx for reading.
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covered this one..... +5
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From ENENEWS

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5 Stars, a bump and pin request.

but according to the EPA, the banana's they eat are more toxic to them than Fukushima Radiation.
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Re: Another Fukushima article from to be ignored..
I admit, i expected these articles to come out 6 months after Fukushima and when they didnt, I felt like maybe I had misjudged the severity of the situation.

I should have had more patience...every day now an article comes out about the effects that couldn't easily be hidden or the data fudged.

Radioactive forests = radioactive animals = radioactive people.

Also, whoever made sure that Fukushima would be kept out of the media are doing an amazing job. I have family that still tells me not to eat Krakus Polish Ham, because its Chernobyl contaminated, but they could care less about pacific seafood.
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bump

should. not. be. ignored.
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oldie but a goldie


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We all know this is very bad for the planet.Something to watch in the next few months is as the fuel rods are removed from Unit 4,Tepco is saving the toughest for last.I dont recall what year it happened but they got a rod stuck in the pool pre tsunami.
Apparently as they tried to remove it Tepco bent the handle badly and soon they will have to deal with it and two other damaged rods.I read the casings were damaged to some extent as well.
Heres a Tepco doc that documents the issue.If interested,use google translate to read...

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]
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five stars and pin suggest
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the point being is the monkey tests are released.. they haven't released any viable medical data on humans... given apes are our closest genetic cousins... we should be heeding the effects on them.... 99% similar DNA remember ?
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^^^this
yeh its major significant for few reasons-
1) these monkey primarily herbivores so have minimal contracted contamination from bio-accumulation
2) monkey are an 'evolved' species, so wd have better detox mechanisms than lower case species (hence why insects and simplier animals like reptillian are more susceptable to mutation)
3) they have a full spectrum highly nutritional wild alkaline diet, which is optimum for supporting and functioning of immune and bodily systems
...humans have highly acidic diets which have compromised our bodily systems resulting in our species unique degenerative dis-eases and so by far are the sickest species on Earth -and imo is also indicative of modern man's progressively strange behaviour and unnaturalism we're seeing...-the distruction of matter/creation to generate energy to support our insatiable self desires being the cap stone of insanity imo.
if things have come to this state of being, its obviously time to assess the direction we're going in rather than foolishly accept it and let things get worse. its serving nobody other than tptb- and even their benefits are not sustainable building an entropic system on the foundations of death and suffering.
insane
so yeh positive results as such are well alarming

this documentary on chernobyl indicates similar short term effects on wild life there regarding wolves-
[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

"...one hair if inhaled wd be a fatal dose to researchers..."
the wolves prey (herbivores) are testing 50x max levels
bioaccumaltion over few decades ...yet the half life of many isotopes is 1000's, 100,000's, millions, or billions of years
go figure :-/
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