09 June 2011
from IMVA Website
Arnie Gundersen, widely-regarded to be the best nuclear analyst covering Japan’s Fukushima disaster, indicates that the situation on the ground at the crippled reactors remains precarious and at a minimum it will be years before it can be hoped to be truly contained.
As the crippled reactors in Japan continue to emit radiation into the environment it will appear in greater and greater concentrations in our food.
already been detected in trace amounts in milk across the U.S., and
in strawberries, kale and other vegetables in California.
First Germany and now the Swiss
government have deciding to exit nuclear energy, each phasing out
their country’s existing nuclear plants and seeking alternative
energy sources to meet their energy needs, following widespread
security concerns in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in
Three of the six reactors are in meltdown.
The crippled reactors are acting like a huge dirty bomb,
emitting significant quantities of radioactive isotopes that are, in
fact, contaminating our air, water, soil and food in a steady stream
that will continue for a long time to come.
If unit four goes down it’s not just
Tokyo; the entire northern hemisphere will be in for increasing
Elevated levels of radiation caused by the meltdowns in Japan have been detected in drinking water across the United States, in rainwater, in soil, and in food grown on U.S. farms.
The below video
presents an early warning of what the Japanese and perhaps people
all over the northern hemisphere and eventually the south will have
to deal with.
Highly toxic radioactive iodine, cesium, strontium, plutonium and other toxic man-made radionuclides have leaked unabated since March 12 into the ocean and atmosphere.
The radiation is contaminating
large areas of Japan. Monitoring the ocean around the Fukushima
Greenpeace reported on May 26 that the contamination is
spreading over a wide area and accumulating in sea life, rather than
simply dispersing like the Japanese authorities claimed would
It took less than a month for radioactive iodine
and cesium from the Fukushima nuclear accident to first show up in
U.S. milk, and it continues to be detected in trace amounts in milk
produced in California, one of the only states conducting any kind
of testing for radiation in food.
Since the initial weeks of the accident, there has been a disturbing silence. Fukushima has faded from the news even though the site has not become any less dangerous. And the site is unprepared for another earthquake or tsunami, and unprepared for any typhoon activity.
In the 53 years from 1951 to 2004, Japan averaged 2.6 typhoons making landfall each year.
The place is a danger to us all.
All radioactive exposures are cumulative
People on the west coast of the United States and Canada, Hawaii and Alaska are bearing some of the worst of the radiation and people are not taking evasive action.
Gunderson said in an exclusive interview with Chris Martenson that,
He is speaking about further worst-case scenarios saying,
Radioactivity is all over the Northern
The Japanese are not buying the spin about the dangers of the radiation that continue to flood Japan.
A poll showed in early June that more than 80 percent of Japanese voters do not trust government information about the country’s nuclear crisis.
If you feel like your life and your children’s lives are expendable
then there is no need to pay attention to what is going on - no need
to take evasive medical action and no reason to read my upcoming
book Nuclear Toxicity Syndrome.
In dramatic contrast, the Fukushima Daiichi
disaster immediately involved six reactors and
Atomic Energy Agency, a UN Agency) documented 2,800 Tons of highly
radioactive old reactor cores.
Some are calculating that this all adds up to three thousand billion (3,000,000,000,000) Lethal Doses of Radiation means there are 429 Lethal Doses chasing each and every one of us on the planet, to put it in a nutshell.