from IMVA Website
Wishful thinking is allowed in Japan for
it’s about the only thing that will stand up to the radiation that
continues to pile up in the northern reaches of that country
The unease is especially strong in areas in and around
mountains that must be repeatedly decontaminated, as
brings a new batch of radioactive substance-contaminated leaves and
soil washing down from the hills. Decontamination in this case is
futile - actually worse than futile if you think of the eventual
necessity to decontaminate the entire northern hemisphere.
The radioactive isotope, which has a
half-life of 29 years, can accumulate in the bones and cause bone
cancer and leukemia. In September officials in Yokohama said they
had detected 40,200 Becquerel’s of
radioactive cesium per kilogram
of sediment collected from a roadside ditch.
Researchers have found up to 6.15 million becquerels per square meter of soil in Fukushima city, 60 kilometers northwest of a nuclear power plant that has been leaking radioactive material into the environment since it was damaged in the earthquake and tsunami in the spring.
The measurement is four times higher than the levels that made
mandatory evacuation necessary in areas around Chernobyl, Ukraine
after the 1986 nuclear accident there.
The screenings began after a recent
unofficial survey reported that 10 out of 130 children evacuated
from Fukushima had hormonal and other irregularities in the thyroid
glands. Radiation fears are now a daily fact of life, with reported
cases of contaminated water, beef, vegetables, tea and seafood due
to the Fukushima crisis.
people are saying if you see “made in Fukushima” on a bag of rice,
steer well clear of it.
The Finnish nuclear consortium Fennovoima announced on October 5 that it will build a reactor, the first nuclear reactor site to be announced since the March nuclear plant disaster in Fukushima.
Perhaps they got excited about the recent news that the amount of
radiation being emitted from the complex has diminished by one-half
from a month ago. This news is not at all encouraging, for the
radiation levels were and still are incredibly high.
the operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant is struggling
to deal with hundreds of thousands of protective suits used by
workers during the crisis. It really is too bad that we have not
developed technologically enough to build star ships so we could
just unload these suits and millions of tons of contaminated soil
Chronic and persistent exposures need to be calculated in a very different mathematical way and this is just not what they are doing.
You can be sure that the numbers they choose will be presented in a non-alarming way for they cannot risk the citizens rising up with pitchforks in their hands. The real bottom line in this case is one of human action or inaction in terms of formulating appropriate medical treatments for our families.
To save face or to maintain cruel human farming techniques or for whatever reason you can think of - what the governments want is for their populations to remain calm and to minimize to the greatest extent possible truthful information that would lead citizens to take evasive actions of any type.
The medical industrial complex cannot have the populations
The number of people running around still thinking that everything is going to be just fine and that life is going to continue on the same comfortable course as it has these past decades is declining.
Many people, for many different reasons, have lost everything and it
is truly staggering to think about how much can be taken away from a
person or family in the blink of an eye. Radiation does not usually
smash us in the blink of an eye but
fetuses and very young infants
might tell a different story if they could communicate with us.
Their silence on the radiation
clouds from Fukushima is deafening. For those who would recover
their hearing, I have published two books since March 11th to help
people understand what we are facing and to teach what to do about
At this point that recommendation will stand for
the rest of everyone’s lives.
Someone should kick the DEA (and
everyone in the government who continues to favor the
criminalization of marijuana) in the teeth for continuing to deny
the public access to the safest and one of the most effective
medicines that exists for nuclear contamination.
No one is going to cry
when the already
bankrupt federal government falls into the
graveyard of history, though the tears will be endless in terms the
pain and suffering it has and will cause.