Want good pictures of Fukushima and willing to read through outright propaganda?
Read David Dixson's Fukushima, Radiation Health Effects, and Nuclear-Powered Space Exploration
This guy has the audacity to argue that the evacuation zone should have been smaller because more people died as a result of the evacuation than will die from radiation exposure!
The guy must have a crystal ball to tell him exactly how many people have died from Fukushima and will die in the future from its radiotoxic emissions.
What a cruel joke. What kind of a person is David Dixson?
Ingesting radioisotopes is very bad for your body. People in Japan and elsewhere who ingested and inhaled radioiostopes, such as radiocesium, radioiodine, uranium, among others, are at increased risks for a range of diseases, not simply cancer.
Moreover, their children and grandchildren may suffer from genomic instability and experience radiation sensitivity, meaning they are more vulnerable to genomic instability because of susceptibilities caused by radiation's direct and indirect effects to their germline cells.
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