Saturday, July 30, 2011

On Fog, Fire, and Steam at Fukushima

Over the last 4 months I've posted links to YouTube videos showing major releases of steam and maybe smoke from Fukushima. E.G.

I want to emphasize these events depicted are not of "fog."

Fog does not rise up in columns from buildings moving vertically into the air before spreading. Fog doesn't have profound heat signatures.

Additionally, many nuclear authorities including Dr. Kaku, Arnie Gunderson, and radiation scientists in Japan, confirm that Fukushima is emitting radioactive steam, everyday, continuously...

Based on the high levels of Iodine-131 found at the plant, it is believed that nuclear criticalities continue to occur and their radioactive byproducts are dispersed throughout Japan and, to a lesser extent, the rest of the world by weather patterns.

The radiation readings I've been posting every day from radnet are for the most part quite elevated by Fukushima radiation.

We are all being slowly poisoned.

Many people want to believe that their government will warn them of, protect them from, danger.

Unfortunately, that belief is simply false.

Although governments may be willing to warn publics of some sorts of threats (e.g., "terrorism"), radiation is NOT one of them.

There now exists over 60 years of evidence of government cover-ups of radiation contamination. In the U.S. the government has lied about the existence and scope of perhaps ALL planned and unplanned radiation releases.

Here are some links to substantiate my claim

Experimenting on the Global Population Nuclear Power and the Nuremberg Code By STEVE BREYMAN

Cesium and the alarm bells that never rang

Startling Revelations about Three Mile Island Disaster Raise Doubts Over Nuke Safety: A growing body of personal and scientific evidence contradicts the official story that the accident posed no threat to the public.

"Another Kind of Fukushima?" Asks Whistleblower Robert Gilkeson

75 percent of nuke sites have leaked tritium

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