Natural News just published an article about the continuing pollution of the Pacific Ocean by the Fukushima power plant. More marine animals are washing up on the California coast and, instead of investigating how much radioactive material is in the ocean and in the marine life (seals, dolphins and even whales), scientists are pulling out the old “global warming” tiresome excuse. Why do you think that is? Because if they became serious about it, then they would have to acknowledge that our ocean is polluted with radiation and so is the fish we consume.
Well known anti-nuclear doctor, Helen Caldicott, had this to say: “Every day, four hundred tons of highly radioactive water pours into the Pacific and heads towards the U.S.,” renowned physician and anti-nuclear advocate Helen Caldicott warned in September 2014. “Because the radiation accumulates in fish, we get that too. The U.S. government is not testing the water, not testing the fish, and not testing the ambient air. Also, people in Japan are eating radiation every day.” Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/050844_Fukushima_radiation_marine_life.html#ixzz3jI5kRl38
Four hundred tons over how many years since this all began? Since 2011. The Pacific Ocean covers one-third of the planet. That’s a lot of area. We don’t hear anything about it because main stream media has swept it under the rug, as if it is going to go away if no one looks at it. So how many marine animals have washed up on the California coast? Thousands. I guess people are going to wait till they have serious radioactive poisoning and have tumors all over their body or there are more cancer cases (particularly thyroid cancer because radiation loves to make its home there!) or start glowing in the dark before the light bulb goes on and they realize death is at the door.
And those scientists who are stumped by the large quantities of deaths of marine life and wonder why the ocean seems to be warmer might ask themselves if the massive amount of radiation that has been flooding the Pacific Ocean might be making things nice and warm and cozy out there, while also killing the animals at the same time.
I think radiation is far more dangerous for the planet than whether or not one is leaving a “carbon footprint” by not unplugging electrical items used in one’s home.
We are also not hearing how many incidents of thyroid cancer are occurring in Japanese children anymore. There is a media blackout on that, too. And we don’t know how many of us having been breathing in contaminated air, as well. I am sure there will be more on this in the future.