“No cause for concern” … nothing to see here. Do you really believe that? Read the info at the links.
This video & info was produced by Fukushima Exposed. I posted it in May 2017 and until recently it has had few views, not surprising for anything Fukushima related because as mainstream would have you believe it’s all good. Very recently the article has come under the spotlight with 178K shares in the past week, and with that the pointing out by a few that the image doesn’t match the article. OK, I’ve searched & found the true reflection of radiation (from NOAA also) reposted at climateviewer.com with relevant info.
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According to the report of Canadian researchers in the Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences, it took approximately 2.1 years for cesium-134 and cesium-137 from the Fukushima disaster to navigate across the Pacific Ocean and bombard the West Coast. During that time, a spike in beached marine life began to infest California’s shores. Meanwhile, the mainstream media’s coverage of the disaster fell virtually silent, claiming radiation levels did not pose a threat to public health.
Fukushima “fingerprint” Radioactive isotopes found in Canadian salmon from 2015.
Castanet News: Fukushima Radiation Discovered in Okanogan Lake
British Columbia, Canada.
“Colossal Pacific Salmon Run Reduced to Rubble”,
British Columbia Canada:
Seward City News:
What happened to all the pink salmon?
Prince William Sound, Kodiak, Cook Inlet, and Chignik.
5 Billion Bq of Strontium-90 flows to the sea every single day.
*Strontium Mimics Calcium.
*Cesium Mimics Potassium.
*Plutonium Mimics Iron.
*Iodine Mimics Iodine.
Oceanic dispersion of Fukushima-derived radioactive cesium: A review.
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Header Photo Credit: NOAA
And, from zerohedge.com
“What was the most dangerous nuclear disaster in world history? Most people would say the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in Ukraine, but they’d be wrong. In 2011, an earthquake, believed to be an aftershock of the 2010 earthquake in Chile, created a tsunami that caused a meltdown at the TEPCO nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan. Three nuclear reactors melted down and what happened next was the largest release of radiation into the water in the history of the world. Over the next three months, radioactive chemicals, some in even greater quantities than Chernobyl, leaked into the Pacific Ocean. However, the numbers may actually be much higher as Japanese official estimates have been proven by several scientists to be flawed in recent years.”