Analyst: Fukushima will have devastating long term health effects — It is up to us not to accept lies minimizing radiation’s impact (VIDEO)

Published: June 8th, 2012 at 4:33 pm ET
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Warren Pollock
June 8, 2012

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[The Fukushima issue] will be minimized by the press… it’s something that is going to have devastating long term health effects. It is up to us not to accept these lies.

Published: June 8th, 2012 at 4:33 pm ET
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47 comments to Analyst: Fukushima will have devastating long term health effects — It is up to us not to accept lies minimizing radiation’s impact (VIDEO)

  • Max1 Max1

    My newest retort to a pro-nucker is:

    "What is in it for you to convince me that more poison and toxic radiation is to NOT be concerned about?"

    Once they've poisoned the water…
    … What will be left to drink but hemlock?


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  • It's obvious the press is not doing what they should be doing.

    If they can't report a global nuclear disaster, then I do wonder what else they're not reporting.

    Why even have a press?

    I'll tell you why. It's because we need to know why the females of our monkey-like species are not bulging in the right places:

    Do powerful women need to tame their unsightly bulges?
    By Orit Avishai, Special to CNN
    updated 12:24 PM EDT, Fri June 8, 2012
    http://www.cnn.com/2012/06/08/opinion/avishai-spanx-women/index.html?hpt=hp_abar

    [and this is called BREAKING NEWS on CNN, believe it or not]


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    • What-About-The-Kids

      I for one am completely disgusted and offended at such tripe. I thought we were evolving, not devolving. With articles like this on MSM "respected" news outlets like CNN, perhaps I was mistaken… :-(


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    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

      had to login, just to praise that ingenious "…bulging in the right places". I rolling over here! Keep up the brilliant posts…


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      • What-About-The-Kids

        LOL

        I too would be rolling over, Aftershock, if it weren't for those darned "bulges in all the wrong places" getting in the way! ;-D LOL


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        • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

          Hope all is well with you and yours WATK. Today was a good day for me, as one of my designs tested perfectly at a client's facility. Now, it's off to the bean counters for production costing. I'm burnt-out from the combination of running around and all the nail-biting. I'll be jump'n out of here to do some other project work. No rest for the wicked. Love you and stay safe…


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          • Now I'm LOL just because you guys are LOL.

            Congrats on the project Aftershock.

            Speaking of bulges, my wife is home soon so have to get the house in order ….

            Duck and cover.
            Drop and roll.

            Oh forget it, just sit here and die like everyone else.

            I get the same feeling I had when I read this book:

            (I'm assuming Sealand in that book might be New Zealand, or maybe I'm wrong…):
            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Chrysalids

            but, you'd have to add in:

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nineteen_Eighty-Four

            to cover the government and press.


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            • What-About-The-Kids

              LOL, PU.

              I hope your wife either:

              1) doesn't read that last comment

              or:

              2) has a really good sense of humor. ;-)

              I'm sure by now you know this, and she'd know it was meant with loving humor, or you wouldn't have dared to make that little joke…right? ;-)


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          • What-About-The-Kids

            Wonderful to hear, Aftershock! Congratulations! :-) What kind of design work do you do?

            Give yourself a much-deserved pat on the back and treat yourself and a loved one to a (non-irradiated) special dinner.

            Take care and much love.


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  • matina matina

    the problem with mainstream press is that they alway write to their own favour and their own considerations and their own self-interests. we should not allow them the space of selling their lies as cynical deeper truth. at this critical juncture, we desperately need a few courageous leaders stimulating people around the planet with the passion necessary to create a safer more rewarding future of all


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  • Research on radiation effects on biological beings abounds So does citizen rad monitoring and care taken to share mitigation protocols
    http://realitycheck.no-ip.info/forum/index.php/board,24.0.html

    Fukushima fallout forecasts for friends and loved ones
    http://realitycheck.no-ip.info/nnn.html

    Knowledge is power. There are many needing to be knowing
    http://m.usa.gov/usa/Contact/Elected


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  • Anyone have the start of the current steam event for the tepco cam…

    It looks alarming right now. So I thought I'd ask to see if anyone had the links for the duration of the current event…

    Its not looking to good in fuku town…


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    • Sickputer

      Thanks for the headsup TG. This must be about the 5th or 6th episode of total hydrovolcanic coverage of the buildings. I'm beginning to lose count. The folks in Tokyo are going to get socked good in the next two days.

      The jet stream out of Japan is about 93 knots… That puts the hotter emissions that rise to the jetstream reaching the west coast Tuesday afternoon June 12:

      http://squall.sfsu.edu/gif/jetstream_norhem_00.gif


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  • nedlifromvermont

    Little by little … rad by stinking rad … the truth is seeping out.

    Time does not favor Big Nuclear, as prices for alternatives fall, and the price of nuclear rises inexorably, both in crisis mode and when merely suffering cost overruns.

    Only feckless governments in denial of fact support this monster. BIG NUCLEAR'S TIME IS PAST. It will be buried under its own lies and deceit. It's not new anymore. We should call it "oldclear."

    Carry on with your lives as if it matters, and let the truth unfold. Hold strong and believe in what you know to be truth.

    Gofman warned us: "Big Nuclear is random, premeditated, mass murder," nothing less. Big Morgan money is tied up in Big Nuke, and many others. We can offer limited hold harmless clauses to corporate criminals who come clean now.

    The government will eventually have to step in and clean up. It appears Big Nuclear cannot be trusted to do the right thing.

    Words matter. Fight against Big Nuke's attempt to "tyrannize the mind of man …"

    Peace to all the 'newsers.


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    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

      "Hold strong and believe in what you know to be truth." says it all. Thanks nedlifromvermont…


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    • WindorSolarPlease

      Hi nedlifromvermont

      Would love to see Nuclear Power buried, gone out of sight. The question is, will we be buried first?


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    • What-About-The-Kids

      Well said, Nedli. Peace to you as well.

      BTW: Did you see my response to your comment elsewhere about possibly developing some property to help evacuate some of the Japanese families in harm's way? I love the idea! Let us know how we can help. :-)


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  • Death is a devastating long term health effect


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    The world will continue to be effected by the daiichi plant catastrophe because nuclear meltdowns are beyond man's control.


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  • GreenBay

    I live in Vancouver, BC – on the direct jet stream pass from Fukushima. From the first week of the disaster it was obvious that radiation will effect North America…

    I duck taped windows in my house and took my family to another side of the globe for a month, but then we had to come back…

    I made an extensive research for a possible location to move away from the West Coast, but still cannot find a safe place we could relocate to…
    Australia was also affected by Fukushima radiation as well as previous multiple nuclear testing in 1950-60 and open field uranium mining. Radioactive dust was blown all over continent and dispersed radiation even over New Zealand

    South America is a big question…but probably the only place to escape when pool#4 collapses…

    I stocked pre-Fukushima canned food and supplements and try to feed my family with fruits from Chile and Argentina, and grow some greens inside my home, buy spring water from Alberta , and other food from places, I think, less effected by radiation. Even though I am not sure about other chemicals they may contain…

    I keep my kids inside and run HEPA filter at home.

    I give them Chlorella, Nascent iodine, Multivitamins, Miso, Rosemary, Wheat grass juice, Selenium, vit D, Bentonit clay from time to time and a few other things.

    I know many people will think it is extreme, but I know what is going on in Chernobyl and what to expect in the near future in the North America …


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    • Thanks for your comment GreenBay

      I'm curious about your knowledge of Chernobyl.

      Is it from the literature or do you have contacts there?

      I think that experience is our best parallel for what to expect but the literature is limited and the disaster was far smaller.

      The best source I know is;
      Yablokov, Alexey, Vassily B. Nesterenko, Alexey V. Nesterenko, and Janette D. Sherman-Nevinger Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for the People and the Environment. New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1141, 2009. http://www.strahlentelex.de/Yablokov%20Chernobyl%20book.pdf.

      Do you have other suggestions?

      thanks


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  • GreenBay

    Hi Majia,

    Thanks for your respond. I like your blog and read it regularly.

    I am originally from Russia, and I have a medical background, and my knowledge about Chernobyl comes from different sources (including Russian medical publications)

    I am familiar with the book you referring to, and I agree it gives a very good idea about consequences of the radiation on people. Considering that the current incident is much more severe and ongoing can show what we should expect in shorter period of time with greater impact on population (especially children)


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    • GreenBay

      One area of research that I have yet to find concerns the immediate effects of the fallout.

      It is hard to know what symptoms are from the fallout and what are from other "normal" ailments.

      It seems critical to differentiate in order to know how badly one is being impacted…

      Have you suggestions on where to look for information on immediate non-acute exposure effects of fallout?

      I've already looked at symptoms of radiation therapy experienced by cancer patients.

      Thank you


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    • What-About-The-Kids

      Здравствуйте, Greenbay! Welcome! I am so glad you are here, as your firsthand knowledge of Chernobyl and its devastating consequences is so important to helping others here understand just how serious the Fukushima catastrophe and its impacts are and will continue to be.

      I look forward to reading more of your posts. Cheers!


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  • More good news:

    Earth near point of no return, scientists warn

    Effects of civilization on planet threaten collapse of ecosystems in 50 years – with no going back

    [By Randy Shore, Vancouver Sun; With Files From Postmedia News June 7, 2012]

    Read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/technology/Earth+near+point+return+scientists+warn/6743401/story.html#ixzz1xFfcN5CZ
    http://www.vancouversun.com/technology/Earth+near+point+return+scientists+warn/6743401/story.html


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  • Helen Caldicott tackles the latest WHO report

    The Fukushima Battleground Over Science
    By Aron Lamm
    [Epoch Times Staff-Created: June 8, 2012Last Updated: June 8, 2012]
    http://www.theepochtimes.com/n2/world/the-fukushima-battleground-over-science-249033.html

    "She says there are studies showing that all radiation exposure is harmful since the effect is cumulative. Moreover, she says, “New data is now showing that very low doses of radiation may be more dangerous … than originally estimated.”


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  • ML

    The metaphor of radioactive material placed in the middle of a field haunts me. What I was told happens is that in 5 years an area several yards around the radioactive material is dead, and in 10 years the entire field is dead. So it is a matter of time with ongoing exposure. Of course higher amounts of radiation would have a greater and quicker effect.
    I am coming to understand that ionizing radiation affects living organisms acting as an oxidative stress. Humans, being complex life forms will express the oxidative stress in different manners, making it difficult to draw a conclusion of a common causative force. Thus the pro-nuclear advocates ride the wave of confusion and taunt anyone who tries to conclude a relationship of a variety of ailments to the ionizing man made radiation we have been repeatedly exposed to since the 1940s due to fallout. And the ionizing man-made radioactive fallout isn't uniformly distributed. And some people lead healthier lifestyles (i.e., more antioxidant intake, and less contaminated foods) so not all are equally affected.


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  • Jebus Jebus

    To the people of Japan, your government thinks that you do not understand nuclear power, not then,

    'No Japan without nuclear energy'

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPMQV5NzbTs

    and not now,

    Japan restarts two nuclear reactors

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=yF-RHwI11Zo

    They think that you are incapable of determining your own destiny.

    Show them that they are wrong!


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  • Karlin

    Yes, this is what the mainstream media is doing to us – forget the problems, focus on your little personal issues like "are my bulges big enough?"

    I am so dissapointed to see teenaged girls still putting on the slutty looks, as if the boys need to validate the girls… and their parents saying "oh ya, thats the way it has allways been, la la la"…

    "Gee, we have this gift of consciousness, but I just want to have fun, no problems please, lead in lipstick, radiation in the air, food is all sweet with HFCS,off to our graves now…"


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  • @ Karlin
    June 9, 2012 at 8:11 pm
    Yes, off to our graves now on the trott:
    See Health Effects of Nuclear Power even during Normal Operations at:
    http://isisunveiledhenp.blogspot.in/2010/07/health-effects-of-nuclear-power-during.html
    The 400 nukes have committed for 100 years 500000 Bhopals of deaths at 2043 immediate deaths after the Bhopal accident. Or one billion cancer deaths in 100 years. This is because of the 300 year lethal effect of Cs 137 with a half life of 30 years.
    Off to our graves on the trott.


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