Everyone on Earth has been irradiated by Fukushima — “Shocking new study reveals true extent of global impact” — “Scientists are only just now confirming far-reaching effects” of nuclear disaster

Published: May 8th, 2017 at 6:54 am ET


New Scientist, May 5, 2017 (emphasis added): Fukushima accident gave everyone an X-ray’s worth of radiation — “We don’t need to worry,” says Nikolaos Evangeliou at the Norwegian Institute for Air Research, whose team has conducted the first global survey of radiation exposure caused by the meltdown of three nuclear reactors at the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear plant… Evangeliou’s team has calculated the approximate exposure of everyone on Earth to two radioactive isotopes of caesium… He has estimated the dose that most individuals received to be 0.1 millisievert. “What I found was that we got one extra X-ray each,” says Evangeliou… But Evangeliou says that the effects on wildlife around the plant might be more severe. Already, he says, increased levels of radiation around Fukushima have been linked to declines in bird populations there between 2011 and 2014. “There have also been reports of declines in other species such as insects and some mammals,” he says…

Daily Star, May 7, 2017: Global cancer fears as it’s revealed WHOLE WORLD got nuclear radiation blast; EVERYBODY on Earth was dealt a dose of radiation by the Fukushima triple nuclear meltdown, a shock new study has revealed… And the plant continues to release radiation to this day, despite efforts to contain the leaking. Now a study from the Norwegian Institute for Air Research has revealed the true extent of the global impact. Lead author Nikolaos Evangeliou told New Scientist magazine: “What I found was that we got one extra X-ray each.” According to the NHS website, people exposed to X-rays face the risk of developing cancer “many years or decades later.”… Most people got 0.1 millisievert of extra radiation from the Fukushima disaster

BGR, May 7, 2017: Japan’s nuclear disaster gave everyone on Earth extra radiation — It’s been over half a decade… but scientists are only just now confirming its far-reaching effects… each human on the planet received roughly 0.1 millisievert…

Evangeliou et al. (pdf), European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2017: Global transport of Fukushima-derived radionuclides from Japan to Asia, North America and Europe. Estimated doses and expected health effects… A large number of fission products were released and transported worldwide. We estimate that around 23% of the released 137Cs remained into Japan, while 76% deposited in the oceans. Around 163 TBq deposited over North America, among which 95 TBq over USA, 40 TBq over Canada… About 14 TBq deposited over Europe… and 47 TBq over Asia… 69 TBq deposited in the Arctic, as well. An attempt to assess exposure of the population and the environment showed that the effective dose from gamma irradiation during the first 3 months… in the rest of the world it was less than 0.1 mSv. Such doses are equivalent with the obtained dose from a simple X-ray… However, monitoring data have shown that much higher dose rates were committed to organisms raising ecological risk for small mammals and reptiles in terms of cytogenetic damage and reproduction.

See also: UCLA Researchers: Fukushima “not only affecting that local area, but also worldwide” — Gov’t Expert: “Immediately the Iodine-131 plume moved eastward reaching US West Coast [then] covering entire northern hemisphere… Significant concern on the safety of the population and environment worldwide” (VIDEO)

Published: May 8th, 2017 at 6:54 am ET


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251 comments to Everyone on Earth has been irradiated by Fukushima — “Shocking new study reveals true extent of global impact” — “Scientists are only just now confirming far-reaching effects” of nuclear disaster

  • A small but dedicated group of people from various countries around the world have been saying this since 311 while the nuclear industry, media, and gov "officials" have attempted to sweep this news (and us) under the rug.

    Talk about fake news, disinformation and propaganda – nuclear pushers take the cake.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    It's early..
    So I'm going to take it slow.
    When was this exposure to x-ray photons?
    During the original explosions??
    During the gamma rays?

    “Are you sitting down”? Gamma rays seen in Fukushima footage — Appearing as out-of-focus streaks and flashes (VIDEO)
    Jan 24 2012


    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

      GlobaltransportofFukushima-derivedradionuclidesfromJapantoAsia, NorthAmericaandEurope.Estimateddosesandexpectedhealtheffects


      Which means ..CONTINUOUS EXPOSURE

  • Yourmomma

    Hi, I'm just chipping in to remind everybody that nobody has been killed, harmed or in any way affected by radiation from the Fukushima nuclear accident.

    If somebody could provide a name of one person, anybody, who has, I'd be very impressed. So would the Japanese government, the United Nations, Oxford University, not to mention Wikipedia.

    Have a nice day.

    • Uhm, can you support your opinion with any fact based evidence?

      No, you can not and,in fact, we already have seen reports of people who have died as a result of exposure to TEPCO Fukushima radiation.

      Let's begin with all the babies who were terminated before birth due to malformation in the womb post 311… and all those who succumbed to rare and aggressive cancers, and the sudden death heart failure victims…

      Take your unscientific and unproven opinion away. Even low level radiation exposure is proven to bring on premature death. That's a fact.

    • It's easy to claim no deaths have occurred due to Fukushima's radiation when agencies, governments, and industry suppress medical data.

      News media and medical professionals are gagged. Scientists and researchers are gagged.

      IAEA controls information flow at WHO. The UN enables nuclear industry perps.

    • jec jec

      Tell that to the sailors on the USS Reagan. NO damage? Heck..several have died, cancer, and birth defects. So who pays your paycheck Yourmomma? I dont include the birth defects in my children or family due to the exposures we all recieved thanks to testing which irradiated them in the USA…When you have had such an experience, then you can comment on this web with expertise.

    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

      Yourmama.. wants A to B.
      We aren't privy to the numbers of workers that have died.
      Hard to know the real numbers that would have been exposed had they not died in the tsunami.
      The true conditions around Fukushima Npp will never be known, do to the secrecy laws in Japan.
      Normalcy bias and aesthetics will buy a new face for the area no matter the exposure rates.

      Yourmama wants A -B..
      But what we are seeing is collapse of an ecosystem.
      Clutch your latte.

    • hbjon hbjon

      Real information has been replaced by the direct marketing networks designed to sell you more junk. They do not provide paradigm anomalies. However, punch in the key words "dead whales" into your direct marketing search engine (DMSE).

    • GOM GOM

      yo momma too..
      you have a nice day also, oh, and go fuck yourself..

    • RememberThis RememberThis

      Plant Manager Masao Yoshida, Sailors of the U.S.S Ronald Reagan.

      That is more than 1

      Take that to yourmomma……

    • ocifferdave

      Socref?! Hi. I missed our little game. Shall we begin?

    • eh socref, I have been harmed by Fukushima, felt like shit for a year after Fuku, about when the flies came back (radiation reduced) I started feeling better.

      so eff you

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      momma: "Hi, I'm just chipping in to remind everybody that nobody has been killed harmed or in any way affected by radiation from the Fukushima nuclear accident.
      If somebody could provide a name of one person, anybody, who has, I'd be very impressed. So would the Japanese government, the United Nations, Oxford University, not to mention Wikipedia.
      Have a nice day."

      "remind everybody"?

      Hm. Could be an anti-nuke too lazy to do their own assignment homework, hoping we'll all chime in with the facts. Who else would make a pro-nuke look so uninformed, misinformed, irrational and so full of disinformation? Oh, wait…

      Either way, here ya go: http://www.counterpunch.org/2016/03/22/fukushima-radiation-a-killer/

    • SadieDog

      One name? Lindsay Cooper. Want another?

      • SadieDog

        Several hundred American service personnel who say they became sick from radiation after participating in relief operations for the 2011 tsunami that set off the Fukushima nuclear disaster are now getting high-profile support in Japan.
        Junichiro Koizumi, prime minister from 2001 to 2006, told reporters yesterday he has set up a special fund to collect private donations for the former service members, with the goal of collecting USD1 million (100 million yen) by the end of next March, mainly to help with medical bills.

        Koizumi, 74, one of Japan’s most popular prime ministers in recent decades, was in San Diego in May to meet with 10 of the former service members, who have joined a class-action lawsuit against Tokyo Electric Power Co., or TEPCO, the utility that operates the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant.
        The lawsuit, filed in 2012, is ongoing, and a California judge has ruled it will proceed. More Navy personnel and Marines are joining the suit, now numbering about 400, according to Koizumi. Some 70,000 Americans took part in Operation Tomodachi, or Friend, flying in aid from an aircraft carrier and other warships off the coast of northeastern Japan.
        Since then, some servicemen and women have become sick with cancers, leukemia, thyroid ailments, brain tumors and other diseases and they blame radiation."


    • SadieDog

      Another death- "FUKUSHIMA, Japan — A worker hired to help bring the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant under control died suddenly, the third fatality reported among workers at the stricken plant since the March accident, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

      Plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) said it believed the death Thursday, like the previous two, had nothing to do with exposure to radiation in the plant. It also said the death did not result from overwork, though the company did not disclose the cause."


    • Here is proof and plenty of it.

      A lie is being perpetrated on the Internet that no significant radiation related fatalities have resulted from the ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe. Anyone using any semblance of logic will know that this is fantasy! The evidence is overwhelming and clear, that large numbers of people have died, and more will die in the future as a result of this ongoing nuclear catastrophe!

      Please use the reports on this page to counter the lie, and educate people. Everyone is welcome to copy and use any of the information on this page.


    • Jebus Jebus

      15 Fukushima Workers Have Cancer

      A new report out of TEPCO and the various parties involved in decommissioning documents that 15 workers from Fukushima Daiichi have developed cancer. These cancers are considered sufficiently linked to their work at the plant during the initial disaster and the subsequent effort to manage the site.

      8 workers have developed leukemia.
      5 workers have developed malignant lymphoma
      2 workers have multiple myeloma


    • Jebus Jebus

      Ten months after the earthquake and tsunami and the subsequent nuclear accident, perinatal mortality in 6 severely contaminated prefectures jumped up from January 2012 onward: jump odds ratio 1.156; 95% confidence interval (1.061, 1.259), P-value 0.0009. There were slight increases in areas with moderate levels of contamination and no increases in the rest of Japan. In severely contaminated areas, the increases of perinatal mortality 10 months after Fukushima were essentially independent of the numbers of dead and missing due to the earthquake and the tsunami. Perinatal mortality in areas contaminated with radioactive substances started to increase 10 months after the nuclear accident relative to the prevailing and stable secular downward trend. These results are consistent with findings in Europe after Chernobyl. Since observational studies as the one presented here may suggest but cannot prove causality because of unknown and uncontrolled factors or confounders, intensified research in various scientific disciplines is urgently needed to better qualify and quantify the association of natural and artificial environmental radiation with detrimental genetic health effects at the population level.


      Nuclear apologists murder babies…

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    "monitoring data have shown that much higher dose rates were committed to organisms raising ecological risk for small mammals and reptiles in terms of cytogenetic damage and reproduction."

    Risk to any creatures smaller..then a given?
    Risk to anything bigger DUE TO BIOACCUMULATION???

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    I see they have averaged how much they consider stayed in Japan and how much entered the ocean.
    Then NILU hands us some numbers concerning deposition.

    I learned something a while back.
    I learned that true exposure rates are to be secret.

    "Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments (special committee created by Executive Order of the President of the United States), 1994: The [Department of Defense] engaged in fallout data gathering. In the fall of 1954, the Armed Forces Special Weapons Project established a “Fall-out Study Group“… A December 16, 1954, memorandum from the chief of the Armed Forces Special Weapons Project stated… “The actual data obtained are SECRET and the sample collection should be discreetly handled.”… Another contemporary instance of selective disclosure of fallout-related research… is discussed in a February 1955 letter… Willard Libby, acting AEC chairman [reporting] on a proposed marine radiobiological survey in the Pacific… “The classification ‘Secret’ Defense Information has been assigned to the survey in order to avoid… unwarranted recrudescence [i.e. recurrence] of fears in Japan of radioactive contamination of fish… The fact of an oceanographic survey in the Pacific, however, is regarded as unclassified so long as purpose, content, and results are not revealed.”

  • nirakenna

    We all need a copy of radiation protective foods by Sara Shannon.

  • jec jec

    MATH Smoothing going on! 1 XRAY for each human! But one person in the west coast usa likely got close to a thyroid dose; for sure a dose for a fetus or infant! Just like the venting of nuclear reactors–they AVERAGE the venting amount across a large time frame..and post that result to keep the number low. Of course, if you are the unfortunate human or animal or plant in the flow of the venting, you can get dosed pretty good. But by math smoothing..those irritating bumps in the data go away. I picture the BUMPS as either cancer victims or graves.

  • earthsmith earthsmith

    Oh just one extra x-ray. Sweet Is that tax free?
    Don't worry about that single particle you may have inhaled or ingested.
    Lies…it's what I found.

  • Cooter

    This news release was presented to the Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Open Access and dated:

    Received: 24 August 2012 – Published in Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss.: 19 September 2012 Revised: 7 January 2013 – Accepted: 22 January 2013 – Published: 5 February 2013

    Published by Copernicus Publications on behalf of the European Geosciences Union.


    Why has it taken 4 years for the scientific community to inform the citizens of the world, of these findings? A classic case of nuclear
    scientists playing god.

  • Sol Man

    Do compute the fact that this is forever to continue and bioaccumulation of the isotopes. Here we all are with Life in the Glovebox.

  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

    China Nuclear Power Plant Incidents Highlight 'Systemic' Safety Concerns

    “A string of mishaps at Chinese nuclear power plants last year has raised concerns about the safety of the rapidly growing industry, especially given the country's overall industrial safety record, experts told RFA.

    “By 2020, China will be the second-biggest producer of nuclear power after France, with 35 generators currently in operation and 21 more in the pipeline.

    “But last October, the National Nuclear Safety Administration (CNNSA) made public 16 safety failures that occurred in China's nuclear plants in 2016, all involving mistakes made by staff members, official media reported.

    “A total of 16 errors and incidents took place at eight nuclear power stations, including Ningde, Yangjiang, Fangchenggang, and Tianwanhe, the Global Times newspaper, which has close ties to the ruling Chinese Communist Party, reported.

    “Six incidents involved staff members breaching operational guidelines, and four were caused by a lack of internal communication, it said.

    “More worryingly, six were caused by staff members "pressing the wrong buttons," the report said.

    “While none of the errors is believed to have resulted in leakage of radioactive material, nor posed any threat to the public, the report comes against the backdrop of a litany of industrial accidents and public health and safety disasters in recent years.

    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

      “Links to political culture

      “Experts say China's poor public safety record has roots that are system-wide and closely linked to the country's political culture, meaning that a more serious accident could happen in future.

      “In a commentary published in Communist Party mouthpiece the People's Daily on Nov. 14, Beijing University nuclear expert Wang Jing said that part of the problem stems from the fact that officials in the nuclear safety inspection department are lower in rank than the officials in the state-owned nuclear enterprises whom they are supposed to be inspecting.

      “Former nuclear power plant engineer Liang Taiping said the relatively high incidence of man-made incidents in China's nuclear industry is a product of the political system.

      "’The system that operates in China at the moment … has created a whole layer of trained technical staff who are under huge amounts of pressure,’ Liang said.

      "’[This means that] not many people want to train in the technical professions; they all want to be party officials, so accidents and malfunctions are more likely,’ he said.

      "’Also, the people who really get the work done are paid much less than the officials and managers who don't get things done,’ Liang said.

      "’I worked in that industry for seven years, and the front-line technicians worked incredibly hard, and they're very dissatisfied,’ he said.

      “Liang said China is only now beginning to emerge from a culture of absolute secrecy around its…

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

        nuclear power industry.

        "’All nuclear industry enterprises were designated secret … and so nobody would dare to speak freely or publicly about anything,’ Liang said.

        "’Nuclear power plants have a very high security clearance, and they have to go through a high-level vetting procedure annually,’ he said.

        “Transparency concerns

        “Jiang Ming, who has previous experience of China's nuclear industry, agreed that transparency is also an issue, as China has traditionally treated any information about its nuclear power stations as highly confidential.

        "’This sort of operation generally takes place behind closed doors, as far as the rest of the world is concerned,’ Jiang told RFA in a recent interview.

        "’The only reason the National Nuclear Safety Administration has published these figures is international pressure operating behind the scenes,’ Jiang said.

        "’And it's not just nuclear power plants; look at the [2015] Tianjin explosion, what a huge cover-up had gone on there.’

        "’Most people who understand safety and risk management would have known about this, but was it ever made public? That's just the way the system works.’

        “Jiang said managers and local leaders are likely to turn a blind eye when corners are cut, as long as the bottom line looks good.

        "’If they do take responsibility and start dealing with the issues, they just run into even bigger networks of vested interests,’ he said.

        • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

          “China has formal risk assessment and safety procedures to cover every possible incident or accident, he said.

          “But he said that the overall attitude to health and safety seems to be that such procedures are just for show; and that such laxity is commonplace across the entire workforce.

          "’These risk assessments and contingency plans are formed according to unified guidelines issued by the International Atomic Energy Agency,’ Jiang said.

          "’But I have been in Chinese companies where they are just things … that you stick on the wall.’

          “Offshore floating plant

          “The concerns come as China began building an offshore floating nuclear power plant destined for disputed waters in the South China Sea.

          “China has officially begun construction of its first offshore nuclear power plant, a demonstration project that will employ a homegrown small modular reactor, according to the industry website Power.

          “State-run China General Nuclear Power announced the project at a Nov. 4 news conference, calling it a ‘top priority’ for the company.

          “The plant is an integral part of China's ‘strong marine power strategy,’ and will power oilfield exploration operations in the Bohai Sea, as well as deep-water oil and gas development in the South China Sea, it said.

          "’An offshore small modular reactor adopting a decentralized energy system could be a good solution for providing a steady supply of energy on islands, in coastal or far offshore areas,’ the company said in a…

    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

      Tianjin explosion: Gigantic crater left by Chinese factory accident revealed

      Accident has cost nearly £1bn and killed 173 people
      “…illegal storage of 11,300 tonnes of hazardous chemicals. …”

      Tianjin Explosions Were Result of Mismanagement, China Finds
      FEB. 5, 2016

      China Jails 49 Over Deadly Tianjin Warehouse Explosions

      Has China failed to learn the lessons of deadly Tianjin explosions?

      One year since disaster that claimed 173 lives, restoration work is stalling, government transparency is lacking and a regulation on dangerous chemicals has been abandoned to cut red tape
      By Li Jing
      12 Aug 2016


    “Scientists are only just now confirming far-reaching effects of nuclear disaster"..

    One x-ray

    Declining "insects and some mammals,” he says…

    Imagine people reading this shit. There is little understanding regarding the absolute life threatening aspect of nuclear energy when it's performing as designed no less the horror of a accident that spews death in everything you breathe, eat, drink..

    In the air or mixed with the dust in the air.
    Dissolved in water.
    Mixed with soil on the ground through fertilizers and absorbed by plants that we may eat.
    By consumption of plants and animals that have become contaminated.

    The main entry pathways for materials contaminated with radioactive isotopes include the nose and mouth, around the eyes and any breaks or cuts in the skin.

    Once inside the body, the radioactive isotope will ionize the cells around it sometimes causing irreparable damage.

    An incomprehensible scale..

    How Radioactive Isotopes Track Biological Molecules – Video …
    Video for how fast do radioactive isotopes travel▶ 7:24



    When energy drinks contained real (radioactive) energy

    ..There was a time when energy drinks actually contained real energy. The active ingredient in these drinks was radium, a radioactive element that releases a packet of radiant energy with every atomic decay.

    One of these energy-containing products was RadiThor. This energy drink was simply radium dissolved in water. It was sold in the 1920s in one-ounce bottles costing about US$1 each ($15 in 2016 dollars).

    Its manufacturer claimed the drink not only provided energy but also cured a host of ailments, including impotence. Evidence for a sexual benefit to humans was lacking, but at least one scientific paper claimed that radium water could increase "the sexual passion of water newts."

    RadiThor's most famous customer was Eben Byers, a Pittsburgh industrialist …guess what happened..?


  • Isthmus

    Very good one GOM,,here"s another. Ketchup was originally sold as a vitamin health aid,but today it has too much sugar in it, and sugar is a preservative, so I ask how much preservative does your body need, or how much can it take, because too much sugar is a suicidal act on the body. The difference between ketchup and pizza sauce is less or no sugar in the sauce.

    • GOM GOM

      Heads Up Pet Owners..

      Irradiation Of Cat Food Causes Paralysis

      "Previously published data and strong circumstantial evidence in this outbreak suggest that single-dose gamma irradiation of dry pet food at high levels (>36.3 kGy) is associated with the development of leucoencephalopathy in cats. We suggest that food irradiated at high levels should not be fed to cats as it poses a significant risk of severe neurological disease.

      Includes..How consumption of irradiated food may cause neurological damage:


      • PavewayIII PavewayIII

        What the hell, GOM? My retirement plans relied heavily on a cat food diet. Now what am I suppose to do?

        36 kGy? Jesus – that's enough to make it glow. But that's only HALF of what hospitals use to steralize *their* cat-food:

        High Dose Applications (above 10 kGy)
        • Sterilization of packaged meat 25.00-70.00 kGy
        • Sterilization of hospital diets 25.00-70.00 kGy

        Feeling like some spicy non-cat-food?

        FDA approvals for food irradiation…
        Spices and dry vegetable seasoning, decontaminates and
        controls insects and microorganisms 30 kGy


        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          wow its Paveway! I wish you would hang out more often. …I can hardly believe it…

          • q Farthington MacMananus

            Hey Code, notice how this guy is also mentioning radurized crap?

            Btw, you should check into a mental ward for a "fun" experience.

          • PavewayIII PavewayIII

            I'm old and tired, Code. Same old broken record here. I'll be back when the first Chinese or Indian reactor goes up in smoke and they have to cover that up.

            Until then, I've been preoccupied with #OrovilleDam on Twitter. It was our (the U.S.) government's Fukushima test, and we failed miserably. I'm disheartened to know that the California Department of Water and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has eagerly picked up the TEPCO playbook and follow it to the letter. ANY nuke accident here will be mishandled the same as Fuku. Cal DWR are actually proud of their ability to spin their own ineptness and criminal negligence in maintaining the dam into the dirt.

    • GOM GOM

      Formation of furan from carbohydrates and ascorbic acid following exposure to ionizing radiation and thermal processing.

      This study was conducted to investigate the formation of furan from sugars, ascorbic acid, and organic acids as affected by ionizing radiation and thermal treatments.


      Furan..The toxicity of furan has been well documented.

      'Low levels of furan were induced by irradiation only in those fruits that had a high amount of simple sugars' ..

      All fruits have simple sugars.



      This info is extremely downplayed by the industry government types. Another method of soft-kill project..


    If your not sick now, you will be after reading this..

    Dr. Mercola sounds the alarm in this vital expose.

    "After nuclear disasters like the Fukushima meltdown in Japan, radiation poisoning to food is one of the primary health concerns. So how is it that food processors can expose your food to radiation on purpose, in the name of food safety"? .. You Go Dr M!

    Irradiated herbs, seasonings and spices are exposed to HALF A BILLION chest X-ray's worth of gamma radiation. This information is clearly publicized by the USDA and FDA.

    The FDA presently supports the use of Cobalt-60 culled from nuclear reactors on all domestically produced conventional food.

    The level of gamma-radiation used starts at 1 KiloGray — equivalent to 16,700,000 chest x-rays — and goes all the way up to 30KiloGray (500,000,000 chest x-rays or 10,000 times a human lethal dose).


    • pure water

      Our food, water and remedies are vital. Corporations care for profits, and if we care for our health, it is better to find some small producer locally, or grow and prepare our own. I do it.


    Who the hell talks like this?

    'In Japan, sake treated with radiation is apparently appreciated'..

    The effects are dose dependent. The doses used for preservation and sterilization are adapted to their purpose. The scale of these doses is of course not the same as those applied to humans. For example, we take as low a dose of 50 to 100 grays (Gy), whereas such a dose is considered high in the case of radiotherapy of a cancer tumor and would be lethal if applied non-locally to the whole body..



  • razzz razzz

    It is always interesting how nuclear apologists delight in hiding behind the definition of death by radioactivity. It is as if radiation poisoning causes a natural death, never to be defined as death by being irradiated.

    I would like to read the nuclear apologist's definition of death by radiation poisoning. The threshold is probably set so high that even complete hemorrhaging would only be attributed to organ(s) failure. Never mind radioactive victims are buried in lead lined coffins like nuclear waste.

    Ask a nuclear apologist about liabilities of nuclear fallout and they suddenly play stupid or turn ignorant. Pressed further on the costs of nuclear power versus benefits and nuclear apologists disappear or morph into babbling idiots while everything around them is dying off including companies that build nuclear reactors.

    • razzz razzz

      Sounds familiar like the nuke industry and their hired think tanks exposed by wikileaks.

      'Monsanto accused of hiring army of trolls to silence online dissent – court paper'

      "…The plaintiffs alleged that Monsanto targeted all online materials and even social media comments that indicate potential dangers of its products, according to one document released late in April.

      “Monsanto even started the aptly-named ‘Let Nothing Go’ program to leave nothing, not even Facebook comments, unanswered; through a series of third parties, it employs individuals who appear to have no connection to the industry, who in turn post positive comments on news articles and Facebook posts, defending Monsanto, its chemicals, and GMOs,” the document reads.

      On a larger scale, Monsanto allegedly “quietly funnels money to ‘think tanks’ such as the ‘Genetic Literacy Project’ and the ‘American Council on Science and Health”– organizations intended to shame scientists and highlight information helpful to Monsanto and other chemical producers,” according to the plaintiffs.

      The accusations are backed by a batch of emails, used in court as evidence, which were written by some Monsanto executives, instructing the staff to “ghost-write” articles and then have some “independent scientists” just sign their names under the “study” in order to reduce costs…"

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    They want you to think the Fukushima nuclear disaster is over. But it’s still with us
    May 8 2017

    "Over the past six years, starting just two weeks after the beginning of this nuclear disaster, Greenpeace conducted radiation surveys in the contaminated region. The latest survey gathered data in and around selected houses in Iitate village, located 30-50 km from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant [1]. In some homes, residents would receive a radiation dose equivalent to getting a chest x-ray every week. And that’s assuming they stay in the limited decontaminated areas, as 76% of the total area of Iitate has not been touched and remains highly contaminated."


    Everyone got an x-ray dose.
    It sounds so 'equal opportunity' doesn't it?

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose


  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Yet the UN shill is convinced that Fukushima food is safe.
    What convinced him.. the industry ..money??

    U.N. food agency ‘convinced’ that Fukushima food is safe to eat

    May 8 2017


  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    "Working with the IAEA is the World Health Organization. WHO was captured on issues of radioactivity and nuclear power early on by IAEA. In 1959, the IAEA and WHO, also established by the UN, entered into an agreement—that continues to this day—providing that IAEA and WHO “act in close co-operation with each other” and “whenever either organization proposes to initiate a program or activity on a subject in which the other organization has or may have a substantial interest, the first party shall consult the other with a view to adjusting the matter by mutual agreement.”
    The IAEA-WHO deal has meant that “WHO cannot undertake any research, cannot disseminate any information, cannot come to the assistance of any population without the prior approval of the IAEA…WHO, in practice, in reality, is subservient to the IAEA within the United Nations family,” explained Alison Katz who for 18 years worked for WHO, on Libbe HaLevy’s “Nuclear Hotseat” podcast last year."

    The Giant Lie About Fukushima
    March 13 2016


  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    Nuclear: We don't know where the three missing Fukushima reactor cores are, but be assured, they aren't harming anyone/thing and wherever they are, they're in cold-shutdown. This may even be them: https://i2.wp.com/topfoodfacts.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Banana_Tree.jpg
    See? Good for you.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Radioactive particles are not spread evenly. Even if the total radiation released does equal one x-ray for everyone. Probably a numbers game to minimize the danger in people's minds.

    What if instead of 1 x-ray each, 19 people out of 20 received none and the 20th person got 20 x-rays. That averages out to 1 x-ray each.

    If they try to say those numbers are set in stone, well, what about people who stayed inside? Those people still get an x-ray? Ok, so the people who went outside must have gotten more than one, logically.

    and of course as others mentioned, internal hot particle means you inhaled an x-ray machine with the power on and stuck on zap. zap zap zap forever.

    What about bio-accumulation? Eat the wrong fish, get a hot particle lodged inside you, get a few x-rays at the doctor's office, drive across the country behind a truck hauling radioactive waste, live next to a nuclear plant, fly every once in a while, and don't forget to put on sunscreen that sun is the worst of all except for a banana. God knows if you eat that banana it may put you over the tipping point…

    Just say when. Fill 'er up! Just say when.

    Of course you don't get to say when. http://enenews.com/nuclear-plant-workers-developed-cancer-despite-radiation-exposure-below-legal-limit-as-little-as-5-millisieverts

  • Ya know if we don't fix this, who will be around to…

    Bad news into good news?




    • Isthmus

      Hippie Big Dog It"s all about, how will the human gene pool survive ? It has to be something that can survive the rigor"s of radiation , Bigfoot would probably qualify, but do they still exist ? I hear of sightings by loggers here in Oregon, numerous, but they won"t say anything because they know what happened when the environmentalist"s went screaming meme about the spotted owl habitat in the forest.

      • I'm thinking it's about creation or destruction…

        Creation makes ya happy, destruction does not… Eh??

        …or maybe I'm wrong???


        • Isthmus

          Hippie Dog Your right about creation makes us happy, cause that's us creating our survival for tomorrows, but we're on the top end of the scale, their are those that would think they are helping you by stabbing you in the back, for them destruction makes them happy . Me, I wish I could go back to my time on the playground in first grade when I was watching the girls swinging on the little high bars, Now that"s creation, we were much more spiritual then than when we became teenagers entering the seriousness of adults. The children could teach the adults, ya think.

  • Some of you know RadChick? She is cool. And getting some awesome anti-nuke exposure.


  • Jebus Jebus

    February 20, 2017

    Fukushima: a Lurking Global Catastrophe?

    According to a recent article, “Potential Global Catastrophe of the Reactor No. 2 at Fukushima Daiichi,” d/d Feb. 11, 2017 by Dr. Shuzo Takemoto, professor, Department of Geophysics, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University: The Fukushima nuclear facility is a global threat on level of a major catastrophe.

    • Jebus Jebus

      Without question, an old saw – what goes around comes around – rings true when it comes to radiation, and it should admonish (but it doesn’t phase ‘em) strident nuclear proponents, claiming Fukushima is an example of how safe nuclear power is “because there are so few, if any, deaths” (not true). As Chernobyl clearly demonstrates: Over time, radiation cumulates in bodily organs. For a real life example of how radiation devastates human bodies, consider this fact: 453,391 children with bodies ravaged, none born at the time of the Chernobyl meltdown in 1986, today receive special healthcare because of Chernobyl radiation-related medical problems like cancer, digestive, respiratory, musculoskeletal, eye disease, blood disease, congenital malformation, and genetic abnormalities. Their parents were children in the Chernobyl zone in 1986 (Source: Chernobyl’s Legacy: Kids With Bodies Ravaged by Disaster, USA Today, April 17, 2016)


  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    It's really dangerous to have an industry in charge of itself that claims it's pollution and waste is harmless, when in fact, it's the deadliest substances known to man… and specially designed robots. Especially when they have a track record of lying, stealing and cheating to protect profits- on a global scale.

    I hope humanity comes to and remedies the situation before it's too late, if it isn't already… and even then, no matter what, we have to babysit and pay for the waste and contamination around the globe, forever.

    Multiple nuclear reactors could melt down, the cores could be expelled from containment, be unlocatable, contaminating the entire planet and oceans forevermore and the nuke industry would claim it was safe.


  • NoFixedID

    According to Idaho State University, receipt of 0.1 millisievert carries a 1-in-a-million risk of dying from cancer. There are 7.5 billion people in the world. So 7,500 people will die from cancer as a result of Fukushima. This is just from Cesium, and excludes the millions of people exposed to substantially higher doses.


    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Idaho State University needs to do some more data mining research.. 🙁

      Shame on them! Clueless says he!

      Radioactive radiation is the true cause of most cancer

    • NoFixedID

      Then again, a paper by Eugene Lin in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings states, ‘A widely used figure is a 5% excess risk of death from cancer with a 1 Sv (1000 mSv) dose’. It goes on to state, ‘Despite some controversy over the excess cancer risk of low-dose radiation, the linear no-threshold theory is widely used because an alternative method for assessing the potential risks of low-dose radiation is lacking.’ If we take the linear theory as valid, the 5% figure yields a death risk of 5 per million for a dose of 0.1 mSv, implying a global death toll of 37,500.

      If nothing else, the ‘everyone got an X-ray’ announcement gives lie to claim that the Fukushima disaster didn’t cost any lives.


      • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

        Specific subsets of patients may be at greater risk from radiation exposure, and radiation risk should be considered carefully in these patients.

        Because not all types of radiation produce the same biological effect, the dose equivalent is often used instead of the absorbed dose.

        … neutron irradiation and other confounding factors may explain the putative carcinogenic effect at low doses seen in atomic bomb survivors.

        It is imperative that all imaging tests, particularly those with potential patient harm, be performed only when indicated.

        A full discussion of radiation exposure in pregnancy is beyond the scope of this review, but the potential biological effects of in utero radiation include childhood cancer, prenatal death, intrauterine growth restriction, small head size, mental retardation, and organ malformation.

        Younger patients are at a substantially higher risk from radiation because they have more remaining years of life during which a radiation-induced cancer might develop. For example, Smith-Bindman et al2 estimate that, compared with a patient aged 40 years, the risk of cancer from a radiation imaging test is doubled for a patient aged 20 years and 50% lower for a patient aged 60 years.

        The projected risk for women undergoing studies that expose the chest are higher than in men because of the additional risk of breast cancer and high lung cancer risk coefficients.

        HHD: Does an x-ray fission and produce fallout? Bioaccumulate?

      • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

        NoFixedID- Thank you. I get your point, yes. The whole "x-ray" dose meme is a joke. An attempt by the nuke industry to downplay fallout and isotopes of Fukushima, which x-rays are absent of. There is no bioaccumulation from an x-ray, nor do you swallow, inhale or absorb isotopes, nor does it contaminate your food and water… and, frankly, the planet. But some of the quotes are worthy of notation. The author(s) clearly point out the difference in sources and their effects, by default. The nuke industry is hoping the general public is not educated or informed enough to question the quack medical procedures foisted upon the planet by Fukushima et al. They are hoping the peeps garner a new respect for the industry- much as they have for their medical doctors whom usually order x-rays. "Ask your reactor." I hope Code and others chime in on this atrocity…

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          Hi Hillbilly. Lots of good posts from you as usual.

          Well we have the ECRR which gives the ingested health effects of fallout as roughly 600 to 1000x what the ICRP dose model gives. Even the ICRP model gives a multiplier for ingestion and different organs that can boost toxicity quite a bit.

          So an x-ray becomes 1000 x-rays. Or for a hot particle, 10,000 x-rays, locally. Then the science doesnt even recognize non cancer effects or reduced quality of life.

          I didnt read the source so I dont know what time span gives the x-ray. But for every person, there is another animal and a thousand little insects getting x-rayed…so visualize the whole globe of earth getting constant x-rays…its a macabre joke. Shame shame shame on scientists.

          Then, as pointed out already, the fallout is not really diluted, either macroscopically or atomically. There is a big difference between, say, a suntan, or focusing the same amount of sun via a magnifying glass which would burn horribly.

          Sea foam can enrich ocean fallout 300x. Chitin bioaccumulation, Busby's heavy metal effect which 'weaponizes' background radiation, and other factors known and unknown make the one x-ray meme a horrible farce. Yet the majority of scientists and students will believe it and focus on climate change. mainstream = conceited.

          pale grass blue butterflies, they are deformed. Less than one becquerel can do it.


  • Jebus Jebus

    So do I consider 0.1 millisievert a dose or do I add it to my lifetime dose? What is my dose from Chernobyl? What is my dose from the isotope plant. What is my dose when a reactor is refueled?

    Is my lifetime dose now considered backround dose?

    Is anyone keeping track? Besides the cancer stats, the mass creature deaths, and the warm blob, is anyone adding it all up?

    Nuclear Detonation Timeline "1945-1998"


    Same Earth, same air, same water…

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    Repost: Re: "The X-ray":

    Was it all at once? Over a life-time? Did the whole world and all of it's inhabitants glow like an x-ray? If so, on what day? Can I get a copy? Does Tepco have a license to practice medicine? How was this calculation determined? Did they use the nuclear formula? Since public perception has taken precedence in all Fukushima related events, can someone please tell me how an x-ray will help curtail radiation related fears and prevent Fukushima fallout from causing mutations, illness and deaths and make citizens happier? Is this a preventative measure or just diagnostic? What was the outcome? What effect does an x-ray have on cyanobacteria? Will I be billed for my x-ray? Who will pay for the simpler life-forms, who are unable to pay? Is this our new healthcare plan? If an unnecessary procedure was ordered, can I sue for malpractice… Or just a refund? And what is the co-pay? Or are nuclear events not covered?

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      Here are the results of your x-rays. Results are inconclusive, although some of your DNA seems to be confused, disoriented, or lost. Your immune system also appears to be compromised, but these attributes are normal and are being noted for future administration's reference for population studies. Or not. HEPA does not apply to meltdown x-rays, credit being given to the nuke industry and Fukushima. Non-radioactive photos have also been provided for your convenience. NRC/NRA has waived any liability and medical waivers for you. Should you find yourself in a position to possess radioactive elements from your x-ray exposure(s), you will be billed at a later date, to be included in your electric bill under "nuclear welfare tax medical non-liabilities".
      Muon Scan Finds No Fuel In Fukushima Unit 1 Reactor Vessel

  • StPaulScout StPaulScout

    It hardly matters what exposure we received in the first three months. It's going on 6 YEARS, what is my total? Accident-to-date if you will. And not an 'average', an amount specific to my location in St. Paul MN.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Thyroid Cancer Rates Triple, and Scientists Look for Cause

    Thyroid cancer rates are rising faster than any other cancer in the United States, a new study found: Between 1975 and 2013, the number of thyroid cancer cases diagnosed yearly more than tripled.

    The numbers have prompted many epidemiologists to caution in recent years that the increase in cases is really just a matter of doctors catching more cases.

    "While overdiagnosis may be an important component to this observed epidemic, it clearly does not explain the whole story," said Dr. Julie Sosa, one of the authors of the new study and the chief of endocrine surgery at Duke University in North Carolina.


    It's a completely failed system of commerce that absolutely controls but fails to protect the basic diversity and quality of life for the future…

    Our system is nothing but a snake eating it's tail…

  • oldster

    The estimate on average human exposure to radiation and the assurance re health effects in the article cited is pure misleading public relations; has virtually nothing to do with real world exposures and effects and everything to do with 'public perception management'.

    Of countless examples, in western Canada shortly after the initial explosions at Fukushima: "iodine-131 in rainwater at almost 100 times above US drinking water limit April 8, 2011" http://enenews.com/recent-radioactivy-testing-vancouver-canada-shows-iodine-131-rainwater-almost-100-times-above-drinking-water-limit


    "Infant mortality in eight cities in the U.S. Northwest jumped 35 percent after Fukushima, according to an article by internist and toxicologist Janette Sherman and epidemiologist Joseph Mangano …."


    or "Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds has disclosed that there has been “a huge spike in the death rates within Fukushima Prefecture for young children….”

    "In Sept. of 2015, the Asia-Pacific Journal published a study by Eiichiro Ochiai titled 'The Human Consequences of the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plants Accidents'."

    "From Ochiai's document: [“… as a result of the Fukushima accident”] “All indications are that incidence of many diseases is increasing not only in Fukushima but also all over Japan.”


    And on…

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    Accidents, Leaks and Spills: The True Cost of Nuclear Power in the US

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      …The hidden agenda behind the profit-driven media's deliberate belittling of reactor accidents — and the dangers of radiation — is to protect significant advertising revenue. Big utilities, big pharma, big mining, big universities, and big weapons labs makes billions of dollars from increasing the "background" level of radiation. Official background exposure was 170 millirems per-year for decades; 18 months after Chernobyl it doubled to 360 mR/yr; and it nearly doubled again a few years ago to 620 mR/yr.) "Nuclearists" intend to keep it this way, even if it means buying pricey ads claiming that reactors are safe and "small" radiation doses are harmless.

      Chernobyl Doused the Whole Hemisphere

      Early on in Chernobyl reporting, it was common for the Associated Press and others to broadcast its global impact using plain language. On May 14, 1986, AP noted, "An invisible cloud of radioactivity… has worked its way gradually around the world." On Oct. 9, 1988, it said flatly, "Chernobyl … spewed radiation worldwide." And it reported in the Duluth Herald, May 15, 1986: "Airborne radioactivity from the Chernobyl nuclear accident is now so widespread that it is likely to fall to the ground wherever it rains in the United States, the EPA said." This warning should never stop being flabbergasting, and should have been the death knell for nuclear power. …


  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog


    America's first '21st century nuclear plant' already has been shut down for repairs

    …“The nuclear industry is very optimistic about its projections of performance,” Lochbaum says. “This is more evidence that they need to temper that optimism.”

    …With every episode like this, the industry moves one step further away from making the case for its survival.

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog


    Critics wary of state support for nuclear power industry

    The nation’s nuclear power industry is having a tough time. …

    …“Nobody’s in the mood for a bailout,” says Epstein. …

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    http://www.cgsmonitor.com/2017/05/08/fukushima-japanese-government-guilty-of-destroying-pacific-ocean-global-research/ Fukushima: Japanese Government Guilty of Destroying Pacific Ocean | Global Research
    The Japanese Government has been ordered to pay tens of millions in compensation after it was found guilty of negligence causing the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Reports also claim that the ruling could also include other pacific nations like the US who could also be eligible for compensation from the Japanese government who has effectively poisoned the entire Pacific Ocean and damaged the world’s food chain beyond repair. YNW reports: The nuclear plant operator, Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings, was also found guilty of negligence that led to the disaster that nuclear experts say will likely continue affecting wildlife and humans for the next 250,000 years.

    Friday’s stunning ruling by the Maebashi District Court was the first to recognize negligence by the state and Tepco. Previously the Japanese government and Tepco, a subsidiary of General Electric, had strongly denied any wrongdoing, arguing they were the victims of bad luck. The judge called the massive tsunami “predictable” and said the major nuclear disaster, which is responsible for 300 tons of radioactive water entering the Pacific Ocean every single day, could have been avoided. According to Japan Times: …damages totaling ¥38.55 million …


  • DUDe DUDe

    Not the latest but some nice visuals of an living dynamic ocean spreading contamination..a water planet..or is it a cell in my body..or all of them sooner or later..:(

    The Pacific Ocean Is Being Killed by Fukushima Radiation…Visit ENE NEWS today!!!


  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog


    SF Japan Consulate Speak-out-Evacuate The Families and Children Of Fukushima And Stop The Cover-up
    Thursday May, 11, 2017 3:00 PM
    San Francisco Japanese Consulate
    275 Battery St./California St.
    San Francisco

    …The cases of thyroid cancer area also growing and the government issuing the secrecy laws to prevent information about the continuing escalation of cancer cases throughout the country. …

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    http://www.newagora.ca/court-finds-japanese-government-guilty-for-fukushima-by-baxter-dmitry/Court Finds Japanese Government Guilty – Fukushima ‘Could Kill Millions’

    …It is interesting to note that TEPCO is a subsidiary partner with General Electric (also known as GE), one of the largest companies in the world, which has considerable control over numerous news corporations and politicians alike. Could this possibly explain the lack of news coverage Fukushima has received in the last five years? There is also evidence that GE knew about the poor condition of the Fukushima reactors for decades and did nothing. This led 1,400 Japanese citizens to sue GE for their role in the Fukushima nuclear disaster – and now have been found guilty.

    Even if we can’t see the radiation itself, some parts of North America’s western coast have been feeling the effects for years. Not long after Fukushima, fish in Canada began bleeding from their gills, mouths, and eyeballs. This “disease” has been ignored by the government and has decimated native fish populations, including the North Pacific herring.

    Elsewhere in Western Canada, independent scientists have measured a 300% increase in the level of radiation. According to them, the amount of radiation in the Pacific Ocean is increasing every year. Why is this being ignored by the mainstream media?

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      cont "The nuclear plant operator, Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings, was also found guilty of negligence that led to the disaster that nuclear experts say will likely continue affecting wildlife and humans for the next 250,000 years." MORE

      HHD: Add to that, conspiring to cover up the crime- including co-conspirators in the nuke industry spewing lies of "safety".

      http://japandailypress.com/suspicions-of-criminal-negligence-result-in-questioning-of-former-tepco-chairman-2622232/ [if]"…the respondents are found guilty of professional negligence resulting to death or injuries; the country’s penal code says that any or all may be imprisoned for a maximum of five years or fined 1 million yen (approx. $11,000). "

      Go to jail, Nuketards.

      • DUDe DUDe

        "..Go to jail, Nuketards…"

        +99999999999999 ! Everybody knows that when something bad happens the first moments of responding are usually the most critical..they just covered our eyes and brains..in reaction to a global ELE-event..now we will probably die without ever knowing if there was really nothing humanity with all its "might" could have done to survive this catastrophe and the filthy warprofiteers and their gruesome sickness in all they do..including their despisement for safety regulations..that caused it..

      • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog


        …GE could also be sued by American citizens or American business interests claiming injury from radiation emitted from the Japanese nuclear plant. So far, there have been no reports of harmful levels of radiation reaching the United States, but plaintiffs' lawyers say they are monitoring it.

        …If American law is applied, GE would still have strong defenses. Tom Ajamie, an attorney who represents plaintiffs and defendants in commercial litigation, said one of the biggest obstacles for plaintiffs would be overcoming the so-called foreseeability test. Under the test, plaintiffs would have to show to show that defendants could have reasonably foreseen the consequences resulting from the combination of a magnitude 9 earthquake and a tsunami.

        "Many cases get tossed from the courts because they did not meet the foreseeable standard," said Ajamie. "What occurred in Japan was a sequence of events that courts are not likely to find was reasonably foreseeable."


        From the link above: "The judge called the massive tsunami “predictable” and said the major nuclear disaster, which is responsible for 300 tons of radioactive water entering the Pacific Ocean every single day, could have been avoided." Reasonably foreseen? YES. Preventable? YES. Negligent? YES. Resulting in death? YES. ON A GLOABAL SCALE.

        • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

          The date of the above article is April 1, 2011. Me thinks the levels of radiation have surpassed "harmful". According to the nuke industry, no less than one x-ray per living organism on the planet… That's one helluva big x-ray machine.

          • DUDe DUDe

            The first people that got x-rated had not been damaged before by manmade radiation..so they had a bigger "buffer" of what they could take..we are being damaged from the day of conception in a manmade nuclear polluted soup..our immunity and general resistance is constantly degrading one way or the other regardless where you live..while the pollution is increasing..not good..a sledgehammer needs to come down on those powerhouses that hurt us..fast..

  • SadieDog

    "The nuclear “solution” to growing energy demand – now a massive technical and financial black hole, with negative marginal returns, draining scarce resources from struggling communities – is what industrial collapse looks like in the real world."


  • stock here: A continued focus on our "toxic environment" is justified. This year has seen many changes for me, for the better. Also just fixing past mistakes and realizing that "small insults" to the body and mind add up, and are worth eliminating whenever we can identify them.


    For instance, I had Calphalon pots and pans. Anodized aluminum. And when the anodization is gone, you are eating aluminum, which is not good. It's a neuro-toxin like Fluoride.

    Well the Calphalon was getting old and wore down. It went into the garbage, actually to the single sort recycling that the village offers. And replaced with a multilayer stainless set.

    Also last year, stopped using toothpaste with Fluoride. Easy peasy, Amazon prime. I went through my emergency Shelter in Place boxes to check and refresh supplies….lol, threw out a tube of Crest with Fluoride and replaced with the good stuff. Hilarious seeing in my mind's eye, a process of surviving through a radiation emergency while loading yourself with Fluoride. The absurdity of it all, LOL.

    See below, Lot's Wife always send mind provoking links, these are on Aluminum.

    • q Farthington MacMananus

      As I've mentioned in some other posts, aluminum isn't just a neurotoxin like fluoride, aluminum also affects (like fluoride) magnesium and calcium uptake. There are compound, exponentiated effects (just those two factors, never mind radiation, roundup/calcium/magnesium deficient foods or worse, the opposite (dairy), etc.

      Aluminum "aids" in causing porous and brittle bone structure, promoting some cancers, etc.

  • Sol Man

    Not one creature has died as a result of the FDNPP disaster, they just declined.

  • radiophobia

    New Scientist/Norwegian study: MISLEADING BY FALSE COMPARISON
    /headline this thread

    1. Fukushima is NOT a single exposure
    2. the exposure is INTERNAL and EXTERNAL,
    not only external, not a single event as a single x-ray exposure.

    related must read:"The world has been the victim of a monstrous scientific error that has understated the dangers of radiation, …"

  • DUDe DUDe

    I dont know if its posted already but this report supposedly proofs (you have to log in to download)

    100% of fuel was released to atmosphere unit nr 4

    USNRC Emergency Response Update
    Published on Dec 12, 2015

    March 18 2011


  • 23skidoo 23skidoo

    Beyond the Post Truth Era come inside informants who brave everything to project the reality facing ALL LIVING things on this bright blue-green speck of dust we call earth.
    Steven Kaasgaard WildGreens-CANADA


    May 2, 2017
    Hidden Radiation Secrets of the World Health Organization

    by Robert Hunziker

    Imagine the following hypothetical: The World Health Organization (“WHO”) is deeply involved in a high level cover up of the human impact and dangers of ionizing radiation, intentionally hiding the facts from the public, a chilling storyline!

    After all, the world community depends upon WHO as an independent org t0 forewarn the general public of health dangers and to help in times of crises, not hide pivotal health facts from public eye.

    As it happens, that nightmarish hypothetical comes to life in an interview with Alison Katz, who claims: “We are absolutely convinced that if the consequences of nuclear radiation were known to the public, the debate about nuclear power would end tomorrow. In fact, if the public knew, it would probably be excluded immediately as an energy option.”

    Alison Katz heads a NGO known as Independent WHO, and she spends a lot of time arranging sandwich boards with messages like: “Complicity in Scientific Crime” or “Crime of Chernobyl – WHO Accomplice” in front of WHO headquarters/Geneva. For 10 years now on a daily vigil from 8:00-to-6:00

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