At my lecture at Shirahama, I talked about my concern about the organic damage to the brain by radionuclides in Tokyo area for the first time. I feel like it’s going faster than we ever expected. The bad points of the personality are becoming more obvious, not answering the question directly and stick to different topics, forgetting about contents of the conversations. I often feel like, this person was not like this.
In the following interview broadcast within the last few weeks, a Chernobyl researcher reveals recent findings showing impaired neurological development in birds from radiation-contaminated areas that was influencing their ability to survive (e.g. escaping predators, finding food):Top Biology Professor: Incredibly high frequency of very, very large abdominal tumors observed on latest trip to Chernobyl -- Also high percentage of smaller brains (VIDEO)
See more Japanese tweets about this here: http://matome.naver.jp/odai/2132611230829718301 with translations here: http://fukushima-diary.com/2012/01/possible-damage-of-cerebral-nerve-for-people-in-kanto-area/Report: NHK starting to broadcast truth -- Large increase in brain tumors and cancers near nuke plant -- "Everyone died. Just I’m alive. It’s killing me." says 18 year old -- Gov't kept telling them ICRP says safe
Published: January 9th, 2012 at 10:24 pm ET