A few months back I read this article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-23674...<quoted text>
Yes, we have an environmental emergency going on,and nobody is talking about it. Fukushima has 3 meltdowns, happening 21/2 years ago, and people think it's over. There is a news blackout in the U.S., perhaps to allay panic, but European countries are concerned very much, and media are covering it.
The radiation is ruining the Pacific, and the fishing industry is suffering greatly. Radiation has gotten into the food chain, and the plankdon(spelling?) are dying. They provide a great deal of our atmospheric oxygen. As it goes up the food chain, levels of radiation increase. People who eat Pacific fish are going to be affected. Other things are happening, including star fish literally being turned to mush, massive fish die-outs. Last yar alone, there were devastating illnesses in seal lions and seals. If you look at the site netc.com , you will see increasing radiation levels across the country. This varies each day, but spikes have occurred such as when the most recent typhoon hit Japaan. Radiated water was dumped directly into the Pacific, in an attempt to thwart overflow of the holding tanks, which have major leaks in them. I wish the preppers would come back to this thread to help us prepare for the cumulative buildup in radiation.
It shows many pictures of the deformed vegetables and flowers that are now growing in Japan. It is also deforming butterflies, baby animals, and human babies. Some pregnancies are terminating. Children are already showing up with thyroid cancers, a problem that did not show up for 4-5 years after Chernobyl. Speaking of Chernobyl, some experts did a study and feel that Fukushima has released much more contamination than Chernobyl, which is why the thyroid troubles are showing up early. Some reports are even showing that the father you go away from Fukushima the higher the levels of contamination.
When are they supposed to move these rods?
I am not sure I understand that nuclear map.
When I was a kid in school we learned that one teaspoon of nuclear energy would supply New York city for a month. I wish they would have figured in the cost of nuclear energy when you factor in a melt down. I bet it has now cost TEPCO a lot more than a teaspoon of so-called cheap nuclear energy.