Sunday, August 18, 2013

Fukushima nightmare: An atmospheric scientist and a medical scientist sound alarm

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Rady Ananda
Activist Post

In this two-hour
July 2013 interview with an atmospheric scientist and planetary risk consultant, we learn that the Fukushima catastrophe is ongoing, that the US government is lying to us about our exposure to radiation and its attendant impact, and that our Food “Safety” agencies have raised allowable levels of radiation by more than 400%.

Simon Atkins, PhD, DSc, warns not to eat any Pacific seafood and to consider moving to the Southern Hemisphere, at least 15° south of the equator.

In a more staid
presentation in March, a medical scientist presents detailed information on the impacts of the Fukushima catastrophe on the human body, in terms any intelligent lay person can comprehend.

Steven Starr, MT (ASCP) , is a medical laboratory scientist at the University of Missouri, with expertise in nuclear proliferation and its environmental impacts, and is also a senior scientist at Physicians for Nuclear Responsibility.

His 21-minute speech is entitled, “The Implications of Massive Radiation Contamination of Japan with Radioactive Cesium” and was given at the Cinema Forum Fukushima symposium in New York City March 11-12, 2013. The event was co-sponsored by The Helen Caldicott Foundation and PNR.


In it, Starr corroborates the seriousness of the radiation, today, that Atkins stridently warns of above:



Hat tip Tracy Turner and
Dr. Piotr Bein .

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This article first appeared at Food Freedom News

Rady Ananda is a researcher, writer, and editor. Find more info at abact.wordpress.com/about/ Check out my blogs: COTO Report, coto2.wordpress.com and Food Freedom News, foodfreedomgroup.com. Or see my LinkedIn page: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/rady-ananda/44/719/a66


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