t4705mb6 says, I am an environmental engineer employed in top level management for two decades by an international “250” corporation and would like to remind world society the world “governments” are LYING to you when they say certain levels of radioactive particles are “acceptable”!
ONE ingested miniscule particle can KILL you! – ONE!
t4705mb6 +Laurie Rieman
First – thank you!
The “government” should be warning society and taking steps to counteract the effects of this international DISASTER – BIGGER than Chernobyl! The obfuscations, omissions and outright lies dealing with this WORLDWIDE disaster is not only inexusable but CRIMINAL!? Brave Heart
God bless you for being a “Real Truther” We know the governments are lying to us?
unfortunately we have no governments. we only have corporatized governments..we need to abolish CORPORATISM… and take the corporate criminals out of the governments..then they will be our governments.?
Published on May 18, 2014
Marine mammals dying in Record Numbers read by PinkSapphiret2 (ty for “creative commons” audio)
(thanks again to MissingSky101!)Japan Times: “Radiation has spiked to all-time highs” in ocean off Fukushima plant — Jiji: “Record-high radiation levels have been observed” Tepco says — Officials: “Cause of seawater spike is unknown”
Water treatment system halted at Fukushima plant
The operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has again shut down a key water treatment system at the plant.
Tokyo Electric Power Company says it shut down one of the 3 lines of the Advanced Liquid Processing System, or ALPS, on Saturday morning. It says it took the decision because the system failed to reduce the calcium level in the water before treatment.
The presence of calcium hampers the removal of radioactive substances and has to be eliminated using sodium carbonate or a filter before water treatment. TEPCO is trying to find out why the calcium level did not drop and whether there’s any problem with the treatment process.
Abe vows to provide true Fukushima information
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has pledged to provide accurate information to dispel groundless rumors about agricultural products from Fukushima Prefecture following the March 2011 nuclear disaster.
Abe spoke to reporters on Saturday after meeting a group of rice farmers in Fukushima. He has visited areas hit by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami almost every month since he took office in December 2012.
Abe operated a rice planting machine in a rice field in Matsukawa Town to plant young rice plants. He said the planting went well and that he hopes the rice will grow up to be delicious.
He told one of the famers that the government will do everything possible to clear up groundless rumors about radiation in agricultural products from Fukushima.
He told reporters the rebuilding of the prefecture is his government’s utmost priority. He said reconstruction has entered a new phase and steady progress has been made.
Earlier this week, the release of a manga comic book caused a stir when it depicted the health effects of the nuclear disaster. Its depiction of a main character suffering a nose bleed after visiting the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has been criticized as baseless.
Abe said he will do all he can to provide people in Fukushima and around the country easy-to-understand and accurate information about products from the prefecture.
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