I tested my upstairs air filter with a Geiger counter (Michigan, USA) today and it was going nuts, similar to the rain water in this video. Some of us will get it worse than others obviously, but nearly all people will experience at least some cellular damage due to Fukushima.
Based on numerous reports and measurements from around the world, it’s safe to say that half the earth is now contaminated with radioactive material from Fukushima.
A few weeks ago, I told you this was probably worse than Chernobyl. Yesterday they finally raised the severity from a “5” to a “7” (same as Chernobyl). The EPA tells you it’s safe while raising previous “safe” radiation limits by hundreds, or with some elements, thousands of times. We all need to snap out of this stupor and take real, meaningful action to limit our exposure to contaminated food, water, and air. Who are you going to believe now, the tin foil hat conspiracy theorist or the governments and corporate media?
You don’t have to be a nuclear physicist to watch reactor 3 blow up in a fireball with a mushroom cloud and call it a meltdown. Add that to all the other partial reactor meltdowns and leakage, and thousands of spent fuel rods stored right on top of the reactor vessels being ejected everywhere, and it was easy to conclude this is as bad or worse than Chernobyl.
But is that relevant? Chernobyl is a reference for us to know what precautions we should take based on its impact on populations, and also should have taught us some lessons about how governments and media love to lie about this sort of thing. That’s what it comes down to, making informed decisions, and not being a sucker.
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