Exposed: World Health Organization beholden to nuclear interests %u2014 %u201CLike having Dracula guard the blood bank%u201D (VIDEOS)
Three years ago, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)’s research mission visited the contaminated areas. Dr. Shigematsu [Japanese], chairman of the mission, announced “there are no health damages among the residents.” [...]
Mr. Hirokawa, after looking at your video, I wonder what it was that IAEA announced there were no health damages among the residents. [...]
The local people believed a fair research would be done, because IAEA is an agency of the United Nations and a medical scientist from Hiroshima would lead the research. So, they were astounded that the mission had announced the areas were safe.
But, didn’t the mission actually see the situation there?
Well, according to the local doctors, the mission members didn’t enter the...
Heartbreaking instagram photos of live radiation monitoring in Fukushima reveal men, woman, and children living in a highly radioactive environment assured by their government everything is safe
Published on Apr 30, 2012 by redbuttonstudio
30. apr. 2012 Author: rumorecurioso
NHK is Japanese mainstream media -- critical thinking is strongly advised!
Covering Fukushima I (Daiichi) Nuclear Accident Since March 11, 2011
Fukushima - The Truth Behind The Meltdown (Germany, 2012, 52mn) NDR Director: Peter F. Mueller , Michael Mueller , Philipp Abresch
This documentary, not yet translated to English, is a joint venture between French and German television (available in French or German) that explores the nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi and its aftermath. With the help of international experts, including Fairewinds’ chief engineer Arnie Gundersen, who analyze the actual processes at Fukushima Daiichi on the day of the accident and in the weeks afterwards. The filmmakers draw a picture of the inadequate crisis management by the Japanese and international nuclear lobby, which is still promoting nuclear power even after the meltdown in Japan, so that the...
Controversy after US gov%u2019t estimate showed 40,000 microsievert thyroid dose for California infants from Fukushima %u2014 Data not released to public %u2014 %u201CVery high doses to children%u201D
MR. DORMAN: Mike, this is Dan. No. No, we're not planning any press release with this information. This was a projection that we were requested to run. Separate from our being requested to run that, we got this DOE briefing package that had this other DITTRA run in it, and we're not -- I don't know what prompted theirs or all of the assumptions that went into theirs, but it obviously caught our attention and we are looking to get what we think would be more realistic projections. Other questions?
MS. HOWE: Dan, just one comment, and Rob. This is Linda Howe in Region IV. Rob, I can talk with you offline about some background information for California. The DITTRA and DOE runs for California may have been prompted by queries from the state, because the state has been...
All of Western US and most of East Coast, Midwest, Canada covered with airborne particles at various altitudes on March 20, Fukushima plume model shows %u2014 Based solely on Reactor No. 1 explosion (PHOTO)
Fig. 1. Particles spacing on 20 March, 2011 at 12:00 UTC (top) and on 27 March, 2011 at 18:00 UTC (bottom); shades of red indicate particles in the bottom layer, up to 3 km; black to dark blue indicate the middle layer, up to 6 km height; and light blue indicates the upper layer; the trajectories were simulated using the Lagrangian dispersion model (time of the particles release was on 12 March 2011). (For interpretation of the references to colour in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the web version of this article.)
Report: Massive smoke between Reactors No. 2 and 3 %u2014 Can NOT be observed on Tepco webcam, only TBS/JNN
TORONTO - A Japanese woman who claimed exposure to radiation from damaged nuclear reactors has been denied refugee status in Canada almost one year after that nation was rocked by an earthquake and tsunami that left more than 100,000 people homeless.
There is a lot of suspicion that earthquakes at Fukushima could be hydrovolcanic explosions or hydrogen explosions.
This afternoon again, an earthquake has hit the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant. Its magnitude was 4.5
This map visualises crowd-sourced radiation geiger counter readings from across Japan. Click on the labels to get more information on the source of each reading.
%u202AOklahoma City hit with DANGEROUS RADIATION levels from Rain on Aug 6th 2011%u202C%u200F - YouTube
I'm glad a few of you have decided to purchase the SOEKS Geiger counter as we all now know that our Gov's aren't doing the job they should be doing to protect us from this Global threat...radiation has NO borders!
While the alternative media has reported on a cover up of the Fukushima nuclear fallout throughout the disaster, we haven%u2019t seen a mainstream news source do much more than act as a stenographer for the government and the nuclear industry through the entire ordeal.
Dr. Akizuki fed his staff and patients a strict diet of brown rice, miso and tamari soy soup, wakame, kombu and other seaweed, Hokkaido pumpkin, and sea salt and prohibited the consumption of sugar and sweets.
As a result, he saved everyone in his hospital, while many other survivors perished from radiation sickness.
Source: Tatsuichiro Akuziki, M.D. Nagasaki 1945, London Quarter books, 1981. (Brown rice, miso, Sea vegetables, Salt)
Even though local farmers have not tested their soil and water, Nita Abbott of LA Farms, near Gambo, expressed an interest in having her land tested to ensure they%u2019re selling a safe product. The newspaper contacted private testing companies, government agencies, and universities to inquire if they would consider testing local farms. All of them said they were not interested in getting involved at any level. Health Canada also reported that everything is normal.
The company says the worker had put on a full protective suit and was not exposed to radioactive substances.
This was the first time that a worker at the Daiichi plant died after the March 11th disaster.
Saturday, May 14, 2011 12:20 0900 (JST)
Government scientists and media shills are now "reexamining" old studies that show that radioactive substances like plutonium cause cancer and arguing that exposure to low doses of radiation is good for us (a theory called "hormesis").