Fukushima Radiation on US West Coast Poses No Health Risk, Scientists Say | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Fukushima Radiation on US West Coast Poses No Health Risk, Scientists Say

Despite the devastating nuclear accident at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant in March 2011, scientists studying the waters off the west coast of the United States have concluded that there is no contamination risk to people or the local ecology.

Studying the waters of the Pacific coastline, scientists from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts and from Ottawa's Fisheries and Oceans Canada found levels of Cesium-134, the radiation footprint of the Fukushima disaster, to be at levels below what a dental patient would be exposed to in a routine X-ray, according to the Associated Press.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Slight complication... A dental X-ray lasts a second. Exposure to Fukushima radioactivity runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year! And while a radiation source for a dental X-ray stays at the dentist's office, ingesting Fukushima debris means you are carrying it with you the rest of your life ... however long that may be. Already thyroid cancer rates in the US are climbing, although doctors claim not to know why.

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