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Radioactive Water From Fukushima Is Systematically Poisoning The Entire Pacific Ocean

by Michael Snyder, The Truth Wins:

Right now, a massive amount of highly radioactive water is escaping into the Pacific Ocean from the ruins of the destroyed Fukushima nuclear facility in Japan.  This has been going on all day, every day for more than two years.  The enormous amounts of tritium, cesium and strontium that are being released are being carried by wind, rain and ocean currents all over the northern Hemisphere.  And of course the west coast of the United States is being hit particularly hard.  When you drink water or eat seafood that has been contaminated with these radioactive particles, they can stick around for a very long time.  Over the coming years, this ongoing disaster could potentially affect the health of millions upon millions of people living in the northern hemisphere, and the sad thing is that a lot of those people will never even know the true cause of their health problems.

For a long time, the Japanese government has been trusting Tepco to handle this crisis, but now it has become abundantly clear that Tepco has no idea what they are doing.  In fact, the flow of radioactive water has gotten so bad that authorities in Japan are now calling it an “emergency”

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1 comment to Radioactive Water From Fukushima Is Systematically Poisoning The Entire Pacific Ocean

  • NaySayer

    Criminal corporations like Tepco don’t fix anything. They Doofy doof along until the taxpaying citizens demand the government, you know, actually DO something about it and then they get off the hook for their criminal negligence and murder of potentially tens of millions of people through radiation poisoning.

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