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Radioactive meat found in Japanese market.

 
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Radioactive meat found in Japanese market.
This is getting a bit silly, those poor sods are copping it from all directions!


""Tokyo (CNN) -- A Japanese health official downplayed the dangers Tuesday after cesium contaminated meat from six Fukushima cows was delivered to Japanese markets and probably ingested.

Goshi Hosono, state minister in charge of consumer affairs and food-safety, said he hoped to head off any overreactions.

"If we were to eat the meat everyday, then it would probably be dangerous," Hosono said at a news conference Tuesday. "But if it is consumed only in small portions, I don't think it would have any long-lasting effects on the human body."
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Don't think I'll be visiting Japan anytime soon.

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Re: Radioactive meat found in Japanese market.
Slowly spreading. How long before all food in Japan is too contaminated to use?


""On Saturday, the health and welfare office at Tokyo Metropolitan government found that meat from 11 cows from a Fukushima farm, which was about to be delivered, contained high levels of radiation. As a precaution, the office was ordered to trace meat from six cows from the same farm and realized that the meat is now circulating not only in Tokyo, but all over Japan.""

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Re: Radioactive meat found in Japanese market.
Bumping for "no more sushi" doom.

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Re: Radioactive meat found in Japanese market.
This is getting a bit silly, those poor sods are copping it from all directions!


""Tokyo (CNN) -- A Japanese health official downplayed the dangers Tuesday after cesium contaminated meat from six Fukushima cows was delivered to Japanese markets and probably ingested.

Goshi Hosono, state minister in charge of consumer affairs and food-safety, said he hoped to head off any overreactions.

"If we were to eat the meat everyday, then it would probably be dangerous," Hosono said at a news conference Tuesday. "But if it is consumed only in small portions, I don't think it would have any long-lasting effects on the human body."
[link to edition.cnn.com]


Don't think I'll be visiting Japan anytime soon.

wtf
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Well, it's good to know they don't have to eat everyday...
With freedom comes responsibility.

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Re: Radioactive meat found in Japanese market.
Lol, you're a harsh man Brief! The poor bastards just can't seem to escape radiation in their history!

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Lol, you're a harsh man Brief! The poor bastards just can't seem to escape radiation in their history!

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Nope, and it's not over...we'll all learn what it's like soon enough.
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