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A question about Fukushima?

 
Anonymous Coward
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07/23/2012 04:54 PM
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A question about Fukushima?
I live on the westcoast of Canada, and I have followed the Fukushima nuclear disaster very closely since day one. In the weeks following the disaster the media was reporting that the seaweed of the B.C. coastal waters had already been contaminated with radiation from Fukushima. [link to www.vancouversun.com]
Now they are telling us that they have tested tuna that have been contaminated. So, my question is has there been any testing for radiation on human beings in North America?
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07/23/2012 05:04 PM
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Good Question, My guess is that privately "YES" but doing that with the public will cause panic, which the powerful leaders with no heart, or concern for the citizens of both our countries don't care to do. The correct and right thing to do is keep us informed with the Truth.. With the economy of the U.S. near depression levels, anything this massive would be devistating. On one hand, Its wrong, on the other there's nothing we can do about it.
I just watched the video about the tuna in Cal. and if this is the tip of the radiation iceberg, hard times are coming for all of us.

Last Edited by Major99 on 07/23/2012 05:07 PM
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07/23/2012 05:07 PM
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Re: A question about Fukushima?
They almost used there pack it into a rod and give it to the germans joke.

But thats the moon movie maker i think.
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07/23/2012 05:12 PM
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Re: A question about Fukushima?
If the radiation was detected in seaweed in March of last year, and that place has been spewing radiation for almost a year and a half then it would make sense that the human population has received a good dose. I'm surprised that there has not been any independent testing done.
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Re: A question about Fukushima?
Just like windows apple and android ... You can make anything with it as a group ... But they only make music ... Biowifi , hollow earth , glass bulb eh
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07/23/2012 05:14 PM
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Re: A question about Fukushima?
Radiation bulb wifi , human build wifi , biowifi diving suits ,
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07/23/2012 05:16 PM
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Re: A question about Fukushima?
Not even a body scan widget ... Man that sucks , only color recognition , not even damp recognition.
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07/23/2012 05:18 PM
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Re: A question about Fukushima?
2 waterplanets why worry everyone says.
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07/23/2012 05:19 PM
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Re: A question about Fukushima?
I know that a deceased person with radioactive contamination must be buried in a lead-lined casket.[rules, ya know..]

Maybe they should be testing..
Can't run the risk of contaminating the graveyards, now.. can we?

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07/23/2012 06:36 PM
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07/23/2012 06:49 PM
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Re: A question about Fukushima?
If the radiation was detected in seaweed in March of last year, and that place has been spewing radiation for almost a year and a half then it would make sense that the human population has received a good dose. I'm surprised that there has not been any independent testing done.
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