20 avril 2011 3 20 /04 /avril /2011 17:51


Radiation Poisoning

Dr. Michio Kaku 


The situation at Fukushima is NOT expected to improve any time soon. Radioactive emissions will continue to accumulate in Japan, North America, the Pacific Ocean and throughout the Northern Hemisphere for the foreseeable future, which is why I've felt moved to share the following four clips, which are not from the mainstream
In the first clip, British scientist, Christopher Busby tells 'Russia Today' that there is significant radioactive contamination in the 200km area around the Fukushima plant, including Tokyo and areas further to the South. He calls officials who have downplayed the seriousness of the situation "criminally irresponsible" and he advises people in the affected areas to evacuate.

Notes from interview on Russia Today

British scientist, Christopher Busby says that there is significant radioactive contamination in the 200 km area around the Fukushima plant, including Tokyo and areas further to the South, where there is an "enormous rage" at the slow pace of the release of information and at the officials who have downplayed the seriousness of the situation, which Busby terms "Criminally Irresponsible." He believes people in the affected area should evacuate.

Busby says the failure of Japanese officials to properly manage this historic public health crisis is due to enormous pressure from the powerful nuclear industry and its shareholders.

Busby predicts that, similar to Chernobyl, the area immediately surrounding Fukushima will become a permanent "Exclusion Zone" and that those evacuated will never be able to go home.



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