The Ongoing Problem of Fukushima

Posted: December 30, 2014 in Articles
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The Fukushima Daiichi power plant in Japan had a meltdown caused by a tsunami that hit Japan. That was in 2011. One might think that it would have died down a bit, but no. It’s still putting radiation into groundwater and the ocean, and it’s also going into the air and traveling across the Pacific Ocean to the Americas.

Arnie Gunderson, who is a nuclear expert, says that the worst from Fukushima is still to come; we aren’t at the peak yet.

A year after Fukushima happened, dolphins were found dead on a beach in Peru and it’s been happening occasionally ever since; various marine animals have been found dead on the shores of South America. Recently, 500 dead sea lions were found on Peru’s north coast. Again, there was no explanation given, but the government refuses to make any connection between the deaths and Fukushima. We’re not saying that it is necessarily because of Fukushima, but it certainly is very possible. The government isn’t mentioning it, though. Why? It’s an ongoing problem, and we think that all people should know about it.

Fukushima is still very much a problem and its effects upon all of us will unfortunately be made clear one day. Yet it seems like no one is interested in putting a stop to the massive leaking of radiation. Thank you, O Powers That Be.

Source: 500 more dead sea lions; Fukushima radiation continues to spread across ocean

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