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Japan's Fukushima Nuclear Plant Disaster

... Aftermath ...

Mag 9.0 Earthquake and Tsunami Occurred March 11, 2011

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Radiation migration across the Jet Stream
The Danger is Real
Letter to Jeff Rense:

Fukushima Radiation Brutal 
On Flight Crews, Passengers

9-9-13


Jeff,

 I've just landed in Manila on Philippines Airlines (PAL) flight PR210. 

 During the flight I addressed some of the cabin crew in the galley. I asked if any of the the crew knew of or had observed any health affects on colleagues flying the airline's Manila Vancouver air route. 

 A regular PAL flight flies through the Fukashima radiation Jet Stream plume. 

 A crew member told me they are aware and fearful of the radiation danger, but are continuing to fly the route in full knowledge that other airlines are now restricting crews to only one flight per month due to dangerous levels of radiation emitting from Fukashima.  

 Philippine airlines gives an annual health check to crew flying the route.

 Filipino life is clearly considered cheap.

 Filipinos deserve better protection. 

 All Americans are now Filipinos. Nobody is saying anything to Americans, save for you and your regular guests, who are filling the gap in an otherwise premeditated and disgraceful main stream media blackout with malice and intent.

 My point to you is: the airlines are fully aware of the danger Fukushima presents. Your reports of radiation migration across the Jet Stream is no personal untested theory. It's real to those who work the skies. They know the danger is real.

Graham Coleman

 

Alaska Fisheries Threatened by Radiation  


Video about high level of radiation in fruit & nuts from California
Cesium 134/137

  1. Caesium-137 - Wikipedia  

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caesium-137
     
    Jump to Radioactive caesium in the environment  - In April 2011, elevated levels ofcaesium-137 were ... That is 7,400 times the government limit for safe  ...
  1. Cesium | Radiation Protection | US EPA  

    www.epa.gov/radiation/radionuclides/cesium.html
     
    The most common radioactive form of cesium is cesium-137. ... Spent nuclear fuel reprocessing plant wastes may introduce small amounts to the environment. 
    1. Cesium (chemical symbol Cs) is a metal that may be stable (nonradioactive) or unstable (radioactive). The most common radioactive form of cesium is cesium-137. Another fairly common radioisotope is cesium-134. Cesium-137 is much more significant as an environmental contaminant than cesium-134. It is also very useful in industry for its strong radioactivity.
  1. The Japan Times - 2 days ago
    1 complex, how safe, or dangerous, are fish caught off northeast Japan? ... as the level of radioactive cesium is below the acceptable maximum ...

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Nothing we can do ...
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