Hirose Takashi says that "the lies they are telling on the radio and TV are so gross that he cannot remain silent," explaining why "making comparisons with X-rays and CT scans has no meaning" as "damage from radioactive rays and damage from radioactive material are not the same" — What They're Covering Up at Fukushima.
Gregory Button makes the case that "information is [being] withheld not only from the media and the public but from the larger scientific community as well" — Informational Uncertainty in the Wake of Japan's Nuclear Crisis.
"The assertion that low-level exposure to radiation represents no human threat is an artifact of Cold War-era science that was shaped to meet government and industry needs," argues Barabara Rose Johnston — Life, Death and Anxiety in the Fallout Zone. "Japan's nuclear disaster demonstrates in powerful and poignant terms the degree to which the state prioritizes security interests over the fundamental rights of people and their environment."
"The spent fuel pools at Units 3 and 4 at the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear complex are exposed to the open sky and might be draining," writes Robert Alvarez, adding, "The radioactive dose rates coming off the pools appear to be life-threatening" — The Danger of Spent Nuclear Fuel.
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