Thursday, May 19, 2011

Fukushima Fallout

"The Fukushima situation is still not what we might call stabilized," reports Chris Martenson, "and it may not be for some months yet, especially if re-criticality has occurred" — Fukushima Update: A Very Bad Situation.

The author concludes with this important point we have been trying to stress: "The problem is not the levels of radiation; the danger lurks in the ingestion of contamination, especially of isotopes that tend to concentrate in the body. Strontium, iodine, and cesium all have that tendency."

"Strontium, iodine, and cesium" also all have a tendency not have been mentioned in media reports, which focus on "levels of radiation."

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