“The Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan has exposed troubling weaknesses with radiation monitoring here in Canada.”
Alex Roslin, straight.com
Fukushima Update – 2011/10/18corbettreport
The latest updates on the Fukushima crisis, including reports on how the Kyushu Electric Power Co has been manipulating and stage-managing meetings and reports to twist public opinion, and how the Japanese government is planning to redefine evacuation areas in response to news that Fukushima will reach cold shutdown one month earlier than expected. Continue reading
“The nuclear disaster is ongoing.”
“At present, I believe that there is a possibility that massive amounts of radioactive materials will be released into the environment again.”
nuclear safety expert
Kyoto University’s Research Reactor Institute Continue reading
“Canada is following the U.S. direction in covering up the Fukushima global radiation genocide event. Both the U.S. and Canadian governments shut down their monitoring in concert immediately after the March 11, 2011 Fukushima radiation event. Canada moved its radiation stations from the Pacific coast to the B.C. interior. Both the Canadian and U.S. governments continue to state that the radiation levels are safe, when in fact that is incorrect.” Leuren Moret Continue reading
Friday, September 2, 2011
Using the supercomputer program called SPRINTARS, researchers at Kyushu University and Tokyo University created the simulation of how radioactive materials from Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant may have dispersed throughout the northern hemisphere. The researcher say their simulation fit the actual measurements. Continue reading
“Unlike TEPCO’s theory, a containment explosion necessitates massive nuclear fallout, and if this was recognized as a real risk that did happen, this could allow the public to defend itself and thereby jeopardize the survival of the nuclear-welfare industry.”
Fukushima is now far and away the worst nuclear disaster in all of human history. Chernobyl was a Sunday picnic compared to Fukushima and the amount of cesium-137 released at Fukushima this year so far is equivalent to 168 Hiroshima bombs. The crisis at Fukushima is far, far worse than you have been told. Continue reading
Just as it exposed in depth the reality of the 2010 BP Gulf of Mexico catastrophe unlike any U.S. mainstream news station, Sunday, Australia’s CBS has now exposed in depth the Fukushima catastrophe.
“The Fukushima crisis is far from over. The crippled nuclear power plant is still leaking; and, judging from Chernobyl, recovery will not be measured in years, more like centuries,” reported the Australian presenter Liz Hayes. Continue reading
Japan is not out of the danger zone. In fact the nuclear crisis is getting worse!
A collaborative, citizen-driven initiative
The greatest industrial accident of global proportions of this century (if not in history) continues to unfold while most of the world—including Canada—has chosen to look away.
We are deeply concerned about the lack of awareness, research and monitoring data regarding radiation effects on the health and well-being of the people, especially children, who may be impacted by the ongoing nuclear crisis in Japan or by future nuclear accidents that could strike in Canada or the US.
We are initiating a collaborative radiation awareness, monitoring and research initiative across Canada. We intend to network with interested organizations and individuals concerned with public health. Continue reading