Saturday, November 12, 2011

#Fukushima #Radiation : Hiding Radiated Bodies - Arriving Debris In Days - 'Nowhere Safe '

Fukushima right to health violations being reported

The National Post reported Thursday that largest items swept to sea after Japan's tsunami in March could arrive on B.C. coastline within days, not weeks, oceanographer Curt Ebbesmeyer predicted Wednesday. Most of the 20-million-tonne debris field, size of California, is not expected until about 2014, but houses, fishboats, even small freighters could be close to Canadian shores now, possibly negatively impacting the human right to health, while Japanese government is hiding bodies according to a Jeff Rense interview with former editor of Japan Times, and a nuclear chain reaction has occurred around the globe. 

“We just finished running a simulation with a drifter, a buoy that got lost in the area of the tsunami, and we find that the first of the debris would be here now,” Mr. Ebbesmeyer said...read more


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