Despite all the desperate efforts by world governments to downplay the severity of the release of radioactive material from Fukushima, world radiation sensors are revealing the ugly truth about the Fukushima catastrophe that the nuclear industry doesn’t want you to know: The radioactive fallout is now as much as 73 percent of the daily radiation emitted from Chernobyl following its meltdown disaster. That’s the story on Iodine-131, the radioactive iodine isotope that’s now spreading across the globe.
Similarly, the amount of caesium-137 being released by Fukushima has now reached 60 percent of that released by Chernobyl
Radiation spreading across oceans and continents
This is the data from the global network of radiation sensors that were originally installed to monitor the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT). They were designed to detect illegal nuclear weapons testing events, but now they’re proving to be quite effective at picking up the massive release of deadly radiation from the Fukushima nuclear power complex — which is still burning, by the way.
The monitoring stations are located in Alaska, Hawaii, Montreal and other cities, indicating that the radiation fallout from Fukushima now spans oceans and continents.
Because Fukushima continues to leak radiation into the environment, its total radioactive output may yet exceed that of Chernobyl. There’s certainly a lot more fuel at Fukushima than there ever was at Chernobyl: 1,760 tons of nuclear fuel versus just 180 tons at Chernobyl.
So Fukushima has ten times the amount of fresh and spent fuel as Chernobyl. And it’s still spewing radiation every second. The food and water in Japan is already contaminated, the oceans are radioactive, the air is radioactive, neutron beams are jetting out of the nuclear facility, it’s raining yellow water, workers are being hospitalized with radiation burns, and still the nuclear industry says stop worrying… it’s all safe!
Fukushima quickly rising to the top of the list of the world’s worst nuclear disasters
It only leads me to wonder: How much worse is this going to get? We were told just this week that the reactors had their power restored, that the crisis was over, remember? The mainstream media has already blown past this story and doesn’t express much concern at all over the situation. Yet this Fukushima catastrophe is quickly moving into the top position as the world’s worst nuclear power plant disaster — even as the media plays it down!
Fukushima may yet out-Chernobyl !
So where does all this radiation end up? Well, according to the Japanese and American governments, it all just magically fades away and there’s nothing at all to worry about. But NaturalNews readers know better: This radiation ends up in the food, in the water, and circulating throughout the environment. Where will this end? No one knows for sure. But if there’s one thing we’ve all learned from watching Tokyo this past week, it’s that the time to get prepared is right now!
• Always have at least 10 – 20 gallons of extra fresh water stored in your house or apartment. No matter what! Tokyo residents just found out the hard way that depending on tap water is a risky gambit.
• Always have extra food available, just in case.
• If you don’t yet have potassium iodide or a source of natural iodine, and you’re in an area that could be hit by radiation fallout, it’s a wise idea to have some just in case.
• Don’t allow yourself to be caught unprepared by a natural or man-made disaster. Governments lie to you about disasters, almost as a rule. They always wait too long to tell people to do something, and by that time everybody’s in a panic. So to avoid all that, get prepared in advance so you’re safe, confident and not contributing to the supply shortage problems.
Remember, in any given emergency, the people who prepared in advance are those who help ease the supply lines and ultimately leave more supplies available for others who didn’t prepare. So in any given city, the more people who have prepared in advance, the fewer people will panic and the lower the burden will be on emergency supplies.
That’s why preparedness makes such obvious sense. Only a fool would tell Americans to avoid being prepared for the unknown — especially in a time when nuclear power plants are on the verge of catastrophic ‘dirty bomb’ meltdown events.