Nuclear Disaster in Fukushima and Death of the Pacific Ocean

The Guardian starts out a terrible tale saying, “The waters of the Pacific off the coast of California are a clear, shimmering blue today, so transparent it’s possible to see the sandy bottom below. Viewing the ocean from the state’s famous craggy headlands, Continue reading

Radioactivity from Japan may Reach Levels Seen at Chernobyl

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 Continue reading