So you have been in the Tohoku/Fukushima region/prefecture recently? I dont know what to say other than you dropped a post here with nothing to verify or back up your outlandishly un-scientific claims and then got in your feelings when you weren't believed. If you have some statement I could look at from one of the scientists you spoke with, perhaps your post would have been more relevant.They are not "so-called" independent. I didn't give much info about them and what we were doing at Fukushima because I feel like giving personal info. Sorry but I choose to believe people that I personally meet and work with instead of some people in a website. If you read my comments again I am not trying to deny Fukushima accident, I am pointing out that this is a "wolf blame the other wolf" situation. Also, I don't want this to be turning into argument I am not here to argue with people but to share my opinion so this is my final answer bye...
No i am notSorry to learn that, are you in Fukushima prefecture or the Tohku region?
I do get your drift and appreciate what you have shared. Im very concerned about the children growing up there. TEPCO seems to have the government cowed into working together to keep the public un/mis-informed......No i am not
(I don't live in Japan but i have friends there )
I can only tell you from experience that i know how thyroid problems feel cause i have them
And i remember that all those in the area touched by the meltdown were supposed to be controlled for radiation and thyroid problems also
(As a result there was a spike in thyroid conditions right after the meltdown
Idk if you get what i mean
I'm not very good at explaining things ^^'
AnytimeI do get your drift and appreciate what you have shared. Im very concerned about the children growing up there. TEPCO seems to have the government cowed into working together to keep the public un/mis-informed......
The situation has been and still is rarely even reported in the western media, let alone exaggerated. Even the world leaders have been ignoring it at their climate conferences since 2011. Same thing with 'mainstream climate activists'. Nuclear power is big business. So is the Japanese economy, the Pacific fishing industry, and the Olympics.But, the situation is not serious as it is exaggerated by western media.
I have been there quite a bit since the disaster. Not many people outside of the mandated evacuation area seem to have permanently left. many have moved back and are carrying on as if the issue has bees resolved. But it aint even been properly addressed yet.....Anytime
I am scared for them as well
But most people have moved away to other places
It's just the families still remaining in sheds that scare me
(You know i've heard stories of kids getting bullied and ostracized because they were victims of the nuclear disaster
Things like : don't touch.... because they are contaminated and will give it to you
Poor kids )
There is a huge cover up from TEPCO and the government
They are working hand in hand sadly :/
"The situation has been and still is rarely even reported in the western media, let alone exaggerated. Even the world leaders have been ignoring it at their climate conferences since 2011. Same thing with 'mainstream climate activists'. Nuclear power is big business. So is the Japanese economy, the Pacific fishing industry, and the Olympics.
It's not that I don't think that your Japanese friends are being untruthful.. but they obviously must be brainwashed by the cover-up
Also, in Japanese culture there is a lot of don't ask don't tell kinds of things that go on.
This is their biggest shame since WW2.... perhaps even greater since it puts so many more at risk..... like the entire planet.Now the Japanese govt are doing a PR campaign for the release of all of the contaminated water into the Pacific Ocean https://www.commondreams.org/news/2020/02/03/appalling-act-industrial-vandalism-japanese-officials-do-pr-plan-dump-fukushima
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