Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Radiation From Fukushima

The Hawaiian Islands are possibly in more danger from Fukushima radiation than the people have been told and the Governor should be doing everything in his power to protect the people from this danger and also to educate the people how to protect themselves.

The consensus among bureaucrats seems to be that there is no danger and they do not want to do anything. However, a quick search on Google reveals several studies that show the dangers of radiation from Fukushima to Hawaii:

Radiation plume heading toward Hawaii, says Japan gov't study — Fukushima-contaminated water to hit in under 2 years — Ocean may be 50% of EPA's maximum contaminant level for drinking water (PHOTO)


Highest Estimate Yet: Fukushima about equal to Chernobyl, says US gov't funded study


Japan Gov't: "System must be established to deal with long-term public health effects" of Fukushima disaster — Grave concerns about radiation exposure


Fukushima radiation detected 400 miles away in Pacific Ocean at levels 1,000 times higher than previous readings


A website from ASR titled Radioactive Seawater Impact Map (update: March 2012) URL:http://www.asrltd.com/japan/plume.php shows the dispersal of radioactive material and organisms from the Fukushima nuclear power disaster. The pictures on the website show the dispersal already as of March 2012 reaching the Western Hawaiian Islands.

Radiation From Fukushima


Looking at the studies above, and there are probably many more available, the Governor should be taking the safest approach and protect the people. As a minimum, Governor Abercrombie needs to answer the following questions:

What action has/is the State taking to mitigate the dangers from this radiation to the public?

What action has/is the State taking to educate the public to this danger?

What action has/is the State taking to inform the public about chelating and removing radiation from their bodies?

What action is/has the state taken to inform the public on how to restore cellular damage from radiation?

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