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Fresh And Saltwater Fish Near And Far From Fukushima Found To Be Contaminated With Man Made Heavy Metal Poisonous Radiation, Dr. Gordon Edwards Explains Finding Radioactive Cesium

Animals, insects and plants are our companions on this small blue planet. What happens to insects, birds, animals and trees, happens to humans a little later down the road, because we are at the top of the food chain, above them. Everything that is done to our companies, eventually happens to humans.

Every nuclear accident releases invisible man made artificial heavy metal and radioactive poisons into the atmosphere, which then travel large distances and settle into lakes, streams, ponds, rivers and oceans. From there, this diluted invisible poison bioaccumulates and bioconcentrates up the food chain back to humans, at the top of the food chain.

2015 RADIOACTIVE CESIUM FOUND IN JAPANESE FISH BEING EXPORTED TO OTHER COUNTRIES AND FOR RETAIL SALE INSIDE COUNTRY



https://youtu.be/Gbk8lCRFv2E

Based on research by Alex Roslin that was published in the Georgia Straight, Dr. Gordon Edwards describes the measured levels of cesium-137 in fish from the Fukushima Daiichi triple meltdown.

HIGHLY RADIOACTIVE FISH CAUGHT OFF FUKUSHIMA COASTLINE



Radiation is supposed to disappear pretty quickly after a nuclear disaster. But these fish were caught in 2014, which is three years after the nuclear disaster. Why are some species showing high levels of radiation, after supposedly being safe for a few years? This makes no sense whatsover, if the Fukushima plant situation is under control and normal decommissioning is happening as they claim.

HIGH RADIATION FOUND IN FISH CAUGHT 20 KM OFF OF COAST OF JAPAN



Another video with tests by TEPCO, admitting that 'extremely high' radiation levels were found in fish. 

RADIATION TRAVELS UP THE FOOD CHAIN TO PEOPLE, 2013 REPORT

Radiation accumulate and concentrates up the food chain, starting at the bottom, in algae and other small life forms, which concentrate even 'diluted' radiation many times over. 70% or more of all radiation contaminated emitted by a nuclear accident ends up coming into people through food and drink. This is why it is so important to measure food and drinks after any nuclear accident.

There are still countries that measure certain foods for Chernobyl radiation, and they are thousands of miles away from Chernobyl. Suprise, they are still finding radiation so high in these foods, that they are illegal to sell, and dangerous to eat.


http://youtu.be/pD7IyS26VNU 17 min.

Plutonium And Cesium Bio-Accumulates Up To 26,000 Times In Ocean Algae, Up To 5,570,000 Bq/Kg in Land Algae; via @AGreenRoad

The above video shows how our living companions on this planet are being affected by low level radiation in negative ways. It does not take a scientist or years of study to see this, using nothing more than common sense. Everyone has common sense, correct? What happens when tiny fish eat the above radiation contaminated food, and then those fish are eaten by larger fish? Would it be a surprise, if radiation was also found at higher levels 

MUTATED FUKUSHIMA FISH


Oct 30, 2011 ... “We were fishing and we got the surprise of getting this rare specimen. As it was dark at that time we did not notice, but then you looked at him ...

”In the swamp are many good Tatebayashi, Gunma Prefecture, 26 had been found that a lot of dead fish..

FUKUSHIMA IODINE AND RADIATION FOUND IN FISH, 2000 KM AWAY


May 28, 2011 ... [R]adioactive iodine-131 has been found in a sample of fish taken from a wholesale market in Hong Kong, the Government said today. [...] ...

Apr 5, 2011 ... The small fish had 4080 becquerels of iodine 131 per kilogram (2.2 pounds). The new standard allows up to 2000 becquerels of iodine 131 per ...

Aug 9, 2011 ... Fish caught at a port about 55 kilometers from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant contained radioactive cesium at levels ...

Nov 30, 2011 ... It was first thought currents would swiftly dilute the radiation; Results from fish samples are proving otherwise; “Some are registering cesium ...

Mar 1, 2012 ... The fish consignment imported to the country last week has been retained by the Customs until a special laboratory test. 

Aug 30, 2011 ... Gunma prefecture, north of Tokyo, reported Monday that a fish containing more than the legally allowed amount of cesium was caught in a river ...

Mar 31, 2012 ... “In the marine environment it was significant, but probably not harmful at the levels we detected it, except it may have affected certain fish's ...

Apr 4, 2012 ... Smelt caught in Akagi Onuma Lake in the city of Maebashi were found to have 426 becquerels of radioactive cesium per kilogram, exceeding ...

Nov 21, 2011 ... Scientific groups say the animals represent the best chance for research on the effects of radiation. But in May, the Japanese government ...

Feb 4, 2012 ... Tests conducted between April 19 and Jan. 10 in Gunma on 34 freshwater fish showed that 11 caught in Lake Onuma exceeded the maximum ...

Feb 22, 2012 ... Zooplankton, which get carried by currents, collected in those waters had levels of cesium-137 and the shorter-lived cesium-134 that were on ...

Mar 30, 2012 ... Title: Highest level of radioactive cesium to date found in freshwater fish in Fukushima village. Source: Mainichi Daily News Date: March 30 


PEOPLE EATING FUKUSHIMA FISH DIE OF LEUKEMIA


Dec 5, 2011 ... Following up this article Another man died of acute leukemia on 11/17/11. 

Nov 27, 2011 ... Died from acute lymphocytic leukemia; Wrote columns for a fishing ... 26; Was supporting Fukushima by eating Fukushima fish; Was living in 30 ...


Learn how to protect your animals and yourself from low dose radiation that comes from even normally operating nuclear reactors and facilities. Yes, radiation can harm you and your animals, even thousands of miles away from a nuclear plant accident.

HUGE DROP OFFS IN ANIMAL AND INSECT POPULATIONS


Jan 29, 2012 ... The last 5 years have seen a huge drop off in certain animal populations and certain insects.

Mar 17, 2012 ... So, people may go and watch animals and plants You can't blame changes in plants and animals on stress, 

Bird Radiation Studies; Chernobyl, TMI And Fukushima; Via A Green Road 

FUKUSHIMA RADIATION FOUND IN COWS AND GOATS IN HAWAII


eating animals is inhumane and uncourageous. simple as pie. ... I'm very upset by the millions of critters/animals/marine life that are getting mowed down by this ...

UK Established Animal Radiation 'Controls' Due To Cesium Contamination; via A Green Road

Radioactive Boars And Deer Unfit To Eat 950 Miles From Chernobyl; via A Green Road

Radiation contamination is not just a problem for people living close to a nuclear plant or within 50 miles of a nuclear plant accident. This is a global problem, affecting everyone, no matter where they live. Radiation goes up in the air from accidents and normal plant emissions and comes down in hot spots all over the globe via rain.



ALL radiation comes out of ALL of the nuclear plants via cooling water in the form of toxic, deadly and radioactive Hydrogen, which cannot be filtered out, cannot be kept inside of anything and there is no way to get it out of our bodies, because it is inside of the water that makes up most of who we are.  It gets into the oceans, the rivers, the rain and falls out of the sky. Radioactive tritium ends up in the drinking water and it cannot be filtered out. 

Chernobyl; Animal Studies Show Radiation Is Still Harming Our Wild Companions; via A Green Road 

When people wake up enough to realize that nuclear power is a force that leads to global suicide of all life on the planet, maybe then all nuclear plants will be shut down and communities will not allow the fake promise of jobs and money to mislead them and fool them into accepting these death machines into their local area. Studies have proven that children die at much higher rates the closer they live to nuclear power plants. The same can be said of animals, including beloved dogs and cats.

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