We've seen several posts this week claiming that thousands of whales have died due to radiated water leaked into the ocean from the Fukuskima power plant in Japan. The story, however, was created by the satirical website National Report and is completely false. The photo being circulated actually shows beached pilot whales off of New Zealand in 2010, and not whales which died due to radiation exposure.
Naoto Matsumura, Guardian of Fukushima's Animals, a true hero! Only he remains he remains in the zone, no electricity and running water and braving the loneliness and the constant threat of exposure to elevated levels of radiation to feed a menagerie of animals. "We couldn't take the animals with us, so I stayed" After a year, Mr Matsumura, 52, appears to prefer the company of his animals to humans. "I don't get bored," he says. "I am used to it, and there are lots of animals.
ARTICLE: Wireless Technology Warnings - The ancient Romans became sickened by seemingly safe lead pipes bringing drinking water. Today, the story repeats with wireless. Something new is in the air. You can’t see it, hear it, smell it or feel it, but the cells in your body can. It’s called wireless technology. ...Are we so desperately attached to our mobile devices that we no longer care to know the truth?…
Pennsylvania Doctors Worry Over Fracking 'Gag Rule'
Science And The Fracking Boom: PA doctors cannot -by law- speak to other doctors, their patients.. anyone about what they find out from companies who use hydraulic fracturing ('fracking') about the chemicals they use. Once again corporate interests - this time in the form of: trade secrets - trump the safety of YOU, ME and EVERYONE else. Oh, BTW - the same folks tell us, 'there is no definitive proof of any danger'. OK. I feel all better now.
This graphic is being circulated along with reports regarding leakage of radiated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan. While the reports of leaks are true, this map has nothing to do with radiated water spreading across the ocean. It is actually a graphic released by the NOAA in March 2011 to show the impact of the tsunami on the size of waves across the Pacific at that time.