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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Physicists Say Fukushima Reactors Pose Eternal Threat to Humanity

Prophecy Sign:  Perilous Times - Carnage to the environment

Remember that little nuclear incident that occurred a year or two ago in Japan?   Seems all is not well and that little incident could be, (and in fact may already be), a major threat to humanity as tons of highly radioactive water leaks into the Pacific Ocean on a daily basis.  Studies have now concluded that the aftermath of the nuclear meltdown has impacted Japanese wildlife.  Those same researcher should now look at the ocean and see just what a mess is occurring with life in the depths of the Pacific.  Perhaps you might want to reconsider that can of Pacific Tuna for your next sandwich.

The second angel poured out his bowl on the sea, and it turned into blood like that of a dead person, and every living thing in the sea died. Revelation 16:3 NIV

Physicists Say Fukushima Reactors Pose Eternal Threat to Humanity
The three molten cores at Fukushima plant, each weighing a hundred tons, are so radioactive, that no one can approach them, including robots, which melt down immediately, Dr. Helen Caldicott, the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize nominee, physician and anti-nuclear advocate, states in an interview to Radio VR: “And no one ever will, and the contamination will go on for hundreds of years,” Ms. Caldicott cites top physicists as saying. Initially, TEPCO, the Japanese power provider wanted to erect an ice wall around the perimeter of the Fukushima complex, as ground water underneath the reactor is absorbing radiation and then flowing into the ocean.
The expert stresses they are witnessing an absolute catastrophe: 300-400 tons of radioactive water pour daily into the Pacific, and this has been going on for over three years now contaminating the ocean and its ecology.

First Studies Of Fukushima Accident Show Serious Effects On Wildlife
Beginning just a few months after the meltdown of Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi power plant in March 2011, scientists began studying the biological effects of the radiation on local wildlife, and the first reports are not encouraging. The Journal of Heredity has published several articles summarizing these studies, which found broad negative impact -- including genetic damage, population declines and disruptions of the mechanisms that help organisms repair exposure to radioactive material. The victims range from birds to butterflies and even plants. “A growing body of empirical results from studies of birds, monkeys, butterflies and other insects suggests that some species have been significantly impacted by the radioactive releases related to the Fukushima disaster,” the lead author of one such study, Dr. Timothy Mousseau of the University of South Carolina, said in a statement issued by the American Genetic Association (AGA).

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