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Cesium-137 Detected In 70% Of Children

Cesium-137 is a long half-life isotope which mimics Potassium in the body. 70% of children in Ibaraki prefecture contaminated with Cesium-137. This is an area which borders Fukushima.

For accurate radiation measurements please visit http://blog.safecast.org/maps/

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Busting A Propaganda Buster

This video is an example of a person who dismisses science by characterizing as a politically motivated agenda.

While it is true that the ongoing Fukushima Daiichi disaster is located north of Tokyo, the fact is that whenever the wind blows south, Tokyo is exposed to any airborne radioactive particulates as well as emitted Tritium and noble gasses. The relevant questions might what and how much.

For accurate data on radiation readings in Japan, please go to: http://blog.safecast.org/maps/

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Nuclear Radiation

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