Fukushima U.S. Radiation Wave Cover-up? Opposing Viewpoints.

Written by on January 9, 2014 in Environmental Hazards with 0 Comments

In the first video above, Anthony Gucciardi discusses the reality that a whopping 78% of the Fukushima radioactive waste material was deposited in the Pacific Ocean and how a wave of radiation is indeed on course for the West Coast. As an example, Anthony mentioned the rare conjoined whale calves that were recently discovered off the coast of Baja California (which are shown in the featured image and in the video at the end of this article).

The 2nd video is an interview with Dr. Richard C. Davis, M.D., who talks about a cover-up regarding the radiation from Fukushima.  Following are just a few of his observations:

“Our planet is integrated, and the circulations that occur with the various deep and surface water currents – they’re confluent.  We have what is called an escalator that goes around the planet.   Eventually, Fukushima will become a planetary problem – not just a Pacific problem.

“If you look at the totality of the disaster at Fukushima, some evidence is beginning to emerge now which is very frightening. And, I haven’t made a conclusion about it.  But there is evidence to suspect that Fukushima may not have been entirely a natural phenomenon – that there may have been man-made component – either with the  tsunami creation (that fingerprint of the seismic activity appears to be suspicious – people are looking at that now); and what actually occurred within the plant – that appears to be suspicious. So it would not be unreasonable if this were a 9/11 false flag type of event, that that there would be substantial cover up that might occur after this. I’m not suggesting that’s what happened.  I’m just saying that there are questions that are being raised today, and no answers coming forth. 

“Just like now on Alex’s show.  He has talked about, why don’t they simply go out and get a footprint and a fingerprint of this material?   Look at these isotopes and determine whether it’s a spike in background radiation and there isn’t anything to be concerned about, or whether this is, in fact, a bio-accumulation event that is occurring directly from the leakage from Fukushima as this disaster continues to unfold, because it hasn’t stopped.  These meltdowns that have occurred are ongoing, and it is significantly bigger than Chernobyl. And, I think that may be the reason for the lack of government response, and the lack of questions being answered.

“It’s certainly something that fits the facts.  I don’t want to be labeled a conspiracy theorist.  I’m just looking at it from a scientific standpoint.  I don’t know why some very basic, simple fundamental questions haven’t been answered right now. Or, at least the government saying, “We’re looking into it” – as opposed to either silence or blowing it off entirely.  That really bothers me.

Now, let’s take a look at some opposing viewpoints.  First is this article from PolicyMic.com: Fukushima Radiation Scare Stories Are Going Viral On the Internet. Are They Real Or Fake? The article concludes:

“With all of these Fukushima scare stories out there, it might be tempting to give in to the paranoia and start thinking the U.S. is going to become a nuclear wasteland. There are certainly enough people who want you to panic, at least. But don’t. As of right now, we’re not in much danger from Fukushima radiation. Thankfully, there are people who know what they’re talking about to remind us of the truth.”

The video below is a TV news report from Jan 6, 2014 that features UC Berkeley nuclear engineering professor Edward Morse, who dismissed a viral video that appears to show unusually high radiation readings on a beach in San Francisco, asserting it has no link to the ongoing Fukushima crisis in Japan:

“There’s absolutely no correlation with anything that happened in Fukushima.” 

What to believe?

Do your own research and use discernment.

As for me, I don’t know how professor Morse could state categorically that there is no correlation between the high radiation readings on a San Francisco beach and Fukushima.  How could he know that for certain?

I live near the beach in Santa Monica, which is about 350 miles south of San Francisco.  I have a friend who owns a Geiger counter.   I’m going to see if I can get her to come up and take some readings so that I can see for myself.

“Exceptionally rare” conjoined gray whale calves

Finally, the following video provides footage of the conjoined whale calves mentioned in the first video.  Earlier this week, fishermen found two “exceptionally rare” conjoined gray whale calves off the coast of Baja California. The whales were found alive in the Ojo de Liebre lagoon in the Baja California Peninsula but lived only a few hours. They were linked at the waist, with two full heads and tail fins.

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