Have you ever wondered what comes out of those vent stacks at the average nuclear plant? In the video above, you can see from TEPCO provided information, that radiation in excess of 10 Sieverts (= to 10,000 mSieverts) or 1,000 REM was measured coming out of just this one Fukushima vent stack, possibly through a … Continue reading Every Nuclear Reactor & Recycling/Production Facility Emits Beta/Gamma Particles, Noble Gases, Iodine 131, And/Or Tritium
There are 177 tanks full of the most toxic, most highly radioactive waste products in the world, all of them concentrated at the Hanford Site. These 177 tanks were built in 1943, and are made of concrete and metal. A few of these tanks have double carbon steel liners. The Dept. of Energy knew back in … Continue reading Hanford; Leaking Radioactive Gas Into Air and Toxic Fluids Into Columbia River
According to the article; Human Health Problems at Two of the Most Polluted Places on Earth, the Savannah River Site in South Carolina is an 802 square kilometer complex that has been severely polluted by five decades of Nuclear Weapons production. It is now rated as one of the top ten most polluted and toxic … Continue reading Savannah River Site; Most Severely Radiation Polluted Place on Earth?
This is what radiation damage can look like in a cat, and this kitten is born on US soil. Since there are multiple nuclear reactors nearby, it is difficult to determine whether this damage is caused by radiation from Fukushima. This kind of damage can also be caused by 'normal emissions' from a nearby plant.Tests … Continue reading USA – Radiation Damaged, Mutated Kitten
In a rough transcript of the above video; Dr. Caldicott MD (a pediatrician) reports that radioactive tritium is highly carcinogenic, which means it is causing cancers. The cancer rate goes up in children the closer they live to nuclear power plants. These nuclear plants regularly release all kinds of cancer causing radioactive materials, including argon, … Continue reading 75% US Nuclear Plants Leaking Toxic Tritium Radiation Into Drinking Water Supply
All nuclear power plants require lots of cooling water, to keep the nuclear reactor cool, so they will not explode or melt down. After all, a nuclear reactor is just like a nuclear bomb, only in slow motion, with mechanisms to stop it from doing what nuclear bombs do best. So are nuclear power plants paying … Continue reading Nuclear Plants And Radioactive Water Contamination