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Fukushima Threatens The Continuation of Life as We Know It

Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 12 May - 12:14


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Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 12 May - 12:19


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Post  Panda on Sat 12 May - 17:43


Maybe this is why Penguins and Dolphins are dying in their hundreds and now Birds in Peru. I'm just wondering if it has anything to do with the Radiation leak in Japan.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 12 May - 19:15

Panda wrote:
Maybe this is why Penguins and Dolphins are dying in their hundreds and now Birds in Peru. I'm just wondering if it has anything to do with the Radiation leak in Japan.

I hadn't thought of that Panda, but I think you may be right.

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Post  tigger on Sat 12 May - 19:31

I've followed Arnie Gundersen from the start. It was lucky that he was interviewed just days after Fukushima happened by Russia Today - which is a very good news channel. Obviously have their own agenda too but at least you often get news there that the likes of the BBC never dare to send.
E.g. the aftermath in Lybia, which was and still is a total disaster.
His website is brilliant.

The way this is downplayed - compared to Chernobyl - although in France it was reported that the cloud never crossed the country, it made a 90 degree turn at the border apparently. What the French did however, is to invest in state of the art cancer treatments. Which is something I suppose.

I love Arnie, he's like a favourite uncle!

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Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 12 May - 19:38

tigger wrote:I've followed Arnie Gundersen from the start. It was lucky that he was interviewed just days after Fukushima happened by Russia Today - which is a very good news channel. Obviously have their own agenda too but at least you often get news there that the likes of the BBC never dare to send.
E.g. the aftermath in Lybia, which was and still is a total disaster.
His website is brilliant.

The way this is downplayed - compared to Chernobyl - although in France it was reported that the cloud never crossed the country, it made a 90 degree turn at the border apparently. What the French did however, is to invest in state of the art cancer treatments. Which is something I suppose.

I love Arnie, he's like a favourite uncle!

I hadn't heard of him before, tigger, but I'll seek out his web site. Thanks.

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Post  tigger on Sat 12 May - 19:52

AnnaEsse wrote:
tigger wrote:I've followed Arnie Gundersen from the start. It was lucky that he was interviewed just days after Fukushima happened by Russia Today - which is a very good news channel. Obviously have their own agenda too but at least you often get news there that the likes of the BBC never dare to send.
E.g. the aftermath in Lybia, which was and still is a total disaster.
His website is brilliant.

The way this is downplayed - compared to Chernobyl - although in France it was reported that the cloud never crossed the country, it made a 90 degree turn at the border apparently. What the French did however, is to invest in state of the art cancer treatments. Which is something I suppose.

I love Arnie, he's like a favourite uncle!

I hadn't heard of him before, tigger, but I'll seek out his web site. Thanks.

Fairewinds.com - in case you missed it.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 12 May - 19:57

tigger wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
tigger wrote:I've followed Arnie Gundersen from the start. It was lucky that he was interviewed just days after Fukushima happened by Russia Today - which is a very good news channel. Obviously have their own agenda too but at least you often get news there that the likes of the BBC never dare to send.
E.g. the aftermath in Lybia, which was and still is a total disaster.
His website is brilliant.

The way this is downplayed - compared to Chernobyl - although in France it was reported that the cloud never crossed the country, it made a 90 degree turn at the border apparently. What the French did however, is to invest in state of the art cancer treatments. Which is something I suppose.

I love Arnie, he's like a favourite uncle!

I hadn't heard of him before, tigger, but I'll seek out his web site. Thanks.

Fairewinds.com - in case you missed it.

Thanks tigger. I've been looking at videos of him on YouTube and I'll now go and look at his web site.

ETA: Just watching a video on the web site. Thanks again, tigger.

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