Fukushima Wave of Radiation Heading for the USA West Coast
The news of a large ocean radioactive plume is heading towards the United States and Canada’s west coast from Japan. The latest marine maps show the plume has already hit Hawaii just as the initial wave hit days after the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
Kevin Kamps explains the Nuclear damage coming to the United States and Canada
At the time of the earthquake and tsunami it was known by scientists that the radioactive damage would reach California within 2 to 3 years. But, it has arrived earlier than planned.
This is radioactive contamination emitted from Japan and is sweeping across the Pacific ocean to the west coast of the North American continent. The How Much radiation question remains in the hands of TEMPCO the power company that operates the nuclear plants and they are not revealing critical data to estimate how much radiation is coming to North America. What does this mean to people?
Well without any news reported of this in the mainstream media by scientists, and nuclear experts it is hard to determine what will be the outcome of the damaging radiation wave.
Most definitely any fishing areas off the west coast will be hit with this radioactive sludge material, from Alaska down to the Canadian salmon areas, down to fishing off the coast of western USA and Mexico. This will include whales, fish, shrimp and any food caught off the west coast in ocean waters.
TEMPCO dumped the nuclear waste into the ocean after being “strongly urged by the US government”. Since TEMPCO never had on site storage for their nuclear waste, they collected it within the reactors to accumulate.
After the many explosions, TEPCO can not account for the nuclear sewage waste that ran into the ocean continuously for one year now. For example, there is a 10 inch thick cesium sludge at the bottom of Tokyo Bay.
TEPCO also “burned” nuclear waste into the atmosphere bring the nuclear damage to the environment from Japan to a catastrophic failure level.
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