Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Fukushima Radiation is Heading toward the West Coast. How do We Protect Ourselves?
Large amounts of debris from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster are going to be washing up on Western Pacific shores over the next six months. But how great is the actual danger, and if there is a real danger, how can we protect ourselves? So far, all the EPA has done is to raise the danger limit on background radiation. Does this mean that the US government will follow the Japanese government into the labyrinth of lies and denial? Over the next few months, we'll find out, and Dreamland will continue reporting on the situation truthfully and accurately.
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But assuming that radiation levels are going to get dangerous, exactly what can we expect? Will beaches be dangerous? Seafood caught off the West Coast? Produce farmed in the Imperial Valley? And what foods are most likely to become irradiated?
In this interview, Whitley Strieber and Linda Moulton Howe discuss these important issues, and also offer useful suggestions about self-protection.
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