Levels of Cesium-134 from Fukushima “no risk to local ecology” on the U.S. Pacific coastline

There are people who actually want Fukushima to be blamed for destroying the Pacific Ocean and will go to great extremes to present what they consider “evidence” for this to be true. While not lightly dismissing the radioactive contamination flowing into the Pacific Ocean from the destroyed reactors in Fukushima, a post was put up the other day, suggesting glyphosate is the reason why the oceans are being destroyed. An article appeared in Sputnik two days ago referencing scientists in the U.S. and Canada who have concluded “there is no contamination risk to people or the local ecology on the Pacific coastline of the U.S. from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant in March, 2011”.

“Studying the waters of the Pacific coastline, scientists from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts and from Ottawa’s Fisheries and Oceans Canada found levels of Cesium-134, the radiation footprint of the Fukushima disaster, to be at levels below what a dental patient would be exposed to in a routine X-ray, according to the Associated Press.”

And further more, although radiation levels at Fukushima are considered “lethal”, there has been no melted fuel found inside the reactor water of the nuclear reactors in Fukushima. My suggestion to people is to start researching in a very serious way glyphosates being the reason causing all kinds of havoc in the oceans rather than attempting to blame the radioactive contamination coming off the reactors in Fukushima as the culprit responsible for destroying ocean life. The destruction if true from Glyphosates has probably been going on in the oceans long before the disaster in Fukushima on March 11, 2011.

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