Radiation from the Fukushima power plant is still dripping into the ocean.  Well, it is not only dripping in to the ocean.  There are several thousand gallons draining in to the ocean every day.  And – – in the summer, the water is warm, and evaporates.  The vaporized water is full of Radio active particles, and it drifts across the ocean to Alaska – Canada – the USA and often down to Mexico. Looking at this, I recommend you check out the facts for yourself, and you will know what to do.

Scientists note that because the Fukushima meltdown is at such devastating level, the days of eating fish from the Pacific ocean are over.

According to the creator of Nuclear Crimes, Andrew Kishner, the magnitude of the Fukushima radiation leaking into the ocean is active “downplayed” and is “becoming worse”.

Kishner has declared that TEPCO, the business who supervises of monitoring the plant, has confessed radiation has been leaking into the Pacific Ocean for the past six years.

He also claimed there is an estimated 300 to 450 storage tanks of infected Radio active water at the Fukushima plant. Many of the tanks are now starting to leak, and they do not know what to do with it.  There is too much radiation for people to work with it.  Who ever will work on it, has very little chance of survival.

Last year, it was reported that Tepco verified its plans to release radioactive material from the Fukushima plant into the ocean, specifying the choice has currently been made”.

According to researcher Ken Buesseler, who has analyzed the contaminated fish, the level of radiation may not be enough to toxin human beings.

However, his claims were immediately opposed by the researchers who stated there was “no such thing” as safe levels of radiation in foodstuff.

Nevertheless, his claims were right away opposed by the researchers who said there was “no such thing” as safe levels of radiation in foodstuff, adding that the days of “eating fish from the Pacific ocean are over”.

The infected water is thought to consist of traces of radioactive iodine, cesium, and strontium-89 and 90

The contaminated water is believed to include traces of radioactive iodine, cesium, and strontium-89 and 90. But in spite of efforts from the

Japanese government to control the problem, the fish have actually still been impacted by the sheer mass of the radiation gushing into the ocean.

Lots of fish in the region have now tested positive for large quantities of radiation resulting in the closure of fishing industries.

Many fish in the area have actually now checked favorable for substantial amounts of radiation leading to the closure of fishing markets.

New studies reveal that disconcerting levels of radiation in fish caught off the northwest coast of the United States and in Canada, which has actually been traced by to the power plant.

Parts of this article was reprinted from www.topbuzz.com