Fukushima-waste-crossing-over    Now the U.S. government joins Japan and its Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) to deny the dangers of high levels of cesium radiation seeping into the Pacific Ocean that have now reached the United States. Both governments insists amounts of exposure are low, but scientists disagree.

Philip Ross in ‘Fukushima Radiation To Reach West Coast In April, Experts Weigh In On How Dangerous It Is’ posits that cesium isotopes “are among the most dangerous radionuclides because they emit flesh-penetrating gamma rays.”

Ross adds:  “ Radioactive isotopes decay over time, but their half-lives, meaning the time it takes for half the isotope to break down into a more stable material, can be pretty long.  Cesium 134, for example, has a half-life of two years.

Among the most alarming things his U.S.A. Today article includes is:  “Since the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, scientists say as many as 20 trillion becquerels of cesium 137, 10 trillion becquerels of strontium 90 and 40 trillion becquerels of tritium were released into the Pacific Ocean.

“Let’s not forget, however, that our oceans already contain vast amounts of radiation from nuclear power plants across the globe. Plants routinely pump radioactive water into our oceans, albeit less dangerous isotopes than cesium.”

Mikael Thalen of storyleak.com reveals that scientists collecting kelp off the coast of San Diego claim to have indeed found cesium in Pacific waters. Dr. Matthew Edwards, of San Diego State University explains: “. . . academic institutions have begun receiving results from samples of Bull Kelp and Giant Kelp collected along the California coast.

“Despite media attempts to downplay the ongoing disaster, the discovery has only confirmed the continued build up of radiation in West Coast waters. We’re trying to figure out how much is there and . . . is getting into the ecosystem.”

Thalen adds that––although the government denies any connection––some 70 American sailors from the USS Ronald Reagan who were part of rescue efforts during the 2011 Fukushima catastrophic nuclear spillage in Japan are now sick with brain tumors, thyroid cancers and leukemia.

With radiation levels over 1,400% above normal found on one California beach, ‘Bloomberg Business Week’ agrees that U.S. nuclear plants routinely dump radioactive chemicals into oceans:  “The runoff from the Japanese plant will mingle with radiation released by other atomic stations, such as Diablo Canyon.”

“Under normal operations, Diablo Canyon in California discharges more radiation into the sea, albeit of a less dangerous isotope, than the Fukushima station, which suffered the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl.”

Strangely, no known federal agency is monitoring U.S. Pacific Coasts waters for high levels of radiation.  Maybe its bluefin_tunabecause officials already know how such radiation slowly poisons this nation’s fish, deep aquifers and drinking water.  Shame on such leaders to depend upon such evil affectations to make a profit.

Christians must beg The LORD Jesus’ soon return to earth. Only He can save mankind from ruination. As Bible prophecies promise: “ . . . the government shall be upon His shoulder: and His Name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The Everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace (Isaiah 9:6).”

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