At the Very Least, Your Days of Eating Pacific Ocean Fish Are Over – with updates


RadiationOpinion by Gary Stamper

The heart-breaking news from Fukushima just keeps getting worse…a LOT worse…it is, quite simply, an out-of-control flow of death and destruction. TEPCO is finally admitting that radiation has been leaking to the Pacific Ocean all along. and it’s NOT over….

I find myself moving between the emotions of sorrow and anger.

It now appears that anywhere from 300 to possibly over 450 tons of contaminated water that contains radioactive iodone, cesium, and strontium-89 and 90, is flooding into the Pacific Ocean from the Fukushima Daichi site everyday. To give you an idea of how bad that actually is, Japanese experts estimate Fukushima’s fallout at 20-30 times as high as as the Hiroshima and Nagasaki nuclear bombings in 1945

There’s a lot you’re not being told. Oh, the information is out there, but you have to dig pretty deep to find it, and you won’t find it on the corporate-owned evening news.

    • An MSNBC article in April of 2012 reported that seals and polar bears were found to have “external maladies” that consisted of fur loss and open sores, obvious signs of radiation burns from the Fukushima meltdown, despite the conclusions of the article.
    • Fukushima radiation appears to be causing an epidemic of dead and starving Sea Lions in California and the FDA has refused to test for radiation
    • Update: Huffington Post reports that the reactors used “dirty fuel,” a combination of plutonium and uranium (MOX), which means we can never return to this place again. This comes from a Russian nuclear physicist who is an expert on the kinds of gasses being released at Fukushima.
    • .Almost a third more US West Coast newborns may face thyroid problems after Fukushima nuclear disaster
    • Contaminated water from Fukushima reactors could double radioactivity levels of US coastal waters in 5 years — “We were surprised at how quickly the tracer spread”

above: German Scientists have calculated the dispersion of Cs-137 in the Pacific Ocean

WHAT’S GOING ON WITH THE PACIFIC OCEAN FOOD CHAIN? – May 2013 – Researchers from the Japan Agency for Marine Earth Science and Technology reported in early 2012 that they have detected radioactive cesium from the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant in plankton collected from all 10 points in the Pacific they checked, with the highest levels at around 25 degrees north latitude and 150 degrees west longitude. Plankton, and the radiation they contain, moves right up the food chain through fish, whales, seals, etc., and when larger fish eat smaller fish. Kyodo: Highest levels of Fukushima contamination in plankton already east of Hawaii?

A WARNING TO SEAFOOD LOVERS EVERYWHEREScientists previously reported higher-than-expected concentrations of radiation in fish off Japan. Now there are calls for testing of seafood sold in the U.S. Although contaminated air, rainfall and even radioactive debris from Japan have drifted toward the U.S. West Coast since the disaster occurred 2 1/2 years ago, scientists are unclear about how the contaminated waters could impact the health of Americans, and while scientists say that 300 tons of contaminate water is diluted in the Pacific, no one knows how long that’s been going during those 2 1/2 years as we also now know TEPCO has been lying all along. Nuclear experts are calling on the U.S. government to test West Coast waters and Pacific seafood sold in the U.S. in the wake of Japan’s alarming admission about an ongoing radiation leak, something the EPA and the FDA have so far refused to do, as they are only testing imported fish, not wild-caught. WHY? The only way to protect your children and grandchildren is by NOT EATING SEAFOOD from the Pacific Ocean until we have better information. Source.Information posted at the website of heThe Department of Nuclear Engineering at the University of California recommends not buying any fish from the Pacific Ocean or western states, including Baja.

WHAT YOU HAVEN’T BEEN TOLD ABOUT FISH CONTAMINATION

  • Tissue samples taken from 15 bluefin caught in August, five months after the meltdowns at Fukushima Daiichi, all 15 contained reactor byproducts cesium-134 and cesium-137.
  • The 15 fish tested were only exposed to radiation for a short time. But bluefin arriving in California now will have been exposed to the Fukushima radiation for much longer.
  • Unlike some other compounds, radioactive cesium does not quickly sink to the sea bottom but remains dispersed in the water column, from the surface to the ocean floor. Fish can swim right through it, ingesting it through their gills, by taking in seawater or by eating organisms that have already taken it in.
  • The overwhelming scientific consensus is that there is no safe level of radiation … and radiation consumed and taken into the body is much more dangerous than background radiation.
  • The Telegraph notes that scientists tagged a bluefin tuna and found that it crossed between Japan and the West Coast three times in 600 days: All Pacific migratory fish are likely Fukushima contaminated. 
  • Why have Contaminated Alaskan Halibut been found even though halibut don’t migrate? The cesium-134 contamination from radioactive plumes doesn’t just fall on land.
  • Study shows Fukushima nuclear pollution becoming more concentrated as it approaches U.S. West Coast — Plume crosses ocean in a nearly straight line toward N. America — Appears to stay together with little dispersion (MODEL)
  • Pacific herring in Canada bleeding from eyeballs, faces, fins, tails — I’ve never seen fish looking this bad — All 100 examined were bloody — Officials informed of hemorrhaging soon after 3/11 — Gov’t ignoring problem.
  • Unprecedented: Sockeye salmon at dire historic low on Canada’s Pacific coast — “We think something happened in the ocean” — “The elders have never seen anything like this at all” — Alaska and Russia also affected.
  • Japan Times: Fukushima Daiichi radioactive water problems seem ‘uncontainable’ — Believed to be wreaking environmental havoc upon Pacific Ocean.
  • Reuters: Crisis deepening at Fukushima nuclear plant; Upgraded to ‘Level 3 Serious Incident’ — Represents a 100-fold increase in “severity of a radiological release” — Tepco says highly radioactive leakage continues, but unknown where from.
  • It’s more than obvious that TEPCO officials have no idea what they’re doing, and the big question is why aren’t world governments jumping in to contain what’s going on? Meanwhile, the Pacific Ocean may very well be dying.

Australian Physician and anti-nuclear advocate Dr. Helen Caldicott Warns of Contaminated Fish and Ocean

Japan Nuclear Crisis: The Dangers of Radiation

Also see this video of her speaking in 2012 

Quotes from Dr Caldicott

  • “Plumes of radioactivity from Fukushima are migrating in the Pacific towards the U.S. West Coast.”
  • “[Chernobel]] is one of the most monstrous cover-ups in the history of medicine”
  • “Then we extrapolate to japan. Japan is – by orders of magnitude – many times worse than Chernobyl.”
  • “I knew the three GE engineers who helped design the GE Mark 1 reactors. They resigned because they knew they were dangerous. Japan built them on an earthquake fault.”
  • Diablo and San Onofre are both built on earthquake faults, haven’t you seen enough of an earthquake to see what it does…and in a tsunami area.”


What is the greatest threat to humanity? We are, of course
….and our technology. Like a dangerous weapon in the hands of a child, technology has overtaken our capacity to control potential consequences Oxford University’s Future of Humanity Institute, led by director Nick Bostrom, says we have entered this new kind of technological era that we have no track record of  surviving.

Our technological intelligence may have the potential for creating a better world, but so far, in areas of the economy, genetics and biologics, arms and warfare, security and surveillance, as well as the environment and energy, technology is also completely indifferent to the law of unintended consequences.

Fukushima is what happens when we have the moral responsibility of infants and the technology of adults.

 

Update: August 16th, 2013

It’s been an interesting 36 hours: This website went from 200-300 visitors a day to 0ver 16,000 visitors yesterday and over 39,000 today (so far!). There have also been more comments than any other post that has appeared here, and honestly, the majority of them have been negative.

It started with the graphic that I posted. It turns out, unknowingly to me, that it was an image from NOAA that showed the Tsunami wave height that had been edited to look like the Pacific Ocean Fukushima radiation path.  I’m going to look for updated information and will change the graphic and accompanying information as soon as I have time to look for it. Unfortunately, the gigantic jump in viewership crashed my site and I’ve been working on that since yesterday morning. Support and I finally figured out what had happened and I have upgraded the site to handle the traffic.

The negative comments seem to be mostly from people who aren’t willing to have a conversation, demanding that I take the article down, that it’s not credible, that the information is garbage, and even with some resorting to name calling and insults. I have left them all up.  Even the one that says I don’t have dose counts. Well, if the FDA would actually do dose counts, we might be able to know that, but since they’ve refused to measure radiation, we can’t know.

We should just trust them when they tell us the radiation levels are safe (levels that keep on changing), that GMO’s are not harmful, that we don’t do do experiments on US citizens, that we’re not spying on the American people, the economy is improving, and that we should live in fear of terrorists. I ask, who are the real terrorists?

Support and I were concerned the the site crash was caused by a “denial of service attack,” but after checking the access logs, we agreed it wasn’t likely, but not out of the question. I find it unbelievable one article could cause that drastic of a jump in hits. There’s also been a significant number of new members, non of whom are paying or making donations. Let’s see if it holds. I doubt it.

I believe the article is credible and that while reasonable people can disagree, a lot of the negative comments a have a “climate-denier” feel to them. How many years has that argument been going on? Most people are going to believe what they want – or have to – believe. it’s not coming through mainstream sources so it can’t be true? Get real.

For those who say that if I don’t take the article down, “it clearly shows they are not interested in facts, only in trashing the system,” in case you haven’t noticed, the system needs no help being trashed…it’s perfectly capable of doing that itself.

Meanwhile, here’s some more fodder for the fodder cannons.

MSN: Nuclear experts call for testing U.S. West Coast waters and Pacific seafood for Fukushima contamination — “I definitely recommend FDA and EPA increase their vigilance”

The Fukushima Nightmare Gets Worse

Water, Water Everywhere: Incentives and Options at #Fukushima Daiichi and Beyond

Insight: After disaster, the deadliest part of Japan’s nuclear clean-up


Update: August 18th, 2013

The original map posted in the article that many pointed out was an edited version of wave height has been replaced with a video simulation from this article,  can also be viewed on You Tube, and  is originally from this website. Thanks to sharp and informed readers for sending me links. One commenter said that the simulation is sorely in need of updating as a result of new information, but does not post a link.

I’ll be responding to many of the comments and adding new information and updates  in tomorrow’s CIC Newsletter (issue #28, 4/19/2013), which will be solely dedicated to the Fukushima disaster and it’s implications. If you’re not on my mailing list, you can get on here or pick it up off of my Facebook page.

Update: August 21st, 2013

I have been accused of plagiarism and copyright violation from a source website (see the accusation here ) in spite of the message on the website that says, “DUST OFF YOUR BLOGS AND GET ACTIVE AGAIN ABOUT FUKUSHIMA! Share, like, tweet, flip out!.”

As many of you know, CIC is a non-commercial and educational 501(c)3 organization. I stand by the use of the quotes from that website because I feel that it falls within “Fair Use” parameters because we were acting in a “news reporting” mode providing commentary for the purpose of informing the public. Determination of whether copyright infringement has taken place can ultimately only be decided in a federal court. In the meantime, the legal department of my webhost, bluehost, has sent me an email stating that I must remove the article within 48 hours or they will take my website down. I’ll be contacting my attorney next and then issue a statement to them about fair use regulations. Here’s why this falls under fair use:

  • I have not profited from the use (we’re a non-profit)
  • There is no commercial activity
  • There is no entertainment
  • There is no bad-faith behavior (Links to the original sections were provided)
  • There is no denying credit to the quotes from the original author
  • The quotes were used for teaching
  • The quotes were used in a transformative use with an entirely different summation

Meantime, I have removed every quote and every link from that website, replacing them with other links and information that I believe do not affect the article whatsoever. This new version will stay up at  this point. I’ll keep you posted on any new developments.

Meanwhile, if you’re one of dozens of websites that have reposted my original article, you may freely repost this one with my permission, as even though may work is also copyrighted, anyone is free to repost it with a credit back to this website.

Update, Sept. 4th, 2013

Here’s a “see if you can stomach it” video from Steven Starr, Director of the Clinical Laboratory Science Program at the University of Missouri and is an Associate member of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation and has been published by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. His writings appear on the websites of PSR, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Center for Arms Control, Energy and Environmental Studies, Scientists for Global Responsibility, and the International Network of Scientists Against Proliferation. Since 2007, he has worked with the governments of Switzerland, Chile, and New Zealand, in support of their efforts at the United Nations to eliminate thousands of high-alert, launch-ready nuclear weapons.

Those you who compare the amount of potassium in bananas to the Fukushima release or who minimize the effects of the radiation really need to see this.

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340 Responses to “At the Very Least, Your Days of Eating Pacific Ocean Fish Are Over – with updates”

  1. Josh Says:

    The above picture of “radiation” is actually an edited version of a NOAA wave height map. Notice how it doesn’t have a map legend to tell you what the colors are, not does it have a title. This is misinformation right here.

  2. Gary Stamper Says:

    I just checked and apparently, you’re correct Josh. Here’s what appears to be the latest map I could find showing radiation in the Pacific up UNTIL March 2012. If the tsunami hit in May of 2011, and this map represents what happened over a span of 10 months, what do you suppose an updated map to August 2013 – 17 months later – might look like? I think I’ll stand by the representation shown in the article.

  3. diane2532342323 Says:

    Don’t consume anything made in the US? That ain’t gonna happen. Let’s be realistic!

  4. Gary Stamper Says:

    I think you’ve misread the article, Diane. No where does it say not consume anything made in the US…it does say not to consume wild-caught Pacific Ocean fish. And then there’s coretex in the Gulf of Mexico. As I said….our own worst enemy….

  5. anthony Says:

    Panic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Not

  6. Someone Says:

    The wave map does have a legend right on top of south america, but yes, it is a map of the tsunami wave height, NOT radiation. It’d be nice if these reporters would find an accurate map and switch them out.

  7. Juan Says:

    @Josh the legend is on the right

  8. GDawg Says:

    OMG… this is pseudo-science hyperventilation at its worst. Well, I’ve seen worse, but this is close. As always, it’s a lot easier to jump up and down about something (“the sky is falling, the sky is falling!”) than to think carefully about the meaning of observations… who cares where the Fukushima radioactivity goes? what’s important is HOW MUCH goes (i.e, dose) and its fate…

    Tuna all over the world (and everything else) has 14C from 1950s bomb tests in it, and people have been gobbling it up, but the dose is so low that it is statistically not visible. Except for very nearshore Japanese waters, the same is true with respect to Fukushima radiation.

    There is simply no evidence whatever to support the wild claims Stamper is making. Even for Japanese people the risks of elevated cancers are very low, in spite of all that radioactivity. Arm-waving about marine mammals, fish, babies in Cali, etc., is just plain silly.

    But have at it Chicken Little… use your platform and see what kind of attention you can get.

  9. rudy Says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4CBQO6DnBY
    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/sns-lat-austria-1-research-map-html,0,7400210.htmlpage

  10. Gary Stamper Says:

    GDawg…No evidence? You’re kidding, right? http://elitedaily.com/news/world/breaking-news-fukushima-radiation-affecting-americans-and-theres-no-way-to-stop-it/

  11. Yon Says:

    Most disturbing I am certain to all of us. The solution in regards to food production, like fish, is to establish facilities to produce these items that is not linked to the ocean. We are all aware of fish farming techniques however, non reach the intent of the Aqua=Terra T.W.I.N.S. (Trans-Web Infrastructure Network System) projects (www.aquaterraplanetaryholdings.us and http://www.invention.net/aquaterra). This is an idea to build a self-sustaining national and international single-standard system for advanced (350-4,000+ mph) transportation system, power-grid system, and self-sustaining land (Terra) and sea (Aqua) Stations producing food, fish, water, advanced and emergency shelter, and much more. In truth, this is one solution to the contamination caused by our selfish Human behavior and to resolve, we must build a self-sustaining system as the Aqua=Terra T.W.I.N.S.proposes.

  12. willem Says:

    just buy a geigerteller and check your goods on radioactivity

  13. Tony Plakas Says:

    Notice the legend is for centimeters. This is a map of tsunami wave height.

  14. mx Says:

    quit fighting.

  15. mx Says:

    please remove this misleading map which clearly states a unit of “cm” in the legend, referring to wave height, which has nothing to do with the spread of radiation

  16. Glen Says:

    This story is not credible. It begins with trying to pass off a map of wave height as if it was a map of radiation. Even if that was somehow an oversight (hard to believe) it shows a shocking inattention to detail. Then there is the statement that “Contaminated water from Fukushima reactors could double radioactivity levels of US coastal waters in 5 years”. Excuse me, how radioactive is the water now? So how radioactive is double that?

    The elitedaily story is just as bad. Same hysterical nonsense about the amount of contaminated water leaking into the Pacific Ocean, but not a word about how much actual radiation.

  17. David Otness Says:

    Writing from Alaska and being a lifelong commercial fisherman and merchant mariner in northern waters (now retired) I’ll ask for some substantiation on that halibut quote.
    In fact, there has been so much speculation and even fear mongering such as the above rolled-out graphic over the past two years. That said, I am not saying we don’t have an issue as large and as immediate as catastrophic climate change, likely one that will hasten the end of life as we knew it.
    I am not downplaying the seriousness of Fuk but the volumes of water in the Pacific Ocean are ENORMOUS and even 600tons per day needs to be broken down into units such as gallons/cubic volumes and last but not least, the actual levels of the contamination within these volumes.
    I still have questions regarding the seals which had lesions as I was on the Arctic Ocean doing research when that was reported. Those seals, if indeed proven irradiated (which they have not), could likely have picked it up from Soviet era leaking submarine reactor cores on the northern Siberian coast rather than having a severe dose all the way from northern Japan. Check the ocean currents, they flow west from Alaska.
    We never did get the answers there on the seals and that disturbs me, however I have not heard of any polar bears getting similar afflictions. Starvation and drowning continue to bedevil them as the ice fades away.
    There have been no further or recent reports of those sick seals and I get my news from both the research community and Alaskan sources.
    I have many Inupiat and Yupik friends on FaceBook and they are not reporting any ongoing anomalies, in fact they are telling of great meals even yesterday.
    My fish come from the northern Gulf of Alaska waters and my freezer id\s full and the fish are tasty as ever.
    Call me a fool if you wish, but I’m a well-fed fool at that and quite selective about what I eat.
    I worry most about the stored plutonium at those sites.
    That is the SHIT that will take us and most creatures out. out
    Cheers

  18. GDawg Says:

    Stamper: Please, evidence? what you’re presenting is a joke…. okay, maybe I should have been more clear: there is no credible scientific evidence supporting any of your wild claims or the “sky is falling” hyperbole.

    If you choose to suspend rationale thought and reason, then you can turn anything you want into “evidence” to support any claim you want. For example, just as your maps shows nothing about Fukushima radiation, the URL you provide proves zero about radaition impacts, zero, nadda. To repeat, it’s dose that counts (a little more complicated than that, but still it’s the factor that’s critical).

    So where’s your dose map? Where’s your dose-response story?

    Your “evidence” isn’t science. It’s little more than squawking. But squawk on CL, squawk on…

  19. Lisa Says:

    For those that dont believe…

    http://www.naturalnews.com/041610_Fukushima_radioactive_leak_state_of_emergency.html

  20. A Ryan Says:

    I agree on the map issue-casts doubt on the article.

  21. Laurie Says:

    Gary Stamper, even the “latest” map of radiation in the Pacific is not what you say it is. Here’s the site with that map: http://asrltd.com/japan/plume.php

    and please note the words below it, from ASR: “THIS IS NOT A REPRESENTATION OF THE RADIOACTIVE PLUME CONCENTRATION.” This is a representation only of where some of the marine life off the coast of Japan MAY have travelled since Fukushima. The authors make no assumption that that marine life was exposed to excessive levels of radioactivity.

    Here’s another link with some info, although I can’t vouch for its accuracy: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-03-10/fukushima-radiation-proves-less-deadly-than-feared.html

    Enough with the Chicken Little routine. Anyone can sound alarms and cause panic with misinformation, and misrepresenting what these two maps show is the worst of the worst. I’d suggest doing better research, if you really want to do a public service. There is absolutely no science to support this article, and no excuse for making the broad statements you do.

  22. Laurie Says:

    Scientists say the only safe amount of radioactivity is “zero”? Really? Good luck if you want to eat anything that’s every been exposed to sunlight. Or exposed to water that’s been exposed to sunlight.

  23. Any good plan Says:

    Why not flood the plant with concrete and then water.

  24. A Real Scientist Says:

    I can’t stand this mish-mash of data, a misleading graphic, and baseless fear mongering. There’s no evidence the fish caught in the Pacific have become radioactive as a result of Fukishima.

  25. B Says:

    Laurie- You confuse electromagnetic radiation with atomic radiation… Atomic radiation, which is subatomic particles being emitted from radioactive matter at very high velocities, is intensely more destructive than UV radiation from the sun, which is an electromagnetic wave and very weak by comparison, and does not pollute water… in fact, UV radiation sterilizes water (but can’t destroy radioactive contamination.)

  26. angela Says:

    Not only is this atrocity been a class A worlds worst blunder.. followed by lying to their staff to go repair everything to die a terrible death. Now the ocean and marine life is dying. I say if clean up is possible then get on it already. It’s not a matter of dollars and cents.. or Yen.. It is the environment in which your children and grand children will live in (or die in in this case??). So Step up to the plate and clean it up already!

  27. B Says:

    Any good plan- Flooding the plant with anything would only displace the contaminated water, forcing it out of the resevoirs that are supposed to be containing it in the first place even faster than leaving it alone. Containment is the only viable approach.

  28. Julie Clarity Says:

    This is the sort of thing that forces a body to adapt or die.

  29. Tom Burke Says:

    This guy heads up the article with a graphic of wave height which anyone reading the article would assume is some measure of radiation. He gets called on it and then says he stands behind the fraudulent graphic because a real graph of radiation might look like this. So, is anything else in the article correct or are all the statement he makes what the truth might look like, possibly, maybe,…

  30. Rob-old sailor Says:

    Yes,and everyone who eats carrots will die.

  31. Laurie Says:

    B: thank you for the clarification.

  32. Roger Skoff Says:

    After reading the article and the comments on it, I’m really proud of what I saw. Although the article is at best an environmentalist polemic, the people responding to it have been generally thoughtful, courteous and knowledgeable. Good. C. M. Kornbluth isn’t right yet and, if we keep it up, “The Marching Morons” may never get here at all. Celebrate! Eat fish! Kick a tree!

  33. me Says:

    its sad that the map is what steals the whole story. The map is suppose to be an example of how the radiation will spread. i believe its true that radiation is in the waters. however i believe if it were harmful to humans then it would be taken care of.Its sad that it will go untreated till then.

  34. asus3000 Says:

    For all those saying there is no credible news source and that it’s all just hyperbole. The 300 tons of seawater contamination is coming from this source:

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-08-12/fukushima-plant-workers-raise-safety-concerns/4879960

  35. asus3000 Says:

    Another article corroborates the 300 tons per day number: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-08-08/300-tonnes-of-radioactive-water-leaking-from-fukushima-into-pac/4872482

  36. John Says:

    This article is an opinion piece. I read the other articles quoted and those are opinion pieces as well. So sorry to burst anyone’s bubble, but overall, this is BS.

  37. knowfishbluefish Says:

    I sold my seafood wholesale business in Boston in 2001. For 15 years in that business I always marveled at the giant cancer tumors in Pacific caught Swordfish. It was a rarity to find cancer in Atlantic caught Swordfish. I was just now surprised to not find an immediate link when searching cancer rates in the fisheries. I don’t want to scare you, not all these fish had them, but plenty did. When I was digging them out from the collar or along the spine cartilage, I’d just think of all the testing in the atolls. ” We finally really did it.
    You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!”

  38. Dali Says:

    Gary, the article would be good if you would not made it up.
    When I find out the map is tsunami height, I felt shame how I could share on FB something like that. It could be a good beginning, but you better start again.

  39. Vic Says:

    Glow in the dark ocean for night swimming! AWESOME!!!!!!

  40. MR AIDAN G WALSH Says:

    I will say this clearly now, do not give up your firearms, the disaster at Japan was a nuclear weapon device…wake up people and take this and previous radiation disasters ‘kept quiet’ controlled media very very seriously…I have ‘internal ionization radiation injuries’ and I first started showing symptoms back in Montreal June 1990…U R all going to now come down with radiation injuries it cannot be stopped now it is in your entire food chains, water supplies and even in your rain drops, next it will be in your tears…I am very very serious about what I write and say online…All Gulf War Veterans will succumb to this plus their entire families, Doctors will say I think you have Chronic Lyme Disease or another b.s. story of Cronic Fatigue Syndrome but in the end I will tell you now so you do not have to waste your time and funds looking for a ‘proper diagnosis’it will be RADIATION INJURIES…they lied about 3 Mile Island they lied about Japan they lied about Chernobyl they lied about the over 2,000 atomic nuclear bomb explosions and the even lied ‘France’ about The Marshall Islands as well…I suggest 2 things now 1. Read the ‘Radiation Page’from The National CFIDS Foundation ‘a possible chance of a cure coming the best minds in medicine now involved’and donate if you can please,(THANKS) stop giving these corrupt controlled Governments your tax monies ‘donate now’ 2. under no circumstances do not give up your firearms but go out and stockpile more arms now…They do not give a shit whatsoever about any of you they have left us to slowly die now for decades!! 21ST CENTURY MEDICAL INTENTIONAL DISASTER COVER-UP!! THE BLOOD/ORGAN SUPPLY UNSAFE PLUS THEY ARE NOW USING VACCINES TO ‘IMMUNO SUPRESS’ YOU AND YOUR DOCTORS/NURSES DO NOT EVEN KNOW THIS…THANKS AIDAN BLESSES TO ALL OF YOU AND PROTECT YOUR CHILDREN NOW…*KEEP YOUR GUNS ;)

  41. James Oppenheimer Says:

    This article uses garbage information, as has been restated numerous times in the comments. If the originators do not take this down, it clearly shows they are not interested in facts, only in trashing the system.

    Shame.

  42. Steve Collins Says:

    Nobody is disputing that tons of contaminated water is flowing beneath the damaged nuclear plant. But there doesn’t appear to be any scientific evidence in the entire piece to back up anything that is asserted. It’s propaganda, sure, but that would be fine if it was citing genuine sources and verifiable facts. Instead, it’s just tossing out claims that don’t appear to be have any substance to them. To be generous, it’s shoddy. And the misleading graphic makes it downright terrible.

  43. Miska Says:

    Water is an excellent insulator against radioactivity. “Radioactive water” does not exist, only areas polluted by radioactive waiste. This article is a joke for anybody who has read any physics.

  44. Kristin Says:

    This is predicted in the bible…sad to say we will not like the outcome :( This is what I read when I see things like this and I get fearful.

    Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.
    2 I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress,
    my God, in whom I trust.”

    3 Surely he will save you
    from the fowler’s snare
    and from the deadly pestilence.

    4 He will cover you with his feathers,and under his wings you will find refuge; his faithfulness will be your shield and rampart.

    5 You will not fear the terror of night,nor the arrow that flies by day.

    6 nor the pestilence that stalks in the darkness,nor the plague that destroys at midday.

    7 A thousand may fall at your side,
    ten thousand at your right hand,
    but it will not come near you.

    8 You will only observe with your eyesand see the punishment of the wicked.

    9 If you say, “The Lord is my refuge,”and you make the Most High your dwelling,

    10 no harm will overtake you,
    no disaster will come near your tent.

    11 For he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways;

    12 they will lift you up in their hands,so that you will not strike your foot against a stone.

    13 You will tread on the lion and the cobra;you will trample the great lion and the serpent.

    14 “Because he loves me,” says the Lord, “I will rescue him; I will protect him, for he acknowledges my name.

    15 He will call on me, and I will answer him; I will be with him in trouble,I will deliver him and honor him.

    16 With long life I will satisfy him

  45. Trevor Says:

    Mr. Stamper, you clearly WANT this issue to be as sensational and scary as possible. Why else would you post that wave height map as a radiation map without being absolutely certain about what it was? Why else would you not take that map down the moment you found it to be incorrect? For this reason I can’t trust a word you say.

  46. kyler Says:

    I think you are a bit too biased in your article:

    For example:

    “Scientists say the only safe level of radiation is zero. YET, governments set ‘limits’ for radiation in food well above zero.”

    It is my understanding that there low levels of radiation in every city, and that includes radiation in our food resulting from it being in cities. a Zero level does not exist. If it does, i’d love to see a source on it. People need to read more articles that are written by experts and not ‘opinionated people’. As a result people believe a lot of bullshit pretty quickly.

    I do generally agree with the other stuff you’ve written.

  47. Jim Kayalar Says:

    Thank you for this article.THIS IS A GREAT ARTICLE! I am well hearsed in academia and can see that some of the data is flawed.But, the truth remains that the Fuki plant operators and the Japanese government covered this up and downplayed the dangers. They still are. That’s exactly what happened in Chernobyl. Two decades post Chernobyl I was asked if I had had radiation exposure at a routine checkup. I was 2500 miles away from Cherynobyl. The Fuki disaster continues unabated. Cooling with sea water was just a temporary fix. They are now debating dumping all the water in the storage tanks into the sea because there is no place left to store the radioactive water.

  48. Laura Says:

    I have been avoiding swimming at the beach in Cali for this very reason. Its a known fact that the radiation is not controlled and is leaking. And thats what they do tell you. Despite the inaccuracy of the picture, we should all be learning from this that nuclear power is not the answer. The plants in San Diego should be shut down. And liquids can be radioactive including water!!!

  49. John Says:

    The Earth itself is naturally radioactive, that’s why we have volcanoes and hot springs. Any food you eat that has potassium has radioactive potassium in it. Maybe Gary should also advocate boycotting bananas.

    And 450 tons of water actually isn’t that much, water is really heavy. It works out to a cube of water about 25 feet per side. Stick that into the ocean, and it’s nothing.

  50. Ethan Says:

    TAKE THE PHOTO DOWN! If you can update your article, you can take the photo down. It hurts the credibility of the article and the info it provides. TAKE IT DOWN NOW!

  51. He-man Says:

    450 tons is nothing… 450 tons equates to 14,289 Gallons. An olympic size swimming pool is about 660,000 gallons. In tons thats 20784 tons. Thanks for this shit article

  52. Tony C. Saladino-Director ECO-Tours of Wisconsin Inc. Says:

    I have studied radiation and the processes required to start up a nuke facility, the ties between “peaceful uses” of nuclear power and the weaponized stream of hot materials. Nothing you said is unexpected, but the image used is perhaps misleading. The currents and weather patterns sweep more of a Northward arc across the Pacific. In either case, whether it hits South America or North America first is of little consequence. Those who are not irate, demoralized or depressed about this long term terrorism created by the ruling elites are just not paying attention. When you get a better graphic, I would like to share your article on The Otherfish Wrap at blogspot.com I have been writing on this and other issues for several years and devoted several posts to the Fukushima disaster and the long term health affects that can be expected from such a wanton disregard for human and environmental health.

  53. Pam Pfeifer Says:

    Starvation could be the cause of the end of the world.

  54. DragonTat2 Says:

    Thank you. This is vital information, despite the error in the image.
    People are dying~

  55. KT Says:

    If the map is wrong, then please take it down and put a map up that is right. The only map that I trust right now is radiation map that is crowd sourced in Japan. http://www.safecast.org

    There is no good map of radiation for an area as large as the Pacific Ocean. You have to depend on computer simulation for debris spread. Here is one:

    http://jeromiewilliams.com/2013/07/29/holy-fukushima-is-your-drinking-water-safe-from-japanese-radiation/

    and here is another one.

    http://fukushima-diary.com/2012/05/does-radiation-travel-across-the-sea/

  56. Carlos Ortega Says:

    Just watched “V is for Vendetta” for the first time, just yesterday, august 16th, 2013. It seemed fitting. It’s time for the world population to wake up and tell governments that is time to serve and protect the people they serve, instead of send them (us) to wars, to induced economic crises, to eat GMO poisoned food and so much more.

  57. Gale Steelman Says:

    I WOULD listen to Dr. Caldicott, though, she’s been studying the effects of radiation for years and years. She has a lot of information that people should take the time to look into.

  58. deebs Says:

    are the naysayers willfuly ignorant or propagandists? honestly, i dont see how any argument against this reality can be considered anything but IGNORANT (which is “to ignore”). it is impossible to get “good graphics” when radiation monitoring has been censored. we find ourselves int the orwellian age of the doublespeakers and anti-informationist media saboteurs. but graphics or not, the truth is, NO AMMOUNT OF NUCLEAR RADIATION IS SAFE. period….

  59. Big Jim Jr Says:

    Interesting article. Not exactly correct but still has valid points. But you should know some things first.

    Miska is correct. There is no such thing as radioactive water. Radiation pollution comes from radioactive particles as you correctly stated. These particles are exactly that, tiny particles. They are released any time a nuclear or xray release happens. There are many types of particles, some worse than others.

    The most important thing to know is these particles are heavy. That means they sink whenever released. Whether it be in air or water. Hence the term “nuclear fallout”. The particles can be spread by many means. Wind, carriers like people walking through contaminated areas, water flows etc. But the particles always sink.

    That means that in water, all radiation sinks to the bottom. Leaving the water uncontaminated but not the bottom of the container. That could be the tank, barrel or the ocean bottom. Currents will carry the particles only as far as it takes them to sink to the bottom.

    At that point, only disturbing the bottom will continue to spread the particles. That disturbing can be a storm, fish, bottom dwelling critters etc. But the particles will only go far enough to sink back down.

    Now, as these particles move across the bottom, sooner or later they fall into deep holes, trenches, valleys etc. Where little life exists and currents are mild. As the radiation sits, it becomes covered up in silt, slowing being buried where they no longer move. At that point the only danger they pose is to digging into the silt.

    So the radioactive particles will never reach the US.

    But, there is a possibility that fish and shellfish that pick up the particles in Japan, would carry them to the US. That is why the feds are only testing imported fish.

    On long migrating fish like tuna, they have to eat something containing the particles. So unless they are eating crabs or other fish that eat bottom dwellers, the radiation stays put. As more fish eat particles and carry them, sooner or later they die and the particles sink again. Unless we catch them and eat them.

    Think about the atomic bombs tests of the ’40′s-’60′s on Pacific Atolls. Only the area around the atolls, the bottom, are radioactive. Otherwise we would all be so contaminated that we would have six eyes, three fingers etc.

    I wouldn’t worry about eating US products. I would worry about eating Japanese products. Just like I worry about eating ANYTHING from overseas.

  60. lindsay Says:

    Ok seriously people! You are in a very serious state of denial if you say that this is all lies and we are over reacting. Do the math 300 tons of nuclear run off has leaked into the ocean everyday for 17 months! Approximately 145,000 tons in total. Thousands of fish are washing up on shores dead. Just like the first wave of victims from trinobyl. And we are going to keep consuming these contaminated fish. FDA says it’s safe so it must be. They would never lie to us about what we are eating. Surely they would tell us if the food we eat will give us cancer or cause our children to have develope mental disorders, or cause future children to be born with terrible deformities. And remember GMO is good for you too. ‘merica the home of the brave. Just remember it’s a fine line between bravery and stupidity.

  61. Terry Says:

    1 in 2.5 men and 1 in 2.6 women now get cancer. False flag operations Camera’s everywhere. Bank bailouts? Everything is going to hell in a handbag and still you cannot get your “educated” heads around what is going on? What are you doubters going to say when you get cancer? In less than, what is it, 200 years we have managed to pretty much guaranty our extinction. Not only that we need to make sure and take out ALL life when we go. I’m thinking that with high intelligence comes arrogance to match. I call it mental illness, and we the people let these people rule over us? Because they have more colored paper than we do? it all goes together and it spells certain death. Slow and painful. I have no faith in any government. They have no honesty and have sold us like cattle at an auction for pennies on the dollar. It all has to stop now. But is it too late? I guess by the time we realize that racism and other tactics “they” use to keep us from getting together and putting a stop to this utterly useless stupid self destructive one way ticket to hell, it will be too late!!! If it’s not already. I for one am wondering how we are going to get ourselves out of this mess. I guess we’ll have to die. Call me what you want I don’t need the fine details to see where this is going to end up.

  62. Terry Says:

    Mr. Aiden G Walsh I believe you hit the nail on the head!!!!! I have a hard time to get out of bed some days and I never went to war, or even near where one was being fought. They came and took my guns and I almost went to jail. I’ll get more and hide the damned things till the day when I need them to defend my family. I’m becoming a prepper slowly . Got a long way to go before I feel ready but when the shit hits the fan I want to one of the first to start taking these bastards out. Thank you for your words. I wish I knew afew billion more like you. Then we could set them straight!!! Do or die. I’ll die, but first I want to take some of these assholes with me.

  63. John Eriksson Says:

    Compare this to the rubber duckies that was lost in the pacific 20 years ago. Its like a map drawing the currents from fukushima.

    http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/wilderness-resources/stories/what-can-28000-rubber-duckies-lost-at-sea-teach-us-about-

  64. Terry Says:

    I can’t help it but I have to say it. Some guy on here says that this is an opinion piece? Get your head out of your ass and look around my friend. is the rate of people dying of cancer also just an opinion? Well, it’s my opinion that everybody needs to WAKE THE HELL UP! You too dude. To the lady with the bible? That book isn’t going to save you, or anybody else. Too bad but we all are going to have to roll up our sleeves and get dirty!

  65. AK Says:

    Great piece Gary, but please cite where you actually got main chunks of the article’s content.
    The sections ‘IS THE PACIFIC OCEAN FOOD CHAIN DOOMED?’,'SEAFOOD LOVERS ACROSS THE WORLD’ and ‘KEYPOINTS ABOUT FISH CONTAMINATION’ are taken from a webpage at NuclearCrimes.org.

  66. Crickett Green Says:

    Well my research vessel is getting ready to head out into the Pacific Ocean and once and for all find the answers. Time for everyone to put up some funds to help the expedition. We will be taking water samples, tissue samples from marine life, and doing complete radioactivity scans of the major portion of the northern Pacific, then swinging down the west coast of the Americas. We will get the answers. Our findings will be double checked by two University labs. The results will be posted on our site and the video of the entire voyage will be available on You Tube. For more info go to my website http://spectresquad.wix.com/sea-ghost-rescue-

  67. hueman Says:

    Well, that’ll keep Mr Burns and Smithers happy down in Springfield – They’ll be having plenty more of them 3 eyed fish for dinner in the future! ;)

  68. Tom Says:

    Do we think that the contaminated water in the Pacific will ONLY stay in the Pacific?

  69. Tony from Vancouver Says:

    Keep up the good work. You are on the right path and we know from the negative comments ” Me thinks he does protest too much”

    I have said for 2 years, when the first 2 headed salmon shows up in the Fraser River(one of the largest salmon rivers in the world) then perhaps people will go “oh”.

    God;s speed all

  70. Cecile Says:

    The substance of this article is solid. There may be detail-problems: use of the tsunami wave map, and the statistic that 1/3 of babies born after fkuushima show thyroid involvement. The original statistic came from Joe Mangano & Janet Sherman, epidemiologists: an increase of 35% in infant mortality on western coast united states (plus Boise).
    For full background see Devil’s Tango: How I Learned the Fukushma Step by Step, revised edition, published by WingsPress.com. From its inception, DEvil’s Tango points to the real magnitude of this planetary catastrophy.

  71. runningman55 Says:

    In AU this has been all over the main stream media for weeks. Came back to the states and can find very little here. There is a lot of good evidence to back this up.

  72. John Says:

    You do realize that when you put false information up about radiation that people get scared and do stupid things like overdose on iodine tablets right? Do you feel comfortable knowing what you know now about this article you wrote? There are so many lies and false information in it that I can only guess you are intentionally trying to hurt people.

  73. Erin Says:

    Fuku was a nuclear bomb and so was the earthquake.

    See www. Jimstonefreelance.com….. for proof.

  74. Jim Says:

    Reminds me of the Dawn of the Dead remake press conference. Serious stuff.

  75. Jerry C Says:

    For those who simply want to split hairs on all the ‘details’ or the validity of the information presented in this article itself and you’re hell bent for leather to keep right on eating the stuff that comes out of the Pacific or the gulf, or from the shores of Japan – go for it… please feel free to indulge yourselves… enjoy the moment… I’ll just sit back and smile….

  76. lollerskate Says:

    It’s a shame the internet can be used for this.. The good news is people that write these types of articles, or support those that do, are all talk and never actually do anything. So at worst they’re just clutter, not a real threat to progress.

  77. Catfish Says:

    I remember a few months after this happend, I would google “rad levels in rain” for my home st and other, I found 400-800% higher than normal, sounds like a huge amount but realize its 4-8 times higher, nothing to scoff at in any case

  78. V Says:

    At the very least, the dates of the video so not match – the article says the video was on March 22, 2012, and the video itself is from March 18, 2011. The disaster was on March 11, 2011….a bit of a disconnect.

  79. Pacific Sea Food Warning Says:

    [...] GA_googleFillSlot("TaurusArmed-300P"); Something to consider when looking for fish. I put Gulf of Mexico sea food on the "once in a blue moon" list due to the Corexit/oil cocktail in the water column, and Pacific sea food is on the "Heck to the Naw!" list. At the Very Least, Your Days of Eating Pacific Ocean Fish Are Over [...]

  80. Joe Barry Says:

    Cowah Bunga dude; the surface is rad in California.

  81. Thomas Says:

    Hah. I think currently, something like 50% of Japanese men are smokers, some of the highest smoking rates in the world, and also, one of the highest longevity rates in the world too – until Fukushima that is. But – like all things in this world mean to deceive and mislead – and also in order to get out of assuming financial responsibilities – I am certain UN, WHO, etc. will send in the Anti-Smoking Industry to distort facts, come up with junk statistics, call it “truth” and thus “prove” that the upsurge in Japanese deaths from Fukushima are not really from radiation, not at all – but BECAUSE OF THE SMOKERS – of course! And – to make matters lovely – everyone in the MSM and mainstream thought, throughout the world, will oh-so-believe-it – too! And nobody will question it – not now, not ever. First hand, second hand, third hand, fourth hand tobacco smoke- THAT’s what’s causing all those deaths and time to tighten up brutality and tyranny against “them smokers” – better to get everyone to oh-so-believe that, than understand radiation release into the atmosphere since the 1940′s and now into the oceans thanks to Fukushima.

  82. VickyinSD Says:

    Despite the misleading graphic, the video says it all… WAKE UP and PAY ATTENTION people!

    This is from an article posted on a Canadian news site yesterday…

    “On Aug. 14, Reuters reported that Tepco was preparing to remove 400 tonnes of “highly irradiated” spent fuel from the severely damaged Reactor Four building.

    The operation, set to start in November and expected to take one year, has never been attempted on this scale and, according to nuclear experts, “is fraught with danger, including the possibility of a large release of radiation if a fuel assembly breaks, gets stuck or gets too close to an adjacent bundle,” the news agency reported.

    The radiation contained in the fuel pools in Reactor Four is equivalent to 14,000 times the amount released in the atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima 68 years ago, the Reuters report said.

    In their World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2013, independent scientists Mycle Schneider and Antony Froggat wrote: “Full release from the Unit-4 spent fuel pool, without any containment or control, could cause by far the most serious radiological disaster to date.”

    http://www.coastreporter.net/article/20130816/SECHELT0302/308169974/-1/sechelt/nuclear-crisis-reaching-critical-stage

  83. laura m. Says:

    Fish farming is the answer in certain parts of the world incl. most of the U.S. Seafood is unfit to eat even in Gulf Mex. for decades, as gulf is contaminated with chemical run off and raw sewage from the Miss. river and coastal cities down to Key west. I eat Atlantic salmon and N. sea haddock, etc.but no more shellfish. In the 60′s up to the early 80′s I ate shrimp, oysters, etc. from the gulf; no longer safe.

  84. Chavez Says:

    Wow…some comments here are incredibly shallow. This a disaster that need attention by the POTUS. It is the arms industry backing nuclear energy. We should immediately close all of our nuclear power plants and safely dismantle them. If any elected official says that we should support nuclear energy, that should be one litmus test to vote them out. In due time it will happen here or elsewhere.

  85. ding Says:

    Ahh… The FDA is not the only one who can officially test the dead dolphins for radiation.

    This info/article is mis-leading on that point, to create a headline hysteria.

    Stop this crap and do some of your own leg work and research on this before you print.

  86. Hans Says:

    What about the french nuke testing at mururoa atoll??? they let bombs off actually in the water…that was years ago.

  87. River Rat Says:

    http://www.infiniteunknown.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/US-NRC-Japan-Fallout-Map-From-Destroyed-Fukushima-Daiichi-Nuclear-Plant.jpg

  88. Jeff Says:

    I’m amazed half these commenters could pass the math question in order to comment.

  89. Benjamin Chung Says:

    The only completely safe and right thing to do is 1.) Outlaw nuclear energy power plants in the USA and around the world.-The world doesn’t need any more Chernobyls, Three Mile Islands, and Fukushima’s to contaminate and destroy the genetic heritage of life on the earth. 2.) Hold the people accountable who pushed this cancer causing death inducing, environment polluting hateful wasteful and ugly technology , hold them accountable and let them know they were wrong to exchange life for greedy profit. 3.) Stay alert and trust God and fight the good fight against corruption, environmentally degrading unethical businesses around the world, against bureuacratic corruption and corrupt governmental groups hiding behind institutions like wolves in sheeps clothing(the worst kind of them all)….Remember Charleston Heston, remember “all men are created equal and endowed by the creator with certain inalienable rights and among those rights are the right to life, to liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” This is the only basis for US government and too much of the basics is being stifled and silenced! be informed and do the right thing and stand up for what is right! We owe it to the future generations.

    You see what many people fail to understand; and in doing so they are betraying their very own selves(to thine own self be true); is that the environment is a global one. That destruction to nature anywhere will find its way into everywhere else( weather changes, pollution, polluting technology, industrial wastes, etc.) So whenever we accept pollution and unethical behavior anywhere we are indirectly at the very least contributing to the disaster that is now killing us. Fukushima is another prime example of this. Wake up! Trust in Jesus who has overcome the world! Even death gets destroyed by God in the end! Don’t be one of those who decided it was okay to kill innocents and to pollute the world!

  90. Naj Says:

    @He-man…

    Both of your conversions are grossly incorrect, a magnitude of order off.

  91. Rmf Says:

    Despite the map mistake, I think the general tone of alarm is valid. The scary thing is that the Japanese authorities and media are saying almost nothing about the possibility of cesium-tainted seafood. Japanese friends continue to post photos of seafood dinners that they and their children are eating. The only neutral thought I have is that maybe the Greater Intelligence that imbues the Universe is clearing out the human race for some future species to thrive. Our out-of-balance with Nature stupidity is merely a tool in the process. As the late great George Carlin said, “The Earth will be fine folks. But you’re going away. Time to pack your bags. “

  92. Nosson Says:

    Wow so many of you rushing to stick your heads in the ground like an ostrich “the map is wrong” oh well they had a bad graphic designer for the page. But the science is real.and all of the comments including swearing.Why? This is simply a very real warning about the future of all of our children.if you cannot understand the damage that Radioactive isotopes pose feel free to ingest some .Then i wont have to read the nonsense you naysayers are posting. Thank you to the writers for being brave enough to speak the truth

  93. Mike Says:

    I’m just glad Obama’s on the ball and focusing on saving the planet from global warming, or is that global cooling, ah…..just climate change since it keeps changing. Besides climate change sounds better coming from the man of change. Fukushima who?

  94. Facepalm Says:

    …. (Takes a deep breath and tries to choose my words carefully so I don’t get shot down by one of the above trolls)…..

    Okay, okay, so stepping beside the mistake with the map, the fact that our seas are contaminated with our waste (both nuclear and non bio degradable), global warming is real, cancer is fatal, and a bunch of people spend money on weapons to protect themselves against “them” because the billion rest of us need to wake up – can I ask you to consider what difference all this makes on your own individual mortality and future?

    Can we agree that as human beings, all being exposed to different dangers in our own individual surroundings we share an even mortality? Not as much how many chances of dying from our exposure to our surroundings, but the fact that there is always a fatal disease, accident, incident or stray bullet just around the corner. Regardless of who did what and who is right here, the above comments really show the width and diversity of our beliefs and stand points. And you know what folks, they are a lot more scary than radioactive tuna and glow in the dark sushi.

    I am not going to argue against any of the above comments because they are just too varied and some more crazy than others, but essentially all have some chance of being right. So it really makes no difference at all. The only thing that would make a difference would be if we stopped addressing each other as “them”, considered not owning any weapon we wouldn’t want used on ourselves, realized that the Internet is not a source of real knowledge but a collection of the worlds information (and stacks of craziness), and actually boycotted every government or corporation that pollutes or wages war on our shared global society. But that is never going to happen, is it!? I would like to believe in “US” and a global agreement, but its pure science fiction and a utopian dream. Sadly things need to get a lot worse before we see any kind of real international cooperation and synergy.

    At this point in my comment, three of you are preparing to troll me, some have moved on to the sport results, several are now looking at cat videos, a lot of people are back on Facebook, most of you are tired, and nearly all of you need to go to sleep.

    If one or two decided to enjoy the rest of their lives never stepping on other people, getting into pointless arguments on the net, or ever threatening to shoot the neighbors dog again, well done. I am glad I could share my thoughts with you, from one humble human to another.

    One final note to those of us with personal faith, guns, cancer, aids, radiation sickness, no passport, or any life shortening disease: four of these are non-curable and I really pray that you will enjoy the life you have left to the fullest, two of these can be fixed by spending your money on traveling as much as possible, and only one is the way to your personal freedom. I’ll give you a hint, the last one is’nt guns.

  95. k.manley Says:

    The Bible doesn’t save, but God does. He created it all. He sees all and remembers all. So if you are one of His kids, you will be protected. Pray and listen. There is evil and there is God. Who do you stand with??

  96. FlyingCosak Says:

    here we sit as pawns you know that this world is ran by commerce ,corporations have more power than governments so they raise the bars for toxic limits and create recessions and depressions to suppress the middle class from stopping the greed factor ,everyone should realize that these guys are supposed to work for us not against us ,its time for us to unite and pull our heads out of the sand and become the human beings we are entitled to be

  97. benwelgoed Says:

    About this being an ‘opinion piece’: Well, Gary signed up for that, considering that right under the headline it says: “Opinion by Gary Stamper”.

    Now about that “Scientists say the only safe level of radiation is zero.” In a way that’s true, since one cannot predict the damage that occurs. However, we ourselves, all living beings, dead objects, and everything we eat, drink and breath, ALL contain some low concentration of radioactive elements, causing what is called the ‘background radiation level’. There is no escaping from that, and so, the Scientists’ statement is as red a herring as it comes, and totally useless. It would be way more helpful to state the levels recorded and to compare that to the known background radiation level for various environments. Seems any and all official entities are falling short of their duty to measure the actual levels and to write a comprehensive comparison report on it all.

  98. Annie Simmonds Says:

    This is a world disaster, for it affects the world as a whole. I find it incomprehensible that governments have not taken this more seriously, and that most of the information has been kept from the public. There is no way yet of knowing how this might increase cancers in people throughout the world, as we are already poisoning ourselves with GM foods, antibiotics in animals and fish that s farmed. The human race is the most destructful species on this planet, and we had all better wake up and stop this insane destruction.

  99. Joe Hess Says:

    A suggestion? I’m not going to jump on either side of the assumption bandwagon, until I independently run a test proving to myself that your findings are true I’m not buying your golden wisdom, but I’m going to be more wary about what I feed myself and my family to be sure. Want more people to feel at ease about the information provided here? The entire article has the feel of hastily gathered notes and facts, not the polished feel of a well-formulated and presented body of information, and that rough feel isn’t going to help your goal of getting people to hear what you have to say. I know it’s getting in bed with a devil you may not like, but we’re all sleeping with it… clean your article up, make it more presentable, and you’ll have a bigger audience, whether you are speaking high truth or are hoodwinking us as much as you say the mainstream mindset, media and institution is…

  100. Kay Says:

    I am disgusted it read statements from people claiming the radiation will never reach the US and the radiation is diluted and not as bad as people think. Childhood leukemia is up 250% on the west coast of the USA. The clicks per minute of radiation is running 500-1000 across the country when it used to be 5 cpm of just solar radiation. I measured what was in the CPM in the USA and it contained plutonium 238/239 reactor and weapons grade, cesium 134, cesium 137, iodine 131, neptunium, strontium 90. This is what people are breathing and in the last few days the reactor started to steam and release radiation gases. The radiation from Fukushima is in every part of the world and there is no safe or diluted amount of radiation that won’t cause or DNA damage. Look at one particle of Plutonium in your lung does to lung tissue.

  101. JustAnotherFace Says:

    After Reading this article (And many others) about The Fukushima Incident and the Fallout, I have, along with most everyone else here, Decided that I am now an expert on Nuclear accidents and Radiation, making the Following statements I make on here law and Irrefutable.

    Radioactivity is bad. Prove me wrong. If ANY amount has leaked (Past) or is leaking (present) into the ocean, we need to find out why/where/how much and what the affects will be. Argue that point. I dare ya. *Insert pulp fiction scene here*

    Next,
    Give the guy a break people. He’s trying to do the research that each of you excuses-for-humanbeings should have been doing in the first place. Now you only do it (Very little of it) to criticize him. And to what end? Grow up and realize that what’s going on here is bigger than all of us.

    And even if you don’t agree with the information, Whether this is a huge problem or not yet is irrelevant at this point (Bear with me). The problem is that WE DONT KNOW WHETHER IT IS OR NOT. “Well why not?” It has the POTENTIAL to be a HUGE problem, and that’s an understatement. So why the hell don’t we know for sure if it’s something that could be such a big deal? Why doesn’t anyone Care? Beats me. We NEED to know in case it is. We can’t afford to be wrong. No single person or group of any kind is in a position to say otherwise. It’s MY Earth, and it’s YOUR Earth.

    Do your own damn homework before preaching. All of it. Welcome to the internet.

    And Thank you Gary Stamper for your previous and continuing effort to keep our lazy asses informed.

  102. aussie Says:

    Best reference for radiation spread can be found here.. http://sirocco.omp.obs-mip.fr/outils/Symphonie/Produits/Japan/SymphoniePreviJapan.htm

    Stands to reason ocean currents will have a play.

  103. michelle Says:

    I am apt to overlook the map. Common sense tells me that pollution of the seas and contamination of thefood chain is real and continues to run amuck.

    eas and contamination of they food chain is

  104. Carl Toothman Says:

    All of the above could have been avoided if humans had enough sense to understand that we are not rabbits or rats, breeding out of control causing our present day population explosion, the root of all our evils.

  105. ErinLea Says:

    IF YOU WANT THIS ARTICLE TAKEN SERIOUSLY, PLEASE PROVIDE AN INFOGRAPHIC THAT SHOWS A LEGEND, DATE, AND SOURCE LINK.

  106. filipreneurs Says:

    This is scary if true. Do we have options left?

  107. Michael Says:

    how is this fallout any different than the fallouts caused by the USA testing nukes in the pacific from 1946 to 1962… do you want to point out who’s most likely the country that causes cancer due to radiation, and how we can’t eat seafood from the pacific? yah right…

  108. feman Says:

    Just another “news” article exploiting the ignorant with fear, same as the main-stream media do.
    Using a wave-height map as a radiation map in full knowledge that the casual reader will take it at face value totally undermines the authors credibility.
    In addition, 450 tons of radioactive water added to the pacific is diluted to negligible levels. The pacific contains 2,800,000,000,000,000,000 tons of water.
    The earth is naturally radioactive and there is no such thing as zero radiation anywhere on the planet, so if you want zero risk, you need too leave our solar system. Good luck with that.
    Please report the truth. Lies only serve to weaken any arguments made that address real threats to the planets health.

  109. finnishwahine Says:

    the japanese dont give a shit…they will just take their factory ships to the other side of the planet. they rape and pilage without a thought to anyone but themselves. i do NOT feel sorry for them for anything that happened during wwII, you can bet you hinney that if they had the bomb first they would of dropped it without hesitation…pearl harbor just an example of their actions. they fish right off of kauai which is way illegal…i have seen their boats. they will fish the oceans till there is nothing left. they kill whales just because they want to. they dont consume it, they have tons of frozen whale meat and it it totally illegal to kill any whale. now they are threatened by this. if anyone thought they were being ho nest about what was freely flowing into the ocean is nuts. i have a friend in hawaii who is a captain of big vessels and they avoid japan because if they get any radiation on their hulls they will be denied entry into other harbors around the world! of course the governement is lying to us…duh

  110. INCIDENTE FUKUSHIMA aggiornamenti - Pagina 25 Says:

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  111. Stilts Says:

    Wow! So much negativity here! So many people completely dismissing the ENTIRE article because the dude used the wrong graphic! Are you kidding me? All of these armchair scientists shouting down the article and the stats used therein. I wonder if these naysayers are also climate change deniers??? The two sound an awfully lot alike…

  112. LeeSummit Says:

    So… this new video…

    if you read the actual article it comes from (http://environmentalresearchweb.org/cws/article/news/50176), it says this in the second to last paragraph:

    “Tentatively assuming a value of 10 petabecquerel (PBq) for the net 137Caesium (Cs) input during the first weeks after the Fukushima incident, the simulation suggests a rapid dilution of peak radioactivity values to about 10 Bq/m³ during the first 2 years, followed by a gradual decline to 1–2 Bq/m³ over the next 4–7 years. The total peak radioactivity levels would then be about twice the pre-Fukushima values. “While this may sound alarming, these levels are still lower than those permitted for drinking water,” said Böning.”

    So, again… full context is important. Whether you mistake wave height for radiation, or say “the amount of radiation is going to double in the Pacific” without mentioning that double the amount of radiation is still considered a safe amount for drinking water… what you’re doing is lying by leaving out part of the story. The word for this is “prevaricating”. Learn it, because this word seems to be the whole foundation on which you stand.

  113. Jeanne Says:

    These very things going on right now are the result of man ruining the earth for selfish gain….Even though some sincere efforts are being made today to reverse the damage to earth and its resources, many are concerned that such efforts are too little too late. The only permanent solution is found at Revelation 11:18. There the Bible states that Jehovah will “bring to ruin those ruining the earth.” Jehovah will not only eliminate the mismanagement of the earth and its resources but also ensure that the earth will produce abundantly for all its inhabitants. All obstinate disregard for God’s purpose and all exploitation of the earth for selfish personal advantage will be put to a stop. On the other hand, those who willingly support Jehovah’s rulership will experience the reality of the words found at Psalm 72:16: “There will come to be plenty of grain on the earth; on the top of the mountains there will be an overflow.”

    In his infinite love and wisdom, Jehovah has purposed that mankind will live in and care for their home—a paradise earth. (Genesis 1:28) Under his rulership, obedient mankind will learn to utilize natural resources wisely, without depleting earth’s abundant storehouse. How grateful we are for such a loving Provider, who will satisfy the desire of every living thing!—Psalm 145:16…..shared from jw.org….Watchtower

  114. LeeSummit Says:

    Not to be picky, but you’re also citing your sources incorrectly. It would be nice if you posted one of these scary simulation graphics/videos from it’s original source rather than a 3rd party blog that takes it out of context, or intentionally deleted that context to support their own agenda (cough – wave height). If you’re looking to win an argument using facts, citing a blog called “Jeromie Williams Eats the Internet for Breakfast” is not going to help.

    However, if you go to the source of the simulation he posted http://www.geomar.de/en/, and search for “fukushima”, you are then taken here: http://www.geomar.de/en/service/kommunikation/singlepm/article/fukushima-wo-bleibt-das-radioaktive-wasser/

    The first hit that comes up links you to the actual source of this graphic AND it’s accompanying article explaining what those scary colors swirling across the sea actually mean. Again, the source is here: http://environmentalresearchweb.org/cws/article/news/50176

  115. Sergi Kent Says:

    I agree with “feman” above. Lies and hysterical overstatements weaken the cause of making our planet a better place. You still have the stupid wave height graphic up knowing it is completely unrelated to the radiation story. Why? One more hysteric falsehood. “Incredibly worrisome levels of cesium, including short-lived radioactive cesium-134, have been found near…”
    Really? Read the source article. In over two pounds of plankton, they found only half the radioactivity that is naturally found in a single banana and it was of a type that breaks down in 25 months. You need to go back to school and learn some science before you make a mockery of it.

  116. James Says:

    I’d like to offer something a bit less polarized than the average comment has been thus far, and hopefully a bit more fair. Reading this kind of panic-inciting writing does make the skeptical reader see red flags. I am one of those who is a big fan of modern technology and who has an eye for pseudo-science. At the same time, it’s absolutely no secret that human technological advancements have proceeded in geological leaps and bounds. There is every reason to suspect and to expect that we do leave an impact on the ecosystem. Ecosystems develop and stabilize over massive periods of geological time. The ripple effects of suddenly disrupting those delicate ecosystems are very genuine and real. This article almost certainly makes claims that are not yet substantiated. But longitudinal studies require time. Just because the data aren’t in yet doesn’t mean a certain amount of damage isn’t being done. Clearly, we can’t all stop eating. But it is certainly time that we begin to look for solutions. We humans seem to have a knack for waiting until the last possible minute to take action. That may not be the wisest course when it comes to our planet.

  117. john hall Says:

    Quit fear mongering and buy a gamma ray spectrophotometer and MEASURE the radiation levels in seafood or pay a lab to do it!

  118. steveN Says:

    To Gary Stamper:
    Your new graphic is more like it. The spread of Radiation in the Pacific will depend on the oceanic currents, maps of which are freely available, and have obviously been adapted to your latest graphic. The time scales on that graphic are still a little long. There is already contamination of the American/Canadian Pacific coast. Whilst the US refuses to monitor. the Canadians actually switched off their monitors. Your title of the piece, is the greatest tragedy. The loss of a huge food resource for the earth’s people, and the suffering of those creatures. NaturalNews.com is on this story too. The more sites we can get this on, means we can subvert the global elite media conspiracy of silence. Just keep at it!

  119. clive Says:

    I don’t doubt this is a big issue we should be concerned about. It is.

    But that does not change the fact that several of the items you note are unfounded and inaccurate speculation.

    Like the polar bear article. You are basing that it is radiation on what evidence? There are other diseases that cause this. And you ignore that the problem in other mammals was occurring BEFORE the Fukushima disaster, just in smaller numbers. You don’t think global warming might cause stress and starvation issues from problems with their normal hunting patterns.

    But before they have done testing that shows they have radiation contamination you are already using that in your article as support for your article.

    Things like this are why people are being critical of your page. Not because you are raising concern.

    Add in the claims of several of your bullet points not having any citation at all.

    Or the links go to something that isn’t a citation:

    Alaska Halibut also found with same Fuku-cesium contaminant – but did not migrate to Japan’s waters. How did cesium-134 get into Alaska halibut?

    All your link there did was take me to a wiki page on Halibut, not an article on contamination detected.

    Do you not see the issue?

    You could have done this page without speculation and distortion and still raised a serious alarm.

    I’m all for you getting the word out using the FACTS. Not speculation or theory. But FACTs.

    What you are doing is Yellow journalism.

    And sadly you are your own worst enemy here. You do more harm to getting a legitimate concern out to people by resorting to this sort of yellow journalism.

  120. Genevieve Says:

    It is so funny to hear all the negative comments from people. Are you guys even thinking for yourself? Water moves freely in the ocean. Of course it is going to spread all over. You don’t need to be a scientist to figure this out! How do you think they are going to pump out the contaminated water from the rest of the ocean? It really makes sense to you? And where are they going to put it?

    I don’T understand why you don’t want to believe this is happening, because you don’T want your life to change?

  121. Sad Fish Says:

    Just posted this link on my Facebook, saying “it is not stupid to be worried”… and this is what a frined that lives on Vancouver island replied right away :

    “We should all be worried .I have a really good giger counter .A few months ago I tested a fresh batch of merrell mushrooms and it was 50% more radioactive than background radiation.I also tested a FROZEN salmon and it was reading about 20 % higher .My friend ate it for supper that night .I could only shake my head.”

  122. j Says:

    it’s a waste of time trying to educate people who refuse to listen or learn. but, i was very suspicious about the radiation threats to the water. i started researching this compared to chernobyl, and one of the biggest differences was the air and water vs being landlocked. the levels were different, but chernobyl is still a forbidden area, no one goes there for very long at all. usually never in one place, just walking through b/c they’re doing a documentary or something. otherwise it’s a ghost-town. i think everyone knows that though, but compared to this, everything goes straight into the water. major amounts of wind blowout, in addition to whatever is going out through the land. and japan is only the size of california. i was in korea right before it happened, then i can back. when i got back, i was happy because i knew it would be safer to be further away. it breaks my heart for japan. i know the sea and land is a huge love, and way beyond. and i pray for my friends there, i love JP, because of my loved ones there. nuclear waste is powerful. my heart breaks.

  123. Rob Says:

    I’m all for reading everything I can about being safe, for the sake of myself and my family. Obviously, looking at some of the negative, egotistical, and naive statements made in response to the post only proves that many humnas simply are not that intelligent. Good luck to you, you’ll need it, since that’s about all you have…

  124. Chris Sandys Says:

    Ha Ha – Liberals debunked by their own over-reach.

    Wow, at this rate, an entire Olympic sized pool of minimally radioactive water into the Pacific every 8 days.

    You guys (gals – “Genevieve” for example) are being laughed at by us.

  125. Meris Says:

    Because of its 104 nuclear reactors on the soil of the U.S., the authorities and mainstream media are trying to keep Americans in ignorance about the seriousness of the effects of the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe on health and the environment in the U.S. and in Japan. Here is a chilling article about adverse genetic effects from Chernobyl appearing in future generations, also projected for the populations in Fukushima written by a renowned Swiss professor and member of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War : http://mieuxprevenir.blogspot.ch/2012/11/fukushima-precious-tims-has-been-lost.html

  126. katherine isheim Says:

    good the sooner the people of this world is gone from it the better off it will be bring on death but just to humans

  127. roger Says:

    You could take an image from Ken Buessler’s presentation at Helen’s symposium last March. His PDF presentation included a graphic showing releases through Nov. 2012 which is about as recent as your gonna get. Sorry, there isn’t a way to upload an image.

  128. Fayola- A Research Student Says:

    If someone warns me or shares information I should look into which may preserve my health, prolong my life and that of my descendants I will stop and research further. As a precaution, if there is ANY imminent danger to my well being or my family, I will avoid the source until it is KNOWN to be safe. This seems like a no brainer. I could be wrong,and I love wild caught Pacific salmon. After taking all my precautions, then I would research further for reputable sources before forming a final personal opinion returning to my former fish eating habits. You just can’t go back after the damage is done. Debates and resistance are useless after the fact. Ultimately, everyone here simply has a personal decision, do I change my habits or continue with them? It’s personal. As for me, I consider the record of the FDA, the EPA and Greed questionable enough that I am taking my own safety measures. Just my take.

  129. Eric Says:

    beware of 40 cm of radiation :D

  130. Fayola- A Research Student Says:

    World Nuclear News has substantial data on this

    http://www.world-nuclear-news.org/RS_Groundwater_works_intensify_at_Fukushima_1508131.html

  131. Sub genius Says:

    Thanks for trying to get the word out. As you obviously know it is a thankless endeavour. Most of the people left in this world only care about themselves and questioning the world interrupts our precariously constructed reality.
    Keep up the good fight. Haters gonna hate.

  132. RC Says:

    If there were no safe levels of radiation than no one would be allowed to work near nuclear reactors, yet I have and I’m fine. As part of a teaching lab I got to expose samples to highly radioactive material and I’m fine, as is everyone else in the class. Believe it or not there are safe levels of radiation, even atomic radiation, which for the record isn’t a thing. There is alpha, beta, and gamma radiation and they are not equally bad for you. But in all cases there are acceptable limits, like with radiation therapy. This is the same nonsense as the LHC, non scientific people ranting about science they do not understand.

  133. Anonymous Says:

    Excuse me but radiation from nuclear fallout is NOT FINE. Didn’t you see the Fukashima veggies in Japan? Every earthquake is potential for another Fukashima to happen. We were clearly warned that God will destroy those who destroy the Earth, so don’t think going to church on Sunday is going to save anybody. Disengage the power plants while we still have a chance. Haven’t you noticed the increased frequency and intensity of earthquakes over the past 10 years? Wake UP.

  134. CheezisLuvzyu Says:

    Go back to your X-box people.
    Nothing to see here.
    If it was important it would be on TV.
    Your governments and your religions got your back.

  135. Morgaine Hager Says:

    Say what you will.. Very few doctors do any testing that actually shows presence of radiation in the HUMAN body. I have been testing humans for about 20 years for environmental toxins. Suddenly in the past 6 months radiation is showing up. Am I concerned? You bet. I live on the coast of Washington State. At the very least babies need to be monitored for hypothyroidism. We definitely have a public health system with heads in the sand. If we don’t look, of course we don’t find it. Panic? We should have been concerned a very long time ago about many substances causing cancer and other “diseases”. We are concerned with finding the “cure”, for instance new and better chemotherapy. I want to walk for the
    Prevention. What a concept.

  136. Tyler Says:

    Hard to find info, huh? I typed the word “Fukushima” into Google, which finished the spelling for me, and this National Geographic article was the top hit:
    http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/energy/2013/08/130819-japan-ice-wall-for-fukushima-radioactive-leaks/

    Fear mongering and spreading misinformation and disinformation only exacerbates the issue. If you don’t understand the science, and can’t site reputable sources, please keep your OPINIONS to your self.

  137. RussD. Says:

    to all the nay sayers everybody thought Noah lost his marbles when he was building the ark but guess who didn’t drown Noah.

  138. Fayola- A Research Student Says:

    MORE REPORTS FROM WORLD NUCLEAR.ORG much of which appears to agree with this article, at least in part. There is a paragraph on the fish and radioactivity in the water.

    http://www.world-nuclear.org/Features/Fukushima/Situation-at-Fukushima/

  139. mike smith Says:

    Well, Godzilla had to come from somewhere didn’t he?

  140. Amanda Wilson Says:

    This article is horribly incorrect. The articles you cite to your points contradict what you say, not reviewed in any way, are not based on any scientific evidence whatsoever and extremely bias. It’s a shame that people like you are able to propagate such misinformation, You should be ashamed to have this website.

  141. T. Norman Says:

    “Oh my god…an asteroid is going to hit us in 300 years…this is the worst thing to happen to the human race”
    C’mon…wasn’t it the climate people saying that the oceans will rise to unsustainable levels, that the icecaps are melting at an exponential rate?
    This gal may know what she’s talking about when it comes to the science of radioactive elements, but she does not know how the radiation from the Japanese plant will effect the worlds ecosystem.
    I will end by saying “I’ll believe it when I see it.”

  142. Mimi Says:

    Thank you for posting this. I’m sick at the trashing of our planet. And the steady stream of radioactivity streaming from Fukushima seems beyond anyone’s power to solve. Nuclear power is fine and great and wonderful, but you’d better make sure the reactor part of the system is located at least 93 million miles away to avoid contamination issues.

  143. Alan Carr Says:

    Gary, adding video & quotes by Dr. Helen Caldecott further erodes your credibility. No where in her biography does she indicate any studies in nuclear science or related areas. You can read all about her failed political campaigns, anti-nuclear protests and her rage against the machine. Cherry-picking data is an insult to your readers-STOP IT.

  144. Keith G Says:

    The thing that bugs me is that the website is so screwed up that you can’t even read the whole thing because words are being truncated. Lame science, lame research and lame presentation.

  145. clive Says:

    Genevieve Says, “I don’T understand why you don’t want to believe this is happening”

    Try reading the constructive criticism. It isn’t that all of us don’t think there is a problem coming.

    It is that with all the irregularities, inaccuracies, to completely false claims by the article the page does more harm than good.

    For example again, the problem found on polar bears and other mammals was occurring BEFORE Fukushima. Just not as often. But then before Fukushima Sea ice levels were better. The same sea ice the bear rely on for hunting their primary food source. Seals. The author presumes without any facts that it is radiation, not simple starvation affecting and stress diseases as a result of that starvation.

    You don’t see the problem with that?

    The author should have stuck to the facts, not Yellow Journalism. And now has given the denialists all the leverage they want by showing this page as an example of lies.

    That hurts getting an honest warning out.

  146. News Says:

    Just reported on NHK Japanese news station 300 tons of contaminated water is sealing into ocean each day

  147. clive Says:

    @Fayola

    That main claim of the reactor leaking more than previously is about the only part that is accurate on this page.

    It is too bad that the author didn’t just stick to that.

  148. Joel Says:

    OK, all of you doubters and apologists for the nuclear interests, or perhaps you just don’t like science, perhaps you could consider this: Very large pieces of debris for the disaster in Japan are reaching our shores: Boats, houses, pieces of factories, etc. Do you really think that the radioactive water from the power plant is not headed our way? I suggest you eat all the fish you want, and surf well. You are STUPID, and on your way out. You cannot deny science, you cannot dent the tides, you cannot deny the currents, and you sure as hell cannot deny the fact that radioactive water is poisoning the pacific fish and has headed our way. Are you scared? Does that make you a denier? Or are you just a fool? Go to the beach. Hang out often, eat fish you catch. I give you three years to have lymphoma, kidney/pancreatic cancer, absolute impotence, and a host of other maladies. At least you will die young and stupid.

  149. Ed Says:

    OK, you want a more serious BACK UP on this, then go to National Geographic: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/energy/2013/08/130807-fukushima-radioactive-water-leak/

  150. John Pettitt Says:

    There are 2.8 billion cubic kilometers of water in the Pacific so 400 tons of contamination is 400 / 2.8*10^18 or one part contaminated water per 7,000,000,000,000,000 or 1 in 7 Quadrillion
    Keep in mind the contaminated water is itself in the parts per million range so the actual contamination level is in the parts per Sextillion range.
    While there could be hotspots, particularly close to the plant, the risk posed to the Pacific food chain is as close to zero as makes no difference.

  151. Bob Says:

    2,500,000,000 Bq/liter max radioactivity in leaky trench water reported by TEPCO
    2,500,000,000,000 Bq/Ton (1000 liters/ton)
    1,125,000,000,000,000 Bq/day at 450 tons/day
    1,145,643,750,000,000,000 Bq/3 years (assuming Cesium-137 half-life of 30.17 yr)

    748,759,660,251,428,000 tons of Pacific Ocean (170,000,000 cubic miles)
    492,750 tons Fukushima water released in 3 years
    0.0000000000658% percent of Pacific Ocean that is contaminated
    753,934 Bq/ton in Pacific Ocean (assuming 100% dispersal)
    754 Bq/liter (1000 liters/ton)
    94 Bq per 8 oz theoretical (assuming seafood assimilates at 1:1 vs water)
    0.17 Bq per 8 oz actual Bluefin tuna (highest measured, at 5 Bq in a 15 Kg fish)

    50 Bq/cubic meter house air (due to radon, avg USA house)
    66,115 Bq airborne in avg 1,800sf house
    500 2-liter breaths in a cubic meter
    21,600 breaths/day at 15 per minute
    43 cubic meters breath per day
    2,160 Bq/day typical exposure from house air
    0.0077% percent of Bq per day, eating 8 oz tuna at its highest published radiation
    12,960 times greater measured health risk from breathing than from eating fish 8 oz/day
    4.36% percent of Bq per day, eating 8 oz seafood at theoretical radiation dispersal
    23 times greater theoretical health risk from breathing than from eating fish 8 oz/day

  152. deBeer Says:

    Just got back from Washington, BC and Alaska. The wildlife was abundant and healthy looking. Fishing was phenomenal. In Juneau there were literally hundreds of thousands of healthy large salmon. All along the coast the sane story. River after river, stream after stream filled with healthy salmon and hungry and healthy looking bears eagles etc. Bottom fish such as Halibut were also plentiful with no signs of disease or stress. I live in So Cal and the blue fin tuna look extremely healthy, although no albacore run to speak of this year…but that happens

  153. Kia Mistilis Says:

    Hello everyone,

    Here is a detailed report on the global effects of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, posted in Marcg, 2013. The information is backed by scientific and medical sources, which are credible and independent of the nuclear industry. Our govts and the world’s mainstream media cannot be relied upon to inform us, so we have to educate ourselves. This is a self education website for the benefit of communities world wide. Please consider reading the Fukushima report, checking out the links and sources, and sharing with your networks.
    Kia Mistilis
    independent journalist.

    http://www.nukefreefuture.com/fukushima2012/

  154. Ken Says:

    Fantastic information and insight on something that won’t be presented on common media platform.
    For those people complaining about the credibility and reliability of information. Why don’t you disprove it by providing some of your ‘accurate’ information?
    That I’d like to see.

  155. drusilla Says:

    It is very clear…nuclear power,is poisening the plant with the multitude of emissions,(industrial)poisening from factories,the seas with radioactive waste,oil rigs in the millions,holes in the ozone, exploration,dynomiting,deforresting,fracking,polluted inland waters,this planet whether you accept it or not is in a lot of trouble from us…….so stop writing and do something positive,get on the streets….protest with your person…scaremongering?no..a wake up call…that or just go sleepwalkinng to your death,and leave the next genration with ourstinking mess.At 71 having marched against nuc since I was a girlbeing entirely convinced of what I see of the world,act now,or pay the price through our children and future genrations

  156. Facepalm Says:

    Great to see so many people repeating each other’s points, missing the point entirely or just showing off their extreme level of ignorance, racism and prejudice. We have no right to point blame at any authority as long as we sit on our asses and try and google each other into submission with links and statements that should prove the other guy wrong. Get on with your lives people and consider every single word you type or utter. Those of us with faith, we need to stop preaching and truly understand the message and example shown to us in scripture. Only by doing and acting on our faith can we be of any use to our fellow human beings. Without mentioning any of the above posters by name, some of you need to stay away from posting your opinions anywhere online or voicing them in public, you will get hurt. Anonymity is a false shelter to hide in, what goes around comes around. And to those citing common sense, fantastic, I am glad I am not alone. There are a lot of well grounded people out there who know how to filter news and base opinion on real knowledge and experience. And then there are the Fox News viewers who even non-Christian observers continue to pray for as they get further and further sucked into the hole created by Rupert Murdoch and his minions. Dumbness has no cure and can be spread across borders and continents by so many different carriers that it is hard to protect yourself. If you take precautions like reading books, traveling outside your home country and examining the opinions and statements of people you disagree with you stand a good chance of never being hit by this awful disease. Have a great day everyone.

  157. Matt Says:

    A little radiation might be good for fish if it stops us eating them…

  158. Chad Says:

    Scientist are aware that there is a background radiation level. Banana’s emit radiation. Im not downplaying the severity of the fukushima incident, however you need to keep your brains about you, and not be such an alarmist.

    Yes Fukushima happened, yes its a tragedy. Yes future nuclear power needs more safety protocols, and ways to permanently seal (entomb) the reactor in a crisis.

    Now what do you want our gov to do about it?

    Make the radiation go away?

    Tell you that you cant eat anymore?

    The nature of life is ever in change. This is bad, but life will overcome.

    I for one will continue to live until i die.

    For all i care, you can go hide in a hole in the ground, and grow your own food, (mind you will still be radioactive from fukushima fallout. The background radiation level will increase worldwide as the new radio isotopes are being destributed.)

    So be afraid, and cause mass panic and rioting, or have your wits about you, and try to learn to really deal with the threats of our new world, which i might add you have absolutely no control over.

  159. Newman Says:

    Our world is a finely balanced eco system and yes we are ripping the guts out of that balance. Radiation is one issue but thats gonna take awhile. We continue to dump raw sewage and other chemicals into our water ya know that stuff that makes up 70% of the human body, I.m just hopping monsanto can modify our genos enough to be able to thrive off radiation, plastic and raw sewage.

  160. Victor Says:

    On a positive note, at least we won’t be overfishing the ocean by 2030. The radioactive life now has a fighting chance!

  161. jus10 Says:

    I just caught a blue fin tuna off the LA coast and it was already seared. I guess there is something positive about the Fukushima radiation

  162. Gary Stamper Says:

    LOL!!! (Hey, you got to keep a sense of humor throughout all this!

  163. Kim Roberson Says:

    Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network members Beyond Nuclear, Citizens for Health and Ecological Options network filed a Citizen Petition with FDA to significantly lower the current allowable recommendation levels for Cesium 134 and 137 in US food, nutritional supplements, and pharmaceuticals, comments are being accepted now http://www.regulations.gov/#!submitComment;D=FDA-2013-P-0291-0001

  164. Kim Roberson Says:

    FDA is accepting comments now on Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network’s Citizen Petition to lower current recommended levels of C 134 and 137 for food, nutritional supplements and pharmaceuticals http://www.regulations.gov/#!submitComment;D=FDA-2013-P-0291-0001

  165. Melissa Says:

    This so reminds me of an article I read in Life Mag years ago about the bomb testing in New Mexico, I think! One lady suddenly realized that she was the ONLY person on her block who was still alive. The rest had died of cancer. Some farmer had 25,000 sheep just fall over dead. The government told him they died of malnutrition….. Most telling, EVERY person who was in a movie made with John Wayne, including all actors, directors, camera people, and even the food servers all died of cancer. They shot that movie within a couple of miles of the testing back in the 50′s. It’s a world gone mad and going madder. We’ve totally screwed ourselves…..

  166. P Bevan Says:

    I, for one, have wondered since the day of the earthquake and Fukishima meltdown, why this has not been a front page story in the media. It’s been a non-issue for years with no information from any of the governments about the damage that all the contaminated water flowing into the Pacific Ocean is doing. It’s totally in our food chain now. Very scary to say the least.

  167. Frank Mezek Says:

    I’ve been eating sushi for decades.
    What are the poor Japanese to do ?

    Scary

  168. » Fukushima – going from bad to worse Says:

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  170. SkyDuckPine Says:

    That’s the most sad Melissa, the same old record keeps playing over and over again. The reality is; mankind does not learn. Mankind remains in the same flux throughout history. Mired in the beliefs of new generations of people thinking they are the first to experience this; whatever this may be at any given moment in time. Sorry, there is no way out. Do the best you can and love your neighbor as you like you liked to be loved.

  171. Lucy Says:

    What I find most disturbing is the amount of people here saying they’re ok with contaminated water leaking into the ocean as long as it’s a low level. I would assume common sense in people would make them realise radiactive anything leaking even in small doses is NOT OK. It is the people here who care more about the exaggeration of the article and hardly care about what is really happening that is seriously worrying. Wake up people. Radiation is clearly unsafe even in small doses, why do you think it#s kept in massive concrete buildings where people have to wear special suits and wash and have all kinds of checks when they work there? The effects of radiation are well known. This should not be shrugged off and accepted as a fact of life ever.

  172. Tracey Says:

    This is an issue that should not be ignored!!!
    Fear makes people say silly things.
    I will take this article seriously and not eat fish from the Pacific, sorry fishermen…maybe find a new career. I am also question this shmeat business I may go vegetarian all together http://www.cbc.ca/thecurrent/episode/2013/06/05/shmeat-the-first-in-vitro-hamburger/index.html
    I believe the FDA and government are corporations trying to take advantage and make money off people. They have no compassion or care about the human race…if anything they have an agenda for population control. What’s a few million dead…more room for the elite to play.

  173. mark Says:

    Anyone downplaying this disaster isn’t paying attention. Japan just raised the level to 3 out of 7. it’s actually become a serious problem, as radiation levels are higher than they’ve ever been. http://www.tepco.co.jp/cc/press/2013/1229887_5117.html

  174. Kristi Says:

    Go ahead and eat the fish if you wanna eat radiation. Whats wrong with you people? Everyone refuses to open their eyes and actually believe that we are destroying our own home and feeding our children poisons!Everyone needs to wake up and realize what is happening before it’s too late to do anything.

  175. So much for the fight to save the West Coast wild salmon » Why Aren't You Outraged? Says:

    [...] At the Very Least, Your Days of Eating Pacific Ocean Fish Are Over | Collapsing Into Consciousness Radiation by Gary Stamper. The heart-breaking news from Fukushima just keeps getting worse…a LOT worse…it is, quite simply, an out-of-control flow of death and destruction. TEPCO is finally admitting that radiation has been leaking to the Pacific Ocean all along. and it’s NOT over… [...]

  176. enviroscientist Says:

    Just a word of advice: If you want people to join your cause, use accurate and undeniably hard facts, not opinions and conspiracy theories.

    As a marine bio specialist who studies fish populations in estuaries for a living, I agree that this event poses a significant risk to the entire oceanic ecosystem, top to bottom. It IS a fact that radiation levels have gone up in fish populations in most places, and it’s also something completely natural. Not all radiation is man-made. There are definite spikes and abnormalities in some areas of the ocean in recent years that should be looked into further, but you can’t just go rabble-rousing about it without something solid to go on.

    And as soon as you found out your map was inaccurate, you should have removed it. It seems to me you just like the fearful look of it to get the article some attention. It’s colorful and grabs the eye but it’s also downright irresponsible to leave it up.

    As far as the server shut-down because of visits, that’s all it is. No conspiracy to shut you up here. Your server just couldn’t handle the unplanned load. Simple, simple tech issue. It’s not unbelievable your article garnered so much attention because it is a scary thing that people want to know more about.

    Sadly, there are too many articles like this one with zero facts and too much of a conspiracy twist to it, to get anyone to pay serious attention.

    You are hurting the very cause you seek to assist. Educate yourself and get some journalistic standards for God’s sake.

  177. Jim Morrison Says:

    Get your kicks before the whole shithouse goes up in flames.

  178. Tyler Says:

    It would be the responsible thing to do to delete this post from your website.

    Reported today (8/20/12) by the BBC:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-23776345

  179. Marik Says:

    You still should take down the incorrect image. I got here from facebook and when this article is linked to from facebook, the incorrect NOAA image appears HUGE and EYE Catching and this impacts ones perception of the entire article.

  180. Amlongo Says:

    All I can say is Thanks for all the work to get the truth out! We need to go solar now! Stop all the wars and get into making wind and solar our #1 priority! We need people like you to get the truth out and keep it out there so the nay sayers can get education’s!

  181. Heath Says:

    We need to kill this story. Pretty much everyone I know that eats a lot of sushi are douchey. We have a chance to save the world by ending future generations of douche bags..

  182. mmbls Says:

    I got scared for a minute. I live off pacific seafood. but there is no evidence here. I’m not saying this isn’t possible. but until the author of this provides sources from peer-reviewed articles, containing actual data, these statements can be considered nothing more than fear mongering.

  183. Joe the Concern US Citiz. Says:

    Of all that is going on in this world it has become very obvious that all the world citizens need to hold our governments responsible and accountable for these and all issues of this magnitude. the citizens of this planet have the birth right to know what is happening and to be part of the solution. All the pointing of fingers and blame giving will not fix this. At this moment all the world’s top scientists, engineers, physicists, etc… need to be working on this RIGHT NOW, because this will affect all of us. Once in the food chain and water supply, how do you remove radiation? And all the fighting in Europe stop. Focus your energy on fixing this because if we all don’t this planet earth will be in habitable, in other words it will be a ball of radiation that no one can live on, no one. Am I the only one that feels this way. What awaits us is more devastating, horrific, life ending than we as a human race have seen. We need to stop taking the candy coated reality and face what is in front of us and fix that which we can.

  184. that guy Says:

    As long as bananas don’t have it. then we good!

  185. Emma Says:

    So I read the article and could stand to read some of the comments and ok so these might not be accurate and he might not have stats that are uncontainable ….BUT THERE IS RADIATION LEAKING INTO OUR SEAS!!! This is bad to ANY degree. Please stop squabbling and put your energies to better use.

  186. Claytblue Says:

    http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/2013/8/21/japan-to-upgradefukushimathreatlevel.html

  187. Bea Garth Says:

    The Fukishima disaster remains a controversial subject, in spite of the best attempts of the mainstream to get us to ignore it. The unfortunate fact is that the radiation from the nuclear power plants and their spent fuel storage at Fukishima continue to be uncontained. They are still leaking. Its still too hot for even robots to work there to clean up the mess. They melt. Children in the district already have a huge increase in thyroid cancer. Alongside this is what seems to be a deliberate omission of scientists checking facts. If we bury our heads can we assume the problem will just evaporate? Unfortunately uncontained radiation of this magnitude can last for thousands of years. Some say this opinion piece below goes too far. I think not… Though meanwhile I am glad you rectified some of your information.

  188. cc pier Says:

    From this video I have got the message -don’t go out in the rain,don’t eat food,don’t drink water and definitely don’t go outside it will give you cancer or leukemia. I lived in s. cal all my life and i know many family & friends who have died or had cancer and we always thought it was from the atomic bomb testing in Nevada that was carried in the wind. This Lady makes the world look even more scary, I hope this is not true.

  189. Voz Floresta | Yemanja Rainha Do Mar Says:

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  190. Jim Says:

    for all the “there is no evidence” skeptics and those making a big deal about the map screw up, a concrete dock washed up in my home state of Oregon a little over a year after the quake. I think it is obvious how far the radiation has spread. duh! are you paying attention, “scientists”? http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2012/06/massive-dock-from-japanese-tsunami-washes-up-in-the-us/

    btw, I was in Japan when the quake happended, and I am there now. the first thing my Japanese friends told me – whatever the government says about the situation, it is definitely worse. The Japanese don’t give bad news unless they already have a solution for the problem. It is a cultural thing. so to all of you skeptics quoting “official” sources, I laugh at your naivete.

  191. Rico thai Says:

    I hope all you conservative,bible carrying negative people also believe the earth is only 5000 years old and the end is near…go to hell

  192. Lynne Says:

    We know from recent news reports that radiation is leaking into the Pacific from the reactor site. Whether or not everything stated in the article is correct is rather beside the point. If it’s not radiation, it’s GMO, or fracking, or any number of other actions being taken by governments and big business that are destroying the environment that supports ALL life on Earth. It’s not just polar bears or whales, or any other animal that’s currently in the news… it’s the human species that will suffer the consequences of these actions.

  193. taylor Says:

    thank you for being brave enough to put the REAL truth out there. its nice to see there are more than sheep in this country. im one of the wolves to and i just want to say thank you again and hopefully more eyes will be opened to whats really going on

  194. mary Says:

    You people are idiots blinded by the media and your own denial. You feel there is no radiation (the fish taste great? you can’t taste radiation). You probably also feel that we are not in Global Warming. Why don’t you stop believing what the media tells you and do your own research? The sky IS falling. In 10 years you won’t be able, or your kids or grandkids won’t be able, to survive the same way we do today.

  195. A Nightmare for Life in the Pacific Ocean: Fukushima disaster still ‘unfolding’ Says:

    [...] 21st Century Wire says…The nightmare in Fukushima continues.The mainstream media has been quiet about the most up to date information, so here it is… In early July, 21wire reported on the out of control radiation levels consuming the Fukushima Daiichi plant. Current radiation readings are off the charts and far greater than the public has been made aware of. The latest reports claim that Fukushima could have 20-30 times more nuclear fallout then Hiroshima and Nagasaki.This could be the worst nuclear disaster we’ve seen, as Tepco now admits that nuclear material has been leaking continuously into the ocean since the meltdown occurred…At the Very Least, Your Days of Eating Pacific Ocean Fish Are OverGary StamperCollapsing Into Consciousness [...]

  196. charles Says:

    i fish for tuna in california…this is something serious if it’s true. got lots of friends fishing right now for albacore tuna..

  197. Stu from Santa Monica Says:

    anyone who thinks there is little or no consequences from dumping any kind of pollutants in bodies of water, ground or the atmosphere is a complete moron.

    whatever u believe or don’t believe about the government has little to do with the fact that eco systems can’t sustain poison & crap being fed into them.

    why is it so hard to believe that the human race is fucking up the planet? it’s been going on for centuries and always in the name of progress & economics.

    very messed up we are. i support this article and others like it. this is good work

  198. Stephanie Says:

    I can’t believe all this nitpicking over a map. Really sad. I don’t know how factual your article is or for that matter, don’t really care. If people don’t think there’s a problem, oh well, you warned them. Guess, these are the same people who believe the Gulf was cleaned by BP after the spill. Good for you, you gave the message. If they don’t believe it, it’s not your problem anymore.

  199. Mark Says:

    Whether one gets distracted by those who play down the seriousness of the situation or not, rational thinking would surely alarm you as you know what is going on. Radiation is leaking into the water , it does not go away, it will be consumed and eventually get to you, the consumer. All these people trying to discredit the OP are all a bunch of ostriches sticking their heads in the sand and living in the their own perfect unscathed world, free free from poverty , illness and the ones responsible for it… Get your heads out of the ground you idiots!! Before its too late for you or you children and grandchildren.

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  201. Tom Says:

    Recent peer-reviewed evidence indicates that accumulation of Fukushima radiation in fish and the risk to people eating them are less than those from natural radionuclides:

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23733934

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22474387

    Obviously testing of radiation and resulting toxicity in water/fish/sea mammals/humans must continue. FDA refusal to test is unhelpful.

    I’m not saying it’s fine to eat as much fish as you like, quite the opposite. Crashing populations of most fish species through over-fishing, and the rapidly declining health of oceans through pollution and sea temperature change are without doubt massive problems worldwide.

    There is also strong evidence for accumulation of a cocktail of persistent toxins, microparticles, and all sorts of other nasties in marine life — concentrating up the food web, including to humans. Radiation is a risk, but only one of many.

    Perhaps you could write about these more important and better-evidenced problems, in the hope that people might change their greedy and damaging practices before its too late.

  202. Mike Ferrigan Says:

    Many thanks for this Gary.
    Even if half of it bears out it’s still horrific.

  203. Kristina Says:

    To all those citing websites like “nature news” and “i hate radiation.com” – those sites aren’t credible. They have an agenda.

    To those of you criticizing the rational people asking for scientific evidence.. shame on you.

    The damage of claiming the sky is falling with every disaster is that in the end no one cares about anything and they don’t believe things even when they are true.

    So let’s all read Tom’s comments once again, be vigilant and aware and learn more. We don’t need more BS promulgated through the internet as fact.

  204. Stephanie Greenham Says:

    When the Earthquake & subsequent Tsunami hit Japan March 2011. It was televised and documented world wide, when all knew the reactor at Fukushima had been damaged.

    Don’t tell me that in those moments when you viewed and learnt of this event and information, that you didn’t experience those awful feelings, a mixture of horror and heartbreak for the people of Japan and the deep sense of sadness and helplessness viewing that ruptured reactor.

    Not long after, all the information vanishes from mainstream media. We kept on asking, “Where’s the information on Japan?” “What is going on??” You don’t have to have a doctorate in the sciences for goodness sake.

    As a parent/grandparent, a person who loves and respects animals, nature,the ocean and all of its beautiful, amazing animals, thank you for getting this information out there.

    Nothing on the mainstream news about it in New Zealand for over two years. It’s not some illusion, or conspiracy, the facts are the facts. I am devastated that our children and grandchildren, and all future generations will NOT experience the world as we KNEW it.

    We have to be awake and informed.

  205. Anonymous Says:

    Tom & Kristina. Have you read at least one of the articles sited? The scientists in New York are talking about a single event and not the ongoing reality. Think of the situation rather like the closed cooling system of a car ok? Into the cooling mixture A you introduce a one off blue dye while the engine is running and systems are normal. Into cooling mixture B you introduce the same dye but continuously. Like the first car the engine is running normally.
    What the guys in Stony Brook New York were doing was looking at a scenario from before the day we knew we were in a “consistent dyeing event”.

    How will the fish ever be safe again?
    Look into Greenpeace’s data on the contamination of seaweed

  206. Tom Says:

    Yes I read PNAS the papers, and many of the sources for the original article above. Both PNAS papers estimate the peak radiation level of fish in/around Japan after the accident, and from that estimate the risk to humans from eating the most contaminated fish. The levels in some Japanese waters were the highest globally because although radioactive caesium/iodine/etc do accumulate in animal tissues, the increase with accumulation appears far less than the decrease of 100s of times through radiation being excreted, and radiation is being dispersed.

    With the exception of the most contaminated fish near Fukushima, all radiation doses to humans were less than those from natural radioisotopes that were already in the fish. Meaning it is not free of risk — but the risk is no worse in health terms than eating fish before the accident.

    When I said ‘testing must continue’ I was trying to acknowledge that studies like this are not end of the story. Obviously all countries should continue testing whether the food people eat is save. True science is never certain or final; it can only ever be based on limited data and certain assumptions. Exploring the limitations is part of the process.

    My point is that you cannot compare unsubstantiated speculation and conspiracy-mongering (like this article and most of its sources) with primary research by expert scientists, who publish their methods and results for other experts and anyone else to scrutinise.

    Also most people don’t understand risk in relative terms. Radiation occurs naturally — in food, rocks and soil; it comes from space and from our sun. We also expose ourselves to radiation though medical procedures, air travel, and many lifestyle choices. This cartoon http://xkcd.com/radiation/ gives a nice illustration of levels of radiation exposure and their risks. It is all about the level of exposure. When the level of risk from fish is 1/20th of that of eating a banana, I can live with that.

    As I hope you can tell from my post yesterday, I care greatly about our planet and its beautiful and rich ecosystems, and I am appalled each day by the terrible destruction our species is causing though its sickening, selfish greed and short-sightedness. I wish everyone got upset about environmental issues. Please do. Educate yourself. Share information with others. Hold your government and corporations responsible for their actions, because they are busy trying to hide as much corruption as they can get away with, legally or otherwise.

    But, please, protest about *real* problems in the world. If you treat fake science and conspiracy theory as truth, you will be paralysed by fear and mistrust, and you will fail to deal with the real and serious issues in the world — for example the rising sea temperatures that may be catastrophic for life on land as well as in the sea.

    If people cannot distinguish truth from misinformation then those in power who would lie to us have won, and the loss of so much of the life on Earth (including most of humanity and our culture) seems inevitable.

  207. Ms. Sweet Says:

    Acts through fear and greed will create your demise. From the day you were born you began to die. A long time you have spent on Earth and little have you learned. Worthy are those who care and love. A time for cleansing is near.

  208. Frediano Says:

    400 tons of contaminated water/day is about 100,000 gallons of water/day.

    The Pacific Ocean contains about 187,189,915,062,857,142,857 gallons of seawater.

    Of course it is not uniformly distributed, and where it is concentrated, it is concentrated, but that is 1 part in 10^15 of contanimated water.

    Another perspective; the entire BP oil spill was estimated to be about 200 million gallons of crude oil. 200 million gallons of crude oil is a volume of oil 300ft by 300ft by 300ft. Go look at a map of the Gulf of Mexico, and try to imagine a volume of oil 300ft by 300ft by 300 ft.

    Sometimes numbers, especially large numbers, are sensational, and difficult to gauge. Convert them to something known.

  209. Frediano Says:

    100,000 GALLONS = a volume of water 24 ft x 24 ft x 24 ft.

  210. Frediano Says:

    If you go to a source called ‘nukefreefuture’, then do you even need to read the report to know in advance what it is going to say?

    Seriously?

  211. Hageyamasan Says:

    The simple questions that we should all be asking is,
    What are they (government/corporations/EPA/etc) going to do about it?
    What can we the people do to help?

  212. Nancy Says:

    WAKE UP PEOPLE! ARE YOU ASLEEP?

  213. Donna Says:

    Acts of Man — so much worse than Acts of God!

  214. Gerald Says:

    Science Reality: The only significant impact of this man-caused radiation “leak” will be to accelerate evolution, and even in this, it is not measurable. Fossil fuels kill more people and life (and will ultimately drive the Human species to extinction) every day then will be the final negative totals of Fukishima. Most of the bloggers here seem to care about the planet so your goal should be first, reduce human population while concurrently working toward electrification of the world with carbon free renewables as energy sources. This may, or may not, require Nuclear as a source, but this may be addressed when the enslavement shackles of Corporate-Government corruption are broken. http://www.avweb.com/news/aeromed/181873-1.html

  215. pkc Says:

    AMEN…Kristin :)

    Kristin Says:
    August 16th, 2013 at 9:31 pm

    This is predicted in the bible…sad to say we will not like the outcome :( This is what I read when I see things like this and I get fearful.

    Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.
    2 I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress,
    my God, in whom I trust.”

  216. Nicole Says:

    If you dont believe then continue to eat some foods and fish. FYI- its already spread into the US and will continue to spead. I suggest you eat like you live in a third world country (rice and beans)and enjoy the time you have left. If you have anything neative to say about my post I suggest you eat some fish….

  217. Jackie Blue Says:

    I don’t know enough to say that all of this is true but I do know enough to understand that the damage is great. I want to know what the hell should I (we) do? Besides not eating seafood, which will be very hard in my extended family, what is the Joe Blow average citizen to do to protect their family?

  218. Gary Stamper Says:

    Great question, Jackie Blue…Check out the last part of my new article at http://www.collapsingintoconsciousness.com/tough-love-and-fukushima-by-gary-stamper/ on what we can do. Also, I’ll have article out soon on how to minimize the effects of radiation and protect yourself and your loved ones.

  219. Fukushima mon amour | Ken Turner Says:

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  220. Julian Says:

    Why the opening graphic is still there I don’t know. No image is needed at all. People should realize two things. One, the Fukushima disaster is real and various types of radioactive materials are flowing into the ocean and will eventually poison us. Two, probably 98% of all bloggers are NOT professional writers or journalists, don’t have the resources to investigate, and don’t have journalistic skills and many lack decent writing/editing skills, and as Stamper indicates, this is an opinion piece.

  221. David Says:

    can you tell me where you got this picture with the “NOAA” symbol on it? The graphic suggest a distribution from the northern hemisphere to the southern hemisphere in a way that just does not conform to well known current patterns.

  222. Souper Soulger Says:

    ….our herring fish are now bleeding from their eyes here in British Columbia. We first received Japan’s debris on our shores and now we receive their radiation. “Have a nice day”.

  223. RSX Rich Says:

    This is a very alarmist and uninformed article. The author knows not what he is talking about. So what if 450 tons of water are coming out of Fukushima? That is the normal amount needed to cool the plant. We need to focus on how much radiation is coming out, not how much water. Stamper cannot even get his nomenclature correct, he labels one figure Pacific Sea but it is the Pacific Ocean into which Fukushima is leaking. Finally, he states that background levels have doubled. Big deal. From almost undetectable to barely detectable. Hardly reason to stop eating Pacific seafood.

  224. Amy G Says:

    http://enenews.com/kyodo-highest-levels-of-fukushima-contamination-already-east-of-hawaii
    ^^^ This article written in May of 2013!!

    For anyone with doubts about the validity of this article, do some poking around on the internet. Not on MSN or CNN or even BBC. Go to Vice. or SourceFed. Or, I don’t know, use the brain you were born with and make some deductive reasoning of your own. There are articles all over proving that this is not a past problem. In fact, there are articles proving 60% of what we’re spoon fed from our media system is downright fabricated.

    All I’m asking: Wake up. Think before you react. Ask yourself what you really think is right and wrong. Move throughout your day as if you care about your carbon footprint and people around you. You may start to realize we’re killing ourselves, our planet, our economies, our lives. Wake up. Please.

    I will be paying for a membership Gary. We need more people like you in this bleak existence we call our day-to-day. I hope you continue to research and broaden minds.

  225. Melanie Says:

    What if the radiation continues to leak, this simulation seems to show it weakening from the Japanese coast and leaving, but what if it doesn’t weaken?

  226. Gary Stamper Says:

    Bless you, Amy G!

  227. NIRNSA Says:

    It is virtually impossible to accurately measure radiation contamination in fluids so vast as the ocean. It is likely that the highest contamination will be near the origin of contamination, in nearby ocean currents and on the sea floor as radioactive isotopes are heavy.

    The inaccuracy of measurement would include such a high level of error that to extrapolate an entire picture of the whole of the Pacific Ocean would require more measurement tools and people than currently exist.

    Here’s some facts. Radio Isotopes are denser than water and will sink where not carried, pushed or pulled by ocean currents.

    Radio Isotopes will dilute into the vast volume of the pacific ocean over time where the isotopes are comparable to the density of water and be nominally detectable at best.

    Measuring food contamination cannot be done with a geigerteller/counter. A long term exposure detection per volume is needed to determine Bq/kg contamination and must be shielded from the high level of natural radiation. If your geigerteller/counter even measures a noticeable difference in radiation over natural radiation background, then the food is likely to kill you the first time you eat it, or at least cause radiation sickness to some degree.

    This is not a black and white problem. I personally do not believe Japan is well suited to handle Nuclear energy as they have demonstrated their high level of ineptitude regarding the Dai Ichi power plant meltdowns and disregard for proper cleanup due to the desire to spend as little money as possible – showing that money trumps all in Japanese politics – but the extent of this problem is not as simple as an image.

    The contamination is bad, but this reporting is not balanced as it only chooses to support claims with not enough counter argument and improper siting of data. If you don’t have a background in nuclear energy / Radio Nuclide Survey and Analysis, it is better to consult experts rather than other news reports by people who don’t know well about what they are talking about.

    That is a lot to say, but I do approve of more people being aware that there is a problem and wishing to do something about it – but let’s keep it under the level of hysteria for panic’s sake.

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  229. pilar Says:

    So the map shows an abrupt north-south line on South-America’s tip, as if the contamination stops there …
    But I am sure the Atlantic (and in turn other) currents take it over and keep on diluting it into all the linked oceans and sees on earth ! An earth-map would therefore have been nice

  230. At the Very Least, Your Days of Eating Pacific Ocean Fish Are Over » Banoosh Says:

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  231. ST Says:

    Thank you for this important article, Gary.

    Radiation from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear meltdowns was also found in the milk, air, drinking water, rain, etc. in the U.S.

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffmcmahon/2011/04/09/radiation-detected-in-drinking-water-in-13-more-us-cities-cesium-137-in-vermont-milk/

    There is NO safe dose of Nuclear Radiation (which is the man-made radiation that’s only made in nuclear power plants.)

    The U.S. has 100 nuclear power plants and they emit radiation into the air, water, etc. during their “daily” operations.

    This radiation can cause cancer, birth defects, miscarriages, heart disease, etc.

    Here is a forum of “Methods for combating radiation and its effects”

    http://enenews.com/forum-best-practices-combating-effects-radiation

    Radchick on Facebook also has some good advice:

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/RadChick-Radiation-Research-Mitigation/260610960640885

    Between the above-ground atomic tests, nuclear meltdowns, nuclear power plants, nuclear labs, etc. Nuclear radiation is now part of our world. There’s no use panicking about it. Just educate yourself and learn everything you can to protect yourself and be as healthy as you can be.

    The highly recommended site http://www.enenews.com covers the Fukushima story daily and is a great place to learn more, too.

  232. George Says:

    But it’s not only Fukushima radioactivity in the Pacific. Remember the Farallon Islands off the west coast USA used as a Radioactive Waste Dump walrus.wr.usgs.gov…

    From 1946 to 1970, the sea around the Farallones was used as a nuclear dumping site for radioactive waste under the authority of the Atomic Energy Commission at a site known as the Farallon Island Nuclear Waste Dump. Most of the dumping took place before 1960 (in 1970, all dumping of radioactive wastes by the United States was terminated). According to a 1980 report by the Environmental Protection Agency, approximately 47,500 containers, 55 gallon steel drums, were dumped in the vicinity of the Farallones, with a total estimated radioactive activity of 14,500 Ci. All but 3,500 of these were dumped at 37°37′N 123°17′W; the rest were dumped at 37°38′N 123°08′W.

    The primary military agency which used the dumping site was the Naval Radiological Defense Laboratory, in San Francisco, which was charged with decontamination of the ships from the Operation Crossroads nuclear tests in 1946 and carried out additional radiological work throughout the period. The irradiated US Navy ship USS Independence, which was used as a target at Operation Crossroads, “loaded with radioactive waste from NRDL and other generators, was towed to sea and sunk,” apparently near this site. According to the United States Geological Survey, “The exact location of the containers and the potential hazard the containers pose to the environment are unknown.” The 1980 EPA report argues that attempts to remove the barrels would likely produce more of a risk to humans and the environment than simply letting them remain on the bottom of the ocean.

    Then there is Hanford! It is a huge mess…and I didn’t know this but it has the potential to explode as well.
    Radioactive Waste Management
    http://www.bookrags.com...

    The Arctic and Baltic, North seas have been used as a dumping ground by Russia, UK, France etc.

    It’s surprising there is any life left in the oceans.

  233. Dan Says:

    Yet another reason i’m glad i’m a vegetarian. Survival of the fittest in this world of man made issues, oil in the water, radioactivity. No thanks, sone of us have evolved.

  234. Adam Says:

    This website has many scientific articles on the Fukushima disaster as well as a link to the original Pacific ocean cs-137 contamination model video produced by Helmholtz Center for Oceanographic Research in Germany which contains informative narration and not just some foreboding music: http://environmentalresearchweb.org/cws/article/news/50176

  235. Kurt Says:

    ◦COULD to be causing an epidemic
    ◦MAY face thyroid problems
    ◦COULD double radioactivity

    Not 1 actual fact. Poor reporting.

  236. Joyce Says:

    It is broken you can’t fix it. People have their head up their assses because they are scared and cowards. But you can’t fix it..get it can’t be fixed..People need to stop fighting put their FKN guns down, land their planes and go home..just go home and quit this nonsense. Love their families even the ones that hate them. Love the animals, love everything. Because it is over. The planet is on life support and the family has been called in. Pray that their are life forces out there that will somehow step in and save us from ourselves.

  237. gc Says:

    This page still has the tsunami height map at the top. Why? It only served to (continue to) confuse (see 6 comments up) and provide fodder for your detractors.

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  239. Merced Says:

    Between this nuclear contamination, all the GMO foods, the EPA’s allowance for higher levels of glyphosate in Monsanto’s Round-Up (proven extremely hazardous for humans), the only survivors will be those who grow their own food.

  240. A Marine Biologist Says:

    Although this article does have error, I wanted to commend you for admitting that you were wrong, as well as thank-you now, and in advance, for continuing to update the article for accuracy and clarity. An overwhelming majority of the negative (and really hateful) responses in the commentary pertain specifically to the inaccuracy map itself… unfortunately, most of you are spending far too much time excessively pointing out an error the author already admitted to, and are missing the bigger picture- the global pollution rate of our oceans increases every second. Furthermore, this contamination includes radioactive waste which the authorities are either unable or refusing to measure/investigate in order to asses the potential damage to ecosystem. I empathize with those completely dismissing information as ‘paranoia’ simply because you are oblivious to reality. I am attaching an article from BBC News (so yeah, go ahead and argue with one of the most respected and objective news sources in the world) where Dr Ken Buesseler states, “Our biggest concern right now is if some of the other isotopes, such as strontium 90 which tend to be more mobile, get through these sediments in the ground water. They are entering the oceans at levels that then will accumulate in seafood and will cause new health concerns.” Please take notice of the use of PRESENT tense in the last sentence. I attained this information from a BBC article, which I am including a link to as several others have done with various articles. I did not see this article already posted by someone else, but if it is I apologize in advance. Moreover, whether you agree or disagree with the article itself or the commentary of its readers, the most effective way to get your point across is by posting a link that will back up your argument; otherwise, you have far less credibility than the actual article you are bashing. Here are links to articles on ABC.net(American), BBC.com (UK), and The Telegraph(UK). For any of you not familiar with UK news reporting, both BBC and The Telegraph are extremely credible, respected, and ACCURATE channels for news reporting.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-23779561

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-08-08/300-tonnes-of-radioactive-water-leaking-from-fukushima-into-pac/4872482

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/japan/10266309/Japanese-government-to-take-over-Fukushima-nuclear-reactor.html

  241. Sejan Blinker Says:

    The Fukujima incident its a catastrophic accident but, serously, its more dangerous that previous nuclear incidents/experiments?
    Remember that: (Wikipedia)
    “Over 2,000 nuclear explosions have been conducted, in over a dozen different sites around the world.
    The nuclear powers have conducted more than 2,000 nuclear test explosions (numbers are approximated, as some test results have been disputed):
    •United States: 1,054 tests by official count (involving at least 1,151 devices, 331 atmospheric tests), most at Nevada Test Site and the Pacific Proving Grounds in the Marshall Islands, with 10 other tests taking place at various locations in the United States, including AmchitkaAlaska, Colorado, Mississippi, and New Mexico (see Nuclear weapons and the United States for details).
    •Soviet Union: 715 tests (involving 969 devices) by official count, most at Semipalatinsk Test Site and Novaya Zemlya, and a few more at various sites in Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and Ukraine.
    •France: 210 tests by official count (50 atmospheric, 160 underground), four atomic atmospheric tests at C.E.S.M. near Reggane, 13 atomic underground tests at C.E.M.O. near In Ekker in the French Algerian Sahara, and nuclear atmospheric tests at Fangataufa and nuclear undersea tests Moruroa in French Polynesia. Additional atomic and chemical warfare tests took place in the secret base B2-Namous, near Ben Wenif, other tests involving rockets and missiles at C.I.E.E.S, near Hammaguir, both in the Sahara.
    •United Kingdom: 45 tests (21 in Australian territory, including nine in mainland South Australia at Maralinga and Emu Field, some atChristmas Island in the Indian Ocean, plus many others in the United States at the Nevada Test Site as part of joint test series)
    •China: 45 tests (23 atmospheric and 22 underground, at Lop Nur Nuclear Weapons Test Base, in Malan, Xinjiang)
    •India: Six underground tests (including the first one in 1974), at Pokhran
    •Pakistan: Six underground tests, at Ras Koh Hills, Chagai District and Kharan Desert, Kharan District in Balochistan Province.
    •North Korea: Three underground tests at the Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site
    Total Atmospherics explosions: >400

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  243. Erik Says:

    His five points where he apparently has “dug pretty deep” to get to the real news that the “corporate-owned evening news” don’t get around to broadcasting have all been blown out of proportion.

    450 tons of water is nothing compared to the 7.15 x 10^15 displacement tons of water in the pacific.

    The “open sores” witnessed on polar bears and other sea animals are not consistent with radiation burns, which cause erythemas, not ulcers

    It does not come as a surprise that fukushima is unfit for living in, and will be so in the forseeable future

    A third more babies may indeed be born with hyperthyroidism, but this is an increase of 33 percent, not 33 percentage points. With the average amercian rate of hyperthyroidism under 1% (http://www.freemd.com/hyperthyroidism/incidence.htm), this means at most an increase to 1.33% on the west coast.

    A doubling of the radiation, to a peak to 10 Bq means nothing. Homes have to be under 200 Bq legally be sold, and some basements have up to 1000 Bq (not that that is safe in any way)

  244. Jeff Says:

    I prefer to believe this guy from Woods Hole:

    http://www.surfingmagazine.com/blogs/the-scoop-radioactive-pacific/

    At least he was willing to put his name on his opinion.

  245. Furd Says:

    Umm.. 300-450 tons of water is almost nothing… about 10% of an Olympic swimming pool or 0.000000000000001% of the ocean. You get more radiation from eating carrots or bananas (and other high potassium and radium fruits & veggies) than that.

  246. mg Says:

    Fact-checking can win or lose an ideological war; as a reader (and a liberal!) i look at this article not knowing what information i can trust and thus not being able to come to my own conclusions at all.

  247. Keith Says:

    Almost everything on this page is fabricated falsehood designed to incite fear. There is absolutely zero quantitative data. Much of it is out and out lies. It is the dose that makes the poison, folks. Doses to Americans from Fukushima are extraordinarily tiny compared to even natural background. It’s just fearmongering and the people who write such drivel should be ashamed of themselves.

  248. Linda Gordon Says:

    One of my clients, who will remain unnamed, is a nuclear contractor for the military. I asked him if it was true, what I read in the Alliance For Natural Health website, that the radiation in California was over 700 times safe levels. His response was”oh, it’s MUCH WORSE than that, it is over 1200 times safe levels from half way up Canada, to the bottom of Baha, and California produce should not be eaten anymore, it istoo toxic. ” He also informed me the worst of it was not making it over the Sierras and the Cascades, but advised that it would be better to keep noving east, and stay away from California produce.-Linda, renohealingmassage.com

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  250. jim g Says:

    and, once again, the governments, and regulatory agencies, and the lamestream media do nothing but alibi and cover up these problems. we need RADICAL change. in the USA, both parties are hopelessly corrupt, bought and paid for. we need new ideas, leaders, and direction. now.

  251. Steve Broome Says:

    While I do think that the situation is much worse than has been said there’s a lot of hyperbole in here that along with the fake map make it feel more like Michael Moore specialties than a factual presentation. Also it’s a little silly to talk about how corporate media won’t cover something and then quote MSNBC, MSN, Huffington Post, etc.

  252. Jan Says:

    How very bizarre that so many people here are refusing to accept that there is and is going to be a serious problem, particularly to marine life.

    With or without the map, surely it’s common sense that a nuclear spill into the pacific is a pretty serious matter?
    Oh well, such is the state of humanity during my lifetime.

  253. So Co Gal Says:

    Keep up the good work, Gary.

    Americans are asleep at the wheel and in an undeniable state of denial.

    Look at the BP cover up – sheeze.

    And people worry about global warming as they sit in their gas gobbling oversized SUVs, think impacting the environment is recycling toxic water bottles, turn their A/C down in the summer and their heat up in the winter and think electric cars are a good thing but coal is bad.

    We need to be scared, mad, yelling at the top of lungs that the insanity has to stop.

    Just wait until the Continental Grid Power down happens in November (as reported in the NY Times 2 weeks ago in case all you CBS/NBC/ABC/FOX gobbling drones missed it) and NORTH AMERICA is cut off from all communication, electricity, etc.

    When they can’t get on their iPhones, their mindless cable TV, their Candy Crush habits – MAYBE, just MAYBE a few of the brain dead will wake up and realize YOU ARE BEING LIED TO.

    Chernobal, 3 Mile Island, Weapons of Mass Destruction, FDA approved drugs recalled because they KILL people, I could go on and on and on

    Even if your info is slightly off, Gary, it is still spot on.

    Keep on keepin’ on

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  255. Alison Says:

    Fukushima Radioactive Plume to Reach US in 3 Years
    Aug. 28, 2013 — The radioactive ocean plume from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear plant disaster will reach the shores of the US within three years from the date of the incident but is likely to be harmless according to new paper in the journal Deep-Sea Research 1.
    While atmospheric radiation was detected on the US west coast within days of the incident, the radioactive particles in the ocean plume take considerably longer to travel the same distance.
    In the paper, researchers from the Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science and others used a range of ocean simulations to track the path of the radiation from the Fukushima incident.
    The models identified where it would likely travel through the world’s oceans for the next 10 years.
    “Observers on the west coast of the United States will be able to see a measurable increase in radioactive material three years after the event,” said one of the paper’s authors, Dr Erik van Sebille.
    “However, people on those coastlines should not be concerned as the concentration of radioactive material quickly drops below World Health Organisation safety levels as soon as it leaves Japanese waters.”
    Two energetic currents off the Japanese coast – the Kuroshio Current and the Kurushio Extension – are primarily responsible for accelerating the dilution of the radioactive material, taking it well below WHO safety levels within four months.
    Eddies and giant whirlpools – some tens of kilometres wide – and other currents in the open ocean continue this dilution process and direct the radioactive particles to different areas along the US west coast.
    “Although some uncertainties remain around the total amount released and the likely concentrations that would be observed, we have shown unambiguously that the contact with the north-west American coasts will not be identical everywhere,” said Dr. Vincent Rossi.
    “Shelf waters north of 45°N will experience higher concentrations during a shorter period, when compared to the Californian coast. This late but prolonged exposure is due to the three-dimensional pathways of the plume. The plume will be forced down deeper into the ocean toward the subtropics before rising up again along the southern Californian shelf.”
    Interestingly, the great majority of the radioactive material will stay in the North Pacific, with very little crossing south of the Equator in the first decade. Eventually over a number of decades, a measurable but otherwise harmless signature of the radiation will spread into other ocean basins, particularly the Indian and South Pacific oceans.
    “Australia and other countries in the Southern Hemisphere will see little if any radioactive material in their coastal waters and certainly not at levels to cause concern,” Dr van Sebille said.
    “For those interested in tracking the path of the radiation, we have developed a website (adrift.org.au) to help them.
    “Using this website, members of the public can click on an area in the ocean and track the movement of the radiation or any other form of pollution on the ocean surface over the next 10 years.”
    The above story is based on materials provided by University of New South Wales.
    Note: Materials may be edited for content and length. For further information, please contact the source cited above.
    ________________________________________
    Journal Reference:
    Vincent Rossi, Erik Van Sebille, Alexander Sen Gupta, Véronique Garçon, Matthew H. England. Multi-decadal projections of surface and interior pathways of the Fukushima Cesium-137 radioactive plume. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, 2013; 80: 37 DOI: 10.1016/j.dsr.2013.05.015 Surface (0–200m) of Cesium-137 concentrations (Bq/m3) by (a)April 2012, (b) April 2014 (c) April 2016 and (d) April 2021. (Credit: Image courtesy of University of New South Wales)

  256. Melodie Nguyen Says:

    Radioactive isotopes originating from the damaged Fukushimanuclear reactor in Japan following the earthquake and tsunami inMarch 2011 were found in resident marine animals and in migratory Pacific bluefin tuna (PBFT). Publication of this information resulted
    in a worldwide response that caused public anxiety and concern, although PBFT captured off California in August 2011 contained activity concentrations below those from naturally occurring radionuclides. To link the radioactivity to possible health impairments,
    we calculated doses, attributable to the Fukushima derived and the naturally occurring radionuclides, to both the marine biota and human fish consumers. We showed that doses in all cases were dominated by the naturally occurring alpha-emitter 210Po and that
    Fukushima-derived doses were three to four orders of magnitude below 210 Po-derived doses. Doses to marine biota were about two orders of magnitude below the lowest benchmark protection level proposed for ecosystems (10 μGy·h−1). The additional dose from
    Fukushima radionuclides to humans consuming tainted PBFT in the United States was calculated to be 0.9 and 4.7 μSv for average consumers and subsistencefishermen, respectively. Such doses are
    comparable to, or less than, the dose all humans routinely obtain from naturally occurring radionuclides in many food items, medical treatments, air travel, or other background sources. Although uncertainties remain regarding the assessment of cancer risk atlow doses of ionizing radiation to humans, the dose received fromPBFT consumption by subsistence fishermen can be estimated to result in two additional fatal cancer cases per 10,000,000 similarly exposed people.”
    Source: http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2013/05/30/1221834110.full.pdf+html

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  258. Gasper Jack Says:

    Its sad that the first nations do not see or are taking the Fukishima disaster as a threat to their health. This is okay with the USA and Canadian governments, we are considered a burr to their efforts to gain full access to all resources and we are impeding their progress, this is what the corporations that back the two governments prolly are thinking and saying.

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  260. Dana Thompson Says:

    I TOLD YOU SO!!!

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  264. John P. Says:

    The most interesting thing I find in this story about the Japanese reactor and contaminated water is this. The USA has suffered from any number of years from our use of nuclear weapons in WWII and the harm we caused.

    Isn’t it ironic that they caused similar damage to themslves?!

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  267. may i ask you Says:

    So all i want to know is can i eat fish!!!!! Any one know if it will harm New Zealand waters???

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  271. Jamie Says:

    I am as concerned about the radiation leak as anyone, but leaving your flawed graphic up is irresponsible and just shows that you are more worried about getting publicity than that facts. Weaksauce.

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  273. Glennie Odell Says:

    Jackeline…

    nice…

  274. brian Says:

    nice! Why is noone talking about it!?!
    lets get sick silently, we have obamacare!!

  275. Andy Gibson Says:

    Brian has asked why no-one is talking about it. The same questions could be asked with the commercial sporting extravaganza September decision: “The Olympic Committee Is
    Mistress To The Nuclear Industry” as exposed by Yoichi Shimatsu (a former editor of the Japan Times Weekly in Tokyo) as reported in Rense. http://www.rense.com/general96/olymm.html

  276. stefan Says:

    A friend of mine used your graphic ‘radiation’ in several speeches, explaning what danger goes all over the world from Fukushima. You still have this graphic named ‘radiation’ online. On aug. 16th you say that you did not know that this shows not radiation but the wave height of the tsunami. Sorry to say, but if you do not understand, that ‘cm’ is no unit for radiation, you should not pubish anything about this. 39,000 visitors per day show that the damage you cause to the environmental idea and necessary spiritual cange is very big! I appreciate your motivation very much, but it would be better not to publish wrong or half true information. Sorry for my bad english.

  277. Gary Stamper Says:

    I appreciate your comment, Stefan, but in the image I posted, I could not read the the very small chart on the image. It appeared on so many other sites as authentic, I assumed it was. My bad. Also, I don’t agree that the article should not have been published. The viral quality raised a LOT of people’s awareness. Your English is fine.

  278. Yk Says:

    So Says the naive American. I was just in Japan and their fish was absolutely fine. Perhaps your focus should be on why you self proclaimed “greatest nation in the world” can’t have the same quality of life as Japan or Korea. Coming home to the states makes me realize how third world, undeveloped and uncultured Americans really are.

  279. Gary Stamper Says:

    I’m curious, Yk…with all these experts saying otherwise, how do you know the fish was “fine,” even as some Japanese scientists are issuing warnings and Korea bans the importation of Japanese-caught fish? Are they naive? Did you bring your own professionally calibrated gieger counter with you? The ones that take several hours to give a full range of readings? and you call me naive? As for the last part of your rant, I’m not disagreeing with you, there, and it’s obvious you’re not reading my writings. Please try to bring a nuanced and informed perspective to your comments.

  280. SS Says:

    Ask a Japanese person. It’s all fine! There’s absolutely nothing wrong at all. It was just like a minor, insignificant .. nothing.. that happened that people are freaking out about. lol…

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  284. Gary Stamper Says:

    Several readers sent us this quote from another article. Well worth noting.

  285. Jack Schick Says:

    Gary,
    I imagine you will get more hits like me, coming from a reply to an enenews.com article. obewanspeaks is one of the most aware commenters. I know you have moved on to new writings, but it is so important for
    us to refute the pompous “better educated” windbags who are just plain wrong. Fuku has not decreased in radioactive output at all, in two-and-a-half years; rather, the truth is that daily observations by webcam-watchers, able to also monitor seismic info, have seen huge plumes of superheated gases blasting directly into the air, cranes fallen over, and the true facts recorded, in the face of worldwide lying corp media. These uninformed people wishing to counter-speak the Truth need only go to
    enenews dot com, prepared to seriously READ.

    I was worried, Gary, that you were avoiding mention of enenews.com for some reason. Rains, falling constantly across the Pacific, have added more and more FALLOUT to the east-bound currents. No Radiation Releases have been Abated, nor curbed, nor decreased, nor deflected. It is a Constant Blast Furnace of superheated, deadly radioactive gas, forced high, into the upper atmosphere, into the jet stream. Fukushima is the End foreshadowed by Chernobyl.

    Gary, did you know that the word “Chernobyl” is the direct translation of Wormwood, that word seen in Biblical Prophecy? Please go to Jeremiah 9, and remember as you read the chapter, replace “Wormwood” with “Chernobyl”, and appreciate the Most High. We were told clear back then! It is Chilling! Are folks even educated enough to know about the Chernobyl permanent Exclusion Zone? TV show: “Radioactive Wolves” mentioned the “old Jewish trading port of Chernobyl, on the river…” It was named for the Wormwood trees, a type of Artemisia tree commonly called the Wormwood forest in Ukraine. Jeremiah 9…Chernobyl = Wormwood, and now we KNOW Fukushima is the next level of death, an extension of the Prophecy of Wormwood. Don’t eat the fish. Bible warned you about it. into ground-and-seawater

  286. Gary Stamper Says:

    Jack, you’re not paying attention. I published an article from ENENEWS on the 26th, the day before you offered your comment.

    It is interesting to hear current events interpreted from your worldview. It’s not that you’re wrong about what’s happening, but why it’s happening, but the causes and the reasons, look different at every worldview. You’ve taken a very traditionalist perspective, assigning Biblical explanations.

    By the way, the word “wormwood” is not in the King James version. I did find this, however, and thought it interesting:

    “In the Revelation of Christ given to John we find a most intriguing prophecy often used to suggest that some kind of heavenly body will crash into the earth and do great damage. The prophecy describes this as a “great star” named Wormwood. Lets examine this concept in light of biblical support.”

    Rev 8:10-11 “And the third angel sounded, and there fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of waters; And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter.”

    As for Chernobyl equating with Wormwood, “A number of Bible scholars consider the term Wormwood to be a purely symbolic representation of the bitterness that will fill the earth during troubled times, noting that the plant for which Wormwood is named, Artemisia absinthium, or Mugwort, Artemisia vulgaris, is a known Biblical metaphor for things that are unpalatably bitter. One interesting theory is that nuclear weaponry could be called wormwood. For example: Ukrainian synonymy ‘wormwood’. They do poison the water where they are detonated, thus explaining the correlation. Some[12] even point to the Chernobyl disaster as a possible fulfillment of this prophecy, as the name Chernobyl is said to translate to “wormwood.” source, wikipedia, not the most reliable.

  287. Brenda Fogle Says:

    Thank you.

  288. bob Says:

    guys you do know that this is fake right?

  289. Gary Stamper Says:

    C’mon, Bob…such an easy thing to say, but you don’t back it up. Classic Fuku-Denier.

  290. Robert Says:

    I honestly think that this guy needs to actually study what he is talking about — this falls under the category of “Journalism should be labelled with ‘warning, fool doesn’t know what they are talking about and any credit may induce mass hysteria’”

    Seriously, I can see your train of thought going along “Oh well our government won’t test for this because it would be an insult to the Japanese, our longtime economic ally, and hence they put our safety behind the international relations… This is because this would go against their big corporate donors”

    God such a fucking nut!

  291. Gary Stamper Says:

    Another intellectual giant with nothing to back up what you say, but your email address says it all: “…@gof***yourself.now”? Really?

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  293. Christine Pombo Says:

    What about Atlantic Fish? Fish from rivers like farm raised Idaho trout ?? Or should we give up fish altogether?
    I need to know how to proceed for my own health and what to pass on to loved ones and community!
    Thanks!
    I look forward to a comment … Thanks again!

  294. bcdude Says:

    people have no idea,the earthquake that happened in japan,causing the worst disaster in history of mankind,there’s an evil elite depopulation agenda,wake up,society,everybody is brainwashed,everybody actually believes the corporate media,think about it,how many corporations would lose billions if u stopped consuming seafood,due to radiation contamination,everything in the pacific has been poisoned.biggest cover up in history.

  295. Wayne P Says:

    Well reading thru all your comments, and hearing many speak of disinformation, sad, very sad, I am a person with many friends from NASA, and NOAA, and people working at the EPA, and I can tell you, that this is very real, and VERY scary, I do not see the human race being around in 100 years, and that is due to the people that think all will be ok and carry on doing what we are doing, pre-1940′s cancer was rare, now it is a huge killer, all do to testing in the 40′s -60′s now be ready, in the next 20 years, 70% of the human race will get cancer, that will be how people die in the future, not smoking, not drunk driving, not old age, dying from old age will be a thing of the past, this is a very real and dark thing that has happened, and it is very real, and no one can make a perfect map, but it is here, and EVERYTHING is affected now

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  301. Jsun Blaze Says:

    Fake this an that. Prove this or that. What does any of it really matter. We have a nuclear melt down happening on our planet, and people need proof in order to take action?? We have no solution to solve the problem, and the problem is a planet destroyer.I don’t need evidence to convince me of anything. My BRIAN tells me all I need to know in this matter. WE ARE IN TROUBLE!! For those who feel no need to panic or to be concerned, I would like to know when we created the magic box that is containing the radiation. We do know for a fact that the plant is in the meltdown stage. We do know for a fact we can’t stop it. Common sense tells me sooner or later, we are going to have to deal with major issues. The world is in trouble, and by half these comments I read here, we are very far from working together in order to solve it. God bless and good luck fello humans. I have a strong felling your all on your own people.

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  303. Linda Says:

    …and now they decide to tell us about this. If I didn’t have a brain I would say that they did not know about this a long time ago, but since I do, Pleeeeeease!

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  305. Black Panther Says:

    What do you think about this:
    http://humansarefree.com/2011/03/nsa-virus-stuxnet-hacked-fukushima.html#.UnEgvRm8QPs.facebook

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/haarp-secret-weapon-used-for-weather-modification-electromagnetic-warfare/20407

    and his: http://www.minds.com/blog/view/100000000000132601/rockefeller-email-from-2002-outlines-armageddon-agenda-and-transition-to-new-world

    ? Any correlation?

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  307. dwdeclare Says:

    Yippee…we’re all gonna die!

  308. Gary Stamper Says:

    Well, we are all going to die, anyway…Does this come as a surprise to you?

  309. Stu Says:

    The commenter are even worse than the article. “More people are dying of cancer!” Did you ever take a statistics class? You are inferring a causal relationship from a correlation that is a trend that was going on long before the Fukushima disaster. This does not mean YOU have facts, it means you lack statistical literacy. To be certain, there are environmental problems, and the Fukushima disaster is a big problem for fish… In Japan. But a tuna caught in Alaska, or off the coast of California is not going to have radiation levels significant enough to cause health effects in humans. I’m not saying meltdowns are good, Just that this is what it is: yellow journalism.

  310. Gary Stamper Says:

    “there are lies, damned lies, and statistics” – attributed to maark Twain – is a phrase describing the persuasive power of numbers, particularly the use of statistics to bolster weak arguments. Stu, I appreciate your comments, but pay attentention. The evidence, becoming more and more overwhelming every day, isn’t coming from the fringe anymore. many reputable scientists are now blowing the lid off the coverup, giving more and more credence to the original aerticle I posted. You simply must look at the big picture.

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  312. Litere Volumetrice Bucuresti Says:

    Very nice post. I like-it.

  313. Delcamag Says:

    Iteresting article.

  314. John Says:

    nice post

  315. RCA Says:

    I recently found many useful information in your website especially this blog page. Among the lots of comments on your articles.

  316. Agentii Turism Bucuresti Says:

    An interesting article and congratulations for this blog note 10.

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  318. Ison Says:

    Thanks for the info, it’s much appreciated. I did my own research, and I think you under estimated the contamination to the sea and all life in the oceans. People believe what’s on television and there news channels, they should there own research.

  319. Gary Stamper Says:

    Ha! Too funny! while I’m being accused of fear-mongering the fuk-u-deniers, here you are saying I’m underestimating the effects of Fukushima…Just can’t win for losing! I agree with you, and remember, this was written back in late August and we have a lot more information, now. Thanks for contributing.

  320. dan Says:

    nice

  321. Canaan Says:

    This is outlandish. Does no one do any research themselves?

    I emailed NOAA about this image months ago when I first heard this information about it being radiation.

    This is what they responded to me with, “Hello Canaan, thank you for bringing this to our attention. We have received inquiries about this and there are certainly some misconceptions about what the image is representing. It can be found on our webpage at http://www.nnvl.noaa.gov/MediaDetail.php?MediaID=680&MediaTypeID=1 however it clearly indicates that the image is depicting wave heights associated with the earthquake, not radiation levels. Unfortunately, it seems as though the image has been taken out of context so we will find a way to set the record straight and clarify that the image depicts wave heights.

    Have a nice day.”

    If anyone would like to pay attention instead of just jumping on bandwagon nonsense then you would see that the map is of tsunami wave heights, not radiation.

    If you want to be a credible news source, use credible information instead of re-posting crap people bullshitted on facebook.

    Pathetic. Do your research.

  322. Gary Stamper Says:

    Yeah, this was pointed out several months ago and was corrected. A day late and a dollar short….but nice to see your outrage.

  323. Anony Says:

    I stopped reading at “the FDA has refused to test for radiation” in sea lions. I’m sure nobody approached the Food and Drug Administration about this, as it is clearly out of the agency’s purview, but if the FDA was approached, undoubtedly it would decline. Last I checked Sea Lions weren’t food or a drug. This is quite possibly one of the most ignorant, nonsensical statements I have read on the internet.

  324. L Says:

    Some major news source recently showed that spleens in Pacific fish were radioactive. A geiger counter won’t register that radioactivity if you are just checking a fish, so they had to go inside the fish and find the spleen and then test it. I also heard San Francisco has been measuring 150 times the normal amounts of radiation there. Whatever the stats, manmade radiation is not like normal sun radiation. It is lethal. Common sense would tell you that dumping this stuff in the ocean is not good. It doesn’t just evaporate.

  325. Tim Says:

    Why don’t you update your site with accurate information instead of leaving up inaccurate information which continues to garner the same comments? Also, instead of quoting actual names and agencies when you present “facts” you use phrases like scientists, reporters, etc. If you have facts, present them with a source which can be fact-checked. And, BTW, none of the graphics which purportedly show the oceanic currents which you link to are accurate in any sense, since they all totally ignore the NP Gyre, SP Gyre, and most of all the NP Current. A Japanese fishing boat (which has spent nearly two years in the ocean between the US and Japan since the events) just washed up two days ago on the coast of Washington State. Guess what? Activity level: background. Facts like that don’t make news, though.

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  327. GFRF Says:

    Fifty years ago, on 28 May 1959, the World Health Organisation’s assembly voted into force an obscure but important agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency – the United Nations “Atoms for Peace” organisation, founded just two years before in 1957. The effect of this agreement has been to give the IAEA an effective veto on any actions by the WHO that relate in any way to nuclear power – and so prevent the WHO from playing its proper role in investigating and WARNING of the dangers of nuclear radiation on human health.
    …..the WHO has never investigated Chernobyl and will NOT investigate Fukushima!
    MONEY TALKS while people are dying.
    “Come quickly Lord Jesus” Revelation 22:20

  328. bob meis Says:

    your fear mongering is a symptom of a sickness. lead, and cesium dont float, salt water is the only thing that cant deteriorate any neuclear product. if you have any concrete experience in common sense you would know that the impact of mankind is trivial in the big picture of things.

  329. Gary Stamper Says:

    Thank you for your compelling arguments, Bob. I’m sure we can all go home now and stop worrying since we’ve been assured by someone who can’t spell “nuclear.”

  330. Bannere Publicitare Says:

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  331. Gary Stamper Says:

    Ed. translation: “I recently found many useful information in your website especially this blog page. Among the many comments on your articles.”
    Gracias.

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  334. David Says:

    The simulation by the German scientists show it reaching North America after 5-6 years – although it is merely a physical spreading model. It also predicts a decrease by 1/10,000 by the time it reaches N. America. Saying seal pups are dying now in California because of levels in sardines near Japan seems too big a leap. Listen to the report by the scientists yourself: http://iopscience.iop.org/1748-9326/7/3/034004

  335. Gary Stamper Says:

    And, yet, here it is: From Global Research

  336. Rob Says:

    This isn’t making sense to me. It is easy to check for radiation with a 1000 $ hand held detector. Yes maybe we can find one some increase but due to diulation and decay it is going to be very small. Hey I am not saying it is “good” but there is no point in being alarmist. If you are really worried get a detector and check the food. I doubt you will find any measurable difference.

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  338. dying Says:

    we’ll gonna day anyway

  339. Gary Stamper Says:

    Yes, and we’re probably all going to die, too!

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