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Fukishima Radiation in CA Produce, Mutations Hit South CA

Cesium detected in California nuts and fruit; airplane radiation detected in two flights; new mechanism of Fukushima fallout exposed and mutations hit California.

Enviroreporter’s Micheal Collins joins Jeff Rense with the latest updates on the Fukushima Nuclear Fallout hitting the west coast of the United States.

Listen to the Full 1 hour show here: http://rense.gsradio.net:8080/rense/special/rense_Collins_082012.mp3



3 Comments on "Fukishima Radiation in CA Produce, Mutations Hit South CA"

  1. BillT on Sat, 1st Sep 2012 12:17 pm 

    Nothing new here.
    Radiation is good for you.
    Absorb all you can.
    There are too many ‘eaters’ anyway.
    Death is good for the GDP.

  2. Kenz300 on Sat, 1st Sep 2012 2:36 pm 

    In Japan the nuclear industry, nuclear regulators and the politicians had a much too cozy relationship. This disaster continues today with no end in sight. TEPCO is bankrupt and the taxpayers will be paying for the clean up FOREVER. The spent fuel storage pools still have not been contained and pose a huge danger.

    Nuclear energy is too costly and too dangerous. It is time to transition to safe, clean alternative energy sources. Wind, solar, wave energy, geothermal and second generation biofuels made from algae, cellulose and waste are the future.

  3. DMyers on Sat, 1st Sep 2012 7:07 pm 

    What a perfect stage for a play on the workings of mass psychology and epistemology. I’ll leave it to younger, more aggressive researchers to complete that particular study and production, but let me suggest a few important points to be raised.

    Let’s say the most fundamental source of knowledge for the masses is the identification of cause and effect. [touch hot stove, burn finger, hot stove bad] With the Fukishima fallout, we are deprived of that mechanism. However dire they may be, the effects are too remote in time and place for us to make a connection. The cause itself is virtually invisible and of a nature outside the cognition of our normal lives. The chain of events it triggers in your body systems is also invisible until it reaches advanced stages.

    Then, there is the political climate in which this is occurring. We live in a time when our political and scientific leaders openly espouse that we all would be better off if a whole bunch of us die. A massive die-off, therefore, could be a good thing to those who reside in the well fortified ivory tower, from where the response to the situation is directed. A government with comic book powers over Nature keeps raising the threshold of danger, in a callous effort to make the masses unaware that they have reached it.

    A final scene could be the annual Dance of the Mass Graves. The mini- masses will celebrate the great dying that left so much more to enjoy for those who mysteriously survived. “Sorry you had to die,” they will sing, “Glad it was you and not I.”