It is important to note that airborne radioactive fallout from the initial explosion and meltdown @ Fukushima in 2011 reached the U.S. and Canada within days and circled the globe falling out wherever the currents and precipitation carried it, mostly to places unknown to us today.

Radioactive sockeye salmon due to Fukushima contamination has been discovered in British Columbia, Canada by a team of research scientists from the University of Victoria. Seaborn Cesium 123, which is thought to be an indicator of nuclear contamination from Fukushima, was detected on the West coast of the U.S. this month.

WHOI, is a crowd-funded science seawater sampling project, that has been monitoring the radioactive plume making its way across the Pacific to America’s west coast, from the demolished Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in eastern Japan.

The University of Victoria sampled sockeye salmon from Okanogan Lake in British Columbia tested positive for Cesium 134 as well. Cesium 134 is called the “Footprint of Fukushima” because of its fast rate of decay. With a half life of only 2.06 years, there are few other places the dangerous and carcinogenic isotope could have originated.

The Pacific food chain has seriously been contaminated by the Fukushima disaster outcome and the mainstream media is keeping extremely quit about it for a good reason.

EviroNews USA ranked the results of the Fukushima meltdown as the most destructive environmental catastrophe in human history! Medical science and epidemiological studies have demonstrated time and again that there is no safe amount of radiation for a living organism to be subjected to.

However in the wake of Fukushima, several governments, including the Japanese government have raised the ‘safe’ annual limit for radiation exposure for humans, in an increasingly radioactive world.

To lower the legal liability and to placate concerns from public we are getting nowhere on this planet, according to scientific critics around the world.

Revolution / AA Magnum-News 2017.


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