The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is a primary party to the biggest cover-up in modern history – the extent of the Fukushima Daiichi disaster and the growing catastrophic impacts that endanger all life on Earth.
It issued a report – “Japan Lessons Learned: Fukushima Water Contamination – Impacts on the U.S. West Coast” – just updated in January 2015. The report is a blatant lie. It fails to mention major contamination issues. It cherry picks the science. It ignores U.S. government findings.
The authors are Jessica Kratchman, Chuck Norton, and Robert Bernardo.
Here is the report link http://pbadupws.nrc.gov/docs/ML1502/ML15021A530.pdf
You can also access this short report here.
Here are the opening paragraphs:
FUKUSHIMA WATER CONTAMINATION- IMPACTS ON THE U.S. WEST COAST
Jessica Kratchman and Chuck Norton
Updated January 2015 – Robert Bernardo
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
The NRC continues to see public interest in low concentrations of radioactive material detected off the U.S. West Coast. The material comes from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station’s catastrophic and unprecedented accident following the Great Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of March 2011.
While the NRC has created this background discussion, more up to date information is available through the links (such as to Japan’s Nuclear Regulatory Authority (JNRA)) at the end of this report. While the NRC continues to examine information on this situation, many other Federal and State agencies carry out the environmental monitoring needed to determine any health and safety effects from the Fukushima-based contamination.
THE FACTS: BOTTOM LINE
The available evidence continues to lead the NRC and other Federal, State and local governments to conclude the low levels of radiation leaking into the ocean from Fukushima Daiichi fall well short of posing any U.S. health or environmental risk…
This is the official U.S. government stance. Please read it.
Then let others know.
This must not stand.
Break through this wall of silence. Debunk this damn report and the government that supports it.
For the Earth’s sake, for the children’s sake, and for all of our sake.