Jan 28


Prof. Yury Bandazhevsky: Over 50 Bq/Kg In Humans Leads To Irreversible Lesions In Vital Organs – CRIMINAL WHO And IAEA EXPOSED (Video)

Japanese TV Program In 1993: What Happened to Chernobyl Children 7 Years after the Accident? ‘Truly Terrible Things Emerged Several Years After The Accident’ – THE CRIMINAL IAEA EXPOSED (Video)



“The Implications of Massive Radiation Contamination of Japan with Radioactive Cesium”

Steven Starr
Senior Scientist, Physicians for Social Responsibility
Clinical Laboratory Science Program Director, University of Missouri

Helen Caldicott Foundation
The Medical and Ecological Consequences of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident
Co-Sponsored by Physicians for Social Responsibility
March 11th & 12th, 2013

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Nov 03

‘Is The Food Supply Safe?’

Is radiation safe? (And that really should be a rhetorical question.)

CBC Headline: Radiation from Fukushima arrives on Alaska coast — University scientists concerned — “Is the food supply safe?… I don’t think anyone can really answer that” (ENENews, Nov 3, 2013):

CBC News, Nov. 2, 2013: Radiation from Japan nuclear plant arrives on Alaska coast […] Scientists at the University of Alaska are concerned about radiation leaking from Japan’s damaged Fukushima nuclear plant, and the lack of a monitoring plan. Some radiation has arrived in northern Alaska and along the west coast. That’s raised concern over contamination of fish and wildlife. More may be heading toward coastal communities […]

John Kelley, professor emeritus at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks: “The data they will need is not only past data but current data, and if no one is sampling anything then we won’t really know it, will we? The general concern was, is the food supply safe? And I don’t think anyone can really answer that definitively.”

Douglas Dasher, researcher at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks: “The levels they are projecting in some of the models are in the ballpark of what they saw in the North Pacific in the 1960s.”

Recent reports have noted health problems in Alaskan wildlife, including seals, polar bears, walruses, whales, and sea stars. Continue reading »

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Jul 29

Japanese Author: “Extreme increase of mortality caused by cardiac disease” in Fukushima — Death rate “might give the creeps to some people”

The Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry yesterday released its monthly vital statistics of February 2012: http://www.mhlw.go.jp/toukei/saikin/hw/jinkou/geppo/m2012/02.html

  • The number of death was up 12.5 percent (=12695 people) compared to the same month of the year before
  • The number of death caused by Malignant Neoplasm was up 7.7% (=2066 people) from the same month of the year before
  • The number caused by cardiac disease was up 14.6% (=2585 people)

July 27, 2012 post from non-fiction author Ryuichi Akiba translated by Dissensus Japan:


It’s a report of the investigation on population shift and causes of death of the year before and January and February of this year.


It can provide valuable figure how much the extremely large amount of fallout released from Fukushima Daiichi damaged public health and life.

The “cause specific death rate” deserves careful attention.


The figure might give the creeps to some people. Continue reading »

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Dec 10

Related information:

Japanese TV Program In 1993: What Happened to Chernobyl Children 7 Years after the Accident? ‘Truly Terrible Things Emerged Several Years After The Accident’ – THE CRIMINAL IAEA EXPOSED

Silent Death – Horror Scenario Awaits Japan (The Low-Level Radiation Myth Exposed)

Dr. Helen Caldicott (Co-founder of Physicians for Social Responsibility):

The Propaganda From The Government And The Nuclear Industry About Low-Level Radiation Is Absolute Rubbish:

You’ve bought the propaganda from the nuclear industry. They say it’s low-level radiation. That’s absolute rubbish. If you inhale a millionth of a gram of plutonium, the surrounding cells receive a very, very high dose. Most die within that area, because it’s an alpha emitter. The cells on the periphery remain viable. They mutate, and the regulatory genes are damaged. Years later, that person develops cancer. Now, that’s true for radioactive iodine, that goes to the thyroid; cesium-137, that goes to the brain and muscles; strontium-90 goes to bone, causing bone cancer and leukemia. It’s imperative that you understand internal emitters and radiation, and it’s not low level to the cells that are exposed. Radiobiology is imperative to understand these days.”

There is a lot more information on the effects of low-level radiation below (Scroll down until: ‘There are no safe levels of radiation:’)

Nuclear Controversies



Documentary of 51 mn of Wladimir Tchertkoff (2003). In June 2001 in Kiev, the nuclear based experts of the IAEA and WHO maintain that the catastrophe of Tchernobyl made only 31 died “approximately”…

Professor Yury Bandazhevsky:

Former director of the Medical Institute in Gomel (Belarus), is a scientist working on sanitary consequences of the Chernobyl disaster. He was the first to create an institute in Belarus, in 1989, specially dedicated to scientific work on the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. In 1978 he married Galina Bandazhevskaja, a medical doctor specialized in pediatrics.

– Criminal Dr. Norman Elswood Gentner:

From 2001 to 2005, he joined the United Nations Secretariat, serving as the sixth Secretary of UNSCEAR. He has also served on the Inter-Agency Committee on Radiation Safety (IACRS; which sponsored the International Basic Safety Standards), the United Nations Inter-Agency Task Force on Chernobyl, the IAEA’s (International Atomic Energy Agency) Radiation Safety Standards Committee (RASSC), Observer to ICRP (the International Commission on Radiological Protection) Committee 1 and the NEA’s (the OECD’s Nuclear Energy Agency) Committee on Radiation Protection and Public Health (CRPPH), and Corresponding Member to the ICRP Task Group on Protection of the Environment.

More info:
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