[ RadSafe ] Fw: [NucNews] Sea life die offs due to Fukushima debunked
parthasarathy k s
ksparth at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Jan 7 21:06:11 CST 2014
Those interested must make it a mission to spread information transparently. Mind you "nuclear" is not such a hated word as many may like to think; my guess is that a significant percentage of the population, may be as high as 50% are pronuclear.
The remaining group is divided equally. The first half of them chose a rigid stand. For them antinuclear sentiment is an article of faith. The next half- 25%- of the total are fence sitters. They need accurateand authentic information.WE must provide that.
On Tuesday, 7 January 2014, 22:52, "KARAM, PHILIP" <PHILIP.KARAM at nypd.org> wrote:
What is nice is that these were NOT written by anyone with ties to the nuclear industry or to the radiation safety community. Like the blog posting by Kim Martini (an oceanographer at University of Washington), found at http://www.ilind.net/2013/12/30/oceanographer-debunks-wildest-fukushima-radiation-fears/, this shows that an intelligent and scientifically literate person can examine available information in an unbiased manner and come to the conclusion that Fukushima is not causing these massive and widespread environmental problems.
If only there were more intelligent and scientifically literate people who were willing to be unbiased....
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I found the following two articles very informative and interesting.
On Tuesday, 7 January 2014, 21:17, Ellen Thomas <et at prop1.org> wrote:
From: Lilly Munster <lillymunster at gmail.com>
These two articles look at two sea life die offs that have been being
circulated as being caused by Fukushima. The authors document that both
of these issues existed long before Fukushima.
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