Monday, September 1, 2014

Fukushima radiation is affecting the health of the entire global ecosystem, scientist says

By L.J. Devon via Natural News, 27 August 2014

(NaturalNews) When the Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of South Carolina took the microphone at the Foreign Correspondence Club in Japan, the global impact of Fukushima radiation became much clearer.

Scientist Timothy A. Mousseau presented "Fukushima Catastrophe and its Effects on Wildlife," before a room of press and correspondents, reporting the real-life damage that Fukushima fallout is having on the planet's ecosystem. He gave dire news to Japan and compared the damage done by Fukushima to that of Chernobyl.

Twenty-two minutes into the speech, Mousseau spoke on how the radiation is killing off birds. "These next figures are really, really important, and this really was the motivation for speaking today," he said. "These are the results from four years of data, so starting July 2011, and we just did the last count last month here in Fukushima. What this graph shows very, very strikingly is that the total numbers of birds drops off with radiation in Fukushima in a very consistent pattern."

Scientist reveals albino birds, mutant firebugs, and deformed pine trees derived from Fukushima radiation

He pointed to the consistency of bird die-offs through the years, increasing over time. He showed how both the Chernobyl and Fukushima disasters showed these striking similarities. He rose even more alarm over radiation's "effects on species richness or biodiversity," stating that the effects "are even more striking, again, dropping off with increasing radiation." He talked about mutations in birds seen near Fukushima, mentioning the first swallow with patches of white feathers. "We've since been documenting in collaboration with the Wild Bird Society of Japan many more additional cases of these albinos." He talked about other biomarkers like Japanese cows with white spots on their rears. He showed pictures of birds with tumors, showing documentation of higher frequency of cataracts in humans and birds in areas with high radiation levels. Taking it a step further, he showed growth abnormalities in both firebugs and scotch pine trees.

Mousseau showed that the effects of radiation from Fukushima are similar to that of Chernobyl, which exploded in Ukraine in 1986. "The point today is that as far as we can tell so far, there does not seem to be any dramatic difference between the effects of radiation in Chernobyl versus the effects of radiation in Fukushima. I think that is one of the take home messages," he said.

Governments continue to censor the effects of Fukushima

Mousseau detests the "official government reports" on Fukushima that downplay the impact that the radiation is having on Japan and the global ecosystem. "Contrary to governmental reports, there's now an abundance of information demonstrating consequences -- in other words, injury -- to individuals, populations, species, and ecosystem functions, stemming from the low dose radiation due to Chernobyl and Fukushima disasters," he stated.

At 38 minutes into his speech, Mousseau told an Associated Press reporter that the effects are not local but are impacting the global ecosystem. "I think the only conclusion you can come to from the increasing body of evidence of Chernobyl is that all components of this ecosystem seem to be affected, from the bacteria in the soil, the fungi in the soil, all the way up to the top predators... they are all connected of course. As we pick away at the various components of the ecosystem, we have not found any particular components that don't seem to be affected in some way."

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DBlog said...

This is distressing. I have stopped frequenting because of the hopelessness I feel when I do. How do all our channels say we will get out of this? I want so badly to believe yet I get distracted by this.

rememberinginfinity said...

We just have to trust and KNOW that "Universe" will come through--and that everything will work out for the best in the long run. I hope Laron doesn't mind my posting the link here, but I wrote a recent post in my blog about that. Perhaps you will find it helpful:



DBlog said...

Thank you Stargazer. I am on my way to look.

Laron said...

I know what you mean there Daphne. One of the reasons I don't post much about the situation is partly because of there being no point in doing so... what I mean is that we can only do so much, and there are some topics we don't really need to be reminded of once we are aware of them. To be constantly bombarded about negative situations is not good for us I think. And that is what MSM does a great job of!

Laron said...

I don't mind people posting links Stargazer.

I enjoyed your article there, but I think it's important to also mention that if we are sending out energy, in whatever purpose, that we don't use our own energy as this can drain us. We should have the intention of acting as a conduit and drawing the energy through us from above.

A lot of people make the mistake of using their own energy and this can happen unconsciously, such as with massage therapists who don't even realise what they are doing most of the time with relation to the energy coming through them, so they can feel very drained after working with multiple clients.

If we do use our own energy, yes, it will be replenished like you say in your article, but the process of that energy being replenished takes ... energy for that to occur. This is a bit like how we eat a big meal, and then afterwards that meal has to be digested. That digestion takes place not only physically within the body, but also energetically as the energy system also is of course part of the physical functioning of the body. That is why people teach that it's important to not meditate or perform astral projection techniques on a full stomach, as the bodies energy is more busy and more active for a period of time as that food is digested and processes.

angelicview said...

If I remember correctly, that was something that a man called George Kavassilas (sp?) used to teach. Using your own energy/light and not drawing it from above. It did sound off to me and I'm glad you mentioned it.

DBlog said...

thanks Laron. I used to frequent a site that talks exclusively about fukushima and other radioactive tragedies, but have stopped to keep my spirits up. I know it's bad, but don't have to dwell on it.