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Posted in: Radioactivity: Japan's invisible enemy within See in context

I'm all for keeping the negative, fear mongering rhetoric down, however that doesn't solve the real problem that there is a difference between RADIATION, and what a major part of this article touches on without making it clear of course; RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES getting in to our bodies, and a % staying inside, getting absorbed into muscle, bone etc., pretty much forever (strength reducing by half over time dependent on the type).

Great set of educational Videos about Radiation & Isotopes: http://www.ionactive.co.uk/multi-media_video.html?m=6

I wish people would stop assuming ambient Radiation levels (reading such as can be picked up by a Geiger counter - only certain types and most models are woefully inadequate at detecting much at all unless you are right next to a major source) with the potential for DNA & cell damage associated with ingesting Radioactive isotope particles, so that we could all learn more about the real level of danger posed by consuming food that has absorbed any level of radioactive particles.

How do animals get unsafe levels of radioactive isotopes inside them? By consuming tainted foods primarily such as the Rice straw the contaminated Beef consumed and larger fish, consume smaller fish, that have consumed plankton/smaller organisms which have absorbed the particles.

It's straight logic: We're animals too, consuming animals & plants which could be contaminated - how is a discussion about the ambient radiation in Austria or Hong Kong, or a return flight to the US, relevant to a discussion about whether or not we and our children more to the point, are consuming particles that could sit inside our bodies potentially malforming cells over the years, some of which may become cancerous.... Have you seen what Kodama-sensei says about it? Prof. Tatsuhiko Kodama historic speech (English transcription) http://d.hatena.ne.jp/sivad/20110730/p1

At the end of the day it's binary for the average person with realistic choice - if you don't believe it's safe with current levels of information at hand, you should consider leaving. But consider overall danger to your life by making the change, then impact to other areas of your life after that.

Moving some places could increase risk to you & your families health and well being. Moving somewhere else could have an large impact on your income, quality of life & family relationships etc.

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Posted in: Economic worries escalating around the world See in context

If you have the time (about 20 short videos) watch 'The Crash Course' about where we're heading, why and how the Economy - meaning the standard of life we are all experiencing - is where we will feel it, long, long before any catastrophe of 'Climate Change' or 'Peak Oil' actually becomes evident: http://www.chrismartenson.com/crashcourse

"The Crash Course seeks to provide you with a baseline understanding of the economy so that you can better appreciate the risks that we all face. The Intro below is separated from the rest of the sections because you'll only need to see it once...it tells you about how the Crash Course came to be."

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