Not knowing/having enough data is one thing, and not allowing others to measure such data is a totally different thing. Here’s an account from someone who personally saw the government blocking attempts to measure the proper radiations in Fukushima waters where fish and seaweed is fetched from. Think about the huge conspiracy that’s underway!
Read the following account, and then let me know your opinion by leaving a comment in response to the question I ask you at the end.
“I joined the Rainbow Warrior a week ago in Keelung, Taiwan. Normally I work for Greenpeace Netherlands as a nuclear campaigner, but my radiation expertise was needed on board to guarantee the safety of the crew.
Now we are getting closer to Fukushima, the Japanese government has begun obstructing our efforts to do independent research. The sparse data published by the government and TEPCO is not enough to understand the real risks of the continuous leakage of radioactive water in the sea. The Japanese people are great need of independent information on the radioactive contamination of their seafood supply. Therefore, we are planning to do research on the radioactive contamination of seaweed, fish and shellfish.
Despite this great need for information, the Japanese government today refused a permit to do research within the territorial waters of Japan. We are allowed to conduct research outside this 12 mile zone, but this is not the area where the Japanese catch their fish and collect their seaweed.”
So, do you think the government does not know how bad the waters are, and how bad the fish and seaweed could be, or is it just that they do not care if people die in the bargain of saving the economy?