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The dangers foreseen from the Fukushima nuclear crisis

Here’s a very thought provoking peek at the dangers foreseen from the Fukushima nuclear crisis.

At the press conference “The Dangers of Nuclear War” held at Montreal on March 18, 2011, Dr Helen Caldicott speaks about the dangers of nuclear power, from what happened at Chernobyl 25 years ago and the resulting situation in Europe that is dangerously contaminated till date, to the situation at the Fukushima Nuclear Crisis in Japan and the dangers it poses to us all.

 

 

Now, what would you say about this?

 

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About Tokyo Nuclear Watchdog

I'm a foreigner living in Tokyo, Japan, and I have been impacted by the Japan Nuclear Crisis of March 11, 2011. Though the impact of the massive earthquake that was followed by an even more disastrous tsunami, which led to the nuclear crisis, was not as disastrous in Tokyo as it was around the Fukushima Nuclear Plants, there has not been sufficient data to prove that Tokyo is safe from nuclear radiation as is being portrayed by the authorities. This site aims at erring on the side of safety while it keeps a close watch on the crisis and how it affects those residing in and around the Tokyo (Kanto) region. Remember that the proper truth about radiation may only come out 5 or 10 years later when a classified file gets leaked out, but that will be too late for you to do anything about it if you were in Tokyo and had been through those radiation then (which as of this writing, is NOW). Do not believe the media. Trust your instincts, and make your own well-informed decisions about your safety. This site is here to help you, and your contributions are most welcome.

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