In 2011, the earthquake, which is believed to be aftershock after another chilean earthquake in 2010, triggered a tsunami that caused the melting of reactors at Tepco’s nuclear power plant in the japanese city of fukushima. Three reactors melt, and the subsequent emission of radiation into the water was the largest in the history of mankind. Only three months after the disaster, radioactive chemicals were discarded in the Pacific Ocean in quantities exceeding the emissions during the Chernobyl’s disaster.
However, in fact, in fact indicators can be much more, because, as in recent years has been proven by several scientists, official japanese estimates of reality do not match.
And, as if all this is not enough, fukushima continues to drop an astounding amount of 300 tons into the pacific ocean! – Radioactive waste daily! And Fukushima will do this indefinitely, because the leak can not be eliminated. It is simply unavailable either to humans or to robots because of extremely high temperatures.
Therefore, it should not be surprising that fukushima has already in five years already infected the entire pacific with radiation.
Fukushima can easily be the worst environmental disaster in the history of mankind, but almost never about it, politicians, well-known scientists, or news agencies. It is interesting to note that tepco is a subsidiary of general electric, one of the largest companies in the world with very significant control over numerous media and politicians. Could this explain the lack of coverage of the fukushima disaster that we have been observing for the past five years?
In addition, there is evidence that general electric corporation for decades were aware of the fact that the fukushima reactors were in terrible condition, but did nothing. These data led to the fact that 1,400 japanese citizens filed a lawsuit against general electric for its role in the fukushima nuclear disaster.
And even if we cannot see the radiation, some parts of the western coast of north america over the past few years already feel its effect. So, after a short time after fukushima, the fish in canada began to bleed from the gills, mouths and eyes. The government ignores this illness; meanwhile, it reduced the local ichthyofauna by 10 percent, including the north pacific herring. In western canada, independent scientists record an increase in the level of radiation by 300 percent. According to their data, this level in the Pacific Ocean is growing every year. Why is it hushed up by the mainstream media? Perhaps the reason is that the us and canadian authorities have forbidden their citizens to talk about fukushima, so that people do not panic?
To the south of [canada], in the american state of oregon, starfish began to lose legs, and then – to completely disintegrate, when this region in 2013 got radiation. Now the starfish are dying in record volumes, which puts the entire oceanic ecosystem of the region at risk. However, government officials say it is not fukushima’s fault in this, although it was after fukushima that the level of radiation of the oregan tuna grew threefold. In 2014, radiation on the beaches of california increased by 500 percent. In response, government officials said that radiation comes from a mysterious unknown source and that there is nothing to worry about.
But the fukushima disaster had a huge impact not only on the west coast of north america. Now scientists say that the whole Pacific Ocean is radioactive – it is 5-10 times more radioactive apparently, depending on the distance from hiroshima, nagasaki and nuclear test sites of the usa and france. Than during the Second World War and immediately after it, when the us government experienced in this region numerous atomic bombs.