Radiation precautions for areas near Seattle, Vancouver, Portland.Perhaps you need to wash your shoes …and other things. If in Oregon, Wash., Calif. you need to demand officials test how Fukushima fallout has affected rivers and fish -- Significant radiation hit the west coast and settled in on the Cascades. We’ll see a statistically meaningful increase in cancer from Fukushima on west coast …after Japan, the most radioactive area is Cascade Mountains. Portland had cesium at 100 Bq/m². – Arnie Gundersen—(cell phone pdf, here) & (computer msword w/pop-ups & search engine, here)—
Selected chapters from, The Pacific Ocean is Dying – and You Don't Even Know
27. Fukushima does Portland, OR
30. Seattle and Portland to avoid lung- & thyroid cancer for 60 cents
Soil contaminated forever from airborne Fukushima fallout; City emergency preparedness dept. denial; & denies millions of dead sea animals covering OR coast from seaborne fallout: "Ban on inland fishing due to new & mysterious diseases from global warming"... & collapse of fishing industry & dying sea mammals with bleeding lesions & tumors, City says, "from global warming" -More local Fukushima fallout news, here(Webmaster's note: City neglects to say global warming is from nuclear fallout, military, aerial aerosols, weather warfare & directed energy weapons making fires, earthquakes, tsunamis & monster storms never before in history.)
World Nuclear Association reports millions of people live within 10 miles (16 km) of an operating reactor, here.Each one releases deadly tritium into the air, every day that falls on you and on your food and water and adds up inside to hurt you; (tritium, here)
What's happening in your State where you live?(here)
A personalized nuclear weather forecast for your City,(watch the first 3 youtubes)here.
Millions (billions) of animals dying in the Pacific Ocean, on shore, on land & birds & eagles falling from the sky,(here).
[Editor's note:] There is unfortunately in the fringes of the anti-nuclear industry community an ongoing empassioned disagreement among the top authorities ...in currently being challenged by Dana Durnford, a blue-collar activist who has collected first-hand with great personal sacrifice and dedication, documentation to prove what he sees and perceives is true.
Dana is an empassioned diver, musician, poetic and wounded soul (as we are all wounded by deaths of those we love) who loves the sea and sea life, and who has gone over thousands of miles of coastline documenting extinction-level events from Fukushima seaborne nuclear fallout and waste resulting in the extinction of British Columbia's tidepools...
...and excruciating deaths of millions of sea mammals and billions of other sea life, including decimation of the Pacific Ocean's food chains, fishing industry, plankton, and Earth's continued ability to produce oxygen in amounts needed to prevent suffocating Earth.
Dana often speaks metaphorically in venacular ...rather than in scholarly terms typical of university-educated nuclear scientists. (continued, after video)
(Editor's note: continued, from before video)The position of Nuclear Weather Forecast on this disagreement is to respect each researcher for what they have contributed to saving humanity and all life from the ravages of nuclear industry by educating people.
We would also acknowledge that it may, or may not be entirely possible that involvement of the deep state has made it clear (if not obvious) that to continue helping humanity and the life force by continuing research, time is often better spent continuing beneficial work than challenging official State positions ...which, in some countries, such as Japan, embodies treason, imprisonment, and perhaps even execution in an increasingly fascist world eroding personal freedom for corporate profit with a life-shattering knock on the door in the middle of the night.
We, therefore, highly respect Dana's work and passion and righteousness – but do disagree in some instances with his choice of words and judgements in describing the contributions and life work of others (who we highly admire) upon events with which he finds fault. We ask him to consider what was honestly reported by others in the past as well as in the present. However, we feel the central bank community – which owns, mortgages, finances and trafficks nuclear industry, military, national security, and foreign policy across the world stage who brought nuclear industry into being and maintain it ... are mass murderers and should be legally, tried, judged, sentenced and marched to the gallows ... and are sure many disagree with us, as well as agree and share our unbridled passion.
Reactors 5 & 6
If Fukushima Reactor No. 2 goes evacuate Tokyo & every town north 02/14/2017
Is mass suffering & misery not a human rights issue?
Is human slaughter not a human rights issue? We have lost 1.2 billion people to fatal and non-fatal cancer because of nuclear industry ...and their apologists, lies and cover-ups.
Is mass suffering & misery not an animal rights issue?
...include all mammals (including people) and fish, reptiles, worms, bees, butterflies, insects the number likely doubles and triples & more.
Nuclear energy financiers & regulatory apologists should be immediately arrested, tried, judged, sentenced & marched to the gallows for omnicide
When you are confronted face-to-face with evil, only one will walk away. Now is the time for Divine vengeance. First, identify those who got to go, (click here). Start at the top of the pyramid and work down. The longest journey starts with the first footstep.
Remember in your judgement: The wise person fights their own ego; the foolish person fights everyone else's. Evil or safety ...that's your choice. Decide.
Ecclesiastes 3 King James Version (KJV)
To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under Heaven:
A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;
A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up;
A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance;
A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing;
A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away;
A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak;
A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace.