Fukushima Radiation Is Allegedly ‘Cooking’ The US West Coast

February 24, 2016 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Food Storage & Production,Health & Wellness

Editor’s Note: What happens in one part of the world, eventually makes it’s way around our planet. Ironically you probably won’t be hearing about this on your local or nightly news programming – until well after the fact.

Makes you want to reconsider buying any produce from California or even Mexico for that matter. We will be making a greenhouse this summer to grow our own food, not only for the summer but well into the fall and winter.

Various reports have surfaced and concerns raised regarding radiation from the 2011  Daiichi Nuclear Plant disaster in Fukushima, Japan, as the west coast of America has had abnormally high readings.

The Japanese nuclear plant disaster happened when the facility was hit by a tsunami triggered to the Tohoku earthquake – with a staggering 9.0 magnitude on the Richter Scale. As a result, half of the plant’s reactors went into meltdown, releasing radioactive materials.

It has become the largest nuclear incident since Chernobyl, Ukraine, and the cleanup process is expected to take decades. The World Nuclear Association reports that there have been no deaths or cases of radiation sickness from the nuclear disaster, however over 100,000 people have been forced to evacuate the homes. Yet official figures show that around 1,600 people died due to the evacuation conditions.

The cleanup has hit many obstacles as spillages of radioactive water continue to leak. Last BBC News reported that Japanese authorities had warned that radiation levels were ’18 times higher’ than previously believed after a storage tank had leaked into the ground.

But Before It’s News reports that the disaster has not only affected Japan as Mid America Land Restoration/Microbes/Restoration has been documenting radiation readings across America since the Japanese disaster and despite cleanup happening in the Asian nation, the radiation has seemingly wafted over the USA.

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