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I truly believe Fukishima is a lot worse than anyone is telling us.. Japan is sitting on information and we wont know it all until it's too late. I am just afraid to see what is happening to the Pacific right now...
 

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I agree. If one quake caused that much damage and they've had at least two more of that size since, it's a lot worse than they're letting on. And the reports of trouble with the ocean life...it's scary. I think we'll see some big changes out in the Pacific over the next few years, and none of them good.
 

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I don't really eat seafood except canned tuna but I think the Pacific ocean is tainted from Fukashima and I have stopped adding tuna to my preps. Wait and see I guess.
 

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BP contaminates the Gulf of Mexico, making it no longer a reliable source of food.
TEPCO has insured the Pacific is not the first place one would go for safe food, either.

Seems to me, healthy food sources for humanity is becoming harder to find.

Meanwhile, family farms are being targeted while the government allows big agriculture to pollute us with garbage.

Call me paranoid if you like.....
 

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I found a tuna from Thailand. I don't know if that's good enough but it's west of Japan and from what I can tell, is out of the line of fire. So I'm going to start stocking up on that. Darned tasty stuff, too! https://www.azurestandard.com/shop/product/4828/

My next problem is the wild caught salmon we get. Sounds like that's no longer safe either. Waah, I love salmon patties with lemon juice! ;(
 

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I agree. If one quake caused that much damage and they've had at least two more of that size since, it's a lot worse than they're letting on. And the reports of trouble with the ocean life...it's scary. I think we'll see some big changes out in the Pacific over the next few years, and none of them good.
Government's never lie, if you like your spent fuel rods you can keep your spent fuel rods.
 
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