“The Chinese newspaper, Science and Technology announced on August 15 the detection of an area 100,000 square miles in size in the Pacific Ocean containing Cesium radiation levels of up to 300 times normal and Strontium radiation levels up to 100 times normal – much larger than the Japanese government has acknowledged.
“Presumably, the fisheries and the entire food chain in this expanding area are contaminated, from the microscopic plankton to the 800-lbs. tuna fish to the whales,” summarizes Forbidden Knowledge TV.
FKTV adds, “Tuna can swim up to 400 miles per day, spreading the contamination faster than the ocean currents.
“Seafood caught in the Pacific should be tested for safety before being eaten.”
Here is the link to see the plume dispersion.
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